Frc-- CfRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY He Vol. 42. No. 16 w h n HORSE. YUKON, ; FRIDAY, APRIL 17th, 1942 ft ft ft .Subscription $3.00 Year. INDIAN CONFERENCE MARSHAL PETAIN'S ACTION ENDS IN STALEMATE IN RECALLING PIERRE BUT INTERFERENCE BY LAVAL MAY HAVE FAR AXIS NOT TOLERATED REACHING REPERCUSSIONS TheJndian conference has ended Marshal Petain's action in recal- ling in a stalemate the Congress Party, the French "Quisling" Pierre. it is stated, not bein agreeable to Laval to the Vichy government may ,' the transition set-u- p as outlined by torpedo the tenuous understanding Sir Stafford Cripps in the name of existent between the U. S. A. gov- ernment the British government. This is not . and the Petain regime. A altogether surprising although it demand was made this week in . was sincerely hoped that an amic-rb- h Congress for seizure of French Is- lands settlement of Indian affairs in the West Indies and the would be arrived at. The Congress action of the aged Marshal dubbed-"treacherous- " Party is a political party seeking since it placed the (onirol of . the destiny of India but "blood of French soldiers who died in the first World War the heads it by no means represents the voice on of the people as a whole.It is of France," tleref ore not strong enough on its o.vn account to force the issue. Had K BRITISH "HURRI-BOMBER- S" ATTACK ENEMY WAR PLANTS TREADWELL - YUKON GOLD the British acquiesced in the d xThe famous "Hurricane" fighters ' with which the British Royal CORPORATION OPERATED r;ands of the Congress Party in X A ir Force the Battle ofBrita;n in fer- - won September, 1940, now AT LOSS LAST YEAR. their entirety it is conceded that it qitently carry two 250 lb. bombs which they drop on enemy trans SHAREHOLDERS TO DECIDE would have led eventually, to civil port ofewar factories while travelling at 300 miles an hour. These v ar in India Boh the British and ON LIQUIDATION. "Hurri-bbmbers- ", as they . are called, have done valuable work in the Congress Party are well aware Ihe rreat British Libyan of k-.isiv- e against the Axis forces. This of this and no doubt it is this fact The Trea'd well-Yuk- on Gold Co- rporation artist's impressionshows Hurricane-bombe- rs in action over a fac-'o- ry which brought about the dead-loc- k. has again reported a de- ficit in Nazi occupiedFraiuc. No doubt some good will later on operations for the latest fis- cal emerge from the conff ce In the year The net loss' was $88,072 rreantime there is assurance that CANADIAN PACIFIC ROME RADIO SURMISES for the year 1941, compared with i"terftrence by the Axis in Indian An LINES OFFICIALS CANADIAN TROOPS MAY a -- deficit of $25,177 in the previous ffairs will not be tolerated. ARRIVE IN TOWN. NVADE ITALY. year. Gross income from operations of, Vnm I onron it was ' reported 997.778. romppred with $653,940 in Yesterday several Canadian Paci- fic that the Rome radio Monday sur- mises 1940. Operating expenses were Airlines officials arrived in town that Canadian troops have halved and the- - write-o- ff for de- preciation by Y S.'A. T. plane piloted by Capt. been selected for a British -- invasion and depletion was cut to Don Patry. They included Mr, of--- - Italian soiland boasted that $64,964 from . $140,925 previously. 4 ,V,',X i Neal, vice-preside- nt, C. P .R. . west- ern "should the British make any such Current assets of $643,198 were up 1 lines, W. A. Straith, supt. cf attempt they will be well received" $43,629. oilot training (Western Division) of Last summer, it will be remembered The report includes a statement Edmonton, W. E. Gilbert, supt. of land- ed that British parachute troops from the president, P. R. Bradley, Vancouver Division and C. Becker, in Southern Italy for the purpose that the shareholders,; at the annual supt. of Western Division. After of destroying lines of communicat- ion meeting on April 20, will be asked staying in town over night they pro- ceeded and other installations ( to poprove the proposal of the dir- ectors on their official trip to Fair- banks. to wind up the affairs of the company as soon as possjble for NOW IT CAN BE TOLD COMEDY OF EHROPS I several reasons, including the fact that available commercial ore has-been- ' LAVAL RETURNS TO STAGED AT SKAGWAY. ; exhausted,' lack of working VICHY GOVERNMENT ! capital for the development of new Several weeks ago, the first alarm FRANCE !ore bodies and the difficulty in DESTINY OF sounded in Skagway. The night get- - WILL REST UPON HIM. watchman at the power plant. ting needed supplies thought' it was the air raid alarm. After a lapse of sixteen months I Heimmediately doused all of the PILOT J. W. ASSELSTINE Pierre Laval, former vice president ; lights in town. . SON OF FORME MINISTER UT. REV. W. A. GEDDES and Then the woman in charge of the of the Vichy government a pro- nounced OF MINES IN B- - C. Bishop of Yukon pro-Germ- an leader, re- turns air raid alarm saw the lights go out and thought the Japs were coming. SERIOUSLY INJURED. to power and virtually con- trols Who will administer ne Rite of So she sounded the air raid alarm. the destiny of France He suc- ceeds Confirmation at the evening service Admiral J. F. Darlan who has The night watchman at the power Sergt.