This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly between the 1890 elections and the 1894 elections, known as the First Parliament. They held office under the Constitution Act 1889 , which was given royal assent by Queen Victoria on 15 August 1890and took effect on 21 October 1890 with a proclamation by the new Governor of Western Australia, Sir William Robinson.
|Name||District||Years in office|
|William Leonard Baker ||East Kimberley||1890–1893|
|Hon Septimus Burt ||Ashburton||1890–1900|
|Alfred Canning||East Perth||1890–1894|
|Francis Connor ||East Kimberley||1893–1904|
|Lancel de Hamel||Albany||1890–1894|
|Alexander Forrest||West Kimberley||1890–1900|
|Hon Sir John Forrest ||Bunbury||1890–1901|
|Edward Vivien Harvey Keane ||Geraldton||1890–1891|
|George Leake ||Roebourne||1890; 1894–1900; 1901–1902|
|James George Lee-Steere||Nelson||1890–1903|
|Henry Lefroy ||Moore||1892–1901|
|Hon William Marmion ||Fremantle||1890–1896|
|Thomas Molloy ||Perth||1892–1894|
|Frederick Monger ||York||1892–1903|
|Stephen Henry Parker ||York||1890–1892|
|William Silas Pearse||North Fremantle||1890–1895|
|Samuel J. Phillips||Irwin||1890–1904|
|Frederick Henry Piesse||Williams||1890–1909|
|Timothy Quinlan||West Perth||1890–1894; 1897–1911|
|George Randell ||Moore||1890–1892|
|Alexander Richardson||De Grey||1890–1897|
|Dr Edward Scott ||Perth||1890–1891|
|Horace Sholl ||Roebourne||1891–1901|
|Robert Frederick Sholl||Gascoyne||1890–1897|
|George Simpson ||Geraldton||1891–1899|
|Elias Solomon ||South Fremantle||1892–1901|
|David Symon ||South Fremantle||1890–1892|
|Hon Harry Venn ||Wellington||1890–1901|
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