The Dictionary of Australasian Biography/Stuart, James Martin

Stuart, James Martin, H.M., entered the public service of South Australia as stipendiary magistrate at Adelaide in July 1881; was appointed Commissioner of Insolvency in June 1883; and, in addition, stipendiary magistrate at Port Adelaide in May 1887. Having resigned the above posts, he was appointed, in August 1889, Crown Solicitor and Public Prosecutor, in succession to the late Charles Mann, Q.C.