HC Deb 24 May 1911 vol 26 c267

asked the Postmaster-General whether he has considered the usefulness of instructions being issued to the public, by notices placed in post offices and otherwise, similar to those exhibited in German, Dutch, and other foreign post offices, directing the public in what form and manner letters and other postal matter may be addressed so that the convenience of the postal staff and the safety of and rapid transmission to its right destination of all postal matter may be best secured; and whether he will take steps to issue such directions without delay?


I have no official information as to the notices in foreign post offices referred to in the question, but I will make inquiry.