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Timothy Gallagher (1840 – 24 August 1888) was a 19th-century Member of Parliament from the West Coast, New Zealand.
Gallagher, born in 1840, was from County Donegal in Ireland.
He represented the Westland North electorate from 1868 to 1870, when he resignedowing to urgent and private business affairs. During his time in parliament, he had advocated for the abolition of the provincial government system.
Gallagher fell ill with a cold. After a week, he unexpectedly died from pulmonary edema on 24 August 1888 at his home in Westport.He was survived by his wife and their nine children.
William Sefton Moorhouse was a British-born New Zealand politician. He was the second Superintendent of Canterbury Province.
Grey, originally formed as Greymouth, is a former parliamentary electorate in the West Coast region of New Zealand. The electorate of Greymouth was created for the 1881 general election, and lasted until 1890. In 1890 the Grey electorate was created, and was abolished in 1919.
Grey Valley is a former parliamentary electorate in the West Coast region of New Zealand. The electorate was created for the 1871 general election as a single-member electorate, became a two-member electorate for the 1876 general election, and was split between the single-member electorates of Greymouth and Inangahua for the 1881 general election.
Eugene Joseph O'Conor was a New Zealand Member of Parliament for the Buller electorate, in the South Island.
Caversham was a parliamentary electorate in the city of Dunedin in the Otago region of New Zealand, from 1866 to 1908.
Westland North was a parliamentary electorate on the West Coast of New Zealand from 1868 to 1870.
Joseph Petrie was a 19th-century Member of Parliament from Westland, New Zealand.
William Henry Harrison was a 19th-century journalist from Greymouth who represented two Westland electorates in the New Zealand House of Representatives.
Thomas Shailer Weston, often referred to as Thomas S. Weston, was a judge and 19th-century Member of Parliament from Westland, New Zealand. Weston was the patriarch of one of two dominant Canterbury families of the legal profession.
John Munro was a 19th-century Member of Parliament from the West Coast, New Zealand.
Thomas Alfred Sneyd Kynnersley, who signed as T. A. Sneyd Kynnersley, was a 19th-century Member of Parliament from the West Coast, New Zealand.
John Bevan was a 19th-century member of the House of Representatives. He was a auctioneer and merchant from Hokitika on the West Coast of New Zealand.
Gerard George Fitzgerald was a 19th-century Member of Parliament in New Zealand. Like his brother James FitzGerald, he was a journalist of considerable ability, and co-founded The Southland Times in 1862. For the last 19 years of his life, he was editor of The Timaru Herald.
James Kerr was an editor and politician. He was a member of the New Zealand Legislative Council from 1892 until his death.
Henry Leslie Michel was Mayor of Hokitika for several years, and served on the New Zealand Legislative Council from 1918 until his death. He had stood for the New Zealand Parliament on four occasions, in later years for the Reform Party, but was unsuccessful.
James Marshall was a member of the New Zealand Legislative Council.
The Mayor of Grey, often referred to as the Mayor of Greymouth, officiates over the Grey District of New Zealand which is administered by the Grey District Council with its seat in Greymouth. The current Mayor is Tania Gibson. Two predecessors to this office were the Mayor of Greymouth, officiating over the Greymouth Borough Council from 1868, and from 1877 the chairman of the Grey County Council.
The 1878 Roslyn by-election was a by-election for the electorate of Roslyn on 29 July 1878 in Dunedin during the 6th New Zealand Parliament.
The 1870 Westland North by-election was a by-election held on 2 July 1870 during the 4th New Zealand Parliament in the West Coast electorate of Westland North. Timothy Gallagher had resigned and Thomas Kynnersley was returned unopposed.
Walter Scott Reid was New Zealand's first non-political Solicitor-General and the first elected president of the New Zealand Law Society.