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Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial Election (1910)

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Provincial General Election (1907) | Provincial General Election (1914)

The Manitoba general election of 1910 was held on 11 July. The results were as follows:

Party

Leader

Seats

Conservative

Rodmond Palen Roblin (1853-1937)

28

Liberal

Tobias Crawford Norris (1861-1936)

13

Total

41

The voting results for individual constituencies were as follows:

Constituency

Candidate

Party

Votes

Arthur

Amos Moore Lyle (1865-1943)

Conservative

777

John Williams (1860-1931)

Liberal

602

Assiniboia

Aime Benard (1873-1938)

Conservative

924

Robert Andrew Bonnar (1860-1932)

Independent

322

John Colvin (c1876-1947)

Liberal

66

Avondale

James Henthorne Argue (1848-1927)

Conservative

708

J. Medill

Liberal

626

Beautiful Plains

James Henry Howden (1860-1938)

Conservative

Acclaim

Birtle

George John Huntley Malcolm (1865-1930)

Liberal

758

E. Graham

Conservative

648

Brandon City

George Robson Coldwell (1858-1924)

Conservative

1,402

S. H. McKay

Liberal

1,150

Carillon

Albert Prefontaine (1861-1935)

Conservative

619

Horace Chevrier (1875-1935)

Liberal

544

Cypress

George Steel (1858-1940)

Conservative

875

F. H. Mitchell

Liberal

699

Dauphin

James Graham Harvey (1869-1950)

Conservative

1,107

John Archibald “Jack” Campbell (1872-1963)

Liberal

1,054

Deloraine

John Christie Walker Reid (1871-1942)

Conservative

743

Robert Stirton Thornton (1863-1936)

Liberal

737

Dufferin

Rodmond Palen Roblin (1853-1937)

Conservative

1,267

William Frederick Osborne (1873-1950)

Liberal

811

Emerson

David Henry McFadden (1856-1935)

Conservative

766

George Walton (1854-1925)

Liberal

760

Gilbert Plains

Samuel Hughes (1873-1940)

Conservative

970

William Shaw

Liberal

865

Gimli

Baldwin Larus Baldwinson (1856-1936)

Conservative

900

W. H. Paulson

Liberal

450

J. Solmundson

Independent

287

Gladstone

James William Armstrong (1860-1928)

Liberal

957

W. McKelvey

Conservative

777

Hamiota

William Ferguson (1862-?)

Conservative

848

E. Henry

Liberal

751

Kildonan and St. Andrews

Orton Irwin Grain (1863-1930)

Conservative

1,131

Albert Ryerson Bredin (1868-1956)

Liberal

1,043

Killarney

George Lawrence (1857-1924)

Conservative

726

G. Robinson

Liberal

519

Lakeside

Charles Duncan McPherson (1877-1970)

Liberal

570

Edwin David Lynch (1860-1941)

Conservative

502

Lansdowne

Tobias Crawford Norris (1861-1936)

Liberal

1,196

W. Fenwick

Conservative

944

La Verendrye

William Molloy (1877-1917)

Liberal

438

Jean Baptiste Lauzon (1858-1944)

Conservative

431

Manitou

Robert Rogers (1864-1936)

Conservative

1,065

John Edwin Gayton (1849-1923)

Liberal

610

Minnedosa

John W. Thompson (1858-1914)

Liberal

971

William Bramwell Waddell (1857-1942)

Conservative

937

Morden

Benjamin James McConnell (1861-1923)

Liberal

630

James Aaron Hobbs (1863-1932)

Conservative

586

Morris

Colin Howell Campbell (1859-1914)

Conservative

746

Robert Lachlan Ross (1869-1943)

Liberal

573

Mountain

James Bryson Baird (1859-1939)

Liberal

1,086

Edmund Landor Taylor (1860-1934)

Conservative

814

Norfolk

Robert Fern Lyons (1856-1926)

Conservative

882

Frank Avery

Liberal

647

Portage la Prairie

Hugh Armstrong (1858-1926)

Conservative

912

Ewan Alexander MacPherson [McPherson] (1879-1954)

Liberal

711

Rhineland

Valentine Winkler (1864-1920)

Liberal

520

Hugh McGavin (1874-1958)

Conservative

387

Rockwood

Isaac Riley (1853-1926)

Conservative

792

Ira Stratton (1865-1943)

Liberal

738

Russell

Angus Lorne Bonnycastle (1873-1941)

Conservative

900

William Valens

Liberal

892

St. Boniface

Joseph Bernier (1874-1951)

Conservative

1,022

Albert Dubuc

Liberal

760

South Brandon

Alfred Henry Carroll (1846-1924)

Conservative

535

Edward Hantey Dewart (1861-1926)

Liberal

525

Springfield

Donald Andrew Ross (1856-1938)

Liberal

807

Charles Percy Fullerton (1870-1938)

Conservative

661

Swan River

Daniel Duncan McDonald (1865-?)

Liberal

465

James Wells Robson (1867-1941)

Conservative

436

Turtle Mountain

James Johnson (1855-1929)

Conservative

742

William Hanley

Liberal

580

Virden

Harvey Cathcart Simpson (1862-1928)

Conservative

985

Duncan McDonald (1856-1920)

Liberal

800

Winnipeg Centre

Thomas William Taylor (1852-1924)

Conservative

2,017

Frederick John “Fred” Dixon (1881-1931)

Labour

1,934

William S. Cummings

Socialist

99

Winnipeg North

Solomon Hart Green (1885-1969)

Liberal

2,175

John Fletcher Mitchell (1862-1943)

Conservative

1,555

Edmund Fulcher (c1885-?)

Socialist

892

Winnipeg South

Lendrum McMeans (1859-1941)

Conservative

2,548

Edward Brown (1865-1947)

Liberal

2,497

Winnipeg West

Thomas Herman Johnson [Tómas Hermann Jónsson] (1870-1927)

Liberal

2,578

Alfred Joseph Andrews (1865-1950)

Conservative

2,538

George Armstrong (1870-1956)

Socialist

246

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Thirteenth Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1911-1914)

Sources:

“Opposition candidates in coming elections,” Manitoba Free Press, 25 June 1910, page 23.

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: 16 April 2019

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