HC Deb 28 March 1895 vol 32 cc340-1

I beg to ask the Postmaster General whether he will take steps to provide a post office for Four Roads, County Roscommon, there being at the present a delivery on six days in the week, but much inconvenience being felt owing to the want of an office?


When the official delivery of letters was first afforded in this neighbourhood, some years ago, a post, office was also established, a guarantee having been given to cover the deficiency of revenue; but at the end of a year the deficiency was withdrawal, and it became necessary to abolish the office. It seems very doubtful whether the office can now be re-established without a fresh guarantee; but I will have inquiry made in the matter, and let the hon. Member know the result.