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BOY SCOUT NOTES. ,r By means of a line of corrm-iunication com- posed of some hundreds of Boy Scouts, a mes- sage frm the Lord Mayor of London to the Mayor ,af Brighton and a reply thereto will be transmitted on Saturday. Att every quarter of a mile along the rroute between the City and Brighton scouts will 'be placed, one of whom will run with the message -tal the next post, whence another scout will convey it to the next; and so on. The idea of the experiment is time test. the intelligence, punctuality, and relia- bility of the boys concerned. There dlbes not appear to be any great activity on the part of tihe Llandudno Boy S-ooutis jus-I at present. The writer has not heard of anything been done for some weeks. In fact, since the visit ta Carnarvon they have apparently like Brer Rabbit "laid low," which, if correct, is certainly a great pity. We learn that there will be a turnout to-day (Saturday), and Scoutmaster Ccoper is en- deavouring to arrange a camp out at Ty Celyn Farm within the next few weeks. < The whole of the subscriptions to .the Scout- Band have now been lreceived,and the makers are proceeding with the engraving of the bugles. How many of he Llandudno troop can swim ? Perhaps it would, however, be better to ask* aire there (any who cannot swim ? If there are, is the present not the time for them to be taught. Yet no word has been whispelred -of anything of the kind being attempted. Scouts should also study The notices very prominent just now of articles lost, and would be doing "good turns" if they made an organ- ised search for some of them. Foir instance, on the inspector's, hut on the 'Con.way Shore on Tuesday was fixed a notice intimating that a pair of eye glasses or spectacles had been lost,. Probably they were not of any great cash value, but to the loser they probably represented the lass of a great deal of comfort, in addition io the partial loss, of the power to enjoy the beauties of Llandudno. If would be good, training for themselves if the scou-IB had a good search for thc!se spectacles, and if they were found the owner would be made to realise that the scout movement was a most, useful one. There are very many other ways scouts could make themselves very useful just ,at present, which will be dealt with later. Unless in the meantime they find them out for themselves. Most successful men will, tell you that it ie

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