Results of the 1901 New South Wales state election

New South Wales state election, 3 July 1901 [1]
Legislative Assembly
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Enrolled voters 345,500
Votes cast 194,980 Turnout 62.84 +2.23
Informal votes 1,534 Informal 0.78 −0.14
Summary of votes by party
Party Primary votes % Swing Seats Change
  Liberal Reform 65,420 33.55 +0.66 37 −8
  Progressive 44,817 22.99 −20.04 42 −10
  Labour 35,952 18.44 +6.26 24 +5
  Independent 21,595 11.08 +8.09 12 +8
  Independent Liberal 16,770 8.60 +6.72 4 +3
  Independent Progressive 6,533 3.35 −3.68 2 −2
  Independent Labor 3,565 1.83 +1.82 4 +4
  Socialist Labor 328 0.17 +0.17 0 ±0
Total 194,980     125  

The 1901 New South Wales state election was for 125 electoral districts, with each district returning one member.[1] The election was conducted on the basis of a simple majority or first-past-the-post voting system. In this election, in 32 electorates the winning candidate received less than 50% of the votes, while 13 were uncontested.[1] The average number of enrolled voters per electorate was 2,764, ranging from Wentworth (1,706) to Willoughby (4,854).[2]

Of the 125 members of the house prior to the election, 18 had been elected to the new federal parliament, while 7 did not contest the election,[a] and a further 17 were defeated at the election.[b] 81 members (65%) retained a seat after the election.

Election resultsEdit

AlburyEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Albury[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Thomas Griffith 901 50.5 -0.7
Liberal Reform Richard Ball 882 49.5 +0.7
Total formal votes 1,783 98.5 +0.3
Informal votes 27 1.5 -0.3
Turnout 1,810 75.4 +6.5
Member changed to Independent from Progressive  

AlmaEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Alma[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labour William Williams 874 52.0
Labour Jabez Wright 783 46.6 -42.0
Independent William Colliss 25 1.5 +1.5
Total formal votes 1,682 100 +2.8
Informal votes 0 0 -2.8
Turnout 1,682 64.2 +18.8
Independent Labour gain from Labour  

The sitting member was Josiah Thomas (Labour) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of Barrier which included Broken Hill.[6] William Williams nominated as an Independent Labor candidate after friction between local branches and the Barrier District Assembly.[7]

AnnandaleEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Annandale[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform William Mahony 1,186 52.1 -0.5
Progressive Isaiah Cohen 1,076 47.3 0.2
Independent Richard Kimber 14 0.6
Total formal votes 2,276 99.5 -0.2
Informal votes 14 0.5 +0.2
Turnout 2,290 61.2 -1.3
Liberal Reform hold  

ArgyleEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Argyle[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Thomas Rose 1,059 67.3 +12.2
Liberal Reform Francis Isaac 514 32.7 -12.2
Total formal votes 1,573 99.4 -0.1
Informal votes 9 0.6 +0.1
Turnout 1,582 59.7 -4.6
Progressive hold  

ArmidaleEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Armidale[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Edmund Lonsdale 935 50.8 +7.1
Progressive Charles Wilson 907 49.2 -7.1
Total formal votes 1,842 98.8 -0.6
Informal votes 22 1.2 +0.6
Turnout 1,864 70.4 -8.4
Liberal Reform gain from Progressive  

AshburnhamEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Ashburnham[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Joseph Reymond 1,081 56.0 -2.2
Liberal Reform Thomas Bavister 605 31.4 -10.4
Independent Frank Calder 243 12.6
Total formal votes 1,929 99.4 +0.3
Informal votes 12 0.6 -0.3
Turnout 1,941 68.3 +0.6
Progressive hold  

AshfieldEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Ashfield[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Frederick Winchcombe unopposed
Liberal Reform gain from Progressive  

Bernhard Wise (Protectionist) had won the seat at the 1898 election, however he was appointed to the Legislative Council and Frederick Winchcombe (Liberal Reform) won the seat at the November 1900 by-election.[13]

BallinaEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Ballina[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive John Perry 805 58.6 +0.9
Liberal Reform Thomas Temperley 305 22.2 -20.1
Independent Thomas Russell 233 17.0
Independent Samuel Dutton 30 2.2
Total formal votes 1,373 99.4 -0.3
Informal votes 8 0.6 +0.3
Turnout 1,381 66.0 +6.1
Progressive hold  

Balmain NorthEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Balmain North[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Storey 922 42.4
Liberal Reform Gilbert Murdoch 505 23.2 -28.4
Progressive Alexander Milne 411 18.9 +0.2
Independent Liberal William Ward 277 12.7
Total formal votes 2,177 99.5 -
Informal votes 12 0.6 -
Turnout 2,189 65.8 +3.7
Labour gain from Liberal Reform  

The sitting member was Bill Wilks (Liberal Reform) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of Dalley which included Balmain.

Balmain SouthEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Balmain South[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sydney Law 1,413 50.7 +3.7
Independent Liberal John Gray 871 31.2
Liberal Reform Charles Donnelley 389 14.0
Independent Progressive Percy Tighe 80 2.9
Independent William Pacey 30 1.1
Independent Robert Morris 5 0.2
Total formal votes 2,788 99.0 -0.5
Informal votes 27 1.0 +0.5
Turnout 2,815 69.0 +4.1
Labour hold  

The BarwonEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Barwon[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive William Willis 817 65.9 +8.0
Labour William Wright 422 34.1 -8.0
Total formal votes 1,239 99.0 +0.3
Informal votes 13 1.0 -0.3
Turnout 1,252 56.3 +0.9
Progressive hold  

BathurstEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Bathurst[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive William Young 958 51.6 -1.1
Liberal Reform George Machattie 890 47.9 +0.6
Independent Jacob Innes 9 0.5
Total formal votes 1,857 98.1 -1.3
Informal votes 37 2.0 1.3
Turnout 1,894 72.9 -0.4
Progressive hold  

BegaEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Bega[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Henry Clarke 925 54.8 -2.4
Independent William Boot 717 42.5 +0.3
Independent William Braine 45 2.7 +2.1
Total formal votes 1,687 99.1 +0.5
Informal votes 16 0.9 -0.5
Turnout 1,703 73.8 +11.9
Progressive hold  

BingaraEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Bingara[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Samuel Moore unopposed
Liberal Reform hold  

BoorowaEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Boorowa[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Niels Nielsen 1,128 76.2 +38.4
Independent Progressive Herbert O'Leary 352 23.8
Total formal votes 1,480 98.9 +0.2
Informal votes 17 1.1 -0.2
Turnout 1,497 65.7 +4.7
Labour gain from Progressive  

Kenneth Mackay (Progressive) had been elected in 1898, however, he was appointed to the Legislative Council and Niels Nielsen (Labour) won the seat at the by-election.

BotanyEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Botany[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Dacey 1,236 54.6 +23.1
Liberal Reform William Stephen 1,027 45.4
Total formal votes 2,263 99.0 -
Informal votes 23 1.0 -
Turnout 2,286 73.3 +5.8
Labour hold  

BourkeEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Bourke[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive William Davis unopposed
Progressive hold  

BowralEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Bowral[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform William McCourt unopposed
Liberal Reform hold  

BraidwoodEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Braidwood[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Albert Chapman 640 43.2 -29.9
Independent Liberal Richard Higgins 483 32.6
Independent Liberal Patrick O'Brien 223 15.0
Independent Liberal Frederick Gordon 70 4.7
Independent Liberal Ebenezer Henry 46 3.1
Independent Liberal Alexander Fraser 15 1.0
Independent Walter Horberry 3 0.2
Independent Bartholomew O'Sullivan 2 0.1
Independent Progressive John Kenny 1 0.07
Total formal votes 1,483 95.6 -3.5
Informal votes 69 4.5 +3.5
Turnout 1,552 71.1 +18.7
Progressive hold  

Broken HillEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Broken Hill[26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Cann 1,281 93.5 +7.4
Independent Liberal Charles Counsell 89 6.5
Total formal votes 1,370 98.8 +2.8
Informal votes 17 1.2 -2.8
Turnout 1,387 40.4 -5.3
Labour hold  

BurwoodEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Burwood[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent William Archer 1,084 64.6 +15.9
Liberal Reform Alexander Ralston 594 35.4
Total formal votes 1,678 99.4 -
Informal votes 10 0.6 -
Turnout 1,688 65.3 +2.8
Independent hold  

CamdenEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Camden[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive John Kidd 1,037 63.9 +6.3
Liberal Reform William Blackmore 585 36.1
Total formal votes 1,622 99.5 -0.2
Informal votes 9 0.6 +0.2
Turnout 1,631 60.9 -7.6
Progressive hold  

CanterburyEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Canterbury[29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Thomas Mackenzie 1,048 47.9 -17.9
Independent Thomas Taylor (defeated) 991 45.3
Independent Frederick Barker 56 2.6
Independent William Gilliver 53 2.4
Independent Hampton Slatyer 18 0.8
Independent Thomas Dalton 17 0.8
Independent Frederick Webster 3 0.14
Total formal votes 2,186 98.5 -0.5
Informal votes 34 1.5 +0.5
Turnout 2,220 62.0 +7.6
Liberal Reform hold  

Varney Parkes (Free Trade) had won the seat at the 1898 election, however he resigned and Thomas Taylor (Independent) won the seat at the July 1900 by-election.

The ClarenceEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Clarence[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive John McFarlane unopposed
Progressive hold  

CobarEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Cobar[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Donald Macdonell unopposed
Labour hold  

CondoublinEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Condoublin[32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Patrick Clara 575 36.1 -18.4
Independent Andrew Stewart 560 35.1
Independent Liberal David Tasker 268 16.8
Independent William Nash 96 6.0
Independent William Wilkinson 95 6.0
Total formal votes 1,594 99.3 -
Informal votes 11 0.7 -
Turnout 1,605 57.9 +3.3
Labour hold  

The election was overturned by the Elections and Qualifications Committee due to irregularities in the poll and Patrick Clara retained the seat for Labour at the subsequent by-election.

CoonambleEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Coonamble[33]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Hugh Macdonald 895 61.6
Independent Progressive John Reddan 557 38.4
Total formal votes 1,452 99.9 +0.6
Informal votes 2 0.1 -0.6
Turnout 1,454 48.2 -7.0
Labour hold  

CowraEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Cowra[34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Thomas Waddell unopposed
Progressive hold  

DarlingtonEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Darlington[35]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Phillip Sullivan 1,194 51.9
Liberal Reform Thomas Clarke 1,074 46.7 1.3
Socialist Labor John Neill 33 1.4
Total formal votes 2,301 99.3 -0.1
Informal votes 17 0.7 +0.1
Turnout 2,318 64.5 +3.6
Labour gain from Liberal Reform  

DeniliquinEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Deniliquin[36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Progressive Joseph Evans 452 29.3
Independent Liberal John Lewis 331 21.4
Independent Progressive Richard Eames 293 19.0
Independent Progressive Patrick Fagan 219 14.2
Independent Hugh McKinney 148 9.6
Independent Progressive Allen Lakeman 101 6.5
Total formal votes 1,544 98.8 -0.4
Informal votes 19 1.2 +0.4
Turnout 1,563 56.1 +2.2
Independent Progressive gain from Progressive  

The sitting member was John Chanter (Progressive) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of Riverina which included Deniliquin.

DubboEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Dubbo[37]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Simeon Phillips 1,094 58.0 +1.3
Progressive Edwin Utley 492 26.1 -17.2
Labour Linus Bungate 301 16.0
Total formal votes 1,887 99.5 +0.4
Informal votes 9 0.5 -0.4
Turnout 1,896 61.6 -4.5
Liberal Reform hold  

DurhamEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Durham[38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Walter Bennett unopposed
Member changed to Progressive from Independent Progressive  

East MaitlandEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: East Maitland[39]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform James Brunker 990 67.6 +15.6
Independent Progressive William McIlroy 475 32.4
Total formal votes 1,465 99.7 +0.7
Informal votes 4 0.3 -0.7
Turnout 1,469 69.9 -0.2
Liberal Reform hold  

Eden-BombalaEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Eden-Bombala[40]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent William Wood 868 60.9 +4.0
Independent Liberal Bernard McTernan 558 39.1
Total formal votes 1,426 99.4 +1.4
Informal votes 8 0.6 -1.4
Turnout 1,434 62.8 -4.8
Member changed to Independent from Progressive  

GlebeEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Glebe[41]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform James Hogue 936 42.0 -15.9
Independent William Tate 421 18.9
Independent Lewis Abrams 358 16.1
Labour Peter Strong 289 13.0
Independent Stanley Cole 223 10.0
Total formal votes 2,227 95.6 -3.7
Informal votes 102 4.4 +3.7
Turnout 2,329 63.8 +2.8
Liberal Reform hold  

Glen InnesEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Glen Innes[42]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Francis Wright 584 40.1 -9.3
Independent Liberal Follet Thomas 452 31.0
Independent Thomas Chandler 421 28.9 -14.4
Total formal votes 1,457 98.8 -0.5
Informal votes 18 1.2 +0.5
Turnout 1,475 65.5 +10.3
Progressive hold  

GloucesterEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Gloucester[43]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Richard Price 981 79.4 +15.5
Liberal Reform Alfred Lee 255 20.6 -15.5
Total formal votes 1,236 99.8 +0.2
Informal votes 3 0.2 -0.2
Turnout 1,239 48.3 -12.4
Member changed to Independent from Progressive  

GoulburnEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Goulburn[44]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform James Ashton 947 63.1 +0.8
Labour James Toomey 554 36.9
Total formal votes 1,501 99.5 -0.2
Informal votes 8 0.5 +0.2
Turnout 1,509 59.6 -2.7
Liberal Reform hold  

GraftonEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Grafton[45]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive John See 843 94.2 +31.7
Independent Liberal Frederick Wilcox 52 5.8
Total formal votes 895 99.0 -0.5
Informal votes 9 1.0 +0.5
Turnout 904 37.9 -28.2
Progressive hold  

GranvilleEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Granville[46]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform John Nobbs 1,299 72.3 +9.4
Progressive William Windsor 497 27.7 +6.6
Total formal votes 1,796 99.4 -0.1
Informal votes 11 0.6 +0.1
Turnout 1,807 65.4 -0.5
Liberal Reform hold  

GrenfellEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Grenfell[47]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour William Holman 1,299 51.7 -3.9
Liberal Reform Arthur Grimm 1,213 48.3
Total formal votes 2,512 100.0 +0.4
Informal votes 0 0.0 -0.4
Turnout 2,512 68.9 11.3
Labour hold  

GundagaiEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Gundagai[48]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive John Barnes 785 39.4 -0.3
Independent Walter Griffin 709 35.6
Liberal Reform John Miller 449 22.5
Independent Liberal James Cook 49 2.5
Total formal votes 1,992 98.9 +0.8
Informal votes 22 1.1 -0.8
Turnout 2,014 69.5 4.0
Progressive hold  

GunnedahEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Gunnedah[49]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour David Hall 1,008 +61.2
Liberal Reform Thomas Wills-Allen 639 38.8 +13.5
Total formal votes 1,647 99.3 +0.6
Informal votes 11 0.7 -0.6
Turnout 1,658 60.4 11.4
Labour gain from Progressive  

The sitting member Thomas Goodwin (Progressive) did not contest the election.

HartleyEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Hartley[50]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent John Hurley 518 32.9
Labour Robert Pillans 502 31.9
Liberal Reform Harry Goyder 472 30.0 -40.4
Independent John Tabrett 41 2.6
Progressive Henry Brierley 40 2.5 -27.1
Total formal votes 1,573 99.6 +0.9
Informal votes 7 0.4 -0.9
Turnout 1,580 67.8 15.4
Independent gain from Liberal Reform  

The sitting member was Joseph Cook (Liberal Reform) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of Parramatta.

The Hastings and The MacleayEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Hastings and The Macleay[51]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Robert Davidson 578 28.9
Progressive Percival Basche 420 21.0
Independent Edward Noonan 403 20.2
Independent Otho Dangar 376 18.8
Independent Hugh Bridson 220 11.0
Total formal votes 1,997 99.3
Informal votes 14 0.7
Turnout 2,011 74.6
Liberal Reform gain from Progressive  

The sitting member was Francis Clarke (Progressive) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of Cowper.

The HawkesburyEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Hawkesbury[52]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Brinsley Hall 1,348 63.3 +17.8
Liberal Reform William Morgan 781 36.7 -12.1
Total formal votes 2,129 99.2 +0.3
Informal votes 18 0.8 -0.3
Turnout 2,147 80.2 +7.3
Progressive gain from Liberal Reform  

HayEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Hay[53]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Frank Byrne unopposed
Member changed to Independent from Liberal Reform  

The HumeEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Hume[54]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Gordon McLaurin unopposed
Progressive hold  

Sir William Lyne (Progressive) resigned prior to the federal election in March 1901 at which he successfully contested the seat of Hume. Having resigned earlier than other candidates, a by-election was held in April 1901 in which Gordon McLaurin retained the seat for the Progressive Party.

IllawarraEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Illawarra[55]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Archibald Campbell 933 79.6 +14.3
Independent Labour Henry Collings 239 20.4
Total formal votes 1,172 99.7 +0.1
Informal votes 4 0.3 -0.1
Turnout 1,176 42.6 -17.8
Liberal Reform hold  

InverellEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Inverell[56]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive William McIntyre 750 55.6 -37.1
Independent Progressive James McIlveen 599 44.4
Total formal votes 1,349 100.0 +1.3
Informal votes 0 0.0 -1.3
Turnout 1,349 54.5 +20.93
Progressive hold  

The sitting member was George Cruickshank (Progressive) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of Gwydir.

KahibahEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Kahibah[57]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Alfred Edden 1,218 89.5 +24.5
Independent Liberal John Bailey 143 10.5
Total formal votes 1,361 100.0 +0.3
Informal votes 0 0.0 -0.3
Turnout 1,369 54.1 -5.1
Labour hold  

KiamaEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Kiama[58]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Alexander Campbell 710 54.4 +2.9
Liberal Reform John Waugh 595 45.6 -2.9
Total formal votes 1,305 100.0 +0.2
Informal votes 0 0.0 -0.2
Turnout 1,305 66.6 -2.2
Progressive hold  

The LachlanEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Lachlan[59]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive James Carroll unopposed
Progressive hold  

LeichhardtEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Leichhardt[60]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform John Hawthorne 1,475 67.4 +18.6
Labour William Niland 715 32.7 +8.4
Total formal votes 2,190 99.5 -0.3
Informal votes 12 0.5 +0.3
Turnout 2,202 58.4 -5.6
Liberal Reform hold  

LismoreEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Lismore[61]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Liberal John Coleman 824 48.0
Independent Liberal James O'Flynn 506 29.5
Independent Liberal Richard Balmer 277 16.1
Independent Liberal James Frith 62 3.6
Independent Liberal Frank Russell 25 1.5
Labour Robert Campbell 12 0.7
Progressive Charles Duffy 12 0.7
Total formal votes 1,718 98.2 -1.5
Informal votes 32 1.8 +1.5
Turnout 1,750 68.0 +23.7
Independent Liberal gain from Progressive  

The sitting member was Thomas Ewing (Progressive) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of Richmond.

MacquarieEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Macquarie[62]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive William Hurley 849 58.8 +2.7
Liberal Reform John Miller 594 41.2 +4.8
Total formal votes 1,443 98.5 +0.6
Informal votes 22 1.5 -0.6
Turnout 1,465 59.1 +2.8
Progressive hold  

The ManningEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Manning[63]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive John Thomson 911 50.5 +9.1
Liberal Reform James Young 893 49.5 -9.1
Total formal votes 1,804 99.7 +0.2
Informal votes 6 0.3 -0.2
Turnout 1,810 76.9 +2.3
Progressive gain from Liberal Reform  

MarrickvilleEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Marrickville[64]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Richard McCoy 1,214 44.2 -11.4
Independent Liberal David Chenhall 806 29.3 -5.6
Independent Liberal William Moyes 341 12.4 +12.4
Independent Liberal George Leslie 125 4.6 +4.6
Independent Liberal George Morehouse 125 4.6 +4.6
Progressive James Edwards 109 4.0
Independent John Hardy 28 1.02
Total formal votes 2,748 99.5 -0.2
Informal votes 14 0.5 +0.2
Turnout 2,762 66.2 +1.6
Liberal Reform hold  

The sitting member was Francis McLean (Liberal Reform) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of Lang which included Marrickville.

MolongEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Molong[65]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Andrew Ross 671 55.2 +10.6
Liberal Reform John Withington 544 44.8 +13.6
Total formal votes 1,215 99.1 -0.1
Informal votes 11 0.9 +0.1
Turnout 1,226 56.6 -4.9
Progressive hold  

ManaroEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Manaro[66]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Gus Miller 967 67.5 +4.9
Liberal Reform John Sellar 466 32.5
Total formal votes 1,433 99.2 +1.9
Informal votes 11 0.8 -1.9
Turnout 1,444 62.5 +11.9
Member changed to Labour from Progressive  

MoreeEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Moree[67]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour William Webster 877 52.6
Progressive John Crane 789 47.4 -22.1
Total formal votes 1,666 100.0 +0.6
Informal votes 0 0.0 -0.6
Turnout 1,666 58.0 +8.3
Labour gain from Progressive  

The sitting member was Thomas Hassall (Progressive) who did not contest the election.

MoruyaEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Moruya[68]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform William Millard 956 65.6 +12.5
Independent Joynton Smith 440 30.2
Progressive Theophilus Cox 62 4.3 -42.1
Total formal votes 1,458 99.6 +0.5
Informal votes 6 0.4 -0.5
Turnout 1,464 70.6 -2.2
Liberal Reform hold  

MudgeeEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Mudgee[69]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Edwin Richards 1,318 54.4 +4.3
Liberal Reform Robert Jones 1,104 45.6 -4.3
Total formal votes 2,422 99.4 +0.3
Informal votes 15 0.6 -0.3
Turnout 2,437 74.0 +5.9
Progressive hold  

The MurrayEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Murray[70]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive James Hayes 885 59.3
Independent Liberal Alexander McArthur 607 40.7
Total formal votes 1,492 98.2
Informal votes 27 1.8
Turnout 1,519 49.2
Progressive hold  

The MurrumbidgeeEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Murrumbidgee[71]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Thomas Fitzpatrick 1,111 66.6 -2.8
Labour Percy Waxman 558 33.4 +2.8
Total formal votes 1,669 99.3 +0.2
Informal votes 12 0.7 -0.2
Turnout 1,681 57.7 -3.1
Progressive hold  

NarrabriEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Narrabri[72]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Albert Collins 738 51.2
Labour John Gately 520 36.1 -4.6
Independent Progressive Job Sheldon 184 12.8
Total formal votes 1,442 99.7 +1.4
Informal votes 5 0.4 -1.4
Turnout 1,447 60.2 +1.6
Liberal Reform gain from Labour  

The sitting member was Hugh Ross (Labour) who unsuccessfully contested Quirindi.

The NepeanEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Nepean[73]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Thomas Smith 930 53.8 +11.5
Liberal Reform Samuel Lees 799 46.2 -1.8
Total formal votes 1,729 100.0 +1.2
Informal votes 0 0.0 -1.2
Turnout 1,729 72.5 +3.7
Progressive gain from Liberal Reform  

Newcastle EastEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Newcastle East[74]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform William Dick 1,037 66.9 +6.7
Labour James Curley 514 33.1
Total formal votes 1,551 99.6 +1.3
Informal votes 7 0.5 -1.3
Turnout 1,558 69.0 +3.7
Liberal Reform hold  

Newcastle WestEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Newcastle West[75]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Owen Gilbert 802 57.9
Progressive Emmanuel Flynn 316 22.8 -23.6
Labour Thomas Green 267 19.3 -34.3
Total formal votes 1,385 99.4 -0.5
Informal votes 9 0.7 +0.5
Turnout 1,394 70.8 +7.5
Liberal Reform gain from Labour  

The sitting member was James Thomson (Labour) who did not contest the election.

Newtown-CamperdownEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Newtown-Camperdown[76]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Progressive James Smith 759 35.1 +10.2
Liberal Reform Thomas Probert 562 26.0 -1.3
Independent Liberal William Clegg 382 17.7
Labour Samuel Heaton 270 12.5 +7.2
Independent Liberal Richard Bellemey 165 7.6
Socialist Labor Andrew Thomson 24 1.1
Total formal votes 2,162 99.0 +0.5
Informal votes 22 1.0 -0.5
Turnout 2,184 62.6 +0.8
Independent Progressive gain from Liberal Reform  

The sitting member was Francis Cotton (Liberal Reform) who did not contest the election.

Newtown-ErskineEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Newtown-Erskine[77]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Robert Hollis 921 49.7
Liberal Reform Edmund Molesworth 886 47.8 -13.5
Independent Liberal Leopold Bertram 46 2.5 +2.5
Total formal votes 1,853 99.3 -0.5
Informal votes 14 0.8 +0.5
Turnout 1,867 61.0 +1.3
Labour gain from Liberal Reform  

Newtown-St PetersEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Newtown-St Peters[78]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Liberal James Fallick 790 35.0
Labour George Clark 770 34.2
Liberal Reform William Rigg 662 29.4 -31.9
Independent David Hayes 16 0.7
Independent Progressive James Mitchell 13 0.6 +0.2
Independent Walter Arnold 4 0.2
Total formal votes 2,255 99.1 +0.2
Informal votes 20 0.9 -0.2
Turnout 2,275 62.7 -0.5
Independent Liberal gain from Liberal Reform  

NorthumberlandEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Northumberland[79]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent John Norton unopposed
Independent gain from Protectionist  

Richard Stevenson  (Protectionist) died in 1899 and John Norton (Independent) won the seat in a by-election.

OrangeEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Orange[80]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Harry Newman 1,012 45.6 -8.3
Independent Liberal Albert Gardiner 613 27.6
Progressive Patrick Flanagan 595 26.8 -19.3
Total formal votes 2,220 99.5 +0.3
Informal votes 12 0.5 -0.3
Turnout 2,232 68.0 -2.2
Liberal Reform hold  

PaddingtonEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Paddington[81]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Charles Oakes 878 38.0 -15.0
Progressive Thomas West 766 33.2 -13.0
Independent Robert Usher 459 19.9
Independent Thomas Meagher 111 4.8
Independent Frederick Harper 97 4.2
Total formal votes 2,311 99.5 +1.0
Informal votes 11 0.5 -1.0
Turnout 2,322 60.0 -1.5
Liberal Reform hold  

The sitting member was John Neild (Liberal Reform) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 as a Senator for NSW.

ParramattaEdit

1904 New South Wales state election: Parramatta[82]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Tom Moxham 3,422 64.37
Independent William Ferris 1,849 34.78
Labour Charles Summerhayes 45 0.85
Total formal votes 5,316 99.11
Informal votes 48 0.89
Turnout 5,364 68.06
Liberal Reform hold  

PetershamEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Petersham[83]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform John Cohen 1,436 58.6 +21.7
Independent Liberal Joseph Cockbaine 950 38.8
Independent William Richardson 64 2.6
Total formal votes 2,450 99.3 -0.6
Informal votes 18 0.7 +0.6
Turnout 2,468 65.6 -2.8
Member changed to Liberal Reform from Progressive  

QueanbeyanEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Queanbeyan[84]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Edward O'Sullivan 866 69.0 +15.0
Liberal Reform Charles Turner 376 29.9 -13.8
Independent Liberal Patrick McNamara 14 1.1
Total formal votes 1,256 98.4 -0.6
Informal votes 21 1.6 +0.6
Turnout 1,277 65.1 -4.8
Progressive hold  

QuirindiEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Quirindi[85]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Robert Levien 808 58.5 +4.7
Liberal Reform John Rodgers 380 27.5
Labour Hugh Ross 194 14.0 -30.3
Total formal votes 1,382 99.2 -0.1
Informal votes 11 0.8 +0.1
Turnout 1,393 59.8 -3.0
Member changed to Progressive from Independent  

RaleighEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Raleigh[86]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive George Briner 827 51.1 +12.8
Independent Henry Boltwood 470 29.0
Independent Richard Cooke 154 9.5
Independent Progressive Eugene Rudder 101 6.2
Independent Jeremiah Mannix 67 4.1
Total formal votes 1,619 99.0 -0.3
Informal votes 16 1.0 +0.3
Turnout 1,635 68.6 +5.7
Progressive gain from Independent  

The sitting member John McLaughlin (Independent) did not contest the election.

RandwickEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Randwick[87]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform David Storey 1,367 72.4 +21.4
Progressive James O'Donnell 508 26.9 -22.1
Independent Thomas Armfield 13 0.7
Total formal votes 1,888 98.3 -1.4
Informal votes 33 1.7 +1.4
Turnout 1,921 53.3 -7.6
Liberal Reform hold  

RedfernEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Redfern[88]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour James McGowen 1,560 68.9 +13.8
Liberal Reform Peter McNaught 608 26.9 +26.9
Independent Joseph Butterfield 96 4.2 +3.5
Total formal votes 2,264 99.5 +0.3
Informal votes 11 0.5 -0.3
Turnout 2,275 61.1 +4.4
Labour hold  

The RichmondEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Richmond[89]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Robert Pyers 854 73.2 -6.0
Liberal Reform Thomas McFadden 222 19.0
Independent Liberal John Harper 91 7.8
Total formal votes 1,167 99.2 +0.3
Informal votes 10 0.9 -0.3
Turnout 1,177 53.0 +3.7
Progressive hold  

RobertsonEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Robertson[90]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform William Fleming 1,017 50.7 +12.3
Progressive Robert Fitzgerald (defeated) 991 49.4 -12.3
Total formal votes 2,008 98.8 +0.4
Informal votes 24 1.2 -0.4
Turnout 2,032 68.3 +6.6
Liberal Reform gain from Progressive  

RydeEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Ryde[91]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Liberal Frank Farnell 1,039 44.6 +1.5
Liberal Reform Thomas Henley 684 29.3
Independent Edward Terry 604 25.9 -24.4
Independent Progressive Henry Tucker 4 0.2
Total formal votes 1,167 99.2 -0.3
Informal votes 10 0.9 +0.3
Turnout 1,177 53.0 -16.1
Independent Liberal gain from Independent Progressive  

RylstoneEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Rylstone[92]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform John Fitzpatrick 932 62.5 +8.3
Progressive Thomas Arkins 559 37.5 -8.3
Total formal votes 1,491 100.0 +0.7
Informal votes 0 0.0 -0.7
Turnout 1,491 60.1 -4.9
Liberal Reform hold  

St GeorgeEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: St George[93]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Joseph Carruthers 1,519 69.2 -2.6
Labour William Flinn 676 30.8
Total formal votes 2,195 100.0 +0.8
Informal votes 0 0.0 -0.8
Turnout 2,195 53.2 -11.6
Liberal Reform hold  

St LeonardsEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: St Leonards[94]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Edward Clark 1,066 53.7 -11.9
Independent Liberal Thomas Creswell 801 40.3
Labour Peter O'Connell 119 6.0
Total formal votes 1,986 99.5 +0.4
Informal votes 11 0.6 -0.4
Turnout 1,997 59.3 +1.8
Liberal Reform hold  

SherbrookeEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sherbrooke[95]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Broughton O'Conor 823 56.4 +6.9
Liberal Reform John Roughley 505 34.6 -13.2
Independent Liberal Adam Pringle 132 9.0
Total formal votes 1,460 99.2 -0.1
Informal votes 12 0.8 +0.1
Turnout 1,472 66.0 +4.4
Member changed to Independent from Progressive  

The ShoalhavenEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Shoalhaven[96]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Mark Morton 927 55.5
Progressive David Davis 742 44.5 -11.5
Total formal votes 1,669 99.2 -0.1
Informal votes 14 0.8 +0.1
Turnout 1,683 83.7 +22.0
Liberal Reform gain from Independent Progressive  

SingletonEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Singleton[97]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Charles Dight 972 57.1 +1.0
Liberal Reform Augustus Walker 585 34.4 -9.5
Independent Thomas Blick 144 8.5
Total formal votes 1,701 99.8 +0.3
Informal votes 4 0.2 -0.3
Turnout 1,705 68.2 +4.2
Progressive hold  

SturtEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sturt[98]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labor William Ferguson 716 64.6
Labour Charles Maley 392 35.4
Total formal votes 1,108 98.7 -0.3
Informal votes 15 1.3 +0.3
Turnout 1,123 53.9 +16.9
Member changed to Independent Labour from Labour  

William Ferguson had been elected in 1898 as a Labour representative, however he was denied endorsement due to his independent behaviour in the Assembly.

Sydney-BelmoreEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-Belmore[99]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Eden George 715 49.6 +15.9
Liberal Reform James Graham 672 46.6 -3.1
Labour William Gocher 47 3.3
Independent John Donovan 8 0.6
Total formal votes 1,442 98.8 -0.6
Informal votes 17 1.2 +0.6
Turnout 1,459 54.1 +2.1
Progressive gain from Liberal Reform  

Sydney-BlighEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-Bligh[100]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Patrick Quinn 781 49.7 -4.9
Liberal Reform John Brindley 604 38.4 -5.6
Independent John Hughes 85 5.4
Labour Daniel Healey 76 4.8
Independent Liberal John Campbell 27 1.7
Total formal votes 1,573 99.8 +1.0
Informal votes 3 0.2 -1.0
Turnout 1,576 56.4 +2.9
Progressive hold  

Sydney-CookEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-Cook[101]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Samuel Whiddon 665 41.2 -11.0
Progressive George Perry 623 38.6 -7.5
Independent John Griffin 170 10.5
Labour Philip Mulholland 135 8.4
Independent Progressive William Hart 17 1.1
Independent Henry Cato 4 0.3
Total formal votes 1,614 99.3 -0.1
Informal votes 11 0.7 +0.1
Turnout 1,625 64.4 +7.3
Liberal Reform hold  

Sydney-DenisonEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-Denison[102]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Andrew Kelly 804 53.9
Liberal Reform George Harris 570 38.2 -22.2
Independent Liberal William Watts 83 5.6
Independent James Hynes 35 2.4
Total formal votes 1,492 98.7 -0.1
Informal votes 20 1.3 +0.1
Turnout 1,512 61.4 +8.8
Labour gain from Liberal Reform  

The sitting member Sir Matthew Harris (Liberal Reform) did not contest the election.

Sydney-FitzroyEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-Fitzroy[103]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Daniel Levy 605 35.9
Independent Liberal Arthur McElhone 381 22.6
Independent Henry Chapman 379 22.5
Labour Donald McKinnon 121 7.2
Independent Progressive Harry Foran 108 6.4
Independent Denis O'Sullivan 71 4.2
Independent Callaghan Garvan 20 1.2
Total formal votes 1,685 99.1 +0.1
Informal votes 15 0.9 -0.1
Turnout 1,700 56.5 -2.7
Liberal Reform hold  

At the 1898 election Henry Chapman was elected as a Liberal Reform representative, while Daniel Levy had stood as an independent.

