HC Deb 11 August 1890 vol 348 c511

I beg to ask the Postmaster General whether he is aware that great inconvenience is caused to a considerable number of the inhabitants of Dalmuir, near Glasgow, in consequence of the late delivery of English and Irish letters, which reach the local office about 8 a.m., and are not delivered for several hours; whether this delay is caused by the postman having to pass through Dalmuir in order to deliver first the letters at certain suburban residences, carrying with him the correspondence of the general public for delivery on his return journey, and whether he will cause prompt delivery to the greater number instead of the few?


Unfortunately, the information for which I asked has not arrived; but I have given directions for it to be forwarded.