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Charles Edward MacMillan

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Charles Edward MacMillan

Parliament of New Zealand
Years Term Electorate Party
–1922 21st Reform
–1928 22nd Tauranga Reform
–1931 23rd Tauranga Reform
–1935 24th Tauranga Reform

Charles Edward de la Barca MacMillan (1872–1941) was a Reform Party Member of Parliament in New Zealand.

He won the Tauranga electorate in the 1923 by-election[1] after the death of William Herries,[2] and held it to 1935[1] when he was defeated by the Labour candidate, Charles Harris Burnett. He was a cabinet minister in the United-Reform coalition government (Minister of Agriculture and Minister of Mines from 13 February 1932 to 6 December 1935).[3]



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