- David Buddo
3rd Minister of Health In office
6 January 1909 – 28 March 1912
Prime Minister Joseph Ward Preceded by George Fowlds Succeeded by George Warren Russell Member of the New Zealand Parliament
1893 – 1896
Succeeded by Richard Moore In office
1899 – 1919
Preceded by Richard Moore Succeeded by David Jones In office
1922 – 1928
Preceded by David Jones Succeeded by Richard Hawke Member of the New Zealand Legislative Council In office
Personal details Born 23 August 1853 Died 8 December 1937(aged 84) Parliament of New Zealand Years Term Electorate Party 1893–96 Liberal 1899–1902 Liberal 1902–05 Liberal 1905–08 Liberal 1911–14 Liberal 1914–19 Liberal 1922–25 Liberal 1925–28 Liberal
David Buddo (23 August 1853 – 8 December 1937) was a New Zealand politician and member of the Liberal Party.
After retiring from Parliament in 1928, Buddo was appointed to the Legislative Council in 1930, and served until his death in 1937.
- Agriculture: replies to Mr. [Arnold E. V.] Richardson's report, Wellington, [N.Z.]: C.M. Banks, printers, c.1923
- Buddo's reply is as a member of the Board of Governors of Lincoln University College
- Rice, Geoffrey W., 'Buddo, David 1853–1937'. Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, updated 22 June 2007, http://www.dnzb.govt.nz/dnzb/default.asp?Find_Quick.asp?PersonEssay=3B56, retrieved 2008-04-28
Parliament of New Zealand Preceded by
Member of Parliament for Kaiapoi
Political offices Preceded by
Minister of Health
George Warren Russell
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