William Downie Stewart Jr

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William Downie Stewart Jr
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24th Minister of Finance
In office
24 May 1926 10 December 1928
Political offices
Preceded by Attorney-General
1926
19311933
Succeeded by
Preceded bySucceeded by
Preceded by Minister of Justice
1928
Succeeded by
Minister of Police
1928