HC Deb 22 July 1897 vol 51 cc721-2

I beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, whether he can now state what decision has been arrived at with regard to the establishment of a sub-post office at Lissavaird, county Cork?


There has been no time, since the hon. Member's Question on the 16th instant, to deal with the applications for the establishment of a sub-post office at Lissavaird. It is necessary in each case to obtain accounts of letters and other information and a personal visit of a surveying officer is not un-frequently required, all of which involves time and opportunity. No needless delay will occur in dealing with the matter.