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mm MmM c ; i CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY J-C- O VOLUME XXXXII. No. L WHITEHORSE, YUKON FRIDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1942 .UbbCUlFlTON $3.00 PER YE All. LARGE ATTENDANCE AT TOWN BEATS WHITEPASS HOSPITAL BALL "WHICH Local Happenings IN FAST HOCKEY GAME WAS GEEAT SUCCESS- - LAST SUNDAY ' It is a pleasure to be able to re- port Mr. and Mrs. John Scott and baby Mr. and Mrs. Dick White" left .: (Contributed) mat the annual hospital ball et't Wednesday for the coast. : Wednesday on a combined business A w somewhat depleated Town hich was held on New Year's Eve fa- - 'and pleasure trip to the coast. team applied a second coat of shel was a great success in every way. Mr. J. Vinall, assistant postmaster f lac to the Whitepass pucksters by ;i 'i Here was 'a large attendance, as left Wednesday for the coast on a' Owing ' to lack of space we are score of 9 to 4 in the, league's sec- ond was tonlicientiy anticrpacea, anu two months! vacation trip. . j forced to hold over several local hockey game Sunday. In the, some expressed their satisfaction by -'- -jf , . ' items until our next issue. absence of 5Dick Bird, Metcalfe, Mating il was one of the best they Mr. and Mrs. - Ken Briggs and j . '" partnered by Scott and Fred Blaker. had enjoyed in years. The N. S. A. baby left Wednesday on a vacation' Mr.' and Mrs. J. Redpath left lor did fine work on the Town defence A. hall was tastefully decorated for trip to the coast and will be awayLhe coast Wednesday and will be against the strong forword line of the occasion and the novelties from home for the. next month or ' away from home for the next few Caddy, Nelson andBrod Cyr. handed around added to the colour so. months. Within a minute of the initial and gaiety whch marked the merg- ing ' face-of- f, Phelps completed a fine of. the Qld Year into the New.- - j Miss MacLean of the Y. S. A. T., k Pilot and Mrs. Sheldon Gunn passing attack by' the Town lor-vyar- ds . i) Edmonton, arrived in town Tues- - (nee Miss Mary MacBride) left with a hard shot well away NEW YEAR'S DINNER day and will be remaining here for '.Wednesday for the coast en route from Richards. When the second AT WHITEHORSE INN a time as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. east where they will reside in the string were sent in, Scott moved up CAIE "WELL PATRONIZD J. A. Barber. Her many friends future. ' from defence and converted a loo, here are glad to welcome her back puck into the. Town's second go;'t! The New Year's. Dinner which Mrs. Alex. Dame and baby ar- - Phelps tallied again to make the is held annually tat the Whitehorse fr rived by Y. S. A. T. plane Wednes- - score three to nothing with the Inn Cafe was well patronized by Dr. Monte Franks, the popular day. Her husband, Who is pilot Whitepass pressing. local residents and out-of-to- wn dentist of Dawson, writes that he ! with Northern Airways Ltd., flew The second and third period-wer- e visitors alike. A sumptuous meal will arrive in town over the week-- ! over the following day to take them refereed 'by Jack -- Ley 'who lad been prepared by the chef, Ed. end en route outside. Those re- quiring back with him to Carcross where kept down roughplay by doling out 'Netroponte, and his assistant Ray his services are requested to they will make their home for the a total of fourteen penalties.. Mur- ray Harris, .'the tables 'were tastefully leave word at the Whitehorse Inn. next few months. scored once and Phelp; twice decorated for the occasion and the .. ' before Nelson took the disc through novelties handed to all guests were Mr. Herbert Tripp of 'the local P. There were many callers at the from a face-o- ff and beat Goalie r. appreciated. The best of A. A. radio telegraph staff will be Denriison home on Boxing Day, Roth with a fast one. Roth play el service was dispensed by a bevy of leaving by the -- next out-goi- ng Y. S. i December 2fith. it being the fourth a splendid game, s.topp'n shots I eauty clad in the familiar colours A. T. plane for Vancouver en route anniversary of their wedding day. from all angles and keeping the of the cafe and in a spirit of gaiety to Seattle where he will be locuieu Throughout' the day Harold and Whitepass to one goal at the second' which was contagious and appreci- ated for the future. Nellie were the recipients of heart- iest interval. by all in attendance: - congratulations from their many In the third period McDonald for : o ! " s.; " Born;, at Morden. . Manitoba, on friends in this community together Whitepass skated the lengtit of the CHURCH SERVICES December 28th, to Mr. and Mrs. with appropriate gifts to comme- morate ice for his team's second goal and , DURING .CHRISTMAS "Dick" Carswell, a? son. The proud the great event. . Nelson boosted his own total to daddy was kept busy handing three but the superior combination, church services held around the cigars on receipt of a The usual of the Town forward;: gaVe them during the Christmas season are al- ways telegram disclosing the good news. ATLIN NUGGETS more shots and more, goals. De- spite looked forward to and enjoyed some outstanding save by Ted by most people in this