Members of the Australian House of Representatives, 1901–1903
This is a list of the members of the Australian House of Representatives in the First Australian Parliament, which was elected on 29 and 30 March 1901. There were 75 members, as required by the Constitution, as near as possible to twice the number of Senators which was then 36. South Australia and Tasmania had not been divided into electoral divisions in 1901 which resulted in the particular state voting as a single electorate, with each elector casting seven votes. The seven candidates with the highest votes were elected.
|Frederick Bamford||Labor ||Herbert||Qld||1901|
|Rt Hon Edmund Barton||Protectionist ||Hunter||NSW||1901|
|Sir Langdon Bonython||Protectionist||SA||1901|
|Rt Hon Sir Edward Braddon||Free Trade ||Tas||1901|
|Norman Cameron||Free Trade||Tas||1901|
|Alfred Conroy||Free Trade||Werriwa||NSW||1901|
|James Hume Cook||Protectionist||Bourke||Vic||1901|
|Hon Joseph Cook||Free Trade||Parramatta||NSW||1901|
|Samuel Cooke||Free Trade||Wannon||Vic||1901|
|Hon Alfred Deakin||Protectionist||Ballarat||Vic||1901|
|George Edwards||Free Trade||South Sydney||NSW||1901|
|Andrew Fisher||Labor||Wide Bay||Qld||1901|
|Rt Hon Sir John Forrest||Protectionist||Swan||WA||1901|
|George Fuller||Free Trade||Illawarra||NSW||1901|
|Hon Sir Philip Fysh||Protectionist||Tas||1901|
|Paddy Glynn||Free Trade||SA||1901|
|Arthur Groom||Free Trade||Flinders||Vic||1901|
|William Henry Groom ||Protectionist||Darling Downs||Qld||1901|
|H.B. Higgins||Protectionist||Northern Melbourne||Vic||1901|
|Hon Frederick Holder||Free Trade/Independent||SA||1901|
|Billy Hughes||Labor||West Sydney||NSW||1901|
|Hon Isaac Isaacs||Protectionist||Indi||Vic||1901|
|Rt Hon Charles Kingston||Protectionist||SA||1901|
|John Kirwan||Free Trade||Kalgoorlie||WA||1901|
|William Knox||Free Trade||Kooyong||Vic||1901|
|Hon Sir William Lyne||Protectionist||Hume||NSW||1901|
|Sir Malcolm McEacharn||Protectionist||Melbourne||Vic||1901|
|Francis McLean||Free Trade||Lang||NSW||1901|
|Hon Sir William McMillan||Free Trade||Wentworth||NSW||1901|
|Samuel Mauger||Protectionist||Melbourne Ports||Vic||1901|
|Frederick William Piesse ||Free Trade||Tas||1901|
|Alexander Poynton||Free Trade/Labor||SA||1901|
|Sir John Quick||Protectionist||Bendigo||Vic||1901|
|Rt Hon George Reid ||Free Trade||East Sydney||NSW||1901|
|James Ronald||Labor||Southern Melbourne||Vic||1901|
|Dr Carty Salmon||Protectionist||Laanecoorie||Vic||1901|
|William Sawers||Protectionist||New England||NSW||1901|
|Thomas Skene||Free Trade||Grampians||Vic||1901|
|Bruce Smith||Free Trade||Parkes||NSW||1901|
|Sydney Smith||Free Trade||Macquarie||NSW||1901|
|Elias Solomon||Free Trade||Fremantle||WA||1901|
|Vaiben Louis Solomon||Free Trade||SA||1901|
|Dugald Thomson||Free Trade||North Sydney||NSW||1901|
|Rt Hon Sir George Turner||Protectionist||Balaclava||Vic||1901|
|William Wilks||Free Trade||Dalley||NSW||1901|
|Henry Willis||Free Trade||Robertson||NSW||1901|
- At the time of the 1901 election, the states of Tasmania and South Australia had not yet been divided into electoral divisions. There were seven Members for South Australia, and five Members for Tasmania.
- ^ There was no national Labor Party organisation at the time of the 1901 election. Members categorised as "Labor" were endorsed by their various state Labor parties.
- ^ There was no national Protectionist party organisation at the time of the 1901 election. Members categorised as "Protectionist" were those who accepted the leadership of Edmund Barton.
- ^ The Free Trade Party, then known as the Australian Free Trade and Liberal Association, was the only national political party at the 1901 election.
- ^ William Henry Groom died in 1901, and was replaced by Littleton Ernest Groom at the resulting by-election on 14 September.
- ^ Frederick Piesse died in 1902, and was replaced by William Hartnoll at the resulting by-election on 26 March.
- ^ Rt Hon George Reid resigned in 1903, and was re-elected to his seat at the resulting by-election on 4 September.