§ 64. Colonel WEDGWOOD
asked the Postmaster-General whether he will reconsider the reduction of the status of the 42 Stone Post Office in view of the growing importance of the town both as a residential and political centre?
§ Mr. ILLINGWORTH
The alteration of the status of the Stone office has been made in the interests of administrative efficiency, and will not affect the public postal services in the town. I regret that I can see no ground for altering the decision.
§ Colonel WEDGWOOD
Does not it mean that new public servants employed at this post office will have to work on short pay?