HC Deb 03 July 1916 vol 83 c1229W

asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that, in consequence of the altered train service to Cahirciveen, there has been a complete disorganisation of the local postal service in the district, with the result that medicines ordered by post from Waterville, about twelve miles distant, cannot be supplied until three days have elapsed from, the date of ordering; and whether, with a view to obviating this, arrangements can be made for the delivery of letters to addressees on personal application within stated hours *at the Cahirciveen post office?


I am having inquiry made, and will send the hon. Member a reply as soon as I can.