Northern Rhodesian Advisory Council election, 1922
Advisory Council elections were held in Northern Rhodesia in February 1922. Candidates opposed to amalgamation with Southern Rhodesia received 1,117 votes, whilst candidates supportive of the proposal received 310.
Northern Rhodesia was split into two constituencies, North-Western Rhodesia (four seats) and North-Eastern Rhodesia (one seat). Voting was restricted to British subjects over the age of 21 who had lived in the territory for at least six months and owned at least £150 of property. A total of 679 voters registered in North-Western Rhodesia.
In North-Western Rhodesia a total of 569 votes were cast, of which four were invalid.
|North-Eastern Rhodesia||C Timmler||38||58.5||Elected|
|J N Phipps||27||41.5||Defeated|
|North-Western Rhodesia||Leopold Moore||329||19.1||Re-elected|
|D E C R Stirke||189||10.9||Defeated|
|P F Godson||100||5.8|
|J L Moore||90||5.2|
|J F M Oosthuizen||53||3.1|
|Source: The Livingstone Mail|
- Michael Gelfand (1961) Northern Rhodesia in the days of the charter: medical and social study, 1878-1924, Basil Blackwell, p140
- "The Elections", The Livingstone Mail, 2 February 1922, p3
- Gelfand, p138
- "N. Rhodesia Elections: Polling results", The Livingstone Mail, 2 February 1922, p4