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Whitehorse Star, v. 42, no. 11, Friday, March 13th, 1942.

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Frc-- yjH CfRCUlATINO THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY Tffi Vol. 42. No. 11. . WHITEHORSE, YUKON, . FRIDAY, MARCH 13th, 1942 Subscription $3,00 Year. BRITISH COLUMBIA SETS WHITEHORSE UNIT MORE UP NEW HIGHWAY BOARD THAN DOUBLES ITS QUOTA FOR THE PROVINCE- - IN VICTORY LOAN DRIVE. Under plans announced at the The Whitehorse Unit more than li st session of the B. C. Legislature doubed its quota in the Second Vic- tory L y lion. Rolf Bruhn, Minister of Loan campaign which closed rublic. Works, the provincial govT Saturday.'- - In so doing it created a trnment has announced the person- nel new record of which we may be of the new board. A. L. Car-ruthe- rs proud. Official statement received of Victoria is chairman and by us from the roast yesterday givc-th- e chief engineer, the other members total subscriptions secured $949.-900,0- 00 being Harry Anderson of New and the British Columbia-Yuko- n Westminister (assistant chief, en- gineer) Division as $81,507,250. and William Ramsay of The Yukon total by general can- vas Kamloops, Others may be added amounted to $249,850 with 608 Inter. Mr. Arthur Dixon, deputy applications and is made up as fol- lows: minister, will be ex-offi- cio member. The duties of the board are not ATLANTIC FERRY SERVICE TO BRITAIN A. Atlin $18,000 $ 49,250 273.5 ; statutory. They will act in an ad- visory ' Since its inauguration on November 11, 1940, hundreds of Amer- ican-built B. Dawson $90,000 $110,850 123.1' , capacity on all matters af- fecting bomber aircraft have been flown across the Atlantic C. Mayo $ 7,000 $ 17,550 250.6 ; estimates, contracts, person- nel, for delivery to Britain , without the loss of a single machine on the D. Whth'se $35,000 $ 72,200 206.3' , salary increases and economy sea. Among the Ferry Service personnel are Americans, Canad- ians Special subscriptions of $31,000 in all matters affecting highways and Britons, while dipomatic mail, vital war freight and im- portant for Dawson and $13,500 for Whife-hors- e, within the province. passengers are carried . This, one of the first pictures of added to the $249,850 above-mention- ed the service to' be released, shows the Chief Engineer (holding re- cord made a grand total of DUNSMUIR HOTEL IN sheet) conferring." with ah in ;pector. while the ground crew ser- vices $294,350 for the Whitehorse Unit. VANCOUVER TO BECOME a Lockhead Hudson aircraft : . HOME FOR SEAMEN. DAWSON a. C-Alas- ka Highway is Approved The Dominion government ha' for Dick Steeves of Mayo who has To be Constructed Immediately purchased the wellknown Dunsmur been in Dawson on a visit is leav- ing Hotel in Vancouver which will b Military Purposes. U. S. Army for Canadian Creek utilized for the establishment of a merchant seaman's manning pool Already in Territory. Engineers Louis Lyckens of the Sixtymile for the coast. It is being equipped country has arrived in town on a to accommodate three . hundred arrived in White-wor- k it officially eers and crews short visit. was Last Thursday and and will be petty officers men construction of will be carried on similtane-ousl- y the nnounced that ready for occupancy early next at various sections of the had been month. ne B. C-Alas- ka Highway Miss M. Barton, sister of Mrs. C. when the route has been highway pproved by the U. S. and Canadian H. Chapman, has left by plane for definitely decided upon. It is also MRS. L. T. HODGES OF ATLIN overnments for military purposes pointed out that the undertaking the coast. Thirty million dollars have been ap- propriated WINNER OF PRIZE AT will be carried out entirely by U. S. by the IT. S. government Ton Gergich who has been in COAST FOR CONSTRUCTION army .engineers and , crews. No or the proposition. town for a time is returning to his will be employed in the civilians OF WOODEN AIR RAID It is reported that, as Iter as pos- sible, work. ... mining operations on Clear Creek SHELTER. the highway will follow the shortly. the airlines i. e. Dawson route of VISITORS' DAY AT : Mrs. L. T. Hodges of Atlin, B. C, Creek, Fort St. John, Watson Lake, PUBLIC SCHOOL. "Stampede" John Stenbraten has has been declared prize winner at the No , Whitehorse and Boundary. arrived in town with the McCor-mic- k the coast for the wooden air raid further details are available at this (Contributed) Transportation "cat" piloted sneiter onerea as a prize in me vic- tory writing. Several U: S. army engin- eers Some two dozen people attended by Jimmy Breaden. Ed. Holbrook Loan contest. An illustration and crews arrived at Dawson the School's annual Visitors' "fray was , also a passenger. - of it. appeared in the Vancouver Creek on Monday, others in White-hor- se Tea held in the School Library last News-Hera- ld of March 11th to- gether Tuesday night presumably to Friday, March 6 The silver col- lection with a photo of the lucky Joe Martin of Moosehide and make the necessary preliminary amounted to $15.38, thirty winner. . surveys as to the most feasible route cents of which covered all expen- ses Frank Smith who have been trap- ping Mrs. Hodges is leaving immedi- ately above-mention- ed in the Peel River district were between- - the; The money raised will be spent for Atlin and what to do with ooints with the time element being on extra-curricul- ar reading for the forced to return to town due to' the shelter is a problem. She is kept uppermost in mind. From pupils. shortage of supplies. undecided whether to sell it, give Edmonton it is reported that hun- dreds The School and staff wish to take ' it away or. pay for its shipment to of flat cars Will be required this opportunity to thank Mrs. Alec. Dempster who was employ- ed Atlin. to ship the large amount of equip- ment Phelps , and Mrs. Higgins for their by Canadian Placers at Clear to be used in construction. help and all those who assisted in Creek last season was drowned re- cently Early next week the familiar Some of this machinery will be of making the tea a success. at Burns Lake, B. C. when whistle at the local shipyards will large dimensions and will weigh the "cat" he was driving across the be "on the air" again for the season. several tons. - The roadway, it is Mr. V. I. Hahn, stipt. of the rail lake broke through the ice.- - His The crew is due to arrive from the believed, will, be twentyTfour feet division W. P. & Y. R., and his vson I widow resides in Seattle. coast tomorrow. in. width. It is reported that one Karl, arrived in town Monday from bulldozer and scraper which will be Skagway on company business. Ove Sumbsmoen who has been Mr. and Mrs. T. Kerruish arrived in put into operation is capable of ex- tending We are pleased to learn, that Mr. spending the winter prospecting on town by dog team from Living- stone the full width of the road C. J. Rogers, president and genera! Quartz Creek has returned to town. Creek last Friday. They- - are and excavating several miles, per manager of the W. P. & Y. R. is now Mr. and Mrs. Eric Johnson of Gold both in the best of health and spirits day. back in Seattle feeling much im- proved Bottom have - returned home after and are enjoying meeting with their definite in-o- n in health after his trip to spending several weeks in Vancou-- I many friends here again.- - They will Although there is no be making their return trip shortly. for believing that construction Palm Springs, California. ver. YUKON FRIDAY, MARCH 13th, 1942 PAGE -- TWO THE WHITEHORSE STAR. WIJITEIIOHSE- - ion of same against much opposit- ion but were not afforded an oppor- tunity -- Mm I of observing the important "Voioe of the Yukon' part it is today playing in the de- velopment v of this town and Ter- ritory..,; An Independent Journal v--""- , I When the construction work at our airport has been completed it will be on a parity with the best on Published every Friday' at this continent. The new highway The White Pass and Yukon Route AVhitehorse, - Yukon Territory about to be constructed will be tri-- j butary to the airlines operating i V On the Trail of '98 mrougn ims port, ineir comoineai The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to V I use and services will undoubtedly Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska- - play a conspicious part in the build- ing Member of Canadian Weekly-Newspapers- ' up of this community and thf AIRPLA NE SERVICE development of this Territory. Association I I plane service, making connections northbound and south-boun- d If OK ACE E. MOORE - - Publisher with steamers at Skagway. Serving Whitehorse, Finish every day and be done Y.ith it. You have done what you Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo and Dawson! For information that makes Let usTTnta faith right could; some blunders arid' absurdi might; and in that faith let us to : apply to any ties crept in forget them as soon as the end dare to do our duty as we you can. Today is a new day. Be- gin w understand it. . Lincoln, W H I T E. PASS AGE N T, o r it well well seriously, and with too high a spirit to be encumbered I 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. MARCH 13th, 1942 with your old . nonsense. R. W. 0 P--0 Emerson. , THE TREND OF EVENTS THERE IS NO O T H ER TOB A C C O Time, as we all know, brings IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT J UST LIK E OLD CH U M REGARDING FILING OF 1941 many changes. So do wars as we INCOME TAX RETURNS are being forcibly made to realize today. Those evolving in the ordin Formerly Income Tax Returns on ary course of events are usually Forms T 1 and T 2 to be filed by gradual and often all but imper- ceptible the Individuals and Corporations in their occurrence. Such were required to be filed on or be- fore is not the case, however, where April 30th. .This year these such changes are wrought as the returns must be filed on or before result of wars. The approval an- nounced' March 31st. All taxable returns last week of the Canadian filed after that date are subject to a and U. S. governments, for the con- struction penalty of 5'(, of