Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

Egypt.

We have had constant proof of the friendliness of the local European press, not only in cordial personal relations with the editors, but also in the consideration shown in putting as much space as possible at our disposal and in giving our international newspaper, The Christian Science Monitor, prominence by frequent reprints and tributes. In connection with this publicity it was interesting to read an editorial of the Egyptian Mail, based entirely on one of Mr. Harsch's able articles on conditions in Germany, which, after giving credit to the Monitor, stated, "This newspaper's reputation stands very high." It was owing to lack of space (each paper is limited by the Egyptian Government to a maximum of but six pages, except in exceptional circumstances) that the report of the Annual Meeting of The Mother Church was not printed, but otherwise the two English dailies have been very considerate, especially the Egyptian Gazette, which has published in full our church notices and Lesson-Sermon excerpts.

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