April 26, 1945 Fewer than 100 years ago Liverpool people believed that if they washed their money in basins of water they would prevent contagious
All the money poured out
Wednesday, October 19 – 1938 When Liverpool won the championship in consecutive seasons after the war they held their heads high and seemed ready to
Ex-Liverpool player broke into house
Friday, August 13 – 1937 Pleading guilty at Kilmarnock Sherif Court yesterday to two charges of theft by housebreaking and one charge of attempted housebreaking,
Gambling money changing hands in the Sunderland shipyards
Friday, April 6 – 1906 Speaking at Sunderland, Councillor William Walker said that 30,000 football gambling coupons were issued in Sunderland shipyards, and £2,500 changed
Post-office robbed by London mobsmen
May 9, 1893 A daring post-office robbery was perpetrated in Liverpool on Tuesday. During the temporary absence of an assistant a branch office was entered,
A bet gone wrong
January 21, 1893 Shortly after five o’clock on Saturday evening a woman passing along York-street, Bury, saw a man climb over the boarding (about 7ft.
How the Tories lost the power in Liverpool
December 1, 1892 Mrs. N. Stewart-Brown writes to the Woman’s Herald – The most remarkable victory achieved by the Liberals at the recent municipal elections
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