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

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1910 to 1913. At this time the Council was composed of individuals appointed for life by the Governor on the advice of the Premier. This list includes members between the 1910 state election on 14 October 1910 and the 1913 state election on 6 December 1913.

Name Party Years in office
James Ashton Liberal 1907–1934
Joseph Beeston Liberal 1908–1921
Reginald Black Liberal 1900–1928
Alexander Brown Liberal 1892–1926
Joseph Browne 2 Independent 1912–1932
Francis Bryant 2 ALP 1912–1934
Sir James Burns Liberal 1908–1923
Nicholas Buzacott ALP 1899–1933
Sir Joseph Carruthers Liberal 1908–1932
John Creed Liberal 1885–1930
Henry Dangar Liberal 1883–1917
William Dick Liberal 1907–1932
Henry Doyle 2 Independent 1912–1929
George Earp Liberal 1900–1933
John Farleigh Liberal 1908–1934
Ernest Farrar 2 ALP 1912–1952
Robert Fitzgerald Liberal 1901–1933
Frederick Flowers ALP 1900–1928
Edmund Fosbery Liberal 1904–1919
James Gannon Liberal 1904–1924
John Garland Liberal 1908–1921
James Gormly Liberal 1904–1922
George Greene 6 Liberal 1899–1911
Henry Gullett Liberal 1908–1914
David Hall 2,3 ALP 1912–1913
John Hepher ALP 1899–1932
Louis Heydon Liberal 1889–1918
William Hill Liberal 1900–1919
William Holborow Liberal 1899–1917
Thomas Holden 2 ALP 1912–1934
John Hughes 7 Liberal 1895–1912
Thomas Hughes Liberal 1908–1930
William Hurley Liberal 1904–1924
Henry Kater Independent 1889–1924
Edward Kavanagh 2 ALP 1912–1934
Alexander Kethel Liberal 1895–1916
George Lee 9 Liberal 1882–1912
John Macintosh 8 Independent 1882–1911
James Mackay Liberal 1899–1934
Charles Mackellar Liberal 1885–1903, 1903–1925
Sir Normand MacLaurin Independent 1889–1914
Sir Samuel McCaughey Independent 1899–1919
James McInerney 1 ALP 1912
John Meagher Independent 1900–1920
Alfred Meeks Liberal 1900–1932
Henry Moses Liberal 1885–1923
John Nash Liberal 1900–1925
Broughton O'Conor Liberal 1908–1940
Charles Pilcher Liberal 1891–1916
Charles Roberts Liberal 1890–1925
William Robson Liberal 1900–1920
Alexander Ross 5 Liberal 1900–1912
Andrew Sinclair 2 ALP 1912–1934
Fergus Smith Liberal 1895–1924
Sir James Joynton Smith 2 Independent 1912–1934
Henry Stuart 4 ALP 1900–1910
Sir Francis Suttor Independent 1889–1891, 1900–1915
Sir Allen Taylor 2 Liberal 1912–1940
John Travers ALP 1908–1934
William Trickett Liberal 1888–1916
John Wetherspoon Liberal 1908–1928
James White Liberal 1908–1927
James Wilson ALP 1899–1925
Frederick Winchcombe Liberal 1907–1917
1 Appointed 29 March 1912, died 8 July 1912 before taking seat.
2 Appointed 23 July 1912.
3 Resigned 14 November 1913.
4 Died 26 December 1910.
5 Died 27 September 1912.
6 Died 22 December 1911.
7 Died 18 December 1912.
8 Died 6 July 1911.
9 Died 23 January 1912.