HC Deb 20 April 1931 vol 251 cc623-4W

asked the Postmaster-General what steps he proposes to take to make the public at large more familiar with the air mail facilities which are available?

NET EXCISE REVENUE in India (Government of India and Provincial Governments):
i.e., Gross Receipts less refunds and compensations.
1927–28. 1928–29. 1929–30.
Rs. Rs. Rs.
Gross Revenue less refunds 19,82,16,229 19,97,70,237 20,41,23,285
Less Compensations 28,04,533 30,82,125 29,88,449
Net Revenue 19,54,11,696 19,66,88,112 20,11,34,836
At 1s. 6d. the rupee £14,655,877 £14,751,608 £15,085,113


Any member of the public desiring to use the air mail can obtain full particulars of the available facilities from the air mail leaflet which is obtainable free of charge at any post office; and particulars of air mail despatches are given in the Post Office daily list, which has a wide circulation among business houses. New services instituted and all important alterations made receive wide publicity through the Press, the daily list, and the British Broadcasting Corporation.

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