Foreign News: Questions of Money

¶In the interests of economy the Italian Cabinet decided to abolish four courts of cassation, four courts of appeal, 57 tribunals, and 550 minor courts. ¶Premier Mussolini in a statement to the members of the Cabinet said that the revision of the estimates of the Ministries of Finance and the Interior had effected a saving of 512,000,000 lire. ¶The parliamentary committee of investigation of war contracts issued its second report. It was stated that many firms were paid for goods that were never delivered, that some bills were paid twice, that many companies never repaid capital loaned by the State. In...

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