Candidates of the New South Wales state election, 1927

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This is a list of candidates for the 1927 New South Wales state election. The election was held on 8 October 1927.

Retiring Members[edit]




Legislative Assembly[edit]

Sitting members are shown in bold text. Successful candidates are highlighted in the relevant colour. Where there is possible confusion, an asterisk (*) is also used.

This election reintroduced single-member constituencies after three elections conducted under proportional representation. As such, electorates are not listed as being held by any one party.

Electorate Labor candidate Coalition candidate Other candidates
Albury James Hannan John Ross (Nat) George Daniel (Ind)
Vern Goodin (Ind Lab)
Charles Riley (Ind)
Alexandria Bill Ratcliffe Ernest Kidd (Nat)
Annandale Robert Stuart-Robertson Edward Hogan (Nat)
Armidale Alfred McClelland David Drummond (CP)
Ashburnham William Keast Edmund Best (Nat)
Ashfield Walter Sparrow Milton Jarvie (Nat) Alexander Huie (Ind)
Auburn Jack Lang Tom Cheetham (Ind)
Patrick Minahan (Ind Lab)
Balmain Harry Doran H. V. Evatt (Ind Lab)
Bankstown James McGirr Arthur Gardiner (Nat) Alfred Finney (Ind)
Frederick Webster (Ind Nat)
Barwon George Brand Walter Wearne (Nat) George Taylor (Ind)
Bathurst Gus Kelly Arthur Brown (Nat)
Bondi Susan Francis Millicent Preston-Stanley (Nat) Harold Jaques (Ind Nat)
Botany Bob Heffron Benjamin Blackburn (Nat) Thomas Mutch (Ind Lab)
Burwood Henry Joyce Sir Thomas Henley (Nat) Harry Beach (Ind)
Byron Mark Graham Arthur Budd (CP) Robert Gillies (Ind Lab)
Frederick Stuart (Ind CP)
Canterbury Arthur Tonge Arthur Long (Nat)
Castlereagh Joseph Clark Harold Thorby (CP)
Cessnock Jack Baddeley Malcolm McNeil (Ind)
Clarence Alfred Pollack (CP) William Zuill (Ind Nat)
Coogee Thomas Brown Hyman Goldstein (Nat)
Cootamundra Ken Hoad Thomas Fitzpatrick (CP)
Corowa James Pearce Richard Ball (Nat)
Croydon Ernest Cook Bertram Stevens (Nat)
Drummoyne David McLelland John Lee (Nat) William Gray (Ind)
Dulwich Hill Thomas Gilson John Ness (Nat) Donald Croal (Ind)
Tom Hoskins (Ind Nat)
Eastwood Alan McNamara David Anderson (Nat) William Featherstone (PLP)
Enmore Joe Lamaro Henry Morton (Nat)
Glebe Tom Keegan Hedley Rogers (Nat)
Gloucester Henry Hall Walter Bennett (Nat) William Brown (Ind Nat)
William Flannery (Ind)
Gordon Oscar Mostyn Thomas Bavin (Nat)
Goulburn Jack Tully Jack Garry (Nat) Archibald Turnbull (Ind)
Granville Bill Ely Thomas Morrow (Nat) John Colquhoun (Ind)
Hamilton David Murray Edward Sanders (Nat) George Jenner (Ind)
James Pendlebury (PLP)
John Wilson (Ind)
Hartley Hamilton Knight Crawford Vaughan (Nat)
Hawkesbury Florence Ewers Bruce Walker (Nat) William Grahame (Ind)
Hornsby Percy Hannett James Shand (Nat)
Hurstville Walter Butler John Nield (Nat) Walter Anderson (Ind)
William Hodge (Ind)
Illawarra Andrew Lysaght Brian Doe (Nat)
Kahibah Hugh Connell Arthur Ashton (Nat)
King Daniel Clyne George Overhill (Nat)
Kurri Kurri George Booth Thomas Pearce (Ind Lab)
Lachlan Michael Roddy Ernest Buttenshaw (CP)
Lakemba Fred Stanley John Scott (Nat) George Cann (Ind Lab)
Lane Cove Edgar Nelson Bryce Walmsley (Nat) Frederick Dunn (Ind Nat)
Leichhardt Barney Olde Albert Lane (Nat) George Boland (Ind)
Lismore William Missingham (CP) George Boyd (Ind)
Liverpool Plains Michael Hagan Harry Carter (CP)
Maitland Walter O'Hearn Walter Howarth (Nat)
Manly Jack White Alfred Reid (Nat) Francis Corkery (Ind Nat)
Marrickville Carlo Lazzarini Percy Mansell (Nat)
Monaro Paddy Stokes William Hedges (CP)
Mosman Richard Arthur (Nat) George Barrington (Ind)
Mudgee Bill Dunn Gordon Wilkins (CP)
Murray Mat Davidson John Dowling (Nat)
Murrumbidgee Martin Flannery William Adams (CP)
Namoi William Scully Leslie Seccombe (Nat) Henry Jones (Ind)
Nepean William Long Joseph Jackson (Nat) Thomas Gollan (Ind)
William Miller (Ind)
Neutral Bay Reginald Weaver (Nat) Fred Aarons (Ind Nat)
Alfred Waterhouse (Ind Lab)
Newcastle Peter Connolly George Waller (Nat) Walter Baxter (Ind)
Newtown Frank Burke William Pickup (Nat)
North Sydney Ben Howe Ernest Marks (Nat) Harry Meatheringham (Ind)
Oatley Mark Gosling James Webb (Nat) John Gager (Ind)
Orange William Folster John Fitzpatrick (Nat)
Oxley Lewis Martin (Nat) Albert Suters (Ind)
John Thomson (Ind)
Paddington William Bates Daniel Levy (Nat)
Parramatta Alfred Warton Albert Bruntnell (Nat)
Phillip Michael Burke William Weller (Nat) Mary Grayndler (Ind)
Raleigh John Connolly Roy Vincent (CP)
Randwick Jack Flanagan Ernest Tresidder (Nat)
Redfern William McKell Frederick Meiklejohn (Nat)
Rockdale Edgar Levey Guy Arkins (Nat)
Rozelle John Quirk Albert Smith (Nat) Arthur Doughty (Const)
Cecil Murphy (Ind Lab)
Ryde Henry McDicken Arthur Bridges (Nat) Francis Pacey (Ind)
St George Joseph Cahill James Morrish (Nat)
South Coast Francis Riley Henry Bate (Nat)
Sturt Ted Horsington Alfred Gorrie (Nat)
Surry Hills Tom Shannon William Adkins (Nat) John Salmon (Ind)
Tamworth Frank Chaffey (Nat) Robert Levien (Ind)
Temora David Nilon Hugh Main (CP) George Burgess (Ind Lab)
Tenterfield Michael Bruxner (CP)
Upper Hunter James Russell William Cameron (Nat)
Vaucluse Henrietta Greville William Foster (Nat)
Wagga Wagga Edward Locke Matthew Kilpatrick (CP)
Wallsend Robert Cameron Walter Skelton (PLP)
Waverley Archibald Moate Carl Glasgow (Nat)
Willoughby Richard Lynch Vernon Treatt (Nat) Edward Sanders (Ind Nat)
Wollondilly Daniel Chalker Sir George Fuller (Nat)
Wollongong Billy Davies Norman Smith (Nat)
Woollahra Maurice O'Sullivan Frederick Davidson (Nat) Septimus Alldis (Ind Lab)
Young George McCarthy Albert Reid (CP) Peter Loughlin (Ind Lab)

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