HC Deb 27 March 1893 vol 10 c1167

I beg to ask the Postmaster General, in view of the fact that a revision of the clerical staffs (postal and telegraph) of the Limerick Post Office has not taken place since November, 1887, if one has been in contemplation for over two years; and, if so, can the probable date of its application to that office be given?


The hon. Member is mistaken in saying that the revisions referred to have been in contemplation over two years. The last general revision took place in 1888, and the supervising staff was revised in 1891. New proposals have recently been made to me which involve a considerable sum of public money. I am now investigating the subject, which will be dealt with in ordinary course.