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Random information on the term “KING”:
King was an electoral district in the Australian state of New South Wales. It was created in 1904 as a result of the 1903 New South Wales referendum, which required the number of members of the Legislative Assembly to be reduced from 125 to 90. It largely replaced Sydney-King, losing a part to Darling Harbour. It was expanded to include parts of Sydney-Fitzroy and Sydney-Bligh. It also included Lord Howe Island, Montague Island and South Solitary Island.
In 1920 NSW introduced proportional representation and the district was absorbed into the multi-member electorate of Sydney. NMSW returned to single member electorates in 1927 and King was recreated. It was abolished in 1973 and partly replaced by Heffron.
The sitting member James Morrish was expelled from Labor in the November 1916 Labor split split over conscription.
King was a new seat which largely replaced the abolished seat of Sydney-King less a part lost to Darling Harbour. It was expanded to include parts of Sydney-Bligh and Sydney-Fitzroy. The member for Sydney-King was Ernest Broughton (Progressive), however he stood as a Liberal Reform candidate. The member for Sydney-Bligh was Patrick Quinn (Progressive). The member for Sydney-Fitzroy was Daniel Levy (Liberal Reform) who successfully contested Darlinghurst.