Glasgow Foundry Boys’ Religious Society, Social Meeting in the City Hall Saloon, December 1889

On Wednesday the 11th of December 1889, The Glasgow Herald reported, on page six, about a Glasgow Foundry Boys’ Religious Society’s social meeting, which was held in the City Hall Saloon, on the 10th:


“Mr James Dick presided, and there was a large attendance. A vocal and instrumental concert was given by a number of ladies and gentlemen and a choir of 15o voices, drawn from the various branch choirs of the society, conducted by Mr Andrew Myles. The object of the entertainment was to raise money in aid of the social reform work of the society. Mr Henry T. Tiltman, organist of the Free College Church, presided at the organ.”