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52Ki3see028 2.12311 DIXIE LAKE
1988
Trenching, Ground Geophysical Surveys
and Diamond Drilling Exploration Programme
on the
DIXIE LAKE PROPERTY
Red Lake Mining Division, Ontario
N.T.S. 52K/13E
Lat./Long. 50O 51', 93O 37'
by
MAX H. HOLTBY
Consolidated Silver Standard Mines Limited
for
Mutual Resources Ltd.
400 - 1199 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V6E 3T5
February 16, 1989
R ECEIVED
APR ~ 3 1989
MINING LANDS SECTION
RPT/001
010
s.iaan DIXIE LAKE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
l.
SUMMARY..... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l
2.
INTRODUCTION............. . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . ......
3
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3
3
4
5
3.
Location and Access.................................
History.............................................
Claims..............................................
1988 Work Programme.................................
GEOLOGY.................................................. 5
3.1
3.2
Regional Geology.................................... 5
Property Geology.................................... 6
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.2.5
South Trench Site.................. . ... . . . . . . 7
North Showing................................ 8
Main Showing................................. 8
EM Conductor A...............................10
General......................................12
4.
TRENCHING St ROCK SAMPLING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
5.
GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS......................................14
6.
DIAMOND DRILLING.........................................16
7.
CONCLUSIONS..............................................17
8.
RECOMMENDATIONS.......... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ......18
9.
COST STATEMENT...........................................20
10.
STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS... .... . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . .....22
11.
REFERENCES...............................................23
APPENDICES
1.
Diamond Drill Hole Logs
2.
Channel Samples
3.
Chip and Grab Samples
4.
5.
Assay Certificates and Analytical Procedures
Geophysical Instruments Parameters
TABLE OF CONTENTS ( continued)
MAPS AND FIGURES
Location Map, Figure l.. .. .........................after page
Claim Map, Figure 2................................after page
3
4
Regional Geology, Figure 3.........................after page 5
Cross Section A-B, DDH 88-4, Figure 4..............after page 10
Main Showing, Figure 88-1..............................in
South Trench Site and North Showing, Figure 88-2.......in
VLF-EM Survey, Figure 88-3.............................in
MaxMin l Survey 7111 Hz, Figure 88-4...................in
MaxMin l Survey 1777 Hz, Figure 88-5...................in
MaxMin l Survey 444 Hz , F igure 88-6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . in
pocket
pocket
pocket
pocket
pocket
pocket.
Magnetometer Survey, Figure 88-7.......................in pocket
South Grid - 1988 Programme, Figure 88-8...............in pocket
South Grid - Interpretation, Figure 88-9...............in pocket
North Grid - Interpretation, Figure 88-10..............in pocket
- l SUMMARY
The 1988 exploration programme on the Dixie Lake project at
Red Lake, Ontario was carried out between i September 18 and
December 20, 1988.
Field work comprised hydraulic washing of
three sites, trenching on the main showing (site 3) and the
southern trench (site 2), extensive chip sampling on the northern
showing (site 1), diamond-saw channel sampling on the main
showing and southern trench, 34.9 km of line-cutting, 32.8 km of
magnetometer and VLF-EM surveying, 31 km of MaxMin l EM
surveying, 465.12 m of diamond drilling in 7 holes, geological
mapping of trenches and minor prospecting and rock sampling
elsewhere on the claims.
At the main showing an auriferous iron formation varying
from 2 m to 4.5 m thick is exposed between mafic volcanic units.
Gold
mineralization
occurs
in
areas
with
arsenopyrite,
sphalerite, pyrite, pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite and is associated
with silicification, carbonatization, and magnetite-destructive
alteration. Channel samples of iron formation ranged from weakly
anomalous to 0.72 oz au/ton.
The better values were 0.72 oz
au/ton over 0.20 m, 0.190 oz au/ton over 2.46 m, 0.179 oz au/ton
over 2.02 m, 0.243 oz au/ton over 0.44 m and 0.173 oz au/ton over
0.64 m. In drill core the best assay was 0.169 oz au/ton over
1.0 m.
Sampling at the north showing indicates gold values are
restricted to small quartz veins cutting mafic volcanics. At the
south trench site no anomalous gold values have, as yet, been
found in samples of iron formation.
Three strong bedrock EM conductors were detected in the
horizontal loop EM survey. Drilling of the 700 m long conductor
A intersected a 20.02 m thick (approx. true width 13.3 m) iron
formation with an intercept of 6.02 m (approx. true width 4 m) of
0.107 oz au/ton including 1.73 m (approx. true width 1.15 m)
averaging 0.302 oz au/ton. Mineralization and alteration in this
iron formation is similar to that at the main showing.
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Interpretation of the geophysical survey results suggest an
early phase of folding (based upon magnetic data) followed by
east-striking
faulting
that
is,
in
turn,
followed
by
north-striking faulting.
Based on limited field relationships it appears that the
concentration of the gold mineralization in the iron formation is
related to a hydrothermal or metamorphic event.
The gold
mineralization is unlikely to be synsedimentary; however, its
enrichment in the iron formations tested by drilling indicates
there may be some syngenetic correlation; however, considerable
more field examination and petrographic and analytical data are
needed.
The iron formations are favourable hosts that can be traced
by geophysical means. Favourable structural settings for further
exploration include fold structures, both hinges and axial plane
related features, and the intersections of faults with iron
formations.
It is recommended that a geological survey of the claims be
carried out; that an orientation soil sampling survey over the
auriferous iron formation intersected in diamond drill hole 88-4
be carried out; and that further geophysical surveys be carried
out. Additional diamond drilling is recommended for conductor A.
Holes should also test conductors B and C.
After additional
geophysical, geological and possibly soil geochemical surveys
have defined target areas where iron formation are folded and/or
intersect faults, the recommended diamond drilling should be
undertaken.
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2.
INTRODUCTION
This report describes the surface exploration programme
carried out on the Dixie Lake property between September 18 and
December 20, 1988.
2.1
Location k Access
The property is located 24 km southeast of Red Lake,
Ontario. The claims lie between Dixie and Rice Lakes and south
of Highway 105. They straddle Dixie Creek and extend for 5.5 km
north-south.
Access from Red Lake is via Highway 105 for 25 km, then via
Tuzuk Road for 4 km and then via an old logging road for 3.2 km
to Dixie Creek. The main showing is a further 1.4 km south along
the logging road. Access is good as are road conditions. The
present bridge (#B-595) across Dixie Creek is in a deteriorated
state but it may be replaced by a logging contractor operating in
the area this winter.
Topographic relief is subdued with elevations ranging from
350 to 400 m.
Much of the property area has been logged and
further logging is schedule in the near future. Secondary growth
is infrequently dense and planted trees on the northern end of
the claims are about 2 m high.
2.2
History
The first recorded work on the present claim area was by M.
Walsh and associates in the early 1940's. Trenching, geological
and topographical works were carried out.
In the mid-1940's
Belgold Mines reported stripping, pit excavations, and x-ray
sized diamond drilling.
In 1969 Caravelle Mines Ltd. flew an
airborne magnetic and electromagnetic survey, followed in 1972 by
diamond drilling.
CONSOLIDATED SILVER STANDARD MINES LIMITED
DIXIE LAKE ,
ONT.
LOCATION MAP
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In the late 1970 's Newmont Mining Corp. carried out surface
geophysical surveys and diamond drilled to follow-up some
anomalies found by the 1969 Caravelle airborne survey. In 1985
Golden Terrace Resources
flew an airborne magnetic
and
electromagnetic survey but did not carry out follow-up work in
the present claims area.
2.3
Claims
The 127 claim property is located in the Red Lake Mining
Division and is shown on claim map G 1769, Dixie Lake Area.
Ninety-five claims are subject to an option agreement with G.
Desmeules, M. Desmeules, W. McNerney and D. B. Smith, of Red Lake
and Balmertown, and are held in escrow by National Trust Company
for Mutual Resources Ltd.
Claims
KRL
KRL
KRL
KRL
KRL
KRL
KRL
1023072-077
1023078
1023080
1023082-086
1023087-096
1023098-111
1023124-127
Date Recorded
19
17
17
02
19
21
21
August 1988
June 1988
June 1988
August 1988
August 1988
June 1988
June 1988
Due Date
19
17
17
02
19
21
21
August 1989
June 1989
June 1989
August 1989
August 1989
June 1989
June 1989
KRL 1056792-810
KRL 1056847-868
08 September 1988
08 September 1988
08 September 1989
08 September 1989
KRL 1056881-893
08 September 1988
08 September 1989
Thirty-two claims are held in the name of Consolidated
Silver Standard Mines Limited for Mutual Resources Ltd. and are
not subject to the option agreement. These claims form one block
contiguous with the optioned claims and a second block 2 km to
the south.
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1056819-822
1056894-896
Date Recorded
08
08
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September
September
September
September
1988
1988
1988
1988
Due Date
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September
1989
1989
1989
1989
Subsequent to the 1988 exploration programme a further 14 claims
were staked in early February 1989 at the northwest corner of the
Dixie North claim block.
2.4
1988 Work Programme
Between September 18 and December 20, 1988 field work
comprised hydraulic washing of three sites, trenching on the main
showing (site 3) and the southern trench (site 2) , extensive chip
sampling on the northern showing (site 1), diamond-saw channel
sampling on the main showing and southern trench, 34.9 km of
line-cutting, 32.8 km of magnetometer and VLF-EM surveying, 31 km
of MaxMin 1-EM surveying, 465.12 m of diamond drilling in 7
holes, geological mapping of trenches and minor prospecting and
rock sampling elsewhere on the claims.
The north showing is on claim KRL 1023100. The main showing
trench and diamond drill holes DL88-1,2,3 and 5 are on claim KRL
1023099. Diamond drill holes DL88-4, 6, and 7 are located on
claim KRL 1023102.
The south trench is located on claim KRL
1023103.
3.
GEOLOGY
3.1
Regional Geology
The property lies within the Uchi subprovince of the
Superior Province.
The Uchi subprovince in this region is
characterized
by
large
domes
comprised
of
intercalated
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amphibolite, biotitic quartzo-feldspathic gneiss, hornblendebiotite quartzo-feldspathic gneiss, and medium-grained biotite
trondhjemite gneiss units mantling a core zone consisting of
foliated, metamorphosed, homogeneous to gneissic and xenolithic
trondhjemite. Both the core and mantle zones were the loci of
numerous late-tectonic stocks and dykes of unmetamorphosed,
medium to coarse-grained, leucocratic biotite quartz monzonite
which have obliterated the original core-mantle relations in many
areas. Several small, massive, metamorphosed, medium to coarsegrained, gabbro to hornblendite intrusive bodies occur both
within and proximal to the domes.
Belts and isolated relict arms of metavolcanic and
metasedimentary units lie between these domes and intrusive
bodies. The Dixie Lake Metavolcanic - Metasedimentary Belt forms
a central mass in the Dixie Lake - Snake Falls area with branches
to the south, southwest and west.
This belt is dominantly
composed of a thick sequence of pillowed to massive, mafic to
intermediate flows.
Intermediate composition metavolcanics,
finely laminated tuff units, massive flows and local tuffbreccias, are the second most abundant rock types.
Minor
intercalated bands of greywacke, argillite, quartzite and oxide
facies iron formation arc present and feldspar porphyry dykes are
locally apparent.
The main portion of
the
Dixie
Lake
MetavolcanicMetasedimentary Belt has been tentatively correlated,
by
Thurston, to Cycle 2 of the Uchi-Confederation MetavolcanicMetasedimentary Belt. The mafic metavolcanics north of Rice Lake
have been tentatively correlated to Cycle 3 of the UchiConfederation Metavolcanic-Metasedimentary Belt.
3.2
Property Geology
A geological survey of the claim block was not completed due
to the late start of the programme and early snowfall.
- 7 -
Detail mapping was carried on the main trench, south trench
and north showing. Both the main showing trench and south trench
have exposed iron formation lying between massive mafic volcanic
units.
3.2.1
South Trench Site
In the south .trench (Figure 88-2) a 9.2 m width o f an
east-west striking south dipping iron formation is exposed. The
iron formation is very siliceous and relatively unweathered on
the northern (structural footwall) half. The southern half is
argillaceous, in sections strongly foliated and weathered
(strongly weathered over a 2 m section). Pyrrhotite and pyrite
average Q.25% to 1 \ throughout the iron formation with a 1.44 m
interval containing up to 1(^ pyrite over 2 cm - 3 cm sections
and another 83 cm interval with 25% sulphides (pyrrhotite much
greater than pyrite).
Feldspar porphyry dykes can be seen
intruding the iron formation and along the contact with the
overlying mafic volcanic. One channel sample line with fourteen
samples was cut across the iron formation. The best assay value
was 0.005 oz au/ton over 76 cm in an interval with 1 Q^ pyrite,
over 2 cm - 3 cm sections, and a small quartz vein with trace
chalcopyrite (assay values and descriptions in Appendix 2).
Geophysical results in the south trench site area are
ambiguous.
A multiple fold interpretation as shown on Figure
88-9 is suggestable but the strike direction of the iron
formation at this site is perpendicular to the fold axis. The
exposure of iron formation is small enough that it does not
totally preclude the possibility of a folded sequence.
The horizontal loop EM survey did not respond to the iron
formation but given the line orientation this is to be expected.
A weak VLF-EM conductor is interpretable parallel to the
suggested fold axis.
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3.2.2.
North Showing
Trenches on the north showing (Figure 88-2) have exposed
mafic volcanics cut by small quartz veins. Quartz veins vary
from 2 cm to 28 cm wide and contain traces of pyrite, pyrrhotite
and chalcopyrite. The best gold values are restricted to quartz
veins with the highest value being 1880 ppb gold in a grab sample
of a 4 cm - 6 cm wide quartz vein with trace tourmaline. One
metre chip samples of mafic volcanics exposed in the trenches
were only anomalous in gold where quartz veins were included in
the metre interval analysis and sample descriptions
in
Appendix 3 .
No geophysical response is directly relatable to the north
showing.
A moderate to strong east striking VLF-EM conductor
located immediately to the north parallels shearing and foliation
observed in mafic volcanics at this site.
3.2.3
Main Showing
The main showing trench (Figure 88-1) exposes a 55 m strike
length of iron formation.
Diamond drill hole intersections
confirm a 210 m strike length.
The iron formation strikes
north-south and for the most part dips steeply to the east with
tops possibly to the east.
Top direction is based upon the
differences in character between the footwall and hangingwall
mafic volcanics and the sharp hangingwall contact of the iron
formation as opposed to the somewhat irregular footwall contact.
The footwall mafic volcanic contains possible pillow structures
and sulphide patches near the iron formation. The hangingwall
mafic volcanic is massive with no sulphide patches.
The northern portion of the iron formation at the main
showing appears, superficially, to have a different character to
the southern portion with the division at a subhorizontal fault
exposed in a cliff between channel sample lines E and F.
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The southern portion consists of a black footwall section
that is argillaceous to siliceous with occasional carbonatized
bands, occasionally interbedded with amphibolite bands and
commonly with high magnetite or moderate (5% - 1C^) sulphides; a
central section that is usually folded, green to grey, siliceous,
and on average with 2 \ - 3 ^ sulphides; a hangingwall section of
light grey to black, usually with less than 2% sulphides, very
siliceous with fine grained to aphanitic quartz and a sharp
contact with overlying mafic volcanic. In the trenched exposure
of the southern portion pyrrhotite is the major sulphide with
less pyrite while in drill core trace chalcopyrite, sphalerite
and arsenopyrite were observed.
Gold values tend to be
restricted to geochemically anomalous values. The best values in
surface channel sampling were 0.52 m grading 0.09 oz au/ton and
1.26 m grading 0.069 oz au/ton. One drill intercept in hole 88-7
assayed 0.169 oz au/ton over 1.0 m.
The northern portion of the main showing is different in
that the divisions within the iron formation are not recognizable
in the trenched exposure. Except for a highly weathered area cut
by line C and the shear along the hangingwall the iron formation
is black with a dense appearance. Silicification is evident as
siliceous patches. The highest gold values in channel samples
were found in lines A to E. On line A a 30 cm shear at the
hangingwall side of the iron formation assayed 0.13 oz au/ton.
On line B a 64 cm section with arsenopyrite and other sulphides
assayed 0.173 oz au/ton while the adjacent 20 cm shear at the
hangingwall side assayed 0.72 oz au/ton.
On line C a 2.46 m
width assayed 0.19 oz au/ton. This includes a 44 cm section of
0.243 oz au/ton in an arsenopyritiferous zone and 2.02 m of 0.179
oz au/ton in a bleached and strongly weathered section.
On
line Da 1.61 m sampled section assayed 0.068 oz au/ton and on
line E a 1.70 rn sampled section assayed 0.091 oz au/ton. Gold
values are higher in sections with arsenopyrite and trace
sphalerite. A rare trace of visible gold was found near sample
line B.
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In drill core the northern portion appears similar to the
southern portion in that possible lithologic divisions are
visible but a higher carbonatization is evident as altered bands
in the iron formation and as a zone at the footwall contact. The
best intersection in drill holes on the northern portion of the
main showing was in hole 88-2 where a 1.38 m intercept with
moderate carbonatization assayed 0.053 oz au/ton.
In general barren carbonate-quartz veinlets are more
abundant in the footwall mafic volcanic than in the hangingwall
mafic volcanic, 2 \ to 6*fc versus 1^ or less, respectively.
Metamorphism is amphibolite grade. Garnets and amphiboles
are common within the iron formation. Minor tremolite was seen
in two drill holes.
While drilling confirms an east dip to the main showing iron
formation structural complexities are evident. Drill hole 88-1
indicated an 85 0 west dip to the iron formation between the
trenched exposure and hole 88-1.
Drill hole 88-2 indicated a
change to an east dip and drill hole 88-5 indicated an 85 O east
dip. The magnetic pattern of the ground magnetic survey suggests
that the main showing iron formation may be the west limb of a
fold with the east limb unexposed and drill hole 88-3
intersection near the hinge. Both limbs of the fold structure
appear to be truncated by an east-striking fault, shown as
MaxMin EM conductor H.
3.2.4
EM Conductor A
Horizontal
loop
EM
conductor
A
is
a
strong
southeast-striking feature that is interpreted to be vertically
to north dipping. This feature has a coincident magnetic anomaly
and is also responsive to VLF-EM frequencies. Diamond drill hole
88-4 was drilled on conductor A.
B
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- 11 The anomaly was found to be caused by sulphides in an iron
formation (Figure 4). A 20.02 m intercept of iron formation was
intersected but assuming a vertical dip to the iron formation and
a 70 angle between the azimuth of the drill hole and the strike
of the iron formation a true width of 13.3 m is interpreted. The
first 6.02 m (approx. true width 4.00 m) of iron formation,
excluding 2 narrow dykes, averages 0.107 oz gold per ton including
a 1.73 m intercept (approx. true width 1.15 m) averaging 0.302 oz
gold per ton. This auriferous intercept is very siliceous often
with a brecciated appearance and contains: pyrrhotite 2% - 3%
and occasionally bands of 20%, pyrite \.\ - 2% and occasionally
bands of 10*1; - 15*1; , arsenopyrite trace to Q.25% with rare 2 \ over
narrow widths, chalcopyrite traces with pyrrhotite, and sphalerite
traces. A deeper intercept of 0.23 m (approx. true width 0.15 m)
assayed 0.236 oz gold per ton and has a similar appearance to the
first auriferous intercept.
This iron formation is bounded by mafic volcanic units
similar to those at the main showing. In both mafic volcanics
carbonate-quartz veinlets average 1 ^ - 2%. In the mafic volcanic
to the southwest of the iron formation a 2.5 m interval with 5%
carbonate-quartz veinlets occurs at the contact with the iron
formation. A 0.48 m intercept with 25*^ pervasive carbonatization
of the mafic volcanic occurs adjacent to the section with 5%
carbonate-quartz veinlets and assayed 0.033 oz gold per ton (see
Figure 4) .
Conductor A is 700 m long. At its southeast end it appears
to intersect conductor H (interpreted to be a f ault). A possible
eastward extension is shown as conductor F, although conductor F
can also be interpreted as a more electromagnetically responsive
extension of conductor H.
The northwest end of conductor A appears to be truncated by
a fault or another geological feature not exposed. Magnetic data
on line 4N just northwest of the end of conductor A indicates a
complexity in the structure or stratigraphic sequence at that
point.
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3.2.5
General
An interpretation of the combined geophysical results
shown on Figures 88-9 and 10.
is
In the north grid area a sequence of antiforms is
interpreted.
Magnetic anomalies outline iron formations with
coincident horizontal loop and VLF-EM conductors B and E. The
antiforms are truncated to the southeast by a probable fault
along Dixie Creek.
In the south grid area possible fold structures occur at the
main showing and at the south trench area. EM conductors H and I
and numerous VLF-EM conductors suggests a prominent east-striking
structural trend. Disruptions of these east-striking conductors
are interpreted to be later north-striking faults. North-striking
faults are perpendicular to the bearing to Cutler VLF station and
would, therefore, not be receptive to detection by the VLF
survey.
Eleven grab samples were collected elsewhere on the claims
(analysis and descriptions in Appendix 3). One sample of quartzfeldspar-muscovite gneiss at 7+OOS-1+50E contained 300 ppb gold.
The remaining samples were not anomalous for gold, silver copper
or zinc.
4.
TRENCHING S ROCK SAMPLING
Trenches were dug on the main showing and at the south
trench site. These two sites were hydraulically washed as were
caved trenches at the north showing.
The forest cover was
removed from the main showing by A S M Desmeules of Red Lake from
September 18 - 20th, by skidder, and an area with thin overburden
was stripped.
