HC Deb 31 July 1900 vol 87 cc178-9
MR. TULLY (Leitrim, S.)

I beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, whether his attention has been directed to the inconvenience caused to the inhabitants of Carrigullen, South Leitrim, by the failure of the Post Office authorities to provide a mid-day delivery of letters; whether he is aware that the bulk of the Carrigullen letters arrive at Belturbet at 10 a.m., and lie in the post office there till six the next morning; and that a mail car running every day from Carrigullen to Killeshandra would expedite the delivery of these letters by about twenty hours; and what is the objection to such a mail car being provided.


No representation has reached the Postmaster General from the inhabitants of Carrigullen, but he will cause inquiry to be made whether any arrangement is practicable for affording a mid-day delivery of letters at that place.