HC Deb 26 February 1894 vol 21 cc1023-4
DR. D. AMBROSE (Louth, S.)

I beg to ask the Postmaster General whether he could remedy the grievance of the inhabitants of Collon, County Louth, as evinced in a recent Memorial to him from them, regarding the late hour at which the morning mail is delivered; and whether he will arrange that the mail which arrives in Drogheda in the evening should be delivered at Collon by 7.30 next morning, and also if the return of the mail car to Drogheda could be delayed till 7 o'clock in the evening?


The establishment of a mail car service between Drogheda and Collon in lieu of the existing foot post, which would practically meet the wishes of the Memorialists, is under consideration. Tenders have been called for, and I hope shortly to be in a position to come to a decision in the matter.