From October 19 to 23rd a backhoe operated by
Hayward's Marina Ltd. of Balmertown dug the trench on the main
showing and enlarged an old trench at the south trench site. The
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trench on the main showing is 56 m long, averages 2m to 2.5 m
deep and averages 3 m to 5 m wide with a 10 m long by 20 m wide
stripped area near the northern end of the trench. The 16 m long
south trench includes a main section averaging 2 to 3 m wide by
10 m long with aim wide by 6 m long tail section; both average
l m to 2 m deep.
Hydraulic washing and diamond-saw channel sampling was
slowed and hampered by snowfall and freezing conditions.
A
propane tiger-torch was used to melt ice build-up during the
washing and sawing process. On the main showing sample channel
lines, across the iron formation, were cut an average of 5 cm to
6 cm deep and 3 cm to 5 cm wide and usually at 4 m intervals,
except in more interesting areas where lines were cut l m to 2m
apart. Seventeen lines totalling 46.91 m were cut with a total
of 81 samples. Sample lines are shown on Figure 88-1 with assays
and descriptions in Appendix 2.
One line of 14 samples was cut across 9.22 m of iron
formation in the south trench site.
The remainder of trench
uncovered mafic volcanics or did not reach bedrock and was not
sampled. The sampling is shown on Figure 88-2 with assays and
descriptions in Appendix 2.
At the northern showing two old collapsed trenches were
hydraulically washed out and a 2 m by 5m cliff between the
trenches was washed-off.
In one trench a 3m by 3m by 1.5m
deep area was cleaned out and in the other trench an 11 m long by
2 m to 3.5m wide by l m deep area was cleaned out. Sampling of
the two trenches was accomplished by l m long chip samples along
both walls and grab samples of quartz veins.
A total of
twenty-one l m chip samples and 7 grab samples were collected.
Sampling is shown on Figure 88-2 with analysis and descriptions
in Appendix 3 .
Analytical results and geology of the trenched areas are
described in Section 3.2 Property Geology.
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5.
GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS
Line cutting and ground geophysical surveys were conducted
between September 20 and November 28, 1988 by contractor K.
Bernier of Sioux Lookout, Ontario under the supervision of
Consolidated Silver Standard Mines Ltd. personnel.
Two grids were established, the south grid centered on the
main showing and the north grid located north of Dixie Creek.
The south grid has a 1.7 km baseline oriented at 135 0 and 21.25
km of line with a 100 m line spacing and a 25 m station interval.
The north grid has a 2.0 km baseline oriented at 150 O and 9.7 km
of line with a 200 m line spacing and a 25 m station interval.
VLF-EM data is plotted on Figure 88-3, Cutler VLF station
was used. Horizontal loop EM frequencies 7111, 1777 and 444 Hz
were used with results on Figures 88-4, 5 and 6, respectively.
Magnetic data is plotted on Figure 88-7.
VLF-EM and magnetic data were recorded using an EDA Omni
Plus
combined
VLF/Magnetometer
system.
Horizontal
loop
electromagnetic data was recorded using an Apex Parametrics Ltd.
MaxMin l system.
Specifications for both machines are in
Appendix 5.
Strong bedrock conductors detected at 444 Hz are plotted on
Figure 88-7.
They are considered to definitely represent
sulphide mineralization or graphite. The strength in mhos, depth
in metres and apparent dip direction are indicated.
The
strongest conductors (A, B and C) correlate with conductors
detected by Golden Terrace Resources' 1985 airborne magnetic and
electromagnetic survey.
Conductor A extends from line 3S-2+10E to line 0-2+60E, has
a strength from 10 to 45 mhos, varies from 12 to 43 m deep, and
varies from vertical to north dipping. It was drilled by diamond
drill hole 88-4.
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Conductor B is in the northwest corner of the north grid on
lines 24N-2+20E and 26N-1+80E. It is 38 to 55 m deep and has a
strength from 50 to 60 mhos.
Conductor C is in the northeast corner of the south grid on
line 7S-9+30E and 8S-9+50E.
It is 22 to 23 m deep, has a
strength of 7 to 14 mhos and an apparent dip to the north.
Conductor D is a one line feature at line 4S-2+2OW that is
40 m deep, has a strength of 10 mhos and an apparent north dip.
On the 1777 Hz map, Figure 88-5, weaker conductors that
probably represent weak sulphides or graphite conductors are
plotted. The most prominent of these, conductor E, extends from
line 8N-6+60E to line 18N-4+OOE. Conductor F extends from line
5S-2+70E to line 6S-3+10E and may be a fault displaced eastward
extension of conductor A or a more conductive extension of
conductor H. Conductor G is a weak feature extending from line
4S-6+30E to line 5S-6+50E.
Figure 88-4 with results at 7111 Hz shows literally hundreds
of ionic conductors. The stronger ionic conductors are plotted
and they probably represent very weak sulphide or graphite zones,
shears, fracture zones and extensions or off-end effects of the
stronger bedrock conductors.
The major new conductor at this
frequency is conductor H, which is interpreted to be a fault.
Conductor I probably is a fault parallel to conductor H.
The iron formation hosting the main showing was not
responsive to the horizontal loop EM but it was definable with
the magnetic survey.
The main showing appears to be the west
limb of a fold with both limbs cut-off by the fault defined as
conductor H.
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The iron formation at the south trench was not detected by
the MaxMin EM survey but with the survey lines parallel to the
observed strike this is to be expected. Magnetic values in this
area, for the same reason, do not readily form a defined pattern.
They can be interpreted as a folded sequence with three axis
apparent as magnetic trends, although the strike of the small
exposure of iron formation observed in the south trench does not
conform to this interpretation.
Elsewhere in the surveyed area the magnetic trends suggest a
series of iron formations that may be folded and are interpreted
to be cut by east-striking faults.
The VLF-EM survey detected all but one of the conductors
that the horizontal loop EM survey detected plus numerous other
features. Strong bedrocks horizontal loop EM conductors A, B, C
and D are not strong magnitude VLF-EM conductors. Weaker bedrock
conductors E and F were detected while conductor G was not
detected. High frequency horizontal loop EM ionic conductors, H
and I, were detected but much of conductor H has a subtle
response.
A number of VLF-EM conductors are apparent with an
east-striking direction, ie parallel to conductors H S I. These
are interpreted to be faults or shears. Discontinuities along
these east-striking conductors suggest that north-striking faults
were active later.
6.
DIAMOND DRILLING
Diamond drilling was undertaken from December 7 to 20th by
Heath S Sherwood Drilling Inc. of Kirkland Lake. Seven BQ size
holes were drilled for a total of 465.12 m.
Six holes were
drilled on the main showing and its strike extensions and one
hole
(88-4)
was
drilled
on
the
best
horizontal
loop
electromagnetic conductor.
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Drill Hole
Azimuth
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL
140
140
077 o
045 C
081 (
275 (
270 C
88-1
88-2
88-3
88-4
88-5
88-6
88-7
Dip
-45 0
-65 0
-45 0
-45 0
-60 0
-45 0
-55 0
Length (m)
49.68
90.22
76.20
96.01
38.40
60.66
54.25
Co-Qrdinates
O 4- 90N - O + 46E
O + 9 0N -04- 46E
O + 9 0N -04- 46E
2 + O OS -24^ 07E
O 4- 26N -04- 01W
B.L. - O * 75S
l 4- OOS -04- SOW
Diamond drilling results are discussed in Section
Property Geology; drill hole logs are in Appendix 1.
7.
3.2
CONCLUSIONS
Based on limited field relationships it appears that the
concentration of gold mineralization in the iron formation is
related to an epigenetic event such as in the model for Archean
lode gold deposits presented by Colvine et al 1988. The gold
mineralization is unlikely to be synsedimentary; however, its
enrichment in the iron formations tested by drilling indicates
there may be some syngenetic correlation. The iron formations at
the main showing and conductor A average greater than 100 ppb
gold across their full widths and sampled strike lengths, which
is anomalous for iron formations.
At Dixie Lake, gold mineralization in iron formation is
accompanied by
carbonatization,
silicification,
magnetitedestructive alteration and arsenic metasomatism. In one drill
intercept gold mineralization occurs in mafic volcanics that have
undergone moderate carbonatization.
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The gold mineralized iron formations are considered td be a
favourable host that can be traced by geophysical means.
Favourable structural settings for gold concentrations would
include fold structures, both hinges and axial plane related
features, and the intersections of faults with iron formations.
Horizontal loop EM conductor A contains the best gold values
intersected during diamond drilling.
This conductor and its
intersections with conductors H and I, interpreted to be faults,
is a good target for further exploration. The main showing is
interpreted to be on the west limb of a fold. The fold axis of
this fold and the intersections of the limbs with conductor H are
also concluded to be good targets for further exploration. Drill
hole 88-7, the closest hole to the intersection of the fold's
west limb and conductor H, contained an intercept of 0.169 oz
au/ton over 1.0 m.
If the high magnetic features on lines 4S and 5S in the
vicinity of the south trench are a sequence of folds then this
area is also a good target area for further exploration.
Strong conductors B and C are also considered to be targets
for further exploration.
8.
RECOMMENDATIONS
It is recommended that a geological survey of the claims be
carried out. At the same time an orientation soil geochemical
survey should be carried out over conductor A in the vicinity of
drill hole 88-4. If the gold mineralization at this site can be
detected geochemically then further soil sampling is recommended
in all areas considered to be targets for gold mineralization.
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Further ground magnetic surveying is recommended, at a
closer spacing, to aid in interpretation of structures in the
main showing and south trench areas. Additional ground magnetic
surveying to extend the known strike length of conductors B and C
is recommended. Both conductors B and C exhibit a strengthening
EM response toward the outside lines on the grid with the
strongest response on the last line at each location. As the
magnetic trends generally correspond with conductors B and C it
may prove sufficient to conduct detail magnetic surveying over
the projected strike extensions rather than further horizontal
loop EM surveys.
Additional diamond drilling is recommended on conductor A.
Conductors B and C should also be tested by diamond drilling.
After
geological,
possible
soil geochemical
and
further
geophysical surveys have more precisely defined the target areas
where iron formations are folded and/or intersect fault or shear
structures,
the
recommended
diamond
drilling
should
be
undertaken. It is anticipated that holes would be drilled in the
vicinity of the target areas outlined in Section 9 Conclusions.
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ASSESSMENT CREDITS - COST STATEMENT
Diamond Drilling @ l day/foot
1,526 days
all holes greater than 7/8" core and
deeper than 100 feet
drilled on claim
KRL1023099 KRL1023102 -
835'
691'
Total - 1,526
B.
Geophysical Surveys (Special Provisions)
Linecutting, Magnetometer, VLF-EM and
Horizontal Loop EM Surveys.
100 m spaced lines with 25 m station intervals:
claims fully covered:
KRL 1023099, 1023100-103,
1023107-109, 1023111
1023125
all 80 days
claims 65*^5 covered:
KRL1023098, 1023126
all 52 days
partial coverage:
KRL1023078, 1023080, 1023104,
1023106, 1023110, 1023124,
1056852-853
to be
prorated by
Ministry
200 m spaced lines with 25 m station intervals
claims fully covered:
partial coverage:
1023082-083
to be
prorated by
Ministry
KRL1023072-073, 1023078,
1023084, 1023087, 1023091,
1023124
to be
prorated by
Ministry
KRL1023074-075,
Stripping by mechanical equipment @ l day/^lO
1- Skidder
A S M Desmeules
2,105.00
2- Backhoe - Haywards Marina
2,160.00
3- Waterpump Rental
615.60
Total:
4,880.60
=
488 days
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D.
Mechanical Equipment Labour @ l day/3 hours/person
l- Power Washing Trenches
A. Potter
M. Holtby
6 man days @ 9 hours
10 man days @ 9 hours
=
=
18 days
30 days
2- Diamond-saw channel sampling
E.
A. Potter
M. Kuivila
3 man days
@ 9 hours
5.5 man days @ 9 hours
=
=
9 days
16 days
M. Holtby
2 man days
=
6 days
@ 9 hours
Total:
79 days
Total:
18 days
Manual work @ l day for each 6 hours/person
l- Rock sampling by hammer and moil
A. Potter
M. Holtby
F.
2 man days @ 9 hours
10 man days @ 9 hours
=
=
3 days
1 5 days
Technical Days @ 7 days credit/man day
l- Detail geology of trenches
M. Holtby (geologist)
field
office
6 man-days
2 man-days
W. Raymond (drafting)
2 man-days
Total:
G.
10 man-days
70 days
Assays @ l
1- Drill Core
1,597.50
2- Rock Samples
2,821.75
Total:
4,419.25
=
2 94 days
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10.
STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS
I, Max H. Holtby, residing at 103 - 1026 Queens Avenue, New
Westminster, B.C. hereby certify that:
1.
I graduated form the University of British Columbia in 1972
with a B.Se. in Honours Geology.
2.
I am a Geological Association of Canada Fellow
Geological Society of Malaysia Member in good standing.
3.
The work described
supervision.
4.
I have worked since graduation as an exploration geologist
and in mine management in Canada, Malaysia and Liberia, West
Africa.
herein
was
done
under
H^
4
f l CM? rf
Max H. Holtby, F JG.
my
and
direct
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11.
REFERENCES
Colvine, A.C., et al
1988:
Archean Lode Gold Deposits in Ontario;
Geological Survey, Misc. Paper 139.
Ontario
Pryslak, A.P. and Valliant, W.W.
1975:
Dixie Lake Area, District of Kenora; Ontario Division
Mines, Prelim. Map P1032, Red Lake Data Series, Scale
l inch to 1/4 mile.
Resident Geologist's Assessment Files, Ministry of Natural
Resources, Red Lake.
Shklanka, R.
1970: Geology of the Bruce Lake Area; Ontario Dept. Mines,
Geological Report 82.
Thurston, P.C.
1981:
No. 2 Western Uchi Sub-Province Synoptic Project,
p. 8-11 in Summary of Field Work, Edited by J. Wood et
al, Ontario Geological Survey, Misc. Paper 100.
Thurston, P.C. and Bartlett, J.R.
1981: Trout Lake - Birch Lake Sheet, Kenora District;
Ontario Geological Survey Preliminary Map P2386,
Compilation Series, Scale l inch to 2 miles.
1981:
Red Lake Sheet, Kenora District; Ontario Geological
Survey Preliminary Map P2385, Compilation Series,
Scale l inch to 2 miles.
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Channel Samples
JPPEKBH 2
CHANNEL SAMPLES
l of 3
Length
Sample Hos.
Line
iu Opt, iq Opt
Description
SHOWING
105728
105729
105730
105731
84
11
94
30
0.012
0.004
0.003
0.130
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
<
<
<
<
B
2.81 m
105723
105724
105725
105726
105727
76
53
68
64
20
0.051
0.049
0.039
0.173
0.720
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
0.01 Ag
< 0.01 Ag
0.01 Ag
0.02 Ag
0.07 Ag
dark greyish black, mssv, dsmn slpds
dark greyish black, mssv, dsmn slpds
slcs, 2(ft slpds, py > cp > minor po and asp
slcs, 5% slpds, py > cp > minor po and asp
very strongly weathered, trace py left
C
3.38 m
105717
105718
105719
105720
105721
105722
44
48
44
35
84
83
0.009
0.039
0.243
0.240
0.042
0.292
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
< 0.01 Ag
0.03 Ag
0.03 Ag
0.04 Ag
< 0.01 Ag
0.04 Ag
black, py fcfg
greyish black, low slpds po ^ py ^ minor cp
med grey, slcs, 5% - l(ft slpds, py ^ cp > po > asp
bleached, weathered, leached, 25% py
bleached, weathered, leached, very slcs, < l% py > cp
bleached, weathered, leached
D
1.61 m
105713
105714
105715
105716
46
32
49
34
0.012
0.118
0.102
0.049
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
< 0.01 Ag
0.02 Ag
0.01 Ag
< 0.01 Ag
FW, dark greenish black, slcs patches and veins, ^ - 20i po
dark black to greenish, 5% - 8% po in streaks (bands)
dark greyish black, slcs, l(ft slpds (same slcs zone as 105712)
med grey, J.% po
E
1.70 m
105711
105712
70
100
0.053 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.117 Au, 0.01 Ag
FW, dark grey to black, 5% - IQ\ po in streaks
dark grey to black, slcs patches, 3% - 5% po > py > minor cp
F
2.12 m
105708
105709
105710
79
47
86
0.005 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.003 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.005 Au, < 0.01 Ag
FW, black, surface weathered, heavy iron stain, very low slpds
dark greenish, strongly weathered, very low slpds
HW, slcs, folded, strong mgnt
G
2.92 m
105854
105855
105856
105857
105858
59
70
71
56
36
0.04 Au, 0.08 Ag
< 0.002 Au, 0.04 Ag
0.045 Au, 0.18 Ag
0.006 Au, 0.05 Ag
0.006 Au, 0.03 Ag
FW, black, fltn, strong slpds, not folded
black, fltn, strong slpds, not folded
weak fltn, strong slpds, l cm flat slpd vein
greenish, weakly folded, weak slpds
HW, grey to greyish white, slcs, weakly folded, weak slpds
A
2.19 m
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
Ag
Ag
Ag
Ag
black, mssv, mod magnetic, ^ po, Q.2% - D.3% cp
black, mssv, mod magnetic, ^ po, Q.2% - Q.3% cp, 1.5 cm py vein
med greenish grey, low slpds
shear, strong fltn, low slpds
r
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py
APPENDIX 2
CHANNEL SAMPLES
Length
Line
Sample Nos.
H
2.67 m
105851
105852
105853
119
103
45
I
2.51 m
105859
105860
105861
105862
J
2.51 ra
Au Opt, ftq Opt
Description
0.004 Au, 0.04 ftg
0.002 Au, 0.04 Ag
0.004 Au, 0.08 Ag
FW, black, not folded, strong slpds
greenish, folded
HW, grey to greyish white, very slcs, very low slpds
53
67
94
37
0.005 Au, 0.02 Ag
0.002 Au, 0.02 Ag
0.002 Au, 0.01 Ag
< 0.001 4u, < 0.01 Ag
FW, black, not folded
folded, black
weakly folded, greenish, slcs weak slpds
HW, slcs, not folded, weak slpds
105863
105864
105865
105866
105867
105868
20
57
42
45
45
42
0.003 Au, 0.02 Ag
0.002 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.003 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.002 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.005 Au, < 0.01 Ag
< 0.001 Au, < 0.01 Ag
FW, greenish, banded, weak slpds
dark grey, banded, not folded
black, folded, mod slpds po > py > cp
70% black, 30% greenish, folded, low slpds
greenish S whitish, banded, weakly folded, low slpds
HW, black, not folded, slcs, low slpds
K
2.42 m
105869
105870
105871
105872
105873
53
54
53
58
24
0.003 Au, 0.01 Ag
0.003 Au, 0.01 Ag
0.002 Au, 0.01 Ag
0.006 Au, < 0.01 Ag
< 0.001 Au, < 0.01 Ag
FW, weak slpds, not folded, strong iron stain
strong iron stain
strong iron stain, folded, strong slpds, po, cp
green and white, weak iron stain, weak slpds
HW, slcs, low slpds
L
2.85 m
105874
105875
105876
105877
105878
57
74
83
37
34
0.004
0.003
0.006
0.004
0.001
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
<
<
<
<
<
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
Ag
Ag
Ag
Ag
Ag
FW, oxidized, strong iron stain, old trench
oxidized, strong iron stain, black, folded, old trench
oxidized, strong iron stain, green and white, low slpds, old trench
green and white, low slpds
HW, slcs but less than previous samples at HW, low slpds
M
2.79 m
105879
105880
105881
105882
91
77
86
25
0.002
0.013
0.010
0.015
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
<
<
<
<
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
Ag
Ag
Ag
Ag
FW, strong iron stain, low slpds
greenish
greenish, low slpds
HW, black, banded, not folded very low slpds
N
2.95 m
105889
105890
105891
105892
105893
105894
20
60
67
46
52
50
< 0.001 Au, 0.02 Ag
0.004 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.002 Au, 0.02 Ag
< 0.001 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.090 Au, 0.01 Ag
0.006 Au, 0.02 Ag
RPT/001A
FW, dark green, banded
black, banded, not folded, mod slpds
black, banded, not folded
very slcs, 70% qtz, folded, greenish white
mod slcs, folded, greenish white
HW, greyish, low slpds
2 of 3
APPEKDIX 2
CHANNEL SAMPLES
3 of 3
Length
Line
0
3.64
P
3.38 m
Q
4.46 m
Sample Nos.
