HC Deb 04 August 1891 vol 356 c1256
MR. CRILLT (Mayo, N.)

I beg to ask the Postmaster General if the following positions in the Irish Post Office establishment are vacant at present, namely, a surveyor's clerkship in the Irish Southern District and a principal clerkship in the Accountant's Department; and, if so, how long have these appointments remained unfilled; whether it is intended to fill them; and what is the cause of the delay?


Both of the appointments to which the hon. Member refers have been vacant for some months. Suggestions have been made with a view to a re-adjustment of the duties, and until these suggestions have been more fully considered I am not prepared to state whether the appointments in question will be filled.