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Culloville (Ireland) Postal Arrangements

Volume 92: debated on Tuesday 23 April 1901

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I beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, whether he will inquire into the inconvenience caused to the people of Culloville by not having a Sunday delivery of letters, as is the case in the surrounding post office districts; and whether he will arrange a collection of letters, for this district each evening later than that now existing, and also erect a pillar box at Culloville.

The Postmaster General has caused inquiry to be instituted, and the result shall be communicated to the hon. Member as soon as possible.

I cannot say, but the result shall be communicated as soon as the Postmaster General has had time to form an opinion on the inquiry.