THE POPE'S INCOME
The Pope baa been examining the aooount of bin income and oxpeudiiuro for tho year 1888. Here aresnnie of the figures :— From St. Peter's Ponoo he reaeivod £300 000 ; from interest of capital invested abroad, £100 000 ; from alms and other sources, £200.000 ; miking a total income of £600,000 ; to wh'oh muat be added about £80,000 reoelvod during the Jnbilpa. The « xporaea of the V tloan during the year include :— Alma £12 000 ; auras for propagarcU, £20,000 5 sums for diplomatic aervtpo, £20 000 ; snms for missions. £4 ,000 ; admiu<Btr»»tiyn expanses, £40,000; malnteuanoe of Apon'ollo pnUoe', £20,000 $ p*y of the Cardinals, £80 000; maintenance of eeralnartes, £90,000 The total expenditure te £339 200, which leavo a surplus of not much leea than ;i quarter ml'iicn sU».lng, I3eaf, — A Person cured of Deafness anp oises m the head of 23 years' standing by a impje remedy, will send a description of 1 1 REE to any person who applies r tfIQHOL' ON 65 William st cat, Melbourne
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THE POPE'S INCOME, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 4 April 1889
THE POPE'S INCOME Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 4 April 1889
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