HC Deb 27 January 1913 vol 47 c988

asked the Post master-General whether his attention has been called to the irregularities in the delivery of letters at Rosslare Harbour Station, causing inconvenience and worry to cross-channel passengers; is he aware that the present postal arrangements have been found wanting; and will he inquire into the matter, with a view to a better delivery at Rosslare Harbour Station?


So far as I am aware no difficulty has arisen with regard to the delivery at Rosslare Harbour Station of any letter bearing a full and correct postal address. I will communicate with the hon. Member with regard to the treatment of letters bearing incorrect postal addresses.