community. We are informed that the Home Mr. Jim Badger, .manager, for Richards, Scott slipped in tine-goal- s; ' The carol service at Christ Church Bakery has been disposed of to Louis Sehulz is also goin'g south for one . on a fine Mssist from the Sunday before Christmas was Messrs. W. S. Carr and George his annual', holidays with, his farmiy Porter. Both team-- , could do whh greatly . appreciated" by the large Landers who took possession on who reside in North Vancouer. no re combination and b'.h toci.'i'is" in . attendance. The New Year'sDay. Further details congregation t'eence occasionally' pa;,-- ; in front, of " Mr. Jim Eastman, manager of tiiw service this year was varied some- what later. t'i al but last Sunday's garr show- ed Columbia Company of Development to those held previously. The a decided mprnv. men' icr tiie Her friends will be pleased Spruce Creek "is a "passenger south changes so macjle were commendable. many ? lrecied;ng game b- - r i in coiiditk-- n Mrs. J. R. McLean, who on Princess leaving Skagway, Dec- ember The impressive mid-nig- ht service to hear that and gejieral ploy. Si is still in the hospitah is making 31st. - held at the local Catholic Church on WHITEPASS: Richards, Mac-- V Christmas Eve was, the first in the satisfactory progress toward- - recov- ery. Billy Roxoboroijgh' Jr. is a pas- senger Donald, D. Blaker, Caddy, Nelson, history of this institution" when going south oil the Princess W. Cyr, Anderson, "McLeod, Nor-ringto- n, High Mss was presided over by a leaving December 31st. Billy hopes Perchie, Yard ley, P. Cyr, Roman Catholic Bishop. His Ex- cellency Mr. V. I. Hahn, rail superintend- ent to finish his course in deisel en- gineering, MacBride, Boss. Bishop J, L. Coudert cele- brated for the W. P. & Y. R. arrived and it is rumoured that TOWN: Roth, Metcalfe, Scott, High Mass on this occasion in tQwn from Skagway in time to he may join up with the Canadian Todd, Murray, Phelps, F. 'Blaker. assisted by two priests. Rev. Father take in the New Year's dinner at Flying Corps; We wisH him the Paterson, Porter. J. J. Adam, O. M. I. had, charge of the Whitehorse Inn Cafe. He left best and a safe, return, -- Referees: J. " MacBride, J. Leo. the choir. on his return trip south this morn- ing. f Billy Nelson.- - son of Atlin's post- master, Goal-Umpire- s: J. R. Alguire; .)' ' is 'leaving on. same Princess Robinson. " OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT to for Vancouver? Billyi. was raised Time-keeper- s: D. Wilson. 'V. A. extended December Congratulations are here from boyhood up so he will Paterson. Max Min. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson who doubtless get "some kick" from' seer Score-keepe- r: ' 'D. Wilson. 25 Thursday 1 - 12 celebrated their 49th wedding an- niversary ing. the ways of. a city. -- o- We 26 .Friday 17 2 on December 26th. Louis Piccolo 'was an incoming We understand that "Dick" Cars-we- ll will both enjoy, good 27 Saturday .. 16 . all trust they and passenger from the last Puncess .will be relinquishing his posit- - 28 Sunday , 6 10 health during the ensuing year 29 Monday 3 4 ' that when their Golden Wedding an- niversary boat. Louis w;ent south a lew ion on the staff at the Whitehorse 30. Tuesday 5 ie' arrives they will be sur- rounded weeks ago to visit a sick brother at Inn in the near future and that 31 Wednesday 10 o with . their children and Vancouver whom we regret"' to state DicktHilton of Dawson will be tak- ing ' passed soon after Louis had' arrived. his place. Denotes degrees bejow zero - grandchildren.
PAGE TWO Tl IE" W II ITE1 IORSE STA IjU'VWfTEHO USE- - YUKON FRIDAY, JANUARY 2nd," 1942 . .. "Voioe p the Yukon' An Independent Journal : Published every Friday at REDt CROSS HEAD URGES ARP HELP Wliilehoise, Yukon Territory Mr. George C. Derby, president The White Pass and Yukon Route On Ihc Trail of '98 3-- ' G. Red Cross Society urges all Red Cross branches and members' to co-bper- ate to the fullest extent with The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to Member- - of Canadian Weekly local ARP committees.- - "Our Pro- vincial Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska- - Newspapers' Association. Red Cross Headquarters are taking immediate steps to , provide II()K.A( i: 15. '.'MOORE , publisher AIRPLANE SERVICE through 'the,, .branches,' equipment for local First Aid posts 'and1 emer plane, service, making connections northbound and Let t'is have faith that right makes gency hospital care," he said. Mr. i south- bound ini'tfht; and in that faith let us to Derby expressed his belief that all with steamers at Skagway. Serving Whitehorse, the. end dare to do-ou- r duty as we B.. C. Red Cross members will live Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo and Dawson. For information understand, it. 1 Lincoln. up to the highest , traditions of the apply to any Society in this present 'national crisis. " JANUARY 2nd, 1942 WHITE PASS A GENT, or RED CROSS CALLING 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. NEEDED SUPPLIES it TIME MARCHES ON (0 In view of present emergency With the' last issue the Star com- pleted conditions a quantity of steel hel forty-on- e years' service in met caps will be