the amount of the of the B. C Alaska High- way tax. is a case in point. The necessary Income Tax Forms and alsera leaflet ' For years past this undertaking containing com- plete has been given much publicity on information re completion of various occasions but never up to returns and. computation of .General the present with any material re- sults. Tax and National Defence Tax are available at the Office of the In- spector ; Ordinarily it may1 have re- mained in a quiescent state for some of Income Tax, Dawson and ' also at all " years to come. As a direct result of Post Offices. the war however it is . now to be The Income Taxpayer ' has his part to play in Canada's War effort. uiJiiMi mien iui nnniaiy purposes. i Like a hypodernic the war has I XJVVWy'v"ut-- f brought a sudden and dramatic change in the governmental view-poi- ra of this proposition which, in the (ordinary course of events, may Travel neler have happened in this day . . V 'V and STEAMSHIPS RAILWAY on a generation. n-nn- nri COMMUNICATIONS yi For the present the commercial nuilLS 'PRINCESS" .- -. value of the highway after the con- clusion tJOntTlM al TRAvti. Liner of thev war can at best, be only a matter of conjecture depend- ing, The Tobacco of Quality as it must, upon the course of Skagway to Vancouver v future events. That' it can" have Victoria or Seattle great possibilities from a commer- - SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS Xf GSGCBG G0 TOO OICG o seeri, The fact that it is to follow, PRINCESS NORAH an? geb rase raoowRj torn as nearly as possible, the airline Saturday, February 21 routes would seem to lend confir- mation Tuesday, March 3 to such a conclusion. Saturday, March 14 The way things are now shaping Tuesday, March 24 ( The World's News Seen Through I it looks very much as if a new era Connections at Vancouver with is in the making for Whitehorse. Its Canadian Pacific Services: THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR future expansion and development Transcontinental . An International Daily Newspaper " is assured. This is due primarily to Trans-Pacif- ic is Truthful .Constructive Unbiased Free from Sensational-is- m the fact that our airport is a strat Trans-Atlaht- ic Editorials Are Timely and Instructive and Its Daily Features, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Make egic point in the vast network of Tickets, reservations and full the Monitor an Ideal Newspaper for the Home. airlines already covering this con- tinent particulars, from The Christian and which, no doubt, will ex- tend Science Publishing Society One, Norway Street, Boston, Massachusetts later to encircle the world. In L. H. JOHNSTON Price $ 12.00 Yearly, or $ 1.00 a Month. being reminded of this fact let us Saturday Issue, including Magazine Section, $2.60 a Year pause to pay a silent tribute to the General Agent C P, R. Introductory Pffer, 6 Issues 25 Cents , memory o those who, in earlier Skagway Alaska Name days, envisaged the possibilities of Address. an airport being located here and Canadian Pacific SAMPLE COPY ON REOUPST , steadfastly advocated the ponstruct- - . - --- -- A - FRIDAY, MARCH 13th, 1942 THE WHITBIIORSE STAR. WIIITEHORSE. YUKON ' PAGE THREE Canadian Pacific Airline Operation Extend to Far-Flun- g Canadian Frontiers. ECHLIN CAPS Company Now Ranks One of Largest Commercial Operators in' World. For Men As a result of airline purchases ' ' ''.'f-'-- " . Miles mnde over .the past year, the Canadi- an White Horse-Edmont- on 1,000 DRESSY DONEGAL TWEEDS Pnnfic now ranks as one of Edmonton-Aklavi- k 1,570 Newest Comb Combination offer- - the world's v largest commercial air- line Vancouver-rFor- t St. John 1,400 -- N-Cap operators. The air services Edmonton-Coppermi- ne 1,225 ro- - operated by the company in- clude Prince Albert-Gol- df ields 485 ENGINEERS' AND MEHCANICS' practically ail air transport- -. '! ' Winnipeg-Pickl- e Crow .. 285 Montreal-Quebe- c Shop Caps in Grey, striped Denim and Black Saten. ;,o., umpanics .west of the Mari-tim- es 150 lo the Pacific Coast and north Rimouski-Harringt- on Har Also Children's V-f- or Victory and Air Cadet Caps. ;? bour v...:.,.!....;. 0f the T. C. A. to the Arctic. v.. 700 This vast airway network has In certain areas, the services of- fered more : than 1000 planes, more than by these companies dupicate 1.000 flying and ground personel. and even triplicate each . other. and an annual flying mileage of four One of the Drinchoal changes million miles. The lines acquired made since taking over control was Northern Commercial Co. Ld. stretch throughout Canada and are to set up United Air Services for the ! particularly located in the north joint operation of Canadian Airways I and northwest regions. and Mackenzie Air Services from Furnishings Dept. The names of the individual com Edmonton to almost the northern panics and the head office locations most limits of Canada. of each are as follows: With the entry of the' Canadian Canadian Airways, Winnipeg Pacific into the picture it is planned types of charter services to the Quebec Airways, Montreal