HC Deb 23 March 1903 vol 119 cc1469-70

I beg to ask the Postmaster-General if he will state the length of service, pay previous to promotion, and present salary of the second division clerk recently promoted to the position of first-class assistant superintendent in the Dublin sorting office; also the number, length of service, and pay of the sorting office second-class assistant superintendents passed over by this officer.


The second division clerk referred to has had twelve years service, including six in other Departments than the post office. His pay prior to promotion was £130, and £250 on promotion. The number of second-class assistant superintendents in the Dublin office is twelve. Their pay ranges from £200 to £250—one officer, however, receiving £300, the maximum of an old scale. Their service up to the 1st instant ranges from fourteen to forty-three years.