-Pil- ot J. W. Asselstine, son at Christ Church Sunday v heard this and thought it was been stripped of ministerial rank plant of W. J. Asselstine, former . Minister I and as the officia heir apparent of the all-cle- ar signal. He turned all of Mines in the B. C. Legislautre. MISSING the aged Marshal Petain who ap- parently of the lights back on. was seriously injured in England re- cently While all of this was going on, will in future be only a suffering multiple fractures. Three volumes of the Encyclopedia figure head. Pierre Pricheu also the house which was on fire when Latest reports are that he has suf- ficiently the fire alarm was sounded, burned recovered to be removed to the his Minister of the In- terior. Britannica are missing from lost post as Reading Room of the Public Lib- rary. As the activi chief of the to the ground Daily Alaska Empire the R. A. F. hospital at Cos ford n.vi : Their ' return, or any infor- mation government Laval now assumes Woverhampton. Sincerest sym- pathy concernnig them would be I control of both the foreign and nat- - Miss S. Hougren arrived by Y. S. is extended to his parents by gratefully received by the I. O. D. E. ional policies of France, ine sname-u- p A. T: plane Thursday to join the their many friends in thje north and S. DAGLISH, in the Vichy government was the staff at the Whitehorse Inn. Her the hope expressed that their son Y : Sec'y-Trea- s. result, it is stated, of "terrific Ger- man brother Odin has been a member of will make satisfactory progress to- ward the staff for sometime past. recovery. Whitehorse. Public Library- - pressure"
PAGE 1WO THE WII1TEIIOKSE STAR. VI 1 1 TEIIORSE YUKON FRIDAY, APRIL 17th, 1942 rantable aUitude in these days of umujt. 1 (BUt wttllttWtfjt tfWltiiX national crisis must be over-corn- e. - i x t'upie musi ue maue lu luiiy . "Volo of the Yukon alize the gravity of the situation. The more readily this is done of An ' Independent Journal their own volition the better are we as a nation to combat the forces Of oUr enemies. An .all-o- ut effort on the part of everybody, young and 'Published every ""Friday at old alike, is what is most urgently Whitenoisu, Yukon Territory required at the moment. The out- standing The White Pass and Yukon Route success so far achieved by On the Trail of '98 Soviet Russia has been undoubtedly due, to a large extent, to the drastic The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety arid Service to .discipline which was imposed upon Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska-- : Member oC Canadian Weekly her people as a whole. We are all somewhat familiar with Association. Newspapers' ARIPLANE SERVICE the methods adopted by the Axis in IIOR.UK K. MOORE - - Publisher maintaining their armed forces but the majority of us have but a hazy plane service, making ; connections northbound and south-boun- d idea, of how their high productive with steamers at Skagway. Serving-- Whitehorse, Let us have faith' that right makes power is maintained. In the past Carmacks, Selkirk, and Mayo Dawson. For information might; and nr that faith let us to the idea was popular among us that llie end dare to do our duty as we apply to any Germany would not , be able to understand it. Lincoln. maintain her high productivity in- definitely. Shortage of essential WHITE PASS A GE NT, or APRIL 17th, 1942 I materials and forced labour, ifc was 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. pointed out, would eventually prove a "decisive factor in bringing about - W1U THE CRUX OF THE MATTER her downfall. The contrary has so far been the case. What are the facts today? The British Minister The reverses which the United of Economic Warfare last . February Nations have suffered and, no ' released a report that nrnvpri tho i mm a doubt, will have to suffer for some- - fallacy of all c,ir previous content I. tune yet are a glowing demonstrati- on ions Production in Germany, he stated, reached its highest peak last of. the difference in attitude ... . Dprpmhpr7 an-- ? thic. ; 1 ., .. . "ca auu;e i V ueeu i maintained by the Axis forces to- - , maintained. What is more the Ger-wa- rd this war and the peoples they man public response to greater have under their control and the at-- sacrifices and Ion eer work i . m mm mw mw mm wr mm mm & m j mrwm ww K - m " u m titude displayed, on the other hand, , has been Quick, and decisive and in usazu w a by the peoples of the United NaU' ," . 1 c UIUIi11 ministry a in orale which ions. The crux of the matter l,ies in LT V is independent of events in the Far the fact that we have not yet learn- - East and Libya and is in no way af-- ed what a total war means whereas fected by .reverses in Russia". Here our enemies have been well school- -' are the basic facts which confront ed on this point 'those endeavouring the United Nations today of which to adopt a recalcitrant attitude each and everyone of us form a againthe totalitarian modus Wr- - part Surely we must not have to andi being' forced either to retract" Wait for an actua invasion of our or suffer the consequences. Not COasts before we are made to re-un- til the whole of the United Nat- - alize the seriousness of our situat- ions have 10n' 14 took "Dunkirk" to been regimented upon a arouse similar basis to that maintained by lhe PePle(f Britain to a realization of what "total 'iM which tobacco A- - gvTVI v V war" the Axis Powers can we definitely really means., hope for a decisive ictory. We Are we in Canada waiting for a, can b smoked" ' fully realize that the military deriv-- I similiar pvent to happen here before nfion i: . rf r "vomnnnn4;nn a ... i . ' , .. U - I WC We, tnn tOO, are are