HC Deb 01 September 1887 vol 320 c738
MR. HAYDEN (Leitrim, S.)

asked the Postmaster General, Whether Drumsna is a sorting office for Kilmore and Hillotree; whether the day mails from Drumsna for Dublin are forwarded direct from that station; whether the night mails are first sent into Carrick-on-Shannon, passing by the Drumsna Railway Station to Dublin four hours after; and, whether he will so arrange that the night mails will be forwarded direct as the day mails now are, and thus give the people of the three districts named a much longer time within which to write their correspondence?

THE POSTMASTER GENERAL (Mr. RAIKES) (Cambridge University)

, in reply, said, inquiries would have to be instituted with reference to the several points raised; and as the Question only appeared on the Paper that morning, and it would take a few days to obtain the necessary information, he would ask the hon. Member to postpone it.