The Hongkong Telegraph.
Wednesday, October 16, 1935.
IN AID OF SCOUTS
CONCERT AT THE CHINA FLEET CLUB THEATRE
An enjoyable entertainment is promised this evening when the Scouts of the 4th. Hongkong (Murray) and 4th. Kowloon (Garrison) Troops present their second annual concert at the China Fleet Club Theatre, commencing at 8.45 p.m. sharp. As a specimen of variety the programme leaves little to be desired. Many popular local artists will figure on the programme while the Scouts themselves will be responsible for intermediate items.
Long experience has taught the organisers of Concerts that those run entirely by the Scouts are apt to become rather monotonous, and there is no doubt that the type of entertainment promised this evening is very near the ideal. By kind permission, the Band of the 2nd. Battalion, The East Lancashire Regiment, under Bandmaster A.B.Yule, will be in attendance. The following local artists have promised their support: Mrs. Anderson Miller, Mr. Li Chor-chi, Mr. P.H.Segon, the Quartette of the East Lancashire Regiment, and the pupils of the O'Keefe Montgomery School of Dancing. An added attraction will be Miss Stella Best, a pupil of the Volkova School of Dancing, in one of Mr. G.Goncharoff's pretty dances. Mrs. W.Sinclair will accompany. Other artists are Mr. Harvey Ashe, Mr. B.O.Kime, Mr. S.McNeill, Mr. W.Robertson and the Hawaiian Guitar Trio.
The proceeds of the Concert are to be devoted to the funds of the 4th. Hongkong and 4th. Kowloon Troops. Tickets at $2 (reserved) and $1 (unreserved) are obtainable from the Anderson Music Co. or at the door. Doors will be open at eight o'clock.