Monday, June 18 – 1894
The negotiations between the Liverpool Football Club and the owner of the adjoining land are at a standstill, and it is probable the club will go to pastures new. Their reserve decided to stay by the Liverpool League and Mr. Nesbit was elected a vice president at the annual meeting last Monday. It was also decided to admit the Police Athletic and Port Sunlight so that the fixtures will be well maintained.
(The Athletic News, 18-06-1894)