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The electorate is urban, and comprises a number of suburbs in the west of Dunedin.
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The electorate existed in the 19th century from 1881 to 1890. It was represented by:
The electorate was recreated, from 1908 to 1946. Stewart's son, also called William Downie Stewart, represented the electorate from 1914 to 1935, when he was defeated.
In 1984 the electorate was recreated again, until the introduction of MMP in 1996. Clive Matthewson represented the electorate from 1984 to 1996. He left the New Zealand Labour Party in 1995, and was one of the founders of the United New Zealand party.
|1881 election||Thomas Dick|
|1884 election||William Downie Stewart|
|(Electorate abolished 1890–1908, see Dunedin)|
|1908 election||John A. Millar|
|1914 election||William Downie Stewart, Jr.|
|1935 election||Gervan McMillan|
|1943 election||Philip Connolly|
|(Electorate abolished 1946–1984)|
|1984 election||Clive Matthewson|
- New Zealand Parliamentary Record 1840-1984 by J. O. Wilson (1985, 4th edition, Government Printer, Wellington)
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