James Frederick Arnold
Born in Guernsey, Arnold came to New Zealand in 1864. He was a bootmaker and trade union leader. Arnold was known as "the bootmakers lawyer" at the Industrial Conciliation & Arbitration (ICA) Court.
Member of Parliament
|Parliament of New Zealand|
|1899–1902||14th||City of Dunedin||Liberal-Labour|
|1902–1905||15th||City of Dunedin||Liberal-Labour|
At the 1905 election, Arnold stressed his Independent credentials and said that the "present administration [i.e. Premier Richard Seddon's Liberal Government] were not all they should be", favoured the elective executive bill, and held himself at liberty to compel the Ministry to reconstruct.
- Wilson, James Oakley (1985) [First published in 1913]. New Zealand Parliamentary Record, 1840–1984 (4th ed.). Wellington: V.R. Ward, Govt. Printer. OCLC 154283103.
- The New Zealand Liberals: the Years of Power 1891-1912 by David Hamer (1988, Auckland University Press, Auckland)
- The New Liberal Party 1905 by G.F. Whitcher (1966, MA Thesis-University of Canterbury, Christchurch)
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John A. Millar
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