morin made 4 in rpali'70 nnr ' ' m ma to us all and runs contrary to, j Sponsibil.ities boh as a nation -- and will be placed upon All non-esse- nt . , i ... our democratic way of living. But ! as individuals? This is a question the fact remains and must be faced j whicn rests more heavily upon our ial travel throughout both Canada Men of 30,40,50 fairly and squarely Compulsion is I ives as indiViduals than it does and the United! States. Pleasure PEP VIM, VIGOR, another word which strikes a dis- cordant upon our government: We look to Subnormal? the travelling may be limited ..to within SyVXrJP6 vigor, vitality? note upon the ears of most governmehtfor direction. The tT& M1 ?on, Tab,et. Contains of us but there are times and cir- cumstances government, in turn, looks to each one hundred" miles of the permanent aid! t to normal Ul?nta' after oyster Iementa-a- ios pep 30. 40 or 6a when compulsion be- comes and everyone of us to realize and residence according to latest reports S? Trffl wtorjr slM for only and accept our full share of the ... necessary may even .respon- sibilities to hand. - w. ai ui gooa arug stores. prove vital to our very exsitence involved. Our It is worse than futile to bemoan ! sPirit seems to need a jolt 'to auirk. the errors of the past for which we' en u into unified action so that its the people are just as much re- - effects can be seen and felMhrough-sponsibl- e, if not more so, than out tne lenth and breadth of the Fresh hm. J land Butter H our governments. As Mr. Churchill j ; ,Ffr the nonce we are prone pointed out on assuming the office'10 criticize actions of government-- y j Cured A. 1. 1 h i Primt " .Minister of Britain!' "If I to freely and too readily, At time? 1 SlianirockBrdndCneam&Y Meats Butter U i the present quarrels with the past, I sucn cnticism is in ofer but, in the i .. N 1 J Eggs a there there can can be b.e no no future future. . . Nn war I a&' Analysis, the blameln most in- - can be a success unless it is a peo stances rests upon ourselves. We pie's war." must always-bea- r in mind that this: Burns', Famous Shamrock 3 . The time is at hand when a cer is an ut-and-- out people's war. Brand Products tain measure of discipline must be V o-- X H rf'ntained among the civilian pop- - PLEASURE TRAVEL M H M uiation somewhat similar to that in MAY BE RESTRICTED M You Can Buy No M " ONE HUNDRED MILES Better" H H " ioigc juajuiiijr ui Civ- ilians FR0M HOME BASE M consider such a measure re- pugnant M such interference and consequently with "the liberty resent There is every indication that in lBums & Company Limited. M H N H of the subject" Such an unwar- - the near future definite restrictions M , ...
FRIDAY, APRIL 17th, 1942 THE WHITKIIOHSK STAR. WIHTEIIORSE- - YUKON PAGE THREE OUTSIDE CAPITAL MAY OFFICIAL RECORD OF E SECURED TO DEVELOP TIMES "ICE WENT OUT" 1 Northern Commercial Go 1 1UBLIN GULCH CLAIMS. AT DAWSON OVER til. LONG PERIOD OF YEARS- - According to the Yukon . Miner outside capital may . be forthcoming j to develop a group or goia quariz ; (Dawson News) Avoid the 6lare of the claims on jJUDiin tiuicn in tne 1896 May 19, 2:35 p.m. Mayo area. Archie Martin, pioneer 1897 May 17 4:30 p.m. r Daily Sun silver miner : in the Mayo district, 1898 May 8,' 8:15 p.m. has been instrumental in forming a 1899 May 17 4:10 p.m. Buy company to operate the property. 1900 May 8, 6:00 a.m. 1901 ...v...;.. ... May 14, 4:13 p.m. TELIGIOUS AFFILIATIONS 1902 May 11, 8:45 p.m. MEN IN ARMED FORCES 1903 May 13, 11:38 a.m. 1904 ' May 7, 9:44 a.m. . (Canadian Churchman) 1905 May 10,- - 5:21 a.m. Mr. Thomas . Church, M P., for 1906 May 11, 7:45 a.m. Broadview district in the City of 1907 .... May 5, 6:52 p.m. Crookes Genuine Lenses ' 1908 .......... May 7, 5.27 p.m. Toronto, moved in the House of Commons in Ottawa for "a return, 1909 May 11, 9:46 p.m. Clip on and Infrex. Also showing the number of officers and 1910 May 11, 4:06 p.m. men serving in the Active Service i ..May 7, 12:27 p.m. of the Navy and Air J 1912 May . 9, 10:03 p.m. for Forces Army, G les Ch ild re n o Force, with their religious affili- - 1913 rr......... May . 14, 5:11 p.m. g g 1914 ............. May 10, 9:11 a.m. ations as. set out on their attestation papers." 1915 .... May 3, 5:55 a.m. 1916 :. May 3, 10:03 a.m. The answers are as follows: 1917 May 15, 2:00 a.m. Amy;;,'-;-'--;-;;.;'.;--;.- i 1918 ............. May 11, 9.45 a.m. YUKbNERS AT COAST Insofar the Canadian is as Army 1919 May 10,-1- 1 midnit concerned, no up-to-d- ate figures are 1920 ........ May 18, 7:45 p.m. Set. "Bily Thomson, one time LAC Tomy Walnut we understand available as to the number of men 1921 .. May 12, 12:45 p.m. Dawsonite Cafe operator, (City was the first Yukoner to receive of each religious affiliation serving 1922 ,. May 14, 11:29 a.m. Cafe) isnow a full fledged (iSgt. in his wings and headed the class re- ceiving in the Canadian Army As of Aug- ust, 1923 May 10, 9:20 a.m. the RC. A .F. and stationed at special mention. His wings 1941, a compilation was made , 1924 May 8, 12:47 p.m. Trenton, Ont., where he is in cnarge were presented to him by Air Mar- shall of the number of men of each re- ligious i 1925 May 9, 8:15 a.m. ofthe Officer's Mess, one of the W. A. "Billy" Bishop. Sgl. affiliation in the Army, Per- centages ! 