Fischer and Hardy




Fischer and Hardy
Timaru
April 1899 to  January 1900

This photographic studio operated in Timaru next to Club Hotel for nine months.

Timaru Herald, Volume LXII, Issue 2938, 29 April 1899



Messrs Fischer and Hardy have in their show window two excellently clear photographs of the wreck of the Elginshire, showing the two sides separately. The port side view shows the snapped-off bow lying to the left some distance away from the rest of the hull, the deck tilted to the southward. This mass must have needed a great force to move it bodily so far. It is odd that the bow was not canted the other way, deck to north.
Timaru Herald, Volume LXII, Issue 3120, 28 November 1899



Timaru Herald, Volume LXIV, Issue 3162, 17 January 1900



 John Carter Cullmann
photographed by Fischer and Hardy, Timaru
September 13, 1899






Index - here




All newspaper articles and advertisements are from Papers Past - National Library of New Zealand or 
Trove - National Library of Australia unless otherwise stated.


Photographer's negatives - the most common question I am asked relates to the current location of photographer's negatives - see this post. 

I'm not able to provide any information about photographers other than that on this site.  I'm am also not able to date photographs or assist you in identifying people in photographs you may have.  I am unable to assist in locating the current location of business records of any photographer.

I recommend the Auckland City Library's website for more information about New Zealand photographers -  http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/photographers/basic_search.htm


Links - here



unknown photographer





Joseph Webb of Waihi Gorge, Woodbury, Canterbury
by Rangatira Studios Ltd.
Portrait painted by Mavis Hamilton, Pages Road, Christchurch






HAWKINS, Frederick George



Frederick George Hawkins




West Coast Times, Issue 1266, 13 October 1869
 
 
 
Kumara Times, Issue 419, 29 January 1878


Kumara Times, Issue 471, 30 March 1878

CAMERON, Alexander


Alexander Cameron
born circa 1831
died 11 July 1887 at Ross aged 56 years, registered 1887/3768.


Wise's Directory for 1878-79 
Cameron, Alex., Kumara, Westland 

Wise's Directory for 1880-81 
Cameron Alexander, Kumara, Westland 



Kumara Times, Issue 397, 3 January 1878

Mr Cameron, photographer, Seddon street, succeeded in taking a capital view of the scene at the corner of Main and Seddon streets at the time when the Town Clerk was reading the address to Sir George Grey. Most of the figures come out with remarkable clearness, and as the copies of the picture are to be had at a reasonable price, doubtless many of those who witnessed the interesting ceremony will secure mementoes of it. 
Kumara Times, Issue 445, 28 February 1878


refer:
 http://westcoast.recollect.co.nz/nodes/view/1436 

We have been shewn by Mr Cameron, photographer, Seddon street, a capitally executed photograph of the entrance to the Skipper's Claim, shewing the miners standing at the mouth of the drive. Mr Cameron is making a specialty of this kind of work, and is very successful in producing good pictures. 
Kumara Times, Issue 530, 8 June 1878


 Donneley's Creek Bridge, Ross
by Alexander Cameron, Photographer, Ross
photograph courtesy of Smith's Bookshop Tannery Emporium, 3 Garlands Road, Woolston, Christchurch 8023.
[Donnellys Creek Bridge]

 Elevator Workings. Ross United Gold Mining Co.
by Alexander Cameron, Photographer, Ross
photograph courtesy of Smith's Bookshop Tannery Emporium, 3 Garlands Road, Woolston, Christchurch 8023.

 Prince of Wales Gold Mine Co. by Alexander Cameron, Photographer, Ross
photograph courtesy of Smith's Bookshop Tannery Emporium, 3 Garlands Road, Woolston, Christchurch 8023.


 Kumara Times, Issue 647, 24 October 1878
(this notice continued in the Kumara Times until 13 December 1878)


Kumara Times, Issue 741, 13 February 1879

Mr A. Cameron, photographer, notifies elsewhere that he will return to this town next week, when he will be prepared to execute all orders in photography with which he may be favored. 
Kumara Times, Issue 996, 9 December 1879


Kumara Times, Issue 998, 11 December 1879
(this notice first appeared in the Kumara Times on 9 December 1879 and until 20 December 1879)




Kumara Times, Issue 1020, 8 January 1880
(this notice first appeared in the Kumara Times on 27 December 1879 and continued until 8 January 1880) 





Grey River Argus, Volume XXXV, Issue 5944, 12 July 1887

 
Awfully Sudden Death.
Ross, July 11.
Alexander Cameron, commission agent, died suddenly at about four o'clock this afternoon. While sitting in the blacksmith shop of Mr Sim be complained of headache and gripe, and was noticed to fall back suddenly. He was at once laid on the floor, where he immediately expired. Dr. Brittan was called, and pronounced life extinct. The body lies in the Totara Hall, awaiting an in inquest.
West Coast Times, Issue 6542, 12 July 1887


Bush Life



Bush Life

 Axemen's Camp



 The Birth of a Bush Settlement - At the Saw Mill
postcard by Harding and Billings




 The Changing Stables, Buller Gorge, NZ
Gold Medal Series, Fergusson Limited, no. 954


Mahinapua Creek, West Coast, N.Z.
Muir and Moodie


 Bullocks at Work, Matatoke Viaduct, NZ
F.T. Series No. 2231A
photo by Alfred George Tibbutt
reverse message dated 1 June 1908


Ruapehu from top Makatote Rd, NZ
F.T. Series No 2234A


Bush Camp, N.Z.
F.T. Glossine Series no. 2588A
"Dear Dorothy, this is picture of bush life in New Zealand some of the scenery is very pretty and the ferns grow like palm trees as you can see by the card, with lots of kisses from Papa"



Camp Life New Zealand Bush no. 11
W Beattie & Co. Fine Art Publishers, Auckland, N.Z.
The "Moa" Series
"Dear Dorothy, Papa sends love and hopes you are allright (sic), these cards are pretty and shew the New Zealand Bush, I will get some views of Auckland soon and send with lots of kisses from Papa"


Hamurana Spring, Rotorua, N.Z.
 F.T. Glossine Series no. 2494A


Country Life



May and Co.



May and Co
.
Walter Thomas Henry May
born circa 1863 Littleton, Wiltshire, England
son of Anne and Thomas S. May
married Elizabeth Maria Foot, England
(Free BDM Marriages Sep 1883 Barton R.6a 292)

1871 census - aged 8 scholar at 16 Temple Street, Bristol father watch and clock manufacturer.
1881 census - aged 18 Artist (illegible word "in"?) Photographe-, 45 Barrow Lane, Bristol.
1890 - Christchurch Electoral Roll - Walter Thomas Henry May, 48 Peterborough Street, Christchurch, New Zealand Photographer. no. 3793

issue:
1885/10491 Violet Rose Annie May born New Zealand
1890/11604 Ernest Charles Henry May born New Zealand






Star, Issue 4864, 1 December 1883, Page 2a


Star, Issue 4967, 3 April 1884, Page 2