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f- NEARLY EIGHTY MILLIONS FROM EXCESS PROFITS DUTY. ââââââ j A Traawr v xtatefnent issucvi on Sauuxlay t night snoni that the Krial revenue of the United Kingdoiu from April 1 to December 19.16. was £2913,140.611, or a. net increase of £ 135.883.337 <-oir.pared with the wrres- j ponding period of las: yeai. Customs showed an increase of £ 12,419,000 I whilst Excite decreased by £ 2,941,000, and f estate duties deureased by L2,090,000. Piopefty and Income-i-as (includiri? super-tax) at £ 52. 95,000 showed a.n incre&se j of £ 26,498,000. The exce' profits dutv ?in- clud?ug Tnunit.?on? !e?') amounted t-o £79,8,OüO a? compared with nil ia?t year. By Treasiuy hills of suppiy jei,708,580,000 was raised, and the Six per Cent. Exchequer Bonds (19W) brought iri £ 159.204.000, and war ,wings certificates brought in I £ 40,250,000. The total expenditure chargeable against revenue is £ 1,565.919.345. I The People's Savings. According to a. return issued on Saturday I relating to the Post Office Savings Banks for the year ended December 31, 1915. the balance amounted to a sum of £ 249.331,508. Of this sum £ 54,528.429 was received in cash from depositors from January 1 to December 31, 1915. The balance due at the close of the year 1915 to all depositors, inclusive of interest, was £186,327,584.

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