HC Deb 14 August 1913 vol 56 c2691W

asked the Postmaster General why mail bags addressed to Ballymore Post Office, county Donegal, have recently been left at Cashelmore Post Office; by whose direction the letters arriving on Sunday, the 3rd instant, were left at Sheephaven coastguard station until 5 p.m.; and whether, in view of the inconvenience caused to residents in the district, he will give orders immediately for a resumption of the ordinary delivery of mails to and from Ballymore Post Office?


The persons employed on the delivery of letters from the Ballymore Post Office recently resigned, and as suitable persons could not be found to take their places it was arranged for the delivery to be made from the Cashelmore Post Office. I hope, however, that this arrangement will be only temporary. The mail bag for Bally-more was left at the coastguard station on Sunday, the 3rd August, through an error, which has been suitably noticed.