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SALVATION ARMY RESCUE HO M ES. outing of tha girls cannectedt w. the Salvation Army Home in Mdira-p Cardiff, took place on Tuesday, the com including 102 girls who have invited to join in a drive to Sully. The event year was of more than usual|mterest, because, a from the outing alone, it was made the occasi^f1 an enthusiastic welcome home to Mrs GoldsjniJj t,oe superintendent, who has been seriously ill |2 fcne past six months, but who has now sufficieW*? recovered to be able to resume her dU Between 50 and 60 of the girls to 1V"A the treat is given have passed th the home, and are now in sifcuati^S Within the last four years and a half (du*|3 the period Mrs Goldsmith had had the supfl*S tendence) about 470 girls have gone through "5 home. Many of them have been returned^ their own friends, and others placed in tions at distances, it being desirable to start to^. again as far away as possible from old asso^j tions. The work of reclamation Salvation Army is doing in Cardiff is invalu»jS and as funds are constantly required for tively carrying it out, contributions forwarder, the superintendent of the home in Cardiff, are earnestly besought.

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