Au Opt, iq Opt
Description
FW, dark green, banded, very weak slpds
105883
105884
105885
105886
105887
105888
16
94
64
64
74
52
0.001
0.002
0.001
0.004
0.077
0.058
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
< 0.01 Ag
0.01 Ag
^.01 Ag
< 0.01 Ag
0.02 Ag
0.02 Ag
105895
105896
105897
105898
105899
105900
105701
29
67
64
41
44
57
36
0.006
0.002
0.002
0.015
0.054
0.009
0.001
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
0.01 Ag
< 0.01 Ag
< 0.01 Ag
< 0.01 Ag
0.01 Ag
< 0.01 Ag
< 0.01 Ag
FW, black, weakly folded, iron stain
black, folded, heavy iron staia
105702
105703
105704
105705
105706
105707
100
100
70
97
27
52
0.003
0.002
0.004
0.028
0.051
0.003
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
Au,
<
<
<
<
<
<
FW, black, mssv, strong iron stained, 3% - 5% po
105732
105733
105734
105735
105736
105737
105738
105739
105740
105741
105742
105743
105744
105745
58
32
51
96
33
69
63
76
68
83
100
72
73
48
0.004 Au, 0.01 Ag
0.001 Au, < 0.01 Ag
< 0.001 Au, 0.01 Ag
< 0.001 Au, 0.03 Ag
< 0.001 Au, 0.05 Ag
< 0.001 Au, 0.02 Ag
< 0.001 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.005 Au, 0.03 Ag
0.002 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.001 Au, 0.02 Ag
0.003 Au, < 0.01 Ag
< 0.001 Au, < 0.01 Ag
< 0.001 Au, < 0.01 Ag
< 0.001 Au, < 0.01 Ag
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
Ag
Ag
Ag
Ag
Ag
Ag
black, heavy iron stain
white and greenish, very slcs, TO+% qtz, folded, low slpds
white and greenish, very slcs, SO+% qtz, folded, low slpds, chloritic
white and greenish, very slcs, 25% qtz, folded, low slpds in chloritic sections
HW, mixture of mafic vice, qtz vein and iron formation
black, folded, heavy iron stain
very slcs, 7C^ qtz, low slpds
slcs, ICft - \5\ qtz, mod iron stain, mod slpds
greenish and white, folded, low slpds
HW, not folded, low slpds
black, mssv, strong iron stained, J.0% po fcfg and streaks
black, mssv, strong iron stained, l(ft po fcfg and streaks
slcs, \\ slpds
slcs, low slpds
HW, black, slcs, banded, very minor folds, low slpds
SOOTH TRENCH
R
9.22 m
RPT/001A
black, Q.2% - d.3% py fcfg, banded, weak fltn
dark green, mssv, l\ slpds po ^ py, weak fltn
dark green, mssv, 1\ slpds po ^ py, weak fltn, banded
roed grey, 2% po ^ py, last 66 cm strongly oxidized, 2+% py
black and yellow, strongly weathered, strong fltn
roed grey, l\ - 2% po, banded, last 20 cm weathered
roed grey, porphyry dyke, X/2% - \\ po
black, graphitic, up to l(ft py over 2 cm - 3 cm sections, 2% po spotty
black, up to Hft py V) po over 2 cm - 3 cm sections
black, up to 25% slpds po ^ py
light grey, very slcs, banded, a few chloritic bands, D.2% py
light grey, very slcs, banded, a few chloritic bands, Q.5% py
light grey, very slcs, banded, more chloritic bands
5C^ light grey iron formation, slcs; 501 mafic vice bands
APPENDIX 3
Chip and Grab Samples
APPENDIX 3
Sample
Umber
CHIP MD GRAB SAMPLES
Length
Au ppb, iq ppn, Cu ppa
grab
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
l of 2
Description
NORTH SHOWING
105909
105910
105911
105912
105913
105914
105915
105916
105917
105918
105919
105920
105921
105922
105923
105924
105925
105926
105927
105928
105929
105930
105931
105932
105933
105934
105935
105936
RPT/001B
grab
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
grab
grab
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
1 m chip
grab
grab
grab
350, Ag 0.2, Cu 228
1210, Ag 0.1, Cu 183
100, Ag 0.1, Cu 256
120, Ag 0.1, Cu 186
140, Ag 0.1, Cu 93
10, Ag 0.1, Cu 131
210, Ag 0.3, Cu 344
130, Ag 0.1, Cu 175
5, Ag 0.1, Cu 48
50, Ag 0.1, Cu 87
50, Ag 0.1, Au 90
30, Ag 0.1, Cu 89
140, Ag 0.1, Cu 164
2780, Ag 0.1, Cu 275
50, Jg 0.1, Cu 124
85, Ag 0.1, Cu 134
30, Ag 0.1, Cu 100
640, Ag 0.1, Cu 212
415, Ag 0.1, Cu 112
1880, Ag 0.1, Cu 82
525, Ag 0.1, Cu 135
20, Ag 0.1, Cu 184
60, 5g 0.1, Cu 138
15, Ag 0.1, Cu 115
20, Ag 0.1, Cu 117
205, Ag 0.1, Cu 71
270, Ag 0.2, Cu 264
< 5, Ag 0.1, Cu 116
5 on quartz vein in amphibolite; tr py, po
quartz patch in amphibolite; l* py, po; tr cp in vice
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite with qtz vein (sample 105928)
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
amphibolite
4 cm - 6 cm wide qtz vein with tr py
5 cm - 7 cm wide qtz vein
amphibolite
amphibolite with qtz vein (sample 105934)
amphibolite
amphibolite
12 cm to 28 cm wide qtz vein
2 cm to 4 on wide qtz - clct vein tr po
amphibolite, fine grained, po-py-cp
qtz fcfg
APPENDIX 3
Sample
Number
CHIP AND GRAB SAMPLES
Length
Au opt. As ppta
Description
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
Au
plus
plus
plus
plus
plus
plus
plus
plus
plus
plus
plus
plus
plus
plus
2 of 2
HMDS SHOWING
19431
19432
19433
19434
19435
19436
19437
19438
19439
19440
19441
19442
19443
19444
grab
1.0 m
grab
0.6 m
grab
1.1 m
grab
1.2 m
0.9 m
1.2 m
1.0 m
0,7 m
0.9 m
grab
Sample
Rvmber
Length
chip
chip
chip
chip
chip
chip
chip
chip
chip
0.017,
0.046,
0.008,
0.003,
0.022,
0.376,
0.042,
0.082,
0.003,
0.260,
0.096,
0.060,
0.008,
0.004,
As
As
As
As
As
As
As
As
As
As
As
As
As
As
205
1420
725
65
685
685
8970
5880
310
60
1295
290
35
^
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
element
element
element
element
element
element
element
element
element
element
element
element
element
element
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
ICP,
iron
iron
iron
iron
iron
iron
iron
iron
iron
iron
iron
iron
iron
iron
formation
formation
formation
formation
formation
formation
formation
formation
formation
formation
formation
formation
formation
formation
Au ppb, ftq ppm. Co pus, Zn pro
Description
weakly rusty sericite schist, old trench
thin qtz veins with tr py, in fine grained tuff
slcs tuff, numerous qtz veins, pyritic, old trench
25 cm to 100 cm wide qtz vein, weakly rusty
amphibolite, tr py fcfg
qtz vein at channel sample 105888
fine grained, brown, banded, sediment (hornfels)
ELSEWHERE ON CLAIMS
105937
105938
105939
105940
105941
105942
105943
grab
grab
grab
grab
grab
grab
grab
5 4 94N - 7 t 20E: Au 5, Ag 0.1, Cu 4
5 * 92N - 7 t 20E: Au < 5, Ag 0. 1, Cu 45
5 * 75N - 7 t 50E: Au < 5, Ag 0. 6, Cu 17, Zn 35
13 t 40N - 1 * 35W: Au < 5, Ag 0 .1, Cu 10, Zn 19
13 t 40N - 1 * 35H: Au < 5, Ag 0 .1, Cu 10, Zn 44
main showing, Au 215, Ag 0.1, Cu 328, Zn 29
2 t 655 - 2 * OOE: Au 15, Ag 0.1 , Cu 37, Zn 88
105904
105905
105906
105907
105908
grab
grab
grab
grab
grab
7 t DOS - 0 -f
BL - 5 * 25S:
7 * OOS - 1 -f
7 -t- DOS - 1 4
5 -f 92N - 7 *
RPT^OOIB
75W: Au 15, Ag 0.1 , Cu 18
Au 30, Ag 0.6, Cu 15
50E: Au 5, Ag 0.1, Cu 3
50E: Au 300, Ag 0. 3, Cu 10
20E: Au 10, Ag 0.1 , Cu 136
dacite, qtz - feldspar crystal tuff
qtz porphyry schist, py
25 cm wide qtz vein
dacite tuff, ]\ py, qtz - feldspar - muscovite gne:
qtz vein in amphibolite
APPENDIX 4
Assay Certificates
and
Analytical Procedures
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SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PRE,P
COE)E
19431
19432
19433
19434
19435
236
236
236
236
236
19436
19437
236 t. J o
236 238
236 i. J O
236 L J O
236 i J O
i V*t JO
19439
19440
19441
19442
19443
19444
121991
Au oz /T L. O. I.
RUSH
%
Al
%
Ag
ppm
As
ppm
Ba
ppm
Be
ppm
Bi
ppm
Ca
%
Cd
ppm
Co
ppm
Cr
ppm
0.017 ————
0.046
O.I
0.008
2.0
O.O03
0. 6
0.022
0. 2
1.80
1.79
1.47
0. 71
1.52
0.8
0.4
0.2
0.2
0.2
205
1420
725
65
685
1O
4O
120
40
6O
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
<2
< 2
2
<2
< 2
1.57
3 .39
0.22
1.27
0. 52
1.0
4.0
3.0
< 0. 5
1.5
89
89
50
17
56
0.376
0.042
0.082
0.003
————
————
————
————
0.62
0.96
.32
.33
1.2
0.2
0.4
0.2
685
8970
588O
310
1O
6O
100
50
70
0.5
0. 5
0.5
0.5
0.5
<2
<2
<2
< 2
< 2
0.50
0.80
0.08
1 .52
0 .46
1.5
9.5
5.5
0.5
0.096
0.060
238
0.008
236
0.004
236 L J O < O.O02
————
————
————
————
————
0.98
.07
.94
.75
0. 64
0.6
0.4
0.2
0.2
0.2
1295
290
35
<5
10
5O
6O
17O
20
60
l.O
l.O
< 0. 5
< 0. 5
0.5
<2
< 2
<2
<2
< 2
0.76
0 .25
1.51
4.44
7 .34
4. 0
4.0
1.0
0.5
1.5
236
236
L Jo
238
238
238
238
0.260 ———
J. JO
i. J O
.10
0.6
60
2.0
Fe
96
Ga
ppm
Hg
ppm
57
78
67
20
68
922^5.00
224
10.40
362
6.58
94
7.26
502
1 1 . 50
10
10
< 10
< 10
< 10
<
<
<
<
110
146
89
28
20
50
96
63
282^5.00
683
9.85
697
9.63
126
6.65
<
<
<
<
71
27
27
46
< \
46
63
55
79
11
84
30
Cu
ppm
A8822660
10
10
10
10
ASSAY
DETERMINATIONS
ARE
PERFORMED
OR
SUPERVISED
BY
BC.
CERTIFIED
ASSAYERS
2
<
<
<
K
%
1.02
1.02
0.82
0.38
0.90
0.04
0.27
0.49
0.17
10
20
< 10
20
10
0.36
0.56
0.70
1.05
0.62
20
10
20
20
< 10
0.88
0.68
1.05
1.71
1.18
< 10
<
0.38
1165
855
108
530
10
13.20
8.94
6.10
6.17
3.01
<10
< 10
< 10
10
10
<
<
-CI
-CI
<l
0.14
0.12
0.43
0.11
0.10
CERTIFICATION
:
Mg
%
20
20
10
20
20
11.75
s~
La
ppm
O.O5
0.18
0.77
O. 12
0.19
509
s?
ALI,
Paee l^fc: 1-A
Tot . n^l: i
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Date
PRE P
COE)E
19431
19432
19433
19434
19435
236
236
236
236
236
: 238
238
238
238
238
955
1540
400
362
19436
19437
19438
19439
19440
236
236
236
236
236
238
238
238
238
238
1235
19441
19442
19443
19444
121991
236
236
236
236
236
238
238
238
238
238
1005
Mi
ppm
688
765
392
490
319
760
1585
1200
1055
Mo
ppm
QUARTERMUN
Na
'fa
Ni
ppm
P
ppm
Pb
ppm
Sb
ppm
Se
ppm
Sr
ppm
Ti
ofa
-CI
<l
< 1
< 1
0.18
0.15
0.04
0. 01
109
72
54
15
3OO
250
350
720
2
< 2
4
< 2
5
5
< 5
< 5
14
14
13
3
6
21
6
12
0.09
0.06
0. 10
0.02
<
<
<
<
< 1
0.03
131
280
270
140
360
620
< 2
4588
< 2
< 5
15
3
< 2
< 5
6
21
< 2
< 5
5
10
5
4
3
0.01
< 10
0.03
74
290
< 2
9
6
< 1
< 1
1
< 1
< 1
1
< 1
<l
20
1
0.05
63
0.07
0.04
0.08
0.02
83
79
60
93
0.03
0.13
0. 04
0. 01
51
36
61
11
430
330
240
450
470
< 2
< 2
< 2
< 2
4
5
5
< 5
<5
5
5
li
11
8
6
6
4
3
17
35
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SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
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Tot.
0.04
0.04
0.09
0.07
0.06
0.03
0.03
0.09
0.17
0.01
Tl
ppm
10
10
10
10
< 10
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
< 10
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
U
ppm
V
ppm
W
ppm
Zn
ppm
10
10
10
10
101
105
98
36
90
65
20
20
268
375
888
83
< 10
44
<
<
<
<
< 10
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
< 10
<
<
<
<
10
10
10
10
110
40
75
75
166
61
77
65
65
25
45
84
45
100
62
90
48
45
10
200
15
A8 8 22660
346
185
1515
1260
52
363
531
667
173
44
131
p. c *-0^—'
ALL
ASSAY
DETERMINATIONS
ARE
PERFORMED
OR
SUPERVISED
BY
B.C.
C ERTIFIED
ASSAYERS
CERTIFICATION
:
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ANALYTICAL
CHEMEX NUMBER
SAMPLES
CODE
LIMITED
922
923
924
PREPARATION
CODE
236
238
SAMPLES
15
15
| 9 26
!
1
Q } 7
i
!
9 2 9
930
1928
j CHEMEX NIMBER
i
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DESCRIPTION
.931
RUSH As6ay:Cru6h.split.pulv -150
ICP: Aqua regia digestion
: 932
} 9 33
9 5 1
1
9 3 4
9 3 5
936
937
018
1
i
i
'
ICP package is suitable for
; 943
in
soil and
rock samples.
trace me t a 1 s
the nitric— aqua regia
Elements for which
958
944
digestion is possibly incomplete are:
Ba . Be , Ca . Cr . Ga . K. La . M. . Na .
Tl , W.
Al ,
: 945
Sr . Ti .
9 46
947
948
949
9 SO
Au oz/T: RUSH, 1/2 assay ton
4
1 5
1 5
1 5
15
15
1 5
1 5
1 5
1 5
1 5
1 5
1 5
1 5
L.O.I, 'fo:
Al 1b: 32
Ag ppm:
As ppm:
Ba ppm:
Loss on ignition
element, soil A rock
32 element, soil A rock
32 element, soil A rock
32 element, soil A rock
Be ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Bi ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Cd
Co
Cr
Cu
ppm:
ppm:
ppm:
ppm:
32
32
32
32
element,
element,
element,
element,
soil
soil
soil
soil
A
A
A
A
rock
rock
rock
rock
Fe %: 32 element, soil A rock
Ga ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
1 5
Hg ppm:
32 element, soil A rock
1 5
I 5
K cfo: 32
La ppm:
Mg 96: 32
Mn ppm:
element, soil A
32 element, soil
element, soil A
32 element, soil
1 5
1 5
941
942
1 :
The 32 element
METHOD
1 5
: i 5
939
940
* NOTE
DESCRIPTION
DETECTION
LIMIT
UPPER
LIMIT
'
9 8 1
3 5
9 2 1
S amp 1 e s s u bm i t ted to our lab in Vancouver. BC.
This report was printed on
l-OCT-88.
SAMPLE
PROCEDURES
rock
A rock
rock
A rock
1 5
1 5
1 5
Na 96: 32 element, soil A rock
Ni ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
1 5
1 5
1 5
Pb ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Sb ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Se ppm: 32 elements, soil A rock
Sr ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Ti 96: 32 element, soil A rock
Tl ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
U ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
V ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
W ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
1 Zn ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
5
5
S
5
5
1
5
i
5
P ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
FA-AAS
FURNACE
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
nlV^l
f\i-r^*
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
0.002
0. 1
0.01
0. 2
5
10
0. 5
2
0.01
0. 5
1
1
1
0.01
10
1
0.01
10
0.01
1
1
20.000
100.0
1 5 .00
200
10000
10000
100.0
:
\
10000
1 j .00
100. 0
10000
10000
10000
1 5 .00
10000
10000
10.00
10000
1 5 .00
10000
10000
0.01
ICP-AES
1
5.00
10000
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
10
2
5
1
1
10000
10000
l 0000
100000
10000
0.01
5 .00
10
10
1
10000
10OOO
10000
5
5
10000
10000
1
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SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PRE P
COE)E
105901
105902
105903
121992
205
205
205 238
205 Z j o
Au ppb
FArfAA
Cu
ppm
Al
%
AS
ppm
As
ppm
Ba
ppm
Be
ppm
Bi
ppm
Ca
%
Cd
ppm
Co
ppm
2.64
2.02
39.8
0.2
5
75
160
20
<0.5
< 0. 5
<2
<2
0.59
1.17
< 0. 5
< 0. 5
14
31
Cr
ppm
A8 8 26 5 96
Cu
ppm
Fe
%
Ga
ppm
Hg
ppm
168 ^ 0000
64
211
6.28
2.46
< 10
< 10
<l
< \
K
96
La
ppm
Mg
96
10
< 10
1.65
2.06
•f i V^^AJ
190 ^ 0000
15 ————
r^pRTiPifATin'V
-
1.60
0 .06
gf,
J?.
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SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PREP
CODE
105901
105902
105903
121992
205
205
205
205
—
—
238
238
Mi
Vfc.
Na
Ni
7
<l
0. 09
0.12
84
140
ppm
1190
320
220
180
Pb
PP111
Sb
PP111
12
< 2
< 5
< 5
Se
Sr
19
10
Ti
0.18
0.04
Tl
< 10
< 10
< 10
< 10
56
28
CERTIFICATION
W
Zn
PP01
40
<5
252
33
A8 8 26 596
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Samples submitted to our lab in Vancouver, BC.
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CHEMEX
NUMBER
CODE
SAMPLES
1 OO
4
3
2
921
922
!
923:
SAMPLE
CHEMEX
NIMBER
CODE
SAMPLES
20 5
4
2
PREPARATION
DESCRI PT I ON
"T
2 3 8
* NOTE
Rock Geocbem: Crush.split-ring
ICP: Aqua regia digestion
l:
The 32 element ICP package is suitable for
trace me tals
in soil and
r o c t s amp l e s .
Elements for which
the nitric-aqua regia
digestion is possibly incomplete are:
Al.
Ba. Be. Ca. Cr . Ga. K. La. Mg, Na, Sr. Ti .
Tl . W.
924
925
926
927
928
929
930
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
9 3 1
932
933
951
2
2
2
934
9 3 5
936
937
9 3 8
939
940
941
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
942
943 :
958
944
945
946
947
948
949
950
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
. 2
DETECTION
DESCR I PT I ON
Au ppb: Fuse 10 g sample
Cu ppm: HNO3-aqua regia digest
Al 9fc: 32 element, soil A rock
Ag ppm: 32 element, soil A rod
As ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Ba
Be
Bi
Ca
Cd
ppm: 32 element, soil
ppm: 32 element, soil
ppm: 32 element, soil
'fa'. 32 element, soil A
ppm: 32 element, soil
A rock
Z rock
A rock
rock
A r ock
Co ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Cr ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Cu ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Fe 96: 32 element, toil A r ock
Ga ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Hg ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
K *fo: 32 element, soil A rock
La ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Mg *lb: 32 element, soil A rock
Mn ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Mo ppm: 32 element, coil A rock
Na 'fa: 32 element, soil A rock
Ni ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
P ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Pb ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Sb ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Se ppm: 32 elements, soil A rock
Sr ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Ti %: 32 element, soil A rock
Tl ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
U ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
V ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
W ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Zn ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
METHOD
FA-AAS
AAS
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
LIMIT
5
1
0.01
0. 2
5
10
0. 5
2
0.01
0. 5
1
1
1
0.01
10
1
0.01
10
0.01
1
1
0.01
1
10
2
5
1
1
0.01
10
10
1
5
5
t'PPKR
LIMIT
i
;
10000
10000
1 5 .00
200
10000
10000
100.0
10000
1 5 .00
100.0
10000
'
oooo ;
0000
5.00
0000
0000
0. 00
0000
1 5 .00
10000
10000
5 .00
10000
l 0000
10000
10000
100000
10000
5 . 00
i 0000
10000
l 0000
10000
10000
i
^CONSOLIDATED SILVER STANDARD MINES LIMITED
Chemex Labs Ltd
DaU
-. U-NOV-S&
Invoice # : 1-8826597
P.O. S
:NONE
lith Floor, 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
V6E 3T5
Analytical Chemists * Geochemlsts * Registered Assayera
J l J BROOKSBANK AVE . . NORTH VANCOUVER .
BRITISH COLLMBIA. CANADA V7J-2C1
PHONE 1604) 984-0311
Project : M2003
Comne n t s :
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
121992
P REP SiO2
C ODE c!b
299
232
46.53
Al 2O3
S6
14.31
Fe2O3
*!b
12.06
N^feO
*!b
11.28
Page
Tot.
CaO
*!b
Na2O
^
9.89
2.05
K2O
*fr
0.08
TiO2
'Z
0.57
P2O5
*ft
0.04
MiO
%
0.19
BaO
*K
0.01
A8 8 2 6 5 9 7
LOI
36
TOTAL
*!b
2.22
99.24
,
-
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Samples submitted to our lab in Vancouver. BC.
This report was printed on L6-NOV-88.
SAMPLE
CHEMEX
NIMBER i
CODE
SAMPLES;
PREPARATION
DESCRIPTION
ANALYTICAL
CHEMEX M.MBER
CODE SAMPLES
592
5 9 4
5 8 6
59 3
5 8 8
599
8 2 1
5 9 5
59 7
596
54 2
475
540
299
232
Sample split from other
Total ICP digestion
lith Floor, 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
V6E 3T5
26597
Cornme n t s :
CERTIFICATE A8826597
CONSOLIDATED SILVER STANDARD MINES LIMITED
PROJECT
: M2003
P.O.*
: NONE
CONSOLIDATED SILVER STANDARD MINES LIMITEl
DESCRIPTION
SiO2 96:
Whole rock
PROCEDURES
METHOD
DETECTION
LIMIT
UPPER
LIMIT
ICP-AES
0.0
99.00
A12O3 'ft: Whole rock
ICP-AES
0.0
99.00
Fe2O3(total) 96: Whole rock
ICP-AES
0.0
99.00
MgO 96: Whole rock
ICP-AES
0.0
99.00
CaO 96: Whole rock
Na2O 96: Whole rock
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
0.0
0.0
99.00
9 9 . OO
K2O 96: Whole rock
TiO2 96: Whole rock
P2O5 96: Whole rock
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
0.0
0.01
0.01
99.0
9 9 . 00
99.00
MnO 96:
rock
ICP-AES
0.01
9 9 . OO
BaO 96: Whole rock
ICP-AES
0.01
99.00
0.01
0.01
99.00
N/A
Whole
L.O.I. 96: Loss on ignition
Total 96
FURNACE
CALCULATION
certif
1
* NOTE
l:
Code 1000 is used for repeat gold analyses
It shows typical sample variability due to
coarse gold
effects.
