November 10, 1892
A well-attended meeting of the Lancashire League Committee was held at the Spread Eagle Hotel, Manchester, last night, Mr. Alderman Bickerstaffe presiding.
Mr. Clegg’s motion as to the control of leagues by the Football Association was fully discussed, but no definite action was decided upon, the matter being held over until after the conference in Manchester on the 18th inst., and the chairman and secretary were appointed a deputation to attend the same.
The time for commencing league matches for November, after the 12th, was fixed at 2.45, and during December and January, was fixed at 2.30. Permission was given Blackpool and West Manchester to reverse the grounds in their league matches on December 3 and January 7.
(Manchester Courier: November 10, 1892)