HC Deb 22 July 1907 vol 178 cc1186-7

I beg to ask the Post-master-General whether his attention has been called to a resolution adopted by the Mitchelstown Rural District Council protesting against the inefficiency of the delivery of the mails in the town and district since the opening of the Rosslare and Fishguard service; and if he will consider the necessity of establishing a mail-car service between Cahir and Mitchelstown as a means of remedying the grievance complained of.

CAPTAIN NORTON (for Mr. Sydney Buxton)

I have just received a copy of the resolution referred to, and I have called for a Report on the subject. On its receipt an Answer shall be sent to the hon. Member.