Everton Independent Research Data


Athletic News - Monday 04 June 1906
The Everton football team, the directors, of the club, and other friends paid a visit, to London and Epsom Last week. The party numbered 41. They must have gone to Epsom to see where the "Salts" come from. Everton have signed a new centre forward named Dorward. His name rhymes with his rank, and his Christian appellation is William. He has appealed as the pivot for Dundee and Montrose, and Everton have high hopes of his future.
With regard to the proposed public testimonial in Liverpool to recognise the success of the Everton F.C. in winning the Association Cup,  Mr. T. H. Jackson, the hon. secretary of the movement, has been referred to the previous decision of the Council that only medals may be given.

Athletic News - Monday 04 June 1906
We regret to hear that Mr. Richard Molyneux is so seriously ill that it has been decided to remove him from London to Liverpool.  

Hull Daily Mail -Friday 6 June 1906
A commission, consisting of Messrs J. C. Clegg, O. Crump, and J. J. Bentley, sat at Manchester yesterday, and for approaching a Crewe Alexandra player, named Robertson, suspended Mr Cuff, the secretary, and Elliott the trainer, of Everton. from Monday next until October. During that time neither official my receive remuneration from the club. The case occupied a couple of hours, a large number witnesses being tilled. Grimsby lodged a complaint that one of their players was struck leaving the ground after their match with Stoke, and that several were injured by stones thrown at their brake on the way the station.

Athletic News - Monday 11 June  1906
Mr. Richard Molyneux, who for thirteen years filled the position of secretary of the Everton club, died in Liverpool during the past week.  Since leaving Everton he has been with the Brentford F.C., as manager, but a few months ago he had a paralytic stroke which was the cause of his death.

Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Monday 11 June 1906
The death is announced of Mr. Richard Molyneux, who for many years occupied the position of secretary of the Everton Football Club.

Dundee Evening Telegraph -Thursday 21 June 1906
Raith Rovers have provided a surprise for their supporters. Negotiations have just been concluded with Chadwick, the English internationalist. Chadwick plays at inside left, and will great acquisition to the Kirkcaldy club, while his services coach will be invaluable. Last season he played for Glossop, but it was while the ranks of Everton that played for England against Scotland in 1891. '92, '93. '94, and 'O7, and Wales in 1891, and Ireland in 1896.


June 1906