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Appointment To Sub-Postmastership Of Buttevant, Mallow

Volume 181: debated on Friday 23 August 1907

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To ask the Postmaster-General whether Mr. E. Green, late sub-postmaster of Water Street, Manchester, was recently transferred or promoted to the salaried sub-postmastership of Buttevant, Mallow; what was the number of applicants in Ireland for this post; and will he state the length of Mr. Green's established service in the Post Office, the length of established service of the senior recommended candidate in Ireland, and the respective annual emoluments in Water Street, Manchester, and in Buttevant. (Answered by Mr. Sydney Buxton.) Mr. Green, late sub-postmaster of Water Street, Manchester, was recently appointed sub-postmaster of Buttevant. The net emoluments of Water Street, Manchester, were about £90 a year, and at Buttevant the salary is £100 a year. It is not the practice to publish the other particulars asked for by the hon. Member.