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“OLD BUSHMILLS”

“OLD BUSHMILLS���

veterinary surgeons, and thus for the first time the Dairies and Cowsheds Order would be put into actual practice. Answering Mr. Faussett, J.P., Dr. Robertson said that under the beef scheme any Northern Ireland cattle which were sent across the Border for grazing
17 August 1934 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PURCHASE OF APPARATUS

PURCHASE OF APPARATUS

surgeons, and thus for the first time the Dairies and Cowsheds Order would be put into actual practice. In reply to Mr. Faussett, J.P., he sqid that under the beef scheme any Northern Ireland cattle sent across the border to the Free State for grasing
11 August 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIETY

COURT AND SOCIETY

of Gloucester has left the Palate. The King and Queen, attended by Lady Victoria Forester and Captain Sir Bryan (Jodfrey- Faussett, R.N., inspected the new Mantegna Gallery at Hampton Court Palace this afternoon. The Duke of Gloucester, attended by Captain
28 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOWNINGS HEMS

DOWNINGS HEMS

Monday in connection with the proposed boatsllp. ACCOMMODATION ROAD. It Is understood that a large number of tenants of the Faussett estate and residing at Dooey, Intend to petition the Land Commission for the construction of an accommodation road from their
09 March 1934 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Thompson and Ednards; Fitzgibbon v. English./ 11. Case 3; Lalor v. kept, J. F. Lalor; Meath Board of Health to

Thompson and Ednards; Fitzgibbon v. English./ 11. Case 3; Lalor v. kept, J. F. Lalor; Meath Board of Health to

rulings. At 3 o'clork—Wiff• gett Dunscotube and others (S. 1977). dischargd rulings. Before Mr. 011yroe. at 3 o'clock—Edith L Faussett and another (S. 23841. dischar rulings, CENTRAL CRIMINAL COI:RT. Tuesday. the 27Th February, 1934. has beer appointed as
23 February 1934 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(iaroßa MR. CURREN.)

(iaroßa MR. CURREN.)

ascertain whether the writers of the letters were aware of the charge against the defendant. W!::ni the case was resumed, Mr. Faussett (instructed by Mr. Early), for the defence, again submitted two letters testifying to the defendant's previous good character
13 January 1934 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BUCKINGHAM PALACE CAR SMASH FOUR DEAD: MANY INJURED at changing of the guard the KING’S INQUIRIES

BUCKINGHAM PALACE CAR SMASH FOUR DEAD: MANY INJURED at changing of the guard the KING’S INQUIRIES

for aafety. *n«*iioi»e the crash ■» tb* car hit standard could heard *?lm*s. in reaidence the sint hi* equerry Sir Bryan Faussett) to inquire what bad l^ppened. POLICE niißT FBOJI LICE. Police from the Palace burned the and summoned ambulnnce*, in which
14 October 1933 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOUR PERSONS KILLED.

FOUR PERSONS KILLED.

followed. The noise of the crash could heard inside Buckingham Palace. The King sent his equerry. Captain Sir Bryan Godfrey Faussett, to inquire what had happened. Poli fiom the Palace hurried to the scent and summoned ambulances, in which tht injured people
13 October 1933 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIETY

COURT AND SOCIETY

io-ianl. Hod. Neville Chamberlain, M.P.. .i.hlience his Majesty previous to the 1 M,ia*er of the House and Captain Sir Bryan c Faussett, B.N. (Equerry in-Waiting) were p - tendance. (t.oucester has left the Castle. Hon. Sir Henry Betterton, Bt.. , .i La.lv
01 September 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE IRISH TIMES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE IRISH TIMES.

heather, and Lord Dunedin gave her a bunch of roses. A guard of honour was posted in the station square. and Sir Bryan Godfrey Faussett. Equerry. presented Captain F. Ca pbel , officer comma tiding the guard. The Queen was cheered as her ear left the station
29 August 1933 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland