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In 1857 he became a member of the ministry under Sir Francis Smith and was admitted to the Executive Council.Private business took him several times to Britain.Thanks to convict labour he had five prosperous years, increased his capital to £2000 and received a maximum land grant of 2560 acres (1036 ha).Moving to Launceston in 1830, he built a mill at the foot of the Cataract Hill.John Walker (1799-1874), miller, brewer, merchant and landowner, was born at Ednam, near Kelso on the Scottish border, the son of Robert Thomas Walker, a local flour-miller and farmer.John went to school at Kelso and attended the Presbyterian Kirk of Rev. His father failed in the depression after Waterloo, so at 21 John decided to emigrate in order to retrieve the family fortunes.In these travels he was shipwrecked three times: in the Schomberg off Cape Otway, in the Royal Standard off Rio de Janeiro and in the Rangoon in Galle Harbour.He was a zealous apostle for emigration in Scotland and engaged twenty-nine Welsh miners for the Douglas River Coal Co. He kept a sharp watch for improvements in agriculture and is credited with introducing steam-engines in Van Diemen's Land.
Next year he received a grant of 200 acres (81 ha) and in 1824 built a mill at Richmond.
He was also commissioned to wind up the Tasmanian interests of Lieutenant-Governor (Sir) George Arthur.
As his assets increased Walker acquired the estates of Belmont and Shawfield on the River Ouse and Clarendon on the Derwent where he opened another flour-mill.
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