Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1907–1910

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly who served in the 21st parliament of New South Wales from 1907 to 1910. They were elected at the 1907 state election on 10 September 1907. The Speaker was Hon William McCourt.

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Richard Arthur Liberal Middle Harbour 1904–1932
William Ashford 6 Labor Upper Hunter 1910–1925
Richard Ball Liberal Corowa 1895–1898 1904–1937
Charles Barton Liberal Macquarie 1907–1910
George Beeby Labor Blayney 1907–1913 1917–1920
George Briner Former Progressive Raleigh 1901–1920
Ernest Broughton Liberal King 1901–1910
William Brown Independent Liberal Durham 1907–1917
George Burgess Labor Burrangong 1901–1917
John Cann Labor Broken Hill 1891–1916
Ambrose Carmichael Labor Leichhardt 1907–1920
Joseph Carruthers 1 Liberal St George 1887–1908
Matthew Charlton 3 Labor Northumberland 1903–1910
Edward Clark Independent St Leonards 1891–1910
John Cochran 4 Labor Darling Harbour 1910–1920
John Cohen Liberal Petersham 1898–1919
Albert Collins Independent Liberal Namoi 1901–1910
John Cusack 5 Labor Queanbeyan 1910–1917
John Dacey Labor Alexandria 1895–1912
Robert Davidson Liberal Hastings and Macleay 1901–1910
Robert Donaldson Former Progressive Wynyard 1898–1913
James Dooley Labor Hartley 1907–1927
Fred Downes Liberal Camden 1904–1913
Alfred Edden Labor Kahibah 1891–1920
John Estell Labor Waratah 1901–1922
James Fallick Lib Singleton 1901–1920
David Fell Liberal Lane Cove 1904–1913
John Fitzpatrick Liberal Orange 1895–1904 1907–1930
William Fleming 6 Liberal Upper Hunter 1901–1910
Owen Gilbert Liberal Newcastle 1901–1910
John Gillies Liberal Maitland 1891–1911
James Graham Liberal Surry Hills 1904–1910
William Grahame Labor Wickham 1907–1920
Arthur Hill Griffith 2 Labor Sturt 1894–1903 1904–1920
Brinsley Hall Liberal Hawkesbury 1901–1917
Thomas Henley Liberal Burwood 1904–1935
James Hogue Liberal Glebe 1894–1895 1998-1910
George Hindmarsh Liberal Rous 1905–1913
Robert Hollis Labor Newtown 1901–1917
William Holman Labor Cootamundra 1898–1920
Henry Horne Labor Liverpool Plains 1907–1911
John Hunt Liberal Sherbrooke 1907–1920
Augustus James Liberal Goulburn 1907–1920
George Jones Labor Gwydir 1902–1913
Robert Jones Liberal Mudgee 1891–1898 1907–1910
William Kearsley 3 Labor Northumberland 1910–1921
Andrew Kelly Labor Lachlan 1891–1894 1901–1913
William Latimer Liberal Woollahra 1901–1920
Charles Lee Liberal Tenterfield 1884–1920
Robert Levien Former Progressive Tamworth 1880–1889, 1889–1913
Hon Daniel Levy Liberal Darlinghurst 1901–1937
Edmund Lonsdale Liberal Armidale 1891–1894 1895–1898 1901–1905 1907–1913
John Lynch Labor Ashburnham 1907–1913
James Macarthur-Onslow Independent Liberal Waverley 1907–1922
Donald Macdonell Labor Cobar 1901–1911
William Mahony Liberal Annandale 1894–1910
William McCourt Liberal Wollondilly 1882–1885 1887–1913
Richard McCoy Liberal Marrickville 1901–1910
John McFarlane Liberal Clarence 1887–1915
Patrick McGarry Labor Murrumbidgee 1904–1920
James McGowen Labor Redfern 1891–1917
Gordon McLaurin Former Progressive Albury 1901–1913
John McNeill Labor Pyrmont 1902–1913
Richard Meagher Independent Phillip 1895 1898–1904 1907–1917
John Meehan Labor Darling 1904–1913
James Mercer Labor Rozelle 1907–1917
William Millard Liberal Clyde 1894–1920 1920–1921
Gus Miller Labor Monaro 1889–1918
John Miller Liberal Bathurst 1907–1913
Patrick Minahan 8 Labor Belmore 1910–1917 1920–1927
Samuel Moore Liberal Bingara 1885–1910
Mark Morton Liberal Allowrie 1901–1920 1922–1938
Tom Moxham Liberal Parramatta 1901–1916
John Nicholson Labor Wollongong 1891–1917
Niels Nielsen Labor Yass 1899–1913
John Nobbs Liberal Granville 1888–1993 1898–1913
John Norton 4 Independent Darling Harbour 1898–1906 1807–1910
Charles Oakes Lib Paddington 1901–1910 1917–1925
Edward O'Sullivan 8 Former Progressive/ALP 8 Belmore 1885–1910
Fred Page Labor Botany 1907–1917
Varney Parkes Independent Liberal Canterbury 1885–1888, 1891–1913
Hon John Perry Liberal Richmond 1889–1920
Henry Peters Labor Deniliquin 1907–1914
Richard Price Independent Gloucester 1894–1904 1907–1922
William Robson Liberal Ashfield 1905–1920
Granville Ryrie 5 Lib Queanbeyan 1906–1910
Robert Scobie Labor Murray 1901–1917
David Storey Lib Randwick 1894–1920
John Storey Labor Balmain 1901–1904 1907–1921
Robert Stuart-Robertson Labor Camperdown 1907–1933
William Taylor 1 Liberal St George 1908–1913
Follett Thomas Liberal Gough 1903–1920
John Treflé Labor Castlereagh 1906–1915
Thomas Waddell Liberal Belubula 1897–1917
Charles Wade Liberal Gordon 1903–1917
William Wood Lib Bega 1894–1913
1 St George Liberal MLA and former Premier Joseph Carruthers resigned in May 1908. The resultant by-election was won by Liberal candidate William Taylor on 20 May.
2 Sturt Labor MLA Arthur Hill Griffith resigned from parliament after a dispute with the Speaker in November 1908. He was unopposed in the resultant by-election on 21 November.

Four by-elections occurred on 23 March 1910 as a result of members resigning to contest the 1910 Australian federal election:

# Member Party Candidate for Federal Seat of:: Result Winner of by-election Party
3 Matthew Charlton ALP Hunter Won William Kearsley ALP
4 John Norton Independent Australian Senate Lost John Cochran ALP
5 Granville Ryrie Lib Werriwa Lost John Cusack ALP
6 William Fleming Lib New England Lost William Ashford ALP
7 Belmore MLA Edward O'Sullivan was elected as a Former Progressive but joined the Labor in 1909.
8 Belmore Labor MLA Edward O'Sullivan died on 25 April 1910. The resultant by-election was won by Labor candidate Patrick Minahan on 21 May.

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Sources[edit]

  • "Former members of the New South Wales Parliament, 1856–2006". New South Wales Parliament. Retrieved 11 January 2009.
  • Antony Green. "NSW Elections Analysis". New South Wales Parliament. Archived from the original on 25 June 2010. Retrieved 12 January 2009.