Template:New Zealand general election, 1935

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The table below shows the results of the 1935 general election in New Zealand.

Key

 Labour    Independent    United    Reform    United/Reform    Democrat    Ratana    Country Party  

Electorate results for the New Zealand general election, 1935[1]

Electorate Incumbent Winner Majority Runner up
General electorates
Auckland Central Bill Parry 5,301[2] Clifford Reid Dodd[3]
Auckland East Frederick Schramm 2,337[4] Harold Percy Burton[5]
Auckland Suburbs Rex Mason 4,896[2] W A Bishop[6]
Auckland West Michael Joseph Savage 6,180[7] Ernest David Stallworthy[8]
Avon Dan Sullivan 5,410[9] Lancelot Charles Walker
Awarua Philip De La Perrelle James Hargest[nb 1] 950[11] Thomas Francis Doyle
Bay of Islands Harold Rushworth 2,121[12] C Cameron
Bay of Plenty vacant[nb 2] Gordon Hultquist 555[14] J T Merry[15]
Buller Paddy Webb 4,499[16] John H Powell[17]
Central Otago William Bodkin 1,819[16] H K Edie[18]
Chalmers Alfred Ansell Archibald Campbell 1,071[11] Alfred Ansell
Christchurch East Tim Armstrong 5,728[2] Sydney Richardson[19][20]
Christchurch North Henry Holland Sidney Holland 971[2] Robert Macfarlane
Christchurch South Ted Howard 5,585[2] Tom Milliken[21][22]
Clutha Peter McSkimming James Roy[nb 3] 1,930[12] Rev. Edwin Thoms Cox[23]
Dunedin Central Charles Statham Peter Neilson 1,729[11] D C Cameron[24]
Dunedin North James Wright Munro 1,668[12] Alexander Smith Falconer[25][26][27][28]
Dunedin South Fred Jones 3,378[14] Thomas Sidey
Dunedin West William Downie Stewart Gervan McMillan 945[29] William Downie Stewart[30]
Eden Arthur Stallworthy Bill Anderton 2,465[29] Arthur Stallworthy
Egmont Charles Wilkinson 3,172[2] James Ross[31]
Franklin Jack Massey Arthur Sexton 685[12] Jack Massey
Gisborne David William Coleman 1,817[4] Douglas Lysnar
Grey Lynn John A. Lee 8,012[29] George Wildish[32]
Hamilton Alexander Young Charles Barrell 1,391[12] Alexander Young
Hauraki Walter William Massey Charles Robert Petrie 544[33] Walter William Massey
Hawke's Bay Hugh Campbell Edward Cullen 1,010[11] Hugh Campbell
Hurunui George Forbes 1,203[2] D C Davie[34]
Hutt Walter Nash 7,757[4] Victor Emmanuel Jacobson[35]
Invercargill James Hargest William Denham 346[11] Gordon Reed[36]
Kaiapoi Richard Hawke Morgan Williams 1,424[11] Richard Hawke
Kaipara Gordon Coates 302[12] W Grounds
Lyttelton Terry McCombs 2,775[4] Seton Fulton Marshall[37][38]
Manawatu Joseph Linklater Clifford Hunter 60[16] Joseph Linklater
Manukau William Joseph Jordan 6,402[29] Herbert Jenner Wily[39]
Marsden Alfred Murdoch James Gillespie Barclay 347[2] Alfred Murdoch
Masterton George Sykes John Robertson 325[14] George Sykes
Mataura David McDougall 1,658[2] Thomas Golden[40]
Mid-Canterbury vacant[nb 4] Horace Herring 462[2] James Carr[42]
Motueka Keith Holyoake 280[11] Rubert York[43][44]
Napier Bill Barnard 4,057[45] F B Logan
Nelson Harry Atmore 2,610[12] Herbert Everett[46]
New Plymouth Sydney George Smith 831[11] Frederick Frost
Oamaru John Andrew MacPherson Arnold Nordmeyer 1,142[11] John Andrew MacPherson
Oroua John Cobbe 2,333[12] William Henry Oliver[nb 5]
Otaki William Hughes Field Leonard Lowry 1,720[16] G. A. Monk[48]
Pahiatua Alfred Ransom 1,175[2] R A Gower
Palmerston Jimmy Nash Joe Hodgens 115[49] Jimmy Nash
Parnell Bill Endean 731[33] Arthur Osborne
Patea Harold Dickie 649[11] W G Simpson
Raglan Lee Martin 1,695[11] Stewart Reid[50]
Rangitikei Alexander Stuart Ormond Wilson 907[51] Alexander Stuart
Riccarton Herbert Kyle 1,139[2] G T Thurston
Roskill Arthur Shapton Richards 4,023[33] Thomas James Fleming[8]
Rotorua Cecil Clinkard Alexander Moncur 1,452[12] Frederick Doidge
Stratford William Polson[nb 6] 339[12] Philip Skoglund
Tauranga Charles MacMillan Charles Harris Burnett 41[16] Charles MacMillan
Temuka Thomas Burnett 605[12] Thomas Herbert Langford
Thames Albert Samuel Jim Thorn 1,262[33] Albert Samuel
Timaru Clyde Carr 1,059[11] W Thomas
Waimarino Frank Langstone 1,863[12] C A Boles
Waipawa Albert Jull Hubert Christie 259[11] Albert Jull
Waikato Frederick Lye Robert Coulter 784[51] Frederick Lye
Wairarapa Alexander McLeod Ben Roberts 33[11] John Wiltshire Card[52][53]
Wairau Edward Healy Edwin Meachen 352[2] Edward Healy
Waitaki John Bitchener David Barnes 479[30] John Bitchener
Waitemata Alexander Harris Jack Lyon 2,684[2] Alexander Harris
Waitomo Walter Broadfoot 1,526[12] Jack Jones[54]
Wallace Adam Hamilton 2,034[2] L S Edmund
Wanganui Bill Veitch Joseph Cotterill 1,569[2] Bill Veitch
Wellington Central Peter Fraser 4,479[12] Will Mason[55]
Wellington East Bob Semple 3,323[2] Ossie Mazengarb
Wellington North Charles Henry Chapman 794[4] Elizabeth Gilmer[56]
Wellington South Robert McKeen 6,059[2] Henry Featherston Toogood[35][53]
Wellington Suburbs Robert Alexander Wright 1,856[2] Peter Butler[35]
Westland James O'Brien 3,677[12] H R Young[57]
Māori electorates
Eastern Maori Āpirana Ngata 3,224[12] Tiaki Omana
Northern Maori Taurekareka Henare 983[12] Paraire Karaka Paikea
Southern Maori Eruera Tirikatene 43[12] Thomas Kaiporohu Bragg
Western Maori Taite Te Tomo Toko Ratana 47[58] Taite Te Tomo

