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Members of the Australian Senate, 1901-1903[edit]

This is a list of members of the first Australian Senate, who served from 29 March 1901 to 31 December 1903.

Member Expiry State Party Term Lifespan Birthplace Positions Notes
  Sir Richard Baker Richard Chaffey Baker.jpg 1906 SA Free Trade 1901–1906 1842–1911 Adelaide, SA President of the Senate
  John Barrett John Barrett.jpg 1903 VIC Labour 1901–1903 1858–1928 Carlton, Vic
  Robert Best Robert Best.jpg 1903 VIC Protectionist 1901–1910 1856–1946 Collingwood, Vic Deputy President of the Senate and Chairman of Committees Later a member of the House of Representatives (1910–1922).
  Cyril Cameron Cyril Cameron.jpg 1903 TAS Protectionist 1901–1903
1906–1913
1857–1941 Launceston, Tas
  David Charleston David Charleston.jpg 1903 SA Free Trade 1901–1903 1848–1934 St Erth, England
  John Clemons John Clemons.jpg 1906 TAS Free Trade 1901–1914 1862–1944 Launceston, Tas Free Trade Party whip
  Anderson Dawson Anderson Dawson 1901.jpg 1906 QLD Labour 1901–1906 1863–1910 Rockhampton, Qld
  Hugh de Largie Hugh de Largie.jpg 1903 WA Labour 1901–1923 1859–1947 Airdrie, Scotland
  Henry Dobson Henry Dobson.jpg 1903 TAS Free Trade 1901–1910 1841–1918 Hobart, Tas
  Sir John Downer John Downer (Australian politician).jpg 1903 SA Protectionist 1901–1903 1843–1915 Adelaide, SA
  James Drake James Drake.jpg 1906 QLD Protectionist 1901–1906 1850–1941 London, England Postmaster-General (to 24 September 1903)
Attorney-General (from 24 September 1903)
  Norman Ewing Norman K. Ewing.jpg 1903 WA Free Trade 1901–1903 1870–1928 Wollongong, NSW Resigned on 17 April 1903; replaced by Henry Saunders.
  John Ferguson Senator John Ferguson.jpg 1903 QLD Free Trade 1901–1903 1830–1906 Kenmore, Scotland Seat declared vacant on 6 October 1903 due to lack of attendance; no appointment was made due to the proximity of the next election.
  Simon Fraser Sir Simon Fraser.jpg 1906 VIC Protectionist 1901–1913 1832–1919 Pictou, Canada
  Thomas Glassey Thomas Glassey.jpg 1903 QLD Protectionist
(to 1903)
1901–1903 1844–1936 Markethill, Ireland Lost party endorsement for the 1903 election and stood as an independent protectionist.
  Independent
(from 1903)
  Albert Gould Albert Gould.jpg 1906 NSW Free Trade 1901–1917 1847–1936 Sydney, NSW
  Edward Harney Edward Harney.jpg 1903 WA Free Trade 1901–1903 1865–1929 Dublin, Ireland Later a member of the British House of Commons (1922–1929).
  William Higgs William Higgs 1901.jpg 1906 QLD Labour 1901–1906 1862–1951 Wingham, NSW Later a member of the House of Representatives (1910–1922).
  John Keating John Henry Keating.jpg 1906 TAS Protectionist 1901–1923 1872–1940 Hobart, Tas Protectionist Party whip
  James Macfarlane James Macfarlane.jpg 1903 TAS Free Trade 1901–1910 1844–1914 Glasgow, Scotland
  Alexander Matheson Sir Alexander Matheson.jpg 1906 WA Free Trade 1901–1906 1861–1929 Mayfair, England
  Gregor McGregor Gregor McGregor1.jpg 1903 SA Labour 1901–1914 1848–1914 Argyll, Scotland Leader of the Labour Party in the Senate
Deputy Leader of the Labour Party
  Edward Millen Edward Millen.jpg 1906 NSW Free Trade 1901–1923 1860–1923 Deal, England Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate
  John Neild John Neild.jpg 1903 NSW Free Trade 1901–1910 1846–1911 Bristol, England
  Richard O'Connor Senator Richard O'Connor.jpg 1903 NSW Protectionist 1901–1903 1851–1912 Sydney, NSW Leader of the Government in the Senate (to 24 September 1903)
Vice-President of the Executive Council (to 24 September 1903)
Resigned on 27 September 1903; replaced by Charles Mackellar.
  David O'Keefe David O'Keefe (younger).jpg 1906 TAS Labour 1901–1906
1910–1920
1864–1943 Longford, Tas Later a member of the House of Representatives (1922–1925). Elected as a Protectionist with Labour endorsement (there was no formal Labour Party in Tasmania), he joined the Labour Party when parliament sat.
