Results of the 1894 New South Wales colonial election

New South Wales colonial election, 17 July 1894 [1]
Legislative Assembly
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Enrolled voters 255,802
Votes cast 200,956 Turnout 78.56 +19.48
Informal votes 3,310 Informal 1.62 −0.38
Summary of votes by party
Party Primary votes % Swing Seats Change
  Free Trade 60,966 30.34 −6.15 50 +6
  Protectionist 55,652 27.69 −8.81 37 −15
  Labor 33,143 16.49 −4.13 15 −20
  Ind. Free Trade 23,324 11.61 +7.91 11 +7
  Ind. Protectionist 14,434 7.18 +5.17 4 ±0
  Independent Labor 11,504 5.72 +5.30 8 +7
  Independent 1,933 0.96 −0.71 0 −1
Total 200,956     125  

The 1894 New South Wales colonial election was for 125 electoral districts, with each district returning one member. The election was conducted on the basis of a simple majority or first-past-the-post voting system. There were three significant changes from the 1891 election, the abolition of multi-member constituencies, the abolition of plural voting where an elector had property or residence in more than one electorate and that polls for every district were held on the same day.[2] The number of seats was reduced from 141 to 125.[3][4] In this election, in 74 electorates the winning candidate received less than 50% of the votes, while 1 was uncontested.[1] The average number of enrolled voters per electorate was 2,046, ranging from Lismore (1,360) to Marrickville (2,924).[5]

Election resultsEdit

AlburyEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Albury[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist John Wilkinson 842 51.9
Free Trade William Hall 782 48.2
Total formal votes 1,624 99.1
Informal votes 15 0.9
Turnout 1,639 85.3
Protectionist hold  

AlmaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Alma[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Josiah Thomas 1,442 79.0
Protectionist Thomas Coombe 313 17.1
Independent Charles Pound 71 3.9
Total formal votes 1,826 98.8
Informal votes 22 1.2
Turnout 1,848 89.8
Labour win (new seat)

AnnandaleEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Annandale[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade William Mahony 657 35.3
Labour Alexander Duncan 527 28.3
Ind. Protectionist Thomas Larkin 271 14.6
Protectionist John Young 259 13.9
Ind. Free Trade William Pritchard 149 8.0
Total formal votes 1,863 99.1
Informal votes 17 0.9
Turnout 1,880 83.7
Free Trade win (new seat)

ArgyleEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Argyle[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Thomas Rose 859 56.4
Free Trade Henry Gannon 665 43.6
Total formal votes 1,524 98.3
Informal votes 26 1.7
Turnout 1,550 78.6
Protectionist win (previously 2 members)

Thomas Rose (Protectionist) was one of two sitting members for Argyle. The second member, William Holborow (Free Trade), did not contest the election.

ArmidaleEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Armidale[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Henry Copeland 820 38.4
Free Trade Edmund Lonsdale 684 32.0
Labour George Beeby 632 29.6
Total formal votes 2,136 99.4
Informal votes 14 0.7
Turnout 2,150 84.3
Protectionist win (new seat)

Henry Copeland (Protectionist) and Edmund Lonsdale (Free Trade) were sitting members for New England. The third member for New England, James Inglis (Free Trade) did not contest the election.

AshburnhamEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Ashburnham[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labour Albert Gardiner 577 31.9
Protectionist Alfred Stokes 530 29.3
Ind. Free Trade George Hutchinson 386 21.3
Labour John Hanney 195 10.8
Ind. Free Trade Thomas Spencer 121 6.7
Total formal votes 1,809 97.9
Informal votes 39 2.1
Turnout 1,848 83.3
Independent Labour win (new seat)

AshfieldEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Ashfield[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Thomas Bavister 1,000 51.4
Independent Mark Hammond 867 44.6
Labour Robert Thomson 64 3.3
Ind. Free Trade Thomas Evans 13 0.7
Total formal votes 1,944 99.1
Informal votes 17 0.9
Turnout 1,961 82.1
Free Trade win (new seat)

BallinaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Ballina[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist John Perry 674 56.4
Labour Alexander Hill 221 18.5
Ind. Protectionist George Martin 201 16.8
Ind. Protectionist Siegfried Sohn 81 6.8
Ind. Protectionist Samuel Dutton 18 1.5
Total formal votes 1,195 99.1
Informal votes 11 0.9
Turnout 1,206 78.2
Protectionist win (new seat)

Balmain NorthEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Balmain North[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Bill Wilks 999 45.1
Protectionist William Murphy 618 27.9
Labour Samuel Kirby 340 15.4
Ind. Free Trade James Wheeler 258 11.7
Total formal votes 2,215 99.0
Informal votes 22 1.0
Turnout 2,237 84.2
Free Trade win (new seat)

Balmain SouthEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Balmain South[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sydney Law 775 34.7
Protectionist James Johnston 727 32.5
Free Trade George Clubb 716 32.1
Ind. Free Trade George Maclean 16 0.7
Total formal votes 2,234 98.2
Informal votes 41 1.8
Turnout 2,275 83.7
Labour win (new seat)

The BarwonEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Barwon[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist William Willis 507 40.4
Independent Labour Donald Macdonell 505 40.3
Free Trade Richard Machattie 104 8.3
Ind. Free Trade Langloh Parker 93 7.4
Labour Samuel Rosa 43 3.4
Ind. Protectionist Pratrick Griffin 2 0.2
Total formal votes 1,254 98.0
Informal votes 26 2.0
Turnout 1,280 78.3
Protectionist win (new seat)

The Barwon consisted of part of Bourke and parts of the abolished districts of The Bogan and The Namoi.[3][4] William Willis (Protectionist) was one of the members for Bourke.

BathurstEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Bathurst[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Sydney Smith 995 49.7
Protectionist Francis Suttor 767 38.3
Independent Labour James Walker 241 12.0
Total formal votes 2,003 99.0
Informal votes 21 1.0
Turnout 2,024 84.2
Free Trade gain from Protectionist  

BegaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Bega[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Protectionist Thomas Rawlinson 717 41.3
Protectionist James Garvan 616 35.5
Free Trade William Neilley 349 20.1
Ind. Free Trade Peter Wood 55 3.2
Total formal votes 1,737 98.5
Informal votes 27 1.5
Turnout 1,764 86.9
Ind. Protectionist win (new seat)

BingaraEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Bingara[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Samuel Moore 751 50.2
Protectionist William Dowel 533 35.6
Ind. Free Trade Herbert Clark 111 7.4
Ind. Free Trade Robert Buist 96 6.4
Independent Labour Thomas Jones 5 0.3
Total formal votes 1,496 97.0
Informal votes 47 3.1
Turnout 1,543 76.4
Free Trade win (new seat)

BoorowaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Boorowa[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Thomas Slattery 773 53.6
Labour James Toomey 668 46.4
Total formal votes 1,441 97.6
Informal votes 35 2.4
Turnout 1,476 80.1
Protectionist hold  

BotanyEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Botany[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade William Stephen 632 37.9
Labour John Dacey 611 36.6
Ind. Free Trade James Macfadyen 295 17.7
Protectionist Francis Luland 130 7.8
Total formal votes 1,668 98.5
Informal votes 26 1.5
Turnout 1,694 83.4
Ind. Free Trade win (new seat)

BourkeEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Bourke[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Edward Millen 469 42.3
Independent Labour Hugh Langwell 358 32.3
Protectionist William Davis 282 25.4
Total formal votes 1,109 98.7
Informal votes 15 1.3
Turnout 1,124 67.1
Free Trade win (previously 3 members)

Bourke was reduced in size and parts were given to the new districts of Cobar and The Barwon.[3][4] Hugh Langwell (Independent Labour) was one of the members for Bourke. Of the other two members, Thomas Waddell (Protectionist) successfully contested Cobar and William Willis (Protectionist) successfully contested The Barwon.

BowralEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Bowral[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade William McCourt 846 56.3
Protectionist John Walters 338 22.5
Ind. Free Trade William Richards 250 16.6
Ind. Free Trade Henry Taylor 68 4.5
Total formal votes 1,502 99.1
Informal votes 14 0.9
Turnout 1,516 81.7
Free Trade win (new seat)

BraidwoodEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Braidwood[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Austin Chapman 1,192 78.8
Ind. Free Trade Alfred Hitchens 279 18.4
Free Trade Adolph Shadler 42 2.8
Total formal votes 1,513 98.9
Informal votes 17 1.1
Turnout 1,530 79.0
Protectionist hold  

Broken HillEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Broken Hill[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Cann 1,123 72.6
Protectionist Wyman Brown 423 27.4
Total formal votes 1,546 98.9
Informal votes 17 1.1
Turnout 1,563 86.2
Labour win (new seat)

BurwoodEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Burwood[26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade William McMillan 932 56.9
Labour John Quinnen 340 20.7
Ind. Free Trade Griffith Russell-Jones 192 11.7
Ind. Free Trade William Dumbrell 82 5.0
Protectionist Frederick Gipps 58 3.5
Ind. Free Trade Adam Pringle 35 2.1
Total formal votes 1,639 99.3
Informal votes 12 0.7
Turnout 1,651 82.7
Free Trade win (new seat)

CamdenEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Camden[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist John Kidd 869 43.9
Free Trade William Cullen 644 32.5
Independent Labour Edward Griffiths 467 23.6
Total formal votes 1,980 99.1
Informal votes 18 0.9
Turnout 1,998 84.1
Protectionist win (previously 3 members)

CanterburyEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Canterbury[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Varney Parkes 1,059 50.2
Ind. Free Trade Thomas Taylor 644 30.5
Labour James McBean 267 12.7
Protectionist Thomas Wearne 140 6.6
Total formal votes 2,110 98.4
Informal votes 35 1.6
Turnout 2,145 80.8
Free Trade win (previously 4 members)

The ClarenceEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Clarence[29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist John McFarlane 1,036 71.2
Ind. Protectionist Nathaniel Collins 419 28.8
Total formal votes 1,455 99.0
Informal votes 15 1.0
Turnout 1,470 73.5
Protectionist hold  

CobarEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Cobar[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Thomas Waddell 615 50.1
Labour A Murphy 514 41.9
Free Trade Neil Morrison 98 8.0
Total formal votes 1,227 99.0
Informal votes 13 1.1
Turnout 1,240 75.3
Protectionist win (new seat)

Cobar consisted of part of Bourke and parts of the abolished districts of The Bogan and Forbes.[3][4] Thomas Waddell (Protectionist) was one of the members for Bourke.

CondoublinEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Condoublin[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labour Thomas Brown 622 48.6
Protectionist Patrick Ryan 394 30.8
Ind. Free Trade Henry Cooke 254 19.9
Ind. Protectionist Thomas Browne 9 0.7
Total formal votes 1,279 97.4
Informal votes 34 2.6
Turnout 1,313 69.7
Independent Labour win (new seat)

CoonambleEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Coonamble[32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Hugh Macdonald 780 52.1
Protectionist John Hellman 510 34.1
Ind. Protectionist John Fisher 206 13.8
Total formal votes 1,496 98.6
Informal votes 22 1.5
Turnout 1,518 74.8
Labour win (new seat)

CowraEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Cowra[33]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Denis Donnelly 619 43.4
Labour Linus Bungate 582 40.8
Free Trade Hector Lamond 224 15.7
Total formal votes 1,425 97.4
Informal votes 38 2.6
Turnout 1,463 76.9
Protectionist win (new seat)

DarlingtonEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Darlington[34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labour William Schey 844 39.1
Free Trade William Manuell 771 35.7
Protectionist David Davis 544 25.2
Total formal votes 2,159 98.8
Informal votes 27 1.2
Turnout 2,186 85.2
Independent Labour win (new seat)

DeniliquinEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Deniliquin[35]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist John Chanter 1,095 70.2
Free Trade George Chandler 465 29.8
Total formal votes 1,560 98.5
Informal votes 24 1.5
Turnout 1,584 78.3
Protectionist win (new seat)

DubboEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Dubbo[36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist James Morgan 645 40.6
Free Trade Simeon Phillips 604 38.0
Labour William Wilkinson 341 21.5
Total formal votes 1,590 98.9
Informal votes 18 1.1
Turnout 1,608 78.5
Protectionist win (new seat)

DurhamEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Durham[37]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade Herbert Brown 962 59.7
Ind. Protectionist John Wade 607 37.7
Ind. Protectionist Charles Duffy 42 2.6
Total formal votes 1,611 98.2
Informal votes 30 1.8
Turnout 1,641 76.8
Member changed to Ind. Free Trade from Free Trade  

East MaitlandEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: East Maitland[38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade James Brunker 1,001 69.5
Labour Peter Curran 439 30.5
Total formal votes 1,440 99.0
Informal votes 14 1.0
Turnout 1,454 81.0
Free Trade hold  

Eden-BombalaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Eden-Bombala[39]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labour William Wood 334 24.5
Ind. Protectionist Coulson Murphy 309 22.6
Free Trade David Myers 267 19.6
Ind. Protectionist Samuel Woods 181 13.3
Ind. Protectionist Edmund Comans 162 11.9
Independent Charles Stiles 74 5.4
Ind. Protectionist Maurice Roche 20 1.5
Independent John O'Reilly 12 0.9
Independent Moses Cohen 7 0.5
Total formal votes 1,366 88.4
Informal votes 179 11.6
Turnout 1,545 81.8
Independent Labour win (new seat)

GlebeEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Glebe[40]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade James Hogue 786 37.5
Protectionist Michael Conlon 438 20.9
Independent Labour Thomas Houghton 415 19.8
Ind. Free Trade Arthur Eager 248 11.8
Labour John Clune 124 5.9
Ind. Free Trade William Cary 84 4.0
Total formal votes 2,095 98.3
Informal votes 37 1.7
Turnout 2,132 85.3
Free Trade win (previously 2 members)

Glen InnesEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Glen Innes[41]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Francis Wright 589 44.2
Protectionist Alexander Hutchison 508 38.1
Ind. Protectionist William Cameron 200 15.0
Labour John Souter 37 2.8
Total formal votes 1,334 98.7
Informal votes 18 1.3
Turnout 1,352 77.3
Protectionist win (previously 2 members)

GloucesterEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Gloucester[42]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Richard Price 1,084 59.8
Free Trade John Hart 591 32.6
Ind. Protectionist Donald McKinnon 109 6.0
Independent Labour William Ellingworth 29 1.6
Total formal votes 1,813 98.9
Informal votes 20 1.1
Turnout 1,833 84.7
Protectionist gain from Free Trade  

GoulburnEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Goulburn[43]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Leslie Hollis 1,115 67.8
Protectionist Arthur Barrett 432 26.3
Ind. Free Trade Edward Ball 98 6.0
Total formal votes 1,645 98.9
Informal votes 19 1.1
Turnout 1,664 82.5
Member changed to Free Trade from Labour  

GraftonEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Grafton[44]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist John See 994 57.2
Ind. Protectionist William Hawthorne 636 36.6
Ind. Protectionist Edmund Hockey 109 6.3
Total formal votes 1,739 99.2
Informal votes 14 0.8
Turnout 1,753 83.2
Protectionist hold  

GranvilleEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Granville[45]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour George Smailes 715 38.8
Free Trade George McCredie 527 28.6
Ind. Free Trade John Nobbs 410 22.2
Protectionist William Ewart 180 9.8
Ind. Free Trade John Ferguson 7 0.4
Ind. Protectionist Thomas Castle 5 0.3
Total formal votes 1,844 98.9
Informal votes 21 1.1
Turnout 1,865 84.4
Labour win (new seat)

GrenfellEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Grenfell[46]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade George Greene 526 36.1
Labour Michael Loughnane 524 36.0
Protectionist Robert Vaughn 329 22.6
Independent John Williams 77 5.3
Total formal votes 1,456 97.7
Informal votes 35 2.4
Turnout 1,491 71.0
Free Trade gain from Labour  

The sitting member, Robert Vaughn had been elected as a Labour member at the 1891 election but stood as a Protectionist candidate for this election.

The result was overturned by the Elections and Qualifications Committee which conducted a re-count in October 1894.[46]

GundagaiEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Gundagai[47]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist John Barnes 699 46.3
Independent Labour Robert McCook 385 25.5
Free Trade Frederick Pinkstone 333 22.1
Ind. Free Trade Richard Ramsden 92 6.1
Total formal votes 1,509 96.9
Informal votes 48 3.1
Turnout 1,557 77.8
Protectionist hold  

GunnedahEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Gunnedah[48]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Kirkpatrick 674 54.8
Protectionist Job Sheldon 477 38.8
Ind. Free Trade Silas Rose 42 3.4
Ind. Protectionist George Birney 26 2.1
Ind. Free Trade Jonathan Rendalls 10 0.8
Total formal votes 1,229 97.9
Informal votes 27 2.2
Turnout 1,256 66.8
Labour hold  

HartleyEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Hartley[49]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labour Joseph Cook 723 47.0
Ind. Free Trade John Hurley 474 30.8
Protectionist William Richardson 194 12.6
Ind. Free Trade George Donald 130 8.5
Labour John Henry 17 1.1
Total formal votes 1,538 98.6
Informal votes 22 1.4
Turnout 1,560 76.8
Independent Labour win (previously 2 members)

The Hastings and The MacleayEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Hastings and The Macleay[50]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Francis Clarke 668 36.7
Free Trade Walter Vivian 556 30.6
Ind. Protectionist Otho Dangar 494 27.2
Ind. Protectionist Enoch Rudder 61 3.4
Labour Henry Stuart 40 2.2
Total formal votes 1,819 98.6
Informal votes 26 1.4
Turnout 1,845 82.4
Protectionist win (new seat)

The HawkesburyEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Hawkesbury[51]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade William Morgan 1,029 48.4
Free Trade Sydney Burdekin 939 44.1
Labour Henry Buttsworth 110 5.2
Protectionist Thomas Bennett 50 2.4
Total formal votes 2,128 98.9
Informal votes 23 1.1
Turnout 2,151 89.0
Ind. Free Trade gain from Free Trade  

Sydney Burdekin (Free Trade) was the sitting member for The Hawkesbury.

HayEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Hay[52]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade James Ashton 475 37.8
Protectionist James Newton 383 30.5
Ind. Free Trade George Mair 219 17.4
Ind. Protectionist Allen Lakeman 178 14.2
Independent Charles Broom 2 0.2
Total formal votes 1,257 98.3
Informal votes 22 1.7
Turnout 1,279 70.2
Free Trade win (new seat)

The HumeEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Hume[53]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist William Lyne 882 76.1
Free Trade Hugh Bridson 277 23.9
Total formal votes 1,159 97.9
Informal votes 25 2.1
Turnout 1,184 71.2
Protectionist win (previously 2 members)

IllawarraEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Illawarra[54]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Archibald Campbell 972 59.8
Protectionist Andrew Lysaght Sr. 653 40.2
Total formal votes 1,625 98.8
Informal votes 19 1.2
Turnout 1,644 85.5
Free Trade win (previously 2 members)

Archibald Campbell (Free Trade) was one of two sitting members for Illawarra. The second member, John Nicholson (Labour) successfully contested the election for the new seat of Woronora.

InverellEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Inverell[55]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist George Cruickshank unopposed
Protectionist hold  

KahibahEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Kahibah[56]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labour Alfred Edden 1,041 54.7
Independent John Penman 364 19.1
Labour George Errington 355 18.7
Ind. Free Trade William Case 70 3.7
Independent William Williams 41 2.2
Ind. Free Trade Joseph Gorrick 31 1.6
Total formal votes 1,902 98.1
Informal votes 37 1.9
Turnout 1,939 91.0
Independent Labour win (new seat)

KiamaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Kiama[57]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Protectionist Alexander Campbell 811 50.9
Free Trade George Fuller 781 49.1
Total formal votes 1,592 98.8
Informal votes 20 1.2
Turnout 1,612 86.8
Ind. Protectionist gain from Free Trade  

The LachlanEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Lachlan[58]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Protectionist James Carroll 452 42.3
Ind. Protectionist Alexander Cameron 351 32.9
Protectionist John Miller 133 12.5
Ind. Free Trade Alexander Huie 119 11.1
Ind. Free Trade James Dunsmore 13 1.2
Total formal votes 1,068 97.8
Informal votes 24 2.2
Turnout 1,092 69.3
Ind. Protectionist win (new seat)

LeichhardtEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Leichhardt[59]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade John Hawthorne 826 37.1
Labour William Holman 731 32.8
Free Trade George Clark 372 16.7
Ind. Free Trade Robert Cropley 159 7.1
Protectionist Edward Purnell 95 4.3
Ind. Free Trade Edward Darnley 34 1.5
Ind. Protectionist Aaron Wheeler 11 0.5
Total formal votes 2,228 99.1
Informal votes 21 0.9
Turnout 2,249 83.5
Ind. Free Trade win (new seat)

LismoreEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Lismore[60]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Thomas Ewing 718 76.4
Independent Labour James Walker 222 23.6
Total formal votes 940 99.3
Informal votes 7 0.7
Turnout 947 69.6
Protectionist win (new seat)

MacquarieEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Macquarie[61]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade James Tonkin 637 38.6
Protectionist William Hurley 542 32.9
Labour John Skelton 237 14.4
Ind. Protectionist John Hughes 174 10.6
Ind. Free Trade Henry Brown 60 3.6
Total formal votes 1,650 98.3
Informal votes 28 1.7
Turnout 1,678 74.3
Free Trade win (new seat)

ManaroEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Manaro[62]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Gus Miller 772 48.8
Ind. Protectionist Charles Welch 290 18.3
Free Trade Granville Ryrie 276 17.4
Protectionist Henry Dawson 160 10.1
Independent John O'Brien 85 5.4
Total formal votes 1,583 98.3
Informal votes 28 1.7
Turnout 1,611 77.4
Protectionist win (previously 2 members)

The ManningEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Manning[63]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade James Young 870 52.8
Protectionist Hugh McKinnon 777 47.2
Total formal votes 1,647 99.2
Informal votes 13 0.8
Turnout 1,660 87.9
Free Trade win (new seat)

MarrickvilleEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Marrickville[64]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Francis McLean 1,115 47.1
Labour William Johnson 622 26.2
Protectionist Daniel Gallagher 274 11.6
Ind. Free Trade Alexander Scouller 194 8.2
Ind. Free Trade Augustus Gross 99 4.2
Ind. Free Trade George Leslie 42 1.8
Ind. Protectionist Andrew Macauley 24 1.0
Total formal votes 2,370 98.3
Informal votes 41 1.7
Turnout 2,411 82.5
Free Trade win (new seat)

Marrickville was one of four new seats split out of the abolished seat of Newtown, the others being Newtown-Camperdown, Newtown-Erskine and Newtown-St Peters. The four sitting members for members for Newtown contested the other three seats.

MolongEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Molong[65]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Andrew Ross 504 37.4
Free Trade Harrington McCulloch 311 23.1
Ind. Protectionist William Melville 253 18.8
Independent Labour Charles Lauer 247 18.4
Ind. Protectionist Arthur Sherwin 20 1.5
Ind. Protectionist John Ardill 11 0.8
Total formal votes 1,346 94.3
Informal votes 82 5.7
Turnout 1,428 77.2
Protectionist hold  

MoreeEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Moree[66]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Thomas Hassall 668 55.5
Independent Labour L Mouatt 490 40.7
Ind. Free Trade J Halse 24 2.0
Free Trade T Vyner 21 1.8
Total formal votes 1,203 98.1
Informal votes 23 1.9
Turnout 1,226 76.7
Protectionist win (new seat)

MoruyaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Moruya[67]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade William Millard 708 44.4
Protectionist Henry Clarke 448 28.1
Ind. Protectionist William Boot 339 21.3
Ind. Protectionist John Brogan 49 3.1
Ind. Protectionist John Roseby 41 2.6
Ind. Free Trade Thomas Garrard 10 0.6
Total formal votes 1,595 98.8
Informal votes 19 1.2
Turnout 1,614 83.5
Free Trade win (new seat)

MudgeeEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee[68]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Robert Jones 1,085 56.8
Protectionist Richard Rouse 749 39.2
Labour J M Appleyard 65 3.4
Independent J Scully 10 0.5
Ind. Protectionist W Logan 3 0.2
Total formal votes 1,912 93.6
Informal votes 131 6.4
Turnout 2,043 79.9
Free Trade win (previously 3 members)

The MurrayEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Murray[69]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist James Hayes 976 64.3
Free Trade William Drummond 543 35.8
Total formal votes 1,519 98.4
Informal votes 24 1.6
Turnout 1,543 74.3
Protectionist win (previously 2 members)

The MurrumbidgeeEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Murrumbidgee[70]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Thomas Fitzpatrick 711 50.1
Independent Labour Arthur Rae 704 49.7
Ind. Protectionist Thomas Humphreys 3 0.2
Total formal votes 1,418 97.5
Informal votes 37 2.5
Turnout 1,455 70.4
Protectionist win (previously 3 members)

NarrabriEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Narrabri[71]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Charles Collins 672 48.7
Labour Hugh Ross 561 40.7
Ind. Free Trade Sydney Powell 130 9.4
Independent George Gregory 17 1.2
Total formal votes 1,380 98.2
Informal votes 26 1.9
Turnout 1,406 74.1
Free Trade win (new seat)

The NepeanEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Nepean[72]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Samuel Lees 884 49.4
Protectionist Thomas Smith 785 43.9
Labour Lewis Litton 121 6.8
Total formal votes 1,790 99.3
Informal votes 13 0.7
Turnout 1,803 87.2
Free Trade hold  

Newcastle EastEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Newcastle East[73]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade William Dick 862 53.8
Protectionist David Scott 740 46.2
Total formal votes 1,602 99.0
Informal votes 16 1.0
Turnout 1,618 88.7
Free Trade win (new seat)

Newcastle WestEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Newcastle West[74]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade James Ellis 428 31.5
Labour James Thompson 327 24.0
Ind. Free Trade James Blanksby 268 19.7
Protectionist William Grahame 226 16.6
Ind. Free Trade George Webb 112 8.2
Total formal votes 1,361 99.1
Informal votes 13 1.0
Turnout 1,374 89.7
Free Trade win (new seat)

Newtown-CamperdownEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Newtown-Camperdown[75]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Joseph Abbott 852 46.7
Labour Benjamin Morgan 554 30.4
Protectionist James Smith 355 19.5
Ind. Free Trade John Cotton 63 3.5
Total formal votes 1,824 98.3
Informal votes 32 1.7
Turnout 1,856 81.7
Free Trade win (new seat)

Newtown was split into four, Newtown-Camperdown, Newtown-Erskine, Newtown-St Peters and Marrickville. Joseph Abbott (Free Trade) was a sitting members for Newtown, while the other three sitting members contested Newtown-St Peters and Newtown-Erskine.

Newtown-ErskineEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Newtown-Erskine[76]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Edmund Molesworth 747 48.1
Labour Robert Hollis 687 44.2
Ind. Free Trade John Hindle 106 6.8
Ind. Protectionist John Davis 14 0.9
Total formal votes 1,554 98.9
Informal votes 18 1.2
Turnout 1,572 80.2
Free Trade win (new seat)

Newtown was split into four, Newtown-Camperdown, Newtown-Erskine, Newtown-St Peters and Marrickville. Edmund Molesworth (Free Trade) and John Hindle (Labour) were both sitting members for Newtown, while the other two sitting members contested Newtown-Camperdown and Newtown-St Peters.

Newtown-St PetersEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Newtown-St Peters[77]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade William Rigg 870 43.6
Ind. Free Trade Francis Cotton 507 25.4
Labour Thomas Beasley 462 23.2
Protectionist John Bowes 155 7.8
Total formal votes 1,994 99.3
Informal votes 14 0.7
Turnout 2,008 86.0
Ind. Free Trade win (new seat)

Newtown was split into four, Newtown-Camperdown, Newtown-Erskine, Newtown-St Peters and Marrickville. Francis Cotton (Labour) was a sitting member for Newtown. The other three sitting members for Newtown contested Newtown-Camperdown and Newtown-Erskine. William Rigg (Independent Free Trade) was the Mayor of Newtown. John Bowes (Protectionist) was the sitting member for the abolished seat of Morpeth.

NorthumberlandEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Northumberland[78]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Richard Stevenson 670 45.2
Free Trade Henry Wheeler 623 42.0
Labour James Donnelly 191 12.9
Total formal votes 1,484 99.4
Informal votes 9 0.6
Turnout 1,493 78.5
Protectionist win (previously 3 members)

OrangeEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Orange[79]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Harry Newman 1,203 61.1
Protectionist Valentine Heaton 711 36.1
Ind. Free Trade Otto Jaeger 56 2.8
Total formal votes 1,970 98.3
Informal votes 34 1.7
Turnout 2,004 82.8
Free Trade win (previously 2 members)

PaddingtonEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Paddington[80]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade William Shipway 731 36.7
Protectionist John White 420 21.1
Ind. Free Trade Thomas West 390 19.6
Labour Stephen Byrne 309 15.5
Ind. Free Trade James Dillon 77 3.9
Ind. Protectionist Roger Kirby 38 1.9
Ind. Free Trade Maitland Whysall 15 0.8
Ind. Protectionist John Robinson 7 0.4
Ind. Free Trade Alfred Godfrey 4 0.2
Ind. Free Trade William Cowper 2 0.1
Total formal votes 1,993 97.7
Informal votes 48 2.4
Turnout 2,041 81.4
Free Trade win (previously 4 members)

ParramattaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Parramatta[81]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade Dowell O'Reilly 664 36.6
Free Trade Hugh Taylor 627 34.6 -6.6
Protectionist William Ferris 520 28.7 -1.7
Ind. Free Trade William Garrett 2 0.1
Ind. Free Trade James Thomas 1 0.1
Total formal votes 1,814 98.9 +0.3
Informal votes 21 1.1 -0.3
Turnout 1,835 84.2 +8.69
Ind. Free Trade gain from Free Trade  

Hugh Taylor (Free Trade) was the sitting member for Parramatta.

PetershamEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Petersham[82]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade Llewellyn Jones 627 34.4
Free Trade Benjamin Short 386 21.2
Labour William Webster 342 18.8
Ind. Free Trade Cornelius Danahey 258 14.2
Protectionist William Robson 174 9.6
Independent John Gelding 16 0.9
Ind. Free Trade George Withers 11 0.6
Ind. Free Trade John Bell 7 0.4
Total formal votes 1,821 99.7
Informal votes 6 0.3
Turnout 1,827 83.9
Ind. Free Trade win (new seat)

QueanbeyanEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Queanbeyan[83]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Edward O'Sullivan 718 50.7
Free Trade Alfred Conroy 443 31.3
Independent Labour James McInerney 254 18.0
Total formal votes 1,415 99.1
Informal votes 13 0.9
Turnout 1,428 79.7
Protectionist hold  

QuirindiEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Quirindi[84]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Robert Levien 635 47.9
Labour Ramsay McKillop 420 31.7
Ind. Protectionist W Hawker 220 16.6
Free Trade A J C Agassiz 33 2.5
Ind. Free Trade T S Grehan 17 1.3
Total formal votes 1,325 92.9
Informal votes 101 7.1
Turnout 1,426 88.1
Protectionist win (new seat)

RaleighEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Raleigh[85]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Patrick Hogan 399 27.8
Ind. Protectionist John McLaughlin 379 26.5
Ind. Protectionist John Lynn 253 17.7
Independent Labour James Gregg 230 16.1
Independent Eugene Rudder 83 5.8
Ind. Protectionist William Pullen 66 4.6
Free Trade Joseph McKay 23 1.6
Total formal votes 1,433 98.7
Informal votes 19 1.3
Turnout 1,452 81.3
Protectionist win (new seat)

RandwickEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Randwick[86]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade David Storey 825 40.9
Protectionist Edmund Barton 486 24.1
Labour George Stevenson 333 16.5
Ind. Protectionist Michael Kinnane 302 15.0
Ind. Free Trade Richard Colonna-Close 71 3.5
Total formal votes 2,017 99.2
Informal votes 16 0.8
Turnout 2,033 84.2
Free Trade win (new seat)

RedfernEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Redfern[87]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour James McGowen 800 37.1
Protectionist Henry Hoyle 590 27.4
Free Trade Samuel Bradley 497 23.1
Ind. Free Trade William Coombes 144 6.7
Ind. Free Trade William Poole 124 5.8
Total formal votes 2,155 99.0
Informal votes 22 1.0
Turnout 2,177 84.6
Labour win (previously 4 members)

The RichmondEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Richmond[88]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Protectionist Robert Pyers 612 46.2
Ind. Protectionist Robert Page 309 23.3
Ind. Protectionist Allan Cameron 300 22.7
Ind. Protectionist James Stock 79 6.0
Ind. Protectionist Samuel Northcote 24 1.8
Total formal votes 1,324 98.7
Informal votes 17 1.3
Turnout 1,341 80.5
Ind. Protectionist win (previously 3 members)

RobertsonEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Robertson[89]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Robert Fitzgerald 903 46.6
Free Trade Edwin Tucker 900 46.4
Ind. Protectionist Michael Hickey 137 7.1
Total formal votes 1,940 97.9
Informal votes 41 2.1
Turnout 1,981 77.1
Protectionist win (new seat)

RydeEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Ryde[90]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Frank Farnell 927 54.8
Ind. Free Trade Edward Terry 370 21.9
Independent Labour John Lennon 216 12.8
Ind. Free Trade John Forsythe 137 8.1
Independent Labour John Rees 43 2.5
Total formal votes 1,693 99.0
Informal votes 17 1.0
Turnout 1,710 78.4
Free Trade win (new seat)

RylstoneEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Rylstone[91]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist William Wall 677 50.7
Ind. Protectionist James Granter 211 15.8
Labour Francis Gilbert 210 15.7
Free Trade J Hill 100 7.5
Independent Thomas Hungerford 68 5.1
Ind. Free Trade James Purser 57 4.3
Ind. Free Trade James Taylor 13 1.0
Total formal votes 1,336 97.3
Informal votes 37 2.7
Turnout 1,373 72.3
Protectionist win (new seat)

St GeorgeEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: St George[92]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Joseph Carruthers 1,523 71.6
Labour Denis Acton 604 28.4
Total formal votes 2,127 98.4
Informal votes 34 1.6
Turnout 2,161 80.5
Free Trade win (new seat)

St LeonardsEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: St Leonards[93]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Henry Parkes 1,028 50.8
Ind. Free Trade Edward Clark 825 40.8
Protectionist Francis Punch 159 7.9
Ind. Free Trade William Stoddart 8 0.4
Ind. Free Trade James Ford 2 0.1
Total formal votes 2,022 99.3
Informal votes 15 0.7
Turnout 2,037 83.9
Free Trade win (previously 3 members)

SherbrookeEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sherbrooke[94]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Jacob Garrard 601 45.0
Ind. Free Trade Samuel Bursill 231 17.3
Ind. Free Trade John Fitzpatrick 151 11.3
Labour James Williamson 95 7.1
Protectionist Ambrose Hallen 78 5.8
Ind. Free Trade William Bladon 63 4.7
Ind. Free Trade Edward Wakely 61 4.6
Ind. Protectionist James Tamsett 45 3.4
Ind. Free Trade Henry Pigott 8 0.6
Ind. Free Trade Donald Campbell 3 0.2
Total formal votes 1,336 97.3
Informal votes 37 2.7
Turnout 1,373 76.2
Free Trade win (new seat)

The ShoalhavenEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Shoalhaven[95]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Philip Morton 690 42.0
Ind. Free Trade William Kennedy 495 30.1
Protectionist John McLean 339 20.6
Ind. Protectionist George Sinclair 121 7.4
Total formal votes 1,645 98.9
Informal votes 18 1.1
Turnout 1,663 83.7
Free Trade hold  

SingletonEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Singleton[96]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Albert Gould 882 46.6
Protectionist John Connelly 603 31.8
Labour William Burnett 409 21.6
Total formal votes 1,894 98.9
Informal votes 22 1.2
Turnout 1,916 81.2
Free Trade win (new seat)

SturtEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sturt[97]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour William Ferguson 1,065 73.1
Ind. Protectionist John Souter 393 27.0
Total formal votes 1,458 98.5
Informal votes 23 1.6
Turnout 1,481 85.1
Labour hold  

Sydney-BelmoreEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-Belmore[98]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade James Graham 448 28.9
Ind. Protectionist Francis Freehill 368 23.7
Labour Thomas Tytherleigh 333 21.4
Ind. Free Trade Edward Foxall 168 10.8
Protectionist Robert Mackay 121 7.8
Ind. Protectionist Joseph Purcell 67 4.3
Ind. Protectionist William Court 29 1.9
Ind. Protectionist George Perry 15 1.0
Ind. Protectionist Thomas Murray 4 0.3
Total formal votes 1,553 97.9
Informal votes 33 2.1
Turnout 1,586 83.3
Free Trade win (new seat)

