HC Deb 07 March 1917 vol 91 c393
96. Mr. FIELD

asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that dissatisfaction and inconvenience has been caused by the change of arrangements governing the Irish mail, viâ Holyhead, Kingstown, and Dublin; whether he is aware that the City of Dublin Steamship Company have almost invariably been within time; whether he. can explain what is the reason for the change; and whether he will resort to the former and more satisfactory regulations?

99. Mr. CLANCY

asked the Postmaster General if he will take into consideration the question of restoring to the public the service and advantages of which they have been deprived in connection with the morning mail trains from Amiens Street and Kingsbridge Stations, Dublin?


I will communicate with the hon. Member for Dublin, St. Patrick's, as to question 96, and with the hon. Member for North Dublin as to question 99.