HC Deb 03 June 1907 vol 175 c316
MR. J. DEVLIN (Belfast, W.)

I beg to ask the Postmaster-General if he can state when the building of the new post office in Monaghan will be commenced; whether he is aware that the negotiations for the acquisition of the old buildings and the site in Mill Street in that town for the new post office have been completed, and that Mr. Clarke, postmaster at Monaghan, took over possession last week of the premises for the Postmaster-General; and if he will give instructions for the necessary advertisements in connection with the contract to issue as soon as possible, as well as the plans and specifications that have been prepared, so that the inhabitants of that town may have the benefit of a well-equipped building in which to transact their postal business.


No opportunity will be lost to expedite this matter as far as possible.