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The Hongkong Telegraph.

Friday, June 26, 1914.
香港英六月二十六號 禮拜五

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   There is a lot of sound, sensible, healthy stuff in the June number of the Hongkong Scouts' Gazette, a copy of which we have received. The Scoutmaster, Mr. A.J.Edwards, contributes a chatty little letter, and also some "Notes to Parents" which embody pithily the main arguments in favour of Scouting. In addition, there are items of news interesting and informative, to the Scouts, a pretty little poem entitled "His Flag," some notes on hygiene by Mr. Roylance, and a short letter from General Baden Powell's secretary conveying the Chief Scout's warmest wishes for the success of the Hongkong branch.

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