§ MR. MACVEAGH (Down, S.)
I bog to ask the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies whether any, and, if so, what portion of the cost of conveyance of mails to and from Canada is homo by this country.
§ THE PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY TO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD (Mr. RUNCIMAN, Dewsbury, for Mr. CHUCRHILL)
I have to refer the hon. Member to the Answer given by the Postmaster-General to a similar Question by the hon. Member for Galway on the 12th of March last.‡
§ ‡ See (4) Debates, cliii., 873
§ MR. CHARLES DEVLIN (Galway)
Is the hon Gentleman aware that for thirty years the steamers in this service have called at Moville or some other Irish port in order to land or receive mails, but that under the new contract no Irish port is to be called at?