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QUEENSLAND. ' I

LIBERAL DEFEAT.

STATE ELECTIONS.

PREMIER AND MINISTERS

BEATEN.

rjRlSFlWK SilntlnJ

The dominant noto about tho Stato olootious on Saturday,was the lack pt excitement, go far ns. the metropolitan seals woro cpn ccrned. The day patssèd off without incident.

On this ocrnäion the voting was compul- sory, but there was nothing to ludiente an unusual rush nt the polling booths. There

were 10,000 additional s-otos on rho roll. - i When the House was dissolved tho strength of the parties w.iv.- Liberal«, -17; .Socialists.! 24; Independent, 1. Candidates svero returned I unopposed , for eight sonts-Libóral. I:

Socialists, 0; Farmers' Union, 1-.io that C41

sents remained to be contested on S-iturday.

A Socialist candidato tell from his chair In n paralytic seizure during the morning, and died In hospital a tosv hours later.

All electorates are now practically com- plote, with Hie exception of tho postal vote. In a couple of instances there are a tow

Isolated returns to como.

Mr, ThomnB Joseph Ryan, lender of tho pr¿ éfominntiU party at the elections, was horn at Port Fairy, Victoria, In 1S70. Ile was edu- cated nt the Jesuit College, Kew, nnd South Melbourne College», at each of which he held n scholuishlp. Ile graduated Baohelor of Arts nt Melbourne University with honours in classics. He was appointed ussistnnt classical master to Melbourne High School, and subse- quently resident classical master of the Church of England Grammar School in Launceston. Lalor on he svont to Maryborough (Queens- land) tis classical master of tho Grammar

School.

While In Melbourne he studied law, graduat- ing a Bachelor of Lass-» lu 11)01. He ss-.ib ad- mitted to the Queensland Bar, and entered polltlcB for Bnreoo in 1809, defeating Mr. George Kerr, formerly Minister for Railways. With the exception of Mr. Tolmie, Minister {pt-, Lands, and Mr. Rnrkln, Minister for null ways, the whole of the Ministers have been de

fertte-d.

On the present figures Mr. Barnes, Trea- surer, 1b I1UU behind his opponent. Mr. Doug Ins, bon. Minister, Is 200 behind. Mr. Ornnt, Home Secretary, Is lu a minority of 100, which, II l8 thought,.ho will not make up. Mr. G. H. Mackay, Liberal member for Gympie, lins lost his seat. Mr. Blair, Minister-for Education, who had ns an opponent Mr. Gletl son, secretary of the Miners' Union, is nqsv .100 In tlic renr. Mr. James Allan, of tho firm of Allan and Stark; Brisbane lins lost lila Bent In the Kurllpn division.

In the Musgrave sent, the Minister for Agri-

culture's (Mr. White) constituency, tho pro-j sent position is:-Armfleld, (Socialist), 1303; White, 124G. The task of making up tho de- ficiency sis not hopeful. The Premier, Mr. Denham, is 274 behind his opponont, Mr. Jones, ot the firm of Foggltt, Jones, nnd Co., Brlsbnnc; und tho Premier's sent Is regnrded

ns fest.

AUBIGNY.

A. E. Mooro (F.U.) . 114(1

J. Jones (S.) . 885

»A. E. Luke (Lib.) . 771 F. A. Mitchell (Ind.) . 0(¡

BARCOO.

?T. J. Ryan (leader Opposition) .... 1425

C. Webster (Lib.) . 561

BOWEN.

.E. J. Caine (Lib.) . ÍI4S

C. Collins (S.) . 1217

BREMNER.

F. A. Cooper (S.) . 2331 F. E. Barbat (Lib.1) :. 1371

BRISBANE.

.M. J. Kirwan (S.) .t. 2442

C. N. Jenkinson (Lib.) . 1E00

BULIMBA.

II. C. M'Minn (S.) . SC31 .W. H. Barnes (Trensurer) . 3244

BUNDABERG.

C. P. Barber (S.) . 2771 L. V. Wilkinson (Lil).) .'.. 1212

BURANDA.

*J. Huxham (SO . 3090

J. Allen (Lib,) . 1028

BURKE.

O. S. Davies (S.) . 580 .TV. S. Murphy (I.) . 520 I BURNETT.

A. G. Mack (S.) . 12S1 »B. A- Corser (Lib.) . 1275

BURRUM.

.C. D. W. Rankin (Minister Railways) 1319

A. E. V. Whitford (S.) . 1115

CAIRNS.

.W. Mccormack (SO . 2549 N. W. Macrossan (Lib.) . 1095 ?

CARNARVON.

G. H. Boyden" (SO . 1327

?D. Gunn (Lib.). 1275

CHARTERS TOWERS.

W. .1. Wellington (SO . 1653 | R. G. W. Williams (Lib.) . 1193 .

CHILLAGOE. '

.E. G. Thoodoic (S.) . 1029 E. B. Steolo-(Llb.) . 312

COOK.

R. J. Ryan (SO . 828 .II. A. C. Douglas (Hon. Minister) .. 035

. COOROORA.

.H. F. Walker (Lib.) . 1950

D. A. O'Brien (S.) . 1317

DALBY.

J. Connolly (S.). 1353 .TV. J. VowleB (Lib.) . 1021 F. M. Brndhurst (F.U.) . 010

DRAYTON.

W. Bobbington (Lib.) . 2293

J. Dongos (S.) . 1200

EACHAM.

