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Preceded by  New seat
Name  James Ronald
Occupation  Clergyman

Nationality  Scottish Australian
Succeeded by  Division abolished
Role  Writer
James Ronald
Born  27 August 1861 Scotland (1861-08-27)
Died  27 July 1941(1941-07-27) (aged 79)
Political party  Labor (1901–06) Independent (1906)
Movies  The Suspect, Medal for the General, Death Croons the Blues
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James Black Ronald (27 August 1861 – 27 July 1941) was an Australian politician. Born in Scotland, he was educated at Edinburgh University and became a Presbyterian clergyman. Migrating to Australia in 1888, he became a clergyman in Melbourne. In 1901, he attempted to gain Protectionist endorsement to contest the Australian House of Representatives seat of Southern Melbourne; when he was unsuccessful, he turned to the Labor Party, which endorsed him instead. Ronald won the seat, one of only two Victorian Labor members elected in the first federal election. Ronald's seat was abolished in 1906, and he attempted to gain Labor endorsement to contest the neighbouring Melbourne Ports. When this endorsement was given to James Mathews instead, Ronald contested the seat as an independent Labor candidate, but was unsuccessful. He rejoined the ALP after the election, but was one of many Labor members to leave in 1916 over the issue of conscription, eventually ending up in the Nationalist Party. Ronald died in 1941.

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