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HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1833.
w v SUPPLEMENT
. AN ARCTIC WONDER.
The latest ndviccs from Ounnlnskn,
which arrived by the steamer J9ow,
just down fjom that island,, contain
an interesting description of wonder
ful volcanic disturbances, which are
said to have occurred near there
lately. The information is contained
in part in a letter received by Dr. J.
II. Hatch of this city from his
daughter, Mrs. Frederick Smith, wife
of the Deputy Customs Collector
heated there. No other writtcu in
telligence has jrct been received,
neither the Sigual Service agent nor
the Geographical Society's corres
pondent having been heard from in
regard to the matter. The com
munication to Dr. Hatch bears date
of October lGth, and says that on
that day a most unusual sight was
witnessed in the heavens to the north
of Ounalaska and that soon after
ward the sky grew very dark, a
dense black cloud covering the whole
horizon and hanging so low as to
permit a close inspection of its com
position, though this could not be
made" out at that time. This cloud
and its general color and outline
were so unlike anything the writer
had ever seen before as to defy com
parison. The light of the sun was
complctly excluded trom that section,
many ascribing this to a total eclipse,
and others, seeing the cloud and ex
periencing a peculiar and very un
usual element of heat in the atmos
phere, thought the world was ap
proaching its end. Mr. Applcgate
of the Sigual station predicted a
heavy gale on the appearance of this
phenomenal cloud, but it was not
until it broke, which occurred half
an hour afterward, that its real nature
was discovered- On collapsing the
entire mass fell to the earth, envelop
ing everything to the depth of four or
five inches in a sheet of dull, gray
ashes. Its volcanic origin was soon
apparent, but there being no activo
volcano on the island and the only
mountain of any great extent, Maka
shin, 5474 feet in height, being close
at hand and showing no disturbance,
the eruption was thought to have taken
place at the island of Bogoslov
(God's land), thirty miles northwest
from Ounalaska. Reports had been
brought in from time to time during
the summer by natives of the "angry
mountain" of Bogoslov, and to this
volcano it would seem to have been
A VOLCANO-FORMED ISLAND.
Wishing to ascertain if any of the
nothem voyagers had witnessed a
phenomenon of tins kind, Captain
Hogus of the Dora was called on by
a Chronicle reporter Thursday after
noon, lie was found at an assay
office, he being an experimentalist
in this branch of science. m Laying
aside his blow-pipe and metal, the
Captain said in answer to the first
"Yes; I was at Bogoslov twice
during the post season and 1 did see
something most extraordinary. Sit
down and I'll tell 3rou all about it."
The reporter complied with the
request and the Captain went on ;
"When I say that I was at Bogo
slov you mst not take it for granted
that I landed there."
"Is it not a habitable island?"
asked the reporter.
"At certain seasons, perhaps, but
at the time I saw it there was nothing
visible there but a mass of flames
and' smoke, with pieces of redhot
rocks issuing from the great cone in
the center of the mass and great quan
tities pf lava running down to the
"How near did you approach?"
"I stood off about a mile and a
Iialf, not daring to Vbntme nearer.
It was tiio grandest scene x ivcv w
liessed aud I have been pretty n'ty
"How long did the eruption last?"
"I can't" exactly say as to that, as
I found tho cone in a disturbed con
dition and left it next day, still in
a state of eruption. I have learned
that it had been throwing out lava
for several weeks and that it had still
continued to do so up to the date of
my departure from Ounalaska. But
what was most remarkable and most
singular to behold was a new feature
which was then visible in tho scene.
A new island had Bprung up not far
distant from Bogoslov since my pre
vious voyage to that spot. At fiist
I could not believe my senses and
thought I had made a miscalculation
in taking my surrounding, but there
it was, a new island, with a cone
fahuped peak in tho center 500 to 000
feet high and lying only a short dis
tance from wheie wo stood, that
UoutJuucU.on iiuxl page.
