John Falconer, British Library
A Biographical Dictionary of 19th Century Photographers in South and South-East Asia
Opened studio in 1862.
Mr W.H. HONISS, Photographer, late of Oxford Street, London, begs to inform the ladies, gentlemen, and residents here of his arrival, and that he is prepared to take photographs daily, from 8 A.M. to 5 P.M., at his residence Orchard Road No. 18, as his stay will be only for a short period; he has reduced his charges to less than half the usual cost to ensure early orders, and to be able to meet the requisitions of all classes.
CHARGES – according to size and quality of frames from one dollar upwards.
Portraits taken in brooches, lockets and rings.
Singapore, 20th June 1862
- Λ Straits Times, 26 July 1862.