Each value is
correct for its particular subcample.
•MUTUAL RESOURCES LIMITED
NTH FLOOR 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Chemex Labs Ltd
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^omne Dta:
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CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PRE P
COD E
105904
105905
105906
105907
105908
205
205
205
205
205
105909
105910
105911
105912
105913
205
205
205
205
205
105914
105915
105916
105917
105918
205
205
205
205
205
105919
105920
105921
105922
105923
205
205
205
205
205
105924
105925
105926
105927
105928
Au ppb
FA+AA
j Cu
ppm
18
15
3
10
136
0
0
0
0
0
.
.
.
.
.
1
6
1
3
1
350
1210
100
120
1 40
228
183
256
186
93
0
0
0
0
0
.
.
.
.
.
2
1
1
1
1
10
210
130
5
50
131
344
175
48
87
0 .
0 .
0 .
0 .
0.
1
3
1
1
1
—
50
30
1 40
2780
50
90
89
164
275
124
0.
0 .
0 .
0 .
0 .
205
205
205
205
205
—
85
30
640
415
1880
1 34
100
212
112
82
0
0
0
0
0
.
.
.
.
.
105929
105930
105931
105932
105933
205
205
205
205
205
—
525
20
60
15
20
135
184
138
115
117
0
0
0
0
0
.
.
.
.
.
105934
105935
105936
105937
105938
205
205
205
205
205
205
270
< 5
5
< 5
71
264
116
4
45
0
0
0
0
0
.
.
.
.
.
—
—
—
Date
: 9-NOV-88
Invoice 9 : I-8826861
P.O. tt
: NttE
A8826861
Ag ppm
Aqua R
15
30
5
300
10
—
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This report was printed on 9 NOV-S8 .
SAMPLE
: CHEMEX NIMBER
!
l
]
CODE
2 O 5
* NOTE
35
PREPARATION
DESCRIPTrON
SAMPLES
Rock
ANALYTICAL
CHEMEX NUMBER
CODE
SAMPLES
MUTUAL RESOURCES LIMITED
PROJECT
: M2003
P.O. K
: N ONE
Geochem: Crush.sphering
l:
The 32 element 1C? pactage is suitable for
trace metals
in soil and
rod samples.
Elements for which
the nitric aqua regia
digestion is possibly incomplete are: Al.
Ba, Be. Ca, Cr, Ga, K, La, Mg, Na. Sr, Ti.
Tl . W.
5826861-
983
2
6
3 5
3 5
3 5
DESCRIPTION
PROCEDURES
METHOD
Au ppb: Fuse 30 g sample
Cu ppm: HNO3-aqua regia digest
FA-AAS
AAS
Ag ppm: HNO3-aqua regia digest
AAS-BKGD CORK
DETECTION
LIMIT
5
l
O. 2
UPPER
LIMIT
10000
10000
200
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Comne D t s :
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PRE P
COD E
105851
105852
105853
105854
105855
207
207
207
207
207
105856
105857
105858
207
207
207
—
—
Ag tot
Au tot
OZ/ t
OZ/ t
Au oz/ 1
iAg —
O Z. 1 t
Ag 4mg
Au 4mg
0.04
0-04
0.08
0.08
0 . 04 <
0 004
0002
0 004
0 004
0 002
0 04
004
0 08
0 08
004
0 004
0 002
0 004
0 004
0 002
0 01
0 01
< 0 01
001
0 02
0.18
0.05
0.03
0045
0 006
0 006
018
0 05
003
0 044
0 006
0 006
0
< 0
0
: 9-NOV-88
Invoice 9 : I-^826862
P.O. tt
Wt . 4gr ams
A8826862
Wt . grams
Cu
^ 0 001
< 0 001
< 0 001
0001
< 0 001
4
3
5
3
5
76
10
84
16
56
3 1 0
357
300
288
323
06
0 020
0 1 < 0 001
02 < 0 001
3
1
3
66
85
50
363
3 1 4
340
0.06
0.04
< 0.01
0 . 08
0 . 09
0.06
0.01
0.01:
<
i
i
;
i
1
:
;
,
i
AIL
A SSAY
DETERMINATIONS
ARE
PERFORMED
OR
SUPERVISED
BY
BC
CERTIFIED
ASSAYERS
CERTIFICATION
:
•'
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VANCOUVER, B.C.
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213 BROOKSBANK AVE. . NORTH VANCOUVER.
BRITISH COLOMBIA. CANADA V7J-2C1
PHONE (604) 984-0221
1826862
Commen l s :
CERTIFICATE A8 8 2 68 62
MUTUAL RESOURCES LIMITED
PROJECT
:M2003
POO
: NONE
PREPARATION
PROCEDURES
LIMIT
'SAMPLES
878
8
Ag oz/t: Total, metallics calc
FA-AAS/GRAV
0.01
20.00
8 8O
882
; 8 8 4
886:
887
'888
'889
! JO 1
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Au oz/t: Total, metallics calc
FA-AAS/GRAV
0.003
20.000
Ag- oz/t: Metallics calculation
FA-AAS/GRAV
0.01
20.00
Au- oz/t: Metallics calculation
Ag4- mg: Metallics calculation
FA-AAS/GRAV
FA-AAS/GRAV
0.003
0.01
20.000
50.00
AU+ mg: Metallics calculation
FA-AAS/GRAV
0.001
50.000
O.O1
1
O.O1
N/A
N/A
100.0
DESCRIPTION
METHOD
Weight* g: Metallics calculation
Weight- g: Metallics calculation
Cu 96: HC1O4-HNO3 digestion
BALANCE
BALANCE
AAS
DESCRI PT I ON
i
207
I'PPER
LIMIT
NIMBER
CODE
CHEMEX i NIMBER '
CODE (SAMPLES!
DETECTION
CHEMEX
;
Samples submitted to our lab in Vancouver. BC.
This report was printed on 9-NOV-&8.
SAMPLE
ANALYTICAL
Assay: Crush.split.pulv —ISO
.
Chemex Labs Ltd
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Date
AL RESOURCES LIMITED
Invoice tt : 1-8827676
P.O. H
: NONE
Project : M2003
Corrm* n t s:
PHONE H604) 984-0221
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PREP
CODE
105701
105702
105703
105704
105705
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0.001
0 . 003
0 . 002
0 . 004
0.028
<
<
<
<
<
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
105706
105707
105708
105709
105710
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0.051
0.003
0 . 005
0.003
0 . 005
<
<
<
<
<
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0 . 0 1
10571 1
105712
105713
105714
105715
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0.053
0.117
0.012
0.118
0.102
< 0 . 0 1
0.01
< 0 . 0 1
0.02
0.01
105716
105717
105718
105719
105720
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0 . 049
0 . 009
0.039
0.243
0.240
< 0.01
< 0 . 0 1
0.03
0.03
0.04
105721
105722
105723
105724
105725
207
—
207 , —
207 —
207
—
207 , —
0.042
0.292
0.051
0 . 049
0 . 039
< 0.01
0.04
0.01
< 0.01
0.01
105726
105727
105728
105729
105730
207
—
207 i —
207
—
207 —
207 ; —
0.173
0.720
0.012
0 . 004
0 . 003
0.02
0.07
< 0 . 0 1
< 0.01
< 0 . 01
105731
105732
105733
105734
105735
207
—
207
—
207 ! —
207 —
207
—
0.130
0 . 004
0.001
< 0 . 00 1
< 0 . 00 1
0.01
0.01
< 0.01
0.01
0.03
105736
1C5737
105738
105739
105740
207 —
207 . —
207 —
207 i —
207
—
< 0 . 001
0.05
ALL
ASSAY
DETERMINATIONS
ARE
Au
or /T
Ag
oz/T
< o . ooi
<
0.001
0 . 005
0 . 002
PERFORMED
A8 8 27676
OR
l
.
r ...,-
-
r
-
i
i
o f)s
o.c:
< 0.01
0.03
< 0.01
SUPERVISED
-
1
BY
B.C
CERTIFIED
ASSAYERS
CERTIFICATION
:
—1
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lAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Date
l1TH FLOOR 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
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V6E 3V4
Project : MliMU
Coirme n l s:
984-0221
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PREP
CODE
105741
105742
105743
105744
105745
207 ;
207
207
207
207'
—
—
—
—
—
<
<
<
105859
105860
105861
105862
105863
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0 . 005
0 . 002
0.002
< 0.001
0.003
105864
105865
105866
105867
105868
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
<
0.002
0.003
0 . 002
O . 005
0.001
<
<
<
<
<
105869
105870
105871
105872
105873
207
—
207 —
207 : —
207 —
207 —
<
0.003
0.003
0.002
0 . 006
0-001
0.01
0.01
0.01
< 0.01
< 0.01
105874
105875
105876
105877
105878
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
207 :
——
0
0
0
0
0
004
003
006
004
00 1
<
<
<
<
<
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
105879
105880
105881
105882
105883
207
—
207
—
207 i —
207 -207 —
0 . 002
0.013
0.010
0.015
0.001
<
<
<
<
<
0.01
0 . 01
0 . 0 1
0.01
0.01
105884
105885
105886
105887
105888
207 —
207 . ~
207 —
207 i —
207
—
0.002
0.001
0 . 004
0.077
0 . 058
0.01
< 0.01
< 0 . 01
0.02
0.02
105889
105890
105891
105892
105893
207
207
207
207
207
0.001
0 . 004
0.002
0.001
0 . 090
0.02
< 0.01
0.02
< 0.01
0.01
ALL
ASSAY
DETERMINATIONS
ARE
Au
oz/T
—
—
—
—
—
<
<
: 28-NOV-sg
Invoice # :1-8827676
P.O. #
:NOML
A8 8 27 6 76
Ag
oz/T
0 . 001
0 . 003
0.001
0.001
0.001
.
.
.
.
.
PERFORMED
OR
<
<
<
<
0.02
0 . 01
0.01
0.01
0.01
r ~ ~~ '
0.02
0 . 02
0.01
< 0.01
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
SUPERVISED
\lf
h/
BY
B.C.
CERTIFIED
ASSAYERS
CERTIFICATION
-i———
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Comne a lt:
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SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PRE P
COD E
105894
105895
105896
105897
105898
207
207
207
207
207
105899
105900
207
207
Au
ozjT
—
—
\ Ag
o z/T
1
Page Nd
Tot. Paj
Date
-.28-NOV-SS
Invoice * -.1-8827676
P.O.
iNOML
A8 8 27 67 6
i
j
i
0 . 006J
0 . 006
0.002i
0.002
0.015!
0.02
0.01
< 0-01
< 0.01
< O.Oli
0.054
0 . 009
0.01
< 0.01
1
i
1
i
l
i
l
'
1
i
i
i
i
s,\ks
ALL
ASSAY
DETERMINATIONS
ARE
PERFORMED OR SUPERVISED
BY
B.C.
CERTIFIED
ASSAYERS
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Samples submitted to our lab in Vancouver, BC.
This report was printed on 28— NOV-8.8.
SAMPLE
PREPARATION
CHKMEX MMBER
CODE
207
* NOTE
SAMPLES
i
87
ANALYTICAL
CHEMEX NUMBER
CODE ! SAMPLES
LIMITED
DESCRIPTION
Assay: Crush.split.pulv -150
l:
The 32 element ICP package is suitable for
trace metals
in soil and
r oct s amples.
Elements for which
the nitric aqua regia
digestion is possibly incomplete are:
Al.
Ba. Be. Ca. Cr. Ga. K. La. Mg. Na. Sr. Ti.
Tl , W.
998
3 8 5
1327676
r
8 7
8 7
DESCRIPTION
Au oz/T: l assay ton
Ag oz/T: Aqua regia digestion
PROCEDURES
METHOD
FA-AAS
AAS
DETECTION
LIMIT
0.002
O.O1
UPPER
LIMIT
20.00
20.0
l
.^^^1
MMUTUAL RESOURCES LIMITED
"W^^
Ch6fT16X
LdbS
Ltd.
• •T
H^^^V
• "^^^^j
^^^^^^^^fl
Ya^Cholu^ocis.^ZredATsayerr
31 J BROOKSBAHK AVE . NORTH VANCOUVER.
BRITISH COLOMBIA, CANADA V7J-JCI
PHONE (604) 984-0221
Page Tj^fc 1-A
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:™)ft
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CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
CODE
105725
105741
299 238
299 238
PREP
ilo-Nov-ss
A8 8 2767 7
Al
Ag
As
Ba
Be
Bi
Ca
Cd
Co
Cr
Cu
Fe
Ga
Hg
K
La
Mg
Ma
Mo
96
ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm
96
ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm
%
ppm
ppm
96
ppm
96
ppm
ppm
3260
<5
30
20
<0.5
"CO. 5
<2
<2
0.52
0.91
1.0
2.0
126
41
65
76
573JM5.00
614^5.00
< 10
< 10
*C1
*C1
0.05
0.12
1.39
0.95
0.8
1.4
10
10
0.75
1.01
971
3260
4
I
— - -——————i*^————
rRRTIFICATION
:
rt f,
A-^ '
^--
L——' ^"L-f-——————^5-
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Chemex Labs Ltd
l 1TH FLOOR 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
V6E 3V4
Analytical Chemists * Geochemlsts * Registered Assayers
312 BROOKSBANK AVE. , NORTH VANCOUVER.
BRITISH COLOMBIA, CANADA V7J-JC1
Project : M2003
Comne n l s:
PHONE d 604) 984-0211
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PREP
CODE
105725
105741
299 238
299 238
Ma
96
0.05
0.03
Ni
ppm
P
ppm
Pb
ppm
97
109
180
230
2
26
Sb
ppm
Se
ppm
11
6
Sr
ppm
Ti
56
Tl
ppm
U
ppm
V
ppm
4
0.03
10
10
10
78
12
0.02
10
23
W
ppm
Page ?^B l-B
Tot. P^K:l
Date
: 29-XOV-gg
Invoice * :1-8827677
P.O. tf
iNQffi
A 8 8 27677
Zn
ppm
352
1180
i/.
CERTIFICATION
t
Chemex Labs Ltd
o MUTUAL RESOURCES LIMITED
11TH FLOOR 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Analytical Chemists * Geochemlsts * Registered Assayers
III BROOKSBANK AVE. . NORTH VANCOUVER.
BRITISH COLOMBIA, CANADA V7J-2C1
PHONE (604) 984-0221
V6E 3V4
CERTIFICATE A8 82 767 7
MUTUAL RE
PROJECT
P.O.*
1M1 TED
Samples submitted to our lab in Vancouver, BC.
This report was printed on 29-NOV 88.
SAMPLE
PREPARATION
CHEMEX NUMBER i
CODE
'SAMPLES:
Sample split from other certif
ICP: Aqua regia digestion
299
238
* NOTE
DESCR I PT I ON
l:
The 32 element ICP package is suitable for
trace metals
in soil and
rock samples.
Elements for which
the nitric-aqua regia
digestion is possibly i ncomplete are:
Al.
Ba. Be. Ca. Cr, Ga, K, La. Mg. Na. Sr, Ti,
Tl , W.
[8827677
Comme nl s :
ANALYTICAL
CHEMEX
NIMBER
CODE
j SAMPLES
921
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
922
923
924!
925 .
926
927
928
i 9 2 9
930 '
931
932
9 3 3 i
9 5 1
934 ,
9 3 5 i
936
937
•938
939
940
9 4 1
9 4 2 |
943
958 '
944 ;
945 '
946 j
j 94 7 j
i 94 8
949 i
950}
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
n
PROCEDURES
DESCR I PT 1 ON
Al 96: 32 element, soil A rock
Ag ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
As ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Ba ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Be ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Bi ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Ca 'fa: 32 element, soil A rock
Cd ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Co ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Cr ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Cu ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Fe 9fc: 32 element, soil A rock
Ga ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Hg ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
K 'fo: 32 element, soil A rock
La ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Mg %: 32 element, soil A rock
Mn ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Mo ppm: 32 element, toil A rock
Na 96: 32 element, soil A rock
Ni ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
P ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
, Pb ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Sb ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Se ppm: 32 elements, soil A rock
Sr ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Ti 'fo: 32 element, soil A rock
Tl ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
U ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
V ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
W ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
Zn ppm: 32 element, soil A rock
1
i
i
__________________________
METHOD
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
ICP-AES
DETECTION
LIMIT
0.01
0. 2
5
10
0. 5
2
0.01
0. 5
1
1
1
0.01
10
o.o
10
0.0
0.0
10
2
5
1
1
0.01
10
10
1
5
5
UPPER
LIMIT
1 5 .00
200
1000O
10000
100.0
10000
1 5 .00
100.0
10000
10000
10000
1 5 .00
10000
1000O
10.00
10000
l 5 .00
l 0000
10000
5 .00
10000
10000
10000
10000
100000
10000
5 .00
10000
10000
10000
10000
1000O
AL RESOURCES LIMITED
Chemex Labs Ltd.
l 1TH FLOOR 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
V6E 3V4
Analytical Chemists * Geochemlsts * Registered Assayers
J1J BROOKSBANK AVE. , NORTH VANCOUVER,
BRITISH COLIMBIA. CANADA V7J-2CI
PHONE (604) 984-0231
Project : MJ003
Cornne n t s:
Page J^ -. l
Tot. Pages:)
Date
:23-NOV-88
Invoice d ^8827804
P.O. 9
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS A8 8 2 7 8 O 4
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PREP
CODE
105939
105940
105941
105942
105943
205
205
205
205
205
Au ppb
FA+AA
Zn
ppm
Cu
ppm
< 5
< S
< S
215
15
1 7
10
10
328
37
Ag ppm
Aqua R
35
1 9
44
29
88
0 . 6
0 . 1
0 . 1
0. 1
0.1
CERTIFICATION
Chemex Labs Ltd.
: MUTUAL RESOURCES LIMITED
11TH FLOOR 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
V6E 3V4
Analytical Chemists * Geochemlsts * Registered Asaayers
511 BROOKS BANK A VE . . NORTH VANCOUVER,
BRITISH COLUMBIA. CANADA V7J-2CI
PHONE (604) 9S4-02I1
A8827804
Commenl s :
CERTIFICATE A8 8 27 8 04
ANALYTICAL
CHEMEX NUMBER
CODE SAMPLES
MUTUAL RESOURCES LIMITED
PROJECT
: Ml 0 0 3
POX
: NONE
983
2
Samples submitted to our lab in Vancouver. BC.
This report was printed on 23-NOV-88.
3
6
SAMPLE
PREPARATION
T
CHEMEX NUMBER
CODE
SAMPLES
2 O 5
DESCRI PT ION
j Rock
Geochem:
Crush.split,ring
i
5
5
3
t
PROCEDURES
1
DESCRIPTION
METHOD
Au ppb: Fuse 3O g cample
Cu ppm: HNO3-aqua regia digest
FA-AAS
AAS
Zn ppm: HNO3-aqua regia digest
Ag ppm: HNO3-aqua regia digest
AAS
AAS-BKGD CORK
DETECTION
LIMIT
UPPER
LIMIT
5
1
10000
10000
5
0.2
10000
200
Chemex Labs Ltd
Analytical Chemists * Geochemlsts ' Registered Assayers
21 J BROOKSBANK AVE . . NORTH VANCOUVER,
BRITISH COLIT.IBIA, CANADA V7J-2CI
Tot.
Date
: 6-JAN-&9
Invoice ff :I-8829653
P.O.
:NONE
400 - 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, BC
V6E 3T5
Project : M2003
Corrments: A TTN: R. QUARTERMUN
PHONE ( IS04) 984-0321
Page
IAL RESOURCES LIMITED
CC: M
WOLTBY
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PREP
CODE
Au
oz/T
A8 8 29653
Ag
oz/T
333101
333102
333103
333104
333105
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0.001
0.003
0 . 003
0 . 006
0 . 008
0.02
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.03
333106
333107
333108
333109
3331 10
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0.008
0 . 005
0.003
0.002
0.003
< 0.01
< 0.01
0.01
0.07
0.17
i
3331
3331
3331
3331
3331
11
12
13
14
15
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
~
0.002
0.001
0.078
0.029
0 . 004
0.13
0.05
0.06
0.03
0.02
i
3331 16
3331 17
3331 18
3331 19
333120
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0 . 045
0 . 006
0 . 005
0.057
0 . 006
0 . 02
< 0.01
0 . 20
0.02
0.01
333121
333122
333123
333124
333125
0.027
0.026
0.033
0.022
0.002
0.01
0.01
0.02
< 0.01
< 0.01
333126
333127
333128
333129
333130
207 —
207 —
207 —
207 —
207 —
207 -207 —
207 i —
207 —
207 —
0.026
0.367
0.237
0 . 054
0.053
< 0 . 01
0.06
0.02
< 0.01
0.01
333131
333132
333133
333134
333135
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0.026
0.014
0.002
0.010
0.001
<
<
<
<
<
333136
333137
333138
333139
333140
207 —
207 —
207 : —
207 —
207 —
0 . 009
0 . 005
0.026
0.236
0.002
ALI
ASSAY
D ETERMINATIONS
A RE
PERFORMED
OR
j
i
j
0 . 01
0 . 01
0.01
0 . 01
0.01
< 0.01
< 0 . 01
0.01
0.05
^ 0.01
SUPERVISED
'
BY
B.C.