A GIIOIGD GOLLEC2ION OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Laces, Embrdiclories, Saoliels, Faus, Tidies,
Children's DreBses, and a Splendid Stock of
Flowers, Feathers, Beaver Hats,
Etc., etc., just received per Mariposa, and now open for Inspection, nt
" A. M. MELLiS, : : : : : 104 Fort Street.
Store open till 8 p. m. during tho holidays.
The New Golden Rule Bazar !
sB cohht B
Store lately occupied by S. Magnin,
" on Hotel st., near Fort.
TIIE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
Toys, Fancy Goods, Toilet Sets, Vases,
Ever seen iix this ICixijrdowi.
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st. Telephone 74.
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE & EDWARDS, comer of
King and Nuuanu btrcets.
Fresh Groceiies by every steamer. Or
ders solicited, and goods dclivcied in
any pan of the city. 501 Oni b
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Eanges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stook and metals.
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
FOR SALE, a No. 2
W"arbiouse Feed Mill
Grinds from G to IC tona Pcr dav-
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all J Kood
order; can be inn by stoam or hdi'So
power, just the article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, Bran, Barley, Whole and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
CO LAINE Co., 34 Fort st.
vx " jr.ummv "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
aw a, B. oLiaaiiouN & cu
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Nos. 8 and 10,
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
IliroilTEKS AND JOHBKUS OF
"Wish, to inform old friends and the
public generally tbat they have now a
moio complete and
Larger Assortment of Choice and
than ever before, which they will sell
AT LOWEST POSSIBLE V1UCES.
Wo are constantly receiving additions
to our stock, and feel suro of giving sat
isfaction to all puichasers.
547 TRY XJS. 2m
FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS
EX " MAKIFOSA "
Frozen in Tins and Shell,
A.1? TIIE WINDSOR.
JSTExpert Openers on bond to fill
orders. ' . 582 tf
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.
GENERAL Carriage and Wagon
Manufacturers, and Dealers
in Wagon Materials, &c.
Gldetfu- rr.'1 PMldont & Manager
J N Wriffif?.. Vice-President
B. M. Damon ; ;:.'.. .Auditox
Ofllco Hun't Water Woiks,
Honolulu. July 0. 1882.
LL persons having Water Privileges
aionounea tuaunoir muer iuiicb
are navablo Hnmi.nnniiallv. in advnnce.
at tho olllco of tl'C Superintendent of
Water Works, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon tho 1st day of January and July of
each vear. OJIAB. B. WlLSON,
Sup't A ater Works
8. K. Kaai, Miuialur of Interior. 201
s k m
THE OLD CORNER
Haiit Bnos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in llrst-elass stylu at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on .hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c, &c. Also,
COM TO LUNCH
YOU CAN GET THE BEST IN TOWN TKOJI
H. J. NOLTE,g
THE BEAVER SALOON,
WHERE YOU MEET EVERYBODY
.A.1 All Hoiivh,
AND THE FINEST UKANUS OF
Figaro, Flor dc Cuba,
Coney Island, etc., etc., etc
N0LTE. N0LTE. N0LTE
HAVING undergone great improve
ments in the way of Wire Gauze ,
Doors and Windows, which keep out
those pests of covet flie3, cordiully in
vites his friends and tho public general,
ly to give him a call, and guarantees
satisfaction. 505 lm
KENNEDY & Co.,
Jobbing and Retail
07 HOTEL STREET,
By every arrival of the O. S. S. Lino
and Standard Groceries of all kinds by
the Case, which we offer very low.
Depot of the Woodlawn Dairy.
Ring up Telephone No. 240.
204 ly Goods delivered freo oi Chargo.
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
- Tho undersigned having
made nltnrntinim nrlditinnn
3and improvements in his
is now proparcd to givo
The Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will furnish containers for tho same
free of cost to any ono who may desire.
TliOS. W. KAWMNS,
m . . Honolulu Soap Works.
