34th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 34th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between 1906 and 1911.

The Liberal Party led by George Henry Murray formed the government.

Edward Matthew Farrell was named speaker.

The assembly was dissolved on May 15, 1911.

List of MembersEdit

Electoral District Name Party
Annapolis County O. T. Daniels Liberal
Joseph A. Bancroft Liberal
Antigonish County Christopher P. Chisholm Liberal
Fred Robert Trotter Liberal
County of Cape Breton Arthur Samuel Kendall Liberal
Neil J. Gillis Liberal
Colchester County William D. Hill Liberal
B.F. Pearson Liberal
Cumberland County Elisha B. Paul Liberal
W. T. Pipes[1]

Joshua H. Livingston (1909)

Digby County Ambrose H. Comeau[2]

Joseph Willie Comeau (1907)

Angus M. Gidney[3]

Allen Ellsworth Wall (1910)[4]
Harry Hatheway Marshall (1911)

Guysborough County James F. Ellis Liberal
William Whitman Liberal
Halifax County David McPherson Liberal
G. E. Faulkner Liberal
Robert E. Finn Liberal
Hants County Arthur Drysdale[5]

James O'Brien (1907)

Charles S. Wilcox[1]

Albert Parsons (1909)

Inverness County James McDonald Liberal
C. E. MacMillan Liberal-Conservative
Kings County Brenton H. Dodge[6]

Harry H. Wickwire (1910)

C. A. Campbell Independent
Lunenburg County Charles U. Mader Liberal
Henry A. March[7]

Alexander K. MacLean (1909)[8]
Alfred Clairmonte Zwicker (1911)

Pictou County Robert M. McGregor Liberal
Charles Elliott Tanner[4]

Robert Hugh MacKay (1909)



J. M. Baillie
Queens County Edward M. Farrell[2]

William Lorimer Hall (1910)



Charles F. Cooper Liberal
Richmond County Charles P. Bissett Liberal
Felix Landry Liberal-Conservative
Shelburne County Moses H. Nickerson Liberal
Robert Irwin Liberal
Victoria County George Henry Murray Liberal
John G. Morrison[7]

Angus A. Buchanan (1909)

Yarmouth County Ernest H. Armstrong Liberal
Henry S. LeBlanc Liberal


  1. ^ a b died in 1909
  2. ^ a b named to Senate
  3. ^ named customs collector for Digby
  4. ^ a b resigned to run for federal seat
  5. ^ named judge
  6. ^ died in 1910
  7. ^ a b resigned seat
  8. ^ elected to federal seat


  • Government of Nova Scotia. "Election Summary From 1867 - 2006" (PDF). Elections Statistics. Elections Nova Scotia. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-09-12. Retrieved 2008-07-20.
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