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339 Appendix 2 Electoral Ridings SIMCOE EAST1 Provincial 1890 General Election, 5 June Miscampbell, Andrew, Conservative 2,092 Drury, Charles A., Liberal 1,934 1894 General Election, 26 June Miscampbell, Andrew, Conservative 2,021 Harvey, H.M., Liberal 1,897 Lawson, W., Conservative (Patron) 759 1898 General Election, 1 March Miscampbell, Andrew, Conservative 2,593 Harvey, N.M., Liberal 2,524 1902 General Election, 29 May Tudhope, James B., Liberal 3,365 Jupp, R.H., Conservative 2,918 1905 General Election, 25 January Tudhope, James B., Liberal 3,284 McIntosh, J., Conservative 3,041 1908 General Election, 8 June Tudhope, James B., Liberal 3,105 Hartt, James I., Conservative 2,925 1911 General Election, 11 December Hartt, James I., Conservative 3,103 Long, Erastus, Liberal 2,774 1914 General Election, 29 June Hartt, James I., Conservative 3,293 Cooke, Herbert, Liberal 2,394 1919 General Election, 20 October Johnston, John B., Labour 5,063 Hartt, James I., Conservative 4,580 Anderson, Duncan C., Independent 2,773 340 APPENDIX 2 1923 General Election, 25 June Finlayson, William, Conservative 5,692 Johnston, John B., UFO 4,194 Federal 1891 Spohn, Philip H., Liberal 1892 Bennett, William H., Conservative 1896 Bennett, William H., Conservative 1897 Bennett, William H., Conservative 1900 Bennett, William H., Conservative 1904 Bennett, William H., Conservative 1908 Chew, T.E. Manley, Liberal 1911 Bennett, William H., Conservative 1917 Tudhope, James Brockett, Unionist 1921 Chew, T.E. Manley, Liberal VICTORIA2 Provincial 1934 General Election, 19 June Newman, William, Liberal 10,629 Frost, Leslie M., Conservative 7,982 1937 General Election, 6 October Frost, Leslie M., Conservative 9,372 Newman, William, Liberal 9,033 1943 General Election, 4 August Frost, Leslie M., Progressive Conservative 6,985 Welsh, Frank, Liberal–Progressive 4,042 Hand, John R., CCF 1,150 1945 General Election, 4 June Frost, Leslie M., Progressive Conservative 9,732 Benson, C., Liberal–Progressive 4,634 Smith, R., CCF 1,487 1948 General Election, 7 June Frost, Leslie M., Progressive Conservative 8,830 Newman, William, Liberal 4,657 Dent, George A., CCF 1,249 Leslie Frost was Premier of Ontario from 4 May 1949 to 9 November 1961. 1951 General Election, 22 November Frost Leslie M., Progressive Conservative 12,423 Harding, Edward W., Liberal 2,911 1955 General Election, 9 June Frost Leslie M., Progressive Conservative 10,630 Nesbitt, John M., Liberal 3,175 Gruer, Ross, CCF 1,465 1959 General Election, 11 June Frost, Leslie M., Progressive Conservative 11,117 Nesbitt, John M., Liberal 2,884 Botting, Allan W., CCF 1,026 Federal 1904 Hughes, Sam, Conservative 1908 Hughes, Sam, Conservative 1911 Hughes, Sam, Conservative 1917 Hughes, Hon. Sir Sam, Unionist 1921 Thurston, John J., Independent 1925 Stinson, Thomas H., Conservative 1926 Stinson, Thomas H., Conservative 1930 Stinson, Thomas H., Conservative 1935 McNevin, Bruce, Liberal 1940 McNevin, Bruce, Liberal 1945 Hodgson, Clayton W., Progressive Conservative 1949 Hodgson, Clayton W., Progressive Conservative 1953 Hodgson, Clayton W., Progressive Conservative 1957 Hodgson, Clayton W., Progressive Conservative 1958 Hodgson, Clayton W., Progressive Conservative 1962 Hodgson, Clayton W., Progressive Conservative 1963 Lamb, Charles, Progressive Conservative 1965 Scott, William C., Progressive Conservative Sources: Roderick Lewis, Centennial Edition of a History of the Electoral Districts, Legislatures and Ministries of the Province of Ontario, 1867–1968 (Toronto: Frank Fogg, Queen’s Printer, 1968); and J.K. Johnson, The Canadian Directory of Parliament, 1867– 1967 (Ottawa: Public Archives of Canada, 1968). ELECTORAL RIDINGS 341 NOTES 1 Simcoe East was created in 1874, and included the east part of Simcoe County; the townships of Tiny, Tay, Matchedash, Orillia, Medonte, and Oro; and the town of Orillia. In 1885, the riding was changed to include the townships of Tay, Orillia , Matchedash, Medonte, and Oro, the towns of Orillia and Penetanguishene, and the village of Midland. In 1914, the villages of Victoria Harbour and Coldwater were added, and Midland was listed as a town. 2 Created in 1933, consisting of Victoria North and Victoria South and the provisional County of Haliburton. 342 APPENDIX 2 342 ...

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9781554580897
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716060116
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420
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2012-01-01
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English
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