Elections to the Liverpool School Board were held on Saturday 17 November 1894.

There were twenty-two candidates for the fifteen Board member positions.

Each voter had fifteen votes to cast.

After the election, the composition of the School Board was:

Allegiance Members   ±   Votes
Church of England 6 +1 281,142
Catholic 6 0 140,620
Progressive 2 +2 87,944
Weslyan 1 0 25,766
Labour 0 11,190
Independent 0 4,517
Socialist 0 2,906
Total Votes cast 554,085
Electorate 76,303
Turnout 48%

* - Retiring board member seeking re-election

Elected

Allegiance Name Votes
Church of England Rev. W.J. Adams 67,301
Church of England Lieut-Col. G. H. Morrison J.P. 52,061
Church of England Rev. F.R. Tyrer MA 46,435
Church of England Rev. Canon Dyson Rycroft * 44,758
Church of England Rev. Canon Major Lester * 41,959
Catholic Michael Fitzpatrick * 30,517
Progressive Miss Anne Jane Davies * 24,321
Catholic Charles McArdle * 28,427
Weslyan William Culton J.P. 25,766
Catholic W.J. Sparrow * 28,628
Catholic Richard Yates * 27,195
Catholic Augustine Watts MA 27,097
Church of England Wm. F. Blaxter MA 36,201
Catholic John Hand * 27,183
Progressive T.C. Ryley * 18,232

Not Elected

Progressive W. Dent-Dent MA J.P. 15,242
Independenr Robert F. Finlay 2,290
Socialist Joseph Goodman 2,906
Independent Gustav Morris 2,227
Progressive W.C. Rawlins C.E. 14,724
Labour Samuel Reeves 11,190
Progressive William Rowlandson C.E. 15,425

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References

  1. ^ Liverpool Daily Post Monday 19 November 1894