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Candidates of the New South Wales colonial election, 1894

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This is a list of candidates for the 1894 New South Wales colonial election. The election was held on 17 July 1894.

Contents

This election saw the Assembly reconstituted into single-member constituencies. As such it is impossible to determine which party notionally held each electorate.

Protectionist

  • Robert Barbour MLA (Murray)
  • James Torpy MLA (Orange)
  • Free Trade

  • William A'Beckett MLA (Bogan)
  • Robert Booth MLA (Bogan)
  • David Dale MLA (Central Cumberland)
  • James Eve MLA (Canterbury)
  • William Holborow MLA (Argyle)
  • James Inglis MLA (New England)
  • James Marks MLA (Paddington)
  • Bruce Smith MLA (Glebe)
  • Robert Wilkinson MLA (Balranald)
  • Independent

  • John Want MLA (Paddington) – Independent Free Trade
  • Thomas Williams MLA (Upper Hunter) – Independent Labor
  • Legislative Assembly

    Sitting members are shown in bold text. Successful candidates are highlighted in the relevant colour. Where there is possible confusion, an asterisk (*) is also used.

    References

    Candidates of the New South Wales colonial election, 1894 Wikipedia


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