HC Deb 31 March 1887 vol 313 c56

asked the Secretary to the Board of Trade, Whether his attention has been called to the complaints, by the fishermen and residents along the shores of Loch Long and Loch Goil, of the grievous pollution of those waters by the discharge of the refuse dredged in the Clyde at the mouth of Loch Long, and the injury arising there from; and, whether, in the interests of the public, he will take steps to abate the nuisance?

THE SECRETARY (Baron HENRY DE WORMS) (Liverpool, East Toxteth)

The complaints to which the hon. and gallant Member refers have been brought to the notice of the Board of Trade, who are in communication with the Clyde Trustees on the subject.