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					DIAMOND DRILLING                   41PMSWMI69 13 BURROWS
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TOWNSHIP!        Burrows                    REPORT No,:           13


WORK PERFORMED BY:          Newmont Exploration Ltd.




CLAIM No,              HOLE No.      FOOTAGE               DATE        NOTE
L   547217             B-82-1         182.88m                           d)
L   547221             B-82-2         209.40m                           d)
L   550164             B-82-3
                       B-82-4
                                      105.77m                           d)
L   550164
                       B-82-5
                                       90.50m                           d)
L   622314
                       B-82-6
                                      137.16m                           d)
L   547217                            188.67m                           d)




NOTES!       #395-82
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     DIA1TO DRILLING PROGRAM
    FOR ASSESSMENT WORK CREDIT
   ON THE SIROLA-KARVINEN OPTION
    AND NEWMONT CLAIM GROUPS IN
    BURROWS AND KEMP TOWNSHIPS,
              ONTARIO


                By

        R. P. Bowen, P.Eng.
         Project Geologist
Newmont Exploration of Canada Ltd.

               1982




           PROJECT 285

     A JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN

NEWMONT EXPLORATION OF CANADA LTD.

               AND

DU PONT OF CANADA EXPLORATION LTD.
                                                 QUALIFICATIONS OF THE WRITER




EDUCATION:                                                         PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

    S.S. Geological Engineering, Michigan-Technological               Society of Mining Engineers of the .American Institute of
       University, 1970.                                                 Mining, Metallurgical- and - Petroleum -Engineers .
    B.S. Engineering Administration, Michigan Technological           Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.
       University, 1971.                                              Prospectors and Developers Association.
    Diploma Geological Science, McGill University, 1972.              American Society of Photogrammetry.
    M.Se. (Applied) Minerals Exploration, McGill University,          Society of Economic Geologists.
       1973.                                                          Association of Professional Engineers of the Province of
                                                                         Ontario.

EXPERIENCE:

   Summers 1969 - 1973: Ontario Geological Survey.
   January 1974 - December 1975: Exploration Engineer,
      Tenneco Mining Inc., Lathrop Wells, Nevada.
   March 1976 - August 1978: Geological Engineer, Rosario
      Resources Corp., Toronto, Ontario and Tucson, Arizona.                                               R.P. Bowen,P. Eng
   August 1978 - April 1980: Law School and private con
      sulting including teaching at Wayne State University,
      Detroit, Michigan.
   April 1980 - April 1981: Geologist, Ontario Geological
      Survey, Toronto, Ontario.
   May 1981 to present: Project Geologist, Newmont Explo
      ration of Canada Ltd., Timmins, Ontario.
ABSTRACT


     This report describes the diamond drill program conducted by    finished.

Newmont Exploration of Canada Ltd. in Burrows Township between            One hundred twenty nine (129) core specimens were se

16 June 1982 and l July 1982. - The area is located in NTS area      lected at 7.6 meter (25 foot) intervals or where more inter

4IP/14 or roughly 47O 47'N latitude and 81O 25'W longitude or        esting rock was encountered.   Only one hundered twenty (120)

UTM grid 5292000 m North and 471000 m East.                          days additional credit may be given for these samples.

     Drilling was done by Norex Drilling Ltd., P.O. Box 88,               While results of the diamond drilling program were dis

Porcupine, Ontario.     PON ICO.   F. Plante and D. Desjardins       appointing, several other targets have been delineated and

were the drillers and D. Bordeleau and Y. La Salle were              another diamond drill program is planned for 1983.

helpers.

     A total of 914.41 (3000 ft.) meters of diamond drilling

was done through 871.73 (2860 ft.) meters of rock.      Core

recovery averaged 98 ifc.   All sludges were collected in 3 meter

samples and assayed for gold.      A total of 318.81 meters of

core was split and assayed for gold, copper, zinc and arsenic.

     Dip test were corrected using the Canadian Diamond Drilling

Association capillarity correction chart, Cumming and Wicklund

(1956).

     A Boyles BBS-25A drill rig was used to drill BQ size core

the full length of all drill holes.     BW casing was used through

the overburden and was left in place when the drilling was
                                                                       The claims will be illustrated on three overlapping map
INTRODUCTION
                                                                  sheets at a scale of 1:5000 metric.   The grids over which the
HISTORY
                                                                  survey was conducted were cut by personnel of Henry T. Gonzalez

     The purpose of this report is to describe in detail the      Exploration Services Ltd. at 100 meter spacings with pickets

assessment work performed on the Burrows Township property,       at 25 meter   intervals.

Project 285.

     Previous information submitted for assessment work credit

29 January 1982 on the original Sirola-Karvinen option is

included for the sake of continuity.     The original Sirola-

Karvinen claim groups were designated the East Claim Group

covering eight claims, numbered L. 550160, 550162 through

550168 inclusive.     Work on Newmont claim L. 628518 was

submitted with that report to round out the group.     The West

Claim Group covered sixteen claims, numbered L. 547207

through L. 547222 inclusive.

     In order to tie the two claim groups together in one

contiguous block and to cover the favorable aeromagnetic

horizon Newroont staked a further one hundred eighteen (118)

claims between 27 July 1981 and 20 July    1982 in Burrows and

Kemp Townships.     These latter claims will be the primary

subject of this report.
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                                                                                                                            NEWMONT EXPLORATION OF CANADA LTD.
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                                                                                                                                NEWMONT - DU PONT JOINT VENTURE
                                                                                                                                SIROLA - KARVINEN PROPERTY: PROJECT         285
                                                                                                                                BURROWS -KEMP TOWNSHIPS. ON
                                                                                                                                NTS: 41 P 1 14
                                                                                                                                JANUARY          1982
                                                                                                                                JULY 1982




                                                                                                       Shining Tree
                                                                                                        41 km
                                                                                                                            LOCATION                MAP
                                                                                                                                        LEGEND

                                                                                                                                        Claims on which drilling was done
                                                                                                                                        in 1982.




                                                                                                                          Hole No.       Claim fto.
                                                                                                                          B-82-1          L. 5 47217
                                                                                                                          B-82-2          L. 547221
                                                                                                                          B-82-3          L. 55O164
                                                                                                                          B-8 2-4         L. 55O164
                                                                                                                          B-82-5          L. 622314
                                                                                                                          B-82-6          L. 547217

                                                                                                                                        Claims over which work is spread
                                                                                                                      l             l




                   Scale     1 : 50.000



)wnthlp claim location map     showing claims held   by   Newmont   Exploration   of   Canada   ltd.




                                                                                                                                                                                  R. P. B.
                                                                                                            NURSEY TP
                                                                                                            BURROwTVp




                                                                                                                                                                          Shining Tree
                                                                                                                                                                           41 km




                                        BURROWS
                                        TOWNSHIP



        Sal*, l indi to 50 wiles


      map showing            location
of   Burrows     TownshlF*.

       Figure      l




                                                                                     Scale     l : 50.000



                                                   Burrow,       Township claim location map    showing claims   hold   by   N.wmont   Exploration   of   Canada   ltd.

                                                   Figure    2
RECORDED HOLDER


     The claims are held by Newmont Exploration of Canada Ltd.,

license number A-37767, of .33 Yonge St., Suite 370, Toronto,

Ontario.   M5E 1T2




SUBMITTING PARTY


     Newmont Exploration of Canada Ltd. is the submitting party.

All surveys and work, was done by Newnont personnel or by
                                         9

contractors directly supervised by Newroont personnel.   The

submitting author was Project Geologist and directly respon

sible for the work done.
                                                                              - 5 -



CLAI.YS DRILLED AND DATES OF DRILLING


        The following four (4) claims had diamond drill holes drilled on                      Work is to be soread over the followina claims in the

them:                                                                                 tollow^ncr manner:

                                                                                      Claim                Days                   Claim             Days
Claim No.      Hole No.    From No. l Post    Azimuth      Angle    Length
                           South     West                                             T  .547207           T nn
                                                                                      L .547208            "" 00                  t-
                                                                                                                                  *-J     .550165   100
               B-82-1                                      -45 0                                           "" 00
L. 547217                   95m      355m         O0                182.88m           -J .547209
                                                                                      T
                                                                                                                                   -i-J   .550166   100
                                                                                      T
                                                                                         .547210           "" 00                   r  .550167       100
               3-82-2                                      -45 0                                           n 00
L. 547221                  465m       20m       330 0               209.40m              .547211                                  L .550168         100
                                                                                      Tj .547212           100                    T
                                                                                                                                      .528518       100
               B-82-3                                      -450                                            l no
L. 550164                  175m      165m        3 l0               105.77m           L .547213                                   T
                                                                                                                                      .622314        40
                                                                                      L .547214            1 00                   j-j .622307        60
               B-82-4                                      -45 0                                           i no
L. 550164                   85m      125m        310                 90.5m               .547215                                  T
                                                                                                                                      .628519        60
                                                                                      T .547216            100                                       60
                                                                                                                                  L .622306
               B-82-5                                      -45 0
L. 622314                  200m      250m        32. 50             137.16m           -J .547217           100                    r .622242          40
                                                                                       * .547218           100                    L .622243          40
               B-82-6                                      -450
L. 547217                  135m      285m         O0                188.67m              .547219           100                    L .622244          40
                                                                                      L .547220            100                    L .622245          40
        The contract speci fied 3,000 feet of drilling    mhe vini ng act             L .547221            100                    L .622246          40
                                                                                      L .547222            100                    L .622250          40
still uses feet drilled for days assessment credit and 914.38 meters                  L .550160            100                    L .618948          40
                                                                                      L .550162            100                    T
                                                                                                                                     .618950         40
translates into 3,000 f eet or 3,0 00 days.   Core specimens at one day               T
                                                                                         .550163           100                    L .622284          40
                                                                                      T
                                                                                         .550164           100                    T, .622287         40
per sample, not exceeding one sample for each 25 f eet, would be

120 samples at 1 day per sample or 120 additional days for a total
                                                                                                                     TOTAL DAYS                     3,120
of 3,120 day credit.
PHYSIOGRAPHY                                                             Several eskers traversed the property in a north-south

                                                                    direction notably along the east shore of Mouse Lake and down
       The area is low to moderate in relief, generally less than
                                                                    the main road east of Ottereyes, Zurloff and Kuitosse Lakes.
30m.    The sharpest relief is where eskers and sand dunes are
                                                                         Drainage is to the north from Mouse Lake to Burrows Creek
encountered with 6Om being the largest local variation.
                                                                    and west to Mattagami Lake for the western one half of the area.
       The low areas are filled with proglacial lacustrine clay
                                                                    Drainage for the eastern one half of the area is from Little
and silt covered with organically derived muskeg.
                                                                    Marne Lake to Marne Lake to Upper Grassy Lake thence north to
       The areas of more moderate relief are covered with glacial
                                                                    Sinclair Lake and to the Mattagami River.   The Mattagami River
till and outwash sand.    Before the area had become stabilized
                                                                    eventually joins the Moose River which flows into the south end
by vegetation prevailing winds had created burchan dunes with
                                                                    of James Bay.
cusps toward the wind direction.    These dunes are confined to

the eastern portion of the project area.

       Glacial till was encountered just above the bedrock

surface.    This till sheet most probably covers the entire area,

however, where overburden is in excess of 5 meters, the presence

or absence of glacial till could not be ascertained with

certainty because of the limit of reach of the backhoe was 5

meters.
NATURAL RESOURCES


     The project area is forest covered.     Jackpine with some red

and white pine grow on the sandy portions.    Poplar, birch,

spruce and lesser amounts of pine and alders cover the till and

outwash areas.   Swamp and muskeg covered areas support alders,

spruce, balsam, tamarack and cedar.   Blueberries, Labrador tea

and numerous grasses, ferns and wildflowers are common throughout

the project area.   :: '

     Timber operations have been active in the part and the

area has been burned over some twenty years ago.    Much of the

sand covered area has been the subject of a reforestation effort

by the Ministry of Natural Resources and harvesting could begin

in the next ten to fifteen years.
WILDLIFE


     Moose, bear/ wolf, fox and lynx were sighted on occassion

as,were beaver, weasel, ground hog, muskrat, racoon and skunk.

Bald eagles, ospreys, red tail hawks, owls, raven, crows,

whiskey jacks, robins, sparrows, swallows, flickers, black birds,

mallard ducks, pin tail ducks, teal, Canadian geese, and spruce

and ruffed grouse were observed.   The area is prime grouse,

moose and bear hunting country with many hunters converging

there during the spring and fall hunting seasons.   Several

trappers   are active in the area during the trapping season.

     The lakes contain northern pike and pickerel and the streams

are often inhabited by trout providing fishermen with plenty

of easily accessible fishing sites.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS


     The writer is solely responsible for the form and content      out the sampling program assisted by a timber skidder mounted

of this report.   The author made all geological traverses and      backhoe provided by M. Michaud and Sons Ltd. of Monteith, Ontario.

outcrop examinations and performed all sampling.   Some trenching        Heavy media separation of till samples was performed by

was done by air hammer drilling and Blasting and in this the        Overburden Drilling Management Ltd. of 3 Cleopatra Dr., Nepean,

author was assisted by Peter Wallgren.                              Ontario K2G 3M9.

     Total rock analysis and Jensen, AFM, ACF and A'FK diagram           Ground -magnetometer, VLF electromagnetic, horizontal loop.

calculations were performed by X-Ray Assay Laboratories Ltd. of     Max Min electromagnetic, induced polarization and resistivity

.1885 Leslie St., Don Mills, Ontario MSB 3J4 and assays were done   surveys were carried out By- Newmont personnel and Rayan

by Bell-White Analytical Laboratories Ltd. of 374 Browning St.,     Exploration Ltd. of 125 Golf Club Rd., North Bay, Ontario P1B 8x7.
P.O. Box 187, Haileybury, Ontario POJ 1KO.   Thin sections were     Geophysical consulting was rendered by Heikki Limon, Chief
made by Arnprior Industrial Lapidary Services of 114 John           Geophysicist of Newmont Exploration of Canada Ltd. and
St. North, Arnprior, Ontario K7s 2N6.                               R.S. Middleton, Manager Timmins office, Newmont Exploration of
     Photomicrographs were made by the author using a Vickers       Canada Ltd.   Newmont field personnel were,Eigls Stiebrins,
M72C polarizing microscope and a Minolta SR-102 camera.             Henry Zurloff, Phil Dunn, Pete Wallgren, Andy Mcparland, Dana

     Overburden sampling was carried out by W.O. Karvinen and       Gilman and Mike McKay.   Rayan Exploration Ltd. personnel were

Associates Ltd. of Wahnapitae, Ontario POM SCO with special         R.J. Meikle, B.Pk Belanger, Don Fudge, T.G. Howards,
guidance rendered by Dr:c Heikki Hirvas of the Geological Survey    R.M. Mathier, J. Wechworth, D. Crowley, J. Starsyk and

of Finland.   Dr. W. P. Karvinen provided the initial till          D. Wharram

sampling plan and consulting geologist Rauno Aaltonen of London,

Ontario and Bruce Raine and Dan Vaillancourt of Timmins carried
                                     10




     Diamond drilling was carried out by Norex Drilling Ltd.

P.O. Box 88, Porcupine, Ontario PON ICO.   F. Plants and

D. Desjardins were the drillers and D. Bordeleau and Y. Lasalle

were helpers.

     Line cutting was performed by Henry T. Gonzalez Exploration

Services Ltd. P.O. Box 695, Timmins, Ontario P4N 3X8.