needed. Red Cross behalf of this community and the branches are asked to have their Yukon Territory as a whole. With knitters concentrate -- on hese im- mediately. this issue it starts upon another They are also urged to ATTENTION year's service in the hope and belief make up as soon as possible all ma- terials that it will merit a similar measure for hospital pyjamas, pneu- monia FUR DEALERS, TRADERS, TRAPPERS AND-FU- R of support and co-operat- ion to that jackets, bed- - arid surgeon's which has characterized ifcs efforts gowns and hospital handkerchiefs, FARMERS in the past. and send these to the Provincial SHIP your fur to our During its forty odd years of ser Warehouse, as soon as possible. monthly fur auction sales AUCTION SALE DATES vice the Star has endeavoured tol for 1942 highest prices Cash-advance- s faithfully record the many changes j made January .. 7th which have taken place during .that J upon re- -. January 23rd period as and when the same took ; quest; by wire if desired February 20th place an4 particularly insofar as ; Sales schedufed for the 17th March ,. 20th they have affected the welfare of ' and 29th of December have AP" 24th this community. , .Such changes a; been postponed until Jan. Ma 22nd" have of been various necessity ac- cording 7th, 1942, owing to the June 19th to the times they ran their Very Merry July unsettled market conditions :.. 24th allotted course. From the -- effects of these i none of us have been entirely HOLIDAY WESTERN CANADIAN RAWFUR AUCTION SALES immune. In some instances they have indellibly left their mark upon SEASON 303 A West Pender Street the course of events changing, for better or for worse, our outlook up- on ' Vancouer, BC. life and the course of human and history. t c However drastic and far-reach-so- me Best Wishes of these changes may have . beeji none, by" comparison, have M M n for the been so strenuous or fraught with WELDING greater anxiety for the future of humanity than those through which NEW YEAR we are now passing. May we all IT IS THE PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE BEHIND -- YOUR realize that it is a great privilege as from the TRAINING THAT COUNTS. well as a grave responsibility to be ' living in such times as these. The '&u'U '0f In-lru-t- ow privilege lies in the fact that it is Management .,'1 1 1(1 18 yars experience in. SHIP I'l-- v ERAL SHOP, and AIRCRAFT W,Mi!,J "51 given to us to rid the world of the I Ve . AND pmence behind you in learning to weld. Solid greatest menace it has ever known. for 1 mc free Let's make a real job of it whilst we Employees prospectus- - are about it and leave no stone un- turned COMMERCIAL WELDING SCHOOLS that, will aid. in restoring lib- - 66 of Kingsway, Vancouver, B.C. .. erty and freedom, to all mankind 81-- 9 Carnarvon Street. . - New. Westminster The responsibility which we must v n of necessity assume is" to so formul ate our plans for the future that war will be effectively out-law- ed if not for all time at least for gener- ations 8 Vfil YukonElectrical An Pl ! I r : - - - H to come 'and the peoples n M Company, LtdJ throughout the world permitted M M again to lead a normal life and live H Will be pleased, to consult at peace with each other. This can M M -- only be1-secure- d by loyalty "to the M you regarding s M cause whiich we are all callefd upon H N Light, Powr. Supplies and to serve and loyalty to those placed M Installations in authority over us- - upon the M M shoulders of whom - the major re- sponsibility H ' falls,- - - . H WHITEHOR S E, Y: T IXXXXXXmiTTliinil.TTTTTTTIXXXXmmx
. w TO THE WOMEN OF CANADA Here s One Big War Job r Which You Alone Can Do 'Ceiling Prides" Must Be Maintained This is an appeal teethe women of Canada. There is Its success will be a big step on the road to victory. one vital part of our war effort vhich depends on you. Its failure would be a serious blow to oiiuvar effort.' Your government has placed a "ceiling" on retail You can tip the balance towards success. prices. You are the buyers of four out of every five dollars Will you, then, undertake to make the successful worth of all the goods sold m this country. Your control of commodity prices an established fact? We whole-hearte- d help is needed in this price control plan. know you will. And we know that when you undertake If every woman does her part, it canridt fail. ' tnis task it is as goad as done. This is the work you are asked tor do 1. Make a list of commodities .'1. Write down price We want yu to sit dowi today and make, .a list of the After each item we want you to write down, if you can, the things buy from week to week and from month to month. highest price charged at your store dming the period September you October 1941. If cannot remember the prices charged 15 to 11, you because items in Write down food and clothing particular, during that' period, fill in your' list with today's prices. Our these account for the biggest share of your expenditures. But survey shows that retailers, with few exceptions, are keeping we want you to list those articles you buy at the drug store, prices well within the "ceiling" levels. As exceptions arc-bein- g hardware store,-arj- i other stores, too. discovered they are