DANIEL H. CUNNINGHAM
77, Yonge Street, later, 169, King street East, Toronto
D. Cunningham, Toronto, is financially embarrassed.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 23rd September 1891
Another Failure on Yonge St.
Toronto, Ont., Dec. 23.—Another Yonge Street jeweler has become financially embarrassed and been forced to make an assignment. The insolvent this time is Daniel H. Cunningham, 77 Yonge St., and Campbell & May are the assignees.
The reasons given for the failure are dullness of trade and general tightness of the money market. A meeting of creditors has been called for Monday next, when it is expected that the statement prepared will show a fair surplus.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 30th December 1891
One of the most enterprising business men in the jewelery trade in Toronto is Mr. D. H. Cunningham, importer of diamonds, watches and jewelery, and manufacturing jeweler. This business was established in 1863 by Mr. Geo. Hodgins, at 77 Yonge street, from whom he purchased it, and recently removed to the premises now occupied at 169 King street east. Mr. Cunningham carries a large and valuable assortment of goods, including, besides elegant fashionable jewelery and diamonds, English, American, and Swiss watches, sterling silverware, etc. He also manufactures jewelery for the trade and to order, and gives his personal attention to fine watch repairing. Mr. Cunningham is moderate in his prices, and is a gentleman in whom the most implicit confidence may be placed. He is a native Canadian, a watchmaker and jeweler of ten years experience and has resided in Toronto since 1887.
Source: Toronto Illustrated - 1893