     Expediting was done by W.J. Blahey's Red and White Store

of Timmins and C.D. Payette General Store and Esso Dealership

of Gogama, Ontario.

     Typing was done by Sylvia David o f Newmont and prints

were made by A-Line Beproductions.
                                                                       11

PREVIOUS WORK


            Early government sponsored'work was conducted by                   The following paragraphs summarize work performed on

' T.L. Gledhill (1926) during a reconnaissance of the Grassy          or near the claims for which this report is submitted for

River.    At various times parts of the surrounding area "have been   assessment work.   Figure 3 is a Data Location Map showing the

mapped or otherwise investigated by government geologists,            locations of the claim blocks over which assessment work has

however, Burrows and Kemp Townships have not been the subjects        previously been filed.   Table l shows the company name, type

of any in-depth study.    Beginning in 1973 and again in 1976 a       of work and the year that work was performed.   This work is

summary of assessment work for Burrows Township was made and          on file at the office of the Resident Geologist, Kirkland

published by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources,       Data    Lake, Ontario and at the Assessment File Records Office, 77

Series Map P.1218, Lovell et al (1977) .   Burrows and Kemp           Grenville St., Toronto, Ontario.

Townships were covered in the regional compilation published

as the Timmins-Kirkland Lake Sheet, Map 2205 by Pyke et al

(1973).
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BURROWS TOWNSHIP          Kodified after Lovell et al (19??)


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i.    Amax Potash Ltd.                           72           72                                    71        72                                                                              72
      (Burrows et al.)

2.    Canex Aerial Exploration, Ltd.                                                                71
                                                                                                                                                                                                          52*
3.    Dominion Gulf Co.                                       51

4.    Dowa Mining Co. Ltd.                                    74                                    74        74

5.    Hollinger Mines Ltd.                                    75 .
                                                                                                    61,62                                                                                                 60**
6.    McKay, D.                                  60           62
                                                                                                     57                                                                                                   57**
7.    Paymaster Consolidated Mines, Ltd.         57,57        57                       57
      (Burrows and Kemp Tp.)

                                                                                                     62                                        -62
8.    Prospectors Airways Co. Ltd.                            -

9.    Slrola-Karvinen                             81                                                                                                                                                      81;?


      Sirola-Xarvinen (Newmont I)                 81          -                                      81                                                        81 .                           81
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 *    Correspondence and/or reports
**    Dip needle survey
 4    Stripping Se trenching


 NOTE: The numbers on the above list stand for the year when the work was done, e.g., 66 for 1966. On the accompanying DATA
 LOCATION MAP, only areas for which work was submitted to the Division are outlined, and thus a company may hold more ground
 than Indicated here. The numbers on the DATA LOCATION MAP and any circled numbers refer to the company list above.




                                                                                                                                             Modified after Lovell et al (197?)

                                      Table 1.
                                                                    14
AMAX POTASH, INC.


     In 1971 Amax Potash staked 4 claims west of Little Marne      north.     The rocks are cut by felsic and lamprophyre dikes.

Lake over ground covered By the northwest portion o f the East     Drill core assays indicated:        Cu ranged from 62 to 256 ppm,

Group.                                                             Zn ranged from 109 to 1,260 ppm and Ag ranged from 0.7 to 2.6

     Ground -magnetometer and vertical loop electromagnetic        ppm.     All assay values were in graphitic argillite.

surveys were conducted in 1971 and 19.72.   In 1972 geologic

mapping and soil geochemistry programs were conducted.    Mafic

and felsic to intermediate metavolcanics were encountered cut

by diabase and syenite dikes.   Good correlation between copper,

lead and zinc was achieved with the soil geochemistry survey.

The top soils indicated better correlation than the subsoil,

possibly because higher values were obtained in the topsoil

portion than in the subsoil portion.

     Several small gossan zones that outcrop in the area may be

the cause of the above background values.

     One diamond drill hole was drilled to a depth of 375 feet

to test the VEM conductor thought to be associated with the

geochem anomaly across the northern portion of the claim group.

This hole intersected a dacite fragmental to tuffaceous unit

with a graphitic zone grading into graphitic argillite then

to argillite.   This would indicate tops are oriented to the
                                    15




CANEX AERIAL EXPLORATION .LIMITED


     In 19.71 B.D. Sirola staged roughly the same ground as the

McKay property.   Canex Aerial Exploration Ltd. optioned the

property and conducted a ground -magnetometer survey over it.

The objective of this srjrvey was to delineate any ultramafic

metavolcanics or intrusives that -may have been associated with

the iron formation and examine those rocks for gold.   No ultra

mafic rocks were found or at least not recognized in outcrop

and their interpretation of -magnetic data lead Canex to feel

that any possible ultramafic Bodies were too narrow to be of

economic interest.
                                        16
DOMINION GULF COMPANY


     In 1951 Dominion Gulf Company optioned 9 claims from

O.K. .Winters and attempted by diamond drilling to find the source

of the rusty iron formation float found near the northern

boundary of claim L.517209 and the southern boundary of claim

L.547212 of the West Group.   One grab sample they took is

reported to have assayed 2.85 oz. Au/ton.     Four holes were

drilled by Heath s Sherwood numbered l through 4 to depths of

645, 506, 205 and 172 feet respectively.     Hole locations are

plotted on the accompanying geology map.

     Rock types encountered were:

     Amphibolitized mafic jnetavolcanics with or without garnets.

     Siliceous gneiss or felsic metavolcanic-welded tuff.

     Talc-chlorite-carbonate schist, possibly a carbonitized

ultramafic zone.

     Banded iron formation mainly oxide facies but sulfides

were noted as was chlorite.

     Syenite, feldspar porphyry, lamprophyre, and diabase dikes.

     No assays were reported in the logs filed for assessment

credit.
                                    17
DOWA MINING COMPANY LIMITED


     In 1974 D.F, Des Rosiers staked 16 claims south of Mouse

Lake S west of Hook Lake under Dowa Mining Company Ltd.      Watts

Griffis and McOuat Ltd.'conducted ground'magnetometer and

vertical loop electromagnetic surveys over 6 of the claims.

Several east trending conductors were delineated and two holes

were drilled by Morissette Diamond Drilling Ltd. to a depth

of 92 and 207 feet respectively.    The exploration target was

massive sulfides.   Drilling intersected dacitic tuffaceous

rock, schistose with disseminated pyrite from roughly 20 feet

to 40 feet followed by a unit of banded gneissic rhyolite with

disseminated pyrrhotite and pyrite, minor andesite and some

chloritic and carbonate alteration.      The author interprets

this unit to be an exhalative unit about 15 feet thick over

lying an iron formation approximately 15 feet thick.      This iron

formation may best be described as magnetitic chert interlayered

with magnetite ironstone with l to 10'k pyrite, pyrrhotite and

chalcopyrite.   Beneath this unit is a dark green amphibolite,

most probably a mafic metavolcanic unit.     Hole one terminated

in this unit while hole 1A passes through this unit and termi

nates in a medium grained gabbro.
                                          18


HOLLINGER MINES LIMITED


     In 1975 Hollinger Mines Ltd. compiled previous data on the

area just east of Mouse Lake, now the West Group and drilled

four diamond drill holes on what are now claims L.547209,

L.547211, L.547212 and L.547217.    Three of the diamond drill

holes, BUl-2-75, BUl-3-75 and BUl-4-75, were drilled to test

the extent of the several iron formation outcroppings some l 000

feet east of Mouse Lake and 600 to 700 feet north of the stream

that empties Hook Lake into Mouse Lake.    One diamond drill hole

BUl-1-75 was drilled to test the conductor north of the iron

formation outcroppings.   This conductor does not outcrop.      The

conductor proved to be a silica-rich, graphitic iron formation.

Assay values for gold were nil.    Two graphitic tuff zones with

pyrite roughly 10 feet thick were not ass'ayed.    One of two

carbonitized anderite zones was assayed with results nil in gold.

     Other iron formation intersections in the latter three

drill holes did not carry anomalous gold values.
                                    19




D. MCKAY - PICKANDS MATHER OPTION


     In 1960 Pickands Mather and Company optioned the McKay

property south of the West Group to assess the iron formation

there for economic potential.

     A magnetometer survey was conducted and profiles made.

A geological survey delineated an iron .formation 600 feet wide

and 2,000 feet long.   Calculations indicated 109,000 tons/

vertical foot or some 12 to 17 million tons of crude ore.

     Three diamond drill holes were drilled, DH-1, 2 and 3 to

depths of 231, 262 and 509 feet.    No assays were indicated in

the logs submitted for assessment work, but the company assumed

a 30% Fe content for their grade calculations and felt the

deposit was too small to be of economic import.
                                                                    20
PAYMASTER CONSOLIDATED MINES LIMITED


     In 1957 Paymaster Consolidated Mines Ltd. staked 5 3 claims         The chicken track lava described in the report and attribu
in Burrows and Kemp Townships centered around Little Marne Lake     ted to alteration is actually spinifex texture of the middle to

over ground now covered by the East Group of claims.   Paymaster    upper portion of an ultramafic metavolcanic flow.     This was

had Aerophysics of Canada Ltd. perform an airborne electromagne     confirmed by the author upon examination of the Paymaster drill

tic survey over the property and 3 conductors were delineated       core found at the drill site on Little Marne Lake.     Gray (ankerite)

over the central and southern portions of Little Marne Lake.        and green (fuchsite) carbonitized ultramafic units outcrop and

     Ground follow up work was initiated with a brief dip needle    were intersected in diamond drill holes.
survey followed by a ground magnetometer survey of the whole             Three diamond drill were drilled numbered B-l through B-3
property by Sharpe Geophysical Surveys Ltd.   Magnetic anomalies    to depths of 698,995 and 545 feet respectively.     Most a ssay values
were checked by EM methods.   The best correlation between          were trace only with some 0.01 and 0.02 and a lone 0.11 oz Au/ton
magnetic and EM data was noted along the north shore of Little      value being recorded.   Tops are indicated to be south by spinifex
Marne Lake.                                                         and altered zone positions.   The hole locations are plotted on
     The area was geologically mapped and a series of ultramafic,
                                                                    the geology map accompanying this report.
mafic and intermediate flows along with some associated intrusive

rocks were found.   Mafic spherulitic and pillow lavas were noted

as was intermediate agglomerate or flow breccia.
                                21




PROSPECTORS AIRWAYS COMPANY LIMITED


     In 1962 Prospectors Airways Co. Ltd. staked two blocks of

claims centered around Camp Lake and conducted a ground magneto

meter and JEM electromagnetic survey over the property.       The' JEM

survey delineated three short discontinuous conductors along the

southwest shore of Camp Lake.

     These conductors did not appear to be of sufficient interest

to warrant follow-up by diamond drilling and the claims were

allowed to lapse.       ^             .                   .     . .

     Newmont's own ground electromagnetic surveys in this general

vicinity also delineated several similar conductors.   These could

be caused by lake bottom edge effect or by small interflow

conductive units.   Possibly a horizontal loop multifrequency

survey over them could provide a better qualitative classification,
                                      22




SIROLA-KARVINEN


     The Sirola-Karvinen claim group, which, is now the West Group

described in this report, was the subject of a preliminary asses

sment -.by W.O. Karvinen in 1980.   This work consisted of geological

mapping of claims L.547209 through L.547212 inclusive, detailed

overburden investigations, trenching and overburden blasting

to locate the source of the rusty float along the north boundary

of claim L.547210.     This mechanical work was spread over several

claims.   This search was unsuccessful due to limited manpower

and funds so the property was optioned to Newmont for a nore

detailed assessment.    This report describes that detailed

assessment.
SIROLA-KARVINEN (NEWMONT OPTION)                                        23


     The Sirola-Karvinen claim groups L.547207 through L.547222              The results of the first pass survey delineated magnetic

inclusive (West Group) and L.550160, L.550162 through L.550168       and EM anomalies worth further detailed work by more sophisticated

inclusive and Newmont's claim L.628518 (East Group) were taken       geophysical methods.    Several anomalies extended to adjoining --

under option by Newmont Exploration of Canada Ltd. in late 1981.     claims and these were recommended for follow-up geophysics.

     With Newmont's joint venture partner, Dupont of Canada               Diamond drill targets were also delineated and three (3)

Exploration Ltd. as a financial participant, Newmont undertook       holes were drilled on the West Group and two (2) holes were

a preliminary examination of these claims with some overlap          drilled on the East Group.    The purpose of the drilling on the

into surrounding claims subsequently staked by Newmont to cover      West Group was to assist in unravelling the complex stratigraphy

the aeromagnetic anomalies in Burrows and Kemp Townships.     This   in that area as well as to test the several geophysical anomalies.

work consisted of line cutting, a geological survey, a ground        For the East Group, the geology was thought to be somewhat more

magnetometer and VLF EM survey and an overburden till sampling       straight forward and the anomalies were less complicated so the

heavy media separation geochemical survey.   All this work was       drilling in that area was more to test the anomalies than for

submitted for. assessment credit.                                    geological information, however, the ultramafic-mafic

     In addition to this work,.van induced polarization survey,      me.tavolcanic interface was encountered.   The results of this

a resistivity survey and a horizontal loop MAX MlN survey were       diamond drill program will be submitted for assessment credit.

instituted.   These surveys were continued on other Newmont claims

during the winter months and during the summer of 1982.     These

later results are the subject of the present report.
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GENERAL GEOLOGY

       ' The bedrock in the area is of Early Precambrian (Archean)         flows and in some cases could have been feeders from a central
age.     Unconsolidated deposits of Pleistocene and Recent age             magma chamber.        These units are on the order of 500 to over 1000
mantle roost of the area.     Outcrop coverage i s l ess than I'fc of      meters thick and comprise roughly 60 to 7 0* o f the total rock

the area, therefore, geophysical, geochemical and diamond drill            noted.        Carbonitization of some of these rocks has no doubt

hole data was      most important in the geological interpretation         caused previous workers to classify them into a more felsic
seen in Figure 4.                                                          category due to the lighter color resulting from such alteration-

        Ultramafic metavolcanic rocks of peridotitic to basaltic
                                                                               Total rock analysis and Jensen and AFM plots provide a sound
komatiitic composition and pillowed to massive mafic metavolcanics
                                                                               basis for proper classification.     Calc-alkaline basalts were noted
of magnesiurn-rieh to iron-rich tholeiitic composition are the
                                                                               in several small outcrops and are thought to form a unit between
oldest rocks in the area.      The ultramafic metavolcanics are best
                                                                               mafic metavolcanic flows and intermediate pyroclastics.
developed on the East Group of claims and are present as a
                                                                                       Intermediate tuffs, lapilli tuffs and volcanic breccias
series of flows ranging in thickness from just over l meter to
                                                                               form a transition phase between the mafic and felsic metavolcanic
about 10 meters.     The komatiitic package probably does not
                                                                               units and are     tholeiitic to calc-alkaline in composition.
exceed 500 meters in total thickness.       The mafic units are
                                                                                       Felsic metavolcanic flows, tuffs, lapilli tuffs and volcanic
thicker.     Individual flows could not be delineated with precision,
                                                                               breccia were noted and were especially common in the South Group
however, massive to pillowed units were noted as were pyroclastic
                                                                               area.    Porphyritic dikes possibly represent feeders from a central
units.     Some of the thicker flows were medium u ra i. rod (1-3 mm
                                                                               magma chamber.     They are calc-alkaline in composition.
crystals) but exhibited flow texture in outcrop,        sills and dikes
                                                                                       Clastic metasedimentary rocks are not common and were noted
of gabbro and lamprophyre were often found associated with these
                                                                               in outcrop only south of Ottereyes Lake.     This was an argillaceous
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          Figure 4-      Generalized       geology of the                S i ro la - Ka r v i n e n option and                     the
                         Newmont-Du Pont           claims, Burrows               and     Kemp Townships,
                          Ontario.       Se a l e ; l: 63,360.

