Hongkong Daily Press.
Hongkong, Tuesday, April 6th, 1926.
INTERESTING DEMONSTRATION AT ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH.
The St. Andrew's Church Hall and ground were the scene of scouting activities at Kowloon last night (Easter Monday) when the 2nd St. Andrew's Troop of Boy Scouts entertained their friends with a demonstration of scout craft and scouting games.
Mr. T.E.Jackson, scoutmaster, was in charge of the demonstrations, while the Rev. G.R.Lindsay, presided over the meeting. Mrs. Arrowsmith and Mrs. Welch took charge of the "Cubs at Play." More than 300 friends were present in addition to representatives from other troops.
The display opened with the showing of the various uses of scout staves while on tramps, moving by night, as tent poles and cooking tripod, bamboo and clothes pole and as flagstaffs, scales, etc. Bridge making was a feature much enjoyed by the visitors.
The "Cubs" at play included demonstrations of catching the stick, "skinning the snake" roping and blanketing. They also sang songs.
Various games were indulged in, and the visitors thoroughly enjoyed the youngsters' display.