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Blue Bell Motorcycles of Shepparton

Manufactured by Blue Bell and Hummer Cycle Works, 1915.

Located in Wyndham Street, Shepparton, the business was established by H. Canet as a bicycle repairer and manufacturer, advertising in 1912 that stove enamelling and lathe work was done on the promises. They also sold A.N.A. sewing machines - this may have been the A.N.A. motorcycle firm of North Carlton.


At the Blue-Bell and Hummer Cycle Works, Wyndham-street, Mr H. Canet has a large stock of machines on hand. Besides using all genuine parts, Mr. Canet puts special strengthening pieces into the main bars and front forks. Strength, stability, reliability, complete satisfaction are the watchwords of this establishment.

Shepparton Advertiser, Thu 16 Dec 1915 (Trove NLA)

Notice of Removal!


Of the Blue Bell Cycle Works has bought Mr. N. EUNSON'S Rose Motor and Cycle Business, and will now carry on both businesses in the premises lately occupied by Mr. N. A. Eunson.

Rose, Precision & Peerless Motors

Supplied in Junior Two Stroke 3½ h.p. and Big 4 Singles. 3½, 4½, 6, and 8 h.p. Twins.
Call and Inspect before purchasing elsewhere.

Rose and Blue Bell Cycles built to order from £6 10s.
Fully Guaranteed.

BIG STOCK of both MOTOR & CYCLE ACCESSORIES. TYRES PETROL, Etc., always kept on hand,
REPAIRS of every description, including Lathe Work and Stove
Enamelling done on the Premises.

H. CANET'S Rose and Blue Bell Motor & Cycle Works
Wyndham-street, Shepparton (Opp. M. T. M'Alpine's Store.)
Phone 94.

Goulburn Valley Stock and Property Journal, Wed 29 Nov 1916 (Trove NLA)

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