being quickly brought into line. 2. Make notes about quality t. Keep tf lis list use it when yoi' buy! Now go over your list again and mark down the necessary Make up this price list neatly and accurately. You will details about quality; type, grade and size. Then when making not be able to get all 'the items at once. Keep adding to yom; future purchases you will be able to compare-value- s. as well ..list -- from day to day. Make it your permanent check list - as prices. your personal safeguard against any further rise in prices. Prices May be Different in Different Store's A Few Points to Kememler There has always been a difference in prices in different 1. The ceiling price is not necessarily the price you stores even stores in .the same locality. "This may depend paid. It is the highest price at which the store sold the on thc'Tcind of service the store gives, or the way it oper- ates. particular item between September 15 and October 11. . Some stores, for instance, have delivery service, give 2. A merchant may reduce his prices for sales or other credit, or provide other extra services. reasons he may also raise them provided they do not go UncfEr the new Price Ceiling Order there will hill be above the ceiling price. . ' differences in prices at different stores: The new price 3. Variations in seasonal prices on fresh fruits and regulations will not do away with competition. The high- est vegetables are permitted. Rulings on seasonal markets will prices in any particular store must not be higher than be announced from time to time by the Wartime Prices and the highest prices in force in that store during the period Tradt Board in newspapers and over the radio. . September 15 to October 11. They may be a little lower 4. Fill out your price list without bothering your mer- chant. or a little higher than the prices in other stores. In many cases he is making a financial sacrifice to ' The prices you will mark down will be the highest sell under the price ceiling. The war has left him short-staffe- d prices charged at the store where you shop. and 'the Christmas rush is on. ' . - Items most frequently bought -- j This is not intended asa complete list. It is simply offered as-- a guide. Add to it the other items you buy or expect to buy. D -- script ion Description ; Item (Sire. Quality, etc.) Store Price Item (Sic, Quality, etc.) Store Price FOOD CLOTHING; (Men', Womrn'n, Children's) Milk., : ' Coats ,.! ,Butvr '..,...v.: Sweaters! Eggs : '- - Suits.... Sugar .L...... ..... Dresses Tea.' Coffee .piour J.,.. ; !. Skirts, Blouses Cereals . - Shirts.. Bread..'...;... Underwear I. Meat.........: - Boots and shoes Canned Goods v- - Rubbers, Goloshes OPERATING EXPENSES l Stockings ... I Laundry and cleaning..... ...... I Socks 'Soaps and other cleaning agents... l Blankets j Sheers, Towels Hats, Gloves I l I Why you must do your part To ensure' the-- success of this price control plan, every If a price seems higher than the ceiling, ask your merchant ' woman in Canada should make a list. Retailers are showing a ' about it. If further information is necessary, report the full splendid spirit of co-operati- on. The great majority of them are details in writing. Address your letter to the Prices and Supply , determined to make this plan work, but if you do-n- ot co- operate Representative, Wartime Prices and Trade Board at any of the the whole plan might fail prices might start to following: Vancouver, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, North skyrocket. So keep your list handy. Check the prices you pay Bay, London, Toronto, rockville, Montreal, ' Quebec City, against it. Saint John, Halifax, Charlottetown. Published under the authority of THE WARTIME PRICES AXD TRADE BOARD, Oltaua, Cariada
PAGE FOUR THE WIJ 1TEIIOKSE ST AlC WII1TEIIORSE. YUKON FRIDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1942 IMPRESSIONS OF CARAVAN a Colman's gas lamp to light the Jovich and Mrs. Muirhead,, Anr 'The House of Quality" TRIP VIA OVERLAND TRAIL way fhead whilst travelling over Murhead, Mrs. Mrrnus and Mant the trail throughout the night. We and Josephine. The "cat" driven z (By Ronald McCuish) sure travelled in style on that job were L. Moi and E. Brooks with The McCormick Transportation There was plenty of food for the Alex. Van Bibber acting as swamp, overland stage pulled out of paw trip but before one could ' fry a er. All the passengers are heading i son for Whitehorse at 8 p. m. on couple of eggs for lunch or break for the Outside, some of the boys to December 9th. Twenty , passengers fast he had first to pour hot water pnlict ""-,- ' in uic Viz xv. D P v. n.. A I? , ctnu 3 int;- - clambered aboard amid shouts and them to thaw . over them out. chanized forces nth pre will It, We Wish all laughter and the cry went up Coming up some of the steeper seeking - - employmenfffor IT the winter ' lJK- - grades on the Summit the winch and a few are planning on a quiet Ouf Friends With Louis Moi and Earl Brooks afl line had to be used Thns line was vacation trip. Taking it all in all the controls all passengers figured a very important part of the rig- - it was a great trip arid quite an ex on a pleasant five-da- y journey. ging. , ..'