Edmund Barton was born in 1849 and died in 1920 and belonged to the Protectionist Party. Apart from being Australia's first Prime Minister from 1901-1903, he created the Federal Arbitration Court and the High Court of Australia. After he retired from politics, he became a High Court judge. He was succeeded by Alfred Deakin, also a Protectionist.
Edmund Barton led the Protectionist Party.
With the backing of the Protectionists, Barton embarked on a campaign to deal with the problems of Australian defence, the creation of courts to adjudicate on industrial relations and the Constitution (he later sat as one of the founding Justices in the newly-formed High Court of Australia). He also worked towards a unified tariff system and the White Australia Policy which seemed to be what many Australians wanted.
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sir Edmund barton's second brothers name is George burnett barton.
fishing and cricket
He resigned from Parliament to take up an appointment to the High Court.
Edmund Barton died suddenly of a heart attack in Medlow Bath in New South Wales at the age of seventy, on 7 January 1920.
1849 - Edmund Barton was born in Glebe, Sydney
1868 - Barton graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Arts (Classics)
1870 - Barton achieved his Master of Arts
1891 - Barton proposed his plan for Federation at the National Australasian Convention
1901 - Barton became Australia's first Prime Minister
1903 - He resigned as Prime Minister and was sworn in as a High Court Judge
Jane Mason Ross. After she married Edmund Barton, she became Jane Mason Barton
Edmund Barton was born in 1849 and died in 1920 and belonged to the Protectionist Party. Apart from being Australia's first Prime Minister from 1901-1903, he created the Federal Arbitration Court and the High Court of Australia. After he retired from politics, he became a High Court judge.
Edmund Barton was born on 18 January 1849 in Glebe, Sydney.
Apart from being Australia's first Prime Minister, he created the Federal Arbitration Court and the High Court of Australia.
one of the sports Edmund Barton played was criket and he loved playing it.
Sir Edmund Barton, first Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Australia, was born on 18 January 1849, in Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales. His parents were William and Mary Louise.
he died when he was 71
the Australian commonwealth and the Constitution
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First Prime Minister of Australia, Sir Edmund Barton, was born on 18 January 1849 in Glebe, Sydney.
Sir Edmund Barton was born on January 18, 1849 and died on January 7, 1920. Sir Edmund Barton would have been 70 years old at the time of death or 166 years old today.
Yes. Sir Edmund Barton's nickname was Tosspot Tobybecause of his tendency to enjoy a drink (and his middle name was 'Toby').