Members of the Western Australian Legislative Council, 1902–1904

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This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Council from 12 May 1902 to 30 May 1904. The chamber had 30 seats made up of ten provinces each electing three members, on a system of rotation whereby one-third of the members would retire at each biennial election.

NameProvinceTerm
expires
Years in office
George Bellingham South 19081900–1908
Henry Briggs West 19041896–1919
Thomas Brimage South 19061900–1912
William Brookman [5] Metropolitan-Suburban 19061900–1903
Richard Burges [3] East 19041894–1903
Ephraim Clarke South-West 19081901–1921
James Connolly North-East 19081901–1914
Frederick Crowder [1] East 19081894–1900; 1901–1902
Andrew Dempster [3] East 19041903–1904
Charles Dempster East 19061873–1874; 1894–1907
John Drew Central 19061900–1918; 1924–1947
John Glowrey South-East 19041900–1904; 1906–1912
John Winthrop Hackett South-West 19061890–1916
Samuel John Haynes South-East 19041894–1910
Adam Jameson [2] Metropolitan-Suburban 19041900–1903
Arthur Jenkins North-East 19041898–1904; 1908–1917
Walter Kingsmill [2] Metropolitan-Suburban 19041903–1922
Zebina Lane [4] Metropolitan-Suburban 19081903–1908
Joseph Langsford [5] Metropolitan-Suburban 19061904–1911
Robert Laurie West 19061901–1912
William Loton [1] East 19081889–1890; 1898–1900;
1902–1908
Edward McLarty South-West 19041894–1916
Wesley Maley South-East 19061900–1909
Matthew Moss West 19081900–1901; 1902–1914
Con O'Brien Central 19041901–1904; 1908–1914
Charles Piesse South-East 19081894–1914
George Randell Metropolitan 19041875–1878; 1880–1890;
1893–1894; 1897–1910
John Richardson North 19041894–1904
Sir George Shenton Metropolitan 19061870–1873; 1875–1906
Charles Sommers North-East 19061900–1918
Joseph Thomson Central 19081902–1908
Frank Stone North 19061894–1906
Sir Edward Wittenoom North 19081883–1884; 1885–1886;
1894–1898; 1902–1906;
1910–1934
Barrington Wood [4] Metropolitan-Suburban 19081902–1903
James Wright Metropolitan 19081902–1908

Notes

1 On 2 May 1902, East Province MLC Frederick Crowder, who had been elected unopposed one week earlier, died. William Loton was elected unopposed on 17 May 1902.
2 On 24 January 1903, Metropolitan-Suburban Province MLC Adam Jameson resigned. Walter Kingsmill, who had resigned as the Assembly member for Pilbara to contest the seat, was elected unopposed on 9 February 1903.
3 On 6 April 1903, East Province MLC Richard Burges resigned. Andrew Dempster won the resulting by-election on 6 May 1903.
4 On 25 August 1903, Metropolitan-Suburban Province MLC Barrington Wood died. Zebina Lane won the resulting by-election on 11 September 1903.
5 On 15 December 1903, Metropolitan-Suburban Province MLC William Brookman's seat was declared vacant on the grounds of absence without leave. Joseph Langsford won the resulting by-election on 5 January 1904.

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