HC Deb 07 May 1894 vol 24 c464
MR. TULLY (Leitrim, S.)

I beg to ask the Postmaster General whether he is aware of the great public inconvenience caused in South Leitrim by the refusal of the postal officials to establish a post from Ballinamore to Deradda, in consequence of which people residing in the extensive parish of Drumreilly have often to wait four and five days for their letters, and have to send special messengers many miles to the nearest post office to obtain them; and whether, in view of these circumstances, he will order the establishment of a post from Ballinamore to Deradda?


I have not yet been able to obtain sufficient information from Ireland to enable me to answer the hon. Member's question, but as soon as I receive a full Report I will communicate with him.