Electoral results for the district of Dulwich Hill

Dulwich Hill, an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales had two incarnations, from 1913 until 1920 and from 1927 until 1968.[1][2][3]

Election Member Party
1913   Tom Hoskins Liberal Reform
1917   Nationalist
 
Election Member Party
1927   John Ness Nationalist
1930   Frank Connors Labor
1932   John Ness United Australia
1935
1938   Guy Arkins United Australia
1941   George Weir Labor
1944
1947
1950
1953
1953 by   Cliff Mallam Labor
1956
1959
1962
1965

Election results

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Elections in the 1960s

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1965

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1965 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Cliff Mallam 11,144 54.3 −3.3
Liberal Russell Carter 9,387 45.7 +3.3
Total formal votes 20,531 98.2 −0.4
Informal votes 381 1.8 +0.4
Turnout 20,912 91.2 −1.2
Labor hold Swing −3.3

1962

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1962 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Cliff Mallam 12,703 57.6 +5.3
Liberal William Bellenger 9,340 42.4 −0.4
Total formal votes 22,043 98.6
Informal votes 302 1.4
Turnout 22,345 92.4
Labor hold Swing +4.3

Elections in the 1950s

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1959

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1959 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Cliff Mallam 11,733 52.3
Liberal Joseph Hollis 9,601 42.8
Democratic Labor Owen Cahill 1,104 4.9
Total formal votes 22,438 98.4
Informal votes 372 1.6
Turnout 22,810 93.8
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Cliff Mallam 11,954 53.3
Liberal Joseph Hollis 10,484 46.7
Labor hold Swing

1956

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1956 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Cliff Mallam 10,507 52.7 −9.7
Liberal Lionel Corner 9,436 47.3 +9.7
Total formal votes 19,943 98.4 +0.5
Informal votes 326 1.6 −0.5
Turnout 20,269 92.3 −1.3
Labor hold Swing −9.7

1953 by-election

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1953 Dulwich Hill by-election
Saturday 20 June [8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Cliff Mallam 10,886 53.01 −9.43
Liberal William Ness 9,182 44.71 +7.15
Independent John Sheehan 468 2.28
Total formal votes 20,536 98.50 +0.57
Informal votes 312 1.50 −0.57
Turnout 20,848 86.69 −6.88
Labor hold Swing N/A
George Weir (Labor) resigned to accept an appointment as a judge of the New South Wales Industrial Commission.[9]

1953

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1953 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor George Weir 13,626 62.4
Liberal Basil Mottershead 8,196 37.6
Total formal votes 21,822 97.9
Informal votes 461 2.1
Turnout 22,283 93.6
Labor hold Swing

1950

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1950 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor George Weir 12,732 54.3
Liberal Leslie Parr 10,732 45.7
Total formal votes 23,464 98.7
Informal votes 300 1.3
Turnout 23,764 91.9
Labor hold Swing

Elections in the 1940s

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1947

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1947 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor George Weir 11,931 54.1 +9.8
Liberal John Adamson 10,105 45.9 +14.8
Total formal votes 22,036 98.7 +1.7
Informal votes 300 1.3 −1.7
Turnout 22,336 94.9 +2.1
Labor hold Swing -2.3

1944

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1944 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor George Weir 8,959 44.3 −12.6
Democratic Sidney Turner 6,297 31.1 −12.0
Lang Labor Henry Ritchie 3,181 15.7 +15.7
Independent John Laxton 1,798 8.9 +8.9
Total formal votes 20,235 97.0 −1.2
Informal votes 625 3.0 +1.2
Turnout 20,860 92.8 −0.7
Two-party-preferred result
Labor George Weir 11,408 56.4 −0.5
Democratic Sidney Turner 8,827 43.6 +0.5
Labor hold Swing -0.5

1941

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1941 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor George Weir 11,370 56.9
United Australia Guy Arkins 8,604 43.1
Total formal votes 19,974 98.2
Informal votes 363 1.8
Turnout 20,337 93.5
Labor gain from United Australia Swing

Elections in the 1930s

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1938

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1938 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Australia Guy Arkins 7,364 36.7 −25.2
Labor Leslie Morrow 6,992 34.9 −3.2
United Australia Ronald McCredie 5,686 28.4 +28.4
Total formal votes 20,042 98.4 +0.2
Informal votes 326 1.6 −0.2
Turnout 20,368 96.5 −0.2
Two-party-preferred result
United Australia Guy Arkins 12,497 62.3 +0.4
Labor Leslie Morrow 7,545 37.7 −0.4
United Australia hold Swing +0.4

1935

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1935 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Australia John Ness 12,074 61.9 +16.8
Labor (NSW) Frank Connors 7,429 38.1 +6.2
Total formal votes 19,503 98.2 −0.7
Informal votes 359 1.8 +0.7
Turnout 19,862 96.7 +0.5
United Australia hold Swing +0.4

1932

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1932 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Australia John Ness 8,679 45.1 −3.1
Labor (NSW) Frank Connors 6,151 31.9 −19.5
Ind. United Australia Francis Pascoe 2,679 13.9 +13.9
Federal Labor William Long 1,746 9.1 +9.1
Total formal votes 19,255 98.9 +0.7
Informal votes 206 1.1 −0.7
Turnout 19,461 96.2 +2.2
Two-party-preferred result
United Australia John Ness 11,840 61.5 +13.2
Labor (NSW) Frank Connors 7,415 38.5 −13.2
United Australia gain from Labor (NSW) Swing +13.2

1930

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1930 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labor Frank Connors 9,558 51.4
Nationalist John Ness (defeated) 8,970 48.2
Communist Edna Kavanagh 75 0.4
Total formal votes 18,603 98.2
Informal votes 338 1.8
Turnout 18,941 94.0
Labor gain from Nationalist Swing

Elections in the 1920s

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1927

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1927 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Nationalist John Ness 6,584 44.3
Labor Thomas Gilson 5,258 35.4
Ind. Nationalist Tom Hoskins (defeated) 2,887 19.4
Independent Donald Croal 131 0.9
Total formal votes 14,860 97.8
Informal votes 331 2.2
Turnout 15,191 87.0
Two-party-preferred result
Nationalist John Ness 8,427 59.8
Labor Thomas Gilson 5,662 40.2
Nationalist win (new seat)

Elections in the 1910s

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1917

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1917 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Nationalist Tom Hoskins 6,098 68.8 +9.3
Labor Joseph Cahill 2,765 31.2 −7.4
Total formal votes 8,863 99.5 +1.5
Informal votes 43 0.5 −1.5
Turnout 8,906 61.6 −10.0
Nationalist hold Swing +9.3

1913

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1913 New South Wales state election: Dulwich Hill[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Tom Hoskins 5,316 59.5
Labor Arthur Jones 3,454 38.6
Independent Harrie McConnell 107 1.2
National Progressive Evan Prosser 61 0.7
Total formal votes 8,938 98.0
Informal votes 181 2.0
Turnout 9,119 71.6
Liberal Reform win (new seat)

References

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