19 FEBRUARY 1921, Page 14


[To THE EDITOR Or THE " SPECTATOR.11 am a flour miller under Government in a district growing English wheat. During the whole time of control there have been no restrictions or orders limiting the pro- portion of English to other wheats we might use. We are now using 50 per cent. of English in our wheat mixtures. It has been left entirely to our milling judgment, and at times we have been 'able to use more than this, and yet compete with the coast millers at the fixed flour price.—I am, Sir, tic.,