HC Deb 23 August 1889 vol 340 c239

I beg to ask the Postmaster General whether he has received pressing representations from all classes of the inhabitants of Round wood (Togher), County Wicklow, of the very great necessity that exists for a telegraph office being established there; and whether he can see his way to grant what is asked for?


In pursuance of a promise made in answer to a previous question the Postmaster General caused inquiry to be made respecting an extension of the telegraphs to Round-wood, and the hon. Member was informed by letter on the 31st January last that the Post Office could not make the extension except under guarantee. Since that date the Postmaster General has not received any communication or representation on the subject and it now rests with those who are interested to furnish the guarantee.