The railway siding in Crows Nest.
The local newspaper the “Crows Nest Record” of July 5, 1907, showed Ray’s selling diversity: - a buckboard buggy and double set of buggy harness, a Belling piano (a bargain - cost £53 - will sell for £38), a Bunyip Forest Devil and a Dover stove were advertised. Ray White’s success grew and he added land sales to his repertoire. Ray’s first important land sale was advertised as “Twelve grand building sites on the Nokomis Estate! A sound investment, well-situated. For sale by Public Auction on 7th December 1907”. 6 The History of Ray White
Ray White history