Office in Brick Building,
King street, Leleo. 483 lm
Steffi HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
igg(J3fcStcam engines, sugar mills, boil
era, coolers; iron, brass and lead cast
ings j nmchliiory of ovory description
made to order, raitiauhir uttoutlon paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe.
cutcd at short notice. 1
LOST on Saturday night on Hotel st.
A double English Traveling Rug,
a dyed sheepskin loot rug, and an em.
broidered uust-wrap. Tlio above re.
ward will bo paid on returning samo to
400 G. W. MAOFARLANE & Co
BREWER & COMPANY,
Ueneiial Meiicvntilk and
i.ibt of offickhs:
P. C. Jonks, Jr. . . .President & Manager
J. O. Cakteii Treasuror & Secretary
lion. C. R. Bishop. Hon. II. A. P. Caiiteii
Geo. W. Macfarlanc. II. R. Mucfarlanc.
Q. "W. MAOPAHLANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MER.
FlrcProof Building, - - 52 Queen street.
Honolulu. H. I.
The Waikapu Sugar Plantation, Maui,
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
Tho Hceia Sugar Plantation, Oahu,
HueloSugnr Mill, Maui,
Huelo Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co., Hawaii,
J. Fowler & Co. Steam Plow and Port
able Tiamway Works, Leeds,
Mirrlces, Watson & Co's Sugar Machin
Glasgow and Honolulu Lino of Packets.
J. LYONS, L. J. LEVEY.
LYONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneers and General
Beaver Block, Queen St., - - - Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate
and General Merchandise piomptly at
Sole Agents for American and Euro
pean merchandise. 318-
Clnna Sprcckcls. Win. G. Irwin.
TIT 0. IRWIN & OOMPANY,
TT Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. l
Ag. OLEQHORN &.GO.
Importers and Commission
Mcichants, dealers in General Merchan
dise, Queen and Kaahumanu sts., Hono
MA. GONS.ALVES & CO.,
No. 57 Hotel Btiect, Honolulu,
Importers and Dealers in Dry and Fancy
Goods, Inlaid Work, Embroidery,
289 &c, &c, &c.
JOHN T. "WATBRHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen st., Honolulu. i
MS. GRINBAUM & CO.,
, Importers of General Mer
chandise and Commission Merchants
MS. GRINBAUM Ss OO.,
124 California street, '
I Sau Francisco, Cal.
BROWN & CO.,
t, , Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, No. 14 Merchant st.,
"P T. LENEHAN & Co.,
A- , Importers and Commission
Merchants, Nuuanu St., Honolulu. 1
S. N. Castle. j. b, Atherton.
piABTLB & COOKE,
V ,. . Shipping and Commission
Merchants. Importers and Dealers in
General Merchandise, No. 80 King 8t..
Honolulu. " i
TyiNG WO TAI & OO,
t l ,. JmP,orters and General Dealers
in English, American and Chinese Pro
visions. Plantation Teas and General
Supplies. Also, White & Colored Con.
tract Matting, ah qualities and prices.
o. 24 Nuuanu street, opposite Mr. C.
A-foig8' 623 0m
Wma WO OHAN & CO.,
t, ImPorters and General Dealers
in English, American and Chinese Pro
visions, Plantation Tea and General
Supplies. Also, white and colored con
'""matting, all qualities and prices.
fiSTNo. 22 Nuuanu Street, opposite
Mr. Afong's. si
ED. O. ROWS,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER,
Papeu Hangeu, etc.,
No. 107 King Street, - Honolulu.
25 Telephone, 114. ly
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumboia, Gas Fitters
and Copper-smiths, No, 71 King St.,
Honolulu, jsr Houao aud Ship Job
Work promptly execnted. tf
Lllobert Lcven, u. M. CooUo.
EWERS Ss COOKE,
(successors to Lowers & Dickson,)
Importers and Dealcm in Lmnlipr and all
kinds ot Building Materials, Fort street.
WILDER & OO.,
Dealers in Lumber, Palnta,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of evciy kind, cor. Fort and Queen sts.,
G. H. KOBERTSON,
Dmynian best terms
Tvluphouo No. 05. 16