HC Deb 28 February 1895 vol 31 c22
MR. M. AUSTIN (Limerick, W.)

I beg to ask the Postmaster General whether, under existing regulations, the repairs of Parcels Post baskets in use in Ireland are now executed at the Tele graph Factory in London; and whether arrangements could be made under which the work could be dune in Dublin?


Under existing regulations the simple repairs to Parcel Post receptacles in use in Ireland are executed at the General Post Office, Dublin, but the heavier repairs are executed at the Telegraph Factory, London. I have, however, given instructions that all repairs to these baskets which can be conveniently so executed shall, for the future, be executed in Dublin.