Victorian London - Entertainment and Recreation - Drinking - Temperance movement - Meetings 

GREAT INDUSTRIAL DEMONSTRATION IN EXETER HALL on MONDAY EVENING, April 17, CHAS.GILPIN, Esq., in the Chair, when a number of men engaged in laborious occupations will demonstrate, from their own experience, that entire abstinence from intoxicating liquors is practicable in connexion with the most arduous toil and promotive of health, comfort, independence, and political, social and moral elevation. Chair to be taken at seven o'clock. Admission free to all parts of the Hall, except the platform, tickets for which 6d., may be had of the treasurer, 335 Strand.

advertisement from Daily News, 2nd April 1851