September 12, 1925 Memories of genial Tom Bush and the old “Bee” Hotel (by Victor Hall). Sometimes a face, or a well-remembered name, drops out
October 25, 1924 Before the League matches had absorbed every available Saturday and holiday fixture date, Everton, and later on Liverpool, made a feature each
February 27, 1914 A meeting of the Executive of the Liverpool Theatrical Committee was held at the Bee Hotel yesterday, the chairman (Mr. W.W. Kelly)
December 8, 1905 A meeting of the council of the Liverpool Theatrical Football Gala was held yesterday, at the Bee Hotel, Mr. Lewis Peake presiding.
September 8, 1905 Yesterday the Management Committee of the Football League met at Liverpool. They were first entertained to lunch at the Bee Hotel by
Tuesday, February 11 – 1902 A very largely attended special meeting of the General Council (under the presidency of Mr Lewis Peake, chairman), entrusted with
February 14, 1901 Liverpool Annual Theatrical Gala. This popular event took place, as usual, on the Liverpool Football Ground, Anfield, on Thursday, the 14th inst.,
Thursday, February 16 – 1899 Liverpool’s mummers – representing all shades of historic art, from the grave to the gay – are masking exceedingly merry
October 29, 1891 The old members of the Everton Football Club, in the number of about sixty met last night at the Bee Hotel’s-lane: Mr.
September 28, 1891 Last evening the new club established at the south end, to be known henceforth as the Liverpool Caledonians made their debut. It