                                                   l E G C N O
          /"i-pl Cobalt Group                felflc lo Inleirnrdiat*                                                       M jor breoki
                              i t t          metovolionict

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               Iron formation                                                                                               S y n t 11 n*
                                                                         26
unit.     Diamond drill data by Amax (1972) and Newmont (1982)                     Diabase dikes traverse the area and are diabase, quartz
reported carbonaceous argillite, argillite and arenite to pebble              diabase and porphyritic (Matachewan) diabase types.   All have
conglomerate from drill holes south o f Little Marne Lake.       These        been classified as Early Precambrian in age, however, some may
metasediments appear to be related to felsic to intermediate                  be younger.
volcanism notably the exhalative phases of such volcanism.                         Most of the rocks of the area are part of a steeply dipping
        Chemical metasedimentary rocks are generally exhalative in            synclinal structure, the axis of which trends northeast across
origin and are represented by oxide-rich banded magnetitic chert              the western part of the area then swings southeast across the
interbedded with magnetite ironstones and pyrite-pyrrhotite rich
                                                                              north and east parts of the area.
phases of these oxide facies units and at least two chert-
                                                                                   Regional metamorphism of the rocks is greenschist to lower
sulfide units, one found in outcrop and one noted by diamond
                                                                              amphibolite facies with some rocks near the Togo Batholith
drilling Dowa (1974).     These sulfide units were easily traced
                                                                              subjected to contact metamorphism of lower to middle amphibolite
by electromagnetic devices.                                                   facies.
        A large granodiorite batholith borders the western portion

of the area and makes itself known by extensive albitization,

epidotization and amphibolitization of the metavolcanic rocks in

that area.     A similar intrusive plug was noted southwest of

Karvinen Lake intruding the mafic and felsic metavolcanic

series.     Some smaller syenitic outcrops were also noted and could

be part of a larger syenite     plug.
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                                      TPBLE2
                                      TABLE OF LITHOLOGIC UNITS FOR THE SIROLA- KARVINEN PROPERTY AND THE
                                      NEWMONT-DU PONT JOINT VENTURE IN BURROWS TOWNSHIP, ONTARIO



PHANEROZOIC                                                                         METAVOLCANIC AND METASEDIMENTARY ROCKS
    CENOZOIC                                                                          CHEMICAL METASEDIMENTARY ROCKS
        QUATERNARY                                                                      Magnetitic chert interlayered with magnetite ironstone,
            PLEISTOCENE AND RECENT                                                         pyritic chert interlayered with pyrite ironstone,
                Clay, sand, g ravel, till and swamp and stream deposits                    chlorite and carbonate layers within ironstone units
                       UNCONFORMITY                                                  CLASTIC METASEDIMENTARY ROCKS
PRECAMBRIAN                                                                            Argillite, carbonaceous argillite, arenite to pebble
    EARLY PRECAMBRIAN                                                                     conglomerate with pyrite balls
            MAFIC INTRUSIVE ROCKS                                                    FELSIC METAVOLCANIC ROCKS (CALC-ALKALINE)
                Diabase, quartz diabase, porphyritic (Matachewan)                      Massive unstratified tuff, crystal tuff, lapilli tuff,
                   diabase                                                                volcanic breccia
                       INTRUSIVE CONTACT                                             INTERMEDIATE METAVOLCANIC ROCKS (THOLEIITIC AND CALK-ALKALINS)
            FELSIC INTRUSIVE ROCKS                                                     Massive unstratified tuff, lapilli tuff, volcanic
                Amphibolite, forming marginal phases of granodiorite;                     breccia, garnet bearing tuffs and lapilli tuffs
                   aplite, syenite, syenitic feldspar porphyry, granitic             MAFIC METAVOLCANIC ROCKS (THOLEIITIC AND MINOR CALC-ALKALINE)
                   quartz feldspar porphyry , granodiorite                             Massive to well foliated flows, pi 13 owed flows,
                       INTRUSIVE CONTACT                                                  amphibolitized and gneissic lavas, tuff, lapilli
                                                                                          tuff, volcanic breccia, garnet bearing flows
           METAMORPHOSED MAFIC INTRUSIVE ROCKS
                Gabbro, diorite, magnesium tholeiite porphyry                        KOMATIITIC METAVOLCANIC ROCKS
                                                                                       Massive polysutured serpentine zed peridotitic komatiite,
                       INTRUSIVE CONTACT                                                  spinifex textured flows, massive and pillowed basaltic
                                                                                          komatiite, lapilli tuff to tuff breccia, c-xtcnsive
                                                                                          carbonate, chlorite and talc alteration.
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                     LOCATION                                    DIP TEST                                 LEVEL                  Surface            i COMPONENT   134 .50 meters              i STARTED   16     June 1982
AREA or                                                                        ANGLE                     p ri p r    n f f r
                                                                                                                                 BQ                , VERTICAL                                . DATE
TWP.                Burrows Township            XSTJKKb      ,   RECORDING       ;     CORRECTED     '" U1 K t       it i L i.                        COMPONENT   122 .25 meters            ' FINISHED    18     June 1982
CLA 1 ^                                     ;     91 44      '         -qo Q W .            -43 5    .' -' '-""'V"               355 meters        ! BEARING      o0                          LOGGED BY   R. P   . Bowen
      1 No '        L. 547217             -"    1 82         '            '    '               "        EASTING                  469325            ', LENGTH      182 .88 meters        .i PURPOSE        to test Mag s I. P.
NTS       4 IP/14      UTM      Zone 17                                                                                                             ! CORE
                                                           . ,    ..     ,..   . .     ..      .    .(    NORTHING 5294110                                        Timmins office        '     TOT. RECOVERY      98%
                                                                                                                                                   ;; LOCATION


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                                                                                                                                                                                                                       T.D. 182.88
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                      ^OCK TYP^ AN'" n rSC"! PT '^N                                                              SAYPLE                            Analytical Result:
                                                                                     lANGLES'SL'LPH-
 FROM       TO        (alteration structure, iriineralization)                                                  FROM       TO     -LENGTH   Au    Cu     Zn    : As       .SLUDGES
                                                                                                                                                         num    pom      No. from     to
:61.29 63.09 : Sulfide interbedded with chert and mafic tuffaceous material                          9726       61.29     61.79   0.5
                  Pyrite blebs beddinc not well ceveloo                                              9727       61.79     62.24   0.45J25                               ^932167. QZ     10..
                 -?yrrhotite ve rv,, fine as beds                                             15-20 9728        62.24     62.64   0.4 i 16       . 930    38    ND      .;,932Z7J1.1C
                  Chalcopyrite interstitial with pyrite                                        1-3 j 9729       62.14     63.09   0.45:23                                  932373.15 76.20
               Very contorted beds possibly some refoldina                                                                                                               932476.20    79.25
                  General bedcinc                                                    55-60                                                                               932579.25    82.3C
                                                                                                                                                                         9326B2.30    85.3-4
                                                                                                                                                                         932785.34    88.39
           62.24 : Quartz vein             17cm                                                                                                                          9328:88.39   91.44
                                                                                       55^
                            contact
                  Lower contact


63.09 65.66       Xafic netavolcanics - altered with K-felspar s epidote
                      Some macnetite zones 3-5mj"
                   Greenish black to greenish grey
                  Tuffaceous in nature - exhalative


           64.18' Becomes porphyritic - crystal tuff j
                   Thin 3-5rmr! maanetite zones also contiue.
                 - Greenish crey with portions light^creenish grey to
                   yellowsh crey


i 65 .66 89. 30: Diabase dike - fine to me dium ara ined.                                                   i
                 Slichtlv macnetic
                 Xedium dark grey to greyish black
                         contac 1!
                                                                                       55-
                 Lower contact            obscure   broken UP
                 Becomes nore coarse crained toward center of dike
                    Sorv.e eoidote cuartz K-soar alteration


OO   "JO   GO     P-rro'-co^ 3 "Lr^o c"~ ^il. 4~ irci"1^ fi~c C ciz'lxj^i."t.-.zs^
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                         ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                  CORE        %             SAMPLE                        Analytical Result:
                                                                                    ANGLES5SULPH
      FROM      TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                    TO     IDES     NUMBER   FROM      TO       LENGT Au    Cu Zn     As           SLUDGE^          Au/
                                                                                    AXIS
                                                                                                                                      ppb , PPI" PPm PPm    NO.     from      to    ppi
     90.30 99.94       Diabase continues
                                                                                                                                                           P\?Q     Q1,44     94^49 T^
                                                                                                                                                           9330   94.49 97.54 Tr
     99.94 101.60 Mafic to intermediate metavolcanics - tuffaceous
                                                                                                                                                           213JL 97.54 100.58 Tr
                          JX1 -t-AT-^ri ,. KVf^lctpar Pp-Mot-p qnst-hT-.-pyra tp           1-3                                                             9332 100.58 103.63 Tr
                            Some fragments lcm ~                                                                                                           2113 .10.2.63 106.68 Tr
                                                                                     70U                                                                             i
                         Banding or bedding                                                                                 |



             101.19 Discontinuity (navy)                                             45
                       Banding above                                                 70
                       Banding below                                                 55


                                                                                     70U
    101.60 102.71 Felsic to intermediate tuff - porphyritic
                         K-feldspar phenocrysts l-2mm
                         Welded tuff
                         Syenite dike folds -
                                              102.05
                                                     102.31


    .02.71 106.49      Mafic to intermediate tuffaceous metavolcanic

             L02.92    1-2 cm quartz vein :



             LOS. 62   Gradational to coarse grained zone - still tuffaceous -
                       l-2mm
                           pseudo bedding                                          S5-6C
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             L06.49    Contact
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                                 ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                 CORE :     i                SAMPLE                                          Analytical Result:
                                                                                           ANGLES'SULPH-
  1    FROM   ;       TO         (alteration, structure, mineralization)                   TO     I DES  NUMBER       FROM       TO           LENGTH
                                                                                                                                                                                                   |
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        0         , 3.66       Overburden                                                                                                              ;                      ;   !
              ;                                                                                                                                                                   j   ;            ;                        :
       3.66: 33.50             Mafic metavolcanics
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      61.29 63.09i             Sulfide iron formation                                                             1          ;        i
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      6?. 09 65.66             Mafic metavolcanics
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      99.94101.60   Mafic metavolcanics                                                                                                                                                            i
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      LO 1.60,111. 54
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      111.54161.13!            Felsic-intermediate metavolcanics with gabbro dikes or sil. .S
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                                                                                          ANGLES SULPH
           FROM      TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                     TO     IDES         NUMBER   FROM      TO   LENGTf AU   Cu Zn    As               SLUDGES   ^ Au/
                                                                                          AXIS                                              ppb   ppm ppm ppm           No . from [tO  !p D V;

            0       3.66   Overburden - sand. .s. till S boulders                                                                                                                                i



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           3.66 33.50      Mafic metavolcanics-chloritized-                                4 S0
                                                                                                                                                                                        ————————j.-..
                             Fe tholeiites?                                                                                                                             9301 6. 10- 9,14'            Tr
                                 Pyrite                                                                 3-5                                                             93 Oi 9.14 12. 191           Tr

*                            Quartz, quartz carbonate and granitic veins to lcm
                                 Pyrite associated with Quartz s calcite
                                                                                          0-90      )




                                                                                                        53;
                                                                                                                                                                        9303 L2.19 15.241
                                                                                                                                                                        9304 L5.24
                                                                                                                                                                                    18.29,
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Tr
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Tr
                                                                                                                                                                        qms 18.29 21.341             Tr
                              Fractures                                                    20                                                                           Q30fi 7.1 ^ 4   24 ."JS 1 Tr
                                 Some fractures filled with epidote                                                                                                     9307 ?4.3R      27.43'Tr
                           Color: Dark greenish gray to greenish black                                                                                                  9308 ?7.43      ™.48iT-
                           Hardness : 4-5                                                                                                                               9309 30.48      33.53lTr
                                                                                                                                                                        9310 ^.S?       36. S8 i T-

                   5.13    Rock takes on a slightly amphibolitized texture -   1mm
                           crystals and. some crystal alignment or banding is evident.




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                  16^38    Some ptygmatic injection of granitic material
                                                                                                                                                                                '
                           Metamorthic grade upper greenschist - contact and regional.


                  31.97    10 cm quartz S granitic material vein - epidote                90

                           Other small epidote s K-span alteration as veins s fracture
                           fillings generally    45 cover


                  32.12    Rock becomes lighter colored; dark greenish gray and broken-
    ^                      slips chloritized
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            FROM     TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                         TO     IDES    NUMBER    FROM       TO     LENGTI Au    Cu Zn        As          SLUDGES      .^..,
                                                                                              AXIS                                                                                           IrtU/
                                                                                                                                               [PPk |PPm ,PPm      PPm     No . from to      Ipor.
           33.50 41.96     Fine grained diabase dike probably an off shoot from a
     -                     larger dike. Grayish black slightly magnetic.                                                                                                   9311 be. 58 j 39.62   Tr
                              Upper contact obscurred by broken rock                                                                                                       q?1? 19 62 42.67!     Tr
                              Lower contact                                                    500
                                                                                                                                                                           Q TIT 17.67 45^.72;   Tr
                              Slips filled with chlorite                                                                                                                   9314 15.72 48.79      Tr
                                                                                                                                                                           QTI5 48.79   s:us2) T-
0          41.96 45.85     Magnetitic chert interlayered with magnetite ironstone with         550 LO-2
                                                                                                             9723      42.98     43.79 0.81 26
                                                                                                                                                                           9316 M .82
                                                                                                                                                                           9317 54.86
                                                                                                                                                                                        54.86'
                                                                                                                                                                                        57.91
                                                                                                                                                                                                 T-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Tr
                           fine pyrrhotite S pyrite barid*; Smm par-wllf^T. to bidding                                                                                     9318 57.91   6O.96
                           S some disseminated pyrite chlorite s carbonate layers .                          9724      44.35     46.35    2    19                          9315 50.96   64.01    Tr
                                                                                                                                                                           9320 64.01   67.06    Tr

                   45.31   Pyrrhotite noted     lcm - dirty tuffaceous - some aarnets          60 30. 5C
                           Quite magnetic
                           Beds are very contorted in places.
                           TOPS appear UP the hole or to the south (graded bedding)
                           Mafic tuffaceous beds at :
                                 43.79 - 44.4'
                           Magnetite beds 0.5cm to 2cm
                           Chert beds usually lcm up to 7r?m
*    ——
           45.85 60.05     Altered mafic to intermediate rnetavolcanic rock                                  9725     46.35      47.85   1.5   11   128    57      ND
                              Possibly in^pTTnpr^ifltii in plsr'p'? — especially tuffaceous
                              7.ones
                                                                                              500
                                  K-feldspar s epidote with some Quartz
                              Exalative?


