Maltese general election, 1900

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General elections were held in Malta on 16 and 17 September 1900, the third in three years.[1] Only one of the thirteen elected seats was contested.[1]


The elections were held under the Knutsford Constitution.[1] Ten members were elected from single-member constituencies,[2] whilst a further three members were elected to represent nobility and landowners, graduates and the Chamber of Commerce.[3]

District Towns
I Valletta East
II Valletta West, Sliema, St. Julian's
III Floriana, Pietà, Ħamrun, Msida
IV Cospicua, Żabbar
V Birgu, Senglea
VI Mdina
VII Birkirkara
VIII Qormi
IX Żejtun
X Gozo
Source: Schiavone, p13


A total of 9,301 people were registered to vote, although votes were only cast in one constituency.[1]

General elected members
Constituency Name Votes Notes
I Andrè Pullicino Re-elected
II Emmanuel Testaferrata Bonnici Axiaq
III Cikku Azzopardi
IV Francesco Cardona Re-elected
V Cesare Darmanin Re-elected
VI Nutar Petro Bartoli Re-elected
VII Fransesco Wettinger Re-elected
VIII Edoardo Semini 106 Re-elected
IX Salvatore Cachia Zammit Re-elected
X Fortunato Mizzi Re-elected
Special elected members
Seat Name Votes Notes
Nobility and Landowners Alfonso Maria Micallef Re-elected
Graduates Beniamino Bonnici Re-elected
Chamber of Commerce Paolo Sammut Re-elected (previously in constituency II)
Source: Schiavone, pp180–181


  1. ^ a b c d Michael J Schiavone (1987) L-Elezzjonijiet F'Malta 1849–1981, Pubblikazzjoni Bugelli, p13
  2. ^ Schiavone, p178
  3. ^ Schiavone, pp177–178