South-East Province

The South-East Province was an electoral region of the Western Australian Legislative Council, introduced after the introduction of responsible government in the 1890s. It initially comprised Williams, Plantagenet, and Albany Electoral Districts.[1]

MembersEdit

Three members (1894–1965)
Member 1 Party Term Member 2 Party Term Member 3 Party Term
  Frederick Crowder None 1894–1900   Samuel Haynes None 1894–1910   Charles Piesse None 1894–1914
  Wesley Maley None 1900–1909    
  Joseph Cullen None 1909–1910    
  Liberal 1910–1917   Cuthbert McKenzie Liberal 1910–1914   Liberal 1910–1914
    Country 1914–1922   George Sewell Country 1914–1916
      James Greig Country 1916–1925
  Hector Stewart Country 1917–1931    
    Alfred Burvill Country 1922–1928  
      William Glasheen Country 1925–1932
    Charles Wittenoom Country 1928–1940  
  Alec Thomson Country 1931–1950    
      Harold Piesse Ind. Country 1932–1938
      Country 1938–1944
    Hugh Roche Country 1940–1950  
      Anthony Loton Country 1944–1950
Major reconstitution in 1950 – existing South-East Province members effectively swapped with existing South Province members.
  Robert Boylen Labor 1950–1955   John Cunningham Liberal 1950–1954   George Bennetts Labor 1950–1965
    Jim Garrigan None 1954–1965  
  John Cunningham Liberal 1955–1962    
  Claude Stubbs None 1962–1965    

Two members (1965–1989)
Member Party Term Member Party Term
  Jim Garrigan Labor 1965–1971   Claude Stubbs Labor 1965–1980
  Ron Leeson Labor 1971–1983  
    Jim Brown Labor 1980–1989
  Mark Nevill Labor 1983–1989  

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Constitution Act Amendment Act, 1896" (PDF). AustLII. Retrieved 30 April 2016.