The China Mail.
Hongkong, Monday, July 10, 1922.
BOY SCOUTS INSPECTED.
CHURCH PARADE AT ST. ANDREWS.
Yesterday Commodore Grace in spooted the St. Andrew's Church Boy Scouts on the occasion of their annual church parade.
The Scout Commissioner Rev. G. T. Waldegrave gave a special address to the Scouts and Girl Guides assembled in the Church. Speaking on the beginning of the movement he said that when Baden Powell first started the Boy Scouts people said they were mad. The movement had now grow to be world wide.