Joseph Linklater(12 March 1876 – 25 April 1961) was a Reform Party Member of Parliament.
Linklater saw active service as a private in the 6th New Zealand Contingent during the Second Boer War. During World War I he was a second lieutenant in the New Zealand Services Motor-Service Corps.
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He was elected to the Manawatu electorate in the 1922 general election after Edward Newman retired, and held the electorate until he was defeated by Labour's Lorrie Hunter in 1935.
In 1935, Linklater was awarded the King George V Silver Jubilee Medal.He was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for services in connection with the supervision of disabled servicemen's farms in the 1949 New Year Honours.
Linklater died at Foxton in 1961and was buried at Kelvin Grove Cemetery, Palmerston North.
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