  George Pearce George Pearce 1901.jpg 1906 WA Labour 1901–1938 1870–1952 Mount Barker, SA
  Thomas Playford Thomas playford II.jpg 1906 SA Protectionist 1901–1906 1837–1915 Bethnal Green, England Leader of the Government in the Senate (from 24 September 1903)
Vice-President of the Executive Council (from 24 September 1903)
  Edward Pulsford Edward Pulsford.jpg 1903 NSW Free Trade 1901–1910 1844–1919 Burslem, England
  Sir Frederick Sargood Frederick Thomas Sargood.jpg 1906 VIC Free Trade 1901–1903 1834–1903 Walworth, England Died on 2 January 1903; replaced by Robert Reid.
  Staniforth Smith Staniforth Smith.jpg 1906 WA Free Trade 1901–1906 1869–1934 Kingston, Vic
  James Stewart James Charles Stewart.jpg 1903 QLD Labour 1901–1917 1850–1931 Grantown-on-Spey, Scotland
  James Styles James Styles.jpg 1903 VIC Protectionist 1901–1906 1841–1913 Croydon, England
  Sir Josiah Symon Josiah Symon.jpg 1906 SA Free Trade 1901–1913 1846–1934 Wick, Scotland Leader of the Opposition in the Senate
  James Walker James Thomas Walker.jpg 1906 NSW Free Trade 1901–1913 1841–1923 Leith, Scotland
  Sir William Zeal WilliamZeal.jpg 1906 VIC Protectionist 1901–1906 1830–1912 Westbury, England
Appointees
  Robert Reid Robert Reid.jpg 1903 VIC Free Trade 1903 1842–1904 Leven, Scotland Appointed on 21 January 1903 to fill the casual vacancy caused by the death of Sir Frederick Sargood.
  Henry Saunders Henry John Saunders.jpg 1903 WA Free Trade 1903 1855–1919 London, England Appointed on 20 May 1903 to fill the casual vacancy caused by the resignation of Norman Ewing.
  Charles Mackellar Charles Kinnaird Mackellar.jpg 1903 NSW Protectionist 1903 1844–1926 Sydney, NSW Appointed on 8 October 1903 to fill the casual vacancy caused by the resignation of Richard O'Connor.

Members of the Australian House of Representatives, 1901-1903[edit]

This is a list of members of the first Australian House of Representatives, who served from 29 March 1901 to 16 December 1903.

Member Seat State Party Term Lifespan Birthplace Positions Notes
  Fred Bamford Herbert QLD Labour 1901–1925 1849–1934 Dubbo, NSW
  (Sir) Edmund Barton Edmund Barton.PNG Hunter NSW Protectionist 1901–1903 1849–1920 Glebe, NSW Prime Minister (to 24 September 1903)
Minister for External Affairs (to 24 September 1903)
Resigned on 30 September 1903; no by-election was held due to the proximity of the next election.
  Lee Batchelor Edgerton batchelor.jpg South Australia SA Labour 1901–1911 1865–1911 Adelaide, SA
  Sir Langdon Bonython Langdon bonython.jpg South Australia SA Protectionist 1901–1906 1848–1939 London, England
  Sir Edward Braddon Edwardbraddon.jpg Tasmania TAS Free Trade 1901–1904 1829–1904 St Kew, England
  Thomas Brown Canobolas NSW Labour 1901–1913 1861–1934 Forbes, NSW
  Norman Cameron Donald norman cameron.jpg Tasmania TAS Free Trade 1901–1903
1904–1906
1851–1931 Launceston, Tas
  John Chanter John Chanter, Australian politician in c.1901.jpg Riverina NSW Protectionist 1901–1903
1904–1913
1914–1922
1845–1931 Adelaide, SA
  Austin Chapman Austin chapman.jpg Eden-Monaro NSW Protectionist 1901–1926 1864–1926 Bowral, NSW Minister for Defence (from 24 September 1903)
  Francis Clarke Cowper NSW Protectionist 1901–1903 1857–1939 Stroud, NSW
  Alfred Conroy Alfred Conroy.jpg Werriwa NSW Free Trade 1901–1906
1913–1914
1864–1920 Winchelsea, Vic
  James Hume Cook James Hume Cook.jpg Bourke VIC Protectionist 1901–1910 1866–1942 Kihikihi, New Zealand
  Joseph Cook JosephCookPEO.jpg Parramatta NSW Free Trade 1901–1921 1860–1947 Silverdale, England Deputy Leader of the Opposition
  Samuel Cooke Samuel Cooke.jpg Wannon VIC Free Trade 1901–1903 1847–1929 Vic
  Richard Crouch YoungCrouch.JPG Corio VIC Protectionist 1901–1910
1929–1931
1868–1949 Ballarat East, Vic
  George Cruickshank George Cruickshank.jpg Gwydir NSW Protectionist 1901–1903 1853–1904 Dubbo, NSW
  Alfred Deakin AlfredDeakin.jpg Ballaarat VIC Protectionist 1901–1913 1856–1919 Melbourne, Vic Attorney-General (to 24 September 1903)
Prime Minister (from 24 September 1903)
Minister for External Affairs (from 24 September 1903)
  George Edwards George Edwards.jpg South Sydney NSW Free Trade 1901–1906
1910–1911
1855–1911 Hobart, Tas
  Richard Edwards Richard Edwards.jpg Oxley QLD Protectionist 1901–1913 1842–1915 Montgomeryshire, Wales
  Thomas Ewing Sir Thomas Ewing.jpg Richmond NSW Protectionist 1901–1910 1856–1920 Pitt Town, NSW
  Andrew Fisher Andrewfisher.JPG Wide Bay QLD Labour 1901–1915 1862–1928 Crosshouse, Scotland
  Sir John Forrest Swan WA Protectionist 1901–1918 1847–1918 Bunbury, WA Minister for Defence (to 10 August 1903)
Minister for Home Affairs (from 10 August 1903)
  James Fowler Jamesfowler.jpg Perth WA Labour 1901–1922 1863–1940 Strathaven, Scotland
  George Fuller Illawarra NSW Free Trade 1901–1913 1861–1940 Kiama, NSW
  Sir Philip Fysh Philip fysh.jpg Tasmania TAS Protectionist 1901–1910 1835–1919 Highbury, England Minister without portfolio (to 10 August 1903)
Postmaster-General (from 10 August 1903)
  Paddy Glynn Patrick Glynn1.jpg South Australia SA Free Trade 1901–1919 1855–1931 Gort, Ireland
  Arthur Groom Arthur Groom.jpg Flinders VIC Free Trade 1901–1903 1852–1922 Harefield, Tas
  William Groom Darling Downs QLD Protectionist 1901 1833–1901 Plymouth, England Died on 8 August 1901, triggering a by-election.
  Robert Harper Robert Harper (Australia).jpg Mernda VIC Protectionist 1901–1913 1842–1919 Glasgow, Scotland
  H. B. Higgins Hbhiggins.jpg Northern Melbourne VIC Protectionist 1901–1906 1851–1929 Newtownards, Ireland
  (Sir) Frederick Holder Frederick Holder1.jpg South Australia SA Free Trade (to 9 May 1901) 1901–1909 1850–1909 Happy Valley, SA Speaker of the House Relinquished party membership upon assuming the Speakership.
  Independent (from 9 May 1901)
  Billy Hughes Billy Hughes 1908.jpg West Sydney NSW Labour 1901–1952 1862–1952 London, England
  Isaac Isaacs Indi VIC Protectionist 1901–1906 1855–1948 Melbourne, Vic
  Thomas Kennedy Thomas Kennedy (Australia).jpg Moira VIC Protectionist 1901–1906 1860–1929 Gisborne, Vic
  Charles Kingston Charles Kingston.jpg South Australia SA Protectionist 1901–1908 1850–1908 Adelaide, SA Minister for Trade and Customs (to 24 July 1903)
  John Kirwan John Kirwan.jpg Kalgoorlie WA Free Trade 1901–1903 1869–1949 Liverpool, England
  William Knox William Knox.jpg Kooyong VIC Free Trade 1901–1910 1850–1913 Melbourne, Vic
  Sir William Lyne Williamlyne.jpg Hume NSW Protectionist 1901–1913 1844–1913 Asplawn, Tas Minister for Home Affairs (to 11 August 1903)
Minister for Trade and Customs (from 11 August 1903)
  Thomas Macdonald-Paterson Thomas Macdonald-Paterson.jpg Brisbane QLD Protectionist (to 1903) 1901–1903 1844–1906 Glasgow, Scotland Lost Protectionist endorsement and contested the next election as an independent.
  Independent (from 1903)
  Hugh Mahon Hugh mahon.jpg Coolgardie WA Labour 1901–1913
1913–1917
1919–1920
1857–1931 Killurin, Ireland
  Chester Manifold Chester Manifold.jpg Corangamite VIC Protectionist 1901–1903
1913–1918
1867–1918 Camperdown, Vic
  Samuel Mauger Samuel Mauger 2.jpg Melbourne Ports VIC Protectionist 1901–1910 1857–1936 Geelong, Vic
  James McCay James mccay.jpg Corinella VIC Protectionist 1901–1906 1864–1930 Ballynure, Ireland
  James McColl James McColl.jpg Echuca VIC Protectionist 1901–1906 1844–1929 South Shields, Vic Later a member of the Senate (1907–1914).
