Letter from	To the Chairman & members in Meeting assembled Oct 12th.
Mr. Houlding	"Mr. John Orrell has given me notice that he intend to exercise his
read to the	right to make the road on the North side of the Football Field
members		one half viz 18 feet of the breadth of which must be contributed
		out of my land and one half out of his. The enclosure & Stands
		which have been erected on sufferance by private subscription
		extend over the 18 feet to be contributed by me and I am required
		by Mr. Orrell to remove them forthwith.
		Under these circumstances it is with extreme regret that I am
		compelled to give you notice which I hereby do that you
		must give up possession of the piece of land situate between
		Anfield Rd. and Walton Breck Road used as a Football
		Ground with the approaches thereto after the close of the present
		Season viz. April 30th 1892.
		This is the date of commencement of your occupation; but if it
		should appear that there is any doubt about this, you will
		understand that this notice applies to the expiration of the
		current year of your occupation whenever it may be.
P. S.		As according to rule all finance & property of the Club is
		vested absolutely in the Committee, I will take an early
		opportunity of meeting to members to arrange about Stands
		& other property on the ground.
					Signed	John Houlding

		The Meeting closed with a vote of thanks to the Chairman
		for presiding.

18 Standen Whiteside Linaker was considered for membership of the Club.
39 It was agreed to pay £10.00 to F Geary as a wedding present.
43 It was agreed that the Combination Team should be offered 2 guineas and a gold medal each if they got the championship.
51 Resolved that the silver medals to Everton Team from the previous season should be presented on 24 Oct.
72 Gordon appeared before the Committee and promised to abstain from drink in the future.
74 Call on players “to pay strict and special attention to training … and not to go skating on the ice.”
98 Resolved that a turnstile book be kept.
107 Resolved that 13 medals be purchased @ 24/- from Vaughton’s
112 Fred Geary was asked to look for employment outside a public house