§ Mr. PATRICK WHITE
asked the Postmaster-General whether the inhabitants of Rhine, near Kells, county Meath, had petitioned him to have a letter-box erected 1359 for their convenience; whether he was aware that at present they had to watch the postman to give him letters or walk two miles into Kells Post Office; and what action he proposed to take?
§ Mr. HERBERT SAMUEL
I am not aware of any such petition. Although the number of letters which would probably be posted in a letter-box at Rhine is very small, I have authorised the erection of a box.