| Australian|| Clerk|
| 9 November 1879
Balmoral, Victoria (1879-11-09) |
4 July 1935(1935-07-04) (aged 55)
Australian Labor Party
Albert Blakey Wikipedia
Albert Edward Howarth Blakey (9 November 1879 – 4 July 1935) was an Australian politician. Born in Balmoral, Victoria, he received a primary education before becoming a clerk, and an official with the Clerks' Union. Blakely also served as secretary of the Hamilton branch of the ALP and a member of the board of directors of the Australian Natives' Association. In 1906 he served as a member of the central executive of the Victorian ALP.
In 1910, he was elected to the Australian Senate as a Labor Senator for Victoria. He was defeated in 1917, and died in Mooroopna in 1935 after a long illness.
The Age called him a good platform speaker and referred to his genial personality.