asked the Secretary to the Treasury, Has he registered 1891 a short telegraphic address for the House of Commons; and, if not, can he do so?
§ THE SECRETARY TO THE TREASURY (Mr. HENRY H. FOWLER)
No address has as yet been registered for the House of Commons. But "House Commons, London," is sufficient address. ["Oh, oh!"] I would not forejudge the case as to whether that may not be shortened; but I think it is not necessary to add anything more at the present time, as the Postmaster General is considering the matter, and in a few days it will be seen what can be done.