1926 .... May 3, 10:48, a.m. higgest in Canada., .Bill is the pic- ture Bill Thomson also' participated in arrived at at that time the wheh formed of the , 1927 May 13, 11:23 p.rn of health and. - wears the' uni- form parade part were as follows: 1 1928 May 9, 8:12 p.m. well. He-is- ' spending his fur scenes shown in the movie "Capt Church of England ' ains of theCl'uds." 35.687C ' i 1929 May 7, 2:33 p.m. lough in Vancouver where' Mrs Roman Catholic . 22.17'f 1930 . May 10, 6:43 p.m. Thomson ismaking . her hpme. The -- boys from the Yukon are United Church of Canada 17.23', .- - '. making" their "Niche" in the three 8:23 1931 May 11, p.m. Hector Godin, nephewoLthe well Presbyterian 14.19 , 1932 May 2, 7.32 p.m. known ."Little Davej Godin, Daw- son branches of the Service, and brinr r..i T.ist : - 5.47 7c ing credit to 1 their home towns. f 1933 ...... May j 9, 10:57 p.m. wood dealer, fias donned7 the Methodist and. Wesleyan 134 1934 May' 2, 9:57 a.m. Uniform Last summer young 'Cod-i- n Many of them holds commissions Congregational ...... 08 and stripes in the Air Force, Navy ; 1935 May 16, 11:39 p.m. worked on' the jiverteamers Jewish .62 ! 1936 . .. May 5, J6:02 a.m. plying the Yukon. ' and army, with Dawson, White-hors- e Lutheran 1.06 1937 ;. May 1011:18') a.m. and Mayo all being well rep- resented.' War No. 1 vet- eran, Salvation Armyy .48 Don Olds, World 12,' 6:38 a.m. 1938 May April Other denominations 1.15 received his discharge ,1939 ........ .J.. May 12, 11:55 a.m. The recruiting officers in th" No Religion .......... .24 1, and went North to Prince Rupert 1940 April 28, K54 p.m. position Vancouver" Depot have spoken vety a Religion not available where he has accepted' ' 31. a.m. highly of the men coming 1941 April 30," with, of thex leading hotels.- - young urgent matters now in nana pre- vent one from the North All are "Al" cate a new compilation being made Corp. Tommy Rogers has been gory, in the pink of condition, an.i at the present time. , " . men of each religous affliation serv- ing transferred to Prince Rupert, and a willing workers. Department of. National Defence. in the Canadian Navy. There farewell party was held in V'meou-Iv- er 'Navy. are no mechanical -- devices in the prior to his departure. Among Insofar as the Royal Canadian Naval Records to carry out this the merrymakers were Don Olds, 'TiTXiTTrrTTYYirrrtrTTTTTY Navy is concerned, there are no fig- ures work and the staff are rully engag-- SaDDer Charlie. Ro.s and several available as to the number, of prf nn their reeular duties. In De-- other oi his soldier buci'iies Tommy Travel. cember last a compilation was made j was given ... a rousing s niloff and it .i i f IU. iriTTTTiIiiIITiTITTTTtTTi in this regard and the percentages was one of tne soctai uveitis m wie I STEAMSHIPS BA11WAV os a fol- lows: vW..' The "ladies' wor-- i very I COMMUNICATIONS arrived at at that time were as L. HOTELS " "BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS' much" in ' evident proving that; 1 flioate t PRINCESS" Tommy has a technique all his 'own. , 11 ifGReATlJTl TRAVIl lfJ Liner Protestant 74.9 But it would not be surprisifig to A PATRON Roman Catholic 21.4' see Tommy trying to get back to !g Jewish 0.8. Vancouver before long His part- ner Skagway to Vancouver Other denominations . 2.9, Sapper Rosss headed for the Victoria, or Seattle FOR 8 The Under-Secreta- ry of State. ktates the first of the week on the SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS Air Force first lap of his furlough. Charlie JvAPORATflJ. It is not considered in the public couldn't make up his mind whether Sunday, April 26 YEARS interest to divulge the strength of it was going to be Vancouver Island Wednesday, May 6 the Royal Canadian Air Force. Re- ligions or the States but finally decided it We have a tetter from up-coun- try by percentages of the total would bev better, not to interfere Sunday, May 17 The writer states strength are given herewith: with the school work. (She teaches Sunday, May 31 she has used "all kinds of United Church - 29.9 school.) Connections at Vancouver with canned milk" but Pacific Anglican 25.8 - Norman Hartnell graduated rec- ently Canadian Pacific Services: Milk continually since she Presbyterian 10.2 as an air gunner with the R. Transcontinental began it "because of its his Sgt's stripes. Trans-Pacif- ic Baptist 5.1 5J. C. A. F. and won richness and flavor. That ten graduat Trans-Atlant- ic Other Protestant 6.5 He was one of the top was eight years ago." ing and the boys were given a trip Tickets, reservations and full It's only real excellence that Total Protestant 77.5 to Niagara and special entertain- ments. particulars from could bring . a milk a pre- ference ... 20.1 The graduation exercises L. H. JOHNSTON Catholic Roman C P. It. General Agent like this. Hebrew ' 1-- 7 were held in Montreal Norman was Other 6 one of the first volunteers to come Skagway Alaska Pacific milk Not stated 1 from Dawson He transferredd from Canadian Pacific the Army into the- - Air Force short- ly IRRADIATED Of COURSE Department of National Defence for after his arrival on the coast. OLrtlXXXXXXXXXXTlIIIXIIIXi: Air. ClTTTTTXIlTIIIXIlIlXXXIXli;
