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NINE MONTHS' REVENUE

AN INCREASE OF £231,526. The Minister of Finance (Hon. ,1 as. Allen) supplies the following comparative statement of revenue for the nine months ended December 51, 1914 and 1913 ;

Totals £8,545,826 £8,314,300 The increase for the nine months i» £231,526. Regarding the decrease in Land Tax, the Minister stated : “ The decrease is only apparent, it- i? duo to the fact that a sum of £112,600 of land tax money which ought to have been received in December, bub owing to certain assessments being- late and owing- to some adjustments it was not paid until the beginning of January. If that, sum had been received the Land Tax would have been over £60,000 more than last year. The money’ is now to hand.”

1914. 1913. Customs ■92.427,550 £2,456.310 .Stamps 850,889 855.889 Post ond Telegraph 1.015.489 956,194 Land tax 6o7.752 699.718 Income tax 19,055 24,346 Beer dutv 94.545 90,033 Railways 2,888,870 2,725,992 Registration, etc. ... 65,069 65,234 Marine 37,596 36,596 Miscellaneous 278.099 223.206 Territorial 149,626 107,121 National endowment 78,770 72,402 Other receipts 4.753 459

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NINE MONTHS' REVENUE, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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NINE MONTHS' REVENUE Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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