SOME OF THE NEW
Alderman Tressider (Nationalist), who has been elected for Randwick, has been four times Mayor of Randwick. A business man, he is a director of several commercial con-
Mr. Bryce Walmsley (Nationalist), Lane Cove, is a member of the city firm of Walms- ley, Cowley, and Co., public accountants. Of Scottish descent, he was born at Port Ade- laide.
Mr. Hamilton Knight (Labour), Hartley, is a native of the district, born on the Turon goldfields. He is president of the Western Miners' Federation, and an alderman of the Lithgow Council.
Mr. B. C. Olde (Labour), Leichhardt, is pre- sident of the Petersham Labour League, which he joined 20 years ago. He was a can- didate for Petersham at the by-election in 1919, caused by the resignation of Mr. J. J. Cohen, and was runner-up in the last election to Messrs. McTiernan and Lazzarini.
Alderman T. J. Shannon (Labour), Surry Hills, has resided in that electorate all his life. He represents Cook Ward in the City Council, and is active in friendly society movements.
Alderman M. O'sullivan (Labour), Wool- lahra, is Mayor of Paddington. He is iden- tified with a number of sporting bodies and with several welfare movements.
Mr. H. J. McDicken (Labour), Ryde, has been an alderman of the Drummoyne Council for about ten years, and has been twice Mayor. He has been associated with the La- bour movement for many years, and at the last Federal election contested the Martin seat against the present Minister for Customs
Mr. C. F. S. Glasgow (Nationalist), Waver- ley, is a member of the legal firm of Kershaw, Matthews, Lane, and Glasgow. He has served as an alderman of the Waverley Council, and is associated with many sporting and philan- thropic organisations. He has been on two occasions president of the New South Wales Friendly Societies' Association, and has been prominently identified with the I.O.O.F.
Alderman H. Goldstein (Nationalist), who has been elected for Coogee, was a member of the Legislative Assembly in the Fuller Go- vernment. He has been associated with the Randwick Council for 11 years, and has been three times Mayor.
Mr. B. S. Stevens (Nationalist), Croydon, was Director of State Finance to the Fuller Government, a position from which he was practically forced to resign by political in- fluence brought to bear on him by the in- coming Lang Ministry. He subsequently en- tered private business as an accountant, and later became an alderman of the Randwick
Mr. R. W. D. Weaver, who has been elected as Nationalist member for Neutral Bay, was a member of the Legislative Assembly for a number of years, but did not seek selection for the last Parliament. He is regarded as a very able debater.
Mr. J. Lamaro (Labour), Enmore, opposed Mr. W. M. Hughes at North Sydney in the last Federal election. A barrister by profession, he is regarded as one of the promising young men among the newly-elected members of the official Labour party.
Mr. D. Clyne (Labour), King, has been a prominent Labour union official for many years, having held office in the Storemen and Packers' Union. He came into prominence politically during the past year in connection with the industrial movement to capture the official Labour machine. He won the selec- tion ballot for King against the sitting mem- ber of the Legislative Assembly (Alderman Holdsworth).
Mr. H. C. Carter (Country party), Liverpool Plains, is the owner of Yarraman North, on the Liverpool Plains, and is a councillor of Tamarang Shire. He has been very success- ful as a stud sheep and cattle breeder, and has frequently adjudicated at the Royal Show in these classes of stock. His contributions to agriculture and pastoral questions have been widely published, and under the nom-de-plume "Nardoo," he has been a frequent contribu- tor to the "Sydney Mail."
Alderman L. O. Martin (Nationalist), Oxley, has been prominent for many years in legal circles through the North Coast. He has been an alderman of the Taree Council for over 20 years, and has been Mayor on several occa- sions. In the 1922 elections he contested the Oxley seat as a Progressive candidate.