CERTIFIED
ASSAYERS
CERTIFICATION
s"
7
l
Chemex Labs Ltd.
Analytical Chemists * Geochsmlsts * Registered Assayers
J l J BROOKSBANK AVE . NORTH VANCOUVER.
BRITISH COLUMBIA. CANADA V7J-2CI
PHONE ( 604)
9*4-0 J 2 l
Page
IAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Tot.
Date
- 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, BC
V6E 3T5
Project : M2003
Conments: ATTN: R
QUARTERMAIN
CC: M. WOLTBY
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
PREP
CODE
Au
oz/'T
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0.001
0.001
0.003
0.007
0 . 007
<
<
<
<
333146
333147
333148
333149
333150
207
207
207
207
207
—
-—
—
—
0.023
0.010
0.001
0.001
0.009
< 0.01
< 0 . 01
< 0.01
0.01
0.02
333151
333152
333153
333154
333155
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0 . 007
0.002
0 . 004
O . 001
0.002
0.01
< 0.01
0.01
< 0.01
0.01
333156
333157
333158
333159
333160
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
-—
O . 002
O . 002
0 . 005
0.002
0 . 006
0.01
0.01
0.01
< 0.0
< 0 . 0
333161
333162
333163
333164
333165
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0.002
0.011
< 0 . 00 1
0.014
< 0 . 00 1
<
<
<
<
<
0.0
0.0
0 . 0
0.0
0 . 0
333166
333167
333168
333169
333170
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
<
0 . 001
0 . 001
0 . 003
0.029
0 . 059
<
<
<
<
<
0 . 01
0.01
0.01
0 . 01
0.01
333171
333172
333173
333174
333175
207
207
207
207
207
—
—
—
—
—
0 . 001
< 0.001
0.003
0.002
0.001
<
<
<
<
0.01
0.01
0 . 01
0.01
0.02
333176
333177
333178
333179
333180
207
207
207
207
207
—
-—
—
—
0.021
0 . 005
0 . 003
0 . 009
0.169
ASSAY
DETERMINATIONS
ARE
PERFORMED
A8 8 296 5 3
Ag
oz/T
333141
333142
333143
333144
333145
ALL
T 6-JAN-89
Invoice 9 : I-8829653
P.O. it
: NONE
OR
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.03
< 0.01
< 0 . 01
< 0.01
0.02
SUPERVISED BY
7
B.C. CERTIFIED ASSAYERS
CERTIFICATION
:
.'
AL RESOURCES LIMITED
Chemex Labs Ltd
400 - 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, BC
V6E 3T5
Analytical Chemists * GfcochemlMa * R egistered Assayers
11 j BROOKSBANK: AVE . NORTH VANCOUVER ,
Project : M1003
Coimwnls: ATTN: R
BRITISH COLWJJIA. CANADA V 7J-JC!
PHONE ( 6.M l 9S-4-022 I
QUARTERMAIN
PRE P
COD E
333181
333182
333183
333184
333185
207
207
207
207
207
333186
333187
333188
333189
333190
20~7
207
207
207
207
Au
OZ//T
—
—
Date
Invoice f/ : 1-8829653
P.O. #
:NONE
CC: M. WOLTBY
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
SAMPLE
DESCRIPTION
Page
Tot.
A8 8 296 5 3
Ag
oz/T
0.041
0.003
0.002
0 . 001
0.001
<
<
<
<
<
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
0.001
0.010
0.002
0.002
0.002
<
<
<
<
0 01
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 1
002
'
ALL
ASSAY
DETERMINATIONS
ARE
PERFORMED
OR
SUPERVISED
BY
B.C
CERTIFIED
ASSAYERS
CERTIFICATION
ft.
Chemex Labs Ltd
UTTJAL RESOURCES LIMITED
400 - 1199 W. HASTINGS ST.
VANCOUVER, BC
V6E 3T5
Analytical Chemists * Geochemlsts * Registered Assayers
312 BROOKSBANK AVE . NORTH VANCOUVER.
BRITISH COLUMBIA. CANADA V7J-3C1
PHONE (604) 984-0211
Comments: ATTN: R. QUARTERMAIN
CERTIFICATE A8 8 296 5 3
ANALYTICAL
529653
CC: M. WOLTBY
PROCEDURES
CHEMEX i NUMBER
MUTUAL RESOURCES LIMITED
PROJECT
: M2 00 3
POO
: NONE
CODE
Samples submitted to our lab in Vancouver. BC.
This report was printed on 6-JAN-89.
SAMPLE
CHEMEX
NUMBER
CODE
SAMPLES
207
90
PREPARATION
DESCRI PT ION
! Assay: Crush.split.pulv -150
998
3 8 5
DESCRIPTION
i SAMPLES
90
9 O
Au oz/T: l assay ton
Ag oz/T: Aqua
regia
digestion
METHOD
FA-AAS
AAS
DETECTION
LIMIT
0.002
0.01
UPPER
LIMIT
20.00
20.0
APPENDIX 5
Geophysical Instruments Parameters
II
l
t-
'-
l
.
L
4
.
l
1.
i.
l
P.
L 1
3
MAXIVHN I SPECIFICATIONS:
Frequencies!
110, eSO. 440, 990. 1760, 3630,
7040 and 140QQ Hz, plus 50/80 Hz
poworllne frequency (receiver onty).
Signal
filtering!
Rowe lin? comb filter, continuous
ephfl
nolei clipping, outOftdju3ting
tlmO on*Mnt ond. other filtorlnj.
Modes;
MAX 1: Horizpntalloop mode (Transmit
ter ond roceivor coll planes horizontal
and ooplanor),
Warning
llyhtai
Reca or signal end ffifsranoe warning
lights A Indlcata potential errors.
Survey depth!
Frorr surfocft down to 1.D timoft toil
sepal
MAX 2: Vertical coplanar loop mode
(Transmitter and receiver coll planes
Vertical end caplener),
MAX 3: Vertical coaxial loop mode
(Transmitter end receiver coil planes
vertical and coaxial).
dipole
MIN 1: Perpendicular loop mode 1
(Trensmlttar coil plane horizontal end
rocoiver coil piano vertical).
MIN 2; Perpendicular loop mode S
(Transmitter coil plane vertical and
receiver coil plane hoi'itonial),
Coil
separation?)
12.5, S5, BO, 70, 100, 125. 150,
2QQ, 250, 300, k 400 metres (standerd),
10, 20. 40. 60, BO, 100, 120, 100,
200, 240 S. 390 metres (oolactod with
grid Bwltch inside of receiver).
4
BO, 100. 200. 300. 400. 500, BOO,
DOO. 1000. 1300 6 1800 feet
(selected vvith orld switch inside of
receiver).
Parameters
In-PhasB and quadrature components of
the secondary magnetic field, In ft of
primury (transmitted) Field.
Reid amplitude andtor tilt of 50/50 Hz
poworiina field.
Readout*!
Flangesof
readouts:
Analog direct readmits Oi
paMOl mstors far in-phase, quadrature
fifid cllc, end far SO/SOU* amplitude.
(Additional digital LCD readouts when
using tha DAC, fgr which Interlacing and
controls era provided for plug-in].
Analog irvphasa end qu
quadrature sca'eei
, 0
octiveted. Analog tilt ecale; Ot75%
—ado. (DiQitel in-phaee and quad,
x 102.494).
11QJ
2SO \
4401
eoo
i;800Atm'
RofaroncB cnhla:
Uflht
tofioi
rang
epec
weight unshleldfld 4/8 conductor
cablo for mexlrnuivi temperoturft
end (or minimum friction. Ploas*
y cabltf l*ngUi9 required,
Intercom;
Voice communication link provided for
oper .on via
cablg.
Receiver1
Four •tendsrd BV batterias (O, S Ah,
power
supply!
alkali •j, Life 30 hrs continuous duty,
lees ooid weather. Hecharjjsoble bettery nd cherflor option •voflablo.
Transmitter
power
Rod rgoabte teeltd gal type laqd acid
12V 3Ah bBtterles (4x6V-BViAh) In
canv s belt. Optional 1 SV-QAh light duty
belt
Transmitter
battery
For 10*180/830-840^0. 90/60/
400 Hz and 12-19VOO tupply operaWon eutomatiQ float oherge mode,
thre chiv'Qa Btatua Indicator lights.
Outp it14,4V-1.23Anom.
Opftratlng tempt
.40 Q 4-8Qdag.C,
Q kg
ran
Corr
Transmitter
with scandord 1SV-13Ah battery
pool
14k Wit)i lioht duty 1 BV-BAh pock.
Shipping
weight!
B9k plus wsVjht of reference ceblas at
Standard
One ere trgnsmltter battery pack,
one para trengmltter battery cnargar,
two spara transmitter retrieve connac rip cards, one cpara lot receiver
l if ill
to D.5%, enaloo tilt 194 grsda. (Digital
ln-ptmfiu ond C|Uadraturo 0.1 'Xi}.
itO.03% td 4 1 % normally, doponding
pn frequeniy, coil separeiJOn fc condi-
e.
Cables: APEXPARA TORONTO
g por 100 metrefl plus other
\a! items If eny
o ehingi without nutinoation.
Specificetions
.
APEX PARAMETRICS LIMITED
Telephones: 416-64OB1Q2
416^852-5375
Including thn two Integral fnrrite
antennas (9 ky with dotn ocq.
ttoeolunr welylitt
Analog in-phaae artd quadrature
Repeatability:
3330 Hz:
7040 Ht: 40Atm'
14QBDHr, SOAtm'
Te
orio. Canada LOG 1 KG
-.x: OB-96BB25 APEXPAOA UXB
Four Magnetometers in one
Self Correcting for Diurnal Variations
Reduced instrumentation Requirements
2507o Weight Reduction
User Friendly Keypad Operation
Universal Computer interface
Comprehensive Software Packages
The OMNI IV microprocessorbased "Tie-Line" Magnetometer
incorporates a number of fea
tures designed to facilitate the
storage, reduction and presenta
tion of total field magnetic data.
The flexibility of the OMNI iv al
lows the user to purchase one
console and through the use of
different sensors or software
create their choice of four dif
ferent magnetometers.
Major Benefits
2507o Weight Reduction
* Four Magnetometers in One
The OMNI IV has been designed to
operate in four different opera
ting modes:
1. As a self correcting or tie-line
magnetometer (See page 3)
2. AS a portable field magne
tometer (See page 4)
3. As a recording base station
magnetometer (See page 5)
4. AS a true simultaneous
gradiometer. (See page 6)
The standard OMNI IV incorpor
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include the base station
and /or the gradient con
figuration.
All of the data collected in any
one of these four operating
modes is stored and protected in
a solid state memory.
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* Self Correcting for Diurnal
Variations
When used in the "tie-line"
mode, the OMNI IV automatically
corrects itself for variations in
the earth's magnetic field. By
tieing back into one tie-point or
tie-line(s) on the grid over the
day or over the duration of the
survey, the OMNI IV automatically
calculates and applies the drift
measured to the data stored.
Data is corrected using the linear
interpolation met hod.
Comprehensive Software
Programs
User Friendly Keypad
Operation
HP 85 and CP/M software pack
ages for most computers such as
IBM PC, APPLE, KAYPRO, OSBORNE,
etc. are available to enable the
user to edit the data, obtain line
profiles and create plot files.
Many filtering programs are of
fered for further data analysis
such as the Fast Fourier Trans
form, the Frequency Domain
Filters or the Upward-Downward
Continuation. Additional pro
grams are also available to trans
fer the data from micro
computers to mainframes.
The OMNI IV incorporates two
keypads; one for programming
the unit for time and grid co-or
dinates and the other for the re
cording of data. Once the OMNI IV
has been programmed for the
day's survey, the operator need
only use the recording keypad
for data storage. Recording of
data is accomplished by pressing
only 2 recording keys sequen
tially. A "Clear" data key has been
incorporated to edit the pre
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A simple, low cost, com
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and any microcomputer is now
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interface provides the necessary
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OMNI IV to dump directly into any
microcomputer with ASCII code,
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or into many available serial mag
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The OMNI IV has been designed so
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existing PPM-350/375 OMNIMAC
units for a total weight of 4 kg.
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Magnetometer...
Any survey can now be run and
corrected automatically with only
one OMNI iv.
The OMNI IV is able to store "looping"
or "tie-line" data. This data is stbred in
a separate memory at the beginning
of each survey. Total field readings
are then subsequently stored in a
second memory along with the field
readings of the tie-point(s). At the
end of each survey day, these two
memories are merged to auto
matically correct (he loinl field data
for diurnal variations.
Features
The OMNI iv In the "tie-line" mode can:
- Store "looping" or "tie-line" data
3 ways:
- using one "looping" base point,
- using one "tie-line" comprised of
a number of tie-points, or
iLising multiple "tie-lines",
store up to 100 tie-points in one
survey area or divide these points
into extensions of survey areas as
needed.
- Store tie-points or tie-lines for the
duration of the survey.
- Calculate the drift between
established tie-points, to readily
see variations in the earth's
magnetic field.
Key Benef its
Eliminates Manual
Correction of Data
Diurnal corrections, using the tie-line
method, can be clone automatically
by the OMNI iv, eliminating hours of
manual and tedious calculations. Cor
rected data can then be directly
transferred to a computer for
further data processing.
Flexibility of Tie-Line"
The OMNI IV "tie-line" system offers
the operator the flexibility of
choosing the most appropriate tiemethod best suited for the
ey, depending upon the size and
•ader of the grid. The operator
can choose from:
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-a single tie-line,
- multiple tie-lines, or
- a random scattering of tie-points.
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Reduced instrumentation
Requirements
The self-correcting "tie-line" feature
of the OMNI IV can remove base
station requirements from some
surveys.
Tie-Line Capability In
Gradient Mode
The "tie line" capability is also applic
able when used as a gradiometer.
The operator can therefore obtain
corrected total field data without re
quiring a base station magneto
meter.
Programmable Datum
The OMNI IV can be programmed to
automatically remove a designated
datum from field data. Removal of
this coarse, background value
facilitates plotting and interpretation
of data.
Automatic Drift
Calculations
The OMNI IV can automatically
calculate the desired diurnal drift
measured between consecutive tiepoint readings.
Data Recall
"Tie-line" data can be recalled, even if
stored on different days.
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2. As a Portable Field unit...
The OMNI IV is a portable proton
precession magnetometer that
measures and stores in memory the
earth's magnetic field at the touch of
a key. It identifies and stores the
location, time of each measurement,
computes the statistical error of the
reading and stores the decay and
strength of the signal being
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* Packaged in a compact, lightweight
and rugged housing, the OMNI IV
measures and stores the following
set of information:
- total field magnitude
- time of measurement
- grid co-ordinates
- direction of travel
- statistical error of readings
- signal strength and rate of decay
* Users have a choice of three data
storage modes:
-spot record
- multi record
- auto record
• Data stored in memory is
completely protected by a lithium
battery.
* Each reading is automatically
assigned a record number which
in also be used to identify
readings measured off the grid.
• More than one reading can be taken
at one point without updating the
current station number.
• Characters shown on the LCD display
are highly visible.
Key Benefits
Increased Productivity
Survey productivity is significantly
increased with the OMNI IV because:
- a measurement can be read and
stored in only 3 seconds.
- data is highly repeatable. A
second measurement is usually
not required.
- the statistical error is calculated
for eacli measurement providing
an indication of whether an ad
ditional reading may be required.
- the OMNI lv is up to 25(K) lighter
and smaller.
Tliis permits the operator to cover
more ground and gather more data
than would be otherwise possible.
Simplified Fieldwork
The OMNI lv makes surveys easier to
conduct because:
- tlie need to write down field data
is eliminated. Time, field measure
ment, grid co-ordinates, etc, are
simultaneously stored when any
one of the three record keys are
pressed.
- the operator has the ability to
clear the unwanted last reading
- the difference between the cur
rent leading and the previous one
is calculated automatically
- the coarse magnetic field value
or datum can be removed from
the field data to simplify plotting
of t he field results
- diurnal corrections are auto
matically calculated.
System flexibility offers the following
choices:
- if the OMNI IV is used as a field
magnetometer or as a gradio
meter, the total field data can be
corrected by itself using the "tieline" or "looping" capability.
- if the OMNI lv is used as a selfrecording base station, it will
correct the total field data in:
a. m lot her OMNI IV, used as a field
magnetometer
b. another OMNI IV, used as a
gradiometer
C. an OMNIMAG PPM-350
d. an OMNIMAG PPM-375, used as a
field magnetometer
e. an OMNIMAG PPM-500 vertical
Gradiometer
Unparallelled Repeatability
of Data
The OMNI lv provides users with
unparallelled data repeatability. This
is a result of four leading-edge design
features that eliminate the need for
taking multiple readings:
- Patented Signal Processing
Technique
- Constant Energy Polarization that
maintains equal energy to the
sensor
- Processing sensitivity to ± 0.02
gamma
- Automatic Fine Tuning which uses
the previous reading as the base
for the next
Other Benefits
- Error Analysis
This unique feature is a great time
saver because the calculation of
the statistical error of each
reading lets the operator make an
on-the-spot decision whether that
reading should be stored or not.
* Higher Gradient
Tolerance
Higher tolerance to local gradients
of up to 6000 gammas per meter
(field proven), is possible due to a
patented signal processing
method and to a miniature sensor
design utilizing a highly optimized
sensor geometry.
* Complete Data Protection
Field data stored in memory is
totally protected for a number of
years by the lithium backup bat
tery. This battery also provides
power to the real-time clock.
* Data Recall
Readings can be recalled either by
record number or in sequence.
* Decimal Spacing
A decimal digit is provided for
intermediate station intervals of
12.5 meters.
* Power Supply Versatility
Users can choose from:
- non-magnetic rechargeable
sealed lead acid battery cart
ridge or belt
- nickel cadmium (NiCad) battery
cartridge or belt
- disposable alkaline battery
cartridge or belt
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AS a ease station
Magnetometer...
The OMNI IV in the base station mode
effectively measures and stores in its
memory the daily fluctuations of the
rlh's magnetic field. The OMNI IV
will automatically correct total (ield
data of other OMNI iv or OMNIMAG
Series units in just a few minutes.
' Store up to 5,000 sets of readings,
the equivalent to approximately
14 hours of continuous unat
tended monitoring at a 10 second
sampling interval. Cycling time be
tween 5 seconds and 60 minutes in
1 second increments can be
programmed by the operator.
- Simultaneously outputs data in a
digital or ASCII format to a choice
of data collect ion units at the
same time as it is being stored in
memory.
Key Benefits
Automatic Diurnal
Corrections
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The OMNI iv in the base station mode
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Automatically correct magnetic
field data for both diurnal variations and reference field values.
Record the magnetic field activity
in the following format:
- time of measurement
- magnitude of total field
- difference from the reference
field value
- difference from the previous
reading
- sequential record number
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magnetometer or as a gradiometer
- a PPM-350 Total Field Magneto
meter
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This is ideal where close, detailed
monitoring of the earth's magnetic
field is required.
Programmable Reference
Field
The reference field can be pro
grammed by the operator. The OMNI
IV then calculates automatically the
drift in the magnetic field for every
reading. If at the end of the first
survey day the proper reference field
has not been entered, the operator
can re-select a new one and the drift
can be automatically re-calculated.
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Automatic Drift Calculation
The OMNI IV calculates automatically
the difference between each reading
and its programmed reference field.
This can be presented in either digital
and /or profile plot format. It can also
be simultaneously output to a com
patible printer for visual verification
of the field's activity.
calculates Differential Field
Variations
The OMNI lv also calculates to 0.1
gamma, the difference between the
current reading and the previous
one. This assists the operator In
ascertaining the degree of activity
that is occurring i.e. magnetic storm
or active conditions.
Programmable Cycling
Interval
The OMNI IV can be programmed to
cycle at any interval, in one second
increments, from 5 seconds to 60
minutes.
Other Benefits
* Stores a Prints Data
Simultaneously
The OMNI IV can record and print
out data simultaneously. Data is
retained in memory.
* Internal Real Time Clock
Real time clocks can be synchro
nized to the nearest second when
using the OMNI IV with any other
OMNI IV or OMNIMAC Unit.
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As a True Gradiometer...
The OMNI IV provides the operator
with an accurate means of measuring
both the total
field and the
gradient of the
total field.
It reads and
stores the
measurements
of both sensors
simultaneously
to calculate the
true gradient
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Features
he OMNI IV in the gradient mode
" ovides:
A visual readout and storage of the
following information in an
absolutely secure memory:
- the gradient of the total field
- the total magnetic field
magnitude of upper sensor
- the time of measurement
- the HI id co-ordinates where the
measurement is taken
- the statistical error of total field
reading of lower gradient sensor
- the signal strength and decay
rate measurement of lower
gradient sensor
A simultaneous, not sequential,
measurement of both sensors
A choice of sensor lengths and
configurations:
- standard 0.5 meter sensor
separation mounted on staff
- optional one meter sensor
separation mounted on staff
- optional horizontal gradient
sensors
The staff length can be adjusted to
achieve desired height of sensors
from the ground.
A choice of three data storage
I nodes:
spot record, for readings without
grid co-ordinates
- multi-record, for many readings
at one station
- auto record, for automatic updale of station number.
Key Benefits
Reads Both Sensors
Simultaneously
The OMNI IV reads both sensors
simultaneously and not sequentially.
This type of measurement removes
the effect of diurnal variations and
magnetic storm interferences from
the data. This is a true gradient
measurement.
improved Productivity
The need to take only one
simultaneous gradient measurement
instead of two sequential measure
ments cuts reading time substantially.
Improved Data During
Magnetic storms
Gradient surveys can be conducted
during magnetic storms resulting in
no lost survey time. This is another
benefit of the simultaneous measure
ment of both sensors.
