HC Deb 07 June 1901 vol 94 cc1330-1

I beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, what reply he has to give to the inquiry made as to postal deliveries in Firies, county Kerry, in a letter which was forwarded to him some time ago.


There is already a Sunday post to Firies, county Kerry. The question of extending the Sunday delivery to Molahiffe and Ballyfinnane, as requested in the letter of the hon. Member, has been considered, but in view of the high cost of maintaining the existing service the Postmaster General regrets that he would not be justified in complying with the request.