HC Deb 18 February 1920 vol 125 c896W

asked the Postmaster General whether his attention has been called to the request by the Goole Chamber of Commerce for the provision of telegraphic facilities at Booth Ferry Road Post Office, Goole; and whether he can arrange to have effect given to this re quest of the business interests of the town?


This application has been brought to my notice, but I regret that, as the Goole Head Post Office is only about 500 yards distant, I do not see my way to accede to the request, especially as telegrams can be dictated by the public from the call office at the Boothferry Road Post Office on payment of the call office fee in addition to the usual telegram charges.