§ 58. Mr. CHARLES BATHURST
asked the Prime Minister whether, as the result of the deliberations during the last two years of the Defence Committee on the question of food supply in time of war, the Government propose to take any steps to secure the storage of wheat for national requirements before the recurrence in the spring of 1913 of the deficiency of reserve supply, always prevalent at that season?
§ Mr. C. BATHURST
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that if the next three months elapse without anything being done, it will be impossible to store wheat for another twelve months?