HC Deb 28 March 1898 vol 55 cc1084-5
MR. EDWARD M'HUGH (Armagh, S.)

I beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, is he aware that a strong feeling of dissatisfaction exists among the inhabitants of Andersonstown, a suburb of Belfast, in relation to the insufficient deliveries of letters; and will he direct that, in future, letters posted in the city in the afternoon will be delivered at Andersonstown by a special service at 8 p.m.?


The postal arrangements at Andersonstown were recently revised, and the Postmaster General has been made aware by subsequent representations that the revision sanctioned does not give entire satisfaction. The question of granting a late evening delivery is receiving attention, and the decision shall be communicated to the hon. Member.