No Diurnal Corrections of
the Gradient Required
The effect of diurnal magnetic
variations on the gradient measure
ment is cancelled due to this simulta
neous measuring technique. The
total field measurement of the top
sensor can be self-corrected by the
OMNI IV when used with the "tie-line"
mode or with another OMNI IV in the
base station mode.
Better Resolution of Total
Field Anomalies
The OMNI IV in the gradient mode
more sharply defines the magnetic
responses determined by total field
data. Closely spaced anomalies are
Individually delineated rather than
being identified collectively under
one broad magnetic response.
Direct Delineation of
Vertical contacts
The OMNI IV is an ideal contact map
ping tool especially in vortical to
near-vertical contact or fault zones.
These vertical contacts are expressed
at the zero line of gradient contour
or profile values. Vertical dyke-like
bodies c.in also be mapped ellectively.
Enhances Near-Surface
Anomalies
Shallow, near-surface sources (higher
frequency anomalies) are
emphasized relative to deeper
responses (lower frequency
anomalies). This can provide an onthe-spot approximation of the deptt
of the anomalous source.
Automatically Removes
Regional Gradient
The gradient measurements ability t(
differentiate between higher and
lower frequency responses effect
ively removes background regional
gradients from anomalous residual
responses.
Gradient and Total Field
Readings Stored
Simultaneously
Data is enhanced by the ability of the
OMNI IV to simultaneously record in
memory both the gradient and total
field measurements as well as the
statistical error. Both types of data
offer a unique alternative in t he
interpretation of magnetic field data
i.e. gradient vector diagrams, dip and
strike length of body, etc.
Gradient-Base Station
Operation
The OMNI IV can cycle automatically
every 5 seconds in the gradient
mode. This option can be used in
stationary or mobile applications.
Adjustable Sensor Heights
The OMNI IV gradient sensor is
mounted onto a sectional aluminum
staff in which sections can be added
or subtracted. This enables the
operator to adapt t he OMNI IV to local
ground noise conditions, terrain
effects and survey logistics. In doing
so, near surface effects can be
selectively emphasized or diminished
depending upon the survey target.
Choice of Sensor Separation
The use of the 0.5 meter standard
and l o r 1.0 meter optional senr,or
separation provides unique interpre
tative information especially useful in
near surface anomalous conditions
i.e. determining if the field has
curvature or is linear.
Data Output Options
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The OMNI IV universal com
munications interface enables the
user to output and analyze data
through a number of options and
formats.
Any Computer with RS 232C
The OMNI IV can transfer uncorrected
or corrected field data into any
computer with an RS 232C port
through the EDA universal com
munications interface. Computers
with collection packages including
either "X-ON, X-OFF" or "ENQ/ACK"
communication protocol formats are
also compatible.
Data transfer from the field to the
ol f ice is also possible l hroi igh t he use
ol an optional modem interface.
Comprehensive Software
Packages
the OMNI IV data has been
sferred to a microcomputer, it
can be further analyzed through a
number of available software
packages:
1. a CP l M software package
adaptable to many
microcomputers such as the IBM
PC, APPLE, KAYPRO, TRS, OSBORNE,
etc... This package enables the user
to edit the data, obtain true line
profiles and create plot files.
2. The above CP/M software package
is also available plus the added
capability of merging the base
station data of GEOMETRICS C856
with the OMNI IV to calculate
diurnal variations. This enables
users to increase the flexibility of
their existing magnetometers.
3. An HP 85 software package that
edits the OMNI IV data, provides
true line profiles and creates plot
files. The package also permits the
use of the C856 together with the
OMNI IV to calculate for diurnal
v.nl.iilons.
4. A Fast Fourier Transform program
is available where space or time
data is transformed to the
domain. From the
examination of a power spectrum,
filters may be customized to each
data set.
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Line Profile From HP-85
5. A Frequency Domain Filter
program is also available. The multi
pass filter program allows user
control of the turn on/off
frequencies and filter decay rates.
These filters are useful for per
forming regional y residual
separation or filtering of noise
from data.
6. The Upward-Downward
Continuation program computes a
2-dimensional upward or down
ward continuation transfer
function and applies the operator
to the input array in the wavenumber domain.
7. A Micro-to-Mainframe Computer
program enables the user to
transfer the data from his field
computer to a main frame where
additional computation will be
done.
Profile Plot Outputs
The OMNI IV can plot data as a profile
through a printer. The operator can:
- select and program any gamma
scale best suited for data
presentation
- output the digital or plot formats
simultaneously or separately
- choose a 40,80, or 132 character
printer paper width
- plot both the gradient and
corrected total field data
simultaneously
- transfer data plots to a printer as
it is being stored in memory. This
is ideal in base station
applications.
Many Digital Recorder
Options
The OMNI IV Is compatIfolc with many
digital recorders with serial interface,
such as MFE 2500, through its
communications interface.
EDA's digital recorder, the DCU-200,
can store 21,000 readings and has a
"read-af ter-write" capability.
Variety of Printer Options
The OMNI IV can transfer data into any
printer with a standard parallel
(Centronics) interface, such as the
Epson printer, through its
communications interface.
The OMNI IV data can also be
transmitted through two EDA
printers:
- the DCU-040, which is a small 40
character AC only thermal printer.
- the DCU-400, which is a
ruggedized 40 character thermal
printer that is used either with its
internal rechargeable batteries, a
12 volt DC power supply option or
an AC power source.
With the external 12 volt DC power
supply option linked directly to the
DCU-400, data transfer and charging
of internal batteries can be done
simultaneously. There is now no
dependence on a generator or AC
power source for data transfer or
battery charging. This is ideal where
AC power is not available or where a
back-up power source is required.
Data Output Capabilities
The OMNI IV outputs data in a
choice of formats, depending
upon the operating mode:
- corrected total field data
- uncorrected total field data
- base station data
- gradient field data
- corrected tie-line data
- tie-line data
Grid co-ordinates of the data can
be output with their designated
compass bearing, using N, S, E, W
descriptors.
Direction of travel along each grid
line is programmable and will be
reflected with or without a minus
sign (-). I.e. travelling south or west
is negative (-), travelling north or
east is positive.
Specifications
Dynamic Range
Tuning Method .
Automatic Fine Tuning . .
Display Resolution.
Processing Sensitivity
Statistical Error Resolution
Absolute Accuracy
Standard Memory capacity
Total Field or Gradient
lie line Points
Base Station
Display
RS 232 Serial l/O Interface
Gradient Tolerance
Test Mode
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Gradient Sensors
Sensor Cable
Cycling Time (Base Station Mode)
Operating Environmental Range
Power Supply
Battery Cartridge/Belt Life
weights and Dimensions
Instrument Console Only
NiCad or Alkaline Battery Cartridge
NiCad or Alkaline Battery Belt
lead-Acid Battery Cartridge
Lead-Acid Battery Belt
. .
. .
Sensor . . ...... . .
.
.
Gradient Sensor
(0.5 m separation-standard)
Gradient Sensor
(10m separation -optional) .. . . .
St^n~d System Complement
Base Station Option. . . . . . . .
Gradiometer Option ...... . . ... .
10,000 to 110,000 gammas. Roll over display feature
suppresses first significant digit upon exceeding 100,000
gammas.
Tuning value is calculated accurately utilizing a specially
developed tuning algorithm
± I5 07o relative to ambient field strength of last stored
value
0.1 gamma
i 0.02 gamma
0.01 gamma
± 1 gamma at 50,000 gammas at 23 0C
± 2 gamma over total temperature range
1,200 data blocks or sets of readings
100 data blocks or sets of readings
5,000 data blocks or sets of readings
Custom-designed, ruggedized liquid crystal display with an
operating temperature range from -40"C to * 55 0C. The
display contains six numeric digits, decimal point, battery
status monitor, signal decay rate and signal amplitude
monitor and function descriptors.
2400 baud, 8 data bits, 2 stop bits, no parity
6,000 gammas per meter (field proven)
A. Diagnostic testing (data and programmable memory)
B. Self Test (hardware)
Optimized miniature design. Magnetic cleanliness is
consistent with the specified absolute accuracy.
0.5 meter sensor separation (standard), normalized to
gammas/meter, optional 1.0 meter sensor separation
available. Horizontal sensors optional.
Remains flexible in temperature range specified, includes
strain-relief connector
Programmable from 5 seconds up to 60 minutes In 1
second increments
-40 0 c to i 55 0 C; D-100% relative humidity; weatherproof
Non-magnetic rechargeable sealed lead-acid battery
cartridge or belt; rechargeable NiCad or Disposable battery
cartridge or belt; or 12V DC power source option for base
station operation.
2,000 to 5,000 readings, for sealed lead acid power supply,
depending upon ambient temperature and rate of
readings
2.8kg,
. 1.2kg,
1.2kg,
1.8kg,
1.8kg,
1.2 kg,
238 x 150 x 250mm
235 x 105 x 90mm
540 x 100 x 40mm
235 x 105 x 90mm
540 x 100 x 40mm
56mm diameter x 200mm
2.1 kg, BGmm diameter x 790mm
2.2 kg, 56mm diameter x 1300mm
Instrument console; sensor; 3-moter cable, aluminum
sectional sensor staff, power supply, harness assembly,
operations manual.
Standard system plus 30 meter cable
Standard system plus 0.5 meter sensor
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Major Benefits of the OMNI PLUS
* Combined VLF/Magnetometer/cradiometer
System
* No Orientation Required
* Three VLF Magnetic Parameters Recorded
* Automatic Calculation of Fraser Filter
* Calculation of Ellipticity
* Automatic correction of Primary Field
Variations
Measurement of VLF Electric Field
Description
The "OMNI PLUS" geophysical
system combines the OMNI IV
Tie-Line" magnetometer and
gradiometer together with a VLF
measurement capability.
The OMNI PLUS VLF/Magnetometer system has been develop
ed in co-operation with Geo
physical Surveys inc. of Quebec,
canada.
This brochure concentrates on
the VLF magnetic and electric
ield parameters measured and
•ecorded by the OMNI PLUS. More
nformation on the OMNI PLUS
nagnetometer system and tieine capability is available in the
)MNl lv brochure.
* Measurement of up to throe
VLF transmitting stations to
provide complete coverage of
an anomaly regardless of the
orientation of the survey grid
or of the anomaly itself.
* Display descriptors to monitor
the quality of the VLF signal
being measured.
* Choice of three data storage
modes:
- spot record, for readings
without grid co-ordinates
- multi record, for multiple
readings at one station
- auto record, for automatic
update of station number
* output of grid co-ordinates with
the designated compass bearing,
using N, S, E, W descriptors.
Major Benef its
features
iach OMNI PLUS incorporates the
ollowing features:
Measurement and recording in
memory of the following VLF
data for each field reading:
- total field strength,
- total dip,
- vertical quadrature or,
alternately, horizontal
amplitude,
- apparent resistivity,
-phase angle,
- time,
- grid co-ordinates,
- direction of travel along grid
lines, and
- natural and cultural features.
Complete data protection for
a number of years by an
internal lithium backup
battery.
"T^Line" or "Looping"
al^pthm, unique only to
ED7TC OMNI IV and OMNI PLUS
Series, for the self-correction
of atmospheric variations and
variations in the primary field
from the VLF transmitter.
* Combined VLF/Magneto
meter l Gradiometer System
The OMNI PLUS incorporates the
capabilities of the OMNI IV "TieLine" Magnetometer and
Gradiometer System with the
ability to measure the VLF
magnetic and electric fields.
Only one OMNI PLUS is needed to
record all of the following
geophysical parameters:
1. The total magnetic field
2. The simultaneous gradient of
the total magnetic field
3. The VLF magnetic field,
including:
- the total dip
- the total field strength of
the VLF magnetic field
- the vertical quadrature, or
alternately, the horizontal
amplitude
4. The VLF electric field,
including:
- the phase angle
- apparent resistivity
As an example, at each location
the OMNI PLUS can calculate and
record In n mnttor orsocoiuls,
three VLF magnetic field and two
VLF electric field parameters
from two different transmitters,
a magnetic total field reading
and a simultaneous magnetic
gradient reading.
No Orientation Required
The OMNI PLUS requires no
orientation, by the operator, of
the sensor head toward the
transmitter station. This
simplifies field procedures as well
as saving considerable survey
time. When two VLF transmitters
are measured, the benefits of l
this time-saving feature are auto-1
matically doubled. There is no
requirement for the operator to,
orient himself and the sensor
l
head toward the first selected |
transmitting station and then re
orient towards the second trans-;
mitting station.
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Consistent high quality data is "
achieved in the OMNI PLUS due to,
the utilization of three orthol
gonal sensor colls rather than
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two sensor colls used In
conventional systems. The
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quality of data is not then
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dependent on the operator's
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ability to correctly orient the
sensor head for optimum
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coupling with the transmitting l
station.
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The OMNI PLUS compensates
automatically for the direction of)
travel along the grid lines as well
as for the angle of the sensors
from the vertical plane through
the use of tiltmeters.
Three VLF Magnetic
Parameters Recorded
The OMNI PLUS calculates and
records in memory the:
- total dip
- total field strength
- vertical quadrature
The operator has the option to
substitute the horizontal
amplitude for the vertical
quadrature. The OMNI PLUS
calculates each of these
parameters from the in-phase
and quadrature measurements
of all three components.
Automatic Calculation of
Fraser Filter
The OMNI PLUS automatically
calculates the Fraser Filter, from
the dip angle data, regardless of
the interval between the stations
along the grid lines. The operator
no longer has to manually per
form this mathematical calcula
tion thereby reducing the pos
sibility of human error. The
Fraser Filter algorithm follows es
tablished conventions.
The operator can choose to out
put either the total dip or the
Fraser filtered data, or both.
emulation of Ellipticity
The OMNI PLUS calculates the true
ellipticity of the VLF magnetic
field from the measurement of
the in-phase and quadrature of
all three components. The
ellipticity provides more
interpretative information about
the anomaly than the dip angle
and is less influenced by over
burden shielding.
Automatic Correction of
Primary Field Variations
The OMNI PLUS can be used as a
base station to monitor primary
field changes from up to three
VLF transmitters as well as
alternately measuring the
variations in the magnitude of
the earth's magnetic field. Only
one OMNI PLUS is needed to
perform both functions.
The OMNI PLUS base station can
thmautomatically correct, by
interpolation, the field
for these drift variations in
the primary VLF and total
magnetic fields.
* Measurement of VLF
Electric Field
The OMNI PLUS calculates and
records the apparent resistivity
and phase angle from the
measurement of the VLF electric
field. This VLF electric field
measurement can be accomplish
ed by using capacitively or
resistively coupled electrodes at
spacings of 5,10 or 20 meters.
Other Benefits
Automatic Tuning
The OMNI PLUS automatically
tunes up to three VLF trans
mitters within a frequency range
of 15 to 30 kHz, once the
operator has programmed in the
specific frequencies.
Base station
Synchronization
The OMNI PLUS has a unique
"count-down" feature which can
be activated in the field unit
upon synchronization with the
base station. The field unit: then
displays and decrements the re
maining time, in seconds, until
the base station is scheduled to
take a measurement. The
operator can obtain a field
reading at exactly the same time
as the base station. The sim
ultaneous field and base station
measurements significantly im
prove the automatic correction
accuracy.
Automatic "Tie-Line"
Correction
The OMNI PLUS can automatically
correct by Itself the VLF field
data for atmospheric variations
and changes in the primary field
originating from the VLF
transmitter. By tieing-back Into
one or several tiepoints on the
grid, the OMNI PLUS will
automatically calculate and apply
the drift measured to the field
data previously recorded in
memory. More information on
this unique "tie-line" method can
be obtained from page 3 of the
OMNI IV brochure.
Notation of Natural and
Cultural Features
The OMNI PLUS can record natural
and cultural features unique to
each grid location. This capability
eliminates the need for a field
notebook and provides
additional Information that can
assist in interpreting recorded
data.
Analogue Output
Since VLF as well as magnetic data
is often easier to interpret as a
profile plot, data collected by the
OMNI PLUS can be represented in
analogue format at a vertical
scale best suited for data
presentation. The operator can
selectively output in analogue
and/or digital format, up to 10 of
the following parameters:
- total dip
- Fraser filtered data
- ellipticity
- VLF total field strength
- vertical quadrature
- horizontal amplitude
- apparent resistivity
- phase angle
- magnetic total field strength
- magnetic vertical gradient
Computer interface
The OMNI PLUS can transfer uncorrected, corrected or filtered
data to most computers with a
RS232C port. In some cases, a
DCA-100 Data communications
Adaptor may be required.
Computers with collection
packages including either "X-ON,
X-OFF"or"ENQMCK"
communications protocol
formats are also compatible.
Specifications*
Frequency Tuning Range.
. 15 to 30 kHz, with bandwidth of 150 Hz; tuning
range accommodates new Puerto Rico station
at 28.5 kHz
Transmitting Stations Measured. . Up to 3 stations can be automatically measured
at any given grid location within frequency
tuning range
Recorded VLF Magnetic
Parameters
.. .Total field strength, total dip, vertical
quadrature (or alternately, horizontal
amplitude)
Standard Memory Capacity
... 800 combined VLF magnetic and VLF electric
measurements as well as gradiometer and
magnetometer readings
Display
.. .Custom designed, ruggedized liquid crystal
display with built-in heater and an operating
temperature range from -40 0 cto -f 55 0 c. The
display contains six numeric digits, decimal
point, battery status monitor, signal strength
status monitor and function descriptors.
RS232C Serial I/O interface ...... 2400 baud rate, 8 data bits, 2 stop bits, no parity
Test Mode .................... A. Diagnostic Testing (data and programmable
memory)
B. self Test (hardware)
Sensor Head ................. .Contains 3 orthogonally mounted coils with
automatic tilt compensation
Operating Environmental
Range ...................... -40 0 C to -f 55 0 C;
O - 10007o relative humidity;
Weatherproof
Power Supply ................ .Non-magnetic rechargeable sealed lead-acid 18V
DC battery cartridge or belt; 18V DC disposable
battery belt; 12V DC external power source for
base station operation only.
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Weights and Dimensions
Instrument Console . ........ .2.8kg,
Sensor Head ................ .2.1 kg,
VLF Electronics Module....... .1.1 kg,
Lead Acid Battery Cartridge .. .1.8 kg,
Lead Acid Battery Belt ........1.8 kg,
Disposable Battery Belt ....... 1.2 kg,
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o-^eO'c-*'—e^^r
1 he'eby certify that 1 have a personal end intimate knowledge of the fact: K \ forth in the Report of Work annexed hereto havinp performed the work
or witnessed same during and/or after its completion and the annexed report : true.
M. Koltby; 400 - 1199 West Hastings St. , Vane:ouver, B.C., V6E 3T5
' f f/
Ministry of
NMhem Affairs
and 1v1ir.es
Ontario .
Report of Work
K
l
(Geophysical, Geological,
l \fj
Geochemical and Expenditures/
g, f."* ** r
zl-'y/^J,^,*
Mining Act
Instructions: — Please type or print.
— If number of mining claims
exceeds space on this form, attach a iistfj
Note: — Only oays credits calculated in th^
"Expenditures" section may fee enterect
in the "Expend. Days Cr." columns.
— Do not use shaded areas below.
Township or Area
Type of SurvJ
Dixie Lake
Assays of drill core and surface samples
T
.
'respecter's Licence No.
Claim Holder(s)
National Trust Company
Address
T-1164
21 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M5C IBS___________^.^^._______
~]Date of Survey (from St to)
\l i i.(.
1 O
Survey Company
___Consolidated Silver Standard Mines Limited \
. i
'Total Miles of line Cut
DO
QQ
!l
ly l TvTo. i Yr L .
---------
— - _______
Name and Address of Author (of Geo-Technical report)
M. Holtby,
103 - 1026 Queens Avenue, New Westminster, B.C. , V3M 6B2
Credits Requested per Each Claim in Columns at right
Special Provisions
Geophysical
For first survey:
Enter 40 days. (This
includes line cutting)
For each additional survey:
using the same grid:
Enter 20 days (for each)
Mining Claims Traversed (List in numerical secuence)
Days per
Claim
- Electromagnetic
- Magnetometer
- Radiometric
- Other
Geological
Geochemical
Man Days
Days per
Claim
Geophysical
Complete reverse side
and enter total (s) here
- Electromagnetic
- Magnetometer
- Radiometric
- Other
Geological
... ,,. -
Geochemical
Airborne Credits
Days per
Claim
Note: Special provisions
credits do not apply
to Airborne Surveys.
Electromagnetic
Magnetometer
Radiometric
Expenditures (excludes power stripping)
Type of Work Performed
Assays
Performed on Claim(s)
KRL 1023099, 1023100,
1023102, 1023103
Calculation of Expenditure Days Credits
Total Expenditures
Total
Days Credits
S 4,419. 25
Instructions
Total Days Credits may be apportioned at the claim holder's
choice. Enter number of days credits per claim selected
in columns at right.
Tota! number of mining
claims covered by this
report of work.
For Office Use Only
hereby certify that 1 have a personal and intimate knowledge of the facu set forth in the Report of Work annexed hereto, having performed the work
or witnessed same during and/or after its completion and the annexed report is true.
Name and Postal Address of Person Certifying
.^' *fe*jL.....400..-.J. ? 99-. Wes t. Jjas tijigs ..S t.. Vancouver. B.C.. V6E 3T5 .
l Date Certified
[ Cerl
*rth
utiuii*. —
—
Northern Affairs
and Wines
Ontario
(Geophysical, Geological,
Geochemical and Expenditures)
ned*e type or print.
If number of mining claims traversed
exceeds space on this form, attach a list.
Note: — Only days credits calculated in the
"Expenditures" section may be entered
i* the "Expend. Days O." columns.
Mining Act
— Do not use shaded areas below.
Township or Area
Typ^*^uu'cy(s)
A^^s of drill core and surface samples
Dixie Lake Cy ' I7&?
Prospector's Licence No.
