George Graham (Australian politician)
|Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly|
June 1884 – March 1889
|Preceded by||Henry Bolton|
for Numurkah and Nathalia
April 1889 – May 1904
for Goulburn Valley
June 1904 – November 1914
|Succeeded by||John Mitchell|
16 August 1838|
Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland
22 July 1922|
Numurkah, Victoria, Australia
George Graham (16 August 1838 – 22 July 1922), was a farmer and politician in colonial Victoria, Minister of Water Supply 1890–1893.
Graham was returned to the district of Moira in the Legislative Assembly in June 1884. Graham held this seat until its abolition in March 1889, he was then elected for the new Numurkah and Nathalia district in April 1889, which he held until May 1904 when it was abolished. In November 1890 he accepted office in James Munro's Government as Minister of Water Supply (5 November 1890 – 23 January 1893), and was sworn of the Executive Council. Graham then represented Goulburn Valley from June 1904 to November 1914.
Graham died in Numurkah, Victoria on 22 July 1922.
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