The Hongkong Telegraph.
Monday, March 3, 1924.
A HAPPY FUNCTION.
A well attended concert in connection with the Boy Scouts was held at the Seamen's Institute on Saturday evening. The programme opened with a song rendered by the 4th. (Murray) Troop. Each Troop contributed its own items towards the evening's entertainment, and the Sea Scouts gave no end of fun with their school room sketch. Master Choa was exceptionally good with violin selections, and a representation from the 6th. Troop gave an excellent display with lighted torches, both these items being well applauded.
The Commissioner announced that during his absence on leave the duties of Commissioner would be carried out by Mr. C.Champkin.
The concert came to a close at about 10 o'clock and was voted by the boys of whom there were about 200 present, as a huge success.