Claim Holder(s)
Consol idated Si Tver- Standard Mines Limited
T1646
Address
400 - 1199 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6E 3T5
Survey Company
Date of Survey (from S tol
Consolidated Si Tver Standard Mines Limited
18
. 09 , 88 1 20 , 12 88
Day j Mo. 1 Yr. | Day | Mo. | Yr.
Total Miles of line Cut
Name and Address of Author (of Geo-Technical report)
M. Holtby, 103 - 1026 Queens Avenue, New Westminster, B. C ., V3M 6B2
Credits Requested per Each Claim in Columns at right
Special Provisions
For first survey:
Mining Claims Traversed (List in numerical sequence)
Days per
Claim
Geophysical
- Electromagnetic
includes line cutting)
' -
' .
- Magnetometer
i
"" Fbr'each additional survey"
--using the tame grid: —
-
— ~-
- Radiometric - - •
-
- Other
Enter 20 days (for each)
Geologic.,-...^—— •~— —— . —
Geochemical
it; ' .. s
Man Days i
j
.~
i
Geophysical
" Complete reverse side* "
•'. ,
-
~
[~"!0 -- r
Days per
..Claim
[
- Electromagnetic
,
...,
- Magnetometer
'
•j:t (;'t,,O
t i.utt:- lfX?T
i* -j, . ,,. ' .- -Radiometric
——-Other
1 .
Geological
j———— - ————,
l
^-- ——™ ...- —J
Geochemlcal
Airborne Credits .
- ,.-
Note: Special provisions
to Airborne Surveys.
,.--'"~ ••:-', ' . -
Da vi par
Claim
Electromagnetic
Magnetometer
Radiometric
Expenditures (excludes power stripping)
Type of Work Performed
Assays
Performed on ClaimU)
KRL 1023099, 1023100, 1023102, 1023103
Calculation of Expenditure Days Credits
Total
Days Credits
Total Expenditures
S 4,419.25 ^
-i-
15
E
294
Total number of mining
claims covered by this
report of work.
Instructions
Total Days Credits may be apportioned at th e claim holder's
choice. Enter number of days credits per clai m se ected
in columns at right.
Certification Verifying Report of Work
hereby certify that l have a personal and intimate knowledge ol tnt (acts set forth in th^Report of Work annexed hereto, having performed the work
or witnessed same during and/or after its completion and the annexed report is true.
and Postal Addrets of Person
Max Holtby, 400 - 1199 West Hastings Street
|Date,Cerj,ifiecl
ICerjSfie/by (
ffi
Ontario
Northern Attairs
ines
exceeds space on this form, attach a list, l '
Note: — Only days credits calculated "TTT—Hie *
"Expenditures" section may be entered
in the "Expend. Days Cr." columns.
— Do not use shaded areas below.
(Geophysical, Geological,
Geochemical and Expenditures)
Mining Act
Township o r Area
Dixie Lake
.. ology of Trenches
^"- '76
Prospector's Licence No.
Consolidated Silver Standard Mines Limited
T1646
400 - 1199 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6E 3T5
Total Miles of line Cut
Date of Survey (from 81 to)
Survey Company
Consolidated Silver Standard Mines Limited
Name and Address of Author (of Geo-Technical report)
M. Holtby
103-1026 Queens Avenue, New Westminster, B.C., V3M 6B2
Credits Requested per Each Claim in Columns at right
Special Provisions
For first survey:
Mining Claims Traversed (List in numerical sequence)
Days per
Claim
Geophysical
Prefix
KRL
- Electromagnetic
Enter 40 days. (This
includes line cutting)
- Magnetometer
For each additional survey:
Enter 20 days (for each)
Mining Claim
Number
Expend.
Days Cr.
1056895
35
1056896
35
Prefix
Mining Claim
Number
Expend.
Days Cr.
- Radiometric
- Other
. .^ t. , /
Geochemical
Man Days
j
,.
j
j
Geophysical
~ Complete reverse side — '~
and enter total (s) here-. —— -
t
^
Days per
Claim
- Electromagnetic
- Magnetometer
—-
i:i'4 ;,'bCi
rtithO
CUT- r
r. . - , - : :. f .v,. -. ..Sy-.
' ' *- . '
Airborne Credits
.
-Radiometric
to ,G*.
jroUrj
in 1 ;*-::
i'*.... --Other
p——- — 'Geological
l— - ——
: i
~35;L
L.
I—J
Geochemical
Days per
Claim
. '--' '' '
Note: Special provisions
credits do not apply
to Airborne Surveys.
Electromagnetic
Magnetometer
t-n
"..;
Radiometric
Expenditures (excludes power stripping)
Type of Work Performed
Performed on Claimd)
Calculation of Expenditure Oayi Credits
Total Expenditures
Total number of mining
claims covered by this
report of work.
Instructions
Total Days Credits may be •Apportioned at the claim holder's
choice. Enter number of days credits per claim selected
in columns at right.
RecoulecLHpJder or Agent (Signature)
/21
Certification Verifying Rep/rrof Work
1 hereby certify that 1 have a personal and intimate knowledge of the facts set forth in the Report of Work annexed hereto, having performed the work
or witnessed same during and/or after its completion and the annexed report is true.
Name end Postal Address of Person Certifying
M. Holtby
400 - 1199 West Hastino*; Strppt
Va nrmix/pr
R f.
.
VfiF ^T^i
(Date Certified
\P: . Jr- Z t,
Ctittlte&Dy ( Signaty/el///
lOv V
-Ci
,
. .
.
Assessment Work-Breakdown
Man Days are based on eight (8) hour Technical or Line-cutting days. Technical days include work performed by
consultants, draftsmen, etc..
Northern Affairs .
and Mines
, {r
- , ,
-.
Ontario
— If number of mining claims traversed *)*)
exceeds space on this form, attach a list.
Note: — Only days credits calculated in the f
"Expenditures" section may be entered
in the "Expend. Days Cr." columns.
— Do not use shaded areas below.
( Geophysical, Geological,
Geochemical and Expenditures)
Mining Act
Typeo^^kve,
.
Township or Area
V)
Ma^^fometer, VLF-EM, Horizontal Loop EM
Dixie Lake
G . ' 76?
Prospector's Licence No.
Claim Holder(s)
National Trust Company
T-1164
Address
21 King Street, East, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 1B3
Survey Corr.pany
^POV - ?^~[ O
Date of Survey (fr(jm Si t o)
, 09
K. Bernier, P.O. Box 1481, Sioux Lookout, Ontario 20
Day | Mo.
!
88
Yr.
28 , 11
88
Total Miles of line Cut
7.27 miles
Day | Mo. l Yr.
Niarne and Address of Author (of Geo-Technicai report)
M. Holtby, 103 - 1026 Queens Avenue, New Westminster. B.C.. V3M 6B2
Mining Claims Traversed (List in numerical sequence)
Credits Requested per Each Claim in Columns at right
Special Provisions
Days per
Claim
Geophysical
VLF-EM
For first survey:
- Electromagnetic
includes line cutting!
- Magnetometer
For each'additionalliurve'y:
Enter 20 days (for each)
- —- Radiometric
'-.^.
- Complete reverse side
' "
20
'
;--
Days per :
Claim
Geophysical
..^. _,..;
KRL
40
1 ..
-Other HLEM
Geochemical
Man Oayi i
20
Mining Claim
Prefix .
Number
"- Electromagnetic
- Magnetometer
.. ,- .Radiometric
^••:; * - i r.'.
r—----;
r
I ___ ....J u L
f + LL
—— -Other
r ——— ~~"\
Geological
^——"— ^m. .J
Expend.
Days Cr.
1023072
1023073
1023074
1023075
'1023078'
1-1023082-^
1-1023083
1-1023084
1023087
'1023091
11023124"
-...J
Geochemical
Airborne Credits
Note: Special provisions
to Airborne Surveys.
Days per
Claim
Electromagnetic
Magnetometer
*fr?r-
Radiometric
Expenditures (excludes power stripping)
Type of Work Performed
Performed on Claim(s)
Calculation of Expenditure Days Credits
Total Expenditures
Instructions
Total Days Credits may be apportioned at the claim holder's
choice. Enter number of days credits per claim selected
in columns at right.
Total number of mining
claims covered by this
report of work.
Certification Verifying ReplorVof Work
l hereby certify that l have a personal and intimate knowledge of the facts set forth in the Report of Work annexed hereto, having performed the work
or witnessed same during and/or after its completion and the annexed report is true.
Name and Postal Address of Person Certifying
Max Holtby, 400 - 1199 West Hastings Street
d by
Northern Affairs
and Mines
Ontario
8902^-
(Geophysical, Geological,.
Geochemical and Expenditures)
Mining Act
Typo of i\
— If number of mining claims traversed
exceeds space on this form, attach a list.
Note: — Only days credits calculated in the
"Expenditures" section may be entered
m the "Expend. Days Cr." columns.
— Do not use shaded areas below.
Township or Area
(s)
Dixie Lake G~" U&'
ie^ietometer, VLF-EM. Horizontal Loop EM
Prospector's Licence No.
Cla^rWolder(s)
National Trust Company
T-1164
Address
21 King Street, East, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 1B3
Survey Company
i,
p
.
p n
r . \J ,
Date of Survey from 61 to)
n
1 /1O1
U UAJHOJ.,
20 , 09 , E 8 j 28 , 11
Da v l MO. i sCr. j Day j Mo.
K. Bernier, S l- oux LOO^U^ Orit a r 10
Name and Address of Author (of Geo-Tecnnical repo rt)
j
88
Yr.
Total Miles of line Cut
13.93
Max Holtby, 103 - 1026 Queens Avenue, New Westminster, B.C. , V3M 6B2
Credits Requested per Each Claim in Columns at right
Special Provisions
VLF-EM
For first survey:
20
- Electromagnetic
includes line cutting)
40
- Magnetometer
•~
-
For each additional survey:
using the same grid:
Enter 20 days (for each)
.....,...... . ,...............
Mining Claims Traversed (List in numerical sequence)
Days per
Claim
Geophysical
~ "- Other "HLEM ~
- ~- -
20"" ""
•Geological — - - " Geochemical
Man Days ,
.
' . .... . ...,.:
Complete reverse side
and enter total(s) here
i
Days per
... Claim
Geophysical
- Electromagnetic
- Magnetometer
•Radiometric
r™—. ,. r
L..~ .—J
i..
— —Other
Geologlcal
"•~n
U—..., ... . _i
f—— -- ~
Geochemical
Airborne Credits
Note: Special provisions
to Airborne Surveys.
Days per
Claim
Electromagnetic
Magnetometer
Radiometric
Expenditures (excludes power stripping)
Type of Work Performed
Performed on Claim(s)
Calculation of Expenditure Days Credits
Total Expenditures
Total
Days Credits
Instructions
Total Days Credits may t
ie a pportioned at the claim holder's
choice. Enter number of days credits per claim selected
in columns at right.
Total n umber of mining
claims covered by this
report of work.
For Office Use Only
Totel Deyt Cr.
Recorded
l too
Date Approved as Recc/ded
Certification verifying Reporrof Work
l hereby certify that l have a personal and intimate knowledge of the facts tet forth in the Report of Work annexed hereto, having performed the work
or witnessed same during and/or after its completion and the annexed report is true.
Name and Postal Address of Person Certifying
Max Holtby. 400 - 1199 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, B.C., V6E 3T5
I
Date Certified
i—" S
. -
Ministry oi
Northern Development
and Mines
Technical Assessment
Work Credits
Ontario
File
Dat*
July 5, 1989
2.12311
Mining Recorder's Report of
Work No.
W8902-62
Recorded Holder
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY
Township or Area
DIXIE LAKE AREA.
Type of survey and number of
Assessment days credit per claim
Mining Claims Assessed
Geophysical
Dlhpr
riay?
Section 77 (19) See "Mining Claims Assessed" column
Gpnlrvjipal
riayi
Rpnrhpmiral
days
Man days Q)
Airborne 1 l
Special provision | )
Ground j j
1 l Credits have been reduced because of partial
coverage of claims.
j ] Credits have been reduced because of corrections
10 work dales and figures of applicant.
Special credits under section 77 06) for the following mining claims
No credits have been allowed for the following mining claims
pi^] not sufficiently covered by the survey
[ j insufficient technical data filed
XRL 1056886-887
No Geology data submitted on these claims.
The Mining Recorder may reduce the above credits il necessary in order that the total number of approved assessment days recorded on each claim does not
exceed the maximum allowed as follows: Geophysical-60; Geologocal - 40; Geochemical - 40; Section 77(19) -60.
828 (8W1!)
Ministry of
Northern Development
and Mines
Technical Assessment
Work Credits
Ontario
File
D*t*
July 5, 1989
2.12311
Mining Recorder's Report of
Work No.
W8902-61
Recorded Hold*''
Township or Area
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY
DIXIE LAKE AREA
Typo of survey and number of
Assessment days credit per claim
Mining Claims Assessed
Geophysical
Magnetnmntcr
riayi
Section 77 (19) See "Mining Claims Assessed" column
fiporhemir.a!
days
Man days P]
Airborne l !
Special provision [~]
Ground f~i
1 l Credits have been reduced because of partial
coverage of claims.
[ ) Credits have been reduced because of corrections
to work dates and figures of applicant.
Special credits under section 77 (16) for the following mining claims
No credits have been allowed for the following mining claims
W not sufficiently covered by the survey
fi iniufficient technical data filed
No credits approved under Section 77(19) as previously recorded
' and approved on June 30, 1989. Please refer to Report of Work
W8902-47.
The Mining Recorder may reduce ihe above credits if necessary in order that the total number of approved assessment days recorded on eech claim does not
exceed the maximum allowed as follows: Geophysical - 80; Geologocal - 40; Geochemical - 40; Section 77(19) - 60.
B28 (8S/IZ)
Ministry of
Northern Developmenl
and Mines
Technical Assessment
Work Credits
Ontario
File
Cun
2,12311
1ft Of!
July 21, 1989
Mlnlno FUcordtrt R* port of
Work No,
W8902-47
AMENDED
Recorded Holder
CONSOLIDATED SILVER STANDARD MINES LIMITED
Township Of Area
DIXIE LAKE AREA.
Type- of survey *nd number of
Assessment days credit per claim
Mining Claims Assessod
Geophysical
Electromagnetic.
.days
Magnetometer.
.days
Radiometric _
.days
Induced polarization .
-days
Other———————
-days
Section 77 (19) See "Mining Claims Assessed" column
Geological —————————————————————days
Geochemical.————-————^———.—days
Man days Q
Airborne (~1
Special provision f~]
Ground (~!
j | Credits have been reduced because of partial
coverage of claims.
l j Credits have been reduced because of corrections
lo work dates and figures of applicant.
Special credits under section 77 (16) for the following mining claims
No credits have been allowed for the following mining d a i mi
Q not (utticiently covered by the survey
insufficient technical data filed
No credits approved under Section 77(19),
the approval dated June 30, 1989.
Please disregard
The Mining Recorder may reduce the above credits if necessary in order that the loul nomber of approved assessment days recorded on each claim does not
exceed the maximum allowed as follows: Geophysical -80; Geologocal - 40; Geochemical - 40; Section 77(19) -60.
(26 (8S/I2J
®
Mirusuy oi
Northern Oovelopmenl
poHM.n^
Technical Assessment
Work Credits
F"o
^**t*
Ontario
May 19, 1989
2.12311
Mining Recorder'* Report of
Wotfb9TJ2-46
Recorded Holder
CONSOLIDATED SILVER STANDARD MINES LIMITED
Township of Area
DIXIE LAKE AREA.
Type of survey and number of
Assessment days credit per claim
Mining Claims Assessed
Geophysical
Miignofnnvttpr
rlayi
Section 77 (19) See "Mining Claims Assessed" column
Genr.hemical
rtayt
Man days | 1
Airborne f"!
Special provision (~)
Ground D
| ] Credits have been reduced because of partial
coverage of claims.
(~) Credits have been reduced because of corrections
10 work dates and figures ol applicant.
Special credits under section 77 06) for the following mining claims
Mo credits have been allowed for the following mining claims
^3 not sufficiently covered by the survey
Q insufficient technical data filed
KRL 1056895-896
No Geology data submitted on these claims.
The Mining Recorder may reduce the above credits if necessary in order that the total number of approved assessment days recorded on each claim does not
exceed the maximum allowed as follows: Geophysical-60; Geologocal - 40; Geochemical - 40; Section 77(19)-60.
826 (8S/12)
Ministry of
Northern Development
and Mines
Technical Assessment
Work Credits
flic
Oat*
Ontario
May 19, 1989
Recorded Holder
2.12311
Mining Rocorder't Report of
Work No.
W8902-45
"
""————————~——
National Trust Company
Township or Area
Dixie Lake Area
Type of turvey and number of
Assessment days credit per claim
Mining Claims Assessed
Geophysical
FlPCtroiriJign^tic .
Magnetometer .
r*-,
KRL
days
,.
HLEM
OO
days
1023080
1023098 to 104 incl.
1023106 to 111 Incl.
1023125-126
1056852-853
16
Section 77 (19) See "Mining Claims Assessed" column
Georhemieal
days
Man days f]
Airborne f~!
Special provision ()jj
Ground f
fi
[~1 Credits have been reduced because of partial
coverage of claims.
1 1 Credits have been reduced because of corrections
(o work dates and figures of applicant.
Special credits under section 77 (16) for the following mining claims
Mo credits have been allowed for the following mining cUimt
[~] not sufficiently covered by the survey
Q insufficient technical data filed
The Mining Recorder may reduce the above credits if necessary in order that the total number of approved assessment day* recorded on each claim does not
exceed the maximum allowed as follows: Geophysical -80; Geologocal - 40; Geochemical - 40; Section 77(19)-60.
C26 (85/12)
Assessment Work Breakdown
Man Days are based on eight (8) hour Technical or Line-cutting days. Technical days include work performed by
consultants, draftsmen, etc..
Type of Survey
Geology of trenches on claims KRL 1023099, 100, 103
Technical Days
Credits
Technical
Days
10
X
7'
s
70
Line-cutting
Days
r-
...
Total Credits
=
70
•f-
No. of
Claims
Days per
Claim
3
23
fype of Survey
Technical Days
Credits
Line-cutting
Days
Total Credits
Days per
Claim
Ministry of
Northern Development
and Mines
Technical Assessment
Work Credits
File
Dm
Ontario
2.12311
Mining Recorder's Report of
May 19, 1989
Recorded Holder
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY
Township or Aree
DIXIE LAKE AREA
Typo of survey and number of
Assessment days credit per claim
Mining Claims Assessed
Geophysical
1R
Othr-r
HLEM
KRL
13
1023072 to 075 incl.
1023078
1023082 to 084 incl.
1023087
1023091
1023124
days
Section 77 (19) See "Mining Claims Assessed" column
Man days Q
Airborne [~!
Special provision QiiJ
Ground p^f
| j Credits have been reduced because of partial
coverage of claims.
[ j Credits have been reduced because of corrections
to work dates and figures of applicant.
j
Special credits under section 77 (16) for the following mining claims
No credits have been allowed (or the following mining claims
[~] not sufficiently covered by the survey
(~| insufficient technical data filed
The Mining Recorder may reduce the above credits if necessary in order that the total number of approved assessment days recorded on each claim does not
exceed the maximum allowed as follows: Geophysical - 80; Geologocal - 40; Geochemical - 40; Section 77(191-60.
628 ras/12)
PAGE l OF 2
File.
Ministry of Natural Resources
GEOPHYSICAL - GEOLOGICAL - GEOCHEMICAL
TECHNICAL DATA STATEMENT
Ontario
TO BE ATTACHED AS AN APPENDIX TO TECHNICAL REPORT
FACTS SHOWN HERE NEED NOT BE REPEATED IN REPORT
TECHNICAL REPORT MUST CONTAIN INTERPRETATION, CONCLUSIONS ETC.
Type of Survey(s) Geology. Magnetic, VLF-EM. HLEM
Township or Area Dixie Lake Area____________
Claim Hnider(s)
National Trust Company,________
Consolidated Silver Standard Mines Limited
Survey Company Consolidated Silver Standard Mines Limited
Author of Report M. Holtby
^ G w Wfistmi Dst^
Address of Author 103-1026 Queens Avenue, i .C.. V3M 6B2 er
Covering Dates of Survey September 20. 1988/February 16. 1989
MINING CLAIMS TRAVERSED
List numerically
.1023072.........
KRL
'(prefix)
(number)
1023073
..102307.4.
(linecutting to office)
Total Miles of Line Cm
1023075
21.2 miles__________________
.1023078.
SPECIAL PROVISIONS
CREDITS REQUESTED
Geophysical
ENTER 40 days {includes
line cutting) for first
survey.
1023080
DAYS
per claim
VLF —Electromagnetic
20
—Magnetometer—
40
.IQ2.3Q82.
—Radiometric——————
HLEM-Other________20
ENTER 20 days for each
additional survey using
same grid.
.1023087.
Geological.
1023091
Geochemical.
AIRBORNE CREDITS (Special provision credits do not apply to airborne surveys)
.Electromagnetic
Magnetometer.
(enter days per claim)
^V 1111.1
U(iy0
fl.|
.1023098.
. Radiometric ————
1023099
^ICUIllJ
.1023100.
DATE^fakzi.lKt SIGNATURE:./^"?
'
Author of ReportjSr Agent
1023101
.1023102.
Res. Geo!..
Previous Surveys
File No.
Type
. Qualifications
Date
1023103
Claim Holder
1023104
.1023106.
.1023107.,
.1Q2.3.A.Q8,
1023109
TOTAL CLAIMS837 (5/79)
GEOPHYSICAL TECHNICAL DATA
GROUND SURVEYS
If more than one survey, specify data for each type of survey
Number of Stations_____1)200________________Number of Readings
Station interval ________25 m___________________Lme sparing
1200/Mag - 1400
100 m/200 m______
Profile scale__________l cm = I Qff___________________________________________
Contour interval
Magnetic - a contour at 400 gammas-———————..————.—————-——
Instrument
EDA
OMNI PLUS
VLF/Magnetometer
—^-—^—^.——....——.,.-—.^
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Diurnal correction method Bv linear interpolation of drift as each line is tied into____
Base Station check-in interval (hn..™) baseline tie-points values established at start of survey.
