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Whitehorse Star, v. 42, no. 3, Friday, January 16th, 1942.

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Frc-- mi- - OSCULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY VOLUME XXXXII. No. 3. WHITEHORSE, YUKON FRIDAY JANUARY 16th, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION $3.00 PER YEAR. p. BECKER OF EDMONTON ! WHITEPASS TIE LEAGUE . LAMED SUPERINTENDENT STANDING WITH ANOTHER OF C. P. P CONTROLLED WIN LAST SUNDAY. , ESTEaN AIR-LINE- S. , (Contributed) WINNIPEG, Jan. 8. Organiza- tion The Whitepass handed their sup- porters of the western district .'of all a repeat performance when tf.e air services recently acquired by they chalked up an 8-- 4 win over the C.P.R., under the general super- intendency the Town in a fast hockey game of C. Becker, of Edmon- - last Sunday. This makes the' fourth !. ton, was announced Thursday by game this season and. evens thl Grant McConachie, assistant to teams' standing, each having tv trie vice-preside- nt in charge of air games in hand. Both teams playe; services. . : " . hard fast hockey with plenty o The new district will be compris- ed passing on each forward line. In of lines in Saskatchewan, Al- berta, the absence of- - Goalie Roth the British Columbia and the Town sent in Cy McLeod who-gav- e territory to the north of those pro- vinces. a creditable performance lor tin B. Phillips, formerly vice-preside- nt losers. John MacBride refereed the of Yukon Southern Air first period until Jack Lee put o: Transport, Edmonton, has been his skates. named assistant to the general sup- erintendent Caddy opened the scoring in tin of the western district. '"irst period from close in and Nor-- '. Another district, comprising line-i- n rington added another on a pass Manitoba, western Ontario -- and CANADIAN TANK CORPS AWAIT ORDERS from Caddy. Coach Harbottle ;hoved in his second line and northern territory tributary to both, In line abreast some of the- - Canadian Tank Brigade in -- Don, is in process of formation. training in Britain with their new "Matilda" tanks, eagerly await Murray scored for the Town on ar Appointed, to aid Mr. Becker at more active operations. assist from Fred Blaker. Before Edmonton are W. E. Straith, now'oJ the period tended brothel Dennis who will be superintend- ent put the puck behind McLeod for hi-- ; Winnipeg, OJvrPT.F,TF, ENFORCEMENT MISS GRACE WYNESS OF annual and left of pilot training, dispatching score the score NATIONAL RESOURCES DAWSON BECOMES BRIDE 3. to 1. nand meteroogical services for the western district, and N. Dennisori. MOBILIZATION ACT ? W- - STROMKINS. Tan Murray trllied' for the Tow.i now of Vancouver who will' be dis- trict IS THE PREDICTION. in the 'second on an assist from superintendent of maintenance On Tuesdayy, January oth, at the Todd. Metcalfe and D. Blaker The districts will be divided into Parliament re-assem- bles next home of the bride's parents. Miss tangled, each serving two minutes four divisions: Wednesday but only to attend the Grace Wyness, youngest daugnter uf i and when 41 m Norrington 1 got ... two min- - v Saskatchewan division, with head- quarters prorogation of "Hie present session Mr. and Mrs'. J. Wyness, became iuks me xown. sent in tneir strong- est at Regina, connecting with which began onWovember 3rd. line-u- p. Then Caddy lifted the became the bride of Mr. W. 'Strom-kin- s. puck off the Saskatcon, North Battleford, Prince 1940. The - new session . will open ice, hoping to waste The Rev. W. Valentine of- ficiated time, but was sent to the bench for Albert and the Goldfields area, the following day and is more than . . . . . to become memorable one. at the, ceremony which took his efforts. With .only three left on 1111 V 1 1 1 L A T C 1 1 I L 1 1 1 1. 1 11V. V Ill likely a i'raine Airways. The largest budget ever to be pre- sented place at 8 a. m. the ice the Whitepass tried to stop a Edmonton division, north and to parliament in the history The bride was given in marriage power play, but the Town stormed northeast to Yellowknife, the Mac- kenzie of the country will, be a measure by her father and attended by 'Miss Richards' citadel.. Brod Cyr failed river area and the Arctic introduced, but it is not anticipated Solway Dines. The groom' wa.? Jit-tend- ed to get the puck away and Phelps. -- got region, , .under the superintendency that it will ;be a contentious one. It by George' JTownsend. Dur- ing his stick, on it near the blueline and of. W. J. Windrum, formerly assist- ant is more than likely that our future the siging of" the register Mrs. let drive with a shot that gave Rich- -' ards no chance. manager of United Air Services war policy will demand the greater L. L. Rogers sang "I love you truly"., Ltd., Edmonton. consideration in the House with and was accompanied at the piano With the score three-a- ll the pace Edmonton-Yuko- n division, north complete enforcement of the Nat- ional by Mr. J..D. Dines. From'O to 10 auickened and Macdonald was sent and northwest to the