to eliminate uneconomic and dupli- cate trapping and mining areas. Dominion Skyways, Montreal services, stabilize the rate 1 The majority of planes used in Men of 30, 40, 50 Arrow Airways, Le Pas, Man. structure, and generally place the the northern service are convertible PEP, VIM, VIGOR, Subnormal? Wings Limited, Winnipeg industry on a sound financial basis. three ways skis, wheels and Want normal pep, vim, vigor, vitality? Try Oatrex Tonic Tablets. Contains Prairie Airways, Moose Jaw No doubt time will also see the in- troduction floats. The craft used include tonics, stimulants, oyster elements-a- ids Yukin Southern Air Transport, of certain joint rail-a- ir Beechcraft, Norsemen , Barkley Get a to special normal introductory pep after 30, size 40 for or only 50. Vancouver and , Edmonton tariffs as the like lines purchased Grow, Junkers, de Havilland, Belr 35. Try this aid to normal pep and vim today. For sale at all good drug stores. Ginger Coote Airways, Vancouver by the Canadian Pacific are in n lanca, Stinson," Lockheed and others. Starratt Airways, Hudson, Ont. way competitive with the railway (Continued on page 4.) United Air Services, Edmonton but are rather complementary to it. Operating joint services of Can The lines acquired are those pion- eered adian Airways and Mackenzie Air by northern pilots who have Services. brought fame to Canada for unher- alded 20,000,000 Pounds of Freight Arctic flying feats and gen- eral BE SURE TO ASK FOR Northern air ' transportation is colonization work. Such fam- ous now an important industry standing flying names as "Punch" Dick-ins- , on its own feet and it accounted for Grant McConachie, "Wop" May, about 20 million pounds of freight Bob Starratt, Bill Windrum, Bob last year. The amount of air Randall, Walter Gilbert, and Leigh freight has grown rapidly, soaring Brintnell are, just a few of the from 2.3 million pounds in 1931 to a leading personalities in these pion record figujre of 26.2 million pounds eer companies taken over, by the in 1939.. Much of Canada's half railway billion foliar mineral output owes Operations of the different - lines its existence to the air services taken over by the conipany fell into operating through northern areas. five main divisions. Air Services Distances On the west coast there are the The following are a few approxi operations of Ginger Coote and Yu- kon mate distances between main points " Southern. served by C P. air services: . The second division lies in the area north of Edmonton, to Akavik. covering northern Alberta and the lXIXIiIiIIIITT ittttttytti North West Territories. "BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS' In the central area are the oper- ations of Prairie Airways, which link up the northern towns with ' - - - - m mm. w w am -- mmmm T.C.A. 'I in e v m m mm IE" To the east, in Mantoba and around the Great Lakes,' are the FOR 8 operations of Starratt, Wings and same. fAmuIk job a Qucdd&i Gtnthiif Canadian Airways. - FVJnnDlTFD YEARS Still further east in Quebec are the operations of Quebec Airways This advertisement is not published in-displaye- d and Dominion Skyways. We have a letter from up-coun- try Survey of Equipment by the' Government of Yuk on Territory. The writer states As time goes on it is likely these she has used, "all ' kinds of operations will be consolidated. At rTIITTTIIIIITTIIITIIIIIITTTTTTII TTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTXrY. canned milk"1) but Pacific present any plans along Hhose lines Milk continually since she are governed by wartime conditions. Yukon Electrical Company, Ltd. began it "because of its Moreover, because control has been richness and flavor. That time sufficient acquired so recently, Will be pleased to consult was eight years ago." has not elapsed to permit a close: It's only real excellence that facilities. regarding survey of operations or you 8 could bring a milk a pre- ference The general practice is for these like this. Power. and Installations h northern air lines ftto adopt the twin-engi- ne Light Supplies planes where traffic and op- erating H Pacific Milk conditions warrant. How- ever, H single engine units often prove M H W HIT E H O R S E, Y. T. H IRRADIATED OF" COURSE SI much more adaptable for certain j KrxXXXXXXX riiiiiYiTiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiij LMXXXTYIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ PAGE FOUR THE VVIHTEIIOKSE STAK. WIIITEIIORSE YUKON FRIDAY, MARCH 13th, 1942 C. P. AIRLINES MAKES lines in the sky rather than on the POLICE WARNING COMPANY ONE OF LARGEST ground, it is possible that a con- siderable SAVE TIME B Y AIR development will take Drivers of, autps, trucks and other COMMERCIAL OPERATORS. place once business returns to motor-drive- n, vehicles are hereby normal " warned that 4he -- speed limit on any (Concluded from page . 