§ MR. DILLON
asked the Secretary to the Treasury, Whether it is true that the present postmaster of Donemanagh, county Tyrone, some time since became a defaulter to the extent of £40; whether the post office was, in consequence, removed from his house; whether he 1898 has been recently reinstated as postmaster; and whether any complaints have reached the Post Office in reference to this official?
§ THE SECRETARY TO THE TREASURY (Mr. HENRY H. FOWLER),
in reply, said, that the present sub-postmaster was appointed last October. He was not a defaulter, but the late sub-postmaster was a defaulter. There was no complaint against the present man.