- Saturday 19 May 1900 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club, in honour of three guests from Australia; Mr. Barton, Mr. Dickson, and Sir P. Fysh. Speaker: The Rt. Hon. John Morley MP. (Lion Hotel)
- General election. The Liberals did not put up a candidate in Cambridge, and the Unionists held the seat unopposed.
- Saturday 24 November 1900 – Augustine Birrell QC MP.
- Saturday 11 May 1901 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: The Rt. Hon. H.H. Asquith KC MP, former Home Secretary, on the Education Bill, and the government’s excessive expenditure, followed by William Robson KC MP, and Edwin Montagu on ‘the relative position of the undergraduate’. Other guests included G.M. Trevelyan, Lord O’Hagan, and Lord Haddo.(University Arms Hotel)
- Friday 6 December 1901 – Herbert Paul, former MP.
- Friday 9 May 1902 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speakers: Sir Edward Grey Bt MP, former Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and John Fletcher Moulton KC MP.
- Saturday 23 May 1903 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: David Lloyd George MP. Other speakers included Lord O’Hagan. (University Arms Hotel)
- Monday 25 May 1903 – The Rt. Hon. H.H. Asquith KC MP.
- Thursday 12 May 1904 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Richard Haldane KC MP, with Herbert Paul, former MP chairing.
- Tuesday 1 November 1904 – Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Indian nationalist leader and mentor of Gandhi. (Christ’s)
- Friday 24 February 1905 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: John Fletcher Moulton KC MP, on ‘Government by cabinet’. Other speakers were H.J. Tennant MP, and John Maynard Keynes. (Lion Hotel)
- Tuesday 28 November 1905 – Lord Edmond FitzMaurice MP, former Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
- General election campaign, during which Cambridge University Liberal Club organised over 100 meetings in the constituency. Stanley Buckmaster was elected Liberal MP for Cambridge by 308 votes, taking the seat from the Unionists. He polled 4,232 votes (51.9%).
- Saturday 10 March 1906 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: Rufus Isaacs KC MP. Other speakers were four newly-elected, Cambridge-educated Members of Parliament: George Peabody Gooch MP, Edwin Montagu MP, the Hon. Geoffrey Howard MP, and Granville George Gooch MP. (Bull Hotel)
- Thursday 7 March 1907 – Annual public meeting, with Henry Vivian MP (Lib-Lab), and Edwin Montagu MP presiding.
- Saturday 11 May 1907 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Robert Crewe-Milnes, 1st Earl of Crewe, Lord President of the Council, with a speech by Stanley Buckmaster MP.
- Friday 22 November 1907 – Bertrand Russell, Fellow of Trinity and former Secretary of CU Liberal Club, on women’s suffrage.
- Friday 29 November 1907 – John Edward Sears MP.
- Saturday 1 February 1908 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: Dr. Thomas Macnamara MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Local Government Board, on the government’s programme, and Free Trade. Other guests included F.T. Cobbold MP, Edwin Montagu MP, Oscar Browning MA, George Toulmin MP, and Professor Strahan. (Masonic Hall)
- Thursday 5 November 1908 – R.C. Lehmann MP, writer, on the ‘Land Question’, and unemployment.
- Thursday 12 November 1908 – Mrs. H.J. Tennant, on ‘Unemployment and the land’.
- Thursday 26 November 1908 – Joint meeting with the Cambridge University Fabian Society, chaired by Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson, Fellow of King’s.
- Friday 11 December 1908 – Josiah C. Wedgwood MP, on ‘The taxation of land values’.
- Friday 5 February 1909 – Alfred Isaac Tillyard, former Mayor of Cambridge, on ‘University reform’.
- Wednesday 10 February 1909 – The society votes to admit women as full members for the first time.
- Friday 19 February 1909 – Charles James O’Donnell MP, former colonial administrator, on ‘The present position in India’.
- Friday 5 March 1909 – Dinner for the Rt. Hon. Augustine Birrell QC MP, Chief Secretary for Ireland, with Dr Thomas Bateman Napier MP, and William Jones MP.
- Friday 30 April 1909 – Joint annual dinner with the Eighty Club. Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Robert Crewe-Milnes, 1st Earl of Crewe KG, Secretary of State for the Colonies, on the constitutional crisis over the budget and the House of Lords’ veto. (Red Lion Hotel)
- Saturday 1 May 1909 – R.C. Hawkin, on ‘the South African constitution.’
- Friday 19 November 1909 – The Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph West Ridgeway, former Governor of Ceylon, on ‘Liberalism and the Empire’.