3) ' C P Staff Bulletin. public highway within the - Yukon Aids Air Training Scheme Iaip mail. is iles hour Territory twenty m per I While these Canadian Pacific air- lines and fifteen miles per hour when I PASSENGERS AIR EXPRESS have interesting possibilities OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT turning the . corner of any intersect- ing wucn viewed in tnV light of the public highway. expected post-w- ar tfoom in this new ''" Any person found exceedng the l o'le or transport, it is still a fact March above speed limits will be pros- ecuted. that the present major task is to 5 Thursday ............................ 32 6 maii.vam and stabilize' necessary 6 Friday 37 25 BY ORDER northern $ir schedules and then to. 7 Saturday 35 2 Vancouver devote all other efforts to assisting 8 Sunday 31 63 FOR SALE the Commonwealth Air Training 9 Monday . .................... ....... 29 0 Five tube radio console model 8.00 a. m. Leave .:.'. Scheme. The ! lines taken over; by 10 Tuesday ........ 37 24 in first-cla- ss condition. Can be WIIITEHORSE the railway already operate 7 train- ing 11 Wednesday ..... 33 13 seen at str Office. What offers? Arrive 3.30 p. m. and observer schools and 5 en- - 5.30 Arrive 4 j;ine and plane overhaul plants and p.m. VANCOUVER it is expected that under the new Canadian Pacific management these Wl.itehorse, Y. T. February 28th. 104? Leave 7.30 a. m. will shortly be expanded In addition to the equipment and $99 $180 trained personnel secured by the One way Return Canadian Pacific in purchasing NOTICE ' (Plus Tax) these1 aviation companies in North- ern Canada the company also laid 3 Flights Weekly the ground work for the Atlantic ferry bomber service from Canada YUKON SOUTHERN AIR TRANSPORT LIMITED . Every to Britain in- - the fall of 1940. The Monday, Wednesday, experience secured in organizing CANADIAN PACIFIC AIR TRANSPORTATION '.. Saturday. and operating this Atlantic ferry TO service, one of the world's great OPERATIONS transoceanic flying feats, will un- doubtedly be of great value to the Edmonton company in its future air operat- ions Mr. II.. Ilollick Kenyon has been appointed Superintend-.'- . "t of.'th" newly created Yukon Division Of the Canadian Paci- fic 8.00 a. m. Leave What the future holds in store for Air Transportation Operations. . ' WIIITEHORSE the Northern air line development Arrive 3.30 p.m. of the company is still an open .Air. Knvon will be assisted by L. 'Cook, Chief Pilot : K- - Mc- Lean, 5.00 p. m. Arrive question From the point of view Maintenance Dept.; J. A. Barbel, . Assistant Superin- tendent EDMONTON of earnings these lines produce total in charge- - of traffic and sales. Leave 9.30 a. m. revenues relatively insignificant ; when compared with the' rail gross i However, the areas served are tre-- i This new division was created in order to give the Yukon $85 $153 a better service. mendously rich in natural resources, ' One way Return and with the railway's new branch j ' . (Plus Tax) For Full Flight Information Consult J. A. Barber Your Nearest and Best WIIITEHORSE FUR MARKET ! Bo- - yondl Comparison Furs consigned to us ar sobj, i ri Open Auction to . 1942 ttuym who bid for Furs in Auction Sales everywhere. D.G.Double You are thus assured of Top Market Prices- - AUCTION SALE DATES Distilled March 2nd We make liberal cash advances on shipments await- ing Vhisky Canadian Rye April .. . .. ...... 8th sale, when requested. Our selling charges an- - lower 14 VEINS OLD May. 7th JJeinittances are' sent immediately a sale is concluded.. July ........ 7th August 25th WE INVITE YOUR CORRESPONDENCE London Dry Gin Edmonton Fur FINE PRODUCTS OF Auction Sales wiBrifishColanibiaDistillerya NEW WIiii" " LIMITED Edmonton Alberta This advertisement is not publisnej or displayed by the Government of Yukon Territory. FRIDAY, MARCH 13th, 1942 THE WII1TEH0RSE STAR.-- . WIIITEHORSR, 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-I- f hundred feet in length by one thou- sand it affects more than one claim Jng a survey made, and upbri-.com- - feet in depth. Claims shall be For each. additional claim .7? $1.00 plying with other requirements, ob-Abstr- act as nearly as possible rectangular in of - Title - tain a lease for a term (f twenty- - form and shall be marked by two , For first entry $2.00 " one years with the right torenewal KvnmKiY of Minind I aw legaK posts, one at each end of the For each additional entrv ...... .sflr rther terms of twehty-on- e claim.Vnumbered "1" and. "2" re- spectively. For copy of Document ' yeaVs. Claims located, prior tox 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 " ' ' ,,A:' ' the claim nearest the creek or river jfor du to zuu mcnes $zd.UU snan oe recoraea wun me mining : Any- - person eighteen years of age ; towards which it fronts. For 200 to 1,000 inches .... $50.00 Recorder in triplicate. 01 UVCi siiau nave un 1 igiu iu ClllCl, shall For each additional 1,000 inches Schedule of Fees A discoverer be entitled to a locate, prospect and mine upon any or fraction thereof .............. $50.00. claim . feet in Recording claim $10.00 lands . in . the Yukon Territory, 1,500 length, and a every party of two discoverers two claims, QUARTZ MINING For a substitutional record ... $10.00 weimi y.esii.eu.