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WORLD ROVER SCOUT MOOT British Leader ' s Lonely Vigil

WORLD ROVER SCOUT MOOT British Leader ' s Lonely Vigil

WORLD ROVER SCOUT MOOT British Leader ' s Lonely Vigil The hrst world Rover Sco : it nicot at Kani ^ r stcg . Switzerland , is now in full swing . The s : f part of the sojourn . of these young men of £ nations in tlii ~ beautiful i 5 wis = vallev was
04 August 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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harm thm hmart What The Scouts Saturday—that is our first three days. Again on the following Friday, the last whole day of the Moot, the conference was addressed, the presence of the Chief Scout of All the World, the Chief Scout of Switzerland (Major Walter
21 August 1931 - Thanet Advertiser - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
TO•NIGHT'S GREYHOUNDS

TO•NIGHT'S GREYHOUNDS

the King's Scout Roll again, which should become considerably larger after the experiences gained at camp. I am reminded of the fact on learning that apparently Welshmen can leave us cold, for the find Llandaff Troop bas seven King Scouts and a Gold Cord
08 August 1931 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FROM THE MOOT.

FROM THE MOOT.

Orphan's flair." The :NM Scottish Rover Scouts with their skirling pipes and swinging kilts added yet another touch of colour to the varied throng. The leader of the British Rover Scouts is ltrig.•l:encrnl Godfrey-Faussett, who took his hike tent and camped
08 August 1931 - Perthshire Advertiser - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
THE WEST MIDDLESEX GAZETTE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. 1931. THE BUTCHER WHO VANISHED. 1.... THE TALK OF GREENFORD Alfred Day, caretaker,

THE WEST MIDDLESEX GAZETTE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. 1931. THE BUTCHER WHO VANISHED. 1.... THE TALK OF GREENFORD Alfred Day, caretaker,

takings, which he had not banked. These would amount to at least £6O. In addition to that he had stock and money owing to him. SCOUT NEWS. EALING CUBS' TEN DAYS AT FELIXSTOWE. The 'nth Baling Cubs returned last Tuesday from their annual summer camp at Felixstowe
08 August 1931 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England