PACK FOUR 'HE WIHTKIIORSK STAR. WIIITEJIORSEv YUKON FRIDAY, APRIL 17th, 1942 feet on each side of the base line. Registration , of any document $2.00 , When $500.00 has been expended if nnt pWH five Recording an abandonment $2.00 or paid the locator may, upon hav. hundred feet in length by one thou- sand If it affects more than one claim ing a survey made, and upon com. feet in depth. Claims shall be For each additional claim .... $1.00 plying with other requirements,; ob. as nearly as possible rectangular in Abstract; of Title V tain a lease for a term cf twenty, form and shall be marked by two For first entry $2.00 one ye,ars with the right to renewal of Mining Law legal posts, one at each end of the .' For each additional entry ...... ,50 for further terms of twenty-or,- e Synopsis claim, numbered "l" and "2" re- spectively, For copy of Document years. Claims located prior to July i Location posts of creek ; Up to 200 words $2.50 7, 1917 may upon fulfilling similar Yukon Territory claims shall be placed on the base ' For each additional 100 words .50 requirements, be Crown Granted. line, an4 of all other claims parallel For grant of water Leases, renewals of leases, and to the base line, and on the side of For 50 inches or less $10.00 documents relating to leased claims the claim nearest the creek or river For 50 to 200 inches $25.00 shall ibe recorded with the Mining ; Any person eightqen' years of age towards which it fronts. For 200 to 1,000 inches .... $50.00 Recorder in triplicate. 'or over .sha 11 have the right to enter, For each additional 1,000 inches Schedule of Fees A discoverer shall be entitled to a . locate, prospect and mine upon any or fraction thereof ..s.. . $50.00 claim claim 1,500. feet in length, and a Recording every . ..... $10.00 lands: . in the Yukon Territory, party of two discoverers two claims, QUARTZ MINING For. a substitutional record ,. $10.00 vht'(hoir vested in the Crown or each of 1,250 feet in length. Application for a lease $10.00 oiiH-rwise- , ior tne minerals aeiineu ( - s,,hwt to th ho.mdarips of other For a certificate of improve- - in the Yukon Qpartz . Mining Act The boundaries of any claim may claims in good standing at the time ments . . . , 5.00 and t he Yukon Placer 'Mining Act, be enlarged to the size of a claim 0f its location, a mining claim shall If recorded within 14 days after with certain 'reservations set out in "allowed '" birth p Art -- if thr rnbrw: KrT...ni.! ,k,nn a oV,oii expiry date - . . $5.00 the said Acts, --ment dcsmitnriterf ei e with the not exceed 1,500 feet in length by If after 14 days and within .ngjwsroi other persons -- orUermsof 1,500 feet in width, three months .... $15.00 No person' shall enter for mining- - any agreement with the crown. months and If after-thr- ee with purposes 01 shall mine upon larrds .... ..: ..; Every claim shall be marked on owned or lawfully occupied by an- - An application for a claim may be the ground by two legal posts, one in fix months . $25.00 other until adequate security -- has filed with ihe;.:.MiningTr"Recordereacli extremity - of -.-t- he location Recording every certificate of been turnished to the satistactiorr ot -- Vrithm..Jen days after being located jjne numbered "1" and "2" respect-ih- e rk ., ', .... $5.00 Recorder' tor it within ten miles of the Recorder's For a certificate of partnership $5 Mining any Joss or- jVely. On the side of No. 1 post damage which may be thereby olfice. One extra day. shai"''b'el-'-faring:N- o 2 post shall be inscribed Recording assignment, abandon- ment, caused. - lowed for every additionar ten miles the name...oflthe claivn, a letter in- - affidavits, or any other 01 iracuon mereol. A claim may be c(icating the direction to No. 2 post, document $2.50 Where claims are being located-whic- h located If document affects more than , on Sunday or any public the number of feet to the right or are situated more than one holiday. ' one claim, for each additional : ... ieft of the location line;the date of hundred miles from the Mining; Re?:: claim .... . . $1.00 corder's office, the locators, not less Any person havlhfi:" : recorded..a 1 location and the name of the locator. For granting period of six than five in number, are authorized, claim shall not have the right to lo-- months within which to re to meet and appoint. .one of tHeit'" ,catt,j cord .. ........ $4.00 number as' emergency . recorder, basin of-sa- me creek within sixtv oi trie claim, me date 01 location, For an abstract of the record of i 11 M t . i ! A .-- .. v 1 . a - t .... '"' " and iinrl the name of the locator. ,.' : who shall as soon aspossible deliver -- days of locating firsOlalm.'-i'- T a claim: , 1 he application and fees received :to Title The claim shall be recorded with-- : For - the first entry $4.00 the Mining Recorder for the District. in fifteen days if located .within ten For each additional entry .50 ' , If two , or more persons own -- " - a tT- - Any person . . haVinc fc .vwpwi-wiu- i complied with miles of the mining Recorder's of-lic- e; For copies of any document re- corded claim, 1 , each vi such u person shall cohtrl-::r- ? ... the -- - provisions of the Act with res- - one additional day shall be al- lowed where same v' do not hute proportionately to his interest pect to locating -- and recording - a for every additional ten miles exceed three folios $4. !. the work required to be done claim shall '-- year-ami be entitled "to a grant or fraction - thereof. Where such copies exceed three thereon, and when proven to the for one shairhave the ab- solute folios, 30 cents per folio for Cold Commissioner that he has not righ tof rene wa 1 from'"; yea r Adjoining claims not exceeding every folio over three. to yehr -- thereafter;- . eight in -- number may be grouped, clone so his interest may be vested provided during For recording a power of at-- . in the other co-own- ers. each