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Information courtesy Dean Smallcombe, via Early Motorcycle Literature.
Company changes hands, 9th March 1921
NOTICE is hereby given, that the PARTNERSHIP heretofore subsisting between Stanley John Samuel Pascoe and Harry Aaron Goldman, carrying on business as vendors of motor cycles and accessories at Number 242 Elizabeth street, Melbourne, under the style or firm of CON McCRAE and PASCOE, has been DISSOLVED by mutual consent as from the ninth day of March, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-one. All debts owing to the late firm will be received by the said Stanley John Samuel Pascoe and Harry Aaron Goldman. The said business will, from that date, be carried on under the same firm name by the said Harry Aaron Goldman and Frances Elizabeth Dillon.
Dated the 30th day of May, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-one.
STANLEY JOHN SAMUEL PASCOE. HARRY A. GOLDMAN.
All-British Motor Show
The Argus, Wed 16 Jul 1924, Page 11
Mcray and Pascoe 242 Elizabeth Street, show on stand No. 39 solo models of the Norton machines of 3½ hp, for touring and speed work, also a colonial type with a more massive frame, of 3½ h p, with all all-chain drive, find well suited to Australian conditions. There is a larger model - the Big 4 - really a 6hp mount - for sidecar use, while the "Baby" Velocette with 2½ h p , two-stroke engine, completes the display.
Note that there is no mention of the Pasco motorcycle.
More on the Melbourne Motor Show 1924
At the 1925 show in May the firm, under the name Pasco Motors, displayed James, Diamond-Villiers and Cotton Blackburne motorcycles.