Yukon andj Resources Mobilization Act in p. m;, many friends called .'0 extend off for charging. Ian Murray sank ,. alt tha-- . all its main objective. ' one more for the Town,' .but the including operations in probability congratulations to the bridal couple territory, under the. superintend- ency This is a matter in which all Can- adians who received under a bower f pink Whitepass' second line, taking ad- vantage of E. R. R. Field, formerly are vitally concerned. It is and white streamers and v e.Llbg of the' Town's lack of subs. operations manager for Yukon one which will demand the exercise bells. f- - Mr. ' and Mrs. Stromk'ns jhc pot four goals in quick succession. Southern. J. Barber has been ap- pointed of wisdom aria sanity of judgment taking up thei resident?'; at the Norrington and MacBride each go! assistant superintendent to on the part of our elected represent- atives. north 'end of the Uwn neor St. one unassisted and Hilton, working" Mr. Field, with headquarters at Most assuredly --,this is no Mary's Hospital. smoothly with Nelson.' got two on Whitehorse. time for indulgence 'in that form of the latter's passes. Caddy c6m- - Vancouver division", northeast to vitriolic criticism which has, on oc- casion, jpleted the scoring' with, his second Fort St. John, and, covering all characterized some parlia- mentary BLACK-OU- T REGULATIONS goal making the score 8 for the operations- - on the ' west coast and debates of the past. Whitepass against, the Town's 4 AT COAST TO REMAIN The teams: ' interior of British Columbia, under 'the .superintendency of W. E. Gil- bert, IN FORCE INDEFINITELY WHITEPASS Richards, D. Kla-k- er formerly superintendent of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Taylor and (1), MacDonald, Caddy (2). r 1 : as ""t- - i 1T....,. their young daughter, who left here Vancouverites are. having to ''take Norrington (2), W. Cyr, B. 'An(ler-- -' VUHfll.Uflll .THWCIja CVfc OIII.UUVCI. Appointments are efctive im by Y. S. A. T. plane ' for the coast it on the. chin" these days what son,' Perchie, Hilton (2), Nelson I. well-earne- d with snow, sleet and rain clamour- ing Cyr, MacBride (1) 8. , mediately, Mr. McConachie said. recently,, are. enjoying a vacation trip. They have been for first place, coupled with n TOWN Metcalfe. Bird," Todd, r reported shortage of fuel and an of- ficial Murray (2), Phelps (1). D. friends since Murray Mr. Becker, who flew airplanes to feted by many of. their announcements- - that black-o- ut (1), F. Blaker, Porter, Paterson. the Arctic in the late 1920's and their arrival in Vancouver, 4. regulations now in operation are to o . early in 1930's, is a barrister and back remain" in force indefinitely. This Mr. and Mrs. Otto and two child- ren former crown prosecutor , in city A. F. school in Manitoba,' going shortly after the start "three-in-one- '', arrangement is irk- some of Cowley were visitors in town into aviation; police court. He is a former presi- dent the First Great to say the least and not at all this week. They arrived Wednes- day In of the Edmonton and Northern of the new war. Naval Air conducive to the cultivation of a night and returned' home Alberta Aero club. War he was in the Royal on happy disposition. s this morning's train. Journal. ... Recently he had headed an R. C. Force. Edmonton JANUARY 16th, 1942 FRIDAY, F'ACJK TWO MIE WIIITEIIORSE STAR WIIlTEIIOftSE YUKON ' ' " ' ' ' ' . 1- - ; I BtjpaaaK.MM.r of Black Shirts, Italian East Africa, on the situation there. For live years after the Italian ,.'' "Voioo o the Yukon conquest of Ethopia, Italians poured money into their East African : ter An Independent. Journal ritories. Boastfully, they, declared r that by directed industry, unity, national pride and the vigor of. a Published, ev.i'ry Friday at re-bo- rn state. Fascism would buld , in Africa a new Roman Empire. and Whitehorso, Yukon Territory Italian genius for, colonization The White Pass Yukon Route On the Trail of '98 would establish new standards foi the world. Ethiopia, would be the The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to wonder colony of the . Twentieth ' Member C Canadian Weekly.. Century. Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska- - Newspapers', Association. The Bonacorsi repori strips the mask. It tells a story of graft and AIRPLANE SERVICE HORACE- - K.'-MOOR- E Tublishoi- - .corrupt ;on of troops in rags while contractors made millions. "Let the plane service, making connections northbound and south- - V Let 'us 'have Faith thatright makes '. tnitn be: , known." Bonacorsi ex- - . .. , ' . .a.- - m . ct TTTt.:i.