§ 34. Mr. BENNETT-GOLDNEY
asked the Postmaster-General if his attention has been drawn to the refusal of the postal authority controlling the telephones to permit certain persons resident in Sand-gate from being supplied with a telephone service on the circuit system, which was promised to them provided a sufficient number of persons applied for such a connection; if he will cause inquiries to be made into the matter; and if he will permit such connections to be made now that sufficient persons are willing to sub scribe the necessary sum of money for the privilege?
§ The ASSISTANT POSTMASTER - GENERAL (Captain Norton)
I cannot trace that any application for telephone service at Sandgate of the kind described by the hon. Member has been refused. If, however, he will send me some particulars I shall be happy to have further inquiry made.