Ministerial

  • (adj): Of or relating to a minister of religion or the minister's office.
    Example: "Ministerial duties"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on ministerial:

Members Of The Tasmanian House Of Assembly, 1906–1909
... Westbury 1903–1909 William Bennett Ministerial Anti-Socialist Cambria 1889–1893 1903–1909 Jonathan Best Independent Anti-Socialist Deloraine 1894–1897 1899–1912 1913 Stafford Bird Ministerial Anti-Socialist ...
Members Of The Tasmanian House Of Assembly, 1891–1893
... In the table below, "Ministerial" relates to supporters of Philip Fysh, who served as Premier of Tasmania until 17 August 1892, and "Opposition" refers to a number of other groups, several of which supported ... Campbell Town 1889–1893 1903–1909 Stafford Bird Ministerial Franklin 1882–1903 1904–1909 Nicholas John Brown Opposition Cumberland 1875–1903 William Burgess Opposition West Hobart 1881–189 ...
List Of Western Australian State By-elections - List of Legislative Assembly By-elections - 1900–1909
7th Katanning 12 November 1909† Frederick Henry Piesse Ministerial Arnold Piesse Ministerial 26 October 1909 Resignation Yes 7th Albany 17 September 1909 Edward Barnett Ministerial William Price Ministerial ... Lee-Steere Ministerial John Walter Ministerial 30 November 1903 Death Yes 4th North Fremantle 26 August 1903 Denis Doherty Ministerial John Ferguson Ministerial 13 August 1903 Resignation (left State) Yes ... Hooley Ministerial Leonard Darlot Ministerial 1 May 1900 Resignation (ill health) Yes 3rd Ashburton 24 April 1900† Septimus Burt Ministerial David Forrest Ministerial 10 April ...
Members Of The Tasmanian House Of Assembly, 1900–1903
... A separate grouping, generally described as Ministerial, supported Elliott Lewis, who was Premier for the entire parliamentary term ... Liberal Latrobe 1898–1902 Frank Archer Liberal Selby 1893–1902 Jonathan Best Ministerial/Liberal Deloraine 1894–1897 1899–1912 1913 Stafford Bird ...
List Of Western Australian State By-elections - List of Legislative Assembly By-elections - Ministerial By-elections
... Ministers had to resign their seats and recontest them at a ministerial by-election. 7 October 1911 Scaddan Yes 7th Subiaco 24 September 1910 Henry Daglish Ministerial 16 September 1910 1st Wilson Yes 7th Greenough 8 July 1909 John Nanson Ministerial 30 June 1909 Moore Yes 7th Northam 3 ...

More definitions of "ministerial":

  • (adj): Of or relating to a government minister or ministry.
    Example: "Ministerial decree"