HC Deb 10 June 1886 vol 306 cc1303-4

wished to ask the Lord Advocate a Question of which he had given him private Notice, Whether his attention had been called to the destruction of the bathing-screen erected by public funds at Innellan; and, whether he proposed to direct a criminal prosecution against the guilty parties?

THE LORD ADVOCATE (Mr. J. B. BALFOUR)&c.) (Clackmannan,

, in reply, said, he yesterday received a letter containing a newspaper account of an indignation meeting with regard to this matter, and he at once sent down instructions for inquiry to be made into it.