-- ; . . ...... perience for all of us and Patrons Rumour had it iri Dawson that , a ' The ladies and children, on this, three-"ca- t" caravan was en route the first overland stage trip of the from Mayo. The next rumour was season, came through with flying A that it was headed for Whitehorse colours. v Travel direct. From Carmacks to Whitehorse The first sign of delay was the the stage made excellent time as STEAMSHIPS OAI1 WAV on a COMMUNICATIONS Happy second night oh the trail when a the trail had already been partially HOTELS '"PRINCESS" slight engine trouble developed, but broken by trucks travelling to Car-mac- ks. OBlATtlTl this remedied and the . II TIUVCI. fJ Liner was soon stage Some game was seen en and continued m its eventful trip. - All route. A few miles past North river crossings were made at night Fork several moose were sighted Skagway to Vancouver all hands pitching in to test the ice and all along the trail we came at each crossing. . Over four feet of across grouse. Victoria or Seattle Prosperous snow was encountered on the Pelly j There is some beautiful scenery SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS summit and the trailing sled had to along the overland route from Daw PRINCESS NORAH be dropped. All the baggage was son to Whitehorse and the trail New January 13 Tuesday, transferred to the first cabouse. could be made a very picturesque Tuesday, January 27 This naturally ' made things a bit link , in the proposed international Tuesday, February 10 crowded as the food supply and ten highway. . Year Saturday, February 21 passengers were also in this cab- ouse. The caravan arrived in .White- horse , . Connections at Vancouver with at 2.30 p. m. on December The second cabouse was loaded 18th. Although the first trip over Canadian Pacific Services: with gas, fuel oil, spare parts and the trail is always considered to be Transcpntinental thirteen men. With a stove, three the worst, it was noted that this Trans-Pacif- ic drums of oil and all the other par-apheria- lia year it was tougher than has been Trans-Atlant- ic along with thirteen men, known for sometime past. . Tickets, reservations and full Northern sleeping space was scarce; in fact The.,"Whitehorser and Bust" pas- - particulars from some of the men had to sleep in Isengers who made this famous trip L. H. JOHNSTON Commercial shifts. included Scotty Davis, "TC. Morsberg Agent, C. P. R. The third night out the lights (pole-liner- s) R. Hilton, R. McCuish, Co. Ltd. gave out. For the following five B. Hunter, R. Muirhead, C. V. Skagway Alaska nights eight men took half hour Brown, P. DeWolf, J. McLaughlin Canadian Pacific and one hour shifts sitting on top (dredge-men- ), J. Johnson, K. Mc FIRST ALASKA WAR HERO of the radiator of the "cat" holding j Kae, J. Abhul (carpenters), Sam CLLtXXXXXXlHIIIIITTIXXXXi: HONOURED BY MEMORIAL DAY Ensign Ervin Thompson, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson of Ketchikan, Alaska was killed in action apparently in the 'December Your M earest a nd B est 7th attack by Japanese bombers on the Pearl Harbour naval base. He is the first Alaskan to fall in the present conflict and to honor his FUR MARKET ! memory Governor Ernest Gruening proclaimed Sundav. Dpppmhpr 9. let a memorial day throughput the Territory. - :ixixixiiiiiiiKixixxxrxxra . Purs consigned. to us are sold in Open Auction to, "BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS" 1942 Jiuyers who bid for Furs, in Auction Sales everywhere. AUCTION SALE DATES You are thus assured of Top Market Prices- - A PATRON January 26th We make liberal cash advances-o- n shipments await- ing March 2nd 8 (car i -- A sale, when reYiuested. Our selliiif? charges arc" lower April ................. 8th' I I 1 FlM i r una viva arm i Remittances are sent immediately a sale is concluded. YEARS May ........ ........ 7th We have a letter from up-coun- try July" 7th WE INVITE YOUR The writer states August 25th she has used "all kinds of CORRESPONDENCE canned milk" . but Pacific Milk, continually since, she' began it "because of its was richness eight and years flavor. ago." That Edmonton Fur Auction Sales It's only real excellence that could' bring a milk a pre- ference LIMITED like this. Pacific Milk Edmonton Alberta i IRRADIATED Of COURSE TTTTTTTTTTTTXTXTXIxTTXxTj T
PAGE FIVE FRIDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1942 THE WlllTElIOltSK STAR, WHITE! JORSE- - YUKON When $500.00 has been expended feet on each side of the base line. Registration of any document $200 $2.00 or 'paid the locator may, upon hav- ing Recordingnabandonment five Other claims shall not exceed affects more" than claim a survey made, and upon com- plying htmdfecLieet in length by' one thou- sand If it one with other requirements, ob- tain feet in depth. Claims shall be For each additional claim $1.00 " a lease for a term cf twenty,- - as nearly, as possible rectangular in Abstract of Title. - form and shall be' marked by two For first entry . $2.00 one years wiwi iwc- - iw is-ncw- m for further terms of. twenty-on- e legal posts, one at each end of the For each additional entry .- - .'..50 of Mining Law Claims Ipcated prior to July Synopsis claim, numbered "1" and "2" re- spectively. For copy of Document-- Up years. 