Mr. TYSON WILSON
asked the Postmaster-General if he was aware that letters addressed to a resident in Seaside Road, East Preston, were not delivered at that address, but were left at a house some hundreds of yards away; and that when the postmaster of the district was approached upon the matter he said that his men had not time to deliver the letters at the address given; and whether he would give instructions to this postmaster that all letters in his district must be delivered at the address given on the letter?
§ Mr. HERBERT SAMUEL
Letters for residents in Seaside Road, East Preston, are delivered as addressed; and even in the case of a portable bungalow, situated about 200 yards beyond that road, and almost on the foreshore, the postmaster of Worthing arranged for a delivery. On one occasion only since September last, when the bungalow was closed, a letter was left at the house of the caretaker.