Electoral district of Hobart
It was created at the 1897 election under a trial of the Hare-Clark electoral model along with the seat of Electoral district of Launceston. It continued for two terms, before being broken up again in 1903 into Central, East, North, South and West Hobart. In 1909, the entire state adopted Hare-Clark, and the Launceston region became part of the Denison division.
Members for Hobart
|Term||Member 1||Member 2||Member 3||Member 4||Member 5||Member 6|
|1897–1900||Philip Fysh (–1898)||John Bradley||Andrew Inglis Clark (–1898)||Edward Mulcahy||Alfred Crisp||William Page|
|William Propsting (1898–)||Charles Hoggins (1898–)|
|1900–1903||William Propsting||John Bradley (–1900)||Robert Patterson||Edward Mulcahy||Edward Miles (–1900)||William Guesdon|
|Charles Hoggins (1900–)||Herbert Nicholls (1900–)|
- Newman, Terry (1994). Representation of the Tasmanian People. Tasmanian Parliamentary Library. ISBN 0-724-64147-5.
- Hughes, Colin A.; Graham, B. D. (1976). Voting for the South Australian, Western Australian and Tasmanian Lower Houses, 1890-1964. Canberra: Australian National University. ISBN 0-7081-1334-6.
- Parliament of Tasmania (2006). The Parliament of Tasmania from 1956
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