§ MR. EDWARD HARRINGTON
asked the Secretary to the Treasury, Whether there has been brought under his notice, or that of the Postmaster General, a Copy of a Memorial addressed by the Tralee Town Commissioners to the late Postmaster General, representing the necessity for the erection of a suitable post office for Tralee, which is the chief town and the assize town of the county of Kerry; and, whether he can promise that anything will be done in the matter?
§ THE SECRETARY TO THE TREASURY (Mr. H. H. FOWLER),
in reply, said, that a Memorial was received in November last. No time would be lost in the matter; but it was not yet practicable to come to a decision as to the most suitable arrangement to provide accommodation in the town referred to.