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South Province (Western Australia)
South Province was an electoral province of the Legislative Council of Western Australia between 1900 and 1989. It elected three members between 1900 and 1965 and two members between 1965 and 1989.
Members
Three members (1900–1965)
Member 1PartyTermMember 2PartyTermMember 3PartyTerm
 Thomas BrimageNone1900–1906 John GlowreyNone1900–1904 George BellinghamNone1900–1908
  William OatsNone1904–1910 
 John GlowreyNone1906–1910  
   Sir John KirwanNone1908–1910
 Independent1910–1912 Jabez DoddLabor1910–1917 Independent1910–1946
 James CornellLabor1912–1917  
 Nat. Labor1917–1924 Nat. Labor1917–1924 
 Nationalist1924–1945 Nationalist1924–1928 
  George RainsfordNationalist1928 
  Charles WilliamsLabor1928–1948 
 Liberal1945–1946  
   George BennettsLabor1946–1950
 Robert BoylenLabor1947–1950  
  John CunninghamLiberal1948–1950 
Major reconstitution in 1950 – existing South Province members effectively swapped with existing South-East Province members.
 Jack ThomsonCountry1950–1965 Hugh RocheCountry1950–1960 Anthony LotonCountry1950–1965
  Sydney ThompsonCountry1960–1965 
Two members (1965–1989)
Member 1PartyTermMember 2PartyTerm
 Edward HouseCountry1965–1971 Jack ThomsonCountry1965–1974
 David WordsworthLiberal1971–1989 
  Thomas KnightLiberal1974–1986
  John CaldwellNational1986–1989
References
David Black (2014), The Western Australian Parliamentary Handbook (Twenty-Third Edition), pp. 221–222, 226
Last edited on 7 August 2018, at 20:17
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