§ 96. Mr. STEWART
asked whether the Post Office officials in London have the authority to refuse to transmit telegrams addressed to Ulster?
§ Mr. HOBHOUSE
As is stated at page 88 of the Post Office Guide, the address of a telegram should be sufficiently full to enable it to be delivered without difficulty; and counter clerks would be right to refuse to accept telegrams addressed simply to "Ulster," unaccompanied by the name of a telegraph office. They have no authority to refuse telegrams for Ulster which are properly addressed.