HC Deb 29 July 1909 vol 8 c1450W

asked the Postmaster-General if he can say whether he has received a memorial which was forwarded to the Secretary, General Post Office, Dublin, from the inhabitants of Dromard and district, asking to have a letter-box erected at Dromard, on the (day mail) road, midway between Ballingarry and Rathkeale, in the county of Limerick; and, if so, will he give the matter his favourable consideration?


The matter is one which should be dealt with locally. The Secretary in Dublin will no doubt take such action as may be necessary.