On Tuesday a committee of citizens, which, it is understood, is representative, waited on Mr. Thomas, the Boston postmaster and claimed that the citizens of Cambridge would agree to have one central office, with a sub-office for greater convenience. Mr. Thomas and the chief postoffice inspector of the district now have the question of the locality of a possible central office under consideration, and will endeavor to settle the question satifactorily. The matter will probably be definitely settled in a fornight and if a central office is instituted it will certainly be near Harvard square.
The Post Office Question.
The desire of the citizens of Cambridgeport ot unite the two districts of the city under the municipal name of Cambridge, now seems to have taken the form of an appeal for one central office without any demand as to its situation.