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Havelock Motorcycles

Manufactured by James Bilyard, The Havelock Cycle & MotorWorks, 141 Elizabeth Street, Hobart, 1904-1910
Fitted with Sarolea engines of 2¾ h.p. to 7 h.p.
In 1915 Bilyard was listed as a Triumph agent, and later he partnered with James D. King (aka Sim King) of Launceston to import Triumph and BSA, and the firm became Bilyard and King with stores in both cities. They produced motorcycles name "Bilyard & King" around 1924.

3 H.P. Havelock Motor, first-class order,
Complete as new. Stock £40.
Motor and Cycle Accessories just received.

Daily Post (Hobart, Tas.) Fri 30 Apr 1909

Sources: Simon Fleming, Trove NLA.

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