HC Deb 31 March 1913 vol 51 cc17-8

asked the Postmaster-General whether his attention has been drawn to the necessity for improving the telegraphic facilities for the locality of Rutland Square, Dublin; whether he is aware that the nearest telegraphic office is one-third of a mile away; that a postal and money office exists at Granby Row, a few yards from Rutland Square; and, seeing that representative opinion has been expressed to him by numerous public bodies and private residents in the neighbourhood in favour of the opening of a telegraph office at Granby Row, whether he will meet the public convenience by extending telegraphic facilities to the Granby Row post office?


I have been making inquiries concerning the provision of telegraph facilities at the Granby Row Post Office, Dublin, and I will acquaint the hon. Member with the result as soon as possible.