CATER, James

James Cater

Succeeded John Nicol Crombie December 1871
Succeeded by Clarke Bros July 1873

Succeeded George Elgin Page, 256 Queen Street, Auckland December 1873
Succeeded by George Redfern May 1874

 Queen Street, Auckland
December 1871 to July 1873

Mr. Crombie, the photographer, notifies that he has disposed of his business to Mr. Cater, who will in future carry it on under the same management.
New Zealand Herald, Volume VIII, Issue 2453, 5 December 1871

 Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVII, Issue 4473, 27 December 1871

We observe that Mr Cater, photographer, Queen-street, has taken a very excellent portrait of the new mail steamer Dakota, as she lay in the harbour previous to departure.
Auckland Star, Volume IV, Issue 903, 29 January 1873

The passengers by the ship Warwick, from London to this port on her last trip, yesterday presented Captain Skinner with a photograph of themselves and officers of the ship, grouped together on the deck of the Warwick. The photographs were taken by Mr. Cater.
Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXIX, Issue 4838, 27 February 1873

New Zealand Herald, Volume X, Issue 3643, 15 July 1873

New Zealand Herald, Volume X, Issue 3691, 9 September 1873


 above cdv courtesy of The Laurence Eagle Collection

256 Queen Street, Auckland
 opposite New Market House
December 1873 to May 1874

Auckland Star, Volume IV, Issue 1203, 1 December 1873

Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXX, Issue 5209, 2 May 1874

It is not known if James Cater the chemist is the same person as James Cater the photographer.

Mr. James Cater, who was in business as a chemist in Hobson-street for many years, died at Grey Lynn on Monday.
Auckland Star, Volume XLII, Issue 261, 2 November 1911

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