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Thomas William Stone

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Thomas William Stone (1848-1891)

1892 Obituary [1]

. . . . of the following year was appointed a Resident Engineer for Water-supply under the Victorian Government, and placed in charge of the Castlemaine district. He executed, under George Gordon, the Engineer-in-Chief, the whole of the works for that district, including the main storage reservoirs; lime-settling ponds; aqueducts of iron, timber and masonry; culverts, tunnels, and 20 miles of main open channels in rock and earth, . . .[more]

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