-- . in ine urown or each of 1,250 feet in length. - ; Application for a lease '.. $10.00 oilier wise, for the minerals defined Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve-claim- s in the Yukon Quartz Mining Act The boundaries of any claim' may in good standing at the time ments . ... . . .... . . . . 5.00 and 1 he v Yukon Placer Mining Act, be enlarged to the size of a claim i io a v-ia- im aimii iuv.ai.wn, luinmg n recoraea wiinin 11 aays aner 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 interfei 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 .No person shall enter for mining v any agreement with the crown. ;'"' . , , . , If after three months and with-- "V purposes or shall mine upon lands Every claim v shall be marked on .- - . -- . . . . . months . ....... $25.00 owned or lawfully occupied by an- other An application for a claim may be the ground by two legal posts, one in six ,. .... . . . . .. .. certificate of , , Recording every until adequate has filed with the Recorder security '.. Mining at each .. extremity of the location- - 0f Work $5 00 been furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located line, numbered "1" and "2" respect- - i.,."v"; '' L . . , . ' For a certificate of partnership $5.00 the Mining Recorder for any loss or if within ten miles of the Recorder's lvely. On the side of Xr No. 1 post .. . , , . . , , . . , . Recording assignment, abandon-facin- g , damage which may be thereby office. One extra day shall be al- lowed No. T 2 post shall be inscribed ,,. , . , ; . 7 (s rnent, affidavits,, or any other caused.. for every additional' ten miles, X1 the name of the claun, i-- i a letter in- - , . ,. .. - - ,. . - . document iiw $2.50 or fraction thereof. A claim may be dicating the direction to No. 2 post, . . . . ., Where claim's are being located , , , . . . . If document affects more than located on Sunday or any public 1 the number of feet A to the right or , , , , i which are situated more than "' one ' one claim, for each additional i u i t u i x holiday. leftol the location line, the datewof hundred miles from the Mining Re-corde- r's cajm '" $100 location and the name of the locator. , , . office, the locators, not less Any person having recorded a . ,T , - . ,T For granting period of six On Ner. 2 post, on the-sid- e facing No. ,;. . ..., than 1'ivp in nnmhpr arp aiilhnri-7or- l claim shall not have the right to lo- cate . ' . ., , , months within which to re-- 1 post, shall be inscribed the name to meet and appoint one of their another claim in the valley or $4 00 of L the claim, the date of location, , , . , ., , number as emergency recorder, basin of same creek within sixty , , A For an abstract of the record of and the name of the locator. . . . who shall as soon as possible deliver days of locating first claim. ' a claim: the application and fees received to -- The claim shall be recorded with- - For the first entry $4.00 Title the Mining Recorder for the District. in fifteen days if located within ten For each additional entry . .50 Any person having complied with miles of the mining Recorder's of- - For copies of any document re- - If two or more persons .own a the provisions of the Act with res- pect fice; one additional day shall be al- - corded where same do not claim, each such person shall contri- bute exceed three folios $4.00 additional to locating and recording a lowed for every ten miles proportionately to his interest claim shall be entitled to a ; grant or fraction thereof. Where such copies exceed three to the work required to be done folios, 30 cents per folio for for one year and shall have the ab- solute thereon, and when proven to the right of renewal from year Adjoining claims not exceeding every folio over three, Gold Commissioner that he has not eight in number may be grouped, For recording a power of at-- to year thereafter, provided during, done so his interest may be vested the necessary representation work torney to stake; from one each .""ear he does or causes to be in the other co-own- ers. - lor each claim may then be per- - person ......... . ........ $4.00 done $200.00 worth of work of the formed on. any one or more of he For of attor- - reC0rding a power The survey of a claim made by a claim, files with the Mining Recor- der ciaims in me group. to stake from two ney per- - duly qualified Dominion Land Sur- veyor within fourteen days after the S8 0 shall be accepted as defining expiration of the claim an affidavit Every application for a full claim sons ' 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-1- ". other document relating to o 1 quartz mining lease . ..... $3.00 is approved by the proper author- ity fee. y No person is entitled to locate Rental, whole or fractional min- - and remains unprotested during GROUPING than claim in the same eral claim -- granted under the more one period of advertisement. Under certain ' conditions claims mining .district within twenty days. lease for term of 21 years. : $50.00 A person about, to undertake ?. Rental for renewal term of 2 1 be and the work re- quired "grouped may mineral claim