Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1907–1908

This is a list of members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly as elected at the 15 March 1907 election and subsequent by-elections up to the election of 29 December 1908.[1]

Note the "Term in Office" refers to that members term(s) in the Assembly, not necessarily for that electorate.
21st Parliament
Name Party[2] Electorate Term in Office
Frank Anstey Labor Brunswick 1902–1910
Reginald Argyle Anti-Socialist Dalhousie 1900–1914
Norman Bayles Anti-Socialist Toorak 1906–1920
William Beazley Labor Abbotsford 1889–1912
George Bennett [a] Richmond 1889–1908
Thomas Bent Anti-Socialist / Reform Brighton 1871–1894; 1900–1909
Alfred Billson Anti-Socialist Ovens 1901–1902; 1904–1927
John Billson Labor Fitzroy 1900–1924
John Bowser Anti-Socialist Wangaratta 1894–1929
James Boyd non-Labor Melbourne 1901–1908
Frederick Bromley [b] Carlton 1892–1908
Ewen Hugh Cameron Anti-Socialist Evelyn 1874–1914
James Cameron Anti-Socialist Gippsland East 1902–1920
Hugh Campbell Anti-Socialist Glenelg 1906–1920
John Carlisle Anti-Socialist Benalla 1903–1927
Albert Craven Anti-Socialist Benambra 1889–1913
John Cullen Anti-Socialist Gunbower 1901–1911
Alfred Downward Anti-Socialist Mornington 1894–1929
James Francis Duffus Port Fairy 1894–1908; 1911–1914
George Elmslie Labor Albert Park 1902–1918
James Farrer Anti-Socialist Barwon 1906–1917
Charles Forrest Anti-Socialist Polwarth 1886–1894; 1897–1911
Thomas Glass Labor Bendigo East 1907–1911
George Graham Anti-Socialist Goulburn Valley 1884–1914
John Gray Anti-Socialist Swan Hill 1904–1917
William Gurr Geelong 1894–1902; 1907–1908
Albert Harris Anti-Socialist Walhalla 1883–1910
George Holden Independent Warrenheip 1900–1913
Thomas Hunt Upper Goulburn 1874–1892; 1903–1908
William Hutchinson Anti-Socialist Borung 1902–1920
William Keast Independent Dandenong 1900–1917
Hubert Patrick Keogh Gippsland North 1901–1908
Joseph Kirton Ballarat West 1889–1894; 1894–1904; 1907–1908
Thomas Langdon Anti-Socialist Korong 1880–1889; 1892–1914
Harry Lawson Anti-Socialist Castlemaine and Maldon 1900–1928
John Lemmon Labor Williamstown 1904–1955
Thomas Livingston Anti-Socialist Gippsland South 1902–1922
Peter McBride Anti-Socialist Kara Kara 1897–1913
Robert McCutcheon Anti-Socialist St Kilda 1902–1917
Charles McGrath Labor Grenville 1904–1913
Robert McGregor Anti-Socialist Ballarat East 1894–1924
Hugh McKenzie Anti-Socialist Rodney 1904–1917
John Mackey Anti-Socialist Gippsland West 1902–1924
Donald Mackinnon Anti-Socialist Prahran 1900–1920
Donald McLeod Anti-Socialist Daylesford 1900–1923
Frank Madden Anti-Socialist Boroondara 1894–1917
John Walker Mason Waranga 1897–1902; 1907–1908
James Membrey Labor Jika Jika 1907–1917
John Murray Independent Warrnambool 1884–1916
David Oman Anti-Socialist Hampden 1900–1927
Alfred Richard Outtrim Labor Maryborough 1885–1902; 1904–1920
Alexander Peacock Anti-Socialist Allandale 1889–1933
George Prendergast Labor North Melbourne 1894–1897; 1900–1926; 1927–1937
Andrew Robertson Anti-Socialist Bulla 1903–1924
George Sangster Labor Port Melbourne 1894–1915
David Smith Labor Bendigo West 1904–1924
Robert Stanley Anti-Socialist Lowan 1900–1904; 1906–1911
George Swinburne Anti-Socialist Hawthorn 1902–1913
John Thomson Anti-Socialist Dundas 1892–1900; 1902–1914
Richard Toutcher Independent Stawell and Ararat 1897–1935
Tom Tunnecliffe Labor Eaglehawk 1903–1904; 1907–1920; 1921–1947
Edward Warde Labor Flemington 1900–1925
William Watt Independent Essendon 1897–1900; 1902–1914
Henry Weedon Anti-Socialist East Melbourne 1907–1911
Edgar Wilkins Collingwood 1892–1908

Thomas Bent was Premier, Treasurer and Minister for Railways. Frank Madden was Speaker, Albert Craven was Chairman of Committees.

[a] Bennett died 8 September 1908; replaced by Ted Cotter in October 1908.
[b] Bromley died 29 September 1908; replaced by Robert Solly in October 1908.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Elections since 1856". Parliament of Victoria. Retrieved 13 May 2014.
  2. ^ "State Elections". The Argus. Melbourne. 30 December 1908.