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Manitoba History No. 89
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Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial Election (1892)

Link to:
Provincial General Election (1888) | Provincial General Election (1896)

The Manitoba general election of 1892 was held on 23 July. The results were as follows:

Party

Leader

Votes

Seats

Government (Liberal)

Thomas Greenway (1838-1908)

15,603

28

Opposition (Conservative)

William Alexander Macdonald (1860-1946)

12,832

11

Independent

-

2,666

1

Totals

31,101

40

The voting results for individual constituencies were as follows:

Constituency

Candidate

Party

Votes

Avondale

James Harvey Hartney (1848-1924)

Opposition

518

William Herriot (1843-1927)

Government

366

Beautiful Plains

John Andrew Davidson (1852-1903)

Opposition

645

John Crawford (1856-1928)

Government

629

Birtle

Charles Julius Mickle (1848-1919)

Government

545

H. M. Power

Opposition

268

Brandon City

William Alexander Macdonald (1860-1946)

Opposition

669

James Allan Smart (1858-1942)

Government

657

Carillon

Martin Jerome (1849-1936)

Government

199

Thomas Alfred Bernier (1844-1908)

Opposition

173

Cypress

Alfred Doig (1856-1939)

Government

552

Ernest Jameson Wood (?-?)

Opposition

549

Dauphin

Theodore Arthur Burrows (1857-1929)

Government

317

Glenlyon Archibald Campbell (1863-1917)

Opposition

308

Deloraine

Thomas Henry Kellett (1860-1907)

Opposition

430

John Renton (1825-1907)

Government

385

Dennis

James Findlay Frame (1841-1923)

Opposition

508

Daniel McLean [MacLean] (1854-1908)

Government

474

Emerson

David Henry McFadden (1856-1935)

Opposition

330

James Thomson (1854-?)

Government

316

Kildonan

John James Bird (1843-1933)

Government

342

Nathaniel Francis Hagel (1846-1915)

Opposition

327

Killarney

Finlay McNaughton Young (1852-1916)

Government

595

George Lawrence (1857-1924)

Opposition

442

Lakeside

John Gunion Rutherford (1857-1923)

Government

424

J. E. Wallace

Opposition

272

Lansdowne

Edward Dickson (1854-1903)

Government

623

William Jones Helliwell (1849-1922)

Opposition

512

La Verendrye

Théophile Paré (1850-1926)

Opposition

257

William Lagimodiere (1859-1930)

Government

227

Lorne

Robert George O'Malley (1857-1938)

Opposition

Acclaim

Manitou

Robert Ironside (1854-1910)

Government

448

James Huston (1845-1922)

Opposition

404

Minnedosa

Robert Hill Myers (1856-1921)

Government

469

William James Roche (1859-1937)

Opposition

406

Morden

Thomas Duncan (1849-1910)

Government

400

Rodmond Palen Roblin (1853-1937)

Opposition

354

Morris

Alphonse Fortunat Martin (1849-1905)

Opposition

465

Stewart Mulvey (1834-1908)

Government

440

Mountain

Thomas Greenway (1838-1908)

Government

599

Robert Rogers (1864-1936)

Opposition

497

Norfolk

Robert Fern Lyons (1856-1926)

Opposition

644

Samuel Jacob Thompson (1845-1909)

Government

562

North Brandon

Clifford Sifton (1861-1929)

Government

451

Thomas E. Greenwood (1859-1934)

Opposition

383

Portage la Prairie

Robert Watson (1853-1929)

Government

543

William James Cooper (1860-1913)

Opposition

440

Rhineland

Valentine Winkler (1864-1920)

Government

186

N. Bowman

Opposition

74

Rockwood

Samuel Jacob Jackson (1848-1942)

Government

368

J. B. Rutherford

Opposition

367

Rosenfeldt

Enoch Winkler (1852-1928)

Government

172

E. Penner

Opposition

131

Russell

James Fisher (1840-1927)

Independent

Acclaim

St. Andrews

Frederick William Colcleugh (1845-1907)

Government

352

Baldwin Larus Baldwinson (1856-1936)

Opposition

274

St. Boniface

James Emile Pierre Prendergast (1858-1945)

Government

313

Roger Marion (1846-1920)

Opposition

312

Saskatchewan

David McNaught (1837-1922)

Government

426

Alfred Carss

Opposition

342

Souris

Archibald McIntyre Campbell (1851-?)

Government

323

W. H. Stratton

Opposition

255

South Brandon

Herbert Clement Graham (1856-1934)

Government

517

Alexander Reid (1860-1939)

Opposition

282

Springfield

Thomas Henry Smith (1848-1919)

Government

298

R. S. Conklin

Opposition

161

Turtle Mountain

John Hettle (1842-1897)

Government

468

Frederick Laurence Schaffner (1855-1935)

Opposition

408

Westbourne

Thomas Lewis Morton (1846-1914)

Government

Acclaim

Winnipeg Centre

Daniel Hunter McMillan (1846-1933)

Government

1,177

John Julius Winram (1842-1910)

Opposition

533

Winnipeg North

Peter Campbell McIntyre (1854-1920)

Government

840

George Huestis Campbell (1855-1928)

Opposition

560

Winnipeg South

John Donald Cameron (1858-1923)

Government

874

Daniel Emes Sprague (1848-1924)

Opposition

729

Woodlands

Hugh Armstrong (1858-1926)

Opposition

Acclaim

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Eighth Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1892-1895)

Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Prohibition Reference (1892)

Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial By-Elections (1893)

Sources:

“The candidates,” Winnipeg Tribune, 8 July 1892, page 4.

Manitoba Election Records (December 1870 to November 1957, June 1958 to June 1969), Manitoba Legislative Library.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 20 September 2019

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