Members of the Australian House of Representatives, 1925–1928

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This is a list of the members of the Australian House of Representatives in the 10th Australian Parliament, which was elected at the 1925 election on 14 November 1925. The incumbent Nationalist Party of Australia led by Prime Minister of Australia Stanley Bruce in power since 1922 with coalition partner the Country Party led by Earle Page defeated the opposition Australian Labor Party led by Matthew Charlton. The Nationalist won 11 seats, they did not take at the 1922 election, although five of them were held by Liberal Party members, who had joined the Nationalist government after Bruce became Prime Minister in February 1923.

Member Party Electorate State Term in office
Aubrey Abbott Country Gwydir NSW 1925–1929, 1931–1937
Frank Anstey Labor Bourke Vic 1910–1934
Hon Llewellyn Atkinson Country Wilmot Tas 1906–1929
James Bayley Nationalist Oxley Qld 1917–1931
George Bell Nationalist Darwin Tas 1919–1922, 1925–1943
Arthur Blakeley Labor Darling NSW 1917–1934
Hon Eric Bowden Nationalist Parramatta NSW 1906–1910, 1919–1929
Frank Brennan Labor Batman Vic 1911–1931, 1934–1949
Rt Hon Stanley Bruce Nationalist Flinders Vic 1918–1929, 1931–1933
Donald Charles Cameron Nationalist Brisbane Qld 1919–1931, 1934–1937
Malcolm Cameron Nationalist Barker SA 1922–1934
Hon Austin Chapman[1] Nationalist Eden-Monaro NSW 1901–1926
Matthew Charlton Labor Hunter NSW 1910–1928
Percy Coleman Labor Reid NSW 1922–1931
Robert Cook Country Indi Vic 1919–1928
Bernard Corser[2] Country Wide Bay Qld 1928–1954
Edward Corser[2] Nationalist Wide Bay Qld 1915–1928
Jack Duncan-Hughes Nationalist Boothby SA 1922–1928, 1931–1938 (S), 1940–1943
James Fenton ALP Maribyrnong Vic 1910–1934
Frank Forde Labor Capricornia Qld 1922–1946
Richard Foster Nationalist Wakefield SA 1909–1928
Grosvenor Francis Nationalist Kennedy Qld 1925–1929
Josiah Francis Nationalist Moreton Qld 1922–1955
Sydney Gardner Nationalist Robertson NSW 1922–1940
Sir John Gellibrand Nationalist Denison Tas 1925–1928
Hon William Gibson Country Corangamite Vic 1918–1929, 1931–1934
Albert Green Labor Kalgoorlie WA 1922–1940
Roland Green Country Richmond NSW 1922–1937
Hon Henry Gregory Country Swan WA 1913–1940
Hon Sir Littleton Groom Nationalist Darling Downs Qld 1901–1929, 1931–1936
Henry Gullett Nationalist Henty Vic 1925–1940
Hon William Hill Country Echuca Vic 1919–1934
Hon Sir Neville Howse Nationalist Calare NSW 1922–1929
Rt Hon Billy Hughes Nationalist North Sydney NSW 1901–1952
James Hunter Country Maranoa Qld 1921–1940
Geoffry Hurry Nationalist Bendigo Vic 1922–1929
Syd Jackson Nationalist Bass Tas 1919–1929
Hon Sir Elliot Johnson Nationalist Lang NSW 1903–1928
William Killen Country Riverina NSW 1922–1931
Andrew Lacey Labor Grey SA 1922–1931
William Lambert Labor West Sydney NSW 1921–1928
Hon John Latham Nationalist Kooyong Vic 1922–1934
Bert Lazzarini Labor Werriwa NSW 1919–1931, 1934–1952
Hon Thomas Ley Nationalist Barton NSW 1925–1928
John Lister Nationalist Corio Vic 1917–1929
George Mackay Nationalist Lilley Qld 1917–1934
William Mahony[3] Labor Dalley NSW 1915–1927
Norman Makin Labor Hindmarsh SA 1919–1946, 1954–1963
William Maloney Labor Melbourne Vic 1904–1940
Edward Mann Nationalist Perth WA 1922–1929
Arthur Manning Nationalist Macquarie NSW 1922–1928
Walter Marks Nationalist Wentworth NSW 1919–1931
Hon Charles Marr Nationalist Parkes NSW 1919–1929, 1931–1943
James Mathews Labor Melbourne Ports Vic 1906–1931
George Maxwell Nationalist Fawkner Vic 1917–1935
Charles McGrath Labor Ballaarat Vic 1913–1919, 1920–1934
Parker Moloney Labor Hume NSW 1910–1913, 1914–1917, 1919–1931
Harold George Nelson[4] Labor Northern Territory NT 1922–1934
Lewis Nott Nationalist Herbert Qld 1925–1928, 1949–1951
Hon Sir Earle Page Country Cowper NSW 1919–1961
Archdale Parkhill[5] Nationalist Warringah NSW 1927–1937
Walter Parsons Nationalist Angas SA 1925–1929
Hon Thomas Paterson Country Gippsland Vic 1922–1943
John Perkins[1] Nationalist Eden-Monaro NSW 1926–1929, 1931–1943
Graham Pratten[6] Nationalist Martin NSW 1928–1929
Hon Herbert Pratten[6] Nationalist Martin NSW 1921–1928
John Prowse Country Forrest WA 1919–1943
Edward Charles Riley Labor Cook NSW 1922–1934
Edward Riley Labor South Sydney NSW 1910–1931
Hon Arthur Rodgers Nationalist Wannon Vic 1913–1922, 1925–1929
Hon Sir Granville Ryrie[5] Nationalist Warringah NSW 1911–1927
James Scullin Labor Yarra Vic 1910–1913, 1922–1949
Alfred Seabrook Nationalist Franklin Tas 1922–1928
Hon Percy Stewart Independent Wimmera Vic 1919–1931
Hon Ted Theodore[3] Labor Dalley NSW 1927–1931
Victor Thompson Country New England NSW 1922–1940
Hon David Watkins Labor Newcastle NSW 1901–1935
William Watson Independent Fremantle WA 1922–1928, 1931–1934
Rt Hon William Watt Nationalist Balaclava Vic 1914–1929
John West Labor East Sydney NSW 1910–1931
George Edwin Yates Labor Adelaide SA 1914–1919, 1922–1931

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Nationalist member Austin Chapman died on 12 January 1926; Nationalist Party candidate John Perkins won the resulting by-election on 6 March.
  2. ^ a b Nationalist Party member Edward Corser died on 31 July 1928; his son, Country Party candidate Bernard Corser won the resulting by-election on 3 September.
  3. ^ a b ALP member William Mahony resigned on 18 January 1927; Labor candidate Ted Theodore won the resulting by-election on 26 February.
  4. ^ At this time, the member for the Northern Territory could only vote on matters relating to the Northern Territory.
  5. ^ a b Nationalist member Granville Ryrie resigned on 13 May 1927 to be appointed Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom; Nationalist Party candidate Archdale Parkhill won the resulting by-election on 21 May.
  6. ^ a b Nationalist member Herbert Pratten died on 7 May 1928; his nephew, Nationalist Party candidate Graham Pratten won the resulting by-election on 16 June.

References[edit]

Members of the Australian Parliament
House of Representatives

1922–1925  · 1925–1928  · 1928–1929

Senate

1923–1926  · 1926–1929  · 1929–1932