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Allan McLean : 14-December-2011
Allan McLean : 14-December-2011

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Plaque and relief commemorates Victorian Premier, Allan McLean (1840-1911).

He was elected to the Legislative Assembly for Gippsland North in 1880. He first gained office in the Munro and Shiels governments (November 1890–January 1893) as president of the board of land and works and commissioner of crown lands and survey throughout, chief secretary from April 1891, and minister of agriculture briefly.

He was minister without portfolio in the Turner government from September 1894 until April 1898, when he resigned in opposition to the proposed Federal constitution. In November 1899 he successfully moved a motion of no confidence in the government whereupon he became premier and chief secretary, retaining office until his ministry lost its majority in the November 1900 election. Following the defeat of his government McLean entered the new Commonwealth parliament in 1901 as member for Gippsland.

Location

Address:100 Foster Street, ESSO BHP Billiton Wellington Entertainment Centre , Sale, 3850
State:VIC
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -38.111761
Long: 147.065308
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Plaque
Monument Theme:People
Sub-Theme:Government - Colonial
Monument Designer:Annemieke Mein
Link:http://adbonline.anu.edu.au/adbonli…

Dedication

Front Inscription

Allan McLean 1840 - 1911
Scottish Immigrant Who Became A Distinguished
Gippsland Parliamentarian.  As Shire President Of
Maffra, He Helped Form The Municipal Association Of
Victoria.  Entered Parliament As The Member For North
Gippsland. Premier Of Victoria, 1899 - 1900.  Fought For
The Extension Of Rail Services.  An Enterprising
Promoter Of Primary Industry, Notably Sheep, Cattle And
Sugar Beet. Gippsland`s First Member Of The House Of
Representatives, 1901 - 1906.
Bronze Design By Annemieke Mein.

 

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