Members of the South Australian House of Assembly, 1918–1921

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This is a list of members of the South Australian House of Assembly from 1918 to 1921, as elected at the 1918 state election:

Name Party Electorate Term of office
Peter Allen Liberal Yorke Peninsula 1902–1912, 1915–1925
William Angus Liberal Albert 1912–1921
Edward Alfred Anstey National North Adelaide 1908–1921
Henry Barwell Liberal Stanley 1915–1925
Harry Buxton Labor Burra Burra 1918–1921
Arthur Blackburn National Sturt 1918–1921
Alfred Blackwell Labor West Torrens 1918–1938
Hon Sir Richard Butler Liberal Barossa 1890–1924
Thomas Butterfield Labor Newcastle 1915–1917, 1918–1933
John Chapman Farmers and Settlers Flinders 1918–1924
Frederick Coneybeer National East Torrens 1893–1921, 1924–1930
Henry Crosby Liberal Barossa 1917–1924, 1924–1930, 1933–1938
Bill Denny Labor Adelaide 1900–1905, 1906–1933
Bert Edwards Labor Adelaide 1917–1931
John Fitzgerald Labor Port Pirie 1918–1936
John Gunn Labor Adelaide 1915–1917, 1918–1926
William Hague Liberal Barossa 1912–1924
Walter Hamilton Liberal East Torrens 1917–1924, 1925–1930, 1933–1938
William Harvey Labor Newcastle 1918–1933
Lionel Hill Labor Port Pirie 1915–1917, 1918–1933
Herbert Hudd [1] Liberal Alexandra 1912–1915, 1920–1938, 1941–1948
George Jenkins Liberal Burra Burra 1918–1924, 1927–1930, 1933–1956
George Laffer Liberal Alexandra 1913–1933
John McInnes Labor West Torrens 1918–1950
James McLachlan Liberal Wooroora 1918–1930
James Moseley Liberal Flinders 1910–1933
Robert Nicholls Liberal Stanley 1915–1956
Richard Alfred O'Connor Liberal Albert 1915–1921
Sid O'Flaherty Labor Murray 1918–1921
Mick O'Halloran Labor Burra Burra 1918–1921, 1924–1927, 1938–1960
Angas Parsons [3] Liberal Murray 1912–1915, 1918–1921
Hon Archibald Peake [1] Liberal Alexandra 1897–1915, 1915–1920
John Pedler Labor Wallaroo 1918–1938
Vernon Petherick Liberal Victoria 1918–1924, 1941–1945
William David Ponder National North Adelaide 1905–1921
John Price Labor Port Adelaide 1915–1925
Peter Reidy National Victoria 1915–1932
Robert Richards Labor Wallaroo 1918–1949
George Ritchie Liberal Alexandra 1902–1922
Allan Robertson Labor Wooroora 1918–1921, 1924–1927
Albert Robinson Liberal Wooroora 1915–1924, 1934–1943
Thomas Hyland Smeaton National Sturt 1905–1921
John Albert Southwood National/Independent Labor [2] East Torrens 1912–1921
Henry Tossell Liberal Yorke Peninsula 1915–1930
Edward Vardon [4] Liberal Sturt 1918–1924
John Stanley Verran Labor Port Adelaide 1918–1924, 1925–1927
Harry Dove Young Liberal Murray 1912–1927
1 Alexandra Liberal MHA Archibald Peake died on 6 April 1920. Liberal candidate Herbert Hudd won the resulting by-election on 12 June.
2 East Torrens MHA John Albert Southwood resigned from the National Party in 1920 and served out his term as an independent Labor member.[1]
3 Murray Liberal MHA Angas Parsons resigned on 5 January 1921. No by-election was held due to the proximity of the 1921 state election.
4 Sturt Liberal MHA Edward Vardon resigned on 15 February 1921 in order to nominate for a casual vacancy in the Australian Senate. No by-election was held due to the proximity of the 1921 state election.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PARTIES OF ONE". The Mail. Adelaide. 31 July 1920. p. 2. Retrieved 29 August 2015 – via National Library of Australia.