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Hazell and Moore, Sydney Motorcycle Dealers

Hazell & Moore Ltd, Sydney 1929

Triumph Motorcycle Club outside Hazell & Moore Ltd, Sydney in 1929. 36 Campell St, Haymarket, midway between Omodies and Wentworth Avenue. Courtesy Howard Burrows

Hazell and Moore

The motor-cyclist or the prospective motor-cyclist will be delighted by the exhibit of Hazell and Moore, Ltd., in the motor section at Newcastle Show. There are displayed 1936 models of Indian, Triumph, Norton and Panther motor cycles.

A feature is being made of the special international racing Norton, as used by Mr. J. Pringle, who has represented Australia on several occasions in the Isle of Man T.T. races, and who recently won the Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island, Victoria, his speed being 84.5 m.p.h. Mr. Pringle is in attendance at the stand.

A complete range of Triumph models is displayed, prices ranging from £75. These machines can he purchased on terms, ranging from £20 deposit and 15/ weekly. An interesting Indian motor-cycle is the Y. model, which is a replica of the motor cycle used by the American police for patrol work.

The unorthodox design of the Panther motor-cycle still attracts attention, and the machine is becoming more popular. Hazel and Moore are also displaying a full range of Malvern Star, B.S.A. bicycles.

36-38 Campell St, Sydney.
328-330 Hunter St. West, Newcastle.

Trove NLA Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate Fri 28 February 1936, Page 6