POULTON, H.



H. Poulton


Mr H. Poulton directs public attention to his numerous photographs of private houses, family groups, &c, which are on exhibition in Tancred street. He is now making a short stay in Hokitika, and will be happy to receive orders at the low prices quoted by him, and guarantees satisfaction or seeks no payment.
West Coast Times, Issue 4588, 8 April 1884, Page 2


He arrived in Akaroa from Lyttelton on October 7 on the s.s. Akaroa.
Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume XI, Issue 963, 9 October 1885, Page 2


PHOTOGRAPHY.— Mr Poulton, a photographer, from Rangiora has opened a studio in a shop next to Mr Black's. His cases of portraits are well worth a look, and, as will be seen by advertisement, he proposes to remain in Akaroa for a month.
Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume XI, Issue 963, 9 October 1885, Page 2



Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume XI, Issue 963, 9 October 1885, Page 3





















Photography.— Mr Poulton, the photographer, who has recently taken up his residence amongst us, and opened a studio next to Mr Black's, has certainly made a most successful start. We have had photographers here before who could take good views, but whose likenesses were, to say the least of them, not first-rate.

Mr Poulton, however, makes portraits his speciality, as anyone paying him a visit can see. He has taken a good many Akaroa residents admirably, and when once they are seen we have no doubt he will be able to do what his skill thoroughly deserves — a large and satisfactory business. We strongly advise all residents and visitors from the Bays to visit Mr Poulton's studio, and see for themselves what excellent portraits he takes.
Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume XI, Issue 967, 23 October 1885, Page 2


Photography.— Many will be glad to learn that Mr Poulton intends remaining on the Peninsula till after grass seed. He intends visiting Little River shortly, where he will doubtless meet with the success his excellent work entitles him to.
Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume XII, Issue 997, 5 February 1886, Page 2


London Photo Company
Nelson
H. Poulton, Manager
























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