January 31, 1910 (11th Parliament, 2nd Session)

CON

Arthur Samuel Goodeve

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. GOODEVE.

Referring to an answer given by the First Minister (Sir Wilfrid Laurier) on behalf of the Postmaster General (Mr. Lemieux) with regard to the post office at Camborne, B.C., I see that a petition has been sent in to the government asking that the post office at Camborne should 'be removed from the hotel. The Prime Minister, speaking on behalf of the Postmaster General, said that if the post office was in the hotel, the matter would be taken into consideration. I have a diagram of the hotel, showing the post office situated in the office of the hotel, between the bar-room and the card-room, which is very strongly objected to by the citizens. I will hand this over to the Postmaster General, and I trust he will take steps to have this remedied.

Topic:   POST OFFICE AT CAMBORNE.
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