THE TORCH. 107 «£ /IDotto:—" Gbrist for all ano all for Cbrist" <£ (SOCIAL WING), Under the auspices of the Presbyterian Church of Wales. The Kingswood-Treborth Home, Cowbridge Road, Cardiff. '"IT gives me much pleasure to be able to W report that Kingswood-Treborth Rescue and Preventive Home has at length been formally opened, and that we have now at Cardiff a haven of refuge, where the tempted and fallen may find safety and succour. I cannot do better than give the account of the opening ceremony as it appeared in the South Wales Daily News for Friday, May 8th, 1908: — OPENING OF KINGSWOOD-TREBORTH HOME. Progress of the Women's Branch of the Forward Movement. Kingswood, a fine four-storied house standing in its own grounds at the western end of Cowbridge Road, Canton, Cardiff, was opened as a Rescue and Preventive Home on Thursday afternoon, May 7th, by Mrs. Davies, of Plas Dinatn. Thus another practical illustration was given of the steady pro¬ gress of the Women's Branch of the For vard Move¬ ment, under the auspices of the Presbyterian Church of Wales. Mrs. Davies motore 1 to Cardiff from Plas Dinam in company with Miss Davies and Mrs, D. Lloyd Jones (Llandinam), and on arriving at Kingswood they were heartily welcomed by a large company. Mrs. Davies having been presented with a gold key by the architect (Mr. W. H. Scott), opened the new home amidst applause, and she ex¬ pressed the hope that it would be the means of doing excellent work in Cardiff, where girls were subjected to many temptations. Mrs. Davies was then presented with a beautiful bouquet by Mrs. Edward Jenkins (The Laurels, Radyr), treasurer of the Home Fund, while Miss Phillips (Cardiff) made a similar presentation to Mrs. D. Lloyd Jones. Brief addresses were delivered by the Rev. J. Morgan Jones (superintendent of the Forward Movement)—who presided in the absence of Mrs. Dr. John Pugh—the Rev. F. W. Cole (Cardiff), Mr. H. Radcliffe, J P., Rev. John Williamson, M.A., Mrs. Walter Lloyd (Aberdare), Revs. John Thomas, G. Howe. Rev. J. Williamson, President of the Cardiff and District Free Churches Council, said such work as was carried on through the agency of rescue and preventive homes did much to vindicate Christianity in the sight of the world. (Hear. hear). He had watched the development of the Forward Movement with deep sympathy, and he could not speak too highly of the work of the late Dr. John Pugh. Mrs. Walter Lloyd (Aberdare) said wild birds,