George Fowlds

George Fowlds

George Matthew Fowlds (1860–1934) was a New Zealand politician of the Liberal Party.

Member of Parliament

George Fowlds represented the City of Auckland electorate from 1899 to 1902, and then the Grey Lynn electorate from 1902 to 1911.

Independent Liberal

Though critical of some of the policies of Premier Richard Seddon, Fowlds did not support the New Liberal Party in 1905. [citation |first = G. F. |last = Whitcher |title = The New Liberal Party 1905 [M.A.(Hons.) - University of Canterbury] |year = 1966 |page = 61] He was "in favour of the referendum and an elective Executive". [citation |title = The Cyclopedia of New Zealand: industrial, descriptive, historical, biographical facts, figures, illustrations |place = Wellington, [N.Z.] |publisher = Cyclopedia Co. |year = 1902 |page = 98]

Fowlds was Minister of Education and Public Health from 1906 to 1911. He resigned from Cabinet in September 1911 so he could remain a private member until there was "a truly democratic party in a position to form a government" [citation |journal = New Zealand Parliamentary Debates |volume = 155 |pages = 256-258 |year = 1911]

Fowlds stood as an Independent Liberal Labour candidate for Grey Lynn in the 1911 election. At the next contest in 1914 he was under the United Labour Party banner. But, in 1919, he was again a Liberal. [citation |first = Barry S. |last = Gustafson |author-link = Barry Gustafson |title = The Advent of the NZ Labour Party, 1910-1919 [M.A. - University of Auckland] |year = 1961 |pages = 299-300]

References

Further reading

Works of Fowlds

:*citation |title = Education portfolio: claims of Mr F.E. Baume and Sir George Fowlds |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = n.p. |year = 1941?:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = A political address to the electors of the City of Auckland: delivered in the City Hall, Auckland on September 29, 1896 |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = H. Brett, General Printer |year = 1896:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = The ethics of the land question: an address delivered at the Congregational Union, Wellington, February, 1896 |place = Wellington, [N.Z.] |publisher = Edwards, Russell & Co. |year = 1896:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Progress towards unity: an address delivered from the chair of the Congregational Union of New Zealand at Dunedin, February, 1899 |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Printed by H. Brett |year = 1899:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Paper on party government, read at the National Council of Women of New Zealand, held at Dunedin, May 1900. |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Abel, Dykes & Co. |year = 1900:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = The true policy for the Liberal Party in New Zealand by Onlooker. |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Wright & Jacques, newspaper and general printers |year = 1902:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = The worker and his wages: an address |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Wright & Jacques, newspaper and general printers |year = 1902:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Geo. Fowlds, social reformer: candidate for Grey Lynn, 1905. |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Observer Printing Works |year = 1905:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Education Act Amendment Bill: speeches delivered in Parliament on the 27th August, the 8th September, and the 6th and the 7th October, 1908 |place = Wellington, [N.Z.] |publisher = Government Printer |year = 1908:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Pre-sessional address : the Hon. George Fowlds at Grey Lynn, interestin political speech : an enshusiastic [i.e enthusiastic] meeting |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Printed at Star Office |year = 1910:*This is reprinted from the "Auckland Star" of 3 June 1910.:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = The new Evangel: an address |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = N.Z. Land Values League |year = 1911:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Practical politics for the people: evolution v. revolution : an appeal to wageworkers and employers, to capitalists and professional men, to exploiters and exploited |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = N.Z. Land Values League |year = 1913:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = The drift towards anarchy: its cause and its cure: the church’s neglected duty |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Wright & Jacques, General Printers |year = 1914:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = To the electors of Grey Lynn: Hon. Geo. Fowlds, formerly Minister of Education and Public Health |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Observer Print. Works |year = 1914:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = To the electors of Grey Lynn: Hon. Geo. Fowlds, the progressive Liberal and Labour candidate |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Wright & Jaques, Printers |year = 1914:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Six o’clock closing: Auckland business men’s deputation to the Right Hon. W.F. Massey, P.C. (Premier N.Z.) May 29th, 1916 / addresses by Geo. Fowlds and A.J. Entrican. |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Wright & Jaques, Printers |year = 1916:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Is New Zealand a democracy? |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Eden Gazette |year = 1917?:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Manual of chairmanship |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Auckland Branch, Workers’ Educational Association |year = 1918:*The second edition of this title appeared in 1962.:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = The single tax: a Rotarian Club address / by Geo. Fowlds |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Wright & Jaques, Printers |year = 1922:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Taxation and commerce / retiring address of the Hon. George Fowlds, C.B.E. as president of the Auckland Chamber of Commerce, Thursday, February 8th, 1922 |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Wright & Jaques, Printers |year = 1923:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Planning Auckland for to-morrow / Geo. Fowlds. |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Eden Gazette Print |year = 1925?:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = A review of the past decade [Bulletin (Auckland University College) ; no. 11. : Bulletin (Auckland University College). Administrative series ; no. 1.] |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Auckland University College |year = 1930:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = President’s address " [at fiftieth jubilee of College] " |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Auckland University College |year = 1933:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Princess or prisoner? / by Geo. M. Fowlds |place = n.p. |publisher = n.p. |year = 1956:*citation |first = George |last = Fowlds |title = Reminiscences of South Africa and New Zealand |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = G. Fowlds |year = 1964:*citation |first = George et al. |last = Fowlds |title = Opinions on the war |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = George Hunt & Co., for the Trades, Labour and Friendly Societies’ Carnival Queen Committee |year = 1915