Sydney-FlindersEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-Flinders[104]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Arthur Nelson 601 34.9 -13.2
Liberal Reform John Waine 598 34.8 -3.2
Independent Progressive Ernest Gardner 191 11.1 +2.1
Independent Liberal Hezekiah Evers 124 7.2
Independent Progressive James Lawrence 124 7.2
Labour Frederick Sommerhoff 82 4.8 -0.0
Total formal votes 1,720 99.2 +0.2
Informal votes 14 0.8 -0.2
Turnout 1,734 75.8 +23.4
Progressive hold  

Sydney-GippsEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-Gipps[105]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour William Daley 981 53.5 +4.5
Independent Progressive Wilfred Spruson 655 35.7 -14.6
Liberal Reform Elliot Johnson 197 10.8
Total formal votes 1,833 98.9 -0.4
Informal votes 21 1.1 +0.4
Turnout 1,854 64.4 +4.8
Labour gain from Progressive  

Sydney-KingEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-King[106]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Ernest Broughton 550 37.6 -8.3
Liberal Reform Thomas Hughes 532 36.3 -17.3
Independent Alexander Wilson 150 10.3
Independent Ernest Thompson 128 8.7
Independent Liberal Fred Walsh 91 6.2
Independent David Fealy 9 0.6
Independent Liberal Vincent Taylor 4 0.3
Total formal votes 1,464 99.0 -0.3
Informal votes 15 1.0 +0.3
Turnout 1,479 53.0 -1.1
Progressive gain from Liberal Reform  

The sitting member was George Reid (Liberal Reform) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of East Sydney.

Sydney-LangEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-Lang[107]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Power 576 43.8 -9.8
Liberal Reform Evan Jones 447 34.0
Progressive Joseph Chuck 259 19.7 -9.6
Socialist Labor Harry Holland 34 2.6
Total formal votes 1,316 98.8 -0.0
Informal votes 16 1.2 +0.0
Turnout 1,332 56.0 +8.5
Labour hold  

The sitting member was Billy Hughes (Labour) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of West Sydney.

Sydney-PhillipEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-Phillip[108]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Daniel O'Connor 676 41.4 -16.1
Liberal Reform John Moloney 514 31.5 -2.8
Labour George Barnett 442 27.1
Total formal votes 1,632 99.6 +0.3
Informal votes 6 0.4 -0.3
Turnout 1,638 54.1 +2.9
Progressive hold  

Sydney-PyrmontEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Sydney-Pyrmont[109]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Samuel Smith 1,008 92.3 +39.5
Independent Liberal John Sergeant 84 7.7
Total formal votes 1,092 98.8 -0.3
Informal votes 13 1.2 +0.3
Turnout 1,105 46.9 -11.8
Labour hold  

TamworthEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Tamworth[110]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Raymond Walsh 687 44.7
Liberal Reform Albert Piddington 646 42.0 -6.8
Progressive Geoffrey Codrington 204 13.3 -38.0
Total formal votes 1,537 99.4 +0.7
Informal votes 9 0.6 -0.7
Turnout 1,546 68.1 +2.8
Independent gain from Progressive  

The sitting member was William Sawers (Progressive) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of New England.

TenterfieldEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Tenterfield[111]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Charles Lee unopposed
Liberal Reform hold  

TumutEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Tumut[112]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Robert Donaldson 1,127 57.3 +23.6
Labour James Elphick 740 37.6 +5.6
Liberal Reform Charles Royle 100 5.1
Total formal votes 1,967 99.4 +2.5
Informal votes 11 0.6 -2.5
Turnout 1,978 73.8 +1.4
Member changed to Progressive from Independent  

The TweedEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: The Tweed[113]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Richard Meagher 802 66.3 +2.7
Liberal Reform Alexander Eastaughffe 408 33.7
Total formal votes 1,210 98.9 -0.1
Informal votes 14 1.1 +0.1
Turnout 1,224 64.4 +16.0
Independent hold  

Uralla-WalchaEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Uralla-Walcha[114]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Michael MacMahon 572 46.6 -8.8
Liberal Reform Charles Marsh 549 44.7 +39.9
Independent James Watts 103 8.4
Independent Frank Townshend 3 0.2
Total formal votes 1,227 98.6 +0.4
Informal votes 17 1.4 -0.4
Turnout 1,244 68.1 +10.3
Progressive hold  

Wagga WaggaEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Wagga Wagga[115]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive James Gormly 1,128 70.1 -0.5
Independent Progressive George Coleman 482 29.9
Total formal votes 1,610 99.5 +0.2
Informal votes 8 0.5 -0.2
Turnout 1,618 65.0 +12.5
Progressive hold  

WallsendEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Wallsend[116]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Estell 1,560 89.4 +28.1
Socialist Labor James Moroney 185 10.6
Total formal votes 1,745 99.3 -0.1
Informal votes 12 0.7 +0.1
Turnout 1,757 59.2 -13.3
Labour hold  

WaratahEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Waratah[117]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Arthur Griffith 1,099 58.9 +8.6
Independent Progressive William Sharp 766 41.1
Total formal votes 1,865 99.3 -0.1
Informal votes 13 0.7 +0.1
Turnout 1,878 72.0 +3.3
Labour hold  

WarringahEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Warringah[118]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Ellison Quirk 739 34.7
Independent Liberal James Alderson 604 28.4
Liberal Reform James Conroy 490 23.0 -22.0
Independent Liberal Thomas Loxton 296 13.9
Total formal votes 2,129 100.0 +0.5
Informal votes 0 0.0 -0.5
Turnout 2,129 62.6 -3.3
Independent gain from Progressive  

The sitting member was Dugald Thomson (Progressive),[c] who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 as a Free Trade member for the federal seat of North Sydney.

WaterlooEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Waterloo[120]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform George Anderson 1,125 50.9 +0.8
Labour Ernest Banner 1,026 46.5 +25.9
Socialist Labor James Morrish 52 2.4
Independent Henry Maynard 6 0.3 -0.3
Total formal votes 2,209 99.5 +0.3
Informal votes 11 0.5 -0.3
Turnout 2,220 65.2 +2.4
Liberal Reform hold  

WaverleyEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Waverley[121]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform Thomas Jessep 1,035 48.9 -7.4
Independent James Macarthur-Onslow 886 41.8 -1.8
Independent Liberal Alfred Allen 171 8.1
Independent John Carroll 18 0.9 +0.3
Independent David Penfold 8 0.4
Total formal votes 2,118 99.1 -0.0
Informal votes 19 0.9 +0.1
Turnout 2,137 61.9 -1.1
Liberal Reform hold  

WellingtonEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Wellington[122]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform John Haynes 1,239 54.1 -2.9
Progressive John McEwen 1,053 45.9 +2.9
Total formal votes 2,292 100.0 +1.5
Informal votes 0 0.0 -1.5
Turnout 2,292 61.1 -0.8
Liberal Reform hold  

WentworthEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Wentworth[123]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Robert Scobie 649 63.3 +32.3
Independent Harry Harben 258 25.2
Independent Thomas Boynton 85 8.3
Independent Liberal Alexander Cameron 34 3.3
Total formal votes 1,026 99.1 +0.3
Informal votes 9 0.9 -0.3
Turnout 1,035 60.7 +17.0
Labour gain from Progressive  

The sitting member was Sir Joseph Abbott (Protectionist) who did not contest the election.

West MacquarieEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: West Macquarie[124]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Paddy Crick 1,152 59.2 +3.6
Liberal Reform Otto Jaeger 795 40.8 -2.3
Total formal votes 1,947 99.0 +0.8
Informal votes 19 1.0 -0.8
Turnout 1,966 52.6 -4.7
Progressive hold  

West MaitlandEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: West Maitland[125]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent John Gillies 903 78.8 +14.0
Independent Richard Proctor 243 21.2
Total formal votes 1,146 99.7 +0.4
Informal votes 4 0.4 -0.4
Turnout 1,150 45.5 -25.1
Member changed to Independent from Liberal Reform  

WickhamEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Wickham[126]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive John Fegan 1,005 53.7 +5.9
Labour George Errington 677 36.2 +14.5
Liberal Reform William Sheddon 190 10.2
Total formal votes 1,872 99.6 +0.1
Informal votes 8 0.4 -0.1
Turnout 1,880 77.4 +4.6
Member changed to Progressive from Liberal Reform  

WilcanniaEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Wilcannia[127]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labor Richard Sleath 637 47.9 -24.1
Labour John Buzacott 414 31.1
Independent Liberal Thomas Bell 280 21.0
Total formal votes 1,331 99.3 -0.3
Informal votes 10 0.8 +0.3
Turnout 1,341 52.5 +9.9
Member changed to Independent Labour from Labour  

WilloughbyEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Willoughby[128]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform George Howarth 1,671 57.9 +10.1
Independent Liberal Claude Leplastrier 902 31.2
Labour George Waite 314 10.9
Total formal votes 2,887 99.5 -0.2
Informal votes 16 0.6 +0.2
Turnout 2,903 59.8 -4.8
Liberal Reform hold  

WoollahraEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Woollahra[129]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Liberal William Latimer 1,041 56.3 +37.1
Liberal Reform John Garland 809 43.7 -2.9
Total formal votes 1,850 100.0 +0.3
Informal votes 0 0.0 -0.3
Turnout 1,850 61.0 +0.9
Independent Liberal gain from Liberal Reform  

WoronoraEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Woronora[130]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Labor John Nicholson[d] 1,099 56.4 -10.3
Liberal Reform Thomas Bissell 834 42.8
Labour John Wonders 16 0.8
Total formal votes 1,949 98.6 -0.8
Informal votes 27 1.4 +0.8
Turnout 1,976 71.2 +7.0
Member changed to Independent Labour from Liberal Reform  

YassEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Yass[132]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Reform William Affleck 875 52.3 +5.8
Progressive Bernard Grogan 799 47.7 +4.3
Total formal votes 1,674 100.0 +1.2
Informal votes 0 0.0 -1.2
Turnout 1,674 75.5 +12.1
Liberal Reform hold  

YoungEdit

1901 New South Wales state election: Young[133]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour George Burgess 833 39.4 -19.3
Independent Alphonso Tewksbury 614 29.1
Independent Thomas Spring 348 16.5
Independent John Lynch 269 12.7
Liberal Reform James Rankin 49 2.3
Total formal votes 2,113 100.0 +0.8
Informal votes 0 0.0 -0.8
Turnout 2,113 70.1 -2.3
Labour hold  

The sitting member was Chris Watson (Labour) who did not contest the election as he had been elected in March 1901 to the federal seat of Bland.

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ For a comprehensive list, see Candidates of the 1901 New South Wales state election § Retiring members.
  2. ^ The defeated members were Henry Chapman (Sydney-Fitzroy); Thomas Clarke (Darlington); David Davis (Shoalhaven); William Ferris (Parramatta); Robert Fitzgerald (Robertson); John Garland (Woollahra); Sir James Graham (Sydney-Belmore); Samuel Lees (Nepean); Edmund Molesworth (Newtown-Erskine); William Morgan (Hawkesbury); William Rigg (Newtown-St Peters); Hugh Ross (Quirindi); Wilfred Spruson (Sydney-Gipps); Thomas Taylor (Canterbury); Edward Terry (Ryde); Charles Wilson (Armidale); James Young (Manning).[3]
  3. ^ Dugald Thomson had been elected as member of the Progressive party in 1898, then known as the National Federal party, described as a free trade federationist.[119]
  4. ^ 1898 was the only election at which John Nicholson was listed as anything other than Independent Labour and Antony Green suggests he may have been better classified as Independent Labour for 1898.[131]

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