November 5, 1955 “Frisby Dyke” (once a familiar Liverpool stores-name) is the chosen ‘nom de plume’ of a famous sea captain. All sailors love a
May 15, 1944 Only for a few minutes did Bolton Wanderers have any hope of pulling back two goals against Liverpool at Burden Park. Nat
May 13, 1944 Match: Lancashire Cup Final, Second Leg, at Burden Park. Bolton Wanderers – Liverpool 2-3 (1-2). Attendance: 10,254; gate receipts: £781. Referee: Mr.
May 18, 1941 Football officials throughout the North will learn, with regret, of the passing of Mr. James Cherry, the Liverpool company secretary and accountant.
October 18, 1939 Two former Liverpool players for whom the Reds received about £11,000 in transfer fees will be wearing the club colours again on
January 1, 1927 Match: Football League, First Division, at Burden Park, kick-off: 14:15. Bolton Wanderers – Liverpool 2-1 (1-1). Attendance: 34,513. Referee: Mr. R. Bowie
September 1, 1917 The death has taken place of Archibald Freebairn, a former well-known player of Partick Thistle and Bolton Wanderers. He joined the latter
September 6, 1915 Some matches were started late, and not only Liverpool, at Bolton, but Everton, too, were off the mark beyond the appointed time.
April 19, 1913 Match: Central League, at Burnden Park. Bolton Wanderers – Liverpool Reserves 2-0 (1-0). Bolton Wanderers (2-3-5): Liverpool (2-3-5): The goals: XX
December 25, 1911 Match: Central League, at Burden Park. Bolton Wanderers Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 1-1 (0-0). The goals: 1-0 Hilton, 1-1 Brough. X
October 1, 1910 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Burnden Park. Bolton Wanderers Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 1-0 (0-0). Bolton Wanderers (2-3-5): Hugh Edmonds, William Stott, Jack
September 6, 1910 The second eleven played their first away game of the season, and after the gratifying display at Burden it was only to
January 18, 1908 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Burden Park. Bolton Wanderers Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 1-2 (1-1). Attendance: 4,000. Bolton Wanderers (2-3-5): Dai Davies, William
December 5, 1904 I had not seen a Second League match this season prior to Saturday, but various friends had been good enough to inform