Hon. RODOLPHE LEMIEUX (Postmaster General).
Information having reached the Postmaster General that the post office at Greenfield was not in the most central location, a report was obtained which was to the effect that the office was too far in what is known as the ' Upper end of the District,' and accordingly steps were taken to remove the same to a site better calculated to serve the postal needs of the people. Before the transfer of the office took effect, the proposed postmaster refused to accept the position, and the actual postmaster notifying the inspector to take delivery of the equipment, no other course remained except to temporarily close the office, pending further inquiries which the inspector desires to make after a personal visit to the ditsrict. Apart from the alleged inconvenient site of the office, there were no complaints against the postmaster.
Subtopic: POST OFFICE AT GREENFIELD, P.E.I.