-- 1 ' C bound with steamers av oitagway. oervnig wuneiiurse, might: and in tliat faith let us to t.a,;n1s .as hc makes these direct : and Dawson. For information Selkirk, Mayo Carmacks, tl.o-en- d dare to do mir duty-a- s we (.!WnCs: ; understand it. -- Lincoln. "Our troops arc in rags, bare apply to any . Footed., torn, and naked,, in such a X .JANUARY 16th, 1942 lamentable state of absolute infer- iority, WHITE PAS SAG E N T, o r with the Abyssin-ian- s compared 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B, C. that they are called the "Mos- - A NICE GESTURE ouin". (Word ised for beggars in j () both East Africa and Egpt.) It is well known that' several U. "There are not sufficient reserve S. Army planes with their crews stocks m the' Army depots, nonts,v; cratic impositions, have the. patience and the Company pays for seed, arrived at the local have recently no uniforms, no boots andnothing of a saint, demonstrate that he had labor, harvesting, packing,, trans- port,, airport en route to Alaska and, we else that is required. : means, losing months and months. interest on capital, etc., from ;ire informed, many more will hp seven to eight lire a kilo. It is sold On the other' hand', contractors "Millions have been spent to j These arriving here in the future. build luxurious villas with modern .' who went to Ethopia without a tdthe State , at 28 Tire a kilo while officers and their constitute a crews having bankrupt in the' difference is pocketed, by the fine "tMe of young men from stylc furniture. Persian carpets, sil-- a penny, gone Italy, returned to Italy as million- aires owners of the company." - 11. parts of the United States.' This ver cutlery and so forth .for the several times over. "A certain Tacchini," .the is their first experience in the hcad ot' Government Departments report vice-Governor- s." Bonacorsi cites the case of Mar-- instances further," who lived in .north to which point they have been jand 'despatched as much for our pro-- ! Bonacorsi made these rcmarkabk cello , Diaz, controlling the Societa j Addis Ababa at the time when ex- - that' Cotoni in the Trans-Jub- a district port of hides frofn the Empire to teetion ,as For . of the residents predictions: "who with the greatest of ease and' Italy was prohibited, in . some way in Alaska. Up to the present they, "In the'-Empir- c 1 rebellion is latent no risk of danger to himself is put- ting unknown, managed to obtain an ex- port have.. passed, through this port pf and will have its tragic end when millions into his pocket at the licence for several hundred entry like "Ships that pass in the in case of war, hostilities begin, expense of the Italian community. tons He made a profit of several night." This is not . in accordance j , "If from any of our frontiers ? The cotton is cultivated by natives millions." with' "The spirit of the Yukon" nor . single British or French unit re- does it exemplify the true senti-- 1 solutely marches into our territory ment of this community toward j with its flag flying, it will not neeo' those now on active service "Under armed men. because the greater Two Flags." part of the Abyssinian people wil: Since many of these mn have join them to fight against us anc-no- t enjoyed a home atmosphere lot turn us out. ATTENTION several moihs past it is a fo:ei;o.c "I do not know, if we shall be conclusion that the arm-cha- ir' at- - able, in case of emergency, to face mosphcre engendered is beneficial 1 Up to what may happen in view of FUR DEALERS, TRADERS, TRAPPERS AND FUR to host and guests alike. . the unprepared and abandonee FARMERS . In drawing this mattej- - to the at- - ; state of our army." tention of our readers at this time! Whatever his other qualifications SHIP your fur to our we realize that there .are many in : Bonacorsi was a good prophet monthly fur auction sales AUCTION SALE DATES this 'community who .are onyl too Twelve months later, almost to f. for highest prices Cash 1942 willing occasionally' to entertain ajday, men from, South - Africa and January ....,.. 7th advances few of. these airmen at their homes i British East" Africa marched intr made upon re January ......... 23rd when such airmen ' are remaining ; the Ethiopian capital, quest; by wire if desired February 20th in town over-ni- ht The advantage j Bonacorsi relates how, from hir' Sales scheduled -- for the 17th March 20th of such impromptu gatherings lies in ; own observations, contractors al-- . and 29th of December have April 24th their informality and the easy man- - most to a man, only- - thought of been postponed .until Jan --May 22nd ner in which they can be carried out j making money without excessive ' June 7th, 1942, to ...19th the by first contacting the officer in . scruples at the expense of the State owing W unsettled market . 