June 9, 1910 A well-known Liverpool gentleman Much regret will be felt in Liverpool at the announcement of the death of Alderman Ephraim Walker, J.P.
January 3, 1905 Liverpool v Everton. Liverpool and Everton met yesterday afternoon in the final of the Liverpool Cup. There was a fine holiday crowd
January 2, 1905 Match: Liverpool Cup Final, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool – Everton 4-1 (1-1). Attendance: 25,000. Referee: Mr. Horrocks. Liverpool (2-3-5): Ned Doig,
August 8, 1896 The small, but beautiful village of Freshfield was the chosen rendezvous last Saturday for the annual outing of the committee, players, and
Saturday, November 2 – 1895 In selecting the new aldermen on Saturday the Conservative caucus adopted the principle of seniority in the City Council. Mr.
August 23, 1894 Inaugurated some three years ago, the growth of the Liverpool Association Football Club has been a remarkable incident in the history of
October 30, 1893 Preparatory for the above important game the Liverpool team arrived in London on Friday evening, accompanied by a large and influential party,
October 28, 1893 Key note: “Liverpool by their easy victory over the Woolwich Arsenal on Saturday have so firmly planted themselves at the head of
August 28, 1893 Though Bootle has collapsed, interest will be sustained in the locality by the fact of the inclusion of Liverpool in the second
November 7, 1892 Weak defence and insipid shooting Liverpool were deposed from their proud position as champions of the Lancashire League on Saturday. Accompanied by
August 20, 1892 The first annual picnic promoted by the Liverpool Association Football Club was held at West Kirby on Saturday, and proved a most
August 22, 1891 In face of the continued rainy season, tickets for the Everton Football Club’s annual picnic and sports were not in request, as