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Clive Philip Stoneham

Clive Philip Stoneham

Born
12 April 1909 (Maryborough, Victoria)
Died
03 July 1992
Parents
John, piano tuner, and Ada Florence Whitehorn, pioneer New Zealand unionist
Marriage
1930 Maisie Chesterfield; 3d.
Occupation
Railways clerk
Religion
Church of England
Education
Maryborough East State School, Maryborough High School
Career
Railways Department clerk Melbourne and Maryborough from 1925; Australian Railways Union state councillor; founding secretary Provincial Trades Hall Association; founding member Vic. Decentralisation League 1939; executive member Municipal Association, Water Works Trust Association; active in local organisations; OBE 1970; delegate to Moral Rearmament World Assembly, Caux, Switzerland 1950.;Maryborough councillor 1938-1945, mayor 1942-1943
Party
Australian Labor Party
Party Note
Joined Maryborough, deputy leader 1957-1958, leader and opposition leader 1958-1967, state executive 1959-1963
House
Electorate
Start
End
MLA
Maryborough and Daylesford
1st Nov 1942
(b/e)
1st Oct 1945
 
MLA
Midlands
1st Nov 1945
 
1st Apr 1970
 

*The Start date for Members elected after 1900 is the date they were elected. The start date for pre-1900 Members is the date they were sworn in.

Appointments
Minister without Portfolio Sept 1943, Minister of Transport and of Stale Development and Decentralisation Nov 1945-Nov 1947, Minister of Agriculture, of State Development and Decentralisation and of Water Supply Dec 1952-June 1955. Population Distribution committee 1959-1962. Public Accounts committee 1967-1970.
Condolence speeches - Legislative Assembly
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Condolence speeches - Legislative Council
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References
Who's Who in Australia 1944-1974; Eric White Associates Ltd, 'Victorian State Parliamentary and Civic Guide', Melbourne, 1960-74; Herald 9 Nov 1942; Age 15 Jan 1953, 8 Oct 1958, 16 May 1967; SNP 8 Oct 1958; Blazey, P., 'Bolte: A Political Biography', Brisbane, 1972; Houston, L. G., 'Ministers of Water Supply in Victoria', Melbourne, 1965; White
Initial Data Source
Browne, G, 'Biographical Register of the Victorian Parliament 1900-84', 1985
Last Update
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