                   58.33   Alteration increasing

    ^h
           60.05 61.29     Ultramafic carbonitized
                              Very broken up due to carbonitization S carbonate veininc;
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  1      METERS
                             ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                   CORE          1                   SAMPLE                                 Analytical Result:
                                                                                         ANGLES SULPH-
  1 FROM              TO     (alteration, structure, mineralization)   .                 TO         IDES   NUMBER   j     FROM           TO   -LENGTf ;\i,        Cu Zn                 As                SLUDGES        ^7i,, x
                                                                                         AXIS   ;
                                                                                                                                                      ppb         ppm ppm               ppm j No t       f t^om to      . :op.
                                                                                         750                                                                                                '
      -20... 72152 .54     Becomes more m.afic-fraomental to tuffaceous with coarse
                           grained portions l-2ran becoming predominately coarse                           9731          125.07 ; 125.57 :0.5           15        70       33            5       9339    121.92     124.97   Tr
                           grained aabbroic 3-5 ram in places                                                                                                                                    9340    124.97     128.02   Tr
                              K-felsdpar epidote s quartz alteration veining                               9732         '126.72 127.22 |0.5             16 ;                    i            j   9341    128.02     131.06   Tr
                              Disseminated pyrite                                               1-33                                                          i                 i                9342J   131.06     134.11   Tr
                                                                                                                                         j
                           Fine grained gabbro dike^possibly a feeder 123.93 to 124.30                     9733           127.34! 127.84 0.5            14 j                                     9343    134.11     140.21   Tr
             i                                                                                                                           j                                                       9344!   140.21     143.26   Tr
                              Quartz veins :                                                               9734     1 129.51 129.72 0.21                26 330             23            5       934^!   143.26     146.30   Tr
                                                                                                                                                              i                 i
                                 125.10 to 125.47                                                                                J
                                                                                                                                                                                                 93461   146.30     149.35   Tr
                                 126.72 to 127.22                                                                                                                                                93471   149.35     152.40   Tr
                                 127.49 to 128.11                                                                                                                                                9348    152.40     155.45   Tr
                              Other quartz s syenitic veins .                                                                                                          :                     i   9349    155.45     158.50   Tr
                                                                                                                    t            :            j                                                  9350    158.50     161.54   Tr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         j
                                                                                                1                                                                               1

             129.61                                                                                                                                           i
                           Chalcopyrite     1mm stringer


             1                Feeder dike 139.36 to 13SL54
             i
                                 90 at both contacts                                            1
                                                                                                                    t                         j               ;        i                     t


      136.8B152.5 l         Gabbro - coarse grained 3-5 mm                                      I




                                                                                                                                              i

             143.10                                                                      600                                                  1
                           Banding or layerino                                                                                                        ——————
                              Fine grained zone 140.71 to 141.41
              l
                                                                                                                    i
                                                                                                !

  T
      52.541.55.55         Fine arained mafic metavolcanic-tuffaceons
                              Banding
                                                                                         s s0
                                                                                         s s0
                                                                                                                                                      —(
                                                                                                                                                              i
                           Color: Greenish grey                                                                                                              -l
                              Hardness: 4-5                                                                                                                                                                -
                                                                                                                                                                                    i

  155. 55161. 13           More felsic tuff o r a sh. Transition c* 1 meter                                9735          157.12 159.12            2    19
                              Quartz-sericite -schist
M                                Pyrite                                                             1-5                                                       1
                                                                                                                                                                                         -
                                                                                                                                                                                                 -
                              Carbonitization is mild.
                           Color: yellowish grey. .    —————————————————————————————                                                                                                                                    1
                                                                                                                                     1
                  l        Hardness: 4-5
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              METERS
                               ROCK -TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                    CORE   1 *
                                                                                             ANGLES SULPH
                                                                                                                       SAMPLE                       Analytical Result:
            FROM    TO         (alteration, structure, mineralization)                       TO     IDES    NUMBER    FROM      TO    LEHGTf
                                                                                                                                            AU    Cu    Zn      As         SLUDGES                Au/
                                                                                             AXIS
                                                                                                                                             PRk. ppm rppm      ppm No,.     from        to       DO--
                             Mafic layers - 2-15cm
                                                                                                                                                                                 164^59 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                     9351^ .161-54
                                                                                                                                                                     9352 164.59 L67.64 Tr
          161.1 166.6        Dirty exhalative zone - contact not sharp-transitional           600           9736     161.10 162.10      1   10                       PT^ 1fi7 fi4        170.69 Tr
                                Magnetitic chert S chlorite bands interlayered with                         9737     162.10 163.10      1       8   26     44    5   9354 170.69 L73.74 Tr
                                fine magnetite ironstone-garnitiferous.
                                                                                                            9738     163.66 164 .66     1
*                      -.   Only slightly magnetic in places
                                                                                                                                            10


                            Bedding

                            Garnets poorly developed l-3mm lO-lSife

                            Very contorted zone: 161.20 to 161.40
                               Quartz rich - re crystal chert?

                            Some K-feldspar S quartz veining

                            Upper contact-transitional                                       600
                                                                                             600
                            Lower contact-transitional
*   ——
          166.64 172.52     Intermediate to felsic ash or tuff
                               Some bandina - silicified-ca-rhoni-f-i ^^fl-sei-ici-tis'pr!                  9739     169.86 170.86      2   12
                                  Color: Medium bluish grey to yel lowisft gr-^y
                                  Hardness: 4 in carb to 7 in silicified portion
                                  average 5-6
                               Some K-feldspar phenocrysts l-3mm near upper contact


                   70.04    Carbonitized with coarse carbonate laypT-* wi-t-n s^inf*
    ^                       pyrrhotite noted.


          72.52 72.69       Dark greenish grey mafic tuff bed
                               Upper contact                                                  70
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         METERS
                         ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                      CORE      1               SAMPLE                       Analytical Result:
                                                                        ANGLE! SULPH
       FROM    TO        (alteration, structure, mineralization)        TO     IDES    NUMBER    FROM      TO   LENGT1^ Au    Cli      Zn      As^           SLUDGES        Au/
                                                                        AXIS
                                                                                                                      Ippk IPP*"     |PPm      PPm|    NO.   from      to   PP-
                          Lower contact                                   50
                                                                                                                                                      9355 173.74 176.78 Tr
                                                                                                                                                      9356 176.78 L79.83 Tr
     172.69174.92      Felsic tuff                                                                                                                    9357 JJ9.83 L82.88 Tr


     174.9; 175.2;     Mafic tuff-transitional                            450



     175.22 178.5      Felsic tuff                                        650



     178.51 178.0-     Mafic tuff                                        60


     179.0- 181.01     Felsic tuff to lapilli tuff                       550



     181.03 181.27     Mafic dike                                        800
                         Bedding to dike contact                         450



     181.27 182. 3S    Felsic tuff                                     85-70C
                                                                         50U
                          Bedding
                             Bedding to dike contact

                                                                   ^
     L82.39 182. 5 1   Mafic tuff, some quartz s pyrite                  fi-i0         Q74D     1R2.10 1R2.60   n.s   18     ?fi         46   ND


                                                                        60"
     82.57 187.69      Felsic tuff
1—
     82.64 182.88      Mafic dike                                      C)-50C

                          T.D. 182-88 meters
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                                                                                                         Surface             HORIZONTAL
                 LOCATION                               DIP TES T                        LEVEL                               COMPONENT    155.80 meters             ST!RTEO    19 June 1982
AREA or                                                           ANGL r              v pp Of Qi?r      -on                   VERTICAL    141.00 meters             DATE
TWP.                                      METERS        RECORft!NG       CORRECTED                                         "; COMPONENT                         :   FINISHED  21 June 1982
            Burrows Twp.         ——— -.      0
                                                                                       :UllM     Oiit   By
                                                                                                                                          330U
                                                         ~ 45 o ' -4 b                -, ELEVATION       345 meters        '' BEARING                               LOGGED BY R. P. Bowen
CLAIM No.   L. 54722 i                     106.68 '         -53m 50   ,   -44 W 5~
                                            207.26                        -41
                                                                                      ' EASTING          469900              LENGTH       209.40 meters             PURPOSE To test mag, IP s EM
NTS    4 IP/14     UTM Zone 17                                                                                               CORE
                                                                                       NORTHING          5294300             LOCATION     Timmins office            TOT. RECOVERY   97-^

                                                                                     SURFACE-
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                                                                                                                                Azimuth 33O0
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                                          SCALE:   1:5000

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                 METERS
                               ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                              CORE      *              SAMPLE                     Analytical Result:
                                                                                                      ANGLES SULPH
             FROM     TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                                TO     IDES    NUMBER   FROM      TO   LENGTI4 ——
                                                                                                      AXIS
             0      9.75     Overburden

            9.75    64.21    Mafic-intermediate metavolcanic tuffs R flows

            64.21 98.65      Series of crraphite-pyrite-magnetite i r-rm fm-mat-ions
                              .. interlayered with chert s metavolcanics . Some por-t.ions
0    ——                          brecciated.
                                 These small iron formations are              separated by a series
                                 of mafic metavolcanics.

            98.65 140.02     Mafic metavolcanic tuffs S flows with son** sm*n felsic
                               intrusive dikes.

           140.02 148.56     Oxide iron formation.

          J.48.56 155.59     Mafic metavolcanic tuffs K. flowc

          155.59 157.10      Carbonitized S steatized komatiitic unit

          157.10    157.83   Oxide with some    Stllfirie   l -mn   -Fnt-ma-Hnr)

^
W         157.85 169.97      Mafic metavolcanic tuffs s flows

          169.97 170.37      Oxide iron formation.

          1 70.37   190.59   Mafic metavolcanic breccia -ovirift iron frt rms t i rjn    frsrmiont^
                                as well as mafic metavolcanit and fesl .si rL intrusive
                                fragments.     Pyrite associated with mafic matrix.

           193.92 124^02     Oxide iron foT-mstirtn ^


    mm     IQA m 125^22      Metavolcanic breccia

           195.99 09.40      Gabbro

                                             T.D. 209.40 meters
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              METERS
                              ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                      CORE      *                   SAMPLE                        Analytical Result:
                                                                                             ANGLE:iSULPH
            FROM    TO        (alteration, structure, mineralization)                        TO      IDES       NUMBER    FROM       TO   LENGTI , Au   Cu Zn        As              ^SLUDGES       A.,,
                                                                                             AXIS                                                       ppm ppm      ppm
                                                                                                                                                |PPb                           [NO. fj&SL   to      pp.
             0-    9.85     Overburden; imiskffg, ssnrl K. -t-m



            9.85 26.57      Maf ic-metavolcanics tuffaceous in places ,                                                                                                        9358 9.7! 12.19       T,
                               Pyrite                                                                1^         9686      14.41     14.92 0.51 21       134     26   5         9359 12.1^15.24       Tr
                                                                                                                                                                               9360JL5.25l8.29       Tr
9    ——                     Fractures filled with auartz, calcite epidote S granitic                                                                                           9361JL8.2 C 21.34     Tr
                            (K-feldspar rich) material .                                                                                                                       936221. 3^ 24.38      Ti
                               Banding                                                        RO0                                                                              936324. 3S 27.34      Tr
                            Color: Dark greenish grey                                                                                                                          9364 27. 3 * 30.48    Tz
                            Hardness: 4-6

                            Quartz veins l-2cm at :


                   14.02                                                                     900



                   20. OC                                               Random core angles


9 —                20.42                                                                     650



           26.57 30.22      Becomes biotite-rich mafic metavolcanic-tuff?                                       9687     29.32      30.42 1.10 26
                               slightly carbonitized
                            Greyish black
                            Series of fine ( < 2mm) carbonate beds
                   30.02    K-spar-rich zone 8cm conformable (py)                                    1-3

           30.22 32.85      Fine grained dark greenish grey mafic metavolcanic tuff S
    ^k                      flow.
                                                                                             7S0
                               Some banding


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             METERS
                            ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                 CORE      1               SAMPLE                             Analytical Result:
                                                                      ANGLES SULPH
           FROM     TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)   TO     IDES    NUMBER    FROM      TO   LENGTI
                                                                                                                       ,AU         Cu     Zn As             SLUDGES
                                                                      AXIS
                                                                                                                       |ppk       ^PEL    ppm ppm       No. from ,.m         P-
          57.35 57. 4a    Biotite rich zone                                                                                   i                                              l

                                                                                                                                                        9374 57.9 L    .60:96 T:
                                                                                                                                                        3171 fin^Q*^   64.01 T:
          57.49 64.21     Mafic fine grained flow                                                                                                       9376 64.0 L    67.06 T i
                                                                                                                                                        9377 f?7,0(5   70jlO T:'
                             Grey carbonate veins s beds                                                                                                9378J70.K)     73.15 Ti

*                                                                                    9689     63.73   64.73    1       29         110     53   5
                                                                                                                                                        9379 73.1.5    76.20 T:

          64.21 64.31     Banded graphite-pyrite zone


          64.31 71.46     Mafic metavolcanics
                            Fractured with carbonate fillings.


                  68.30   Quartz vein     7cm


          71.46 71.91     Alteration zone   44cm
                             K-feldspar-epidote

* —
          71.91 72.09     Banded qraphitlc-sulf ide (pvritel zone                    9690     71.91   72.91    1       43
                             Exhalative
                          Contorted


          72.09 73.71     Mafic metavolcanics
                            Carbonate veinlets


    ^
    9     73.71 76.02     Ultramafic metavolcanic .                                  9691     73.72   74.22   0.5      22

                                                                                     9692     75.92   76.92    1       21     204 260          5
                  73.77   Contorted siderite bands.
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         METERS
                      ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                      CORE                      SAMPLE                          Analytical Result:
                                                                                     ANGLE; SULPH
       FROM   TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                        TO      IDES   NUMBER    FROM       TO   LENGTI
                                                                                                                                       H Au   Cu      Zn    As               SLUDC^S-     Au
                                                                                                                                                                                          iv^( '
                                                                                     AXIS                                                                                            to   po-
                                                                                                                                         ppb pPi"    PPI"   PPm      NO.     ?rom
                    Color: Greenish blank to dark gT-^nish tjr-t*y
                    Hardness : 4-5
                                                                                                                                                                     9380 ^6 t 2C) 79.25 T-
                                                                                                                                                                     9381 13^215    82. 3d   Ti
                    Brecciated toward lower end.                                                                                                                     9382 32. 3C)   85.34    Tr
                                                                                                                                                                     9383 35.34l    88.39    Ti
                                                                                                                                                                     9384 38.39J    91.44    Tr
      76.02 76.55   Banded qraphite sulfide quartz zones                             so0     5-7
                    Portions brecciated
                    Bedding                                                      45-50


      76.55 78.10   Mafic metavolcanics                                              450


                                                                                               .
      78.10 79.65   Banded interlayered graphite magnetite sulfide chlorite          450     3-5                                   16
                                                                                                    9693     76.50      80.50 2
.                   ironstone                                                                       9694     80.65      81.70 1.65 51
                    Portions brecciated
                    Some quartz could be recrystal chert.


      79.65 82.29   Short mafic metavlocanic zone                                                   9695     82.25      82.98 0.73 27         64     115    ND



      82.29 82.98   Banded interlayered chlorite maqnetite chert ironstone
                       Asbes-tiform veinlets Imm in komatiitic beds
                                                                                     300 1-3
      32.98 90.77   Mafic metavolcanics, some disseminated pyrite PP i-holpi ifr^c
                    Color: Dark qreenish qrev to areenish black
                    Alteration epidote s carbonate


l—                  Some quartz veins.