Base Station location and value _________________________________________.—————
C.)
Instrument
EDA
OMNI
PLUS
VLF/Magnetometer
Coil configuration
o
Coil separation —
Accuracy .
T.
Method:
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D
, in-phase and quadrature in 35
Parameters measured____L_______-——————————————
GW;
S3 Fixed transmitter
KHz - Cutler
d Shoot back
Q In line
(specify V.L.F. station)
Instrument
Scale constant .
H
Corrections made.
O
Base station value and location
Elevation accuracy.
Instrument —____.——————————————————————————————————————————
Method D Time Domain
D Frequency Domain
"————————~
Parameters - On time ___________________________ Frequency —————
— Off time ___________________________ Range.
N
— Delay time ———————————————————————————
— Integration time _____________________
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Electrode spacing
Type of electrode
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SELF POTENTIAL
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Survey Method ———-————————^^———————.-—————-——————————
Corrections made.
Instrument
Values measured.
Energy windows (levels)—^——————-—-——^^-^^———————.—————.^^^——..
Height of instrument.———.——————-—.—-^^————————^—Background Count.
Size of detector————.—-—-——————^--—.——.——....—-———...————....—^^——
Overburden ,^———————————————..-^^—^———-—^——.—.......—————.—.——.
(type, depth - include outcrop map)
S (SEISMIC, DRILL WELL LOGGING ETC.)
Type of survey_________________________
Instrument ^^—-———-——.^^—.^——..—^——..——
Accuracy.-—————————————^————^——^—Parameters measured.
Additional information (for understanding results).
AJRBORNESURVEYS
Type of survey(s) ————
Instrument(s) ——————
Accuracy——————————^——^^
(specify for each type of survey)
(specify for each type of survey)
Aircraft used^—^——-—-——-——^—-—————-—————————^——
Sensor altitude.
Navigation and flight path recovery method.
Aircraft altitude_________________________________Line Sparing
Miles flown over total area__________________________Over claims only.
GEOCHEMICAL SURVEY - PROCEDURE RECORD
Numbers of claims from which samples taken.
Total Number of Samples.
Type of Sample.
(Nature of Material)
ANALYTICAL METHODS
Values expressed in:
Average Sample Weight^—————
Method of Collection—————————
Cu,
Pb,
Zn,
Soil Horizon Sampled.
Others—
Horizon Development.
Field Analysis
Ni,
Sample Depth————
Extraction Method.
Terrain————————
Analytical Method-
Co,
per cent
p.p. m.
p. p. b.
D
Ag,
As,-(circle)
Mo,
n
.tests)
Reagents Used__
Drainage Development————————————
Estimated Range of Overburden Thickness.
Field Laboratory Analysis
No. .—————.—————
.tests..
Extraction MethodAnalytical Method Reagents Used——
SAMPLE PREPARATION
(Includes drying, screening, crushing, ashing)
Mesh size of fraction used for analysis ———.
Commercial Laboratory (Name of Laboratory_
Extraction Method__
Analytical Method ——
Reagents Used _____
General.
General.
-tests)
PAGE 2 of 2
File.
Ministry of Natural Resources
GEOPHYSICAL - GEOLOGICAL - GEOCHEMICAL
TECHNICAL DATA STATEMENT
Ontario
TO BE ATTACHED AS AN APPENDIX TO TECHNICAL REPORT
FACTS SHOWN HERE NEED NOT BE REPEATED IN REPORT
TECHNICAL REPORT MUST CONTAIN INTERPRETATION, CONCLUSIONS ETC.
Type of Survey(s).
Township or Area.
MINING CLAIMS TRAVERSED
List numerically
Claim Holder(s) —
.1023110.........
Survey Company -
(prefix)
Author of Report.
Address of Author.
(number)
1023111
.1023124.
Covering Dates of Survey-
(linecutting to office)
1023125
Total Miles of Line Cut —.
.1023126.
SPECIAL PROVISIONS
CREDITS REQUESTED
Geophysical
.1056852.
DAYS
per claim
1056853
—Electromagnetic.
ENTER 40 days (includes
line cutting) for first
survey.
—Magnetometer—.
—Radiometric__
—Other———-——
ENTER 20 days for each
additional survey using
same grid.
Geological.
Geochemical.
AIRBORNE CREDITS (Special provision credits do not apply to airborne lurvcyi)
Magnetometer.
.Electromagnetic,
(enter days per claim)
DATE:.
SIGNATURE:.
Res. Geol..
.Qualifications.
Previous Surveys
File No.
Type
Date
. Radiometric
Author of Report or Agent
Claim Holder
TOTAL CLAIMS.
837 (5/79)
29
GEOPHYSICAL TECHNICAL DATA
GROUND SURVEYS - If more than one survey, specify data for each type of survey
Number of Stations———————————————————————————Number of Readings —
Station interval ______________________________Line spacing -—^———
Profile scale—.—————.-——.———..^^——-.—-^——-—.-——^—......—..^^—^-^—.
Contour interval.
Instrument
- .
Accuracy — Scale constant ,
Diurnal correction method.
Base Station check-in interval (hours).
Base Station location and value
Instrument Apex Parametrics Ltd. MaxMin I
Coil configuration horizontal and coplaner
Coil separation ___^00
Accuracy______in-phase land quadrature Q.05% to Q.5%, tilt 1 1 g rade———-—————
^
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Wi
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Method:
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Q Fixed transmitter
7111 Hz. 1777 Hz. 444Hz
'
D Shoot back
W In line
CH Parallel line
(specify V.L.F. station)
Parameters measured
In-phase and quadrature of the secondary magnetic field, in # of
primary field.
Instrument ———————--———-——-—-————————————————-—-——-——————.——————^^—
Scale constant
H
Corrections made.
Base station value and location
Elevation accuracy.
Instrument .———————————————————————————————————————————————
X
O
*—i:
N
Method
D Time Domain
Parameters - On time __________________________ Frequency —————
Off time ___________________________ Range .
Hi
— Delay time
Q
— Integration time
Power.
L1!
Electrode array —.
Xj
Electrode spacing .
ai
CD Frequency Domain
Type of electrode
SELF POTENTIAL
Instrument———————————————————————————————————————— Range.
Survey Method .——-——-^———^—-—-^————.—.—.—-—.^———————.^—————
Corrections made.
RADIOMETRIC
Instrument ————
Values measured ,
Energy windows (levels)————^——-~^^^————————.—.-.^————————.^—-———
Height of instrument____________________________Background Count.
Size of detector——————^——^-.^^——-—^^—.———.^.—--——..^——.—^..—-—--—...—
Overburden .————-—---——————-.^——-—^--——-——.^————.^.————.^-—--—^^——
(type, depth — include outcrop map)
^OTHERS (SEISMIC, DRILL WELL LOCOING ETC.)
Type of survey————————————————————————
Instrument -———^^———————————-————^—
Accuracy^——————^—^————^^——————-————
Parameters measured.
Additional information (for understanding results).
AIRBORNE SURVEYS
Type of suwey(s) ————
Instrument(s) ——————
Accuracy^——————————————-
(specify for each type of survey)
(specify for each type of survey)
Aircraft used.————^^————^—^^———————.—————.^—^——
Sensor altitudeNavigation and flight path recovery method.
Aircraft altitude——.-—-^—---.-————-^-———-—.———-——^Line Spacing——
Miles flown over total area__________________________Over claims only.
GEOCHEMICAL SURVEY - PROCEDURE RECORD
Numbers of claims from which samples taken.
Total Number of SamplesType of Sample.
(Nature of Material)
ANALYTICAL METHODS
Values expressed in:
Average Sample Weight________
Method of Collection————————
Cu,
Pb,
Zn,
Soil Horizon Sampled.
Others—
Horizon Development.
Field Analysis (.
Ni,
Sample Depth.————
Extraction Method.
Terrain————————
Analytical Method-
Co,
per cent
p.p. m.
p. p. b.
D
D
d
Ag,
As,-(circle)
Mo,
-tests)
Reagents Used——
Drainage Development____________
Estimated Range of Overburden Thickness.
Field Laboratory Analysis
No. .—————————Extraction Method.
Analytical Method .
Reagents Used ——
SAMPLE PREPARATION
(Includes drying, screening, crushing, ashing)
Mesh size of fraction used for analysis —.——-
Commercial Laboratory
Name of Laboratory
Extraction Method
Analytical Method
Reagents Used ———
GcneraL
General.
-tests)
Ontario
Ministry of
Northern Development
and Mines
Ministere du
Developpement du Nord
et des Mines
June 27, 1989
Mining Lands Section
3rd Floor, 880 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 1Z8
Telephone:
(416) 965-4888
Your file: W8902-44,45,46
Our file: 2.12311
Mining Recorder
Ministry of Northern Development and Mines
P.O. Box 324
Red Lake, Ontario
POV 2MO
Dear Sir:
Re: Notice of Intent dated May 19, 1989 for Geophysical (Electromagnetic,
Magnetometer and HLEM) Survey submitted on Mining Claims KRL 1023072
et al in Dixie Lake Area.
The assessment work credits, as listed with the above-mentioned Notice of Intent,
have been approved as of the above date.
Please inform the recorded holder of these mining claims and so indicate on your
records.
Yours sincerely,
W. R. Cowan
Provincial Manager, Mining Lands
Mines b Minerals Division
RM:eb
Enclosure
cc: Mr. G. H. Ferguson
Mining and Lands Commissioner
Toronto, Ontario
National Trust Co.
Toronto, Ontario
M. Holtby
New West Minister, B.C.
Resident Geologist
Red Lake, Ontario
K Bernier
Sioux Lookout, Ontario
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Mutual Resources Limited
Suite 400, 1199 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6E 3T5
Phone (604) 689-3846 Fax # (604) 687-6100
July 21, 1989
Mines and Minerals Branch
Mining Lands Section
Ministry of Northern Development
3rd FI., 880 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5C 1Z8
Attention;
Mr. D. Kinvig
Dear Sir:
Re;
Report of Work W8902.062, File 7561
Pursuant to our telephone conversation on July 21, 1989, enclosed
is a copy of the revised Report of Work distributing the work to
the claims that cover the trenches.
Yours very truly,
MUTUAL RESOURCES LTD.
Max Holtby
Geologist
M5057lgd
Enclosure
Mutual Resources Limited
Suite 400, 1199 Best Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6E 3T5
Phone (604) 689-3846 Fax # (604) 687-6100
RECEIVED
July 4, 1989
j'JL l ^ t989
MINING LANDS SECTION
Mines and Minerals Branch
Mining Lands Section
Ministry of Northern Development
3rd Floor, 880 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 1Z8
Attention:
Mr. D. Kinvig
Dear Sirs:
Re:
Work W8902-61 and W8902-62; File 7561
Pursuant to our phone conversation of June 30, 1989, this will confirm that
you are in receipt of the reports evidencing the work as recorded on Mining
Claims KRL 1056799 et al and KRL 1056886-87 in the Dixie Lake area, has
been carried out, and the work credits will be recorded.
Yours very truly,
MUTUAL RESOURCES LTD.
R. A. Quartermain
President
R468Hgd
cc:
Mining Recorder, Red Lake
t"
Ontario
Ministry of
Northern Development
and Mines
Ministere du
Developpement du Nord
et des Mines
July 5, 1989
Mining Lands Section
3rd Floor, 880 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario
MBS 1Z8
Telephone: (416) 965-4888
Your File: W8902-61.62
Our File: 2.12311
Mining Recorder
Ministry of Northern Development and Mines
P.O. Box 324
Red Lake, Ontario
POV 2MO
Dear Sir:
Enclosed is one copy of a Notice of Intent with statements listing a reduced rate
of assessment work credits to be allowed for a technical survey. Please check
your records to ensure that we have sent a copy to the recorded holder at the correct
address. If it is not, please photocopy this letter and attached Notice of Intent,
and forward to the new recorded holder at the correct address. In approximately
thirty days from the above date, a final letter of approval of these credits will
be sent to you. On receipt of the approval letter, you may then change the work
entries on the claim record sheets.
For further information, if required, please contact Robert Musgrove at
(416) 965-4888.
Yours sincerely,
W.R. Cowan
Provincial Manager, Mining Lands
Mines and Minerals Division
RM : eb
Enclosure
cc: Mr. G.H. Ferguson
Mining i Lands Commissioner
Toronto, Ontario
National Trust Company
21 King Street E.
Toronto, Ontario
M5C 1B3
M. Holtby
Vancouver, B.C.
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Ontario
Ministry of
Northern Development
and Mines
.,. . ,
.
Mmistere du
Developpement du Nord
et des Mines
July 5, 1989
Notice of Intent
for Technical Reports
.
2.12311/W8902-61.62
examination of your technical survey report indicates that the
requirements of the Mining Act have not been fully met to warrant
maximum work credits as calculated on the submitted work report(s).
This notice is a warning that you will not be allowed the number of
assessment work days credits that you expected and also that in
approximately 30 days from the above date, the Mining Recorder will be
advised of the change in credits and will amend the entries on the
record sheets to agree with the enclosed statement.
The effect of the proposed reduction on the mining claims should be
considered immediately. If the anniversary date in respect of which
the assessment work was recorded has not passed and the proposed
reduction will create a forfeiture of the mining claims on the
anniversary date, you may, before the anniversary date, record
additional
unrecorded work or apply to
the Mining and Lands
Commissioner within the usual thirty day period for an extension of
time to perform additional assessment work.
If the anniversary date
has passed, you may wish to apply to the the Commissioner for relief
from
foreiture and an extension of time to record' unrecorded
assessment work that you have performed or to perform assessment work.
This must be done within six months of the date of forfeiture.
If you intend to apply to the Commissioner for relief from forfeiture
and an extension of time, arrangements should be made with the Mining
Recorder
to
have
representative abstracts
submitted to
the
Commissioner.
If the reduced rate of credits does not jeopardize the status of the
claims then you need not seek relief from the Commissioner and this
Notice of Intent may be disregarded.
If your survey was submitted and assessed under the "Special Provision
Performance and Coverage" method and you are of the opinion that a
re-appraisal under the "Man-days" method would result in the approval
of a greater number of days credit per claim, you may, within the said
thirty day,period, submit an assessment work breakdown listing the
employees' names, addresses, dates and hours they worked. The new
work breakdown should be submitted directly to the Mining Lands
Section, Mineral Development and Lands Branch, Toronto.
The report
will be re-assessed and a new statement of credits based on actual
days worked will be issued.
ntario
Ministry of
Northern Development
and Mines
Ministere du
Developpement du Nord
et des Mines
August 21, 1989
Mining Recorder
Ministry of Northern Development and Mines
P.O. Box 324
RED LAKE, Ontario
POV 2MO
Dear Sir:
RE:
Mining Lands Section
Ard F loor, 880 Bay St.
^Toronto, Ontario
M5S 1Z8
Telephone: (416) 965-4888
Your file: W8902-047
Our file: 2.12311
ONTARIO O5CLOOICAL SURVEY
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ASSES'-'Vcfv'T F ILES
OFFICE
APR Z 7 1990
RECEIVED
Data for Expenditures submitted under Section 77{19) of the Mining Act R.S.O.
1980 on Mining Claims: KRL 1056811 et al in Dixie Lake Area
No work credits for Expenditure have been approved as of the above date.
Please inform the recorded holder of these mining claims and so indicate on your
records.
Yours sincerely,
W.R. Cowan
Provincial Manager, Mining Lands
Mines A Minerals Division
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Resident Geologist
Red Lake, Ontario
M. Holtby
Vancouver, B.C.
Consolidated Silver Standard Mines
Vancouver, B.C.
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black
up to l0 0Xo sulphides, py * po
vein 1 0 cm w ide
l 0/* py.po.tr cp
Ir. cp w ith po
graphitic
934
feldspar porphyry dike
block, very siliceous zones
qtz vein 12-28cm
tr. po, py
at contact 2 *Vopo,py
tr cp
strongly weathered, 1- 2*Vo po^ py, spotty 2 0Xopy
banQed,grey
strongly foliated
black banded, D-25% py fracture filling
dork g reen, massive, ! 0Xo sulphides po*py
black,0.25 DXo p y fracture filling
feldspar porphyry
dyke
928
ql: vein 4-6cm
Ir. tourmoline
ir- p y
85
935 - 2-4cm qti-clct v ein
Ir po
qtz vein
2-4 cm
l cm qtz vein
qtz vein
f OUit
-927
qtz vem
3-4 cm
po-cp-py±qtz f racture filling
LEGEND
.932
Chip sample
Grab sample
Foliation
VLCC
Volcanic
Channel sample line number
MUTUAL
RESOURCES
DIXIE
LAKE
LIMITED
PROPERTY
NORTH SHOWING ft SOUTH TRENCH
GEOLOGY
2.12311
10
METRES
DATA!
52K13SE8*28 2 .ia311 DIXIE L AKE
240
DRAWN:
M.H.
DATE: JAN. 1989
NTS'.
52K/13E
SCALE: 1:100
Fig .88 - 2
023080
Tie Line 4 E
330 0
L 26 N
LEGEND
l
Claim post located
D
Claim post - assumed location
(KRL) 1023124 claim number
2.12311
MUTUAL
DIXIE
RESOURCES LIMITED
LAKE
PROJECT
NORTH
INTERPRETATION
MAGNETNETIC a EM ANOMALY
MAGNETNETIC
L 18 N
L 16 N
ANOMALY
INTERPRETED FOLD WITH AXIS
O
Ul
2S0
50
100
Ul LJ-
COMPILED: M.H.
S2KI3SE0028 2.12311 DIXIE LAKE
GRID
: 52 K l 1 3 E
150
200
250
METRES
DATE :
SCALE: 1:2500
Fig. 88-10
L 9 N
52K13SE80S8 2.12311 DIXIE LAKE
1023124
L 8 N
360
L 7 N
NORTH
SHOWING
1023078
L 6 N
L5 N
t 1023126
L 4 N
1023080
L 3 N
L 2 N
1023099
L 1 N
L O
1023098
SHOWING
TRENCH
L 1 S
L 2 S
L 3 S
L 4 S
SOUTH
TRENCH
1023106
ANOMALY
ANOMALY
INTERPRETED FOLD WITH AXIS
EM
MAGNETIC
1056853
Base Line (315 0 )
MAGNETIC 8 EM ANOMALY
1056852
M-HNT.S l 52 K l 1 3 E
COMPLIED'-
O
SOUTH
GRID
50
METRES
DATE:
SCALE: r. 2500
100
150
200
Fig. 88-9
250
RESOURCES LIMITED
LAKE
PROJECT
Oil
2.1233
Claim post assumed
INTERPRETATION
MUTUAL
DIXIE
Claim number
Claim post located
KRL 1023110
LEGEND
52K13SEM28 2 .12311 DIXIE LAKE
270
^CM
*N
*M
'0*3
O
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—
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ri 2 3i
1023111"*!
1..JD231 0,8,'.
150
200
250
^ -///^
300 Metres
^i
PHASE
d;P M
PH ASE
400
FEET
DEPTH
STRHWfiTH
APPARENT DIP
PROJ ECT
2.12311
444 Hz
SURVEY
N TS 5 2 1 K M 3
LAKE
MAX WIN l
DIXIE
Fig.88-6
LIMITED
CONDUCTOR
-20
-40
i _____—i
OF*
ESTIMATED
OBSERVED
RESOURCES
SEPARATION
OF
MUTUAL
COIL
OUT
IN
B
i
OUT
POST
22w
/4mUw
PH AS E
-1-40
h 2 O
\
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i
IN
dCORNER
CORNER" POST
LEGEND
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PROJECT
SURVEY
2.12
1777Hz
MIN l
NTS 5 2 1 K /1 3
MAX
DIXIE
RESOURCES
4 00
LIMITED
CONDUCTOR
PHASE
OF
ESTIMATED
OBSERVED
PHA S E — -*- - — —— -*- —
SEPARATION
OF
OUT
PHASE —— X
* 2 O
N
MUTUAL
COIL
OUT
t 40
PHASE
POST
GCORNER
IN
POST
CORNER
52K13SEa028 2.12311 D IXIE LAKE
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D C OR NE R
UT
PHASE
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OF
-20
ESTIMATED
O BSERVED
SURVEY
2. 12
7111 HZ
WIN l
CONDUCTOR
POST
CORNER
LEGEND
V--
r ft.
120
PHASE
t 40
PHASE
-40
--x——x---x---x---x
-20
QUADRATURE
LAKE
NTS 52/K/13
52K13SE0028 2.12311 DIXIE LAKE
300
CUTLER 24 KHz
FIG. 88-3
LIMITED
PROJECT
RESOURCES
VLF-EM SURVEY
DIXIE
MUTUAL
READINGS TAKEN FACING NORTH
QUADRATURE ——-———-———*———-———-
IN
IN
INFERRED
FAULT
POST ESTIMATED
CONDUCTOR
CORNER
CORNER POST OBSERVED
LEGEND
-7
O
02 3
O 7 4
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'
1
\ x
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O
\
52K13SE0aS8 2.12311
DIXIE LAKE
10231
J73
1023099
1023104
.23103
1 023106
SCALE
1.2500
LO 2311
1056852
1056853
POST
UCORNER
EDA
omn i P l us ti e li ne
MAGNETOMETER
Fig.88-7
mag
SURVEY
PROJECT
NTS 5 2^ K/1 3
LAKE
RESOURCES
DIXIE
MUTUAL
Magnetic Trend Axis
LIMITED
ESTIMATED
OBSERVED
60,000 G AN.MAS SUBTRACTED
FROM DATA
POST
CORNER
LEGEND
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