Frederick Baume

Frederick Baume

Frederick Ehrenfried Baume (1862 - 14 May 1910) was a New Zealand politician of the Liberal Party. From 1902 to 1905 he was one of the three Members of Parliament representing the multi-member City of Auckland electorate.

Before 1905, he had been associated with the New Liberal Party group, which disappeared after 1905.

In 1905, these multi-member electorates were split up, and he won the Auckland East electorate, which he held to 1910, when he died. In the resulting by-election, he was replaced by his cousin Arthur Myers.

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:*citation |title = Report of proceedings at Members’ Dinner held June 22, 1905|place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = Arthur Cleave & Co., Printers |year = 1905

:*"This title chronicles a meeting of the Auckland Chamber of Commerce, with the speeches by politicians (such as "Baume") collected here."

:*citation |first = G. M. |last = Fowlds |title = Education portfolio: claims of Mr F.E. Baume and Sir George Fowlds|place = Auckland, [N.Z.] |publisher = n.p. |year = 1941

:*citation |first = Frank |last = Rogers |title = 'Baume, Frederick Ehrenfried 1862-1910'. Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, updated 22 June 2007 |url = |accessdate = 2008-04-24

:*citation |first = James Oakley |last = Wilson |title = New Zealand Parliamentary Record 1840-1984|edition = 4th |place = Wellington, [N.Z.] |publisher = Government Printer |year = 1985

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