1917 upon fulfilling similar 7, may Location posts of creek to 200 words $2.50 Yukon Territory claims shall be- - placed on the base For each additional 100 words .50 requirements, be Crovyn .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 Any person eighteen years of age towards which it fronts. For 200 to 1,000 inches ...... $50.00 Recorder in triplicate. Or over shall have the right to enter," For each additional 1,000 inches '' ' Schedule of Fees A discoverer-shal- l be entitled to a locate, prospect and mine upon' any or fraction thereof $50.00 Recording every claim ............ $10.00 claim 1,500 feet in length, and a lands in the Yukon Territory, For a substitutional record ,. $10.00 party of two discoverers two claims, QUARTZ MINING " whether vested in the Crown or Application for a lease ..: ,. $10.00 each of 1,250 feet in length. . otherwise, for the minerals defined Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve- - in the Yukon Quartz Mining Act The boundaries of any claim may claims in good standing at the time i j tenia a- - ...... z. cn and 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 after with 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 Tights of other persons or terms of 1,500 feet in width. - three months $15.00 No person shall enter for mining any agreement with the crown. If after three months and with- in purposes or shall mine upon lands Every claim shall toe marked on six months .. ... $25.00 owned"' "or ''lawfully occupied J?y an- other An application for a claim may be the ground by two legal posts, one Recording every certificate of until adequate security has filed with the Mining Recorder at each extremity of the location of work .. .. $5.00 been furnished to the satisfaction or within ten days after being located line, numbered "1" and "2" respect- ively. For a certificate of partnership : $5.00 Recorder for loss or if within ten miles of the Recorder's On the side of No. 1 post the Mining any Recording assignment, abandon- ment, damage which may be thereby office. One extra 'day shall be al-low- ed facing No. 2 post shall be inscribed affidavits, or any other caused. for every additional ten miles the name of the claun, a letter in- dicating document .. . . t " $2.50 or fraction thereof. A claim may be the direction to No. 2 post, If document affects more than Where claims are being located located on Sunday or any public t,he number of feet to the right or hnp rlaim. for each additional which are situated more than one holiday. left of the location line, the date of claim $1.00 hundred miles from the, Mining Re- corder's location and the name of the locator. office, the locators, not less Any person having recorded a On No. 2 post, on the side facing No. For granting period of six claim shall not have the right to lo- cate months within which to re- cord in number, are authorized than five 1 post, shall be inscribed the name 1o meet and . appoint one of their another claim in the valley or of the claim, the date of location, . $4.00 basin of same creek within sixty For an abstract of the record of number as emergency recorder, and the name of the locator. days Of locating first claim. a claim: who shall as soon as possible deliver the application and fees received to The claim shall be recorded" with- in For the first entry $4.00 Title For each additional entry .... .50 the Mining Recorder for the District. fifteen days if located within ten Any person having complied with miles of the mining Recorder's of- fice; For copies of any document re- corded 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 such shall contri- bute exceed three, folios .. $4,00 claim, each person to locating and recording a for every additional ten miles to his interest' Where such copies exceed three proportionately fraction thereof. or claim shall be entitled to a grant to be done 30 cents folio for folios, to the work required per for one year and, shall have the ab- solute thereon, and when proven to the Adjoining' claims not exceeding every folio over three. right of renewal from year Gold Commissioner that he has not eight in number may be .grouped, For recording a power of at- torney . to year thereafter, provided during done so his interest may be vested ' the necessary representation work, to stake from one each year he does or causes to be for each claim then be " may per- formed $4.00 in the other co-own- ers. .done $200.00 worth of work of the person on. any one or more of the For recording a power of attor- ney claim made by a claim, files with the Mining Recor- der The survey of a claims in the group. to stake, "from two per- - duly qualified Dominion Land Sur- veyor within fourteen days after the $tf-0- 0 shall be accepted as defining expiration of the claim an affidavit Every application for a full claim sons For recording an assignment or absolutely the boundaries of the showing a detailed statement of the shall be made on Form "A" and for ' other document relating to a claim surveyed,- - provided the survey work, and pays the required renewal a Fractional claim on Form "A-1- ". quartz mining lease $3.00 is approved by the proper author- ity fee. No person is