§ Sir JAMES YOXALL
asked the Postmaster-General if it can be arranged that the War news exhibited in post office windows on Sundays shall be expressed in larger handwriting so as to be more visible from a slight distance than is often the case?
§ Captain NORTON
All postmasters have from the outset had instructions for the Sunday morning messages to be written in a bold hand and exhibited where they can be easily read by the public. These instructions seem to have been carried out so as to give general satisfaction, for only one complaint (from Nottingham) has been made. The notices at that office are in large type, but they attract little public attention as a Sunday newspaper is published.