Works about Fowlds

:*citation |title = The Cyclopedia of New Zealand: industrial, descriptive, historical, biographical facts, figures, illustrations |place = Wellington, [N.Z.] |publisher = Cyclopedia Co. |year = 1902:*citation |journal = New Zealand Parliamentary Debates |volume = 155 |pages = 256-258 |year = 1911:*citation |title = A story of progress! |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Cleave Ltd., Typ |year = 1913:*This is reprinted from the "N.Z. Town and Country Life" of 25 June 1913.:*citation |title = Leaders of the trade: the Hon. George Fowlds, C.B.E. |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Brett Printing Co. |year = 1921:*This is reprinted from the "New Zealand draper" of 30 November 1921.:*citation |first = James |last = Barr |title = The late Sir George Fowlds, Kt., C.B.E.: distinguished New Zealand statesman, notable native of Fenwick Parish / tributes by James Barr and others. |place = Kilmarnock, [Scotland] |publisher = Kilmarnock Standard |year = 1936:*citation |first = Allan George |last = Coulam |title = The life and work of the Hon. Sir George Fowlds, Kt., C.B.E., with special reference to his educational activities |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Harvison & Seymour |year = 1947:* This is a version of an undated M.A. thesis from the University of Auckland.:*citation |first = J. Kirkwood (ed.) |last = Fairlie |title = Matthew Fowlds, centenarian weaver, 1806-1907, and other Fenwick worthies: with brief histories of the martyrs and covenanters of Fenwick, the Secession Church, and the Weavers’ Society |place = Kilmarnock, [Scotland] |publisher = Kilmarnock Standard |year = 1910:*citation |first = Barry S. |last = Gustafson |author-link = Barry Gustafson |title = The Advent of the NZ Labour Party, 1910-1919 [M.A. - University of Auckland] |year = 1961:*citation |first = David |last = Hamer |title = The New Zealand Liberals: the years of power, 1891-1912 |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Auckland University Press |year = 1988 |isbn = 1-869-40014-3:*citation |first = Frank |last = Rogers |title = The Fowlds papers: an inventory of the Sir George Fowlds collection |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = University of Auckland Library |year = 1964:* This book had a second edition in 1976.:*citation |first = Frank |last = Rogers |title = The Fowlds papers index of correspondents and subjects 1878-1934 |place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Archives Press |year = 1980:*citation |first = Herbert Otto |last = Roth |title = 'FOWLDS, Sir George', from An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand, edited by A. H. McLintock, originally published in 1966. Te Ara - The Encyclopedia of New Zealand, updated 18-Sep-2007 |url = http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/1966/F/FowldsSirGeorge/en |accessdate = 2008-05-17:*citation |first = G. F. |last = Whitcher |title = The New Liberal Party 1905 [M.A.(Hons.) - University of Canterbury] |year = 1966:*citation |first = James Oakley |last = Wilson |title = The New Zealand Parliamentary Record 1840-1984|edition = 4th |place = Wellington, [N.Z.] |publisher = Government Printer |year = 1985:*citation |first = G. Antony (ed.) |last = Wood |title = Ministers and Members in the New Zealand Parliament |place = Dunedin, [N.Z.] |publisher = Otago University Press |year = 1996 |isbn = 1-877-13300-0



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