And one of these years,
1929, gives 229 million bushels, while the next year, according to the hon. member's figures, gives 113 million bushels, and upon that he built an argument. Now, Mr. Speaker, why cannot we, even though partisans, be fairly frank with one another? The fiscal year ended on March 31, 1929, and for that year there cleared from Canada to British ports 229 million bushels of wheat-cleared for British ports. For the year ending March 31, 1930, there cleared 113 million bushels, a falling off of 116 million bushels, and the hon. gentleman says that the falling off indicates what had happened under this government.
Subtopic: PURCHASE, STORAGE AND MARKETING OF WHEAT AND OTHER GRAINS