|Member of the New Zealand Parliament |
|Preceded by||William Fraser|
|Born||5 February 1855|
|Died||11 December 1932 77) (aged|
James Horn (5 February 1855 –11 December 1932) was a Liberal Party Member of Parliament from Otago,New Zealand.
Horn was born in Inverkethney,Banffshire,Scotland and came to Otago in 1879. He was a storekeeper at Bannockburn,Otago from 1883 to 1928,when he moved to Dunedin.
|1928||Changed allegiance to:||United|
He won the Wakatipu electorate in the 1919 general election,and held it to 1928,when he retired. 6 over the Clutha River at Albert Town opened in 1930 and was named James Horn Bridge.In parliament he supported construction of the Otago Central Railway to Clyde and then Cromwell,and the breaking-up of large estates. A bridge on what is now State Highway
From 1920 until 1925 he was the Liberal Party's junior whip.
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