HC Deb 09 August 1901 vol 99 cc289-90

I beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, whether he will make an early appointment to the postmastership at Laurencekirk, which has been vacant since June, in view of the inconvenience caused to the public by having a post office employing eighteen subordinate officials without a head.


The vacancy for a postmaster at Laurencekirk has been advertised in the weekly "Post Office Circular," and an appointment will be made as soon as all the applications from candidates have been received and their claims and qualifications have been considered.