At some point you have installed or updated a “LiquidCrystal” library in your sketchbook/libraries area.
1.x Print class returns a status for write() while pre 1.x was a void.
One (IDE or library) is pre 1.x and one is post 1.0 and the two are incompatible.
You can see the issue in the error messages.
When the Arduino team went from the 1.0 release candidate to the official release (without ever doing another beta or even test release) they slipped in some changes that broke 100% of all 3rd party libraries.
This was a disaster and we are still seeing issues related to this 5 years later.
At this point you are in a situation where some of the code is pre 1.x and some is post 1.0
My recommendation is to go ahead and bite the bullet now and get all your code up to 1.x you will be way better off in the long run.
It sounds scary but it isn’t that bad.
You may have a few older pre 1.x libraries laying around that you are using but there are likely updated versions for 1.x (that may even support both pre 1.x and 1.x) and if not, the changes to make them work on 1.x IDEs are very minor and we can walk you through them.
remove the LiquidCrystal library in your sketchbook/libraries directory.
You will have to do this manually as the Arduino team won’t provide a way to do it from the IDE GUI.
All versions of the IDE come with a LiquidCrystal library that works with Arduino pins.
If for some reason you really do need another LiquidCrystal library (like maybe you need/want backlight control), there are other LCD libraries that you can install.
And we (or at least I) can help you through that issue as well.
install a newer IDE
1.0.5 is REALLY old and many updates, bug fixes, and great new capabilities and features have been added in the just about 3 years since 1.0.5-r2 came out.
Lots of bugs, library APIs, and GUI features have been worked out in the mean time.
I would suggest that you jump right to the latest IDE (1.8.0) or at least an IDE that 1.6.10 or newer.
In this case the latest IDE will be much better than the 1.0.05-r2 IDE you have.
The newer 1.6x IDEs are just so much better than the older 1.0x IDEs and have a library manager that allow you to install or update 3rd party libraries straight from the GUI.