Members of the Queensland Legislative Council, 1890–1899

Members of the Queensland Legislative Council, 1890–1899

This is a list of members of the Queensland Legislative Council from 1 January 1890 to 31 December 1899. Appointments, made by the Governor of Queensland, were for life, although many members for one reason or another resigned.

The chamber increased in size from 38 to 41 members on 23 August 1894.

Office bearers

President of the Legislative Council:

Chairman of Committees:

  • Thomas Lodge Murray-Prior (31 July 1889—31 December 1892)
  • Frederic Brentnall (26 May 1893—22 July 1902)

Members

Name Date appointed Date left Reason for leaving
William Allan 1897-03-11 1901-10-19
William Aplin 1880-10-19 1901-02-18
John Archibald 1897-03-11 1907-05-20
Andrew Henry Barlow 1896-06-10 1915-03-29
William Box 1874-01-02 1904-01-26
Frederic Brentnall 1886-04-17 1922-03-23
William Brookes 1891-06-27 1897-06-11 Resignation
Robert Bulcock 1894-08-23 1900-05-10
Charles Hardie Buzacott[1] 1894-08-23 1901-05-13
Thomas Joseph Byrnes 1890-08-12 1893-03-13 Transferred to Assembly
Felix Clewitt 1890-07-30 1913-02-13
James Cowlishaw 1878-04-18 1922-03-15
Thomas Cribb 1893-05-23 1896-03-13 Transferred to Assembly
John Deane 1889-07-31 1913-10-27
James Drake 1899-12-07 1901-05-13
John Ferguson 1894-08-23 1906-03-30
John Clark Foote 1877-05-12 1895-08-18 Death
Edward Barrow Forrest 1882-08-15 1899-03-08 Transferred to Assembly
William Forrest 1883-05-13 1903-04-23
James Garrick 1883-11-13 1894-08-28 Seat vacated
Angus Gibson 1899-04-06 1920-05-28
William Graham 1880-08-05 1892-06-07 Death
George Wilkie Gray 1894-08-23 1922-03-22
Augustus Gregory 1882-11-10 1905-06-25
Frederick Hart 1872-07-11 1915-07-15
Frederick Holberton 1885-07-04 1907-09-09
George King 1882-01-26 1890-03-19 Resignation
James Lalor 1888-08-23 1921-08-11
William Lambert 1872-03-15 1901-12-03
John MacAnsh 1886-04-17 1896-08-01 Death
Thomas MacDonald-Paterson 1885-04-22 1896-03-11 Transferred to Assembly
John McDougall 1860-05-01 1895-09-13 Resignation
John McMaster 1899-05-09 1901-07-22
Peter MacPherson 1881-07-01 1913-09-12
Charles Marks 1888-11-28 1922-03-23
Boyd Dunlop Morehead[1] 1896-06-10 1905-10-30
Berkeley Basil Moreton 1888-05-25 1891-06-25 Resignation
Hugh Mosman 1891-06-27 1906-01-17
Thomas Lodge Murray-Prior 1866-02-22 1892-12-31 Death
Hugh Nelson 1898-04-13 1906-01-01
Albert Norton[1] 1894-08-23 1914-03-11
Arthur Hunter Palmer 1881-12-24 1898-03-20 Death
Patrick Perkins 1893-05-23 1901-05-17
William Perry 1890-09-22 1891-06-11 Death
William Pettigrew 1877-05-12 1894-06-23 Seat vacated
William Grene Power 1883-09-19 1903-08-14
Alexander Raff 1884-08-14 1910-06-10
John Scott 1888-08-23 1890-06-26 Resignation
James Thorneloe Smith 1888-08-23 1902-03-14
Joseph Smyth 1882-05-05 1910-07-16
Ernest Stevens 1899-04-06 1920-09-07
James Swan 1878-04-18 1891-05-26 Death
James Taylor 1871-11-04 1893-08-17 Resignation
William Taylor 1886-04-17 1922-03-23
Andrew Thynne 1882-01-26 1922-03-23
John Sargent Turner 1878-04-18 1900-07-29
James Tyson 1893-05-23 1898-12-04 Death
John Webber 1899-05-09 1904-03-12
Andrew Heron Wilson 1883-09-19 1906-08-29
Walter Horatio Wilson 1885-07-04 1902-02-28
Henry Conwell Wood 1886-04-17 1902-12-31
1 The following had served previous terms before the appointment indicated:
  • Charles Hardie Buzacott: 21 January 1879—5 July 1882
  • Boyd Dunlop Morehead: 31 December 1880—3 August 1883
  • Albert Norton: 11 September 1867—29 May 1868

References

  • Waterson, Duncan Bruce: Biographical Register of the Queensland Parliament 1860-1929 (second edition), Sydney 2001.
  • Alphabetical Register of Members (Queensland Parliament)
Preceded by
1880–1889
Queensland Legislative Council
1890–1899
Succeeded by
1900–1909

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