HC Deb 19 June 1902 vol 109 c1118
MR. FLAVIN (Kerry, N.)

I beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, whether he is aware that public inconvenience is caused throughout North Kerry and the adjoining districts owing I to the way in which the mails are at present carried and delivered; and whether any action is being taken by the Government to remedy the present mail arrangements.


The Postmaster General regrets the inconvenience caused by the recent alterations in the mail service to and from places on the Limerick and Kerry railway; but, as stated in the reply to the Question asked by the hon. Member for West Limerick on the 16th instant, the answer of the Railway Company to his last offer for the maintenance of the former day mail service was such as to give him no hope that they would accept any terms which he would be justified in agreeing to.


Is this one of the benefits conferred on Ireland by British rule?