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NEW JONGS COUNSEL^

Mr. TV' A. Jli Daw Hohoiui&D

: The;PremiCT^(SnirJam.e*'mitchell)fc an-; nounced . yesterday^ that the , Administrator;; [TKe'-'Ohi^'''^!^.-'''^.^^^^^^^^- jili' ha& approved .of -tfie' elevation: of the

Attofhey^eneralV {Mr.flX.; A. L.; Davy); to thi:rank/of Eng's Counsel. ?.: I %??'* ? Mr.; ;Dayy^ who ? is deputy ?) leader'oP the Natforial Party of ?-. Western Australia, was born .m New Zealand ^J years, ago. At^avveay- early .age he' yiaa 'brbughtby his parents _to Western Australia (Ms father being y,'. a ? medical practitioner widely known 'and respected in the State in his generation), and his education was

Mr. T. A. L. DAVY, K.C.

Mr. T. A. L. DAVY, K.C.

begun at Hale School. In 1900 he won a Rhodes Scholarship and went to Oxford, taking his law degrees and being ' ad mitted, later, to the bar of the Inner Temple. . ?*??-. ? Returning to Western Australia, .' Mr. Davy. became a partner in^ the .legal firm of Nprthmore and Hale, which then in cluded1 the .present Chief Justice and State Administrator. He went to the war, and at its. conclusion took up the threads where he had . dropped them, becoming finally senior partner in the same firm, now entitled Nor thmore, Hale, Davy and Leake. He was elected to Parliament in 1924, and has been Attorney-General in the present administration since it as* sumed office in 1930. ' v ?? ? . ??s-

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