24th conditions command who would be only too and the workmen. Workmen were ready and willing to. divide Ihose in not paid the indemnities, allowances WESTERN CANADIAN RAWFUR his charge into small groups for the rates, and premiums due to them. AUCTION SALES convenience of he hosts of any par- - Clothing to which they were entit- - 303 A West Pender Street tigurar evening. The amount of j led Without payment and food were preparation necessary to provide I insufficient. Sleeping quarters were . Vancouer, B- - C. . such occasional entertainment is i inadeouatp . . J 3 negligible when contrasted . with With a few exceptions, in the the enjoyment- - dxrrived from such case of farming, land was almost gatherings py these men on active I untouched. No land Office existed service-who-ar- e far from their own ; to., ascertain what land was available ,llliIllIXXIITllUlMIUIXJX home surroundings. . j for allotment to nationals who ap-- ! plied for it in order to develop it. niinctnwistompany, Ltd. B A REVEALING DOCUMENT i Such .concessions as were granted -- .rtTIcf - r ; . " ' ,,had for the most part been given to win De plemto consult When British troops marched j State concerns, or those "controlled youJgrding :' into Addis Ababa and Mussolini's ( or financed , by the State, which r V EastAfrican Empire crumbled to cost the nation tens of millions of Light, Power. Supplies and dust, .they found a revealing docu- ment? lire without .attaining the ends in Installations It was a report written in view. The Italians who applied for April, 1940, by General Arconov- - a small piece of land had to sub-- 1 ! W RTTPnnnnn aldo 'Bonacorsi. InsDector General mit tn an onHUe e i U -- I. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16th, 1942 'ME VT1MTH! 10RSE STAR. WlflTElfORSE- - YUKON PAGE THREE CO-OPERATI- VE STORE "The House of Quality" AT SPRUCE CREEK GOES UP IN FLAMES. IDEAL WINTER TOGS We regret to ' announce that at ten-thir- ty 'Friday morning on Spruce Creek the Atlin Co-Oper-a- tive Children's Store caught fire and all stock and store was completely burned up. Mr. Frank Kivi the manager, Snow Suits had just gone over to their cold storage plant to cut some meat to fill orders and was leaving the plant with detachable helmets when he saw smoke coming from the cellar part of the building. He 1 rushed over to the store, but the fire had too miich of a hold and be- fore Ladies": anything could be done to put out . the flames the fire was out of control. ' As far as can be learned Matched the fire was caused by a gasoline lamp which was placed, in the-cella- r which is made in the hill side con- nected Ski Jackets .with the store. The lamp has been kept most of this winter in the cellar to keep the stocks from freez- ing. and Slacks We are happy to Relate that the loss is partly, if not all, covered ' These lined Storni-- f will fby-insuranc- e. No person seems to (!;il);illilie ;! nneiit s have been in the building when the "Tops".' for style. fire was discovered. Ole the ceremony. The bride was ' i L JPmm ..rfrii LCjveh in marriage by her father and Also see our disl;i-- v of ski . ..iiMrlMi fliiiriferiiiiM utrmiiii was attended by her sister Mrs. accessories t'e;ituriui; j';ilai-di- ne BRITISH SUBMARINE COMES HOME FOR REFIT James Fulton. Mr Fulton attend- ed ski caps for ladies, ski-gn'- s, ' ' , , the groom and Jack Anderso;? ski'keroliiel's, mitts This British Submarine's most deadly and shattering weapon, and Henry Breaden, brother of ihe and socks. the giant 21 ft. torpedo, is being hoisted' by slender cable for in- spection bride, acted-a- s ushers. on board the submarine depot ship. When submarines re- port Following the ceremony a -- pl-ion to their depot ship, usually based in harbour, the officers and Northern was held at' the home of the men of the submarine come aboard for. rest and relaxation while I bride's parents which' was attended fitters and artisans overhaul' their vessel. Commercial by a large number of friends oi' the bridal couple. Mr. and Mi-;;- . Miller Co. Ltd. T6 will be remaining in Mayo for the ATLIN NUGGETS Fit ES IN ATLIH winter. ER OUGHT QUICKLY UNDER Mr. Art Lindberg of Srjruce Creek CONTROL BY FIRE BRIGADE. left to join his wife in Vancouver by last Princess. Fire That's Atlin's most dreaded - cry. That one word shakes the if SA VE TIVIE BYA1R Mrs. G. Dunn Of Spruce Creek, left own, fills deserted,, streets with by last plane, for Vancouver to rapidly moving anxious 'people. And spend a few ' weeks with her par- ents. that has occurred twice already ' this year. On the second at .4.30 p. ONLY A m., Gorman Smyth's radio shop be- came a blazing inferno. The prompt FEW HOURS iction of citizens brought the blaze under control in record time for the TO town. They arrived with chemical fire fighting equipment the ' red Beyond Vancouver glass fire bomhs were responsible Companion for bringing the fire under control; the large Atlin Fire Dept. chemical OR A1R-EXPR- I finishedthe job. Several radios were lost but most of the equip- ment B.C.Double was saved and "the shop sus- tained Edmonton INLAND ROUTE comparatively small damage.' Distilled .., And then on the third at about .ALASKA, dusk, a gas lamp crashed to the Canadian Rye Whisky floor in Ole Skalle's home. S But THREE FLIGHTS WEEKLY Ole's prompt and cool action saved 14 YEARS OLD a disaster he threw, the blazing Fares to Single lamp and curtains out into the snow., Thus the excitement was over before the large chemicals Edmonton $85.00 could arrive, as they are on wheels MMl and have to be pulled uphill .thru the snow to any fire that occurs in Vancouver $99.00 ' London Dry -- urn t0W"' (Plus Tax) , FINE PRODUCTS OF MILLER BR EADEN Save 10' ; on Return Fares. NUPTIALS CELEBRATED BritishCotobiaWIer PLANES LEAVE WHITEIIORSE HEW f AT MAYO, Y. T. MONDAY WEDNESDAY - SATURDAY On Saturday, December 20th, at St. Mary's Chiirch Mayo, Miss Vera For Full Information Consult Mae Breaden, daughter of Mr. and J. Barber, - Whitehorse This advertisement is not published j Mrs. J?mes Breaden, became the or displayed by the Government of : bride oT Carl Milles of Jasper, Alta Yukon Territory. The Rev. J. H. Vance officiated a E YUKON FRIDAY, JANUARY 16th, 1942 PAGE FOUR THE WIHTEIIORSE- - STAR, WIHTEIIORSE. .DAWSON MAYO THE R E I S NO O T H E R TO BACC O JUST LIKE OLD CH UM Marry Gleaves of the Arcade Cafe Alex.' Barry ' is watchman at the has left for Vancouver where he T.