The Irish Times, 1 October 1932
1893 Sergeant E. M. Aherne, Killargue to Ballybofey
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The Irish Times, 12 October 1932
   The following degrees were conferred :—
   Doctorate in Theology—The Rev. James McGarry, Tuam, and the Rev. Thomas Maxwell, Killaloe.
   Licentiate in Theology—The Rev. William Philibin, Achonry ; the Rev. Robert McCabe, Kilmore ; the Rev. Michael Kelly, Cork, and the Rev. Michael Lane, Waterford.
   Baccalauriate in Theology—The Rev. John McCarthy, Elphin ; the Rev. Pierce Aherne, Waterford ; the Rev. Thomas Sheehan, Ardagh ; the Rev. Peter Morgan, Derry ; the Rev. James Abbott, Meath ; the Rev. John Wims, Achonry, and the Rev. Timothy Richardson, Cloyne.
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The Irish Times, 28 October 1932
First Prize For Irish Free State.
BOSTON, Thursday   
   The Irish Free State Army horses, Benea Dare and Blarney Castle, mounted by Captain F. Ahern and Lieutenant J. F. Neylon, respectively, took the blue ribbon in the event for officers' jumpers in pairs, which was the only military event on the second day's programme of the Boston Horse Show.
   They had only 4½ faults, despite the difficult rules of the Federation Equestre Internationale.
   Thus in two days Irish Free State entrants have taken first, second, and third prizes. Captain Ahern, on Gallow Glass, having been placed second in the handy hunter class, and Captain D. J. Corry, on First Attempt, third in the officers' charger class on the opening day.
   The Irishmen's brilliant success was well received by the ten thousand spectators.
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