HC Deb 11 March 1889 vol 333 c1362
Mr. SEXTON (Belfast, W.)

asked the Postmaster General whether he was aware that after the closing of the post and telegraph office in Waring Street, Belfast, it was found necessary to reopen a branch post office there; and whether, considering that the new general post office affords no convenience to the district of Waring Street for the despatch of telegrams, and that a telegraph office is more urgently required there than the post office, he will now take steps to have a telegraph office established in connection with this branch post office as soon as possible?


On a review of the whole case, I have decided that, as soon as arrangements can be made, telegraph business may again be transacted at Waring Street, as an experiment for one year, at the end of which time the matter will be reconsidered.