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A LAWYER’S SUICIDE.

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ADELAIDE, October 5. Mr G. S. Kingston, a well-known solicitor, brother to the Premier, shot himself in his office at Port Augusta. His clerk states that Mr Kingston had been drinking heavily lately, and was much depressed over the non-settlement of a case in which he was interested. He told the clerk that bs intended to shoot himself. The Premier was presiding at a Cabinet meeting when he received the information. The Cabinet immediately adjourned.

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A LAWYER’S SUICIDE., Issue 10437, 5 October 1897

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A LAWYER’S SUICIDE. Issue 10437, 5 October 1897

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