year he does or causes to be the necessary representation work torney to stake from one done. $200.00 worth of work of the. -- for each, claim may then be per person .................. $4.00 The survey of a, claim made by a -- t'laim,,.files with . the,Mining Reeor- - fol'med on arvv one or more of the For recording a pbwer of attor- ney duly quaiifie(TDominion Land Sur- - rl?r jyithinf claims in the group. to stake from two per veyor shall be accepted as defining expiration of the claim an affidavit sons . . ...... . . $8.00 Every application for a full Claim absolutely the boundaries "of the-:;shbwi.n- gj( detailed.. statement'' of the For recording an assignment or shall be made on Form "A" and for claim surveyed, provided the survey work, and pays the required..xenewal "A-l- ". other document relating to a """" a Fractional claim on Form is approved by the proper author- - fee, ; quartz mining lease $3. ity and remains unprotested during .. x No person is entitled to locate Rental, whole or fractional min- - the period of advertisement. more than one claim in the same eral claim granted under A person about- - to undertake r Under certain conditions claims mining district within twenty days. lease for term of 21 years.. $50.00 bona fide nrosnpctinp trin m.nv cc. may be grouped and the work re- - Rental for renewal term of 21 lo be The timber on a mineral claim is 00 cure from the Min7nFcoixlerCed Performed to entitle years ...... $200 tne6vvTier-flrovvn- ers reserved until the Mining Recorder written permission in rpro.H at hie to renewals of t Dredging the several claims that the same 1S required own risk a claim within six months. grumay-becertlfi- es Tor the A lease may be issued for a per- iod performed on use m mining operations on any one or more of of fifteen for continuous A legal post must stand four feet the. claims in the grouping. If the claim- - THe Commissioner, however, years a stretch of river not exceeding ten above the ground, squared or laced claims grouped are owned by more may issue a permit to holders or miles in length giving the exclusive other claims to the timbers for the upper eighteen inches and than one person a partnership remove right to dredge for gold, silver and measuring four inches across the agreement creating a joint and for use in their mining operations faced where other timber is not readily platinum. . The lessee must have al portion. The post must be several liability on the part of all firmly fixed in the ground. . the owners for the joint working of available. least one dredge in operation on the leasehold within three years. therlaims shall be executed Priority of location shall be deem- -, and Title Petroleum and Natural Gas filed with the Mining Recorder.. ed to convey priority of right. Cer- tain Any person having complied with A lease may be issued for a per disputes may be heard and de- termined Taxes and Fees iod of twenty-on- e for an area the provisions of the Act with re-- years by a Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at the rate of two and gard to locating arid 'recording, a of not" to exceed 1,920 acres giving Grants of claims grouped or own- ed one-ha- lf per cent, on the value of claim shall be entitled to hold it for the right to the. petroleum and nat by one person may be made re- newable all gold shipped from the Yukon one year from the date of the record. ural gas on the area leased. A rent- al on the same date. Territory shall be paid to the Com- - and thereafter from year to year, is charged of 50 cents per acre ptroller. pprovided during each year he does for the first year and $1.00 per acre PLACER MINING For grant to a claim for causes to be done work on the for each subsequent year. Creeks means any natural water one year $10.00 claim to. the value of $100.00 and Assay Office course having an average width 'of For renewal of grant shall, .within fourteen days after the An Assay Office is maintained by less than one hundred and fifty feet t Tf renewed within 14 days expiration of the year, satisfy the the Government at Vancouver, between its banks. after expiry dafe $10.00 Mining Recorder that the work has where cold exDorted from the Ter 11 alter 14 days and within 3 been done, and bav the Certificate ritory will be purchased at its full Creek claims shall not exceed five months $30.00 of Work fee. One hundred dollars value. . hundred feet in length, measured If after 3 months and within 6 be may paid in lieu of -- assessment G. A. JECKELL. along the base line, by one thousand months .. $45 00 work. t Controller
FRIDAY, APRIL 17th, 1942 TUB .WHITEHORSE STAR, WHITEHORSE, YUKON PAGE FIVE Ixuxxixiiixxiixxixxxiyrju DAWSON Now the bells cannot ring except to The service we refused to give to varn of invasion. ' God now is conscripted for the We have left tne churches empty. country. Councillor A. T, (Andy) T Taddie Now . they, are in ruins. Lives we refused to live under made his first trip into town by car We would not listen to the ' way of God's control now are . under the since last Fall. ' '; peace. Now we are forced to listen nation's control Gives Back More Light to the way of war. ; , Nights we would not spend E Eggy, trapper nd miner of The money we would not give to "watching unto prayer" now we Moose Creek, has arrived back in ; the Lord's work now is taken in spend in anxious air raid precau-- ; town from his winter headquarters. taxes and higher prices. tions. ( A-- lf I SA w a u r The food for which we neglected Is it not time we checked up on Is Free From Usual Paint Odor Mr. and Mrs. Dan McRa'e have to thank God for now is unobtain- able. this thing here, too? Or must it moved back to their summer home take bombs to awaken us? at Bear Creek after spending the winter in town. ' Classified Advertising in the Star always brings the desired results .