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ADMITTED TO THE BAR.
Saturday being the last day of the law term, His Honor (Mr. Acting. Justice Bu chanan) sat as a. Full Court to consider ap plications for admission to the Bar. Mr J. R. Anderson, K.C., moved for the ad
mission of Messrs. Mortimer Giles, LL.B. and Donald. Arthur Roberts, as barristers and solicitors. His Honor acceded to the request, and shortly addressed the appli cants. He congratulated, them upon en tenng tie legal profession, and hoped they would become distinguished in it. Mr. U J. B. Symon. who had been a member of the Bar in England, and had been ad mitted m South Australia conditionally for 12 months, from July 22, 1911, applied for the order to be made absolute, as he had been residing and practising^ the State during the interval. His Honor refused the application, on the ground that the 12 months which had heen pranted had not expired-. He advised Mr. Symon to repeat his request at the nest sitting of the Court.