The Hongkong Telegraph.
Wednesday, November 4, 1936.
CAMP FIRE DISPLAY
BY BOY SCOUTS ON SATURDAY
Whether one knows a lot, a little, or nothing at all about Scouting, the display organised by the Hongkong Branch of the Boy Scout Association, to take place on the Hongkong Cricket Ground on Saturday, November 7, should prove most interesting and entertaining.
Interesting, in that it will give the public an opportunity of seeing what the Scout Movement is doing in training young boys, youths and men in useful crafts and in bringing them up as resourceful citizens; and entertaining, in that being the first of its kind, it offers something unusual and different.
His Excellency the Governor, Chief Scout for Hongkong, will be present at the display, which commences at 6.30 p.m., and the Band of the 1st Batt. Royal Ulster Rifles will render selections from their repertoire.
Tickets are $5, $2 and $1, reserved and 50 cents unreserved, and are obtainable from members or from Headquarters, Lower Albert Road.