Hall 1905-1906 (Sydney)
Hallam - Tazewell and Hallam, 1898-1912
Manufactured by Hartley Brothers Co, Mitchell Street, Bendigo 1906-1911
HARTLEY BROS., Cycle and Motor Builders, Arcade: Bendigo and Eaglehawk.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) Tue 30 Aug 1904
HARTLEY BROS,, Mitchell Street; And High Street, Eaglehawk.
The Bendigo Independent Tue 17 Mar 1914
Full Range of INDIAN MOTOR CYCLES On View at Our MITCHELL STREET SHOWROOMS
The Bendigo Independent, Wed 25 Apr 1917
Source: Trove NLA
See also Empire Precision, above
Havelock by Bilyard of Hobart.
Manufactured by Harry Jackson, 163 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne, 1908~1927.
Numerous engines were fitted, including Coventry Victor, JAP, Precision, Villiers, LMC, Sarolea and Motosacoche.
In 1916 Jackson offered the Hercules with JAP 4 h.p., Precision 4½ h.p. and Precision Junior, LMC 4 h.p., Villiers 3½ h.p., Sarolea 6 h.p. 3 speed, in addition to the "colonial" engine.
For 1919 they offered a Hercules "Sparke De Luxe 7 x 9 H.P."
A Hercules sidecar chassis was available from Jackson's in 1917.
...Mr Jackson's representative on a motor cycle, the Hercules, rode over a mile, but as the track would not carry pace he could not attempt record breaking...
Mornington and Dromana Standard (Vic.) Sat 24 Oct 1908
HERCULES KING MOTORCYCLE, 2½-h.p.
built to order, colonial engine; £30 complete, £32 terms,
163 Queensberry St., North Melbourne.
HERCULES KING MOTOR has Bosch magneto,
Druids forks, A.M.A.C. or B. and B. carburetter, Brooks saddle, Dunlop tyres.
The Argus, Wed 30 Aug 1916
Originally from NSW, in 2014 Hunter Motorcycles was purchased by Hunter distributor Ben Namnik and moved to Victoria Park, Perth, Western Australia. The firm sells learner-legal machines with custom styling along with larger custom tourers.
Sources: Wikipedia, et al
Hunwick-Hallam & Hunwick-Harrop
First presented in 1997 as the Hunwick Hallam, the impressive V-Twin had cruiser and sports versions. Hunwick was a prominent Sydney Suzuki dealer with branches in Wentworth Ave and Parramatta (Action Motorcycles). Thomas F. Hallam (Hallam Cycle & Motor Co, Hobart, founded 1898) was the grandfather of Frank Hallam, designer of the F1 Repco engines which propelled Jack Brabham to Grand Prix world championships 1966-1968, and great-grandfather of Paul Hallam, co-founder of Hunwick Hallam.
Later the marque became the Hunwick-Harrop, which ceased operations sometime before March 2001.