HC Deb 14 May 1891 vol 353 c675
DR. CAMERON (Glasgow, College)

I beg to ask the Postmaster General whether his attention has been called to the dissatisfaction caused throughout the Island of Mull, and evidenced by an indignation meeting at Tobermory and complaints from other parts of the district, occasioned by changes in the local postal service, introduced, or about to be introduced, in connection with the improvement of that service in the West Highlands; and whether he will have the matter investigated with a view to securing the population of that and adjacent islands against the deterioration of postal communication, of which they complain?


I think the hon. Member refers to a suggestion that the steamer from Oban for Tobermory should call at Croggan. But no such change has been made, nor have I the intention of making it, or any other that would delay the delivery of the mails by the steamer at Tobermory or Oban.