HC Deb 11 February 1904 vol 129 c1012
MR. O'SHAUGHNESSY (Limerick, W.)

To ask the Postmaster-General if he will state why the mails are not now carried by the Great Southern and Western Railway Company between Limerick and Tralee.

(Answered by Lord Stanley.) The Limerick and Tralee Railway is used for some of the mails for the district it serves; but the remainder are now sent by road because the railway company refused, some time ago, to continue to run trains at hours suitable for them except for a payment far beyond what would be justified for the service.