Monday, June 27 – 1892
The prospectus of the Liverpool Association Football Club and Athletic Grounds Company, Limited has just been issued, and a perusal of it will leave no room for doubt to those who have a few loose “quids” lying about their money boxes or stockings that they might do much worse than devote the said “quids” to the promotion of good football and personal profit.
At first sight the amount of capital (£15,000) may appear abnormal, but those intending to invest will see from the way in which the shares are issued and the considerations made by vendors of the property that the risk is infinitesimal. In the first place the present issue is confined to 5,000 shares of £1 each, to be called up in four amounts by the 1st January next.
Mr John Houlding will sell the present ground, containing 9,700 yards for 7s…
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