Members of the South Australian House of Assembly, 1930–1933

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This is a list of members of the South Australian House of Assembly from 1930 to 1933, as elected at the 1930 state election:

Name Party in 1930 Party in 1933 Electorate Term of office
Ernest Anthoney Liberal LCL Sturt 1921–1938
Frederick Birrell Labor PLP North Adelaide 1921–1933
Alfred Blackwell Labor PLP West Torrens 1918–1938
Richard Layton Butler Liberal LCL Wooroora 1915–1918, 1921–1938
Hon Thomas Butterfield Labor PLP Newcastle 1915–1917, 1918–1933
Archie Cameron Country LCL Wooroora 1927–1934
Martin Collaton [1] N/A (Lang Labor) Labor Adelaide 1931–1933
Clement Collins Labor PLP Murray 1924–1933
George Cooke Labor PLP Barossa 1924–1933
Edward Craigie Single Tax League Single Tax League Flinders 1930–1941
Jack Critchley Labor PLP Burra Burra 1930–1933
Bob Dale Labor Lang Labor Sturt 1930–1938, 1944–1947
Edgar Dawes Labor Labor Sturt 1930–1933
Hon Bill Denny Labor PLP Adelaide 1900–1905, 1906–1933
Samuel Dennison Country LCL Wooroora 1930–1938
Bert Edwards [1] Labor N/A Adelaide 1917–1931
Thomas Edwards Labor PLP Barossa 1930–1933
John Fitzgerald Labor Labor Port Pirie 1918–1936
Even George Labor PLP Burra Burra 1930–1933
Herbert George Labor Labor Adelaide 1926–1933
Edward Giles Liberal LCL Yorke Peninsula 1926–1933
William Harvey Labor PLP Newcastle 1918–1933
Percy Heggaton Liberal LCL Alexandra 1906–1915, 1923–1938
Lionel Hill Labor PLP Port Pirie 1915–1917, 1918–1933
Leonard Hopkins Labor PLP Barossa 1924–1927, 1930–1933
Herbert Hudd Liberal LCL Alexandra 1912–1915, 1920–1938, 1941–1948
Robert Hunter Labor PLP Murray 1930–1933
John Jonas Labor Labor Port Adelaide 1927–1933
Beasley Kearney Labor Labor East Torrens 1930–1933
George Laffer Liberal LCL Alexandra 1913–1933
John Lyons Liberal LCL Stanley 1926–1948
Arthur McArthur Labor PLP East Torrens 1930–1933
Sydney McHugh Labor PLP Burra Burra 1924–1927, 1930–1933, 1941–1944
John McInnes Labor PLP West Torrens 1918–1950
Malcolm McIntosh Liberal LCL Albert 1921–1959
Frederick McMillan Liberal LCL Albert 1921–1933
James Moseley Liberal LCL Flinders 1910–1933
Robert Nicholls Liberal LCL Stanley 1915–1956
Frank Nieass Labor Labor East Torrens 1930–1933, 1938–1941, 1944–1947
Baden Pattinson Liberal LCL Yorke Peninsula 1930–1938, 1947–1965
John Pedler Labor PLP Wallaroo 1918–1938
Vernon Petherick [4] N/A (Liberal) LCL Victoria 1918–1924, 1932–1938, 1941–1945
Peter Reidy [4] Liberal N/A Victoria 1915–1932
Robert Richards Labor PLP Wallaroo 1918–1949
Eric Shepherd Labor PLP Victoria 1924–1933
Frank Staniford Labor PLP Murray 1924–1927, 1930–1933
Albert Thompson Labor Labor Port Adelaide 1930–1946
Walter Warne Labor Labor North Adelaide 1930–1933
1 Adelaide MHA Bert Edwards had his seat vacated for absence without leave on 23 June 1931. Lang Plan Campaign Committee candidate Martin Collaton won the resulting by-election on 25 July, he sat in parliament as a member of the new Lang Labor Party.
2 The Labor Party split in August 1931 over the Cabinet's support for the Premiers' Plan. The state conference of the party expelled the 21 MHAs who had supported it in parliament: Lionel Hill, Bill Denny, Robert Richards, John McInnes, Sydney McHugh, Eric Shepherd, Frank Staniford, Frederick Birrell, Alfred Blackwell, Thomas Butterfield, Clement Collins, Jack Critchley, Even George, William Harvey, Leonard Hopkins, Robert Hunter, Beasley Kearney, Arthur McArthur, John Pedler, Albert Thompson, and Walter Warne. They appealed the decision, but by November most had accepted their expulsion and formed a separate party, the Parliamentary Labor Party; the remnants of the caucus continued to sit as official Labor.
3 Sturt MHA Bob Dale was also expelled from the Labor Party in August 1931 for supporting the rival Lang Plan of New South Wales Premier Jack Lang. He subsequently sat as a member of the nascent Lang Labor Party.
4 Victoria MHA Peter Reidy died on 17 January 1932. Liberal candidate Vernon Petherick won the resulting by-election on 5 March.
5 The Lang Labor Party split in April 1932, with MHA Martin Collaton and a number of senior officials forming the Lang Australian Labor Party. The party merged into the official Labor Party in October.
6 The Liberal Federation merged with the SA branch of the Country Party to form the Liberal and Country League on 9 June 1932.
7 Two expelled MHAs, Albert Thompson and Beasley Kearney, were reinstated to the official Labor Party in June 1932 after an appeal to the party's federal executive. A third MHA, Walter Warne, was also readmitted by the time of the 1933 election.