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  • ...ed the municipality. In May 1905, the Shire was gazetted as the Borough of Boroondara and Camberwell, and subsequently as a [[Town of Camberwell|Town]] in 1906 a == Councillors by riding ==
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  • ...ished = 20 April 1914<ref>Sharples, John. ''Municipality of Camberwell & Boroondara''. Museum Victoria: 2003. https://collections.museumvictoria.com.au/article ...ef>City of Boroondara (2014). Boroondara Bulletin. p. 4. https://issuu.com/boroondara/docs/november_2014_boroondara_bulletin, accessed: 23 June 2016</ref>
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  • ...n of the municipality. In [[1993 sacking of Camberwell Council|1993]], all councillors were suspended and replace by appointed commissioners. At the time of the council's sacking in 1993, councillors were paid an allowance of $1,500 per annum, not including other allowances
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  • ...ors in the history of Camberwell. He served as president of the [[Shire of Boroondara]] three times and as the [[City of Camberwell|City of Camberwell's]] first ...in 1905, he also served as its first mayor and one of the three inaugural councillors for the [[North Ward]].<ref name="MalingBook" />
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  • | image = <!-- https://boroondara.spydus.com/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/FULL/PIC/BIBENQ/944658/48243983%2C1?FMT=PA NE ...]]<ref name="DillonBook">Dillon, Paul (2015) 'Edward Dillon, the Forgotten Boroondara Warrior of Bench, Bank and Borough'. Melbourne: Dillon.</ref>
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  • ...ed the municipality. In May 1905, the Shire was gazetted as the Borough of Boroondara and Camberwell, and subsequently as a [[Town of Camberwell|Town]] in 1906 a == Councillors by riding ==
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  • ...ent was elected from amongst the sitting [[Councillors of Boroondara Shire|councillors]] on an annual basis. ...the allowance was fixed at ₤50.<ref>[[Box Hill Reporter]]. ''Boroondara Shire Council''. 21 August 1903. http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/903179
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  • [[Category:Boroondara Shire councillors]] [[Category:South Riding councillors]]
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  • ...9)</small><ref name="TheAgeArticle">The Age. ''Death of an old resident of Boroondara''. 15 August 1899. http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/202621359, acc ...istrict Roads Board]] and on one of its successor councils, the [[Shire of Boroondara]], for 30 consecutive years.
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  • [[Category:Councillors of Boroondara Shire]] [[Category:Councillors of Boroondara Shire for Centre Riding]]
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  • [[Category:Councillors of Boroondara Shire]] [[Category:Members of the Boroondara District Roads Board]]
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  • ...municipalities in 1860, while the Roads Board was followed by the Shire of Boroondara in 1871 which would eventually become [[City of Camberwell|Camberwell Counc ...ate or the other.<ref name="SouthBourke14Aug1868">South Bourke Standard. ''Boroondara''. 14 August 1868. http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/66842046, acce
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  • ...for re-election: <ref name="SouthBourke11Aug1871">South Bourke Standard. ''Boroondara Road Board''. 5 August 1871. http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/7008 [[Category:Boroondara District Roads Board members]]
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  • | name = Shire of Boroondara | abolished = 1905 (proclaimed [[Shire of Camberwell and Boroondara]])
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  • ...= Coachbuilder<ref name="CoBLocalHistoryWiki">[[City of Boroondara|City of Boroondara Library Service]]. ''Henry Rooks Memorial Fountain''. 6 May 2011. http://co ...a|Boroondara Shire Council]], [[Mayors of Camberwell Council|mayor]] and [[Councillors of Camberwell Council|councillor]] for [[South Ward]] on [[City of Camberwe
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  • | '''[[Councillors of Camberwell Council|Councillor]]''' ...n]], also announced his intention to run. Nott had previously [[Boroondara shire council election, 1913|contested the same seat in 1913]] and come within 65
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  • ...rvices Plan''. December 2015. https://www.boroondara.vic.gov.au/media/file/boroondara-library-services-plan.docx, accessed: 8 April 2018</ref> ...f our libraries''. 2018. https://www.boroondara.vic.gov.au/libraries/about-boroondara-library-service/history-our-libraries, accessed: 2018-04-08</ref><ref name=
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  • ...new ward, [[Riversdale Ward|Riversdale]], will be filled at the upcoming [[Boroondara council election, 2020|2020 election]] following reforms instituted by the ...es in [[wikipedia:Victoria, Australia|Victoria]] to have an even number of councillors.
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  • ...illard''' was a [[Councillors of Boroondara Shire|councillor of Boroondara Shire]] from 1875 to 1882. He arrived in Melbourne in 1851 aboard the ''Statesman [[Category:Councillors of Boroondara Shire]]
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  • '''Frederick Fitzwalter Read''' was a [[Councillors of Camberwell Council|councillor]] for [[Centre Ward]] on [[City of Camberw ...e in his memory.<ref>[[City of Boroondara]]. ''Read Gardens''. https://www.boroondara.vic.gov.au/recreation-arts/parks-and-gardens/read-gardens, accessed: 30 Apr
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  • '''Arthur McKenzie Hislop''' was a prominent resident of Boroondara, active both in his profession as an accountant and civic life. He served a ...erbury Gardens]]<ref>Boroondara City Council. ''Hislop Entrance''. City of Boroondara Local History Wiki: 2011. http://coblocalhistory.pbworks.com/w/page/4187198
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