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BOY SCOUT ORGANISATION

(By Telegraph.—Press Association.)

CHKISTCHURCH, This Day;

At a meeting of the Dominion Executive of the Boy. Scout Movement it as decided that: The New Zealand Boy Scouts shall in future work under an Imperial policy, organisation, aud rules with such alterations as are deemed necessary by the executive to suit the local'conditions in New Zealand. Districts'will be organised and controlled by District Commissioners with District Committees -where large centres have twenty or more groups. The Commissioner in charge will be designated Metropolitan Commissioner.

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BOY SCOUT ORGANISATION, Evening Post, Volume CIX, Issue 33, 8 February 1930

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BOY SCOUT ORGANISATION Evening Post, Volume CIX, Issue 33, 8 February 1930

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