Members of the South Australian House of Assembly, 1927–1930

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This is a list of members of the South Australian House of Assembly from 1927 to 1930, as elected at the 1927 state election:[1]

Name Party Electorate Term of office
Ernest Anthoney Liberal Sturt 1921–1938
Dr Herbert Basedow Independent Barossa 1927–1930, 1933
Frederick Birrell Labor North Adelaide 1921–1933
Alfred Blackwell Labor West Torrens 1918–1938
Richard Layton Butler Liberal Wooroora 1915–1918, 1921–1938
Thomas Butterfield Labor Newcastle 1915–1917, 1918–1933
Archie Cameron Country Wooroora 1927–1934
Reginald Carter Country/Liberal [2] Burra Burra 1927–1930
Edward Coles Country/Liberal [2] Flinders 1927–1930
Clement Collins Labor Murray 1924–1933
Hon Frederick Coneybeer Liberal East Torrens 1893–1921, 1924–1930
George Cooke Labor Barossa 1924–1933
Henry Crosby Liberal Barossa 1917–1924, 1924–1930, 1933–1938
Bill Denny Labor Adelaide 1900–1905, 1906–1933
Bert Edwards Labor Adelaide 1917–1931
John Fitzgerald Labor Port Pirie 1918–1936
Herbert George Labor Adelaide 1926–1933
Edward Giles Liberal Yorke Peninsula 1926–1933
Walter Hamilton Liberal East Torrens 1917–1924, 1925–1930, 1933–1938
Ernest Hannaford Liberal Murray 1927–1930
William Harvey Labor Newcastle 1918–1933
Percy Heggaton Liberal Alexandra 1906–1915, 1923–1938
Lionel Hill Labor Port Pirie 1915–1917, 1918–1933
Hon Hermann Homburg Liberal Murray 1906–1915, 1927–1930
Herbert Hudd Liberal Alexandra 1912–1915, 1920–1938, 1941–1948
Shirley Jeffries Liberal North Adelaide 1927–1930, 1933–1944, 1947–1953
George Jenkins Liberal Burra Burra 1918–1924, 1927–1930, 1933–1956
Francis Jettner Liberal Burra Burra 1927–1930
John Jonas Labor Port Adelaide 1927–1933
Hon George Laffer Liberal Alexandra 1913–1933
John Lyons Liberal Stanley 1926–1948
John McInnes Labor West Torrens 1918–1950
Malcolm McIntosh Country/Liberal [2] Albert 1921–1959
James McLachlan [2] Liberal Wooroora 1918–1930
Frederick McMillan Country/Liberal [2] Albert 1921–1933
James Moseley Liberal Flinders 1910–1933
Robert Nicholls Liberal Stanley 1915–1956
John Pedler Labor Wallaroo 1918–1938
Peter Reidy Liberal Victoria 1915–1932
Herbert Richards Liberal Sturt 1921–1930
Robert Richards Labor Wallaroo 1918–1949
Eric Shepherd Labor Victoria 1924–1933
Albert Sutton Liberal East Torrens 1927–1930
Thomas Thompson [1] Independent Protestant Labor Port Adelaide 1927, 1927–1930
Henry Tossell Liberal Yorke Peninsula 1915–1930
Edward Vardon Liberal Sturt 1918–1921, 1924–1930
1 Port Adelaide Independent Labor MHA Thomas Thompson was unseated on 30 May 1927, after a challenge from defeated Labor MHA Frank Condon over a defamatory pamphlet. Thompson contested and won the resulting by-election on 2 July.
2 In February 1928, four members of the Country Party, Reginald Carter (Burra Burra), Edward Coles (Flinders) and Malcolm McIntosh and Frederick McMillan (Albert), resigned from the party and joined the Liberal Federation following the breakdown of amalgamation talks.[2][3]
3 Wooroora Liberal MHA James McLachlan resigned on 31 January 1930. No by-election was held due to the proximity of the 1930 state election.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Statistical Register of the Legislature, 1836 to 2009" (PDF). Parliament of South Australia. Retrieved 16 June 2015. 
  2. ^ "SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLITICS". Western Argus. Kalgoorlie, WA. 21 February 1928. p. 10. Retrieved 17 September 2015 – via National Library of Australia. 
  3. ^ "STATE POLITICS". The Advertiser. Adelaide. 15 February 1928. p. 13. Retrieved 17 September 2015 – via National Library of Australia.