-- Y. Corp. camp which was shut will spend the next few months. down sometime ago. S5to dfenfO too 0SDHB . Al. Bates is now a member of the staff at the F. and F. Cafe replacing Tommy Jackson has closed his Frank Yokabata. hotel at Keno. He has not been in very good health of late. Lawrence ' Campbell of Indian River made a trip to town last week "Jakey the Miner"' Jacobsen and with Judy his trusty horse. iEllis "Power-hous- e" Johnson are drifting this winter, on their Duncan Creek ground ... just above Minto Sister Mary Faustina of St. " Bridge. : . Mary's Hospital, has left on a trip : to Victoria. The only silver property now pro- ducing . . ore in this . district at the John Melville of the Bear. Creek present time is the Berrningham-Settleme- ir electrical crew is now able to re-- " group where Elleff Bjon-ne- s turu to his work again. and Bobbie- - Graves are taking out high grade ore. Mrs. E. R. Copelahd having re- ceived . word of the illness of her Nine Lansing Creek trappers ar- rived father in Vancouver has left forythe in Mayo via dog teams on coast. , December 23rd in time to take in the Christmas ceebrations. They Several have entered St. Mary's reported heavy snow falls and stat- ed Hospital this week to secure med:cnl the catches so far are not as treatment including Mrs. Corbett, good as they were last year. They Mrs. Paul DesBrisay, Roy Butter-wort- h left oh their return trip December and Ralph Boyer. 27th with theih suppiies. lU XD LJVL Benny Kingswell made the round It is reported around town that The Tobacco of Quality trip to Granville last Tuesday in the property and holdings of the place of George Fulton who was in- disposed.. Treadwell-Yuko- n Corporation Ltd., On his return trip Benny are up for sale. It is understood o STi QSCfiBB fSSQ nBG am brought back with' him Maurice that the light and power plant oper- ated Smith, Taddie's book-keep- er who by the company will be kept in so rane ose qsddob raa egd en route to the coast. operation this y, A throughout winter. It is subsidized to the extent -- of $5000 Frank Gough who has been in per annum by the Territorial Gov- ernment. poor health for the past year or two The more revenue we receive locally the more we can spend locally- - passed away here recently. He' was born 'in England sixty yeirs ag For several yeais he wis employ ed in several hotels in town but more recently .he was interested in min- ing. One of the company's dredges Yo N rest nd Best worked some of his ground on u r ea a Lower Bonanza a few years ago '- - . . which enabled the deceased to re-- alize sufficient funds to provide him with a livehood in his late years. FUR MARKET ! MRS. DAN. MATHESON FORMERLY OF DAWOSN Furs consigned to us are sold in Ctpen Auction to AND MAYO DIES AT COAST. 1942 Buyers who bid for Furs M Auction Sales everywhere. . Mrs. Dan (Adolphine) Matheson You arc thus assured of. Top Market Prices- - : AUCTION SALE DATES formerly of Dawson and Mayo pass- ed away in Vancouver, B. C, Dec- ember 24th, after a lingering ilness, January 26th We make liberal cash advances on .shipments await- ing at' the age of 57 years. March 2nd . Born in California the late Mrs. sale, when requested. Our selling charges are lower Matheson arrived in Dawson during April . 8th Remittances sale concluded. are sent immediately a -- is the rush days and before her gold May ....... . . . ... 7th , marriage in 1901 was employed as s telephone operator. She and her July ..r 7th' WE INVITE YQUR husband left Dawson' in 1920 for V' August . 25th Mayo where "they operated a store CORRESPONDENCE and telephone exchange system be- tween Mayo and Keno They re- tired from active business in 1938 and moved to the coast taking up Fuf Auction Sales .. their residence at 777 Burrard St , Edmonton Vancouver. Their son Malcolm has been carrying on .the business in LIMITED Mayo since that time. 'The funeral .services were held on December 29th, interment being made in the Edmonto Alberta Masonic cemetery, Burnaby.' To the bereaved ones sincerest sympathy is extended. ' FRIDAY JANUARY 16th, 1942' 'HE' WIHTEIIORSE ST A li, WHITEIIORSE. YUKON PAGE FIVE feet on each 'side of the base line! Registration of any document $2.00 When $500.00 has been expended (Other claims shall not exceed five Recording an abandonment $2.00 or paid the locator may, upon hav- ing hundred feet in length by one thou- sand If it affects more than one claim a survey made, and upon com- plying feet in depth. Claims shall be For each additional claim"..'