  Charles McDonald Charles McDonald.jpg Kennedy QLD Labour 1901–1925 1860–1925 North Melbourne, Vic
  Sir Malcolm McEacharn Malcolm McEacharn.jpg Melbourne VIC Protectionist 1901–1904 1852–1910 London, England
  Allan McLean 19Allanmclean.jpg Gippsland VIC Protectionist 1901–1906 1840–1911 Oban, Scotland
  Francis McLean Francis McLean.jpg Lang NSW Free Trade 1901–1903 1863–1926 Sydney, NSW
  Sir William McMillan William McMillan.jpg Wentworth NSW Free Trade 1901–1903 1850–1926 Derry, Ireland
  King O'Malley KingOMalley.jpg Tasmania TAS Labour 1901–1917 1858–1953 Valley Falls, USA (?) Elected as a Protectionist with Labour endorsement (there was no formal Labour Party in Tasmania), he joined the Labour Party when parliament sat.
  James Page James Page (Australia).jpg Maranoa QLD Labour 1901–1921 1861–1921 London, England
  Alexander Paterson Alexander Paterson.jpg Capricornia QLD Independent Free Trade 1901–1903 1844–1908 Greenock, Scotland
  Pharez Phillips Pharez Phillips.jpg Wimmera VIC Protectionist 1901–1906 1855–1914 Mt Blackwood, Vic
  Frederick Piesse Frederick W Piesse1.jpg Tasmania TAS Free Trade 1901–1902 1848–1902 Hobart, TAS Died on 6 March 1902, triggering a by-election.
  Alexander Poynton Alexander Poynton.jpg South Australia SA Free Trade 1901–1922 1853–1935 Castlemaine, Vic
  Sir John Quick Bendigo VIC Protectionist 1901–1913 1852–1932 Trevassa, England
  George Reid East Sydney NSW Free Trade 1901–1910 1845–1918 Johnstone, Scotland Leader of the Opposition Resigned on 18 August 1903, triggering a by-election, which he won on 4 September. Later a member of the British House of Commons (1916–1918).
  James Ronald James Ronald.jpg Southern Melbourne VIC Labour 1901–1906 1861–1941 Scotland
  Carty Salmon Charles Salmon.jpg Laanecoorie VIC Protectionist 1901–1913
1915–1917
1860–1917 Amherst, Vic
  William Sawers William Sawers.jpg New England NSW Protectionist 1901–1903 1844–1916 Stirlingshire, Scotland
  Thomas Skene Thomas Skene.jpg Grampians VIC Free Trade 1901–1906 1845–1910 Port Phillip, Vic
  Bruce Smith Parkes NSW Free Trade 1901–1919 1851–1937 Rotherhithe, England
  Sydney Smith SydneySmith (Australia).jpg Macquarie NSW Free Trade 1901–1906 1856–1934 Colyton, NSW
  Elias Solomon Elias Solomon.jpg Fremantle WA Free Trade 1901–1903 1839–1909 London, England
  Vaiben Solomon Vaiben Solomon1.jpg South Australia SA Free Trade 1901–1903 1853–1908 Adelaide, SA
  William Spence Darling NSW Labour 1901–1917
1917–1919
1846–1926 Eday, Scotland
  Josiah Thomas Barrier NSW Labour 1901–1917 1863–1933 Camborne, England Later a member of the Senate (1917–1923, 1925–1929).
  Dugald Thomson Dugald Thomson.jpg North Sydney NSW Free Trade 1901–1910 1849–1922 Camberwell, England
  Frank Tudor Yarra VIC Labour 1901–1922 1866–1922 Williamstown, Vic
  Sir George Turner Georgeturner.jpg Balaclava VIC Protectionist 1901–1906 1851–1916 Melbourne, Vic Treasurer
  David Watkins Newcastle NSW Labour 1901–1935 1865–1935 Wallsend, NSW
  Chris Watson ChrisWatsonSepia crop.jpg Bland NSW Labour 1901–1903 1857–1939 Valparaíso, Chile Leader of the Labour Party
  James Wilkinson James Wilkinson (Australian politician).jpg Moreton QLD Independent Labour 1901–1906 1854–1915 Ipswich, Qld
  William Wilks William Henry Wilks.jpg Dalley NSW Free Trade 1901–1910 1863–1940 Sydney, NSW
  Henry Willis Henry Willis.jpg Robertson NSW Free Trade 1901–1910 1860–1950 Port Adelaide, SA
Members elected at by-elections
  Littleton Groom Darling Downs QLD Protectionist 1901–1929
1931–1936
1867–1936 Toowoomba, Qld Elected at a by-election on 14 September 1901 to fill the casual vacancy caused by the death of his father William Groom.
  William Hartnoll William Hartnoll.jpg Tasmania TAS Free Trade 1902–1903 1841–1932 Longford, Tas Elected at a by-election on 26 March 1902 to fill the casual vacancy caused by the death of Frederick Piesse.

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