GW Gray & Co. were general merchants, forwarding agents, share-brokers and auctioneers. The business was established on lot 25 Edward Street (The Esplanade) on a leased site.
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GW Gray & Co. became the agents for I.J.Cohn in May 1896, who operated Cobb & Co coaches, with the Esperance operation being managed by Kidman and Nicolls. George Gray also won the weekly mail contract to Dundas and Norseman in April the same year.
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