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The Fifth Hughes Ministry was the sixteenth Australian Commonwealth ministry, and ran from 4 February 1920 to 9 February 1923.[1]

Nationalist Party of Australia

Portfolio Minister
Prime Minister Rt Hon Billy Hughes, KC MP
Attorney-General Rt Hon Billy Hughes, KC MP (to 21 December 1921)

Hon Littleton Groom, MP (from 21 December 1921)

Treasurer Hon William Watt, MP (to 15 June 1920)

Rt Hon Joseph Cook, MP (28 July 1920 to 11 November 1921)

Hon Stanley Bruce, MP (from 21 December 1921)

Minister for Home and Territories Hon Alexander Poynton, MP (to 21 December 1921)

Senator Hon George Pearce (from 21 December 1921)

Minister for External Affairs Rt Hon Billy Hughes, KC MP (from 21 December 1921)
Minister for Trade and Customs Hon Walter Massy-Greene, MP (to 21 December 1921)

Hon Arthur Rodgers, MP (from 21 December 1921)

Minister for Defence Senator Hon George Pearce (to 21 December 1921)

Hon Walter Massy-Greene, MP (from 21 December 1921)

Minister for the Navy Rt Hon Joseph Cook, MP (to 28 July 1920)

Hon William Laird Smith, MP (28 July 1920 to 21 December 1921)

Minister for Repatriation Senator Hon Edward Millen
Minister for Works and Railways Hon Littleton Groom, MP (to 21 December 1921)

Hon Richard Foster, MP (from 21 December 1921)

Minister for Health Hon Walter Massy-Greene, MP (from 10 February 1921)
Postmaster-General Hon George Wise, MP (to 21 December 1921)

Hon Alexander Poynton, MP (from 21 December 1921)

Vice-President of the Executive Council Senator Hon Edward Russell (to 21 December 1921)

Senator Hon John Earle (from 21 December 1921)

Leader of the Government in the Senate Senator Hon Edward Millen
Assistant Minister for Defence Hon Sir Granville Ryrie, KCMG MP (to 21 December 1921)
Assistant Minister for Repatriation Hon Arthur Rodgers, MP (28 July 1920 to 21 December 1921)

Hon Hector Lamond, MP (from 21 December 1921)

Honorary Minister Hon William Laird Smith, MP (to 28 July 1920)

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  1. ^ "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Archived from the original on 8 October 2012. Retrieved 17 September 2010. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)