Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1894–1895

This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly who served in the 16th parliament of New South Wales from 1894 to 1895 They were elected at the 1894 colonial election on 17 July 1894.[1][2][3] The Speaker was Sir Joseph Palmer Abbott.

Name Party  Electorate Term in office
Joseph Abbott   Free Trade Newtown-Camperdown 1888–1895
Sir Joseph Palmer Abbott   Protectionist Wentworth 1880–1901
William Affleck   Free Trade Yass 1894–1904
George Anderson   Ind. Free Trade Waterloo 1894–1904
James Ashton   Free Trade Hay 1894–1907
John Barnes   Protectionist Gundagai 1889–1904
Thomas Bavister   Free Trade Ashfield 1891–1898
George Black   Independent Labour Sydney-Gipps 1891–1898 1910–1917
Herbert Brown   Ind. Free Trade Durham 1875–1898
Thomas Brown   Independent Labour Condoublin 1894–1901 1913–1917
James Brunker   Free Trade East Maitland 1880–1904
Angus Cameron   Free Trade Waverley 1874–1889 1894–1896
Alexander Campbell   Ind. Protectionist Kiama 1894–1904
Archibald Campbell   Free Trade Illawarra 1891–1903
John Cann   Labour Broken Hill 1891–1916
James Carroll   Ind. Protectionist Lachlan 1894–1904
Joseph Carruthers   Free Trade St George 1887–1908
John Chanter   Protectionist Deniliquin 1885–1901
Austin Chapman   Protectionist Braidwood 1891–1901
Henry Chapman   Free Trade Sydney-Fitzroy 1894–1895 1898–1901
Edward Clark 2   Free Trade Willoughby 1891–1904 1907–1910
Francis Clarke   Protectionist Hastings and Macleay 1893–1898 1900–1901
Charles Collins   Free Trade Narrabri 1885– 1887 1890–1898
Joseph Cook   Independent Labour / Free Trade [a] Hartley 1891–1901
Henry Copeland   Protectionist Armidale 1877–1883, 1883–1895, 1895–1900
Paddy Crick   Protectionist West Macquarie 1889–1906
George Cruickshank   Protectionist Inverell 1889–1901
Joseph Cullen 2   Free Trade Willoughby 1891–1894
Thomas Davis   Labour Sydney-Pyrmont 1891–1898
Sir George Dibbs   Protectionist Tamworth 1874–1877, 1882–1895
William Dick   Free Trade Newcastle East 1894–1907
Denis Donnelly   Protectionist Cowra 1891–1896
Alfred Edden   Independent Labour Kahibah 1891–1920
James Ellis   Free Trade Newcastle West 1882–1885 1887–1889 1894–1895
Thomas Ewing   Protectionist Lismore 1885–1901
Frank Farnell   Free Trade Ryde 1887–1898 1901–1903
John Fegan   Free Trade Wickham 1891–1907 1920–1922
William Ferguson   Labour Sturt 1894–1904
Robert Fitzgerald   Protectionist Robertson 1885–1901
Thomas Fitzpatrick   Protectionist Murrumbidgee 1894–1904
Robert Fowler   Free Trade Sydney-Phillip 1894–1895
Albert Gardiner   Labour Ashburnham 1891–1895 1904–1907
Jacob Garrard   Free Trade Sherbrooke 1880–1898
John Gillies   Ind. Free Trade West Maitland 1891–1911
James Gormly   Protectionist Wagga Wagga 1885–1904
Albert Gould   Free Trade Singleton 1882–1898
James Graham   Free Trade Sydney-Belmore 1894–1901 1907–1910
George Greene 1   Free Trade Grenfell 1889–1891 1894 1895–1898
Arthur Griffith   Labour Waratah 1894–1903 1904–1920
Matthew Harris   Free Trade Sydney-Denison 1894–1901
Thomas Hassall   Protectionist Moree 1886–1901
John Hawthorne   Ind. Free Trade Leichhardt 1885–1891 1894–1904
James Hayes   Protectionist Murray 1885–1904
John Haynes   Free Trade Wellington 1887–1904 1915–1917
Patrick Hogan   Protectionist Raleigh 1885–1887 1889–1895
James Hogue   Free Trade Glebe 1894–1910
Leslie Hollis   Free Trade Goulburn 1891–1898
Billy Hughes   Labour Sydney-Lang 1894–1901
Llewellyn Jones   Ind. Free Trade Petersham 1894–1898
Robert Jones   Free Trade Mudgee 1891–1998 1907–1910
Travers Jones   Protectionist Tumut 1885–1891 1894–1898
Joseph Kelly 3   Protectionist Tweed 1894–1898
John Kidd   Protectionist Camden 1880–1882 1885–1887 1889–1904
John Kirkpatrick   Labour Gunnedah 1891–1895
Adrian Knox   Ind. Free Trade Woollahra 1894–1898
Sydney Law   Labour Balmain South 1894–1907
Charles Lee   Free Trade Tenterfield 1884–1920
Samuel Lees   Free Trade Nepean 1887–1895 1898–1901
Robert Levien   Protectionist Quirindi 1880–1889, 1889–1913
Michael Loughnane 1   Labour Grenfell 1894–1895
William Lyne   Protectionist Hume 1880–1901
Hugh Macdonald   Labour Coonamble 1894–1906
James Mackay 4   Protectionist Boorowa 1895–1899
William Mahony   Free Trade Annandale 1894–1910
James Martin   Free Trade Sydney-Bligh 1889–1895
William McCourt 5   Free Trade Bowral 1882–1885 1887–1913
John McFarlane   Protectionist Clarence 1887–1915
James McGowen   Labour Redfern 1891–1917
Francis McLean   Free Trade Marrickville 1894–1901
William McMillan   Free Trade Burwood 1887–1898
William Millard   Free Trade Moruya 1894–1920 1920–1921
Edward Millen   Free Trade Bourke 1894–1898
Gus Miller   Protectionist Monaro 1889–1918
Edmund Molesworth   Free Trade Newtown-Erskine 1889–1901
Samuel Moore   Free Trade Bingara 1885–1910
James Morgan   Protectionist Dubbo 1891–1895
William Morgan   Ind. Free Trade Hawkesbury 1894–1901
Philip Morton   Free Trade Shoalhaven 1889–1898
Harry Newman   Free Trade Orange 1891–1904
John Nicholson   Independent Labour Woronora 1891–1917
Dowell O'Reilly   Ind. Free Trade Parramatta 1894–1898
Edward O'Sullivan   Protectionist Queanbeyan 1885–1910
Sir Henry Parkes   Free Trade St Leonards 1856, 1858, 1859–1861, 1864–1870, 1872–1895
Varney Parkes 6   Free Trade Canterbury 1885–1888, 1891–1900 1907–1913
John Perry   Protectionist Ballina 1889–1920
William Piddington   Ind. Free Trade Uralla-Walcha 1894–1900
Richard Price   Protectionist Gloucester 1894–1904 1907–1922
Robert Pyers   Ind. Protectionist Richmond 1894–1904
Thomas Rawlinson   Ind. Protectionist Bega 1894–1895
George Reid   Free Trade Sydney-King 1880–1884 1885–1901
William Rigg   Ind. Free Trade Newtown-St Peters 1894–1901
Thomas Rose   Protectionist Argyle 1891–1904
Andrew Ross   Protectionist Molong 1880–1904
William Schey   Independent Labour Darlington 1887–1898
John See   Protectionist Grafton 1880–1904
William Shipway   Free Trade Paddington 1894–1895
Thomas Slattery 4   Protectionist Boorowa 1880–1885 1887–1895
Richard Sleath   Labour Wilcannia 1894–1904
George Smailes   Labour Granville 1894–1898
Sydney Smith   Free Trade Bathurst 1882–1898 1900
William Stephen   Ind. Free Trade Botany 1887–1891 1894–1895
Richard Stevenson   Protectionist Northumberland 1886–1895 1898–1899
David Storey   Free Trade Randwick 1894–1920
Josiah Thomas   Independent Labour Alma 1894–1901
Dugald Thomson   Free Trade Warringah 1894–1901
James Tonkin   Free Trade Macquarie 1887–1895
Thomas Waddell   Protectionist Cobar 1887–1917
William Wall   Protectionist Rylstone 1886–1895
David Watkins   Labour Wallsend 1894–1901
Chris Watson   Labour Young 1894–1901
Samuel Whiddon   Free Trade Sydney-Cook 1894–1904
John Wilkinson   Protectionist Albury 1889–1895
Bill Wilks   Free Trade Balmain North 1894–1901
John Willard 3   Labour Tweed 1894–1895
William Willis   Protectionist Barwon 1889–1904
Bernhard Wise   Free Trade Sydney-Flinders 1887–1889 1891–1895 1898–1900
William Wood   Independent Labour Eden-Bombala 1894–1913
Francis Wright   Protectionist Glen Innes 1882–1885, 1889–1903
James Young   Free Trade Manning 1880–1901 1904–1907

