Division of Laanecoorie
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The Division of Laanecoorie was an Australian electoral division in the state of Victoria. It was located in the centre of the state, covering the towns of Creswick, Maldon and Maryborough, and later Castlemaine. It was named after the town of Laanecoorie.
Australian House of Representatives Division
The division was proclaimed in 1900, and was one of the original 65 divisions to be contested at the first federal election. It was abolished at the redistribution of 1 February 1913. It was held by one member, Carty Salmon, who was the second Speaker of the Australian House of Representatives from 1909 to 1910.
|Protectionist||29 March 1901 –
26 May 1909
|Previously held the Victorian Legislative Assembly seat of Talbot and Avoca. Served as Speaker during the Deakin Government. Failed to win a Senate seat after Laanecoorie was abolished in 1913. Later elected to the Division of Grampians in 1915|
|Commonwealth Liberal||26 May 1909 –|
23 April 1913