John Davidson



1902,  1910,  1914,  1915,  1916,  1917,  1918,  1919


1912,  1920,  1921,  1929

  Reply to the Toast  “The Lasses”   1898

Proposer of the Toast  “Commercial Interests of the District”  1909

Proposer of the Toast  “The Navy & The Army” or “Imperial Forces”  1910,  1912

Proposer of the Toast  “Absent Friends”  1911

Proposer of the Toast  “New Members”  1914,  1928

Proposer of the Toast  “Kindred Clubs”  1920

Proposer of the Toast  “The Chairman”  1920

Proposer of the Toast  “The Chairman”  1921,  1930,  1932

Reply to the Toast  “The Lasses”   1921

Proposer of the Toast  “The Lasses”  1926

Proposer of the Toast  “The Croupiers”  1927

Served on the Club Committee

1902,  1917,  1918,  1919,  1920,  1921,   1929,  1930,  1931,  1932

Became a member of ‘Let it Blaw’   c.1895

Described in Club Records as a “Chauffeur Driver from Currie.” In the minute of the Committee Meeting on 16th December 1921, the following was recorded : “A letter of apology for absence was sent from Mr John Davidson who had recently met with a severe motor accident. The meeting was pleased to hear he was now recovering; though slowly !”

John was one of those individuals willing and able to keep the Club in operation during the years of World War I when little more than an AGM took place each year.