Sydney-BlighEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-Bligh[99]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade James Martin 609 39.8
Labour James Hendry 369 24.1
Protectionist James Murphy 265 17.3
Ind. Free Trade Unni Carpenter 218 14.3
Ind. Protectionist Patrick Hourigan 57 3.7
Ind. Protectionist Edward McConville 12 0.8
Total formal votes 1,530 99.2
Informal votes 12 0.8
Turnout 1,542 79.8
Free Trade win (new seat)

Sydney-CookEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-Cook[100]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Samuel Whiddon 649 46.4
Protectionist William Traill 473 33.8
Labour James Watson 276 19.7
Total formal votes 1,398 99.4
Informal votes 8 0.6
Turnout 1,406 81.3
Free Trade win (new seat)

Sydney-DenisonEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-Denison[101]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Matthew Harris 590 42.5
Protectionist Andrew Kelly 417 30.0
Labour Andrew Thompson 208 15.0
Ind. Free Trade Henry Willis 141 10.2
Ind. Protectionist Walter Dorman 33 2.4
Total formal votes 1,389 98.5
Informal votes 21 1.5
Turnout 1,410 79.8
Free Trade win (new seat)

Sydney-FitzroyEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-Fitzroy[102]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Henry Chapman 666 39.5
Ind. Free Trade John McElhone 422 25.0
Labour Henry Cato 355 21.1
Ind. Free Trade William Morrison 180 10.7
Ind. Protectionist Henry Foran 32 1.9
Ind. Protectionist Charles Forssberg 17 1.0
Ind. Protectionist Robert Roberts 13 0.8
Total formal votes 1,685 98.7
Informal votes 23 1.4
Turnout 1,708 77.2
Free Trade win (new seat)

Sydney-FlindersEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-Flinders[103]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Bernhard Wise 656 45.8
Labour John Dobbie 379 26.5
Protectionist William Kippax 286 20.0
Ind. Free Trade Joseph Olliffe 77 5.4
Ind. Protectionist Leighton Kesteven 34 2.4
Total formal votes 1,432 98.7
Informal votes 19 1.3
Turnout 1,451 79.0
Free Trade win (new seat)

Sydney-GippsEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-Gipps[104]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labour George Black 915 55.2
Free Trade Daniel O'Connor 742 44.8
Total formal votes 1,657 99.1
Informal votes 15 0.9
Turnout 1,672 78.4
Independent Labour win (new seat)

Sydney-KingEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-King[105]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade George Reid 819 60.9
Labour George Reeve 347 25.8
Protectionist John Gannon 164 12.2
Ind. Free Trade Ivan Henry 12 0.9
Ind. Free Trade William Maguire 4 0.3
Total formal votes 1,346 98.4
Informal votes 22 1.6
Turnout 1,368 72.3
Free Trade win (new seat)

Sydney-LangEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-Lang[106]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Billy Hughes 533 42.3
Free Trade John Taylor 428 33.9
Protectionist John FitzGerald 273 21.7
Ind. Free Trade John Butler 27 2.1
Total formal votes 1,261 97.2
Informal votes 37 2.9
Turnout 1,298 74.8
Labour win (new seat)

Sydney-PhillipEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-Phillip[107]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Robert Fowler 635 41.5
Protectionist William Manning 518 33.8
Labour James Wilson 364 23.8
Ind. Free Trade Charles Renshaw 15 1.0
Total formal votes 1,532 98.5
Informal votes 24 1.5
Turnout 1,556 78.6
Free Trade win (new seat)

Sydney-PyrmontEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Sydney-Pyrmont[108]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Thomas Davis 716 52.2
Free Trade John Carter 394 28.7
Ind. Protectionist Cyrus Fuller 197 14.4
Ind. Free Trade George Landers 64 4.7
Total formal votes 1,371 98.6
Informal votes 19 1.4
Turnout 1,390 80.4
Labour win (new seat)

TamworthEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Tamworth[109]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist George Dibbs 612 43.2
Free Trade Albert Piddington 492 34.8
Independent Labour Raymond Walsh 277 19.6
Ind. Protectionist James Toohey 35 2.5
Total formal votes 1,416 99.2
Informal votes 12 0.8
Turnout 1,428 83.1
Protectionist win (previously 2 members)

TenterfieldEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Tenterfield[110]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Charles Lee 729 51.9
Labour John Coxall 660 47.0
Protectionist Henry Campbell 16 1.1
Total formal votes 1,405 98.3
Informal votes 25 1.8
Turnout 1,430 82.2
Free Trade hold  

TumutEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Tumut[111]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Travers Jones 616 44.8
Free Trade Edward Brown 332 24.2
Independent Labour Robert Joyce 236 17.2
Ind. Protectionist John Downing 153 11.1
Ind. Protectionist John Cheney 37 2.7
Total formal votes 1,374 97.9
Informal votes 29 2.1
Turnout 1,403 77.1
Protectionist gain from Free Trade  

The TweedEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: The Tweed[112]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Willard 431 29.7
Ind. Protectionist Joseph Kelly 387 26.7
Protectionist Bruce Nicoll 218 15.0
Ind. Protectionist George Halliday 178 12.3
Free Trade William Baker 97 6.7
Ind. Protectionist John Marks 86 5.9
Ind. Protectionist David Jarman 52 3.6
Ind. Free Trade James Barrie 1 0.1
Independent Patrick Gilroy 1 0.1
Ind. Protectionist James Murphy 0 0.0
Total formal votes 1,451 97.1
Informal votes 43 2.9
Turnout 1,494 83.5
Labour win (new seat)

Uralla-WalchaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Uralla-Walcha[113]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade William Piddington 431 35.8
Protectionist Patrick O'Connor 349 29.0
Free Trade James Leece 232 19.3
Ind. Protectionist Charles Givney 74 6.2
Independent John Gardiner 50 4.2
Independent John Campbell 46 3.8
Independent Labour Hugh Healy 14 1.2
Ind. Free Trade Edmund Moberly 7 0.6
Total formal votes 1,203 97.2
Informal votes 35 2.8
Turnout 1,238 73.1
Ind. Free Trade win (new seat)

Wagga WaggaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Wagga Wagga[114]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist James Gormly 933 77.3
Independent Labour James McDarra 274 22.7
Total formal votes 1,207 98.9
Informal votes 13 1.1
Turnout 1,220 68.0
Protectionist win (new seat)

WallsendEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Wallsend[115]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour David Watkins 908 51.4
Protectionist Thomas Walker 470 26.6
Ind. Protectionist Oswald Steel 335 19.0
Free Trade Albert Card 45 2.6
Independent Alfred Deering 8 0.5
Total formal votes 1,766 98.8
Informal votes 21 1.2
Turnout 1,787 88.6
Labour win (new seat)

WaratahEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Waratah[116]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Arthur Griffith 820 44.2
Protectionist Ninian Melville 680 36.6
Free Trade Alfred Clapin 356 19.2
Total formal votes 1,856 99.3
Informal votes 13 0.7
Turnout 1,869 87.9
Labour win (new seat)

WarringahEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Warringah[117]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Dugald Thomson 579 40.5
Ind. Free Trade Henry Moss 532 37.2
Ind. Free Trade Leonard Dodds 210 14.7
Labour Jonathan Lepherd 108 7.6
Total formal votes 1,429 98.9
Informal votes 16 1.1
Turnout 1,445 82.5
Free Trade win (new seat)

WaterlooEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Waterloo[118]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade George Anderson 777 37.6
Labour Ernest Banner 724 35.0
Protectionist William Sharp 258 12.5
Free Trade George Taylor 185 8.9
Ind. Protectionist John Navin 125 6.0
Total formal votes 2,069 99.2
Informal votes 17 0.8
Turnout 2,086 86.8
Ind. Free Trade win (new seat)

WaverleyEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Waverley[119]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Angus Cameron 747 40.5
Protectionist Thomas Barlow 475 25.8
Ind. Free Trade Alfred Allen 369 20.0
Labour Thomas Kemp 245 13.3
Ind. Protectionist James Carroll 9 0.5
Total formal votes 1,845 99.3
Informal votes 13 0.7
Turnout 1,858 81.7
Free Trade win (new seat)

WellingtonEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Wellington[120]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade John Haynes 831 40.8
Labour Michael O'Halloran 607 29.8
Protectionist Thomas York 580 28.5
Ind. Protectionist H Boehme 20 1.0
Total formal votes 2,038 98.0
Informal votes 41 2.0
Turnout 2,079 80.0
Free Trade gain from Protectionist  

WentworthEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Wentworth[121]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Sir Joseph Abbott 476 55.4
Labour Robert Scobie (b 1848) 383 44.6
Total formal votes 859 97.4
Informal votes 23 2.6
Turnout 882 58.5
Member changed to Protectionist from Independent  

Joseph Palmer Abbott had been appointed as Speaker in 1890, was listed as an independent and elected unopposed. While he retained the role of Speaker he was opposed for this election and stood as a Protectionist.

West MacquarieEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: West Macquarie[122]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Protectionist Paddy Crick 820 45.7
Free Trade R W Peacock 472 26.3
Labour John Bridgeman 259 14.5
Ind. Free Trade Charles Jeanneret 208 11.6
Independent J O'Donoghue 34 1.9
Total formal votes 1,793 95.9
Informal votes 76 4.1
Turnout 1,869 71.6
Protectionist win (new seat)

West MaitlandEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: West Maitland[123]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade John Gillies 1,247 63.9
Free Trade Robert Scobie (b 1831) 618 31.6
Independent Labour Richard Proctor 81 4.2
Ind. Protectionist Arthur Payne 7 0.4
Total formal votes 1,953 98.4
Informal votes 32 1.6
Turnout 1,985 83.2
Member changed to Ind. Free Trade from Free Trade  

WickhamEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Wickham[124]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade John Fegan 743 45.4
Labour James Dick 338 20.7
Protectionist John Gilbert 279 17.0
Ind. Protectionist Joseph Barclay 233 14.2
Ind. Free Trade Peter Bennett 32 2.0
Ind. Free Trade William Hestelow 12 0.7
Total formal votes 1,637 98.4
Informal votes 26 1.6
Turnout 1,663 89.7
Free Trade win (new seat)

WilcanniaEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Wilcannia[125]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Richard Sleath 971 67.7
Protectionist Edward Dickens 463 32.3
Total formal votes 1,434 98.3
Informal votes 25 1.7
Turnout 1,459 77.8
Labour gain from Protectionist  

WilloughbyEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Willoughby[126]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade Joseph Cullen 748 39.4
Protectionist Francis Coffee 491 25.9
Ind. Free Trade George Howarth 432 22.8
Labour Thomas Harper 127 6.7
Ind. Free Trade John Burns 86 4.5
Ind. Protectionist Robert Moodie 9 0.5
Ind. Protectionist George Davies 6 0.3
Total formal votes 1,899 98.7
Informal votes 25 1.3
Turnout 1,924 81.0
Free Trade win (new seat)

WoollahraEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Woollahra[127]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Ind. Free Trade Adrian Knox 885 50.4
Free Trade John Neild 538 30.6
Labour Philip Moses 334 19.0
Total formal votes 1,757 99.9
Informal votes 1 0.1
Turnout 1,758 83.4
Ind. Free Trade win (new seat)

WoronoraEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Woronora[128]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labour John Nicholson 755 44.7
Free Trade Thomas Bissell 643 38.1
Ind. Free Trade Joseph Mitchell 223 13.2
Ind. Protectionist Thomas Riley 63 3.7
Ind. Free Trade Robert Lindsley 5 0.3
Total formal votes 1,689 99.0
Informal votes 17 1.0
Turnout 1,706 86.9
Independent Labour win (new seat)

YassEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Yass[129]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Free Trade William Affleck 516 39.8
Protectionist Thomas Colls 440 33.9
Ind. Protectionist Argyle McCallum 342 26.4
Total formal votes 1,298 99.2
Informal votes 10 0.8
Turnout 1,308 72.4
Free Trade gain from Protectionist  

Yass Plains was renamed Yass. Thomas Colls (Protectionist) was the sitting member for Yass Plains.

YoungEdit

1894 New South Wales colonial election: Young[130]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Chris Watson 703 44.6
Protectionist John Gough 401 25.4
Protectionist James Mackinnon 400 25.4
Ind. Free Trade William Lewis 74 4.7
Total formal votes 1,578 98.6
Informal votes 23 1.4
Turnout 1,601 68.8
Labour win (new seat)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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