.; $1.00 with other requirements, ob- tain as nearly as possible rectangular in Abstract of Title a lease for a term cf twenty-on- e form and shall be marked by two .For first entry ..............'.. ...... $2.00 years, with the right to renewal Synopsis ol Mining Law legal posts, one at each end of the For each additional entry ........ .50 for further terms of twenty-on- e claim, numbered "1" and "2" re- spectively. For copy of Document years. Claims located prior to July .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, and 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 be recorded with the Mining I Any person eighteen" years of age, towards which it fronts. For 200 to 1,000 inches ..... $50.00 Recorder in triplicate. ,vr over shall have the right to enter, For each additional 1,000 inches Schedule of Fees A discoverer shall' be entitled to a locate, prospect arid mine upon any ' or fraction thereof $50.00 Recording-ever- y claim .... $10.00 Claim 1,500 feet in length, and a Q!)ands in the Yukon Territory, party of two discoverers For a substitutional record .. $l0.0(t " tyo claims, fwhether .vested in the Crown or . ... QUARTZ MINING ill ' each of 1,250 feet in length. Application for a lease ... $10.00 -- riihe.rvise,: for the minerals defined Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve- ments vin the Yukon Quartz . Mining Act The boundaries of any claim may claims in good standing at the time ...... 5.00 ,-j- ynd the Yukon Placer Mining Act, be enlarged to the size of a claim of its location, a mining claim shall If recorded within 14 days alter Ivith certain reservations set out in allowed by the. Act, if the enlarge- ment be rectangular in shape and shall expiry date " .... $5.00 the said Acts. does -- not interf ei e with the not exceed 1,500- - feet in length by If after 14 days and within .! rights of other persons or terms of 1,500 feet in width. three months .. $15.00 I No. person shall enter for mining any agreement with the crown. If after three, months and with- in purposes or shall mine upon lands Evefclaim shall be marked on ;iwned or lawfully occupied by an-1- " An application for a claim" may be the ground by two legal posts, one six months $25.00 pother until adequate security has filed with the Mining Recorder at each extremity of the location Recording every certificate of been furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located line, numbered "1" and "2" respect- ively. . of work v. $5.00 the Mining Recorder for any loss or. if within ten miles of the Recorder's On the side of No. 1 post For a certificate of partnership $5.00 damage which may be thereby office. One extra day shall be al- lowed facing N5. 2 post shall be inscribed Recording assignment, abandon- ment, paused. for every additional ten miles the name of the claLn, a letter in- - affidavits, or any other ;if : . ; ' r .. document v. . . . $2.50 or-fractio- n thereof. A claim may be I Where claims are being located If document affects more than located on Sunday or any public the number of feet to the right or , which are situated more than one ' ' one claim, for each additional holiday. , . left of the" location line, the date of f hundred miles from the Mining Re- corder's claim . . $1.00 location and the name of the locator. office, the locators, not less Any person having recorded a For granting period of six On No. 2 the side facing No. I than five in1 number, are authorized clajm shall not have the right to lo- cate post, on months within which to re-- 1 shall be inscribed the name post, J to meet and appoint one of their another claim in the valley or cord ........ $4.00 of the claim, the date of location, I number, as emergency recorder, basin of same creek within sixty For an abstract of the record of and the of the locator. name ;f whoshall as soon as possible deliver days of locating first claim.- - ', a claim: the application and fees, received to The claim shall be recorded with- in For the first entry $4.00 Title I, (he Mining Recorder for the District. fifteen, days if located within ten For each additional entry ..... .50 'A ' Any person having complied with miles of fhe mining Recorder's of- fice; For copies of any document re- corded I If two or more persons own a .the provisions, of the Act with res- pect one additional day shall be' al- lowed where same do not j claim, each such person shall contri- - to locating and recording a for every additional ten miles exceed three folios $4.00 bute proportionately to his interest fto claim shall be entitled to a grant or fraction thereof. Where such copies exceed three the work required to be done lor one year and shall have the ab- solute folios, 30 cents per folio for J thereon, and when proven to the Adjoining claims not exceeding right of renewal from every folio