-'.- ..'--J jV -- 'r.' The premises of the local branch IS A CASEIN PAINT of the Canadijn Bank of Commerce S Ask Your Deater About areat the present time under-goin- g renovations. R. Persild arrived last week from his trap line up the river to spend juxxixxiximiiiiuiiim Easter with his wife and family in town. Every night, as the sun goes down let all tne aisagreeaoie nappenings F. J. Friele, resident manager of of the day sup out 01 your mma ana the Idaho-Canadi- an predging Cq., sink into oblivion is in town from the Sixtymile and expects to remain here for a week There is always something to be or two before leaving -- on his return . . v. glrateiul for Begin wiht that some trip. thing and every day will bring you ' - do to be grateful for until your According to reports around town life is full . only two steamer trips wlil be made by the Aksala to Mayo this season. Heavy river traffic will be. on the Hootalinqua up to Teslin. SAVE TIME BY AIR Mike Beaton and Sandy McDon- ald of Clear Creek crew have left transfer a drill from the river to a AIR M All safe place before the ice break-u- p. PASSCNCERS AIR EXPRESS The drill was brought down the hi river frW Selwyn-las- t Fall. Insist on PILSENER I if g . , mum Mwn ' . . " Lager Be Myers Samuelson and Earl Brooks have started out on two "cat" trains of the Campbell Transportation Co., Chang es m to Holbrqjok's camp at Sixtymile with a big load of lumber and sup7 plies. Schedule ' Walter Cross, night-ma- n at the Royal Alexandra here, has left for the Terminal City having secured a Vancouver-Whitehors- e position at the Whitehorse Inn. Mrs. Cross and baby plan to join him in (Daily except Friday) -- NORTHBOUND June after navigation on the river has opened. Lv- - Vancouver. 10 a. in,. It is reported that Jas. A. Fair-bo- rn Ar. Whitehorse . 7 p. m. is coming nirth to act as pur- ser SOUTHBOUND on one of the river boats. Mr. Lv- - Whitehorse a. m. Fairborn has been a faithful erh-- 1 Ar. Vancouver. . 5.80. p- - m. poyee of the B. Y. N. Co., for many years but sometime ago was forced Edmonton- - Whitehorse to retire on account of .ill health. We are glad he is able to report for Monday, Wednesday duty again. Saturday NORTHBOUND THINGS WE LEFT UNDONE This advertisement is not published or Lv. Edmonton 12.45 p. in-- A NOW CANNOT BE DONE. displayed by the Government of Yuk on Territory. r. Whitehorse . . . .7 p. in. English Vicar is Quoted as Enumer- ating SOUTHBOUND Consequences of Neglect. It pays to have all your PRINTING done at the STAR OFFICE, Lv- - Whitehorse --.- .7 a. m. Ar. Edmonton ...--- 5 p. 'in. To the Editor of the Globe and ;TTTtmxTTTitiTit!tTxiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiirxxxmxrrj "" j. ; Mail: An English vicar, writing to Making quick" connections li . -- .u 8 with other Trans-continent- al I nis people a year ago, amuug uuiw Yukon Electrical Company, Ltd. things, said the following: Airlines We have been a pleasure-lovin- g Will he pieased to consult Tlie above schedule remains people', dishonoring God's Day. Now in force until further notice- - the sea shores are barred. No pic- nicking vou recrardine or bathing. For Full Flight Information We have preferred motor travel Light, Power. Supplies and Installations Consult to churchgoing. Now there is a J. A. Barber shortage of motor fuel. WHITEHORSE, Y. T. g We have ignored the ringing of WHITEHORSE church bells calling us to worship. inmn.LjL.mn.iii
PAGE SIX ME WIIITKIIOHSE STAR. WIIITKHORSE. YUKON FRIDAY, APRIL 17th, 1942 Local Ha p penings Spring Cleaning The river was open today in front Mr. W. S. Drury arrived back in l town. town" Wednesday from his fur buy- ing trip through the Territory. " Mr. and 'Mrs. Homer Stockdale of Juneau .Alaska, were visitors, in Mr. and Mrs. Alec. Dame and NOW IS THE TIME TO PLAN YOUR (own Wednesday. baby were visitors in town from Carcross for a day or two this week.' PAINTING Blue birds were seen in town last Saturda so Spring must be here. Frank Pollock of the Pollock Air and House Decoration Keep a look-o- ut for the robins' now. Service made a couple of trips into j town this week from Fairbanks We have a full stock of iss Edyth Caddy joined the staff with passengers. PAINTS, VARNISHES, ENAMELS AND VELLO of the local branch of the Canadian Bank ot Commerce this week. Mr. Walter Tennis, chief engineer PAINT BRUSHES LINSEED OIL TURPENTINE on the Yukon," and his crew arrived Mrs. Telofsen arrived from the' Wednesday - for the season's oper- ations. ' " . ' Deliveries to Save Gasoline and Tires Limited to Twice Daily coast Wednesday to join her hus- band ,. .- -; 11 a. m. and'4 p jn. who is a carpenter employed at the local shipyard. Frank Slim his two sons and An- gus McLeod have left for Watson TAYLOR & DRURY Ltd Mrs. J, Fox and her two children : Lake where they will be employed arrived Wednesday from the coast this season. to join her husband who is on the clerical staff of the W. P. & Y .R. At the evening service, Christ Church, Sunday, the Rite of Con- firmation Theatre goers are delighted that U. S. ARMY INTERESTED Mr. Petersen of the Northwest will, be administered by the W. H. Theatre is now being IN LOCAL BASKETBALL Airlines Inc., took delivery this the Rt. Rev. W. A. Geddes, Bishop of operated every week night with CLUB ACTIVITIES. veek of a dandy station wagon and Yukon. three changes of pictures each week also a large gas tank truck. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- days, Last Tuesday evening at the N. Capt. Parsons chief of the Can-- , each picture running two S. A. A. Hall the local lads and C. Beaumont arrived from Daw- son adian Signalling Corps was in town nights. this week having ' been trans- ferred this week on an official trip and Mr. Alguire is to be commended lassies ran another double-head- er of to this point. At present he is left Wednesday on his return trip to for providing nightly entertainment basketball games. . This was no or- dinary employed at the local depot of the Victoria. for the townspeople and the large contest because for the first w. p. & y. r. ; influx of army men now in the dis time in the history o Whitehorse ' i I trict and no doubt will secure that the basketball club was honoured in BECORD WAR BUDGET measure of patronage which his ef- forts having the U. S. Army troops as ANNOUNCED BY BRITISH merit. spectators, which , no doubt put CHANCELLOR OF more pep into the sport which has Christ Church-Anglica- n- THE ESTATE OF always been quite popular here. ! EXCHEQUER. LOCrfcHURCH Now that our American friends are THE OLD LIONEL A. VINAL here it is hoped that in the very Whitehorse On Tuesday in the British House Deceased near future to arrange contests be- tween Rev. L. G. Chappell, L. Th. of Commons the Chancellor of the ALL PERSONS having any claims the different U. S. companies Rector. Exchequer, Sir Kingsley Wood, against the estate of the above-nam- ed before their work takes them away brought down his 1942-- 3 budget for deceased are required to file SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1942 from us. The executive of the raising the record amount of $23,- - the same with the Public Admini basketball club have made arrange- ments 10.00 a. m. Sunday School ,511,000,000 The tax-burden- ed nat-- i strator at Dawson on or before the for these different Companies 11.00 a m. Morning Prayer. ion are now bemg called upon to 17th day of-- July, 1942, support to have two nights a week in the 7.30 p.m. Confirmation Service. jpay additional levies on beer, whis-- 1 ed by statutary declaration, after local hall-Wednes- day and Saturday Preacher: Bishop of Yukon. I key, tobacco and other luxuries. which date the estate will be dis- tributed, With the Whitehorse Club having CXXTXXXXXXXXXTITXTXXXTTTTT The tax on beer is to be raised from having reference only to games on Tuesday and Friday. The two to four cents a pint. That claims which on have been so filed. Badminton Club have Monday and rXXXXXXXXIHHXTTTTtlXTXTTl whiskey will be increased by a ALL PERSONS indebted to the Thursday evenings which just about little over a dollar a bottle. The said estate are requested to make rounds out a week's schedule for tax on tobacco is to be increased Catholic Church by immediate payment to the PAiblic the hall. For information in regard two and a half dollars a pound ' Administrator. ' to the various games taking place Rev. Father J. J. Adam, O .M. I. which is equivalent to three cents DATED AT DAWSON this 17th watch the sign board next to the SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1942 on a package of cigarettes Amuse- ment day of April, 1942. barber shop. Spectators will be ad- mitted N.00 a. m. Communion Mass. tax is also being increased all C. E. McLEOD, free to these games until the 10.30 a. m Mass and Sermon. along the line, such increases rang- ing Public Administrator. play-of- fs start. So come out and 7.30 p. m. Rosary and Benedicton from a few cents to over two (2003) 16-- 3 boost team your along. Until further notice all sewices and a half dollars for a ringside n ill be held in the Churcn. s seat at a boxing match. The teams playing last Tuesday were as follows: tXXXXXXXXXTYYTTV t I trtTTTp In the course of his address to the WHITEHORSE INN: E. Caddy House the Chancellor stated "I have i 12, D. Gentleman 4, L. Carmchael 7, CXXXXXXXTtlllttTTTTrrnxp no course but to look to the tax- payer Home for J. Richards 4, B. MacBride 4. Total further new substantial 31.'; , . . W. II. THEATRE contributions. ' There must be fur- ther REGINA HOTEL: W. Gordon fi, curtailment of civilian con- sumption Bakery D. Richards 2, M. Nelson W. 8. Whitehorse ... ... Yukon and the policy of stabiliz- ation Allan 10, G. Wilson 4. Total 30. will be continued' . and de- veloped. Front Street , P. A. A.: W. Gordon 8, I. Mur- ray BREAD 6, L. Cyr 6,F. Baker 5, L. Se.-me- r 2. Total 27. : Showing: this week : OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT DOUGHNUTS Y. S. A.v T.r J. Gentlema nS, il. MOON OVER BURMA PIES MacDonald 12, P. Cyr 4, J Mac--' April Bride 2. Porter 2. Ttotal28. NEWS 9 Thursday ...v 36 21 COOKIES, Etc. Referee: Jack Lee in both, 10 Friday '.. 38 29 games. Anzacs in Action 11 Saturday 41 26 Leave your orders at our Spotlight IndoChlna i 12 Sunday 42 19 store and have them de- - Now Open1- - Every Week Night. 13 Monday 42 17 livered Mr. Gardiner and Mr. Brooke 14 Tuesday 43 15 FRESH ANY DAY have arrived to join the clerical staff tXXlXXXXXXiTTTiTTTTlxXTYXT? 15 Wednesday . 42 17 of the W. P. & Y. ' R.