is The timber on a $200.00 bona fide years prospecting trip may se- cure to be performed to entitle until the Mining Recorder reserved from the Recorder Mining Dredging the owner or owners to renewals of certifies that the same is required , . . ', - written permission to record at his the several claims grouped may be - , on the uQ A lease may J be issued for a per- - operations for use in mining own risk-- a claim within six months. performed on any one or more. of claim. The Commissioner, . . u7Q.,a,. however, iod of fifteen years for a continuous . - . , stretch of river not exceeding ten A legal post must stand four feet the claims in the grouping. If the may issue a permit to holders t. ot f m , . . . above the freed claims grouped are owned by more x, 1 the v, nu timbeis miles in length giving the exclusive ground, squared or other claims to remove . , ' , , .... . right to dredge for gold, silver and for the upper eighteen inches and than one person a partnership for use m their mining operations and ... . ))latinum. The lessee must u have at measuring four inches across the agreement creating a joint where other timber is not readily ' , laced portion. The post must be several liability on the part of all available. ., , , least 1.11 one dredge .,. in operation 'on the 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. , j , with ... A lease may J be issued for a pcr- - Any person having complied . to convey priority of right. Cer- tain , iocI of twenty-on- e years for an area and Fees '. e u Act a t with ,;v, Taxes he provisions of the ie- - . disputes may be heard and de- termined , . , j o of not to exceed 1,920 ' acres giving to locating and recording a , by a Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at the rate of two and gard , . the right to the .u- - petroleum and nat- - 4 -- 4i U uiA u 11 u entitled to hold it a for fr b cla m shall be one-ha- lf per cent, on the value of "ral gas on the ..,-- , area leased. A rent-on- e Grants of claims grouped or own- ed year from the date of the record, . 6 Yukon all gold shipped from the , .... , . al is charged of 50 cents er acre be made re- newable x, fhoro-ifto- r frnm vpar in ,n vear. e by one person may Territory shall be paid to the Com- ptroller. .V V V . , uo Hnc r the first year and $1.00 per acre on the same date. provided during "each year he does . for each subsequent year, 1 j .1, (uQ or causes to be done work on the PLACER MINING For grant to a claim for Assay Office $10.00 claim to the value of $100.00 and. - Creeks means any natural water For one renewal year of grant shall within fourteen days after the An Assay Office is maintained by of the satisfy the the Government at Vancouver. width of expiration year, course having an average Tf renewed within 14 days Mining' Recorder that the work hasV...where gold exported from the Ter-bee- n less than one hundred and fifty feet after expiry date ..$10.00 done, and pay the Certificate ritory will be purchased at its full between its banks. If after 14 days and within 3 of Work fee. One hundred dollars value. Creek claims shall not exceed five months ......... $30.00 ' be paid in lieu of assessment G. A. JECKELL. hundred feet in length, measured If after 3 months and within 6 may ' ' Controller. work. iong the. base line, by orTe thousand months - $45.00 PAGE SIX THE WIIITBIIORRE STAR. WITITKHOBSB. YUKON Local Happenings Men's Mew Mr. and Mrs. J. Redpath we Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Macdonald are understand will be returning from, due to arrive back from the coast Spring Suits the coast at the end of the month. tomorrow. ; ARE NOW HERE ' Mr. and Mrs. Steele, formerly of It is reported that the govern- ment SAMPLES Forty-mil- e and their young daugh plebiscite will be held next TIP TOP TAILORS CLOTHES ter arrived from the coast by Y. S. , May. remains Tailors quality un- surpassed Despite world conditions Tip Top . plane Wednesday and .left j later by P. A. A. for Tanana; Alaska. I The Pollock . Airways . plane was in Woolens and Workmanship. You'll find, as usual, in from Fairbanks yesterday and Mr. W. O'Neill, chief engineer for returned later the same day. that we have all the fine Tip Top British and . domestjc fabrics. the General McRae interests, will be - this Spring. returning north from the coast with Mr. and Mrs. Dundas and Mr. and his wile and family at the end of Mrs. H. Knapf 1 of Dawson arrived by plare Thursday and leave to- morrow the month. PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM for the Qutside. HUNDREDS OF A general meeting of the Baskets ' SAME OLD PRICE. We extend a hearty welcome to ball Club will be held on Monday, all the W. P." & Y. R.employees who March 23rd at 8 o'clock in the Whitehorse are Public requested School. to make All in- terested a will be their returning work for tomorrow this season. to re- sume TAY LOR & DRURY Ltd point of attending this meeting. Jerry Jensen and Roy Barratt ar- rived by plane from Dawson yes- terday Mr, T. Campbell of the govefn-- , en route to the coast where We fire informed that Mr. and ment Pudit dept., who has been CORRESPONDENCE enlisting in the armed they are Mrs. W. H. MacFarland will be re- turning from here for the past few away forces. north the end of the month. months, is expected to arrive back SECOND VICTORY LOAN in town from the coast this week- end.: Mr. Harry Gleaves, proprietor of Mr. Dan McKay, co-pi- lot on the Arcade Cafe in Dawson will ar- rive B. the Tutshi last season, will be arriving Vancouver, C, . .