over three. j, 1 year Gold Commissioner that he has not eight in number be grouped, may For of at- torney to year thereafter, provided 'during recording a. power I done so his interest be vested may the representation work necessary to stake frbm each year he does or causes to be one in the other co-own- ers. for each claim then be may per- formed . . . $4.00 done $200.00 worth of work of the person The survey of a claim made by a claim, files with the Mining --Recorder on. any one or more of the For recording a power of attor- ney duly qualified Dominion Land Sur- veyor within fourteen days after the claims in the group. - to stake from two per- sons shall be accepted as defining expiration of the claim an affidavit Every application for a full claim .. ... ...... k 8,00 absolutely the boundaries of the showing a detailed statement of the shall be made -- on Form "A" and for For recording an assignment or claim surveyed, provided the survey work, and pays the required renewal a Fractional claim on Form "A-- l' other document, relatin.2. to a is approved by the proper author- ity fee. quartz mining lease $3.00 and remains unprotested during, No person is entitled to locate Rental, whole or fractional rnin-er- al the period of advertisement. GROUPING more than one claim in the same claim granted under Under certain conditions claims mining district within twenty days. lease for term of 21 years.. $50.00 A person about to undertake e." Rental for renewal' term of 21 may be grouped and "the work re- quired bona fide prospecting trip may se- cure The timber on a mineral claim is ...... $200.00 years to be performed to entitle from - the Mining Recorder reserved until the Mining Recorder the owner or owners to renewals " of . Dredging: written permission to record at his certifies that the same is required the several claims grouped may be A lease may be issued for a peri- od own risk a claim within six months. for use in mining operations on the performed on any one or more of of, fifteen years for a continuous claim. The Commissioned-- , however, A legal post must stand four feet the claims in the grouping. If "the stretch of river not exceeding ten may issue a permit to holders of above the ground, squared or laced claims grouped are owned by more other claims to remove" the timbers miles in length giving the exclusive for the upper eighteen inches and than one . person a partnership right to dredge for gold, silver and for use in their mining operations measuring four inches across tne agreement creating a joint and platinum. The lessee must have at where other timber is not readily faced . portion. The post must be several liability, on the part of all " least one dredge in- - operation on the available. . : firmly fixed in the ground. the owners, for the joint working of leasehold within three years. the claims shall be executed and Title Petroleum and Natural Gas Priority of location shall be deem- ed filed with the Mining .Recorder. A lease be issued for to convey priority of right. Cer-- y Any person , having complied with may a per- iod tain disputes may be heard and de- - Taxes and Fees lthe provisions of the Act with re- gard of twenty-on- e years for an area of not to. exceed 1,920 acres giving termined by a Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at the rate of two and to locating and recording a the right to the petroleum and nat- ural one-ha- lf per cent, on the value of claim shall be entitled to hold it for Grants of claims grouped or own- ed gas on the area leased. A rent- al all gold shipped from the Yukon one year from the date of the record, by one person may be made re- newable is charged of 50 cents per acre Territory shall be paid to the Com- ptroller. and thereafter from year to year, on the same date. for the first year and $L00 per acre . provided during each yearhe does , for each subsequent PLACER MINING For-gra- nt to a claim for . or causes"To be done work on the year. , oneear mu. ........ .' $10.00 claim to the value of $100.00 and' k Assay Office Creeks means any natural water For renewal of grant shall, within fourteen days after the' An Assay Office is maintained by course having an average width of Tf renewed within 14 days. expiration of the' year, satisfy the the Government at Vancouver, less than one hundred and fifty feet after expiry date ' $10.00 Mining Recorder that the work has where gold exported from ,the Tei between its banks. - if after 14 days and within 3 been done, and pay 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 may be paid in lieu of assessment G. A. .TECKELL. along the base line, by one thousand months .. . . $45.00 work. Controller. FRIDAY JANUARY 16th, 1942 YUKON WIILTEIIORSE? PACK srx THE W1IITEII0RSE STAR, Local Happenings Mr. W, H. Acheson arrived in : Another ' I. O. D. E. Bridge Party town this week from Fairbanks en will be held next Friday, January SCHOOL SIZE route to Atlin, B. Cr . 