Members of the Australian Senate, 1904–1906


Members of the Australian Senate, 1904–1906

This is a list of members of the Australian Senate from 1904 to 1906. Half of its members were elected at the 29–30 March 1901 election and had terms deemed to start on 1 January 1901 and finishing on 31 December 1906; the other half were elected at the 16 December 1903 election and had terms starting on 1 January 1904 and finishing on 30 June 1910, extended as a result of the 1906 referendum, which changed Senate terms to finish on 30 June, rather than 31 December.

Senator Party State Years in Office
Hon Sir Richard Baker[1] Free Trade[2] South Australia 1901–1906
Hon Robert Best[3] Protectionist Victoria 1901–1910, 1910–1922 (HoR)
John Clemons[1] Free Trade Tasmania 1901–1914
John Croft[3] ALP Western Australia 1904–1910
Hon Anderson Dawson[1] ALP Queensland 1901–1906
Hugh de Largie[3] ALP Western Australia 1901–1923
Henry Dobson[3] Tariff Reform Tasmania 1901–1910
Hon James Drake[1] Protectionist Queensland 1901–1906
Edward Findley[3] ALP Victoria 1904–1917, 1923–1929
Simon Fraser[1] Protectionist Victoria 1901–1913
Thomas Givens[3] ALP Queensland 1904–1928
Albert Gould[1] Free Trade New South Wales 1901–1917
John Gray[3] Free Trade New South Wales 1901–1910
Robert Guthrie[3] ALP South Australia 1904–1921
George Henderson[3] ALP Western Australia 1904–1923
William Higgs[1] ALP Queensland 1901–1906, 1910–1922 (HoR)
Hon John Keating[1] Protectionist Tasmania 1901–1923
James Macfarlane[3] Free Trade Tasmania 1901–1910
Alexander Matheson[1] Free Trade Western Australia 1901–1906
Gregor McGregor[3] ALP South Australia 1901–1914
Edward Millen[1] Free Trade New South Wales 1901–1923
Edward Mulcahy[3] Protectionist Tasmania 1901–1910, 1919–1920
John Neild[3] Free Trade New South Wales 1901–1910
David O'Keefe[1] ALP Tasmania 1901–1906, 1910–1914, 1914–1920, 1922–1925 (HoR)
George Pearce[1] ALP Western Australia 1901–1938
Hon Thomas Playford[1] Protectionist South Australia 1901–1906
Edward Pulsford[3] Free Trade New South Wales 1901–1910
Staniforth Smith[1] Free Trade Western Australia 1901–1906
James Stewart[3] ALP Queensland 1901–1917
William Story[3] ALP South Australia 1904–1917
James Styles[1] Protectionist Victoria 1901–1906
Hon Sir Josiah Symon[1] Free Trade South Australia 1901–1913
William Trenwith[3] Independent Victoria 1904–1910
Harry Turley[3] ALP Queensland 1904–1917
James Walker[1] Free Trade New South Wales 1901–1913
Sir William Zeal[1] Protectionist Victoria 1901–1906

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Term finishing 30 December 1906
  2. ^ Prior to the 1906 election the Free Trade Party renamed itself the Anti-Socialist Party.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Term finishing 30 June 1910

References

See also

Members of the Australian Parliament
House of Representatives

1901–1903  · 1903–1906  · 1906–1910

Senate

1901–1903  · 1904–1906  · 1907–1910


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