HC Deb 25 February 1904 vol 130 c1004

I beg to ask the Postmaster-General whether he has received resolutions from local authorities in Ireland objecting to the cash-on-delivery post as being calculated to inflict injury on traders and shopkeepers in country towns and villages in Ireland; and, if so, will he state what are the intentions of his Department towards this post.


Memorials from certain associations in Ireland, objecting to the institution of a postal system of cash-on-delivery, have been received. As regards the rest of the Question I must refer the hon. Member to an Answer which I gave to a similar Question asked by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for North Tyrone on the 22nd instant.†