entitled to locate Rental, whole or fractional min- eral and remains unprotested during GROUPING claim under granted more than one claim in the same the period of advertisement. Under certain conditions claims mining district within twenty days. lease for term of 21 years, . $50.00 undertake Rental for renewal term of 21 about to a A person may be grouped and the work re- quired The timber on a faineral claim is $200.00 bona fide prospecting trip may se- cure years to be performed to entitle reserved until the Mining Recorder from the Mining Recorder Dredging the owner or owners to renewals-o- f certifies that the same is required written permission to record at his th several claims grouped may be for use in mining operations on the A lease may be issued for a ."per- iod own risk a claim within six months. of of fifteen years for a continuous one or more performed on any claim. The Commissioner, however, feet the claims in the grouping. If the to. holders of stretch of river, not exceeding ten A legal post must stand four, may issue a permit above the ground, squared or faced claims grouped are owned by more other claims- - to remove the timbers miles in length giving the exclusive right to dredge for gold, silver and for the upper eighteen inches and than one -- person a partnership for use in their mining operations measuring four inches across the agreement creating a Joint and where other timber is not readily platinum. The lessee must have at lonct rn rlrprlop in 'nnprntinn on tho of all faced portion. The post must be several liability on the part available. firmly fixed in the ground. the owners for the joint working of leasehold within three years. . t . the claimsshall be executed and Title Petroleum and Natural Gas Priority of location shall be deenw filed with the Mining Recorder. with A lease may be issued for a per- iod Any person having complied ed to convey priority of right. Cer- tain of tweity-on- e years for an area Taxes and Fees the provisions of the Act with re- gard disputes may be heard and de- termined of not to exceed 1,920 acres giving locating ..and recording a ... . . . two and to, 1 I the rate of A - by a Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at me, ngni to me peuuieuin ctnu imi-ur- al claim shall be entitled to hold it for one-ha- lf per cent, on ttfe value of gas on the area leased. A rent- al Grants of claims grouped or own- ed Yukon one year from the date ,'of the record, the all gold shipped from is charged of 50 cents per aero be made re- newable and thereafter from, year to year, by one person may the Com- ptroller. Territory shall be paid to for the first year and $1.00 per aero on the ame date. provided . during each year he does for each subsequent year. or causes to be done work on the PLACER MINING For grant to a claim for Office cla'iiri to the value of $100.00 and Assay $10.00 - it- - natural water one year shall, within fourteen days after the An Assay Office is maintained by - Creeks means any For renewal of grant of the satisfy the the Government at Vancouver, width of expiration year, course having an average if renewed within 14 days feet Mining Recorder that the work has where gold exported, from the Ter- ritory less than one hundred and fjfty after expiry date $10.00 and the will be purchased at its lull been done, pay jCertificate between its banks. If after 14 days and within 3 of Work fee. One hundred dollars value. Creek claims shall not exceed five months G. A JECKKLL. be paid in lieu of assessment may months and within 6 3 If after nunarea feet in lengtn, measured work. Control lei'. along the base line, bv one thousand months $45.00
I 'AC IF, SIX . THE 'WINTKIIORSK STAR, WIlITICUORSKv YUKON FRIDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1942 McLEAN'S RINK YUKONERS WINS CULBERTSON SHIELD AND ALSO Fred Roma, ' Dawson expert GILBEY MEDALS. foundation builder and gardner, is making' his home in Vancouver . this The Culberton Shield competition winter. was. won by the rink skipped by J. R. McLean. The skiD retains the George Boieh, one-tim- e Bonanza shield for one year (until the next j Creek miner, is recuperating from a competition) and each member of j long illness at the Ambassador E EXTEND to all our friends the rink secures a.Gilbey medal, Hotel. j and patrons the Season's Greet The rink members were Ken Me- - Lean, Laurent' Cyr, R. Handford' Fred H: Elliott, well known mln- - ings and best wishes for the New ii nd J. K. McLean (skip). j ing operator, and former theatre Year..-'-- '' The T Eaton Co. Ltd. Competition j owner, plans on returning North in . Skips are requested to notify ! ine very near iuuire. 1 heir pHvers wheli they play as to rfate ar. : time. .-Pl- ayers are re-(i;.ies- ted Harold Rose, George ... Murdock r.otify their sk'ps .'when and Slim Keopke were taking in the they can't play. The schedule for sights Tuesday and have plans of this competition is as follows: - Joining the R.CA.F. ' Monday, January 5th Rinks Chris " Trykla, lower Granville Gentleman v. Greenslade . 8.00 point driviing' expert, reported . into Armstrong v. Wilson 7.30 2 Vancouver last week and is giving TAYLOR &DRURY Ltd Tuesday, January 6th j the city the once over by himself. Taylor v. Handford 7.30 t Gennings v. McLean ............ 