An old friend's offer of a resident magistrate position in a more civilized location tempts Yeates.
A stern official from Dublin Castle observes Yeates' court conduct; Yeates finds Sally's horse hidden in the loft.
Yeates' day of hunting goes badly, and his experiences with a new automobile convince him to abandon it.
Everyone, including a cockatoo which attacks him, takes an immediate dislike to Babs' scornful friend, Julian.
Babs' cousin Andrew turns Yeates' house inside out with attempts to structurally improve the chimneys and well.
Simon Smiley introduces moving pictures; Yeates unknowingly allows a group to perform a banned play.
An exhausting night of dancing and dousing fires ends with a carefully planned surprise by Sally and Flurry.
Yeates, Sally, Philippa and Flurry scheme to race Lady Knox's horse without her knowledge.
Yeates and his cousin Basil fear their careers are ruined when they are caught in a police raid at the Brickleys.'
Jealousy of Bernard results in Flurry (Bryan Murray) telling Sally (Lise-Ann McLaughlin) he loves her.
Eccentric Mrs. Knox (Faith Brook) wrongfully believes Yeates (Peter Bowles) stole her prize mare's colt.
In 1898 Maj. Sinclair Yeates (Peter Bowles) rents a dilapidated house and becomes a resident magistrate in Ireland.