9th Parliament of Ontario

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The 9th Legislative Assembly of Ontario was in session from March 1, 1898 until April 19, 1902, just prior to the 1902 general election. The majority party was the Ontario Liberal Party led by Arthur Sturgis Hardy. George William Ross became the Liberal leader when Hardy retired in 1899.

François-Eugène-Alfred Évanturel served as speaker for the assembly.[1]

Riding Member Party
Addington James Reid Conservative
Algoma East Charles Franklin Farwell Liberal
Algoma West James Conmee Liberal
Brant Daniel Burt Liberal
Brant South Arthur Sturgis Hardy [nb 1] Liberal
Thomas Hiram Preston (1899) Liberal
Brockville George Perry Graham Liberal
Bruce Centre Andrew Malcolm Liberal
Bruce North Charles Martin Bowman Liberal
Bruce South Reuben Eldridge Truax Liberal
Cardwell Edward Alfred Little Conservative
Carleton George Nelson Kidd Independent Conservative
Dufferin John Barr Conservative
Dundas James Pliny Whitney Conservative
Durham East William Armstrong Fallis Conservative
Durham West William Henry Reid Conservative
Elgin East Charles Andrew Brower Conservative
Elgin West Findlay George MacDiarmid [nb 2] Conservative
Donald Macnish (1899) [nb 2] Liberal
Findlay George MacDiarmid (1900) Conservative
Essex North William J. McKee Liberal
Essex South John Allan Auld Liberal
Frontenac John S. Gallagher Conservative
Glengarry Donald Robert McDonald Conservative
Grenville Robert L. Joynt Conservative
Grey Centre Isaac Benson Lucas Conservative
Grey North George Milward Boyd Conservative
Grey South David Jamieson Conservative
Haldimand Joseph William Holmes Liberal
Halton John Roaf Barber Liberal
Hamilton East Henry Carscallen Conservative
Hamilton West Edward Alexander Colquhoun Conservative
Hastings East Samuel Russell Liberal
Hastings North William John Allen Conservative
Hastings West Marshall Bidwell Morrison Conservative
Huron East Archibald Hislop Liberal
Huron South Henry Eilber Conservative
Huron West James Thompson Garrow Liberal
Kent East Robert Ferguson [nb 3] Liberal
John Lee (1901) Liberal
Kent West Thomas Letson Pardo Liberal
Kingston William Harty [nb 4] Liberal
Edward John Barker Pense (1901) Liberal
Lambton East Henry John Pettypiece Liberal
Lambton West Frederick Forsyth Pardee Liberal
Lanark North William Clyde Caldwell Liberal
Lanark South Arthur James Matheson Conservative
Leeds Walter Beatty Conservative
Lennox Bowen Ebenezer Aylsworth Liberal
Lincoln Elisha Jessop Conservative
London Francis Baxter Leys Liberal
Middlesex East Thomas D. Hodgins Conservative
Thomas Robson (1900) Conservative
Middlesex North William Henry Taylor Liberal
Middlesex West George William Ross Liberal
Monck Richard Harcourt Liberal
Muskoka Samuel Bridgeland Liberal
Nipissing John Loughrin Liberal
Norfolk North Edwin Clarendon Carpenter Liberal
Norfolk South William Andrew Charlton Liberal
Northumberland East John Henry Douglas Liberal
Northumberland West Samuel Clarke Liberal
Ontario North William Henry Hoyle Conservative
Ontario South Charles Calder[nb 2] Conservative
John Dryden (1899) Liberal
Ottawa [nb 5] Charles Berkeley Powell Conservative
Ottawa Alexander Lumsden Liberal
Oxford North Andrew Pattulo Liberal
Oxford South Angus McKay Liberal
Parry Sound William Rabb Beatty Liberal
Peel John Smith Liberal
Perth North John Brown Liberal
Perth South William Caven Moscrip [nb 2] Liberal
Samuel Nelson Monteith (1899) Conservative
Peterborough East Thomas Blezard Liberal
Peterborough West James Robert Stratton Liberal
Prescott Francis Eugene Alfred Evanturel Liberal
Prince Edward William Ryerson Dempsey Conservative
Renfrew North Andrew Thomas White [nb 6] Conservative
John W. Munro (1900) Liberal
Renfrew South Robert Adam Campbell Liberal
Francis Robert Latchford (1899) Liberal
Russell Onésime Guibord Liberal
Simcoe Centre Alfred Burke Thompson Conservative
Simcoe East Andrew Miscampbell Conservative
Simcoe West James Stoddart Duff Conservative
Stormont John McLaughlin Conservative
Toronto East Robert Allan Pyne Conservative
Toronto North George Frederick Marter Conservative
Toronto South J.J. Foy Conservative
Toronto West Thomas Crawford Conservative
Victoria East John Hilliard Carnegie Conservative
Victoria West Samuel John Fox Conservative
Waterloo North Henry George Lackner [nb 2] Conservative
Louis Jacob Breithaupt (1899) Liberal
Waterloo South William Abram Kribs Conservative
Welland William Manley German [nb 4] Liberal
John Franklin Gross (1900) Liberal
Wellington East John Craig [nb 7] Liberal
John Morison Gibson (1899) Liberal
Wellington South John Mutrie Liberal
Wellington West James Tucker Conservative
Wentworth North Thomas Atkins Wardell Conservative
Wentworth South John Dickenson Liberal
York East John Richardson Liberal
York North Elihu James Davis Liberal
York West William James Hill Liberal

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ retired from politics in 1899
  2. ^ a b c d e unseated after an appeal
  3. ^ died in 1901
  4. ^ a b elected to federal seat
  5. ^ Ottawa had 2 seats
  6. ^ died in 1900
  7. ^ died in 1898

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Speakers of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario". Legislative Assembly of Ontario.