Playing Career: 1912
Debut: Round 2, 1912 v Fitzroy, aged 28 years, 18 days
Carlton Player No.: 263
Last game: Round 4, 1912 v Collingwood, aged 28 years, 32 days
Guernsey No.: 24
Height: ? cm
Weight: ? kgs
DOB: 16th April, 1884
One of 6 Stewarts to represent Carlton, but the one who played the equal least games together with George, Jim Stewart played 2 games in Navy Blue, debuting in 1912. Jim kicked 2 goals in his 2 games.
Stewart played with St Kilda from 1905 to 1910, in his time with the Saints he booted 77 goals in 83 games.
Jim wore the number 24 guernsey.
Stewart had played at North Melbourne VFA prior to St Kilda.
Jim Stewart was elected captain of Carlton District in 1913 same person?
"Mr. James F. Stewart, one time prominent Carlton footballer, is under treatment for an illness in a private hospital. He recently returned from a tour of the world, which he took for the benefit of his health."
(Herald March 16 1928 p5)
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