Members of the South Australian Legislative Council, 1944–1947

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This is a list of members of the South Australian Legislative Council from 1944 to 1947.

Name District Party Term expiry Time in office
Ernest Anthoney Central No. 2 LCL 1947 1941–1959
Ken Bardolph Central No. 1 Labor 1947 1941–1964
Norman Brookman Southern LCL 1947 1941–1949
James Beerworth Northern Labor 1947 1939–1947
Jack Bice Southern LCL 1947 1941–1959
Percy Blesing Northern LCL 1947 1924–1949
Ernest William Castine Midland LCL 1947 1933–1947
Frank Condon Central No. 1 Labor 1950 1928–1961
Collier Cudmore Central No. 2 LCL 1947 1933–1959
Leslie Harold Densley Southern LCL 1950 1944–1967
Sir Walter Gordon Duncan Midland LCL 1950 1918–1962
Harry Edmonds Northern LCL 1950 1944–1962
Bert Hoare Central No. 1 Labor 1950 1944–1956
Sir Edward Holden [1] Central No. 2 LCL 1950 1935–1947
Norman Jude Southern LCL 1950 1944–1971
Lyell McEwin Northern LCL 1950 1934–1975
Alexander Melrose Midland LCL 1947 1941–1962
Oscar Oates Central No. 1 Labor 1947 1933–1951
Reginald Rudall Midland LCL 1950 1944–1955
Sir James Wallace Sandford Central No. 2 LCL 1950 1938–1956
1 LCL MLC Edward Holden, whose term did not expire until 1950, resigned on 8 January 1947, two months before the 1947 Council elections. The vacancy for the remainder of Holden's term was filled by Frank Perry on 8 March, alongside the other class, whose terms would expire in 1953.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Striking Victory For L.C.L Government." The Chronicle. Adelaide: National Library of Australia. 13 March 1947. p. 3. Retrieved 22 January 2015.