February 21, 1961 An office colleague, Mrs. Amy Gibson, has unearthed a remarkable file of sports magazines; “Out of Doors,” published in Liverpool in 1892.
February 2, 1918 Mr. Cuff has held the Everton reins for the past seventeen years. The duration was seemingly rather “elastic.” My city affairs of
July 25, 1901 Mr. Tom Watson, the genial Liverpool Secretary, is home again from his sea trip, looking even more hale and hearty than ever
May 18, 1899 The annual meeting of shareholders of the Everton Football Club was held last night in the Picton Lecture Hall, William Brown Street.
March 20, 1899 The report that Southampton have been approaching Steve Bloomer has caused quite a panic in Liverpool football circles. I went round to
March 4, 1897 The funeral of Mr. Arthur Ernest Leyland, of Cleveland House, Moss Lane, Walton, took place yesterday at Anfield Cemetery. The deceased, who
July 28, 1896 The Wanderers` new secretary Interview with Mr. Brettell As is pretty well known by now, at the meeting of the Bolton Wanderers`
July 28, 1896 A meeting of the Management Committee was held at the Oberon Hotel, Grimsby, on Tuesday. There were present – Messrs. John James
April 10, 1896 The directors of the Everton Football Club Company, Limited, last evening gave a dinner at the Alexandra Hotel, Dale Street, Mr. W.R.
Saturday, February 22 – 1896 Everton, the Liverpool Echo says have secured Davie McDonald, an exceedingly promising forward. McDonald was one of those players who
June 21, 1895 A special meeting of the shareholders of the Everton Football Club Company, Limited, was held in the Picton Hall last evening for
June 5, 1895 The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Everton Football Club Company, Limited, was held in the Picton Lecture Hall last evening,
May 20, 1895 The Football League held their annual meeting yesterday, at the Old Boar’s Head, Manchester, when there was a large attendance. Prior to
March 22, 1895 A meeting of the shareholders of the Everton Football Club Company, Limited, was held last evening, in the Picton Lecture Hall, Mr.
May 26, 1894 The annual meeting of the Lancashire Football Association was held at the Alexandra Hotel, Dale Street, on Saturday. Mr. W. Forrest, president,
November 14, 1893 A meeting of the County Palatine League was held at the Saddle Inn, Bolton, yesterday. A proposal to pool all gates was
June 8, 1893 The annual general meeting of the Liverpool and District Football Association was held at the Neptune Hotel, Clayton-square last evening, for the
April 22, 1893 Quick note: “There is no doubt that the Liverpool men deserved the victory, and on the play the margin should have been
August 1, 1892 (Source: Athletic News: August 1, 1892) Advertisement, Everton, amateur, athletic, sports, Police Athletic Ground, Fairfield, H.P. Ellis, Richard Molyneux, William Calyton, 20
May 17, 1892 The annual meeting of the members of the Everton Football Club was held last evening in the Presbyterian School-Royal Street, Everton valley.
April 25, 1892 The dispute that has been going on between the rival sections at Everton was definitely settled at a meeting of the English
February 26, 1892 An important meeting of the Football League was held at the Royal Hotel, Manchester, Friday evening. Permission was granted to Everton to
February 2, 1892 At a meeting of the Everton Football Club at which Mr. William Jackson presided, there were present Dr James Baxter, Messrs. Atkinson,
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
May 15, 1891 The annual meeting of the club was held last night at College Hall, Shaw Street, there being a large number of members