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Arohanui: Letters from Shoghi Effendi to New Zealand

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Author: Shoghi Effendi
Published: 1982
Language: English
Wordcount: 26,366 / 90 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 68.2
LoC Categories: BL, BP
Downloads: 1,585
Added to site: 2006.09.15
mnybks.net#: 14794
Origin: gutenberg.org
License: ©

(c) 1982 BAHÁ’Í PUBLISHING TRUST SUVA, FIJI ISLANDS

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and beseech for you and the New Zealand friends the blessings of our loving and almighty Master.

You true brother, Shoghi


(4) May 21st, 1925

Alláh-u-abhá

Dear Bahá'í Brother,

Shoghi Effendi has asked me to reply to your kind letter of 11th April. He is delighted to hear that you propose starting a Bahá'í Magazine for Australia and New Zealand and suggests as a suitable title "The Herald of the South". Every 19 days a letter will be sent from Haifa to Mr and Mrs Hyde Dunn giving the news of the Cause. Owing to the restricted facilities for multiplying copies which are at present available here, I fear it will not be possible to send another copy to you, but doubtless you can arrange with Mr and Mrs Hyde Dunn to have their copy passed on to you for the magazine. We are glad to hear that notwithstanding the absence of the Blundells and Margaret Stevenson, the friends in New Zealand are remaining united and a

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