|Senator for Tasmania|
29 March 1901 – 5 September 1914
|Died||10 November 1914 (aged 51–52)|
|Political party||Free Trade (1901–06)
John Singleton Clemons (1862 – 10 November 1944) was an Australian politician.
Clemons was elected to the Australian Senate for Tasmania at the first federal election in 1901, representing the Free Trade Party—it was later renamed the Anti-Socialist Party and in 1909 it became part of the Commonwealth Liberal Party. Clemons was appointed Minister without portfolio in the Cook Ministry from June 1913 until its defeat at the September 1914 election. At the same time Clemons lost his seat in the Senate with immediate effect, as it was a double dissolution.
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