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Where no closing date is shown in the fifth column the Members term is unexpired. Before the general election of 1903, South Australia and Tasmania were not divided into electoral divisions, and were each regarded, following a provision in the Constitution, as one electorate. Titles in brackets indicate an honour bestowed while the Member was serving in the federal Parliament. For a full list of party abbreviations, see the abbreviations page.
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