Table footnotes:

  1. ^ James Hargest ran as an Independent, but was aligned to the Reform Party[10]
  2. ^ Kenneth Williams, the previous representative, died two days prior to the election[13]
  3. ^ James Roy ran as an Independent, but was aligned to the United/Reform Coalition
  4. ^ Jeremiah Connolly, the previous representative, died just prior to the election[41]
  5. ^ Father of the historian W. H. Oliver[47]
  6. ^ William Polson ran as an Independent, but was aligned to the United/Reform Coalition

1935 election[edit]

General election, 1935: xyz[59]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour
United/Reform
Independent
Majority
Informal votes
Turnout
Registered electors

Notes[edit]

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  37. ^ "Lyttelton Seat". The Evening Post. CXX (115). 11 November 1935. p. 4. Retrieved 11 November 2013. 
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  54. ^ "Mrs. R. Bleasel". Auckland Star. LXIX (277). 23 November 1938. p. 4. Retrieved 9 November 2013. 
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References[edit]

  • Gustafson, Barry (1986). The First 50 Years : A History of the New Zealand National Party. Auckland: Reed Methuen. ISBN 0-474-00177-6. 
  • Wilson, James Oakley (1985) [First published in 1913]. New Zealand Parliamentary Record, 1840–1984 (4th ed.). Wellington: V.R. Ward, Govt. Printer. OCLC 154283103.