§ DR. CLARK (Caithness)
I should like to know from the hon. Gentleman the Secretary to the Treasury (Mr. Jack- 388 son), whether it is not possible for an arrangement to be made, whereby the mail train at night can run right through. At present, travellers have to wait two hours at Stirling before they can go on to Oban.
§ THE SECRETARY TO THE TREA SURY (Mr. JACKSON) (Leeds, N.)
There have been negotiations proceeding with the view of improving the train accommodation, and I believe they resulted in an additional service of trains.Ordered, That the Contract with the Highland Fisheries Company, Limited, for the conveyance of Mails between Oban, Coll, Tyree, Barra, and Loch Boisdale, be approved.—(Mr. Jackson.)