TV. N. Gillies* (S., . 1370 E. TV. II. Iieale (Lib.) . 718

EAST TOOWOOMBA.

.T. R. Roberts (Lib.) . 2033

T. J. Lonsdale (S.) . 1975

ENOGGERA.

W. F. Lloyd (S.) . 2825 .R. Trout (Lib.) ....t. 2098

FASSIFERN.

»E. T. Boll (Lib.) . lOfi.1

E. Wlnlts (F.U.) . 995 W. V. H^lferan (S.) . 852

FITZROY.

II. L. Hartley (S.) . 2319 .K, M. Grant (Home Secretary) - 2213

FORTITUDE VALLEY.

.D. Bowman (S.) .;. 2884

J. Best (Lib.) . 1319

GYMPIE.

T. Dunstan (SO . 1803 .G. H. Mackay (L.) . 1510

HERBERT.

*W. ¡lennon (S.). 1600

Johnson (Lib.) . 841

IP3TVICH, ' , ?

D. A. Gledson (S.) . 2598 .J. W. Blair (Minister for Education) 2218

ITHACA.

J. T. Glldiiy (S.) .."' 301G

B. J. Harding (Lib.) . 1080

KENNEDY. '

.J. O'sullivan (SO . 1158 J. D. Houghton (Lib.) . 592

KEPPEL.

.J. Lnrcömbo (S.) .' 1799

L. P. Landsborg (Lib.) . 739

KURILPA.

W. Hartley (SO . 2538 .J. Allan (Lib.) i. 2049

LOCKYER. '

AV. D. Armstrong (LO . 1423 W. A. M'llwraith (F.U.). 851

, C. H. Bromllcy ' (S.) . 402

. LOGAN.

.J. Stodart (Lib.) . 2220

P. C. Crooke (S.). 1658

MACKAY. ,

W. F. Smith (S.). 2065 G. Johnson (Lib.) . 1701

MARANOA.

.J.-M. Hunter (S.) . 1S69

F. S. Dyer (S.) ".. 800

MAREE.

.TV. Bertram (S.) . 2813

j J. J. WalBh (L.) . 1830

MARYBOROUGH. -

iones (SO . 2191

Corser (LO ,.;. 1720

'merthyr.

M'Lachlan (S.) . 2748

Lackey (LO . 208S

MIRANI.

Swayno (LO ..:..i. 1224 BlnHtond (SO ..-.'.. 1076

Turner (SO. ' 182

MOUNT MORGAN.

J. Stopford (SO . 227S .J. Crawford (L.) . 703 F. II. M'Carthy (I.) . 42S

' MUNDINGBURRA.

.T. Foley (SO . 2607 , T. Pago (L.) .;. 1071

MURILLA.

J. S. Collings (S.) . 13(3

G. Morgan (L.). .175

MURRUMBA.

.J. Forsyth (I/.) . 2116

A. Sampson (S.) . ._,«

-,' MUSGRAVE.

T. G. Armtleld (S.)' . Uj .J. White (Minister for Agricultmo) 1216

NANANGO. ,.'

.P. S. Hodge (L.) . 20,1 T. H. Armstrong (S.- . l$g_ ' , . NORMANBY. , ,

J. C. Peterson (S.) h. 12ls

.Ii. W. Archer (L.) . ._!

NUNDAH.

»Bridges (L.) . 2ÎIS K. Sumner S-J . 2557

OXLEY.

T, L. .lone« <S.) .'... '.s_|)

D-'F. .Denham (Premier) . 2755 '

PADDINGTON".

J. A. Flhelly (S.) ..'. 3153

G. T. Sweetman (L.). 1,1$

PITTSWORTH.

P. M. Bnyle.- (F.U.) . 1313

W. M. Hayes (S.) . 3jl D. Mackintosh (L ) . S.1

PORT CURTIS. '

0. Tnrtur (3.J . 12.3 'J. Kcosoll (D'. 10-.'

QUEENTON.

V. Winstanley (S.) . icgii J. R. Bradshaw (LI .! 710

ROCKHAMPTON.

"J. Adamson (S.) . 235} T. 11. Rcnettaw (L.) . 12)0

' ROSEWOOD.

H. N. Stevens (L.) . 1J03 W.'-Rulmo (F.U.) . 1051

W. Cooper (S.) . 716

SOUTH BRISBANE.

E. N. Free (S.) . 2526 J. D. Burke (L.) . 1711

STANLEY. *

*H. P. Somerset (L.) . iii.

J. Sherlock (S.) . 1203

TOOMBUL.

.A. L. P.etrle (L.). 29» li. .1. C. Buller . 2317

.TOOWONG.

r. H. Macartney (L.) . 3ISS

A. S. Lilley (S.) . 261S

j TOOWOOMBA.

.J, Tolmie (Minister for Lands). ,1SS0 M, P. Alko (S.) .jess

TOWNSVILLE.

D. Ryan (S ) . 2t5J 'Sir R. Philp (L.) ....... 2051

WARWICK. ' ,

»G. P. Baines (L.) . ISIS P. C. Baucis (S.) . W

D. Connolly (I.) . 910-,

WIDE BAY. * » .

A. Thompson (S.) . 1506' *C. J. Booker (L.) . Hil '

WINDSOR. »

II. G. McPhall (S.) . 3270 .JI. G. Macrossan (L.) . 2S6!

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