April 5, 1945 Lime Street, Liverpool, was originally called Limekiln Lane, after a lime works which stood on the site of the present railway station.
August 30, 1941 Liverpool is a great “organ” city, and in St. George’s Hall and the Cathedral has two of the world’s finest modern organs;
August 6, 1939 Back from camp. City’s welcome to the Territorial. Tributes to the new units’ efficiency. Memories of another August day twenty-five years ago
January 23, 1905 An important step in the history of the Liverpool Football Club was taken yesterday. At the Lancashire Court of Chancery, St. George’s
April 27, 1903 Frank Patterson was, at Liverpool, yesterday, sentenced to four months, Thomas Patterson to three months, David Dunn to three months and 14
February 11, 1897 Some years ago the citizens of Liverpool hit upon a merry method of making money and a noble way of spending them.
January 5, 1893 At the Liverpool Court of Passage, sitting in St. George’s Hall, yesterday, Mr. T.H. Baylis, Q.C., assessor and a special jury, heard
December 3, 1892 Mr Gladstone was on Saturday presented with the freedom of Liverpool. Accompanied by Mrs Gladstone he travelled from Hawarden to Chester, and
April 11, 1892 Yesterday, at the Chancery Court, St George’s hall, the vice-chancellor (Mr F.W.Taylor) had before him a motion – Houlding v Mahon and
August 9, 1870 This suit, which came on for hearing yesterday, before Vice-Chancellor Wickens, at St. George’s hall, was instituted for the administration of the
December 3, 1853 In our metropolis there is an old piece of City-gossip – that, should a son be born to the Lord Mayor during