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He arrived in Western Australia with his father in Februarybut in the following July his father died, and the boy, then only to years old, had to fend for himself. Later he saved enough to send for his mother and the rest of his family, took up land, was one of the first settlers to open up the north-west of Australia, and in was sending stock by sailing ships to Carnarvon.
He retained his interest in the north-west all his life, but he also established a general store business in Perth and other centres.
Late in life he founded a successful flour-mill at Guildford. He was much interested in the Royal Agricultural Society and was president in, and For many years he was a member of the Perth city council, for some time was chairman of the Guildford council, and for five years was an elected member of the old legislative council.
He travelled in Europe and the United States of America, and at one time thought of settling in England again, but found the climate did not suit him. He died at Perth on 18 April His wife pre-deceased him by several years.
Padbury was a good example of the kind of man who, having no advantages and no one to help him, rises to a leading place in his community. Having got into a good financial position he not only helped his own family, he held out a helping hand to many other men less fortunate than himself.
He was a generous contributor to charitable institutions and was particularly interested in orphan children. A sincerely religious man he gave largely to his church, and it was principally due to his munificence that it was found possible to establish the Anglican diocese of Bunbury.
By his will large sums of money were left to various Western Australian charitable institutions. The West Australian, 19 and 22 April ; J.
Wilson, Western Australia's Centenary. He was born in Armagh, Ireland, on 28 December and was educated at Youghal grammar school. He emigrated to New South Wales inand for many years worked for H. Dangar on his stations, eventually becoming his general manager.
He went to Queensland and took up land, and in was returned to Parliament as member for Port Curtis. On 2 August he became colonial secretary and secretary for public works in the R.
Mackenzie resigned on 25 November and Palmer went into opposition. On 3 May he became premier and colonial secretary and in July secretary for public works. His ministry was defeated in January During his term of office acts were passed which led to much development on account of new railways.
Palmer was colonial secretary and secretary for public instruction in the McIlwraith q. He remained in that position until the end of his life. On several occasions he was administrator of the government between and He died at Toowong, Queensland, after a long illness on 20 March He married in Miss C.
Mosman, who died inand was survived by three sons and two daughters. He was created K.
Palmer had a brusque manner and was a vigorous fighter in parliament. Though his forbears were well-educated people he had a rough way of speaking, and it has been suggested that he obtained his command of language bullock-driving in his early days.
But behind his manner was much kindness, strong common sense and capability, which enabled him to carry out his official duties efficiently. The Brisbane Courier, 21 March ; C. His father was a nephew of Sir Joshua Reynolds.
Palmer was educated for the medical profession, practised in London, and for a time was surgeon at St Thomas's hospital.
He came to Melbourne at the end of Septemberand in addition to practising his profession, was proprietor of a cordial manufactory.
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