§ 35. Mr. Thomas Reid
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if the Colonies have done everything possible to produce the maximum quantities of Indian corn, millets and other easily-grown products of dry cultivation to meet their own food needs for man and beast and the needs of Europe.
§ Mr. George Hall
Yes, Sir. I am satisfied that full importance is attached to producing crops of the type mentioned.
§ Mr. W. Fletcher
What practical steps in the way of direct instruction that grain products like this will be paid for at reasonable prices have been taken?