                    Some pyrite as breccia filling as well as disseminated                   1-3
                    Breccia zones
                    Grey carbonate s quartz veining.
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        METERS
                         ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                        CORE       1               SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                                          ANGLE;) SULPH
      FROM    TO         (alteration, structure, mineralization)                          TO      IDES    NUMBER    FROM      TO    LENGTI Au     Cu Zn      As           SLUDGES                    a,,,
                                                                                          AXIS
                                                                                                                                           PPfe.jppm. |PPm [PPM    NO.      from          to         PF ;
                     ....Pyrjjt-.^ filling c st-ringp-r vft-h som** disseminated alona
                         beddina .                                                                                                                                93.PS     91,44      94^49 I r.
                        Epidote and K-feldspar veinlets s stringers .                                                                                             9386      94.49      97.54 1 T:
                         Some crarnets - to 0.5 cm                                                                                                                9387      97.54     100 . 58 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                  9388     100.58     103.63 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                  9389     103.63     106.68 Ti
     90.77 95.38      Magnetitic chert s metavolcanic debris interlayered with           6 5-75           9696     90.53   92.53     2    40                      939p     106.68     109.73 Tr
                      magnetite ironstone and pyritic seams S chlorite zones                              9697     92.53   94.53     2    26                      9391    .109.73     112.78 Tr
                      with garnets.                                                                       9698     94.53   95.53     1    29   174     151   ND   9392     112 -.78   115.82 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                  9393     115.82     118.87 Tr
                      Some quartz veins l-5cm                                                                                                                     9394     118.87     121.92 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                  9395     121.92     124.97 Tr
                      Granerite and/or actinolite common in some beds.                                                                                            9396     124.97     128 . 02 Tr

                      Some beds not well developed indicating exhalative
                      activity in fairly active water.


     95.38 98.45      Mafic metavolcanics-possibly tuffaceous quartz                       60
                         Carbonate and veins epidote                                     70-90
                         K-feldspar seams
                      Quartz veining of tennis brecciated s as fillings with                      7-1C
                      pyrite .


     98.46 98.65      Magnetitic chert S chlorite interbedded with magnetite                              9699     98.46   98.66    0.2   34
                      ironstone.
                         Tops up hole?
                      Pyrite along bedding planes s in fractures                                  5-7


l—   98. 6E 125.3:    Mafic metavolcanics continue as before                                              9700     99.37   101.37    2    69

                      Some 3-5cm porphyritic zones - l-2mm phenos.

                     Some coarse grained l-3mm almost gabbroic portions -                                                                                                             •— — - _   i
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                          ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                        CORE      *               SAMPLE                       Analytical Result:
                                                                                           ANGLE; SULPH
        FROM    TO        (alteration, structure, mineralization)                          TO     IDES    NUMBER    FROM      TO   LENGT 1 Au    Cu   Zn As              SLUDGES              Au/
                                                                                           AXIS                                                                   Mo.    from       to        PP-
                                                                                                                                          ppb    ppm ppm ppm
                        contacts not noted wKich indicates a rna r-s^ f 1 nw T-.ono
                                                                                                                                                                  9397 128.02 131.06 Tr
                        Greenish qrey s dark areenish arey to areenish bTack.                                                                                     9398 131.06 134.11 Tr




* —
                                                                                                                                                j————
       125.3" 126.46*   More tuffaceous zone than


                                                                                           60U
       126.46 131.01    Porphyritic zone                                              ^j                  9701     130.91 131.53 0.62 58         74     70   ND
                           l-2mm phenocrvsts                                                              9702     131.53 132.00 0.47 25

                        Light greyish brown


       131.01 131.55    Very fine grained ash                                              600
                           Pale to greyish red
                        Intruded by syenitic material with disseTn-tnatPri pyrite

                        Light red to moderate reddish oranoe

0 —    131.55 131.99    Syenite dike -                                                     ?n0-
                           Porphyritic for the lower 5cm

                          Light red to moderate reddish oranae

                          Disseminated     pyrite 0,5mm                                           3-5




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      ..     METERS
                           ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                   CORE                      SAMPLE                     Analytical Result:
                                                                                       ANGLES SULPH
           FROM   TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                     TO   IDES      NUMBER    FROM      TO   LENGTIi ——
                                                                                                                                                                     SLUDGES
                                                                                       AXIS
                                                                                                                                                             NO.     from       to          vo::
     131.99 140.02       Mafic metavolcanics tuffaceous                                 RO0

                                                                                                                                                             939 C 134.11 137.16            Tr
                                                                                                                                                             94 OC) 137.16 140.21           Tr
     140.02 148.56       Magnet! tic chert s chlorite interbedded with magnetite                      9703     140.02   141.98 1.96 63                       94m 140.21 143.26
                       . ...ironstone S pyrite S pyrrhotite ironstone or f ine Reds                   9704     141.98   143.98 2    14 148        408   NP   940? 143.26 3,46^30            Tr
                           S disseminated zones.                                                      9705     143.98   145.98 2     11                      9402 146.30 149.35             Tr
                               Beds -                                                   700
                                                                                                      9706     145.98   147.98 2     16                      9404 149.35 JL52^40 Tr
                           Some garnitiferous zones mostly associated with chlorite-                  9707     147.98   148.56 0.58 IR 88         206   20   9405 152.40 155.45 Tr
                           rich beds                                                                                                                         9406 155.45 158.50 Tr

                            Pyrite also as fracture fillings

                           Pyrite total                                                        •J-7

                        Pyrrhotite-rich zones :
                          142.53 - 10cm                                                                                                                                           w.

                          146.66 - 3cm
                          147.73 - 20cm


     L48.56 155.59      Mafic to intermediate metavolcanic tuff.
                          Some portions sericitic rich could be ultramafic.
                          Some portions K-feldspar^r±ch zones s certain feldspars
                          are haloed with this material.
                        K-feldspar seams or veinlets with epidote
                        Color: Greenish qrey to dark greenish grey
                        Some coarse grained units - no condors so i-Moj^r flows
                        or shallow intrusive.


                                                                                       fin0
1— L55.59 157.10        Ultramafic although trans forma t- inn i c not afarapt.
                        Chlorite-sericite talc -
                        Tuffaceous?
                        Rock breaks parallel to bedding or folist- inn

                        Color:   Greenish qrey to dark greenish grpy,                                                                                                          ——- , .- '
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                              ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                CORE      1                  SAMPLE                     Analytical Result:
                                                                                       ANGLES SULPH
        FROM        TO        (alteration, structure, mineralization)                  TO     IDES    NUMBER      FROM       TO   LENGT Au   Cu        Zn    As             SLUDGES        ^*,,/
                                                                                       AXIS
                                                                                                                                        ppb PPI"       PPm   PPm      No.             to      pp~
                            Hardness :   3-4
                                                                                                                                                                      9407 158.50 161.54       T^
                                                                                                                                                                      9408 161.54 L64 . 59     Ti
      157.10157.85         Magnet! tic chert interlayered with pyrite s maanetite       fin0                                                                          9409 164.59 167.64       Tr
                                                                                                      9708      157.10 157. 85    0.75 23          j

                           ironstone with chlorite layers.
                              Pyrite                                                   10^15                                                                             tyo slud ae return
                           Some disseminated pyrite also.                                                                                                                below 167 64 m,-


      157.85 162.1         Mafic tuffaceous metavolcanics - possibly some ultramafic
                           portions

                           Some K-feldspar veining s alteration.


                  159.93   Some Fe staining along some seams s fractures


      L62.12 162.19        Syenite dike (fine grained)                                 450


      [l62 . 19            Mafic tuffaceous metavolcanics                              400
                              K-feldspar alteration s syenitic veinlets


      L68.29 158.75        Syenite dike                                                85
                              Coarse grained-inequigranular
                           K-feldspar - l-3mm - hypidiomorphic
                           Amphibole -    1mm - appears to surround K-feldspar
                           xenomorphic


\     68.75 L69.97         Mafic tuffaceous metavolcanics, some breccia s K-feldspar   70
                                                                                               5-7
                                                                                                      9709     1fifl,7S   169.97 1 . 77 22
                                                                                                                                              178 212        ND
                           alteration s disseminated pyrite                                           9710     169.97     170.37 0.40 14

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            METERS                                                                                                    SAMPLE                         Analytical Result:
                            ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                 CORE      1
                                                                                      ANGLE;•SUtPH
          FROM     TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                   TO          IDES   NUMBER     FROM       TO    LENGTI , An  rii 7,n     As
                                                                                      AXIS
                                                                                                                                            ppb -PPEl- PPm ...ppm,
        169.97 170.37     Magnetitic chert interlayered with magnetite ironstone      6SU 7-10
                                                                                                         9711     170.37    172.37    2     12
                          with fine pyrite beds s disseminated zones.                                    9712     172.37    174.37    2     18
                                                                                                         9713     174.37    176.37    2      7      64       52   ND
                                                                                                                                                         1
                                                                                                         9714     176.37    178.37    2     12
      173.37 190.59       Volcanic breccia-chertv fraqinents.                          4 S0
                                                                                                         9715     178.37    180.37    2     25
                          Mafic matrix with disseminated pyrite.                              '
                                                                                                         9716     180.37    182.37    2     14      70       68   ND

0                         Some dark bands vuggy zones in chert fragments - possibly
                                                                                                         Q717
                                                                                                         9718
                                                                                                                  1ft? 77
                                                                                                                  184.37
                                                                                                                            1R4.77
                                                                                                                            186.37 2
                                                                                                                                    2       IR
                                                                                                                                            15
                          weakly developed ironstone.                                                    9719     186.37    188.37 2        14      86       53   ND
                                                                                                         9720     188.37    190.59 2.22     16
                          Pyrite appears associated only with mafic matrix                        5-7



                 180.06   K-feldspar s epidote alteration pervasive for 1.12 meters

                          Some syenitic S granitic fragments.


        190. 5S 191.0]    Gabbro dike                                                 550



*   —   191.0] 193.92     Volcanic breccia as before                                  559 5-7            9721     191.20    192.75 1.55 18


                                                                                      so0
                                                                                                         9722     193.03    195.99 2.96     n      154       61   ND
        193.92 194.02     Magnetitic chert interlayered with magnetite ironstone                  5-7
                          with pyrite beds   1mm

                          Some contortions S brecciation


        194.03 195. 9S    Volcanic breccia as before                                              5-7
                          Some coarse grained portions s some ash layers
                                                                                      700
                          Bedding or layering
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                     ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                       CORE      J              SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                     ANGLES SULPH
      FROM   TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)         TO     IDES    NUMBER   FROM      TO   LENGTf i ——
                                                                     AXIS
     195.99209.40   Gabbro                                                   1-T
                       Coarse qrained 3-5mm
                       Amphibole: 40 ife +
                       Plagioclase:  BO-60%
                    Some K-feldspar veinlets with Quartz S epidote
                    Color: areyish crreen to dusky oreen




                      Amphibole :   lS-20%
                      Plaaioclase: SO-60%
                      Biotite: 20-25^*



                                T.D. 209.40 meters




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                       LOCATION                                                        DIP TEST                    LEVEL                    Surface                              1 COMPONENT     76.25m                . STARTED        23 June 1982
AREA o                                                                                                                                                                            i VERTICAL                           i DATE
TWP.           Burrows Two.                                           PETERS       . RECORDING      CORRECTED   'j b U :U   a 1 t t       JBQ                                   ;: COMPONENT     73.25m                  FINISHED       24 June 1982
         ————————————————————————————————————————————————.—————          Q         .    ^ 45 0
                                                                                                  ——f|^3———— 1 ELEVATION                                                        || BEARING       3 10                  - LOGGED BY      R p   -
CLA l M No.                                                       .   "103 , fi?        -S7 U                                               352.5 meters
               L.55U164
                                                                                                               EASTING                      474675                              'j LENGTH        105. 77 -meters           PURPOSE To test mag s IP
NTS 4 IP/ 14               UTM       Zone 17                                                                                                                                    :i CORE
                                                                                                  '————————— . NORTHING                                                                                               :;   TOT. RECOVERY      95 *fc
                                                                                                                                            5290275                             i: LOCATION      Timmins office
                                                                                                                                                            CTTDTPBrT?
                                                                                                                                      .    -^i X   *j c ^   "^ u"LXl ^ix--J-i
                                                                                                                 Overburden^^Qy^ ,- ^                                                            Scale:   1:500
                         DIAMOND DRILL HOLE LOCATION SKETCH                                                                   Fuchsite                 N^                              Azimuth parallel to L 59 E - 310
                                                                                                                for the first 10
                                                                                                                to 15 meters



                                                                                                                                                                                                 Magnesium tholeiitic basalt
                                                                                                                                                                                                    breccia with fractures filled
                                                                                                                                                                                                       with pyrite




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        T.D.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       105.77 m
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        METERS'
                        ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                    CORE - t                 SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                                     ANGLES SULPH
       FROM     TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                      TO    li DES   NUMBER   FROM      TO   LENGT -i ——
                                                                                     AXIS l
         0     3.66    Overburden                                                                                                                                   l

       3.66   105.77   Metavolcanic breccia - mildly carbonitiz^d original r-r^v
                         possibly maanesium tholeiite to calc-alkali™* haaalrc:.

* —                    Green fuchsite chips l-2mm in size for first 10 meters
                          or so .

                       Breccia could be of .tectonic oriain^ Fragments a re-
                          oligomictic and could be fit back. -together in th^
                          absence of the carbonaceous and chlorit-ic matrix

                       Pyrite is ubiquitous throughout the core lencrth associated
                         with the matrix. Several thin mafic flows or feeder
                         dikes were noted.

                                      T.D. 105.77 meters



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           METERS
                        ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                    CORE        J                SAMPLE                          Analytical Result:
                                                                                     ANGLES SULPH
      FROM     TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                      TO       IDES    NUMBER     FROM       TO                Cu
                                                                                                                                  LENGT AU———————      Zn      As              SLUDGES
                                                                                     AXIS                                               ppb       ppm ppm      ppm      INO.       from !      to fi?:: 1;
       0       3.84   Overburden; sand and till                                                                                               j                                      j    1
                                                                                                                                                                         9410 3.05 6.101 T:
                                                                                                                                                                         9411 6.10 9.141 T:
      3.84 29.65      Collared in metavolcanic Breccia with disseminated pyrite. 300                                                                                     9412 , 9.14 12.19 Ti
                      Pyrite is largely confined to Breccia zones in the matrix                                                                                          9413JL2.19 15.24 Ti
                      which appears carbonaceous and as fragments in r.K* breccia                         9571    6           8    2    92        84 i 200      10      9414115 7.4.        18 2.9 ^
                      matrix where it mav Be lS-20%                                                       9572    8.5      10.5    2    60                              941518.29           21.34      Tr
                         Color: Medium liaht to medium grey                                               9573   10.5      12.5    2    44        70    129    20       9416 [21.34         24,38      Tr
                         Hardness: 4^5                                                                    9574   12.5      14.5    2    38                              9417 24.38          27.34!     Tr
                         Fragments:    0.5cm to   5cm                                                     9575   14.5      16.5    2    276                             9418 27.34          30.48      Tr
                      Green^fuchsite fragments 2^3mn long noi-prf - disappears                            9576   16.5      18.5    2    44        90    270    30       9419 30.48          33.53      Tr
                      Below 12m                                                                                                                                                                   i
                                                                                                          9577   18.5      20.5    2    99
                      PossiBly tectoni-c                                                                  9578   20.5      23     2.5   25
                      Some mild carbonitization                                                           9579   23        25      2    37        68    127    40
                      Quartz - calcite veining "- Tmm T-                            j 5— ?n               9580   25        27      2    40
                                                                                                          9581   27        29      2    22
                      Rock is likely a magnesium tholeiite or intermediate - to                           9582   29        31.5   2.5   27        54    118    15
                      altered mafic metavolcanic.
                         Possibly pillowed-breccia zones could be brecciated
                         pillow selvages.

                      The zone could also be in or near one of the larae
                      anticline-synclines in the area.


