Thursday, December 30 – 1897 Liverpool’s telegraphic facilities are apparently very poor. A deputation waited upon the Postmaster-General yesterday to urge the acceleration of messages
Friday, March 22 – 1963 Mrs. Mirabelle Topham, who asked Liverpool Football Club to delay the kick off of their Cup tie with West Ham
Wednesday, August 23 – 1933 On another page is a yarn from my pen mainly about old-time Pompey footballers, and there is a photograph of
April 10, 1915 Alick Raisbeck’s Perpetual Dread. The narrowest escape I have ever had. Alex Raisbeck tells of exciting incident in his Hibernian career. His
Thursday, January 15 – 1914 The arbitration case in which Messrs. J. Parr, Emmet and Partners, Ltd., contractors, of Liverpool, claim a progress payment from
November 28, 1910 William Cringan, who made his first appearance with Sunderland, on Saturday, is only 19 years of age, and signed for the club
December 31, 1906 Liverpool is suffering severely from the telegraphic and telephonic breakdown as a result of the heavy snowfalls. The eleven trunk telephone-wires between
December 29, 1906 An inquest was held at Liverpool on Saturday on Colonel Robert de Geiman, Russian Consul at Liverpool, who committed suicide in a
September 19, 1905 A Liverpool telegram states that Harry Griffiths, of Wednesbury, has signed on for Liverpool. (Western Times: September 19, 1905)
September 16, 1905 A telegram from Stoke-on-Trent says that James Bradley, the well-known left half back of the Stoke team, has signed for Liverpool. (Liverpool
Saturday, October 7 – 1899 Liverpool hav esecured a new centre forward. Ah! Ah! Who said we couldn’t find one? His name is Hunter; no
February 1, 1897 The replayed Lancashire Cup tie between Liverpool and the Bolton Wanderers was arranged to take place at Burnden Park, Bolton, Monday afternoon.
May 31, 1893 A telegram; “Liverpool make application to the Second Division of the League”, signed by William Barclay, left Liverpool for London Wednesday morning.