Members of the South Australian House of Assembly, 1884–1887

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This is a list of members of the South Australian House of Assembly from 1884 to 1887, as elected at the 1884 colonial election:[1]

Name Electorate Term of office
Thomas Atkinson Noarlunga 1878–1887
John Bagot Victoria 1884–1887
Josiah Howell Bagster Yatala 1881–1890
M. P. F. Basedow Barossa 1878–1901
William Henry Beaglehole Yorke Peninsula 1881–1887
David Bews [2] Wallaroo 1885–1891
David Bower Port Adelaide 1865–1870, 1875–1887
John Cox Bray East Adelaide 1871–1892
Frederick Estcourt Bucknall West Torrens 1881–1887
Thomas Burgoyne Newcastle 1884–1915
Robert Caldwell Yorke Peninsula 1884–1902
John William Castine Wooroora 1884–1902
Alfred Catt Gladstone 1881–1906
John Cockburn Burra 1884–1898
Patrick Boyce Coglin Newcastle 1860–1868, 1870–1871, 1875–1881, 1882–1887
Jenkin Coles Light 1875–1878, 1881–1911
Hon John Colton Noarlunga 1862–1870, 1875–1878, 1878, 1880–1887
William Copley Frome 1884–1887, 1896–1902
John Darling, senior [3] Stanley 1870–1871, 1876–1881, 1885–1887
Henry Edward Downer Encounter Bay 1881–1896
John Downer Barossa 1878–1901
John Duncan Wooroora 1871–1878, 1884–1890
Arthur Aloysius Fox West Adelaide 1884–1887
Luke Furner Wallaroo 1878–1890
William Gilbert Yatala 1881–1906
Samuel Dening Glyde [4] Sturt 1885–1887
Henry Allerdale Grainger [2] Wallaroo 1884–1885, 1890–1901
George Dutton Green [6] East Adelaide 1884–1886
Andrew Dods Handyside [1] Albert 1885–1904
Arthur Hardy [5] Albert 1875–1886, 1886–1887
Arthur Harvey West Torrens 1884–1887
Edward William Hawker Stanley 1884–1889, 1893–1886
Hon George Charles Hawker North Adelaide 1858–1865, 1875–1883, 1884–1895
Rudolph Henning [1] Albert 1878–1884
Robert Homburg Gumeracha 1884–1905
James Henderson Howe Gladstone 1881–1896
Frank Johnson Onkaparinga 1884–1896
Thomas King [4] Sturt 1876–1881, 1882–1885
Charles Kingston West Adelaide 1881–1900
Friedrich Krichauff Victoria 1857–1858, 1870–1882, 1884–1890
Albert Henry Landseer Mount Barker 1875–1899
William Mattinson Port Adelaide 1881–1890
John Miller [3] Stanley 1884–1885, 1890–1893, 1890–1893, 1896–1902
David Moody Light 1878–1881, 1884–1887, 1896–1899
John Moule Flinders 1884–1896
Simpson Newland Encounter Bay 1881–1887
Hon Thomas Playford East Torrens 1868–1871, 1875–1894, 1899–1901
Rowland Rees Onkaparinga 1873–1881, 1882–1890
Robert Dalrymple Ross Gumeracha 1875–1887
Ben Rounsevell Burra 1875–1893, 1899–1906
Theodor Scherk [6] East Adelaide 1886–1905
Edwin Thomas Smith East Torrens 1871–1877, 1878–1893
Edward Charles Stirling North Adelaide 1884–1887
Lancelot Stirling Mount Barker 1881–1887, 1888–1890
Josiah Symon Sturt 1881–1887
Andrew Tennant Flinders 1881–1887
Ebenezer Ward Frome 1870–1880, 1881–1890
1 Albert MHA Rudolph Henning died on 24 November 1884. Andrew Dods Handyside won the resulting by-election on 5 January 1885.
2 Wallaroo MHA Henry Allerdale Grainger resigned on 19 January 1885. David Bews won the resulting by-election on 16 February.
3 Stanley MHA John Miller resigned on 20 April 1885. John Darling, senior won the resulting by-election on 15 May.
4 Sturt MHA Thomas King resigned on 6 July 1885. Samuel Dening Glyde won the resulting by-election on 17 July.
5 Albert MHA Arthur Hardy resigned on 8 February 1886. He recontested his seat and was elected unopposed on 9 March.
6 East Adelaide MHA George Dutton Green resigned on 15 May 1886. Theodor Scherk won the resulting by-election on 31 May.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Statistical Register of the Parliament of South Australia" (PDF). Parliament of South Australia. Retrieved 16 June 2015.