             22.83    Sulfide vein or layer 0.5cm                                     40


             26.13    Quartz vein 2cm


p—   29.65 31.25      Fairly fast transition to medium arained
                      Intermediate to altered mafic flow
                      Color: Medium to dark arey
                      Hardness: 4-5
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                        ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                CORE       1             SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                                 ANGLE;)SULPH
       FROM     TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                  TO      IDES   NUMBER   FROM       TO    LENGTt,AU   Cu   Zn   As            SLUDGES              *.,
                                                                                                                                                                                  f'*~( ,'
                                                                                 AXIS
                                                                                                                                [ppb ppm   PPM PPro         No. from to           Ipp:".
                      Pyrite fragments s veinlets 2 mm ^-             .......    0-15 15-20                                                                                       \
                                                                                                                                                                          36. 58J
                                                                                                                                                            9420 33.53 l^i-j—nT--
                      Calcite veinlets o( lm                                    30-4C                                                                       94?1 36.J.5SJL35.62! 1 -
                                                                                                                                                            9422 39.62 42.67 T.
                                                                                                                                                            9423 12.67 45.72Tl-
      31.25 43.59     Transition back to breccia as before 39.65                                9583     31.5      33.5    2    37                          9424 15.72 48.791 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                          i
                                                                                                9584     33.5      35.5    2    49
                                                                                                9585     35.5                   4S-
                                                                                 48U                               39     3.5         80 .204    10
              34.89   Quartz vein ex 7cm as filling                                             9586     39.5      40     0.5   33
                                                                                                9587     40        42      2    22
                      Veining increases                                         45-50           9588     42        44      2    22    98   230    5
                                                                                                9589     42        46      2    27
                      Pyrite frequently concentrated along margins between                      9590     46        48      2    15
                      quartz s wall rock.


      43.59 44.34     Carbonaceous matrix
                      Pyrite breccia
                      Quartz veins                                              45-60


      44.34 46.90     Metavolcanic breccia and solid rock - pyrite.

                      Possibly some silicification - Hardness 6



      46.90 48.08     Carbonaceous matrix
                         Pyrite breccia


      46.90 48.08     Metavolcanic breccia and solid rock
1
              48.63   Epidotization

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          METKRS
                        ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                   CORE 1     *                 SAMPLE                       Analytical Result:
                                                                                    ANGLES•SULPH
       FROM     TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                     TO     1 DES   NUMBER       FROM       TO     LENGTt Au    Cu       Zn   As         SLUDGES                 ...Au,
                                                                                    AXIS                                                                               No . from     to         IpF-
                                                                                                                                        [PPk, ppm       ppm ppm
      52.70 56.01     Very little brecciation       . . . .                                        9591         48        50     i 2     34    74       134 40
                                                                                                   9592         50        52      2    27     7?        175       40   9425^8.79    51.82 : T'
                                                                                                   9593         52        54      2    37                              942651.82    54.86! Tr
      56.01 57.00     Zone of weak-badly broken core.                                                                                                                  9427^4.86    57 . 91 ; Ti
                         Numerous calcite s epidote seams         1mm               4.5-6C         9594         58        59      1   33     82         108       30   942857.91    60.96          Tr
                                                                                                   9595         59        61      2   34                               9429 iO.96   64.01         iTr
                                                                                                   9596         61        63      2   33                               9430 54.01   67.06          Tr
      57.00 57.52     Increased pyrite brecciation                                                 9597         63        64.5    1.5 18      90        181        5   9431 37.06   70.10          Tr
                                                                                                   9598         64.5      66.5    2    32                              9432 ro.10 73.15 b-
                                                                                                                                                                                            i
                                                                                                   9599         66.5      68.5    2    26
      57.52 58.57     Largely unbrecciated rock                                                    9600         68.5      70.5    ?,   71    90         206       15

      58.57 61.34     Pyrite carbonaceous brecciation



      61.34 61.94     Medium grained mafic-intermediate flow or -FP^PT


      61.94 67.58     Breccia with carbonaceous s pjyritic matrix
                                                                                                                                                                                        1




                                                                                    300
              66.36   Pvrite-rich vein oOmm



      67.58 68.63     Medium grained mafic-intermediate metavolcanic flow or                 5
                      feeder
                                                                                    500
                      Upper contact
                      Lower contact     indistince - core Broken



1     68.63 72.25     Liaht arey slightly porphyritic V"i -^•"i'- - altered mafic
                      to intermediate composition.

                      Pyritic breccia zones      70.69 to 71.00
                                                 71.68 to 71.73                                             i                                       i         l
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       METERS
                      ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                  CORE       1               SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                                 ANGLE;) SULPH
      FROM   TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                    TO      IDES    NUMBER    FROM       TO    LENGTf Au    Cu -Zn   As            SLUDGES      . a v/
                                                                                 AXIS
                                                                                                                                  [PPk hPPm ^ppm ppm          No. from 1   to JPP:
                                                                                 45 U
                    Brecciated quartz veins 5 to 15mm wide                                                                                                                    i
                                                                                                 9601      73        74      1    25                         19433 73.15 76.201 Tr
                                                                                                 9602      74.5      76^5    2    37                          9434 76.20 79.25 T:
                                                                                                 9603      76.5      78.5    2    27    66   145   20         9435 79.25 82.30: T:
                                                                                                 9604      78.5      79.5    1    26
                                                                                                 9605      79.5      85.4   5.9   15
                    Largely brecciated to unbrecciated---pyrite poor
                                                                                                 9605     Actual length      1

     75.51 75.81    Breccia zone, darker lava s quartz-carbonate filling.



     75.81 76.31    Contact - (quartz vein ct 2cm) with overlyina flow or        450
                    feeder


     76.31 76.70    Altered mafic to intermediate flow or feeder                 700



     76.70 76.99-   Breccia


     76.99 77.30    Medium grained



     77.99 80.97    Breccia to fine grained flow or tuff                         so0
                       Slightly porphyritic - l-5% phenocrysts 2mm near base -
                       77.50m


     80.97 81.38                                                                 40U
                    Flow banding
t—                     Some quartz veining parallel to flow banding to lcm


     81.38 81.62    Massive to sliqhtly brecciated intermediate flow.
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              METERS
                             ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                CORE      1                 SAMPLE                       Analytical Result:
                                                                                      ANGLES SULPH
            FROM     TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                  TO     IDES     NUMBER     FROM       TO    LENGTI AU   Cu       Zn   As            SLUDGES          ^,
                                                                                      AXIS                                               ppb ppm       ppm ppm        No . [from to      fp?;
           81.62 81.78     Extremely broken-quartz filled zone                                                                                                                           i
                                                                                                                                                                      9436(32. 3t3 85.34i T:
                                                                                                                                                                      9437B5.3'1 88.39' T;
           81.78 89.74      Resume with same rock type - brecciated in places.                                                                                        943S |B8. 3'? 91.44 : T^
                                                                                                                                                                      943S 91. 4^1 94. 49 i T:


*
                           Quartz veins at: oC l-7cm                                                                                                                  944 C 94.4?3 97.54 iT:
                                                                                                                                                                      9441J97.54tLOO.58 'Tr
                   82.05                                                              400                                                          i

                   82.45                                                               0?
                                                -                                     45U
                   83.32

                           Some veins quartz-chlorite                                 0-4O



           89.74 94.94     Graphitic slips - metavolcanic breccia                                     9606     89.4        89.7   0.3    19   40       143   10
                           Carbonaceous fillinqs                                                       9607     91       91.4     0.4    21
                           Pyrite fragments                                                            9608     93.4     95.5     2.1    14
                                                                                                       9609     95.5     97.5      2     45   78       152   10
9 —
                           Some portions more brecciated than others .
                           Some quartz veins c*. 3 to 5mm                                              9610     97.5     99.27    1.77   23
                                                                                                       9611     99.27    99.77    0.5    25
                                                                                                       9612     99.77   101.77     2     34   66       196   20
           94.94 96.47     Medium grained intermediate to mafic flow or feeder                       ^ 9613    101.77   103.77     2     26
                                                                                      300                                          2     22
                              Upper contact                          quartz ^ 2cm                      9614    103.77   105.77
                                                                                      300
                              Lower contact                          quartz ot. 2cm


           96.47 105.77    Altered mafic to intermediate metavolcanic breccia -
                           carbonaceous s pyrite matrix
                           Some pyrite fragments.
    fb
                           Some quartz veinlets - 3mm -


                           T.D. 105.77 meters
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                                                                                                           Surface        i   HORIZONTAL                        l DATE
                LOCATION             :;                   DIP TEST                       LEVEL                                COMPONENT    64.   2m               STARTED      24 June 1982
AREA   or                                             !             ANGLE                                                     VERTICAL                          i DATE
TWP.         Burrows Twp .                 METERS     \   R ECORDING L CORRECTED    :   Lf U l\ t   Olit   BQ             |   COMPONENT    63. 8m                 FINISHED     25 June 1982
                                                                                                           350.5 meters   j                310                  '! LOGGED BY
             L .550164                        85.34       -52 0
                                                                                   -, ELEVATION                               BEARING                                        R. P. Bowen
CLAIM No.                                                             ' -43             •pA cI'T'TMn
                                                                                                           474750             LENGTH       90. 53m               i PURPOSE TO test IP S EM
NTS 4 IP/ 14      UTM      zone 17                    i                            -i NORTHING                                CORE
                                                                                                           5290375                         Timmins office       !1   TOT. RECOVERY       933,
                                                                                                                              LOCATION

                                                                                                                                           Scale:     1:500
                 DIAMOND DRILL HOLE LOCATION SKETCH                                      N             Overburden
                                                                                                                          SURFACE
                                          SCALE:   1:5000                                                                                    Azimuth parallel to L 59 E - 31O
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                   METE PS
                                  ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                  CORE      1              SAMPLE                  Analytical Result:
                                                                                             ANGLES SULPH
                  FROM    TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                    TO     IDES    NUMBER   FROM      TO   LENGTt ———————
                                                                                             AXIS
                   0     3.05    Overburden

                 3.05    32.39   Altered mafic carbonitized metavolcanic breccia as in                                                                                             Hi————
                                    hole B-82-3.

                 32.39 47.11     Tuffaceous and metasedimfntai-y mri-f-s argillaceous anrJ

*                                   carbonaceous .                                                                                                                                 J————

                 47.11 55.32     Graphite with pyrite balls..... ^ .        .

                 55.32 88.88     Tuffaceous and metasedimentary units.

                 88.88 90.53     Komatiitic unit largely unaltered but fractures contain                                                                           i
                                   serpentine .

                                               T.D. 90.53 meters


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                              ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                   CORE      11                 SAMPLE                             Analytical Result:
                                                                                          ANGLE;iSULPH
                              (alteration, structure, mineralization)
                                                                                                                                                      l
                                                                                                                                                                                         SLUDGES
COLUMN    FROM      TO                                                                    TO
                                                                                          AXIS
                                                                                                   IDES    NUMBER     FROM         TO    LENGTI^ ——                                                           . Au,
                                                                                                                                                                                   No.        from     to       PF-
           0       3.0      Overburden; sand and till                                                                                                                                     l




          3.0 31.39         Collared in altered basalt possibly pillowed and brecciated                               3.05        4.25   1.2   49                        i
                                                                                                           9615
                                                                                                                      4.55        6.55    2    53              i                   J9443 3.0!     6.10 Tr
                          .-. .Carbonatization is prevalent as all pnr-i-irm effervesce                    9616
                               when HCI is applied.                                                        9617     ^ 6^55        8.55    2    32         68       238       50     9444 6. 1C    9.14 Tr
                                                                                                           9618       8.55       10.55    2    36              i                    9445 9.1' : 12.19 Tr
                           Breccia ^zones are possibly pillow margins that have been       ?-o0            9619      10.55       12.55    2    37                                   9446 L2.15 i 15.24 Tr
                           quenched. These zones are filled with:                                          9620      12.55       14.55    2    25         84       148 100
                              Graphite SO-90%                                                              9621      14.55       16.55    2    36                                     No sludge returr.
                              Pyrite    ID-20%                                                    ^I0-?0   9622      16.55       18.55    2    33                                     below 15.24 m.
                           Breccia    91^    Unbrecciated   IQ.%                                           9623      18.55       20.55    2    26         58       176       30
                                                                                          400                                    22.55    2    33
                           Fractures filled with calcite                                                   9624      20.55
                                                                                                           9625      22.55       24.55    2    38
                           Unbrecciated portion is medium grained t-o 1mm.                                 9626      24.55       26.55    2    47         68       143       25
                                                                                                           9627      26.55       28.25   1.7   34
                           Color: Medium to light grey                                                     9628      28.55       30.50    2    43
                           Hardness : 5-6                                                                  9629      30.50       32.50    2    32         58       256       40



                  13.25                                                                   200
                           Breccia   at 13.25m                                                       5

                           Fragments generally less than lcm but may exceed 5cm.
                           They are nearly always of the same composition and any
                           differences in appearance . may be attributed to grain si*^
                           All are aphanitic to fine grained. No banding or layering
                           is noted although some may be tuffaceous in o-rigfn.

                           In fragment pyrite does not exceed 5 *
                                                                                          20U
                  15.24
*^-
         20.42 20.72       Increase in graphite s pyrite in proportion to breccia
                           to 8 0*.                                                              25-30
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                          ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                  CORE      1              SAMPLE                        Analytical Result:
                                                                                     ANGLES SULPH
       FROM    TO         (alteration, structure, mineralization)                    TO     IDES    NUMBER   FROM      TO   LENGTI   i ——
                                                                                     AXIS                                                                i
      28.42 28.58      Gabbro dike-chill margins 1.5 to 2mm wide                                                                                                                1
                          Medium grained l-3mm. Mafic minerals appear to have
                          an lateration halo                                                                                                                                    i
                                                                                      250
                             Upper contact
                             Lower contact                                            7 S0                                                     i

                       Breccia as before



              29.94   Graphite slip.                                ,. . . .         4n0


      31.39 32,39-    Pseudosedimentary structures beginning.
                         Lonq thin somewhat contorted araphi-te K, w ry contorted
                         pyrite beds.

                      Secondary r-sl r-i -t-o vpinlfi-f-c in fractures.              4n0
                                                                                     450
                                                                                     600
                                                                                     300
                      Some parallel to bedding


      32.39 32.82     Metasedimentary unit: Musdtone- ar-gi Ti^r-er.^ and
                      carbonaceous in nature with fine to coarse grained pyr-i-t-P
                      disseminated and in layers or beds


                      Sulfides - pyrite                                                      30
                      Tops indicated down the hole or to the north by graded
                      bedding and flame structures .


