Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1930–1932

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly who served in the 29th parliament of New South Wales from 1930 to 1932.

Name Party Electorate Term in office
George Ardill Nationalist Yass 1930–1941
Richard Arthur Nationalist Mosman 1904–1932
Hon Jack Baddeley Labor Cessnock 1922–1949
Richard Ball Nationalist/Country [4] Corowa 1895–1898, 1904–1937
Henry Bate Nationalist South Coast 1926–1941
Thomas Bavin Nationalist Gordon 1917–1935
Walter Bennett Nationalist Gloucester 1889–1902, 1917–1934
George Booth Labor Kurri Kurri 1925–1960
Malcolm Brown [3] Country Upper Hunter 1931–1939
Hon Michael Bruxner Country Tenterfield 1920–1962
Arthur Budd Country Byron 1927–1944
Frank Burke Labor Newtown 1917–1944
Walter Butler Labor Hurstville 1927–1932
Ernest Buttenshaw Country Lachlan 1917–1938
Joseph Byrne Labor Parramatta 1930–1932
Joseph Cahill Labor Arncliffe 1925–1932, 1935–1959
Robert Cameron Labor Waratah 1927–1956
William Cameron [3] Nationalist Upper Hunter 1918–1931
Harry Carter Country Liverpool Plains 1927–1941
Frank Chaffey Nationalist Tamworth 1913–1940
Joseph Clark Labor Castlereagh 1920–1927, 1930–1932
William Clementson Labor Waverley 1930–1932
Hon Daniel Clyne Labor King 1927–1956
Hugh Connell Labor Hamilton 1920–1925, 1927–1934
Peter Connolly Labor Newcastle 1927–1935
Frank Connors Labor Dulwich Hill 1930–1932
Mat Davidson Labor Cobar 1918–1949
Billy Davies Labor Illawarra 1917–1949
Evan Davies Labor Ryde 1930–1932
John Donovan Labor Murray 1930–1932
Hon David Drummond Country Armidale 1920–1949
Hon Bill Dunn Labor Mudgee 1910–1911, 1911–1932, 1935–1950
John Dunningham Nationalist Coogee 1928–1938
Bill Ely Labor Granville 1920–1922, 1925–1932
Joseph Fitzgerald Labor Albury 1920–1927, 1930–1932
Herbert FitzSimons Nationalist Lane Cove 1930–1944
William Foster Nationalist Vaucluse 1925–1936
Mark Gosling Labor Kogarah 1920–1932
Jack Flanagan Labor Randwick 1930–1932
Martin Flannery Labor Murrumbidgee 1920–1932
William Folster Labor Orange 1930–1932
William Hedges Country Monaro 1927–1941
Hon Robert Heffron Labor Botany 1930–1968
Thomas Henley Nationalist Burwood 1904–1935
Alfred Henry [1] Country Clarence 1931–1938
Ken Hoad Labor Cootamundra 1925–1932
Ted Horsington Labor Sturt 1922–1947
Ben Howe Labor North Sydney 1930–1932
Joseph Jackson Nationalist Nepean 1922–1956
Milton Jarvie Nationalist Ashfield 1925–1929, 1929–1935
William Keast Labor Ashburnham 1930–1932
Tom Keegan Labor Glebe 1910–1920, 1921–1935
Gus Kelly Labor Bathurst 1925–1932, 1935–1967
Matthew Kilpatrick Country Wagga Wagga 1920–1941
Ted Kinsella Labor Georges River 1930–1932
Hamilton Knight Labor Hartley 1927–1947
Abe Landa Labor Bondi 1930–1932, 1941–1965
Joe Lamaro Labor Petersham 1927–1932, 1932–1934
Jack Lang Labor Auburn 1913–1943, 1943–1946
Hon Carlo Lazzarini Labor Marrickville 1917–1952
Hon Daniel Levy Nationalist Woollahra 1901–1937
Andrew Lysaght, junior Labor Bulli 1925–1933
Hugh Main Country Temora 1922–1938
Clarrie Martin Labor Young 1927–1930, 1932–1941
Lewis Martin Nationalist Oxley 1927–1941
Alfred McClelland Labor Dubbo 1920–1927, 1930–1932
Henry McDicken Labor Concord 1927–1932
James McGirr Labor Bankstown 1922–1952
Hon William McKell Labor Redfern 1917–1947
David McLelland Labor Drummoyne 1930–1932
William Missingham Country Lismore 1922–1933
Mark Morton Nationalist Wollondilly 1901–1920, 1922–1938
Barney Olde Labor Leichhardt 1927–1932
Walter O'Hearn Labor Maitland 1920–1932
Hon Maurice O'Sullivan Labor Paddington 1927–1959
Alfred Pollack [1] Country Clarence 1927–1931
John Quirk Labor Balmain 1917–1938
Bill Ratcliffe Labor Barwon 1922–1932
Alfred Reid Nationalist Manly 1920–1922, 1925–1945
John Reid Country Casino 1930–1953
Edward Sanders Nationalist Willoughby 1925–1943
William Scully Labor Namoi 1923–1932
James Shand Nationalist Hornsby 1926–1944
Tom Shannon Labor Phillip 1927–1954
Fred Stanley Labor Lakemba 1927–1950
Bertram Stevens Nationalist Croydon 1927–1940
Robert Stuart-Robertson [2] Labor Annandale 1907–1933
Arthur Tonge Labor Canterbury 1927–1932, 1932–1935
Jack Tully Labor Goulburn 1930–1932, 1935–1946
Hon Roy Vincent Country Raleigh 1922–1953
Bruce Walker Sr Nationalist Hawkesbury 1917–1932
Hon Reginald Weaver Nationalist Neutral Bay 1917–1925, 1927–1945
1 Clarence Country Party MLA Alfred Pollack died on 30 January 1931. Country Party candidate Alfred Henry won the resulting by-election on 7 March.
2 Annandale Labor MLA Robert Stuart-Robertson resigned due to insolvency in April 1931. He won the resulting by-election on 25 April.
3 Upper Hunter Nationalist MLA William Cameron died on 6 May 1931. Country Party candidate Malcolm Brown won the resulting by-election on 13 June.
4 Corowa MLA Richard Ball left the United Australia Party and joined the Country Party in April 1932.

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  • "Former members of the New South Wales Parliament, 1856–2006". New South Wales Parliament. Archived from the original on 4 February 2009. 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.
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