HC Deb 24 July 1905 vol 150 cc23-4

To ask the Postmaster-General whether he can now state if any improvement can be made in the delivery of letters at Staveley near Kendal, where some houses only get two deliveries a week, and other houses get letters too late in the morning for business purposes.

(Answered by Lord Stanley.) As there was some doubt in this case whether any improvement in the post was justified, it was considered necessary t count the letters for the places concerned for a somewhat prolonged period That period is now drawing to a close and I hope shortly to be in a position decide the matter.