1                     T nd i vi dna!   beds less than Inm to 2cm




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                        ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                     CORE      1               SAMPLE                       Analytical Result:
                                                                                      ANGLES SULPH
       FROM    TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                       TO     IDES    NUMBER    FROM       TO   LENGTIL Au    Oil    Zn As
                                                                                      AXIS
                                                                                                                                     iEEk.   ppm 1 ppm ppm


                      Rock hardness increases due to increased silica content
                      5-6
                                                             '-


      32.82 33.83     Dike similar to that at 28.42 to 28.58
                                                                                       50
                         Upper contact
                         Lower contact                                                200
                                                                                       30U
              33.22   Bedding at 30 to core axis.
                                                                                      450
                      Bedding at upper contact                     .. ......
                                                                                      450
                      Bedding at lower contact


      33.83 33.93     Metasedimentarv unit resumes .
                        Portions medium grained-greywacke compocsi-t-inn .
                        Finer arained portions mudstone si 7.0 s T-giim-* in..
                        composition -


      33.93 34.38     Metamorphism has caused calcite      crystals begin to
                      grow in the more fine grained portions generally 2mm
                      in diameter, some elongated 1 X 3mm and may nomprise
                      ID-15% of the rock in those units where they grow.
                      Thev are better developed in the jnore ea T-honaceotis layers
                      S less well developed in the more siliceous layers
                      probably due to less AI O being available.
                                                2. 3


      34.38 34.78     Carbonaceous argillite


1     34.78 34.96     Small gabbro dike

      34.96 36.23     Carbonaceous argillite                                                         9630     35.9       37    1.1   62
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                               ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                         CORE       1                SAMPLE                         Analytical Result:
                                                                                                 ANGLESiSULPH
             FROM     TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                           TO      IDES     NUMBER    FROM      TO   LENGTI
                                                                                                                                                    ^AU     Cu       Zn     As
                                                                                                 AXIS
                                                                                                                                                    IEEL   ppm       ppm ppm
            36.23 36.38      Pyrite                                                                      30-4C



            37.30 37.71     ..Apparant beainning..of calcite ,. de w 1 npmeni^ in tuf f aceous                    9631     37.6    38.5    0.9                                   j

                             metavolcanic or wacke zone metavolcanics .                                                                                          |


0
                                                                                                                  9632     40.6    42.3    1.7       15     40 |L22        25

                                                                                                  25 0
                    37.58    Carbonate veinleis      . 2mm wide
                                                                                                  ™0



            37.71 38.77     ....Carbonate veinle.ts parallel to bedding a re* o ffset those      ™0
                                                                                                 250
                              cutting the bedding.

                                                                                                 300
                             Beddincr
                                Some contortion of beds probably due -hn loadincr
                                although some may be ter-t-nni f



            38.77 40.73      Tuffaceous me t a vole* an i f n r war-Ve with miinei-ons calcite

9 —
                                                                                                 ^0 in-i
                             veinlets l-2mm wide .     Most at                                           5




            40.73 42.48     Bedded carbonaceous ar-gilli-he K tnf-F
                            Sulfides as pyrite                                                           IS-? D
                            Somewhat contorted beds.


            42.48 44.65      Tuffaceous metavolcanics or wacke - to 1mm qrain            size
                                Sulfides as pyrite -   1mm disseminated                                  1-3
    ^ft

                    43.28   Calcite veinlet 3mm
                                                                                                 in0
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                        ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                    CORE       *               SAMPLE                   |           Analytical Result:
                                                                                     ANGLE:) SULPH                                       'AU
       FROM     TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                      TO      IDES    NUMBER    FROM        TO    LENGT               Cu   Zn    As
                                                                                     AXIS                                                ppb         ppm ppm    ppm
      44.65 47.11     Mudstone-carbonaceous araillite-carbonitized                                   9562     44.65      46.33            58         116 302
                        Color: Medium grey                                                           9563     46.33      47.24               .1.2-
                        Hardness: 4-5                                                                9564     47.24      48.77               43      158 624


              44.90   Bedding                                                                        9465     48.77   50.29                  23
                         Pyritic bands to    1mm to lcm at:                                         9566      5n,29   51.82                  18
                            45.03 for 8cm                                                     80*?; 9567      51.82  53.34                   3?      56 156
                            45.27 for lcm                                                   70-8d 9568        53.34  54.86                   27
                      Rock appears quite tuff aceous-exhalati ve in ni-i gi n                        9569     54.86  56.39                   29
                      Where pyrite exceeds IQifc silira i nrr-psc^c: ale,-,                          9570     56.39 -57. 45                  2.1     36   73
                      Pyrite content in aeneral S-7% often to 10*fe         1mm


                                                                                     450
              45.55   Beddincr

                                                                                     500                                                                                                 !
                      Calcite veinlets   0.5cm s less
                         Veinlets parallel to core axis are cut by veinlets at
                                                                                       o0
                         an angle to the core axis .


                                                                                     300             9633     50.7    52.7        2          22
      47.11   55.32   Graphite                                    Beddina at
                      Numerous pyrite fragments and pyrite rich bands 2-5mm                          9634     52.7    54.7        2          22
                      Tuffaceous beds at:                                                            9635     54.7    56.7        2          33      28   84    10
                         47.93 to 48.27                                                      10-15
                                                                                     500
                         50.54 to 50.60                    calcite vein        2mm           10-15
                         52.36 to 52.47                                                      15-20
                         53.99 to 54.25                                                      10-15
                                                                                     300
                            Upper contact                                            40U
                            Lower contact
                      Calcite veins at:
1                        52.27
                         52.24
                                   3-4mm
                                      i™
                        53.04         5cm
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        METERS
                      ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                         CORE         S             SAMPLE                         Analytical Result:
                                                                                        ANGLE;S SULPH                                                                                 i
      FROM   TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                           TO      IDES     NUMBER   FROM       TO    LENGT
                                                                                                                                           Au 1 Cu    Zn    As
                                                                                        AXIS
                                                                                                                                           ppb Ippm   ppm   PPm                                   l
     55.32 57.44   Mudstone to wacke carbonaceous argillite with   X-2%
                     Carbonaceous fragments to *lcm and occasional                                       9636     56.7      58.6   1.9     19
                     carbonaceous beds    3mm                                           10-4 0
                     Some fragments contain up to lS-20% pyrite



     57.44 59.20   Mafic to intermediate tuff carbonitized crystals to 1mm.
                   Bedding is not evident.
                   Black specks may be chloritized -crushed pumice
                                                                                                         9637     58.6      60     1.4     26
                   Pyrite      1mm                                                               S
                                                                                                                                                                                              i
                                                                                                                                                                                              i
                   Quartz S quartz-calcite veins 1-1 .5cm
                     58.09
                       58.60     cil-t- by Iflf-fs-r w i nl f*1- a -f- fin0 22^
                       58.80



     59.20 62.48   Carbonaceous polymictic pebble pa^raconglomp-ra-i-p

                                                                                        300
                   Bedding
                   Good grading - tops down hole
                   Fragments:                            . .. ... .. . ......... ....
                      Graphite                                           20-30 !fc
                      Pyritized graphite S fine grained pyrite           ID-15%
                      Chert                                                 S-10%

                   Matrix varies in composition from graphite, 20-30* rh^rt r
                   ID-15%



1—
                                                                                        5-60
                   Minor veinlets of ea -rhona -t-**         7™^

                   Some pyrite as halls w-5 i-h A..ijuartz halo.

                   Pyrite contact increases with graphite contact.
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                         ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                   CORE      1               SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                                     ANGLE; SULPH
       FROM     TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                     TO      IDES   ,NUMBER   FROM       TO    LENGTt Au   Cu J5n    As
                                                                                     AXIS
                                                                                                                                     ppb . PPm [PPm PPI"
      62.48 62.80     Fragments become more angular and matrix more tuffaceous
                      indicating more violent exhalative activity. Graphite
                      zones decrease .

                      Pyrite rantart- appear--* -t-n increase to lS-20%



      62.80 66.56     Tuff to lapilli tuff
                      Fragments :                                                                   9.638     64.6      66.6    2    21    42   no    30
                           Pyrite
                           Graphite


              63.55   Mris^iv*^ *5i 1 1 -F *j ^o ^rm*a a }"*"*'il "t" fi^tn wir^*a
                      Some stringers.
                      Bedding rarely observed


      66.56 71.11     Bedding becomes more prominante .                                             9639      66.6      68.6    2    25
                      Some tuff S breccia zones do occur but are less than 30cm.
                      Gradational into intermediate tuff about 85.17.                               9640      69.2      71.2    2    30

                                                                                                                                                                           -
              68.27   Small felsic to intermediate medium light grey dike 10 to
                      80cm intrude the formation at about 40O causing some
                      brecciation along the contacts. Possilby drill went
                      down contact.


      71.11 72.77     Ultramafic - serpentine in fractures.
                      Fine chert beds at 70.97 S 71.14 2-3mm
1                     Small 2-3mm pyrite halle
                          itepT-yR-t-ai pyrite of f i np pyri t*5 aggravates or
                                                                                                    9641      71.2      73.2   2    23     42   101   10

                          segregat-ionc; along twflc; a-f- ?
                               70.43 S 71.33
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                            ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                      CORE       1             SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                                           ANGLE; SULPH
             FROM    TO     (alteration, structure, mineralization)                        TO      IDES   NUMBER   FROM       TO    LENGTI Au   Cu   Zn   As
                                                                                           AXIS
                                                                                                                                          PPb jPpm   PPm PP™                         1
                          Color: dusky blue areen to greenish black
                          Hardness : 4-5


            72.77 77.69   Graphite or carbonaceous mudstone exhibits flame structure        200           9642     73.2      75.2    2    63
                          into coarser overlying tuff to wacke .                                          9643     75.2      77.2    2    66

* —                       Pyrite contact 10-15 to 20% in places.
                                                                                                          9644
                                                                                                          9645
                                                                                                                   77.2
                                                                                                                   79.2
                                                                                                                             79.2
                                                                                                                             81.4
                                                                                                                                     2
                                                                                                                                    2.2
                                                                                                                                          44
                                                                                                                                          23
                                                                                                                                                48 1L64    10



                          Rock is broken or breccia-her? anr? nnnt-nr-t-prf T

                                                                                            400
                          Calcite veinlets .

             85.17


            87.90 88.88   Some potassic alteration.



            38^88 90.53   Ultrama-Fif                                                     30-35

0                            Serpent" "i rif* 3 1 riftrr •Fi-ar-f-^r-Ae^
                             Slightly macmetic
                                                                           0 - 5lfT1TT1


                             Color: Greenish black
                             Hardness : 4-5




                                 T.D. 90.53roeters

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                                                                                                '•' L EVEL                                    11   HORIZONTAL                          f DATE           0,
                   LOCATION                 i,                  DIP TEST                                                   Surface            :'   C OMPONENT   98. 6m                 " STARTED        t®     June 1982
AREA                                                                                           -..pppc o i 7 c            BQ                  •- VERTICAL                              •; DATE
TWP.           Burrows Township
                                                   m-r-nC
                                                 METERS
                                                            [
                                                                RECORDING
                                                                           ANGLE
                                                                             ;     CORRECTED    ; . J 'J rt L   d ! i t                        i COMPONENT      93. Om                  i FINISHED      28     June 1982
                                                    0       '    -45^               -4b                                                                               50
                                                                                               -:, ELEVATION               373.5 meters        i BEARING        32.                    ji   LOGGED BY   p -i?en
CLAIM                                             137.16         -52         ,      -43
        No '    L. 622314
                                                                                               -. EASTING                                     ;j LENGTH         137 . 16 meters        ':" PURPOSE To test mag S IP
                                                                                                                           473425
NTS     4 IP/ 14     UTM      Zone 17                                                             . vnRmHING                                  ii CORE
                                                                                                                                                                Timmins office         •.   TOT. RECOVERY       98%
                                                                                                ,(                         5291800            i! LOCATION

                                                                                                                                                                Scale:     1:750
                                                                                      N
                                        HOLE LOCATION SKETCH
                                                                                       V                                                  SURFACE
                                                                                                                                                                 Azimuth parallel to L 40 E - 32.5^

                                                                                                                  Overburden * -s* j



                                                                                                                                                                            Volcanic units silicified and
                                                                                                                                                                               pyritized




                                                                                                                                                                                                                      T.D.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      137.16 m
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                           ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                CORE                     SAMPLE                        Analytical Result:
                                                                                    ANGLES SULPH
      FROM        TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                  TO     IDES    NUMBER   FROM      TO   LENGTt   i ——
                                                                                    AXIS
       0         18.90   Overburden

     18.90 34.97         Altered felsic to intermediate tuff with local pyritic
                            concentrations ^


     34.97 40.68         Mafic to intermediate metavnl nanir-s with Inoally disse
                           minated pyrite.

     40.68 41.67         Breccia zone .

     41,67 56.16         Felsic to mafic series of tuffs with some flow units.

     56.16 61.57         Volcanic-sedimentary-exhalitive zone with some araphitic
                           s pyritic zones .

     61.57 91.14         Felsic-interroediate tuff-lapilli tuffs.

     91.14 93.16         Basaltic komatiite

     93.16 118.41        Diabase dike

 118.41 132.22           Felsic to intermediate tuffs ft 1 anil li t-.nffs-
             11
 132.22 137.16           Felsic to intermediate tuffs s lapilli tuffs with
                            K-feldspar s epidote alteration and fine disseminate
                           pyrite .

                                          T.D. 137.16 meters




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                       ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                   CORE                     SAMPLE                       Analytical Result:
                                                                                   ANGLES SULPH
      FROM     TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                     TO     IOES    NUMBER   FROM       TO
                                                                                                                                   Au
                                                                                                                           LENGTIi ——
                                                                                                                                      Cu      Zn   As              SLUDGES        Au/
                                                                                   AXIS                                           ppb ppm    ppm   ppm i       No . ferom    to   PPi
        0    18.90   Overburden; sand and till
                                                                                                                                                               J——

     18.90 33.10     Collared in altered felsic to intermediate prophyr-i 1-i r                                                                                9447 18. 2 C 21.34 Tr
                     welded f crystal) tuff. Potassic?                                            9646     22.30     22.86 0.56   22                           9448 11.34 24. 38 Tr
                                                                                                  9647     23.47     25.55 2.08   40    16   84       5        9449 24. 3E 27. 34 Tr
                     Color: Medium light to medium grey                                           9648     28.65     30.65 2       33                          9450. '7.34 JO 4JL^r
                     Hardness : 6-7                                                               9649     30.65     33.07 2,42    25
                                                                                                                                                                  No slueIge, returr.
                     Fractures filled' with calcite                                                                                                               below 1 0.48 m
                     Pyrite fragments to 2cm
                     Disseminated pyrite                                                   5-7

                     Some pyrite concentrations as brecciated massive pyrite        -O     80*

                     Flow   banding             30-5 0O                           3 0-5Q
                     Some   portions exhibit local brecciation possibly due to
                     flow   after deposition or pyroclastic activity.
                     Tops   indicated to north.



     33.10 34.97     Mafic to intermediate flow sliahtly carbonit-ized.                           9650     34.92     37.08 2.16   44    64   137   in
                     Appears conformable to flow.


                                                                                    350
             33.10   Contact


                                                                                   450
             34.97   Contact
                     Color: Medium dark grey


*—           33.83   Siliceous portion caused by al t-.Ai-ai-inn   "^ wide .

                                                                                   450
                     Felsic to intermediate welded tuff - porphyritic
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                     ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                       CORE      1               SAMPLE
                                                                                                                                          i
                                                                                                                                              Analytical Result:
                                                                                     ANGLES SULPH
      FROM   TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                         TO     IDES    NUMBER    FROM      TO   LENGTf Ail       Cu —Zll- As
                                                                                     AXIS
                                                                                                                                    ppb   IEP.SL ,ppm   ppm
                   Disseminated pyrite up to        5*                                       1-T



     34.97 36.12   Mafic to intermediate metavolcanic flow or transition zone
                   with some felsic portions.
                      Pyrite cubes OC l-3mm                                                  5-7



     36.12 36.45   Narrow mafic unit conformable to metavolcanics so it is
                   probably a flow.
                   Color: Medium dark grey


     36.45 37.29   Fine grained mafic metavolcanic

                   Pyrite cubes l-2mm


     37.29 38.66   Gradual trans! -hi on to m^in^ tn rr,a T-CO gj-a i rv** f low .



     38.66 38.87   Returns to fine grained with pyrite cube?; .

                   Calcite veinlets at 100 s 55O .


     38.87 40.68   Transition to medium light grey fine to very fine grained                        9651     38.96   41.00   2.04 30
                   possibly water laid tuff .