8.00 2 A certain young lady in Vancou- ver is looking forward to the ar- rival Wednesday, January 7th of Rod MacCrae. We under- stand McLean v. Gentleman . 8.00 M that Rod is quite a heart Greenslade v. Taylor 7.30 ' " breaker.. VkVi "'11? Thursday, January 8th H Fresh e Handford v. Armstrong- - 7.30 Miss Vera Gillespie, former Daw- son Cured 7 and Wilson v. Gennings- - 8.00 Try BURNS' girl and now in the teaching Friday, January 9th profession in Vancouver, wishes to Meats Shamrock Brand Creamfry Butter LI Eggs Gentleman v. Wilson 8.00 be remembered to her many friends Greenslade v. Gennings ..... 8.00 in Dawson. Monday, January 12th Burns' Famous Shamrock Armstrong v. Taylor 7.30 Harold Dahl, former Yukon Brand Products Handford v. McLean 7.30 dredge employee, is locating in Tuesday, January 13th j Vancouver. Harold and the Mrs. Greenslade v. Armstrong . .. 7.30 2 j plan making their home here from Gentleman v. Taylor 8.00 o i now on. "You Can Buy No Better 99 . Wednesday, January 14th Jack Maloney, former Treadwell Handford v. Gennings ......... 8.00 Yukon foreman, is making his home McLean v. Wilson .................. 7.30 in Vancouver and never fails t6 Burns & Limited. 1 Thursday, January 15th make his daily appearance down Company Gentleman v. Armstrong .... 8.00 town. Taylor v. Gennings .'.'.,' 8.00 TrXXXXXXXlIITIIIXTXTlllIIgIgTIltTTTTiiii,,,TTT Friday, January 16th The Bowes Brothers, who. spent Wilson v. Handford 7.30 1 several years in Dawson, are now benedicts last spring and is a new Greenslade v. McLean 7.30 2 located in Vancouver. "Butch" and man. Mr. and Mrs. Besner are Monday, January 19th his wife and young daughter often making .their future ' home in Van- couver. Christ Church-Anglica- n- Taylor v. McLean ..." 7.30 1 ! think of the Yukon and South Daw- - Gentleman v. Handford . 8.00 2 son. Whitehorse Tuesday, January 20th .,.'. (TM OLD LOG CHURCH) Rumour has it that hockey fans Armstrong v. Gennings' ...... 8.00 l E. A. Trobergand his two sons are soon to be treated to the op- portunity Rsv. L G. Chappcll, L. Th Qrcerislade v. Wilson ......... 7.30 2j Ralph and Walter are at present in of seeing all their favour- ite Rector Vancouver. Walter plans on leav- ing Wednesday, January 21st players in brand n,ew uniforms. Gennings v.' Gentleman ..... 8.00 t for the States shortly to join his SUNDAY, JANUARY 4th, 1942 Handford v. Greenslade .... 7.30 2 wife and son Roy. Ralph took the 10.00 a. m. Sunday School , big step a few days ago and returns 1L00 a.m". Holy Communion. Thursday, January 22nd NOTICE TO CREDITORS North with a charming wife. They 7.30 Taylor v. Wilson. .- -. .... 7.30 p. m. Evening - Prayer and will make their horri at Upper Sul- phur Sermon. McLean v. Armstrong. 7.30 '2 where "SOX" has built a home All persons having claims against RINKS for the bride. the estate of Henry J. Arp, late of cxxiiiiiTTiiiiixniTrxmi: Miss C. O'Neil, F. Birkenhead, H the Town of Whitehbrse; Yukon Perch ie, J. Gentleman (skip) I A. H,. "Harry" Anthony, one of Territory, who died on the 12th day :niimTiniftTmtTTn Mrs. K. McLean, F. 'Dunn, Stan i the best known Arctic and Yukon of October, 1941, are hereby noti- fied Reed, D. Wilson, (skip) Traders, is making his home in to send in to the undersigned Catholic Church Mrs. Bird, Dr. Roth, Mrs. Har-bottl- e; Vancouver. His name is legion in on or before the 24th day of Jan- uary, H. Gennings (skip). the far north and his travels known ,1942, full particulars of their -- Rev. Father J. J. Adam, O .M. I. Mrs. Maxine Cyr, Bill Horn, J. far and wide. His rescue of claims ex- plorer duly verified, after which SUNDAY, JANUARY 4th, 1942 Barber R. Greenslade (skip). Vjalmur Stefansson when he date, the assets of the said estate 8.00 a. m. Communion Mass. Mrs. Gennings, K. McLean, Bill was very ill and brought to Fort will be distributed "amongst the par 10.30 a m Miicc or, VaiTrtY Drury, R. Handford (skip). Yukon was one of the outstanding ties entitled, thereto, having regard ..jyp. m. Rosary and BenediCion Gloria Cyr, Mrs. Perchie, T. C. exploits pf his northern expert only to claims of which the under- signed Until further notice all services Richards, J. McLean (skip). ences. - shall then have notice. will be held in the" Church. yMrs. Birkenhead, W. A. Paterson, ' All persons' owing said estate are MXIIXIXmilTITTTTTTTTTTT- - L. Ryder, G. Armstrong, (Skip). Gus Besner, former well known requested to call and settle their in- debtedness Miss Paton, Bill- - Miners, Laurent Yukon boy, who was discharged with the undersigned. FOR SALE Cyr Bill. Taylor (skip). : - from the Canadian Army last sum- mer DATED AT WHITEHORSE, Yu- kon o-- on account of defective hearing Territory, this 23rd day of Dec- ember, Hockey players will no longer in one ear, is now located in Van- couver 1941. ' Ten tube, 5 band all wave Radio, have Mr. Alguire's cigar as a target and . at the present time - , . HARRY BERRY, Console type, 1941 model. Practical- ly to shoot at. The position of goal working in of one the big ship . GUNNAR WALIN, new. Price $125.00. Apply Star umpire is now open. . yards. Gus joined the, ranks of the Executors. Office. - ' ,..y """ ?' .'.(