- - in town tomorrow from the tomorrow. March 10th, 1942. Mr. Jim Saborne arrived from the coast on his way in to the Gold Mr. Horace E. Moore, coast in the last boat to the occupy City. Mr. A. E. James of West Vancou- ver Publisher, position chef ft the Whitehorse as will arrive tomorrow. We Whitehorse Star, Inn Cafe. Mr. Al. McKinnie, who We understand that due to the understand that as the Tutshi will Whitehorse, Y. T. was chief steward on the str. Yukon tourist season being "all shot" on not be in operation this season he Dear Mr, Moore: last season, is Mr. Sabornels assist- ant. account of the war this year the will be chief steward on the Yukon. Now that this Second Victory famed Ben-My-Chr- ee will not be Loan campaign is concluded and we opened this season. Mr. Grant McConachie, assistant have time to look back on accom- plishments, W. Drury Jr., eft by plane yester- day to the vice-preside- nt in charge of we wish to extend our morning for Carmacks to as- sume The Y. S. A. T. plane, piloted by Canadan Pacific Air Transportation sincere thanks to you, as Publisher the management of the Tayor Capt. Don Patry, arrived Wednes- day Operations, arrived in town Wed- nesday of the Whitehorse Star and the At-li- n & Drury Ltd.,' post 'temporarily: Mr. with a full load of passengers. by Y. S A. T. plane on a News-Min- er for the splendid co- operation C. Rosenberg, who has been in Mr. Grant McConachie was on the business trip. He left yesterday by given to the campaign. charge for the past few years and ship. Miss Young was the steward- ess. P.A.A. for Fairbanks and expects to We here at Headquarters have his wife are coming to Whitehorse. be back in Whitehorse tonight en been following publicity matter route to - his headquarters in Win-npe- g.' published in your paper and realize ' Axel and Ian Alecroft Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Richards ar- rived Nordling the full extent of your assistance. arrived in town yesterday from back home by Y. S. A. T. Without the wholehearted co-opera- tion Dawson en route to the coast to en-i- st plane Saturday from a combined fTERFSTING DATA of 'men like yourself, no cam- paign ' in the armed forces, they having business and pleasure trip to Ed- monton, REGARDING YUKON could be a success. passed their medical examination. Calgary and Vancouver. At SOUTHERN SERVICES. We are enclosing a summary of the coast they were met by their According to the annual state- ment results up to and including March Mr. Alec. Mcintosh, foreman at daughter Babe, who is a pupil at recently released the Yukon 7th. There may be a few supple- mental the local shipyards will arrive to- morrow. Crof ton House School, and their son Southern Air Transport Ltd., dur- ing orders but they will not It is understood his wife Cecil who is taking a course in the past year carried 3873 pas- sengers likely involve any substantial and family will come north as soon engineering. and more than 300,000 change in these figures. as school coses for the summer vac- ation. pounds of freight. Of the passeng- ers ""Thanking you again, we are, 1466 flew to Edmonton and 1921 Yours very truly,. to Vancouver.. The remainder made WM. E. THOMSON, Christ Church-Anglica- n- It is reported jn the Yukon Miner through trips. The pilots covered -- . Organizer, that Mrs. W. W. Moore,; the former THE OLD LOG CHURCH Mrs. Lillian McDermid and a pion- eer a total distances of 636,485 miles Yukon-Atli- n Division, " over a period of 4413 flying hours. Second Victory Loap. Whitehors" business woman of Dawson, Rev. L. G. Chappell, L. Th. passed away last month whilst en TIHnTTItIIITIIIIIIITIIITTIIIIHITTTTTTTTtfTrTTTt7 Rector. route to Vernon, B. C. She died in SUNDAY MARCH 15th. 1942 the Kelowna General Hospital. 10.00 a. m. Sunday School. tlllllllllUIITTTTTITTTTTT Fresh Butter r."Kv 11.00 a. m. Morning Prayer. Cured 7.30 p. m. Evening Prayer and W. II. THEATRE Try BURNS' , r and tTITIIirTTTTTltlTTTTTTTTTT Sermon. Whitehorse . Yukon Meats SlamrockBrdnd Gtamfty Butter Eggs : Showing: this week : 'TTTTTTIITTIITTTTTTTTTTTTTl Catholic Church Love Thy Burns' Famous Shamrock Brand Products Rev. Father J. J. Adam, O .M; I. Neighbour SUNDAY, MARCH 15th, 1942 Jack Benny Fred Allen You Can Buy No Better" 8.00 a. m. Communion Mass. :" Mary Martin Virginia Dale " lt).30 a. m. Mass and Sermon. and 7.30 p. m. Rosary and Benedicion Until further notice all "services Rochester. Burns & Company LimitedJ will 'be held in the Churcii, Wednesday & Saturday at 8 p. ra. qxxxxixxixxxxxi fir TrXTXXXXITIIIIIITTrXTTTXIITTTTIITTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT