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Wednesday, 4 August 1920


Mr WISE (for Mr. Groom) - The answers to the honorable member's questions are as follow: -

1.   It will largely depend upon the results obtained.

2.   As already intimated in reply to questions in Parliament, the operation of a rainfall ' stimulation station in every instance apparently coincided with a more than average amount of rainfall in that district for the period of working. Increased rainfall is of such vital importance to Australia generally that it was considered a benefit to the immense pastoral, agricultural, and various other interests involved to in any way advance our knowledge on such a very important subject as rainfall stimulation, on the success of which added production would follow.







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