That the Catholic Pavilion at the Empire Exhibition was more fortunate than many of its neighbours in being able to effect a favourable financial balance was revealed this week, when the Pavilion Committee at Glasgow issued its final balance-sheet. This showed that the cost of erection, £5,215, and losses in one or two departments had been offset, and that the Pavilion wound up with a credit balance which enabled it to make a liberal grant to the Association for the Propagation of the Faith.
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