§ 73. Colonel DAY
asked the Postmaster-General what is the estimated revenue that will be receive J by the Post Office during the 12 months ending the 31st March, 1925, in respect of advertisements in post offices and postal stamp books; and whether any portion of this revenue is devoted to improving the postal facilities?
§ Sir W. MITCHELL-THOMSON
The estimated revenue from advertisements in post offices is £20,000 and on books of stamps, £9,500. The receipts form part of the general income of the Post Office services and are not earmarked to any particular purpose.