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Back in Hobart he bought the government flour-mill together with its attached residence in Barrack Street and opened a brewery.
By adding a steam-engine he greatly increased his milling business and extended his activities to commerce, whaling, shipping and insurance.
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He was also commissioned to wind up the Tasmanian interests of Lieutenant-Governor (Sir) George Arthur.
As his assets increased Walker acquired the estates of Belmont and Shawfield on the River Ouse and Clarendon on the Derwent where he opened another flour-mill.
In these travels he was shipwrecked three times: in the Schomberg off Cape Otway, in the Royal Standard off Rio de Janeiro and in the Rangoon in Galle Harbour.
He was a zealous apostle for emigration in Scotland and engaged twenty-nine Welsh miners for the Douglas River Coal Co. He kept a sharp watch for improvements in agriculture and is credited with introducing steam-engines in Van Diemen's Land.
Next year he received a grant of 200 acres (81 ha) and in 1824 built a mill at Richmond.
Waldemar Wolfhagen, 'Walker, John (1799–1874)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, published first in hardcopy 1967, accessed online 1 September 2019.
In September 1822 he arrived in Hobart Town in the Heroine.
By his own account he was 'penniless and unfriended', but among his acquaintances were John Dunn, George Carr Clark and Henry Hopkins.