Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1902–1904

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This is a list of members of the 14th Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1902 to 1904, as elected at the 1902 state election held on 11 March 1902.[1]

While only the Australian Labor Federation stood as a party, the fall of Philp's government and the rise of prominent Liberal Arthur Morgan in 1903 produced a realignment of non-Labour MLAs into liberal and conservative groupings.

Name Party (pre-1903) Party (post-1903) Electorate Term in office
Peter Airey Labour Labour Flinders 1901–1907; 1908–1909
William Armstrong Ministerial Conservative Lockyer 1893–1904; 1907–1918
George Barber Labour Labour Bundaberg 1901–1935
Walter Barnes Ministerial Conservative Bulimba 1901–1915; 1918–1933
Charles Hastings Barton[1] Labour N/A Maryborough 1902
Joshua Thomas Bell Ministerial Liberal Dalby 1893–1911
James Blair Opposition Liberal Ipswich 1902–1915
Jason Boles Opposition Liberal Port Curtis 1893–1904
Thomas Bridges Ministerial Liberal Nundah 1896–1907; 1909–1918
William Browne Labour Labour Croydon 1893–1904
John Burrows Labour Labour Charters Towers 1901–1907
John Cameron Ministerial Conservative Brisbane North 1893–1896; 1901–1908
John Dunmore Campbell Ministerial Conservative Moreton 1899–1909
Arthur Cooper Ind. Min. Liberal Mitchell 1902–1905
Henri Cowap Labour Labour Fitzroy 1902–1909
Alfred Cowley Ministerial Conservative Herbert 1888–1907
James Cribb Ministerial Conservative Bundamba 1893–1896; 1899–1915
Thomas Bridson Cribb Ministerial Conservative Ipswich 1896–1904
David Dalrymple Ministerial Conservative Mackay 1888–1904
Digby Denham[2] Ministerial Liberal Oxley 1902–1915
Thomas Dibley Labour Labour Woolloongabba 1896–1907
John Dunsford Labour Labour Charters Towers 1893–1905
John Fogarty Opposition Liberal Drayton & Toowoomba 1893–1904
Edward Barrow Forrest Ministerial Conservative Brisbane North 1899–1912
James Forsythe Ministerial Conservative Carpentaria 1899–1907; 1909–1918
George Fox Ministerial Conservative Normanby 1877–1878; 1901–1914
Justin Foxton Ministerial Conservative Carnarvon 1883–1904
Henry Garde[1] Ministerial Conservative Maryborough 1902–1904
Kenneth Grant Labour Labour Rockhampton 1902–1915
Samuel Grimes[2] Ministerial N/A Oxley 1878–1902
John Hamilton Ministerial Conservative Cook 1878–1904
William Hamilton Labour Labour Gregory 1899–1915
Patrick Hanran Ministerial Conservative Townsville 1899–1909
Herbert Hardacre Labour Labour Leichhardt 1893–1919
Arthur Hawthorn Independent Liberal Enoggera 1902–1911
Robert Hodge Farmers' Rep. Liberal Rosewood 1902–1904; 1909–1920
George Jackson Labour Labour Kennedy 1893–1909
Charles Moffatt Jenkinson[3] Opposition Independent Fassifern 1898–1902; 1903–1909
Francis Kates[5] Ministerial N/A Cunningham 1878–1881; 1883–1888;
1899–1903
Francis Kenna Labour Labour Bowen 1902–1909
William Kent Ministerial Conservative Burnett 1899–1904
George Kerr Labour Labour Barcoo 1893–1909
William Kidston Labour Labour Rockhampton 1896–1911
Alec Lamont Ministerial Conservative South Brisbane 1902–1904
John Leahy Ministerial Conservative Bulloo 1893–1909
Patrick Leahy Ministerial Conservative Warrego 1902–1908
Vincent Lesina Labour Labour Clermont 1899–1912
George Lindley Ind. Min. Liberal Wide Bay 1902–1907
James Lyons Ministerial Conservative Cairns 1902–1904
Edward Macartney Ministerial Conservative Toowong 1900–1908; 1909–1920
Frank McDonnell Labour Labour Fortitude Valley 1896–1907
Donald MacKintosh Ministerial Liberal Cambooya 1899–1915
John McMaster Ministerial Conservative Fortitude Valley 1885–1899; 1901–1904;
1907–1908
George Martin Labour Labour Burrum 1902–1905
William Maxwell Labour Labour Burke 1899–1909
William Moore Ministerial Liberal Murilla 1898–1904; 1907–1909
Arthur Morgan Ministerial Liberal Warwick 1887–1896; 1898–1906
Daniel Mulcahy Labour Labour Gympie 1901–1912
Thomas Murray-Prior[3] Opposition N/A Fassifern 1902
John Norman Labour Labour Maryborough 1902–1907
William O'Connell[4] Ministerial N/A Musgrave 1888–1903
Walter Paget Ministerial Conservative Mackay 1901–1915
Andrew Lang Petrie Ministerial Conservative Toombul 1893–1926
Robert Philp Ministerial Conservative Townsville 1886–1915
Thomas Plunkett Opposition Liberal Albert 1888–1896; 1899–1908
Arthur Rutledge Ministerial Conservative Maranoa 1878–1893; 1899–1904
George Ryland Labour Labour Gympie 1899–1912
William Stephens Ministerial Conservative South Brisbane 1888–1904; 1907–1908
James Stodart Ministerial Conservative Logan 1896–1918
George Story Ministerial Conservative Balonne 1896–1904
William Summerville Labour Independent Stanley 1902–1904
William Thorn Opposition Independent Aubigny 1894–1904; 1908–1912
James Tolmie Ministerial Liberal Drayton & Toowoomba 1901–1907; 1909–1918
Henry Turner Labour Labour North Rockhampton 1901, 1902–1907
Duncan Watson[5] Ministerial Conservative Cunningham 1903–1904
John White[4] Ministerial Conservative Musgrave 1903–1904; 1907–1915
Michael Woods Labour Labour Woothakata 1902–1909

