Harry Bedford (politician)

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Bedford, Harry D. (1908), Political Fingerposts: an Enquiry into what Labour should do and should not do, Dunedin, [N.Z.]: Printed by the Evening Star Co.
  • (1916), Cost of Living in New Zealand: War Profit and War Finance, Dunedin, [N.Z.]: Printed by the Evening Star Co.
  • ; et al. (1904), The Land Question in Parliament, Wellington, [N.Z.]: Government Printer
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    References

    1. 1 2 3 Gill, Michael. "Bedford, Harry Dodgshun 1877–1918". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography . Ministry for Culture and Heritage . Retrieved 5 April 2011.
    2. "An Appreciation". paperspast.natlib.govt.nz. 18 February 1918. Retrieved 25 May 2022.
    3. Bedford, Harry Dodgshun (1916), The history and practice of banking in New Zealand (Doctoral thesis), OUR Archive, hdl:10523/4539, Wikidata   Q111965749
    4. Lambert, Max (1991). Who's Who in New Zealand, 1991 (12th ed.). Auckland: Octopus. p. 46. ISBN   9780790001302.
    5. Wilson 1985, p. 183.
    6. "The verdict of the polls". Lyttelton Times . Vol. CVIII, no. 12983. 26 November 1902. p. 6.
    7. Gustafson, Barry (1961), The Advent of the New Zealand Labour Party 1910–1919 [M.A. – University of Auckland], p. 299
    8. "Bathing fatality". The Sun. 18 February 1918. p. 4. Retrieved 17 January 2016.

    Further reading

    • Chappell, A.B. (1918), An Appreciation of the Late H.D. Bedford, M.A., L.L.D., Professor of Economics, Wellington, [N.Z.]: Wright & Carman
    • Gustafson, Barry (1961), The Advent of the New Zealand Labour Party 1910–1919 [M.A. – University of Auckland]
    • Paul, John T. (1919), Professor Bedford: his Life and Work, Invercargill, [N.Z.]: Southland Times Co.
    • Whitcher, G. F. (1966), The New Liberal Party 1905 [M.A.(Hons.) – University of Canterbury]
    • Wilson, James Oakley (1985) [First ed. published 1913]. New Zealand Parliamentary Record, 1840–1984 (4th ed.). Wellington: V.R. Ward, Govt. Printer. OCLC   154283103.
    • Wood, G. Antony (ed.) (1996), Ministers and Members in the New Zealand Parliament, Dunedin, [N.Z.]: Otago University Press, ISBN   1-877133-00-0 {{citation}}: |first= has generic name (help)
    Harry Bedford
    Harry Bedford, 1911.jpg
    Member of the New Zealand Parliament
    for Dunedin
    In office
    1902–1905