The Irish Times, 9 April 1932
(Before Mr. Justice O'Byrne.)
   An application was made by Mr. Gearoid O'Sullivan (instructed by Mr. B. Collins, Revenue Solicitor) on behalf of the Revenue Commissioners for an order of attachment against Patrick Ahern, of Upper Ballybrawney, Rathcormack, Co. Cork, for failure to deliver an account of the succession duty which became payable on the death of William K. Cashman.
   Mr. B. Seales, solicitor, applied for an adjournment.
   Mr. O'Sullivan stated that already two adjournments had been granted, it being stated on the last occasion that the defendant wanted to take counsel's opinion.
   Mr. Justice O'Byrne said that the defendant had had ample time. He granted the order asked for, with six guineas costs, and gave a stay of execution for two months.
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The Irish Times, 11 April 1932
The Free State Army horse-jumping team left Dun Laoghaire last night by the mail boat for Holyhead en route to the jumping competitions which are being held at Nice. The team will afterwards travel to Rome and to Brussels. Commander O'Dwyer is in charge, and the other officers who travelled were Captain F. Ahern, Captain D. Cory and Lieutenant D. Leonard.
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