23rd, in the Masonic Hall as usual. Sweet Juicr Navel Oranges " George Bacon and Alec. Smith ; Dr. Mounty Franks, the popular arrived from Mayo this week and dentist of Dawson who has been 3 Doz. for $1.00. i.ave left for the Outside. here for ' he past week or so in his Pollock Airways plan.? (pilot T. professional capacity, is leaving for .W. McDonald) arrived i'ronv Fair-Inn- ks the coast tomorrow by Y. S. A. T. Wednesday with a ' full 1. ad plane. . " Frozen Saanich Strawberries of passengers. . I Mrs. Les Cook and infant son ar-rived-- riy Silick arrived from V?i AND DESSERT George Y. S. A. T. plane Tuesday FOR ICE CREAM . couver this week by Y. S. A. T. ' and are now occupying their new .' take his position as plane to up their residence here. We trust stay 'baker on the staff of the Whitehorse AYLMER HOME-MAD- E STYLE in this community will be a long Inn Mr. Cafe. J. L. Sansom,W. P. & Y. R. and happy one. Green Tomato Pickles The overland stage arrived from J agent here, left Tuesday ona busi- ness Dawson yesterday in ctiarge of Geo. j trip to the coast. He will be re- -, Palmer, A. E. Yeulet and A. Van' ... turning on the next northbound , i Bibber. The large cat brought m boat. two' sleigh" loads o oil drums and TAYLOR &DRURY Ltd The Y. S. A. T. plane (Capt. E. other freight. Kubicck) arrived Tuesday with Mr. Ole' Artillo who will remain here as ' ' Mr. Leslie Sands of Atlin, B. C., a radio operator for the Dept. of who operates a taxi service between Transport. Miss E. Your.g was ine that thriving little town and Spruce i I stewardess. ' Creek, is enjoying " a well-earn- ed - vacation in Whitehorse. He is the SURE TO ASK FOR guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. (Vickie) Christ Church-Anglica- n- Clarke. v "Dick" Carswell left Tuesday for Whitehorse the coast en route to Morden,. Man., (TI(2 OLD LOG CIItRCH to join his wife and get his first glimpse at his heir-appare- nt His Rev. L. G. Chapped. L. Th many friends here wish Dick the Rector very best of luck. He deserves it. SUNDAY, JANUARY 18th, 1942 . Northern , Airways plane (pilot 10.00 m. Sunday School.. . Alec. Dame) arrived from Carcross 11.00 a. m Morning Prayer. this week with . the following pas- sengers .7.30 p. m. Evening Prayer and from Atlin, B. C: Miss Sermon. Dorothy Durie, Mrs. Dunn, and Mr. I The annual congregational Lindberg and Leslie Sands. Mrs. meeting will be held in the church Dunn and Mr. Lindberg have left e next Thursday, January 22nd, at 8 for the Outside. Miss Durie is here p. m. v ' on an extended visit and Mr. Sands l jSO. - J The "cat" which brought the rxxxxxx caravan into Whitehorse from Daw- son Catholic Church recently had the misfortune ' on Stf BEER its return trip to go through the ice Rev. Father J. J. Adam, p .M. I. on the MeQuesten river. , The crew i SUNDAY, JANUARY 18th, 1942 left for Dawson and secured an- other "cat" to retrieve the one sunk. 8.00 a. m. Communion Mass. The annual congregational meet- ing 10.30 a. m". Mass and Sermon. 7.30 p. m. Rosary and Behedicton of Christ Church (Anglican) will be held on Thursday ' next, v. i Until further notice all services , January 22nd, at 8 p. m.t in the will be held in the Church. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITITTTl 711 church. It is hoped there will be a This advertisement ia not published or good attendance. At the conclusion displayed by the Government of Yukon Territory. an L. A. A. .J. M M. X Z X 1 of the meeting a social hour will be "BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS" spent in the rectory. A Mayo visitor to the Star office ----- ---- -- - this week was Mr. Archie Martin A PATRON who has been prospecting and min- ing Butter ground Keno hill for the past 8 ,aV" twenty-fiv- e Mr. Martin was siiw years. and FOR 8 Cat i A Try BURNS;' on his way Outside where he ex- pects Shamrock Brdnd Butter Cneainay to spend the next two months j Meats: Eggs YEARS and upon his return north will make headquarters here is Whitehorse. We have a letter froni up- - In his younger years Mr. Martin Burns' Famous Shamrock Brand Products country. The writer states followed the newspaper business, a she has used "all kinds of printer by trade the smell of print- ers canned milk" but. Pacific ink is, still a pleasant reminder Milk continually since 'she of his early .calling! began i "because of its "Xow Can Buy No Better" and flavor. That -- richness, OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT was eight years ago." January 1942 '. It's only real excellence that could bring a milk a pre- ference 9 8 Friday Thursday ..; L.....Z , : 13 4 12 25 Burns & Company Limited J like this. 10 Saturday .' 34 3 11 Sunday ...3 27 riTITTTTTTTITITTITITTTTTTTTTTIITTTTTIIIITIIIIIIXI Pacific Milk 12 Monday 36 28 FOR SALE Self-circulati- ng fur- - Mr. Dan Gillis arrived back in 13 Tuesday ; 38 31 nacette heater for wood. In first-cla- ss town from the coast Wednesday. He IRRADIATED Or COURSE 14 Wednesday 30 15 condition. Apply Star Of- fice. says he would much rather be here fTTTTTTTTTTTTTIIIIIIIIIIII3 The denotes degrees below zero than Outside at the present time.