1928 Brisbane City Council election

The 1928 Brisbane City Council election was held on 18 February 1928 to elect the Lord Mayor and councillors for each of the 20 wards of the City of Brisbane.[1]

1928 Brisbane City Council elections
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20 seats on the Brisbane City Council

Lord Mayor of Brisbane before election

William Jolly
Nationalist Civic Party

Subsequent Lord Mayor

William Jolly
Nationalist Civic Party

ResultsEdit

The ruling United Party changed its name to Nationalist Civic Party during the preceding term.[2]

Ward[1] Party Councillor
Brisbane Labor W. T. King
Bulimba
Buranda Labor A. Laurie
Enoggera
Fortitude Valley Labor J. P. Keogh
Ithaca Nationalist Civic Party W. R. Warmington
Kelvin Grove Labor J. Tait
Kurilpa Nationalist Civic Party E. Barstow
Logan Nationalist Civic Party J. Soden
Maree Nationalist Civic Party L. W. Luckins
Merthyr Nationalist Civic Party A. M. Oxlade
Nundah Independent F. W. Bradbury
Oxley Nationalist Civic Party F. A. Stimpson
Paddington Labor John Fihelly
Sandgate Independent W. F. Schulz
South Brisbane Nationalist Civic Party R. W. H. Long
Toombul Nationalist Civic Party C. W. Campbell
Toowong Nationalist Civic Party Archibald Watson
Windsor Nationalist Civic Party T. Prentice
Wynnum Nationalist Civic Party Bill Dart

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Nationalists' Civic Regime Emphatically Approved. - LABOUR MAKES NO HEADWAY. BALANCE OF POWER MAINTAINED. MAYOR JOLLY'S HUGE MAJORITY. | SOLID VOTING IN CONTINUOUS RAIN. - The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) - 20 Feb 1928". Trove. Retrieved 26 March 2017.
  2. ^ Laverty, John. Australian Dictionary of Biography. National Centre of Biography, Australian National University. Retrieved 28 June 2018 – via Australian Dictionary of Biography.