Thomas Smart may refer to:
Thomas Ware Smart, was a politician in colonial New South Wales, Colonial Treasurer in 1863 and 1865.
Thomas Christie Smart was a doctor and politician in colonial Tasmania, member of the Tasmanian Legislative Council.
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The House of Assembly, or Lower House, is one of the two chambers of the Parliament of Tasmania in Australia. The other is the Legislative Council or Upper House. It sits in Parliament House in the state capital, Hobart.
Launceston Church Grammar School is an Anglican co-educational private school in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia for Early Learning through to Grade 12.
Carol Louise Brown, an Australian politician, has been an Australian Labor Party member of the Australian Senate representing the state of Tasmania since 25 August 2005.
Thomas, Tommy or Tom Butler may refer to:
William Lodewyk Crowther FRCS was an Australian politician, who was Premier of Tasmania 20 December 1878 to 29 October 1879.
William Thomas Napier Champ was a soldier and politician who became the first Premier of Tasmania.
The following lists events that happened during 1906 in Australia.
Cooee is a small town on the north-west coast of Tasmania immediately west of Burnie, to which it is in effect a dormitory suburb. At the 2011 census, Cooee had a population of 559.
Thomas Gordon Pearsall was an Australian politician. Born in Hobart, Tasmania, he was educated at multiple state schools before becoming a dairy farmer at Kingston. He served in the military from 1940 to 1945 (TX6060 Lt 2/29 Infantry Battalion. POW Malaya and Thai-Burma Railway and served on Kingsborough Council. In 1950, he was elected to the Tasmanian House of Assembly as a Liberal member for Franklin. In 1966, he transferred to national politics, winning the federal House of Representatives seat of Franklin after the retirement of Bill Falkinder. He was defeated in 1969 by Labor candidate Ray Sherry, and returned to farming. Pearsall died in 2003.
Thomas Jerome Kingston Bakhap was an Australian politician. He was born in Ballaarat, Victoria, the adoptive son of a Chinese immigrant, Bak Hap. He received no formal education but became a shopworker, and was later a tin miner at Lottah, Tasmania. In 1909, he was elected to the Tasmanian House of Assembly for Bass. In 1913, he transferred to federal politics, winning a Tasmanian Senate seat as a member of the Commonwealth Liberal Party. He was Chairman of Committees from July 1920 to June 1923. Bakhap died in August 1923; John Hayes was appointed to replace him. Bakhap was fluent in Chinese. He advocated for the Chinese community when Chinese Australians encountered problems arising from the application of the White Australia Policy. He visited China in 1922.
(Thomas) John Cleary is a former Australian politician. He was born in Launceston, Tasmania. In 1979, he was elected to the Tasmanian House of Assembly representing Franklin for the Liberal Party. He served as a minister from 1983 to 1986, when he was defeated; he was re-elected in 1988 and held the seat until his retirement in 1998. After leaving Tasmanian politics he spent a time as administrator of the Tiwi Islands while they were excised from Australian refugee status in 2003.
The Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA) is a research institute in Tasmania dedicated to research and development of sustainable agricultural industries. Founded in 1996, it is a collaborative effort of the University of Tasmania (UTAS) and the Tasmanian Government. TIA is headquartered in Hobart with additional facilities in Launceston, Burnie, Elliot, Forth and Cressy.
Thomas George De Largie "Tom" d'Alton was an Australian politician and diplomat. He was born in Warracknabeal in Victoria. In 1931 d'Alton was elected to the Tasmanian House of Assembly as a Labor member for Darwin; he was a minister from 1934 to 1943, and had been Deputy Premier.
Michael Thomas Claude Barnard was an Australian politician. He was a member of the Tasmanian House of Assembly from 1969 to 1984, representing Bass for the Labor Party. He was Deputy Premier under two Labor Premiers, Doug Lowe and Harry Holgate from 1980 to 1982, and a long-standing Minister for Tourism (1975–82) and Health (1977–80).
Walter Angus Bethune Gellibrand was a politician in colonial Tasmania, President of the Tasmanian Legislative Council from 1884 to 1889.
Susanne Lynnette Hickey is an Australian politician. She has been a Liberal Party member of the Tasmanian House of Assembly since the 2018 election, representing the electorate of Denison. She was previously Lord Mayor of Hobart from 2014 until 2018.
Jake Kolodjashnij is a professional Australian rules footballer, currently playing for the Geelong Football Club in the Australian Football League.
Shane Thomas Broad is an Australian politician; a five-time national champion and Australian representative rower; and an agricultural scientist.