Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1910–1913
This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly who served in the 22nd parliament of New South Wales from 1910 to 1913. They were elected at the 1910 state election on 14 October 1910. The Speakers were Hon John Cann (15 November 1910 – 31 July 1911), Henry Willis (24 August 1911 – 22 July 1913) and Hon Henry Morton 22 July 1913 – 22 December 1913.
|Name||Party||Electorate||Term in office|
|Richard Arthur||Liberal||Middle Harbour||1904–1932|
|William Ashford 1, 4||Labor||Liverpool Plains||1910–1925|
|Frank Badgery 10||Liberal||Wollondilly||1913–1915|
|Richard Ball||Liberal||Corowa||1895–1898 1904–1937|
|George Beeby 8||Labor / Independent||Blayney||1907–1913 1917–1920|
|George Black||Labor||Namoi||1891–1898 1910–1917|
|George Briner||Independent Liberal||Raleigh||1901–1920|
|Albert Bruntnell||Liberal||Annandale||1906–1907 1910–1913 1916–1929|
|John Cann||Labor||Broken Hill||1891–1916|
|John Cochran||Labor||Darling Harbour||1910–1920|
|Hon Arthur Cocks||Liberal||St Leonards||1910–1925|
|John Dacey 7||Labor||Alexandria||1895–1912|
|Robert Donaldson||Independent Liberal||Wynyard||1898–1913|
|Hon Bill Dunn 2||Labor||Mudgee||1910–1911, 1911–1932, 1935–1950|
|David Fell||Liberal||Lane Cove||1904–1913|
|Charles Fern 6||Labor||Cobar||1911–1918|
|John Fitzpatrick||Liberal||Orange||1895–1904 1907–1930|
|John Gillies 5||Independent Liberal||Maitland||1891–1911|
|Arthur Hill Griffith||Labor||Sturt||1894–1903 1904–1920|
|Simon Hickey 7||Labor||Alexandria||1912–1922|
|Henry Horne 1||Labor||Liverpool Plains||1907–1911|
|Henry Hoyle||Labor||Surry Hills||1891–1894 1910–1917|
|Tom Keegan||Labor||Glebe||1910–1920 1921–1935|
|Andrew Kelly||Labor||Lachlan||1891–1894 1901–1913|
|Robert Levien||Independent Liberal||Tamworth||1880–1913|
|Hon Daniel Levy||Liberal||Darlinghurst||1901–1937|
|Donald Macdonell 3, 6||Labor||Cobar||1901–1911|
|William McCourt 10||Liberal||Wollondilly||1882–1885 1887–1913|
|Greg McGirr 9||Labor||Yass||1913–1925|
|Hon James McGowen||Labor||Redfern||1891–1917|
|Gordon McLaurin||Independent Liberal||Albury||1901–1913|
|Richard Meagher||Labor||Phillip||1895 1898–1904 1907–1917|
|William Millard||Liberal||Clyde||1894–1920 1920–1921|
|Patrick Minahan||Labor||Belmore||1910–1917 1920–1927|
|Henry Morton||Independent Liberal||Hastings and Macleay||1910–1920|
|Mark Morton||Liberal||Allowrie||1901–1920 1922–1938|
|Charles Nicholson 5||Liberal||Maitland||1911–1920|
|Niels Nielsen 9||Labor||Yass||1899–1913|
|John Nobbs||Liberal||Granville||1888–1893 1898–1913|
|Varney Parkes||Liberal||Canterbury||1885–1888, 1891–1913|
|Hon John Perry||Liberal||Richmond||1889–1920|
|John Perry 1, 4||Liberal||Liverpool Plains||1904–1907 1911|
|Richard Price||Liberal||Gloucester||1894–1904 1907–1922|
|John Storey||Labor||Balmain||1901–1904 1907–1921|
|William Taylor||Liberal||St George||1908–1913|
|Henry Willis||Liberal||Upper Hunter||1910–1913|
Mudgee Labor MLA Bill Dunn and Liverpool Plains Labor MLA Henry Horne resigned from the Labor Party and Parliament on 25 July 1911 in protest at legislation on land ownership introduced by Lands Minister, Niels Nielsen. As a result, the Labor was left without a majority in the house and rather than face a vote of no confidence, the Ministry and Speaker resigned. This forced the House to be prorogued with the result that Cobar Labor MLA, Donald Macdonell, who was unwell but expected to recover, was automatically expelled for non-attendance during an entire session. By the time of the subsequent by-elections, Labor policy had been reversed and Nielsen had left the ministry. Dunn rejoined the party and successfully re-contested, the Mudgee by-election on 16 August 1911. Horne did not re-contest the Liverpool Plains by-election which was won by Liberal candidate, John Perry by three votes on the same day. This result was overturned on appeal and at the second by-election on 28 October, Labor candidate, William Ashford was successful. In Cobar, Macdonell was unopposed when re-elected on 7 October, but died three weeks later. The Labor candidate, Charles Fern, was unopposed at the resultant by-election on 16 December. Denied further ministerial appointment Nielsen resigned from the seat of Yass and Labor candidate Greg McGirr won the resultant by-election on 19 July 1913.
- 5 Maitland Independent Liberal MLA John Gillies died on 23 September 1911. The resultant by-election was won by Liberal candidate Charles Nicholson on 28 October.
- 7 Alexandria Labor MLA John Dacey died on 11 April 1912. The resultant by-election was won by Labor candidate Simon Hickey on 18 May.
- 8 Blayney Labor MLA George Beeby resigned from the ministry, parliament and party in protest at the power of the extra-parliamentary Labor Party executive in December 1912. He won the resultant by-election after a run-off ballot on 23 January 1913.
- 10 Wollondilly Liberal MLA William McCourt died on 22 June 1913. Liberal candidate Frank Badgery won the resultant by-election on 19 July.
- "Former members of the New South Wales Parliament, 1856–2006". New South Wales Parliament. Archived from the original on 4 February 2009. Retrieved 2009-01-11.
- Antony Green. "NSW Elections Analysis". New South Wales Parliament. Archived from the original on 25 June 2010. Retrieved 12 January 2009.
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