August 17, 1900 The supporters of football will, no doubt, be looking forward with interest to the coming practice matches of the Liverpool and Everton
Tuesday, April 17 – 1900 The remains of Mr. J.C.Brooks, of H.M.Customs, who died at his residence, Wye-street, Everton, were interred at Anfield Park Cemetery.
Thursday, February 16 – 1899 Liverpool’s mummers – representing all shades of historic art, from the grave to the gay – are masking exceedingly merry
Friday, January 21 – 1898 * Nottingham Forest, in allowing Tom McInnes a League match for his benefit, has set an example which ought to
March 2, 1893 (Liverpool Mercury: March 2, 1893)
December 13, 1892 Yesterday Earl Spencer, as Chancellor of the Victoria University College, Liverpool, opened a new wing of the College, to be henceforth called