The China Mail.
Hongkong, Friday, June 13, 1924.
TWENTY SIX SCOUTS TO BE ENTERTAINED.
BOUND FOR THE JAMBOREE.
Next Tuesday the Hongkong Boy Scouts will entertain 26 representatives of the Headquarters of the Boy Scouts of Japan. They will arrive from Yokohama by the s.s. "Hakone Maru" on their way to the International Boy Scouts' Jamboree which is to be held this year at Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Japanese Young Men's Association will take charge of them in the morning and the Hongkong Boy Scouts have invited them to tea on the Hongkong Hotel Roof Garden.
The Japanese Consul General has been invited to attend.