Electoral district of Hartley (New South Wales)

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Hartley was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales, created in 1859 in the Lithgow area and named after the town of Hartley, near Lithgow. It replaced part of Cook and Westmoreland. From 1891 to 1894, it elected two members. In 1920, with the introduction of proportional representation, it was absorbed into Bathurst, along with Orange. It was recreated in 1927 and abolished in 1968 and partly replaced by Blue Mountains.[1]

Members for Hartley[edit]

Single-member (1859–1891)
Member Party Term
  Henry Rotton None 1859–1864
  John Lucas None 1864–1869
  James Neale None 1869–1872
  Thomas Brown None 1872–1876
  John Hurley None 1876–1880
  Robert Abbott None 1880–1882
  Walter Targett None 1882–1887
  John Hurley Free Trade 1887–1891
Two members (1891–1894)
Member Party Term Member Party Term
  George Donald Free Trade 1891–1894   Joseph Cook Labor 1891–1894
Single-member (1894–1920)
Member Party Term
  Joseph Cook Independent Labor 1894–1894
  Free Trade 1894–1901
  John Hurley Independent 1901–1904
  Liberal Reform 1904–1907
  James Dooley Labor 1907–1920
Single-member (1927–1968)
Member Party Term
  Hamilton Knight Labor 1927–1947
  Jim Chalmers Labor 1947–1953
  Independent Labor 1953–1956
  Jim Robson Labor 1956–1965
  Harold Coates Independent 1965–1968

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Former Members". Members of Parliament. Parliament of New South Wales. Archived from the original on 29 September 2004. Retrieved 3 April 2007.