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I BOSBURY. SCOUT DISPLAY.—The Bosbury Boy Scouts' Association announce that there will be a grand scout display at the Cricket Meadow, Bosbury (by kind permission of Mr E B Thompson), on Bank Holiday Monday, August 3rd next, commencing at 2.30 p.m. The display will be given by the 1st City of Westminster Troop, one of the smartest troops of scouts in the country, and the 1st Bosbury Troop. The programme will include bridge building, the making of a Scout, waggon drill and broken bridge, obstacle race, tub-tilting, physical drill, wrestling, rescue from house on fire and ambulance work, rescue from wreck and rocket work, wireless telegraphy and signalling, musical march, cock fighting, inspection of troops by the County Commissioner (Major- General Sir Elliott Wood, K.C.B.), tattoo and sports. Tickets are now on sale, and can be obtained from Scoutmaster C A F Stewart at the Parish Hall, Bosbury. To conclude the day's proceedings a concert and entertainment is being organised and will be held in the Parish Hall, commencing at 8 p.m. Amongst the attractions will be :-Living Lilliputian Marionettes, by Mr G Stewart Chappie (of London), with his songs, anecdotes and dances (on a complete miniature stage), including items from Harry Lauder's, George Robey's, the late Harry Fragson's and Dan Leno's repertoires; Mr Percy Hume in Picture Building, a novel entertainment, pictures being built during the recital of a story dances by Miss Pippin Shew songs by Mr H Lane, Mr H Jupe, Mr C A F Stewart, and Mr Thomas chapeaugraphy and conjuring, by Mr H Murless; and Miss Taylor, A.R.C.M., at the piano. Tickets may be obtained from Scoutmaster C A F Stewart, 1st Bosbury Troop, Parish Hall, Bosbury.

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