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Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Sixth Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1886-1888)

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Session

Opening

Prorogation

Dissolution

1

14 April 1887

10 June 1887

 

2

12 January 1888

8 May 1888

16 June 1888

Cabinet:

John Norquay - Premier, Railway Commissioner, Provincial Secretary (after 14 March 1887)

Alphonse Alfred Clement LaRiviere - Provincial Treasurer

Corydon Partlow Brown - Provincial Secretary (to 14 March 1887)

David Henry Wilson - Minister of Public Works

Charles Edward Hamilton - Attorney-General

David Howard Harrison - Minister of Agriculture, Statistics and Health

Members:

John Norquay
John Norquay

(Premier, 1887)

David Howard Harrison
David Howard Harrison

(Premier, 1887-1888)

Thomas Greenway
Thomas Greenway

(Premier, 1888)

David Glass
David Glass

(Speaker)

Charles A. Sadleir
Charles A. Sadleir

(Clerk)

John McDougall
John McDougall

(Sergeant-at-Arms)

 

 


James Peterkin Alexander
James Peterkin Alexander

(Souris)

Corydon Partlow Brown
Corydon Partlow Brown

(Westbourne)

Joseph Burke
Joseph Burke

(St. Francois Xavier)


John Crawford

(Beautiful Plains)


Charles Stanford Douglas

(Emerson)


Edward Lancaster Drewry

(Winnipeg North)


Frederick Henhurst Francis

(St. Francois Xavier)


Thomas Gelley

(Cartier)


James Daniel Gillies

(Minnedosa East)


David Glass

(St. Clements)


Thomas Greenway

(Mountain)


Charles Edward Hamilton

(Shoal Lake)


David Howard Harrison

(Minnedosa West)


Samuel Jacob Jackson

(Rockwood)


Lyman Melvin Jones

(Shoal Lake, byelection March 1888)


John Nesbitt Kirchhoffer

(Brandon West)


Alphonse Alfred Clement LaRiviere

(St. Boniface)


Edward Phillip Leacock

(Russell)


William Fisher Luxton

(Winnipeg South)

Duncan MacArthur
Duncan MacArthur

(Assiniboia, byelection January 1888)


John Macbeth

(Kildonan & St. Paul)


John Alexander Macdonell

(Lorne)


Roger Marion

(Carillon)


Alphonse Fortunat Martin

(Morris)


Joseph Martin

(Portage la Prairie)


Kenneth McKenzie

(Lakeside)


Daniel McLean

(Dennis)


Alexander Murray

(Assiniboia)


John Norquay

(St. Andrews)


James Emile Pierre Prendergast

(LaVerendrye)


John Moore Robinson

(Woodlands)


Rodmond Palen Roblin

(Dufferin North, byelection March 1888)


James Allan Smart

(Brandon East)


Thomas Henry Smith

(Springfield)


Robert Schuyler Thompson

(Cypress)


Samuel Jacob Thompson

(Norfolk)


David Henry Wilson

(Dufferin North)


William Winram

(Dufferin South)


Finlay McNaughton Young

(Turtle Mountain)

 

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 22 September 2014

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