By-elections

Under the constitution, ministers were required to resign to recontest their seats in a by-election when appointed. These by-elections are only noted when the minister was defeated; in general, he was elected unopposed.[4]

# Electorate Departing Member Party  Reason for By-election Date of By-election Winner of By-election Party 
1 Grenfell George Greene   Free Trade Election result voided on appeal (no by-election) 25 October 1894 Michael Loughnane   Labour
2 Willoughby Joseph Cullen   Free Trade Financial difficulty 30 November 1894 Edward Clark   Free Trade
3 Tweed John Willard   Labour Not a resident of NSW 29 November 1894 Joseph Kelly   Protectionist
4 Boorowa Thomas Slattery   Protectionist Unknown resignation 15 January 1895 James Mackay   Protectionist
5 Bowral William McCourt   Protectionist Unknown resignation 19 February 1895 William McCourt   Protectionist
6 Canterbury Varney Parkes   Free Trade Unknown resignation 14 June 1895 Varney Parkes   Free Trade

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Despite being the inaugural Labour Leader in the previous parliament, Joseph Cook stood as an independent Labour candidate in the 1884 election and became the Postmaster General in George Reid's Free Trade government.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Green, Antony. "1894 Elected members". New South Wales Election Results 1856-2007. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 14 April 2020.
  2. ^ "Former members of the New South Wales Parliament, 1856–2006". New South Wales Parliament. Retrieved 14 April 2020.
  3. ^ "Part 5B - Members returned for each electorate" (PDF). New South Wales Parliamentary Record. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 14 April 2020.
  4. ^ Green, Antony. "Results of 1894–95 by-elections". New South Wales Election Results 1856-2007. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 6 May 2020.