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Question 1:
Who is the governor of Prime Minister of Australia?

Question 2:
Which of the following titles did Prime Minister of Australia have?
Howard Chaykin
Member for Parramatta
Down In the Mission
Prime Minister

Question 3: The first person born after the First World War to serve as prime minister was ________, born 21 May 1930.
Malcolm FraserJohn HowardHarold HoltGough Whitlam

Question 4:
When was the Prime Minister of Australia?

Question 5: In what is now known as the Hopetoun Blunder, the Governor-General Lord Hopetoun invited Sir William Lyne, the premier of the most populous state ________, to form a government.
New South WalesQueenslandAustraliaVictoria (Australia)

Question 6: The Prime Minister's official residence is The Lodge in ________, but not all Prime Ministers choose to make use of it.
CanberraDarwin, Northern TerritoryMelbourneSydney

Question 7: The former prime minister ________ died in August 1967, the same year as the then-incumbent Harold Holt drowned.
Billy HughesAndrew FisherStanley BruceJoseph Lyons

Question 8: The powers of the Governor-General – to grant ________ to legislation, to dissolve and prorogue Parliament, to call elections, and to make appointments – are exercised on the advice of the Prime Minister.
Royal AssentSpainReserve powerUnited Kingdom

Question 9: Seventeen prime ministers were born prior to the ________, 1 January 1901.
Constitution of AustraliaFederation of AustraliaStates and territories of AustraliaAustralian electoral system

Question 10: 1885 – John Curtin (January) and ________ (September)
Andrew FisherJames ScullinBen ChifleyBilly Hughes


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