HC Deb 13 March 1905 vol 142 cc1207-8

I beg to ask the Postmaster-General whether arrangements can be made for the delivery of letters in the township of Inverpolly, near Ullapool, Ross-shire.


There is already a delivery at Inverpolly Lodge, but I find that at a shepard's cottage three miles away no delivery is at present afforde. The amount of correspondence for this cottage is very small indeed, and as the cost of servicing it would be 1s.6d. on each occasion, I should not be justified in sending the postman there every time a letter arrived. If, however, a delivery once a fortnight would be acceptable, I will give instructions for such a service to be afforded.