HC Deb 09 May 1904 vol 134 cc774-5

I bog to ask the Postmaster-General whether any decision has yet been arrived at in reference to the application to have letters delivered on Sunday at Knocknagoshel, county Kerry; and if, in view of the inconvenience existing, he will cause the necessary change to be made forthwith.


I have received no recent application for a Sunday delivery at Knocknagoshel, but when the question was last considered it was found that owing to the comparatively high cost of the existing postal service in that district, the expense of affording the desired improvement would not have been justified. I am having further inquiry made to ascertain if there is any change in circumstances and I will inform the hon. Member of the result.