Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1909–1912

This is a list of members of the 18th Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1909 to 1912, as elected at the 1909 state election held on 2 October 1909.[1]

Name Party Electorate Term in office
John Adamson[1] Labor Rockhampton 1907–1909; 1911–1917
James Allan Ministerial South Brisbane 1909–1915
Frank Allen Labor Bulloo 1909–1912
John Appel Ministerial Albert 1908–1929
William Armstrong Ministerial Lockyer 1893–1904; 1907–1918
George Barber Labor Bundaberg 1901–1935
George Barnes Ministerial Warwick 1908–1935
Walter Barnes Ministerial Bulimba 1901–1915; 1918–1933
Joshua Thomas Bell[3] Ministerial Dalby 1893–1911
James Blair Opposition Ipswich 1902–1915
Charles Booker Ministerial Maryborough 1909–1918
Thomas Bouchard Ministerial South Brisbane 1904–1908; 1909–1915
David Bowman Labor Fortitude Valley 1899–1902; 1904–1916
James Brennan Ministerial North Rockhampton 1907–1912
Edward Breslin Labor Port Curtis 1909–1912
Thomas Bridges Ministerial Nundah 1896–1907; 1909–1918
Charles Collins Labor Burke 1909–1912, 1915–1936
Edward Corser Ministerial Maryborough 1909–1915
Richard John Cottell[6] Ministerial Toowong 1908–1911
Harry Coyne Labor Warrego 1908–1923
James Crawford Labor/Independent [4] Fitzroy 1909–1915
James Cribb Ministerial Bundamba 1893–1896; 1899–1915
Digby Denham Ministerial Oxley 1902–1915
Henry Douglas Opposition Cook 1907–1915
Myles Ferricks Labor Bowen 1909–1912, 1920–1929
Thomas Foley Labor Townsville 1909–1920
Edward Barrow Forrest Ministerial Brisbane North 1899–1912
James Forsythe Ministerial Moreton 1899–1907; 1909–1918
George Fox Ministerial Normanby 1877–1878; 1901–1914
Kenneth Grant Ministerial Rockhampton 1902–1915
Francis Grayson Ministerial Cunningham 1904–1920
Donald Gunn Ministerial Carnarvon 1907–1920
William Hamilton Labor Gregory 1899–1915
Herbert Hardacre Labor Leichhardt 1893–1919
Arthur Hawthorn[2] Ministerial Enoggera 1902–1911
Robert Hodge Ministerial Burnett 1902–1904; 1909–1920
David Hunter Ministerial Woolloongabba 1908–1912
John Hunter Labor Maranoa 1907–1919
Denis Keogh[5] Ministerial Rosewood 1896–1902; 1904–1911
William Kidston[1] Ministerial Rockhampton 1896–1911
Edward Land Labor Balonne 1904–1927
William Lennon Labor Herbert 1907–1920
Vincent Lesina Labor Clermont 1899–1912
Edward Macartney[6] Ministerial Brisbane North
1900–1908; 1909–1920
Donald MacKintosh Ministerial Cambooya 1899–1915
Peter McLachlan Labor Fortitude Valley 1908–1912, 1915–1920,
John Mann Opposition Cairns 1904–1912
John May Labor Flinders 1907–1917
Godfrey Morgan Ministerial Murilla 1909–1938
Daniel Mulcahy Labor Gympie 1901–1912
John Mullan Labor Charters Towers 1908–1912, 1918–1941
William Murphy Opposition Croydon 1904–1907; 1908–1918
Thomas Nevitt Labor Carpentaria 1907–1912
James O'Sullivan Labor Kennedy 1909–1920
Walter Paget Ministerial Mackay 1901–1915
John Payne Labor Mitchell 1905–1928
Andrew Lang Petrie Ministerial Toombul 1893–1926
Robert Philp Ministerial Townsville 1886–1915
Colin Rankin Ministerial Burrum 1905–1918
Robert Roberts Ministerial Drayton & Toowoomba 1907–1934
George Ryland Labor Gympie 1899–1912
William Ryott Maughan Labor Ipswich 1898–1899; 1904–1912
Henry Plantagenet Somerset Ministerial Stanley 1904–1920
T. J. Ryan Labor Barcoo 1909–1919
Harry Stevens[5] Ministerial Rosewood 1911–1918
James Stodart Ministerial Logan 1896–1918
Edward Swayne Ministerial Mackay 1907–1935
Ted Theodore Labor Woothakata 1909–1925
William Thorn Ministerial Aubigny 1894–1904; 1908–1912
James Tolmie Ministerial Drayton & Toowoomba 1901–1907; 1909–1918
Richard Trout[2] Ministerial Enoggera 1911–1915
William Vowles[3] Ministerial Dalby 1911–1926
Harry Walker Ministerial Wide Bay 1907–1947
Thomas Welsby[6] Ministerial Brisbane North 1911–1915
John White Ministerial Musgrave 1903–1904; 1907–1915
Arnold Wienholt Ministerial Fassifern 1909–1913, 1930–1935
Vern Winstanley Labor Charters Towers 1908–1932
1 On 7 February 1911, William Kidston, the Premier of Queensland and Ministerial member for Rockhampton, resigned to become President of the Land Court. Labor candidate John Adamson won the resulting by-election on 25 February 1911.
2 On 7 February 1911, Arthur Hawthorn, the Ministerial member for Enoggera, resigned following his appointment to the Queensland Legislative Council. Ministerial candidate Richard Trout won the resulting by-election on 25 February 1911.
3 On 10 March 1911, Joshua Thomas Bell, the Ministerial member for Dalby, died. At the resulting by-election on 2 April 1911, Ministerial candidate William Vowles was elected.
4 In July 1911, the member for Fitzroy, James Crawford was expelled from the Labor Party for alleged disloyalty. He served out his term as an independent.
5 On 24 August 1911, Denis Keogh, the Ministerial member for Rosewood, died. Ministerial candidate Harry Stevens won the resulting by-election on 16 September 1911.
6 On 30 August 1911, Richard John Cottell, the Ministerial member for Toowong, died. The Secretary for Public Lands and member for Brisbane North, Edward Macartney, resigned on 5 September. By-elections for both seats were held on 16 September 1911, with Macartney switching to Toowong, and Ministerial candidate Thomas Welsby winning Brisbane North.

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Preceded by
17th Assembly
18th Queensland Legislative Assembly
Succeeded by
19th Assembly
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