Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1910–1913

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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
William Brown Liberal Durham 1907–1917
Albert Bruntnell Liberal Annandale 1906–1907 1910–1913 1916–1929
George Burgess Labor Burrangong 1901–1917
John Cann Labor Broken Hill 1891–1916
Ambrose Carmichael Labor Leichhardt 1907–1920
John Cochran Labor Darling Harbour 1910–1920
Hon Arthur Cocks Liberal St Leonards 1910–1925
John Cohen Liberal Petersham 1898–1919
Tom Crawford Labor Marrickville 1910–1917
John Cusack Labor Queanbeyan 1910–1917
John Dacey 7 Labor Alexandria 1895–1912
Robert Donaldson Independent Liberal Wynyard 1898–1913
James Dooley Labor Hartley 1907–1927
Fred Downes Liberal Camden 1904–1913
Hon Bill Dunn 2 Labor Mudgee 1910–1911, 1911–1932, 1935–1950
Alfred Edden Labor Kahibah 1891–1920
John Estell Labor Waratah 1901–1922
James Fallick Liberal Singleton 1901–1920
David Fell Liberal Lane Cove 1904–1913
Charles Fern 6 Labor Cobar 1911–1918
John Fitzpatrick Liberal Orange 1895–1904 1907–1930
Arthur Gardiner Labor Newcastle 1910–1922
John Gillies 5 Independent Liberal Maitland 1891–1911
William Grahame Labor Wickham 1907–1920
Arthur Hill Griffith Labor Sturt 1894–1903 1904–1920
Brinsley Hall Liberal Hawkesbury 1901–1917
Thomas Henley Liberal Burwood 1904–1935
Simon Hickey 7 Labor Alexandria 1912–1922
George Hindmarsh Liberal Rous 1905–1913
Robert Hollis Labor Newtown 1901–1917
William Holman Labor Cootamundra 1898–1920
Henry Horne 1 Labor Liverpool Plains 1907–1911
Henry Hoyle Labor Surry Hills 1891–1894 1910–1917
John Hunt Liberal Sherbrooke 1907–1920
Augustus James Liberal Goulburn 1907–1920
George Jones Labor Gwydir 1902–1913
William Kearsley Labor Cessnock 1910–1921
Tom Keegan Labor Glebe 1910–1920 1921–1935
Andrew Kelly Labor Lachlan 1891–1894 1901–1913
William Latimer Liberal Woollahra 1901–1920
Charles Lee Liberal Tenterfield 1884–1920
Robert Levien Independent Liberal Tamworth 1880–1913
Hon Daniel Levy Liberal Darlinghurst 1901–1937
John Lynch Labor Ashburnham 1907–1913
James Macarthur-Onslow Liberal Bondi 1907–1922
Donald Macdonell 3, 6 Labor Cobar 1901–1911
William McCourt 10 Liberal Wollondilly 1882–1885 1887–1913
George McDonald Labor Bingara 1910–1920
John McFarlane Liberal Clarence 1887–1915
Patrick McGarry Labor Murrumbidgee 1904–1920
Greg McGirr 9 Labor Yass 1913–1925
Hon James McGowen Labor Redfern 1891–1917
Gordon McLaurin Independent Liberal Albury 1901–1913
John McNeill Labor Pyrmont 1902–1913
Richard Meagher Labor 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 Labor Belmore 1910–1917 1920–1927
James Morrish Labor King 1910–1917
Henry Morton Independent Liberal Hastings and Macleay 1910–1920
Mark Morton Liberal Allowrie 1901–1920 1922–1938
Tom Moxham Liberal Parramatta 1901–1916
Charles Nicholson 5 Liberal Maitland 1911–1920
John Nicholson Labor Wollongong 1891–1917
Niels Nielsen 9 Labor Yass 1899–1913
John Nobbs Liberal Granville 1888–1893 1898–1913
John Osborne Labor Paddington 1910–1919
Fred Page Labor Botany 1907–1917
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
Henry Peters Labor Deniliquin 1907–1914
Richard Price Liberal Gloucester 1894–1904 1907–1922
William Robson Liberal Ashfield 1905–1920
Robert Scobie Labor Murray 1901–1917
David Storey Liberal Randwick 1894–1920
John Storey Labor Balmain 1901–1904 1907–1921
Robert Stuart-Robertson Labor Camperdown 1907–1933
William Taylor Liberal St George 1908–1913
Follett Thomas Liberal Gough 1903–1920
Thomas Thrower Labor Macquarie 1904–1917
John Treflé Labor Castlereagh 1906–1915
Thomas Waddell Liberal Belubula 1897–1917
Charles Wade Liberal Gordon 1903–1917
Henry Willis Liberal Upper Hunter 1910–1913
William Wood Liberal Bega 1894–1913

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.

See also[edit]


Members of the Parliament of New South Wales
Legislative Council


Legislative Assembly