HC Deb 15 March 1886 vol 303 c797
MR. M. J. KENNY (Tyrone, Mid)

asked the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, If the postmaster at Omagh has leave to absent himself from his office for two hours per day, in order to discharge duties wholly apart from that of the post office; and, if not, whether the person in question will be instructed to devote himself exclusively to the discharge of his post official functions?

THE CHIEF SECRETARY (Mr. JOHN MORLEY) (Newcastle-on-Tyne), in reply, said, that the postmaster had not infringed upon any of the Rules of the Department.