HC Deb 10 July 1902 vol 110 cc1385-6

I beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, whether he is aware that some months ago a letter box was erected in the village of Kilmurray, that the morning delivery of letters takes place about 8.30 a.m., and the box is cleared about three hours afterwards; and, seeing that the residents in the locality complain of the insufficient time for replying to the morning post, and of being compelled to send their letters by special messenger to the Lissavarda Post Office, will he recommend that the time for collection in Kilmurray be extended.


The Postmaster General recently caused inquiry to be made as to the possibility of affording a later collection of letters at Kilmurray, but he regrets that in view of the high cost of the existing service, the additional expense involved would not be warranted.

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