Notes[edit]

1 On 16 June 1902, Charles Hastings Barton, the newly elected Labour member for Maryborough, died before taking his seat. Ministerial candidate Henry Garde won the resulting by-election on 3 July 1902.
2 On 18 June 1902, Samuel Grimes, the Ministerial member for Oxley, died. Ministerial candidate Digby Denham won the resulting by-election on 3 July 1902.
3 On 11 December 1902, Thomas Murray-Prior, the Opposition member for Fassifern, died. Opposition candidate Charles Moffatt Jenkinson won the resulting by-election on 13 January 1903.
4 On 4 March 1903, William O'Connell, the Ministerial member for Musgrave, died. Ministerial candidate John White won the resulting by-election on 4 April 1903.
5 On 16 September 1903, Francis Kates, the Ministerial member for Cunningham, died. Ministerial candidate Duncan Watson won the resulting by-election on 29 October 1903.

See also[edit]

Robert Philp (Ministerial) (1899–1903)
Arthur Morgan (Liberal) (1903–1906)

References[edit]

  • Waterson, Duncan Bruce: Biographical Register of the Queensland Parliament 1860-1929 (second edition), Sydney 2001.
  • Hughes, Colin A.; Graham, B. D. (1976). Voting for the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1890-1964. Canberra: Australian National University. ISBN 0-7081-0301-4. 
  • Hughes, Colin A.; Graham, B. D. (1968). A handbook of Australian government and politics, 1890-1964. Canberra: Australian National University. ISBN 0-7081-0270-0. 
  • Bernays, Charles Arrowsmith (1919). Queensland politics during sixty (1859-1919) years. Brisbane: Government Printer. 
Preceded by
13th Assembly
14th Queensland Legislative Assembly
1902–1904
Succeeded by
15th Assembly