HC Deb 09 June 1902 vol 109 c81
MR. M'GOVERN (Cavan, W.)

To ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, is he aware that complaints have been made as to the want of proper postal facilities in connection with Carrigan sub-office, Ballinagh, county Cavan, owing to the fact that the letters are only delivered on four days in each week, and that there is no means of replying to a letter until the day after it has been delivered; and could the Department see its way to have a daily delivery of letters, and have two or three pillar letter boxes erected in the district, which could be cleared by the rural postman each day on his way back to Ballinagh.

(Answer.) No complaints have reached the Postmaster General in regard to the postal service at Carrigan, Ballinagh, county Cavan, but he will inquire whether it is practicable to effect any improvement in the existing arrangements, and the result shall be communicated to the hon. Member as soon as possible.—(Post Office.)