ADELAIDE.. Thursday.-With 25 for
the House of lîepi'escntntives and six for tile Senate, the nominations in South Aus- tralia for the Federal elections constitute a record. The Douglas Credit Political Union has candidatcs in the field for the first time. The only surprise was tho non-appearance among the nominations of Mr. Moses Gabb, M.H.R, for Angas, which seat ceases to exist under the re- cent distribution. Senator Daly, who failed to receive the A.D.P. pre-selection, is not a candidate. The number of can- didates in Boothby and Adelaide-six-is
a record in each.
Bagot, Edward Daniel Joseph, secretary
Bardolph, Kenneth Edward Joseph, jour
Blake, Frank Edgar John, accountant
Hergstrom, Ernest Helge, clerk (D.C.).
McArthur, Arthur, manufacturer (Iud. Lab.).
"Stacey, Frederick Hurtle, out o£ business
Cameron, Archie Galbraith, farmer
Haycock, John Edward, farmer (D.C.).
Skitch, Cecil Ernest Jjec, teacher (A.L.P.)
Burnard, Charles William, valuator (Ind.). Fraser, David Skene, cutter (A.L.P.).
Lumbers, James Cramond, company dir-
*Pricc, John Lloyd, agent (L.C.L.).
"Truscott. Norman Clyde, motor engineer
"Wilson, Keith Cameron, solicitor
Barnes. Alfred William Hurtle, farmer
"McBride, Philip Albert Martin, pastoral-
Murphy, M. J., laborer (A.L.P.).
Brock, C. D., minister of religion (D.C.).
Evans, Ernest Arthur, manufacturer's
Garland, T., engineer (Com.).
"Makin, Norman John Oswald, pattern
Duggan, W. T., physical culture instructor
Hawker, Charles Allan Seymour, grazier
Smedley, M. O.. timekeeper (A.L.P.).
(W. G. Illingworth, "Herald,"