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: A Special Service arranged by The Boy Scouts' Association

in connection with The IMPERIAL HEADQUARTERS SCOUT and CUB WORKERS' BIENNIAL CONFERENCE
Relayed from Christchurch Priory
Relayed to Daventry
Hymn, Soldiers of Christ, Arise'
The SCOUT LAW,
Said by Lord HAMPTON
Chief Commissioner
The CUB LAW
Said by Mr. K. DANVERS POWER
Chief Wolf Cub Commissioner
Prayers said by the Rev. W. H. CAY, Vicar of Christchurch
The Lesson, St. James i, 17-27, read by the Rev. R. SCOTT FRAYN
Hymn, ' He who would valiant be'
ADDRESS by the Rov, F. I. ANDERSON
Vicar of Boldre, Chaplain to H.M. the King, late Chaplain to the Forces
Hymn. 'O Worship the King'
Blessing by the Rev. Canon A. P. ANNAND, Rural Dean
THE NATIONAL ANTHEM
The Service will be attended by the Delegates to the Conference and by various troops of Boy-Scouts and packs of Cubis.
There will be a specially selected CHOIR of Scouts

Contributors

Unknown: K. Danvers Power
Unknown: Rev. W. H. Cay
Unknown: Rev. R. Scott Frayn
Unknown: F. I. Anderson
Unknown: Rev. Canon A. P. Annand

: The WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE: The Bournemouth Cot in the Alton Cripples' Hospital, Appeal by the EARL OF MALMESBURY (on behalf of the DOWAGER COUNTESS OF MALMESBURY)

THE Cripples' Hospital and College at Alton and Hayliog Island in Hampshire, founded by the late Lord Mayor Treloar , has given treatment to more than four thousand crippled children, in addition to providing special training in leatherwork, shoe-making, and tailoring for a selected number of crippled boys between the ages of fourteen and eighteen. The Bournemouth Cot in the Hospital at Alton has been fully maintained for several years past through the kindness of residents in Bournemouth who have given very generous support to Lady Malmesbury's annual appeal. At present there are five Bournemouth children under treatment at Alton.
Contributions should be sent to [address removed].

Contributors

Unknown: Lord Mayor Treloar








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