The Irish Times, 5 February 1907
   Mr. Gerald A. G. Byrne has been duly admitted by the Lord Chancellor as a solicitor of His Majesty's Supreme Court of Judicature in Ireland. He served his apprenticeship with his father, Mr. Gerald Byrne, of 7 Lower Ormond quay, Dublin, and intends practising with him and Mr. Edward H. Byrne, under the style of Gerald Byrne and Co., solicitors, at the same address.    
   Mr. Francis Ahern, youngest son of the late Walter Ahern, Ailesbury road, Dublin, has been admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature in Ireland. Mr. Ahern served his apprenticeship with Mr. Henry F. Chidley, 190 Great Brunswick street, Dublin, and intends practising in Dublin.
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The Irish Times, 9 February 1907
Departures from Fishguard—Hon, Miss Fowler, Hon. F. Butler, Captain F. Stockman Davis, Major Johnstone, Sergeant-Major Ford, R.A.M.C. ; Mrs. Ford, R. Richards, Christy Broadon, Michael Cahill, P. Murphy, W. J. Cordner, H. C. Slocock, Waterford; Christopher Tobin; Daniel Shelley, Mrs. Oswick, Miss May Ahearn, P. J. Kelly, Miss O'Brien, Mrs. Christie, M. P. P. O'Flinn, J. M. Lissack, J. Harper, P. D. Ludwick, J. Musson, Samuel Isaacs, Mrs. Snow.

AHERNE—January 27th, at 53 Aughrim street, Dorothy, the dearly-beloved wife of Patrick Aherne, G.P.O.
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