                   Banding weakly developed                                          4S0
                   Porphyritic (crystal)                                                                                                                                        1
l—                 Some fragments noted


     40.68 41.67   Breccia zone
                      Some,, chip ri tizatioji   ——^^———.M—™..——-—-—-^—-—--————
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                        ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                             CORE                          SAMPLE                        Analytical Result:
                                                                                              ANGLES SULPH
       FROM     TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                               TO         IDES    NUMBER    FROM      TO    LENGTI .AU——   On   7,n    ..JkS—
                                                                                              AXIS
                                                                                                                                               ppb PPI"        PPm     PPm
                      Quartz, calcite S pyrite                                                 4 S0
                                                                                                                 9652     41.00   42.67    1.67 26
                      See veins s veinlets                 Some at 10                                            9653     42.67   44.75    2.08 23 40          58          5
                                                                                                                  9654    44.75   46.38    1.53    14
                      JPossiblv some sericite aloncr slips^                                                     . 9655    47.55   49.66    2.11    38


      41.67 44.74     Fine grained felsic to intermediate pyroclastic.
                      Portions tuffs to lapilli to tuff breccia.


              42.5    Good flow boundary similar rock over lies tops down hole.               450


              43.89   Clay seam oC 9cm.


      44^74 51.87     Mafic to intermediate •Flow wi f-h •snnw* -i nto-i-me^i ate to felsic
                      portions .                                                                                 9656     50.34   51.79    1^42 41        40   71     30
                      Medium to fine grained—poi-t ion s aphani't-ii-                                            9657     51.79   52.12    0.33 18
                      Medium dark grey to dar-k greenish g-rpy .                                                 QfiSft   52.5S   5^.1 Q   0.61 22

                      Disseminated pyrite        1mm more prevalent in some places                       1-5     9659     54.96   57.02    2.06 22        48   209 10
                      than in others .

                      Some flow boundary noted                                                400

                                                                                              500
                      Calcite veinlets 3mm
                      Breccia fragmental units - 48.30 - 49.71
                                                     50.27 - 52 ^7



|     51.87 52.12     Quartz vein           10    upper, 40   lower


                                                                                              450
      52.12 55.67     Metavolcanics continue
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        METERS
                     ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                     CORE      *               SAMPLE                    Analytical Result:
                                                                                   ANGLES SULPH
      FROM   TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                       TO     IDES    NUMBER    FROM      TO   LENGTI Au   Cu     Zn   As
                                                                                   AXIS
                                                                                                                                |PPk   PPm   2E5L ppm
                   Medium grained zone with pyrite fragments for 17cm at
                   52.40.

                   Flow bandinq S fragments .                                      450


                   Medium grained zones at:
                      53.25 to 53.83
                      54.05 to 55.09

                   Quartz s pyrite at:
                     54.03


     55.67 56.15   Altered transition zone
                      Bleached and brecciated metavolcanics with araphite                         9660     57.02   58.93   1.91 33
                      and calcite in fractures .                                                  9661     58.93   60.05   1.12 26
                   Either felsic or silicified mafic unit.                                        9662     60.05   60.50   0.45 23     68    112     5
                   Color: Very light grey                                                         9663     60.50   62.36   1.86 15
                   Hardness : 6-7

                   Contact with darker mafic unit is not sharp so si li fi -Fi -
                   cation is suspected.


     56.15 61.57   Beginning of an aphanitic volcanic-sedimentary (exhalative)
                   zone .
                   Hardness: 4-5 possibly altered mafic - intermediate vole.
                      Very fine greenish grey to light olive grey with
                      graphitic or carbonaceous zones with pyrite cubes
                      l-5mm
                                                                                   45U
*—                 Bedding - not well developed

                   Quartz-calcite veinlets usually ^ lcm wide.
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                        ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                   CORE                      SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                                    ANGLE! SULPH
       FROM     TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                     TO     IDES    NUMBER    FROM      TO    LENGTI^Au    Cu Zn    As
                                                                                    AXIS                                          ppb     ppm ppm ppm
      51.57 87.78     Altered mafic to intermediate volcanic-tuff lapilli-tuff .                   9664     62.36   64.48    2.12  22
                         Sliahlty carbonitized.                                                    9665     64.48   66.37    1.89 16       36    59      5
                         Disseminated pyrite .                                              1-5    9666     66.37   68.43    2.06 25
                                                                                     4 S0
                         Carbonaceous seams l-2mm parallel to beddincr                             9667     68.86   71.01    b. is 30
                      Color:
                      Hardness: 4-5                                                                9668     75.41   75.53    b. 12   33   480 332        5

                      Quartz- carbonate veinlets                                   10-30           9669     76.00   77.67    1.67    21
                        Some sharp, some ragged.
                                                                                                   9670     81.65   83.74    2.09    19
                      Medium grained flow portion at:                                              9671     83.74   86.00    2.26    19   44    145      3
                         65.40 - 65.99
                      Some portions brecciated or as lapilli zones.


              75.45   Pyrrhotite - pyrite - zone         4cm                        450
                        Po                                                                  15
                         Pv                                                                 10

                      Medium grained flow portion at:
                         77.11 -^78.03
                         78.18 - 78.76
                         84.43 - 84.67
                         86.01 - S6-2?
                         86.31 - 86.54
                         fifi.qq . R7.67
                         87.68 - 87.78


      87.78 90.76     Highly altered zone of lapilli tuff and tuffaceous                           Qfi77    R7.68   89. ST   2.17    16
                      intermediate to mafic metavolcanics .                                        9673     89.81   91.16    1.35    21

1                     Some portions porphyritic.
                      Potassic alteration.
                      Epidote .
                      Calcite veinlets .
                                                                                    45U 10*
                      Pyrite as cubes and along beddina planes .                                                                                                              1
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        METERS
                      ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                  CORE      1                SAMPLE                        Analytical Result:
                                                                                 ANGLES SULPH
      FROM   TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                    TO     IDES    NUMBER     FROM      TO    LENGTt    AU   Cu Zn          As
                                                                                 AXIS                                                     ppm ppm        ppm
                                                                                                                                    ppb
                    Some portions silicified.
                    Chlorite s black chert.



     30.76 92.66    Hard dark metavolcanic fmafic-basalt-andesiteV
                    Color: Dark greenish grey                                                                                                  1
                    Hardness : 5-6
                    Epidote veinlets .


     31.12 91.14                                                                 450
                    Quartz vein conformable to bedding


     91.14 92.66    Very fine grained til t rama f i o                           4S0
                       Serpentine in f ra r: ti IT-PS
                       Becomes more coarse grained down the hole givina rise
                       to south facing tops.?


     92.66 93.16    Ultramafic coarse s altered
                       92.66                                                     45
                       93.16                                                     45 -
                    Contacts highly altered S rusty
                    Color: Greenish black
                    Hardness : 4-5

                    Some disseminated pyrite and potassic alteration and some
                    carbonitization .


     93.16 L18.41   Diabase dike                                                                9674     118.16   L20.07   1.91 66        24       98    5
                                                                                                                                                                              —rr
1—                  Medium grained                                                                                                                                              *
                    Dark grey
                    Slicrhtly magni^i/-
                    Some epidote veinina S alteration                           20-3C
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                       ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                     CORE                       SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                                     ANGLESJSULPH
      FROM    TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                       TO      IDES   NUMBER     FROM      TO   LEMGTI 1 Au   Cu   7.n    As
                                                                                     AXIS
                                                                                     45U                                            [ppb    PPm.-EPm. , PPI"
                     Upper contact
                                                                                     400
                     Lower contact

                                                                                                    9675     120.07   122.05 1.98      30
     118.41128.3     Intermediate Jio^ felsic wi fh ROIHP mafic nortionc;   fnsrmw                  9676     122.05   124.05 2         11
                     mafic dikes)                                                                   9677     124.05   125.68 1.63      33   46   52     5
                     Tuff-lapilli tuff S tuff breccia
                     Some portions porphyritic                                                      9678     125.98   126.53 0.55      12
                     Bedding                                                         45 0
                                                                                                    9679     127.10   128.15 1.05 12
                     Disseminated pyrite throughout with zone of up to 15-2O*                1-5    9680     128.15   130.15 2    732       50   50    10
                     some pyrite fragments s stringers.                                             9681     130.15   131.29 1.14 60

                     Color:  Very light grey to medium grey to dark crreenish
                             grey
                     Hardness: 5-6 in places possibly 7

                     Mafic dikes   124.05 to 124.68
                                   126.36 to 127.01


     128.32 128.65   Very fine grained intermediate dike.
                     Greenish grey to dark greenish crrev with ja pinkish cast.
                                                                                     30U
                        Upper contact
                                                                                     500
                        Lower contact

                     Quartz vein 2-3m with chlorite                                  25U

                                                                                                                                                                              ^


i—   128.65 128.85   Pyroclastic tuff-breccia - felsic to intermediate


     128.85 129.31   Very fine qrained intermediate dikf^
                     Very similar to dike at 128.32 t-o 1 7R -fiS
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         METERS
                          ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                            CORE      %               SAMPLE                    Analytical Result:
                                                                                               ANGLES SULPH
       FROM     TO        (alteration, structure, mineralization)                              TO      IDES   NUMBER    FROM      TO   LENGTI Au   Cu   Zn    As
                                                                                               AXIS                                          PPb   ppm ppm ppm
                        Upper contact                                                          ™u
                        Lower contact                                                          250



     129.33 132.22      Felsic-intermediate tuff to tuff -breccia                               450
                                                                                                              9682     131.29 133.19 1.90     52
                           Quartz vein at 20O offset by quartz vein at 0O to 10O                              9683     133.19 135.17 1.98     66   62   63    5
                           each ot 3mm wide .                                                                 9684     135.17 136.02 0.85     40



              129. 1C   Pyrite breccia zone ot 2cm thick .

                        Potassic alteration note with epidote


     132.2: 132.41      Very fine qrained intermediate dike
                           Potassic alteration
                                                                                               ^0
                              Upper contact
                                 Lower contact not well defined indicating t-h^ nnit-
                                 is POSSiblV a tuffaceous unit u neon -forma h 1 y overlying
                                 the more mafic to intermediate uni t- h#*1nw

                        Color:     Very similar to dikes at 128.32 & 128.85m.


              132.36                                                                           450
                        Quartz vein     5mm with chlorite potassic-epidote alteration
                        5mm each side .


     L32.41 135. 9S     Color s texture chanae
                           Color: Dark areenish grey
                           Texture more medium drained slightly porphyritic
9—                      Intermediate to mafic metavolcanic pyroclastic in nature .

                        Potassic and epidote alteration.
                           133.35 to 135.99
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        METERS
                        ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                  CORE       t               SAMPLE                     Analytical Result:
                                                                                   ANGLE; SULPH                                   ATI
      FROM     TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                    TO      IDES   NUMBER     FROM      TO   LENGT AU—    Cu    Zn   As
                                                                                   AXIS
                                                                                                                                  ppb   ppm   ppm   ppm
                      Pyrite < T mm                                                        1-^


                      Quartz veins 3 to 5mm                                       1 p-?o
                        Some calcite present s in fractures also.


     135. 9S 136.4.   Mafic dike
                        Upper contact                                               400
                        Lower contact                                               4Q0


                                                                                    450
     L37.43 137.16    Porphyritic tuff-lapilli-tuff mafic; to intPr-mPrHatP in                    9685     136.50   137.16 0.66 37
                      composition.
                        K-feldspar fraoments S crystals noted as are alteration
                        rims around some feldspars .
                      Syenite dike         4 Sr-m at- 1 7fi AT
                                                                                    450 5-7


             136.96   Fine grained - fraomental interface                          650




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            METERS
                         ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                     CORE                     SAMPLE                   Analytical Result:
                                                                                       ANGLE: SULPH
        FROM    TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                       TO      IDES   NUMBER   FROM      TO   LENGT(i ——    |
                                                                                       AXIS
        0      3.66    Overburden

       3.66    17.37   Mafic metavolcanic flow.

       17.37 LOO. 42   Mafic to intermediate tuffaceous metavolcanic units with
                         l-5% disseminated pyrite s quartz s carbonate veining.

      100.42 L01.69    Sulfide (pyrite-pyrrhotite) iron formation.

      101.69 L10.85    Mafic metavolcanic tuffs s flows

      110.85 L12.88    Oxide iron formation

      112.88 L32.52    Mafic metavolcanic tuffs

      132.52 L38.59    Carbonitized s steatized koma-H i t-^
                         Carbonitized?
     138.59 L57.38     Intermediate to mafic tuffs s flows

      ..57.38 163.38   Series of sulfide (nvH t-p-nvrrhot-i f-^1 with some maonetite
                          and garnetiferous bedded iron formations inter! ayered
                          with mafic metavolcanic tuffs .

     163.38 170.52     Felsic to intermediate tuff S tuff breccia.

     170.52 188.67     Gabbro

                                       T.D. 188.67 meters




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            METERS
                          ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                  CORE      i                SAMPLE                        Analytical Result:
                                                                                     ANGLES SULPH-
       FROM      TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                    TO     IDES     NUMBER    FROM       TO    LENGTI i Au Cu    Zn ^As               KLUDGES                nu./
                                                                                     AXIS
                                                                                                                                       PPb. Pt"" PPm ppm        No.     fro pi      to        pob
        0       5.18    Overburden:    sand S till
                                                                                                                                                                                     |
                                                                                                                                                                9451    3.05   6.10 j Tr
       5.18     17.37   Mafic metavol nanics - Iron tholeii-hes
                                                                                     40U                                                                        9452    6.10     r^9.i4Tr
                        Garni ti fe rous garnets 3-5mm                                               9741      7.01      8.23   1.22 22                         9453    9.14  12.19    Tr
                        Amphibolitized in places                                                     9742      8.23      9.23    1   10                         9454   12.19  15.24    Tr
                        Color: Greenish black                                                                                                                   9455   15.28  18.29    Tr
                        Hardness : 5-6                                                               9743     11.28   13.28      2     16     96   74    ND     9456   18.29  21.34    Tr
                                                                                                                                                                9457   71.^4 24.38     Tr
                        Magnetite disseminated (slightly magnetic) to 1mm size.                      9744 '   14.33   16.33      2     25                       9458   24.38 27.34     Tr
                        Not enough to be classified as an iron formation .                                                                                      9459   27.34 30.48
                        Pyrite disspmi nated and AS frar-t-n-rp fi Hinge             15        3-5                                                              9460   30.48 33.53     Tr
                                                                                                                                                                9461   33.53 36^58
                                                                                                                                                                           i———        Tr

               6.78     5cm diabase dike                                                                                                                    .

                        Quartz-carbonate veinlets ^parallel to bedding S up to 15O
                        to core angle .

                        Pyrite contact increases with chlorite contact

                        3m lost core between 5.18       8.23m


              11.98     Quartz veinincr over 1.5m, some pyrite                             1-5
                          Grey carbonate veins to lcm

                        Some portions tuffaceous while others may be pillowed.


       17.37 35.80      Mafic to intermediate tuffaceous metavolcanic.               450
|...                    Minor disseminated pyrite .                                             1

                        Color: Medium dark grey
                        Hardness : 5-6
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         METERS
                        ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                 CORE      1                SAMPLE                         Analytical Result:
                                                                                  ANGLES SULPH
       FROM    TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                   TO     IDES     NUMBER    FROM      TO   LENGTl
                                                                                                                                 AU     Cu  Zn              As         SLUDGES           ^            a,,/
                                                                                  AXIS
                                                                                                                                  ppb |ppm ppm              ppm No.     from        to               pob
                      Some zones bleached to sliohtly prophyritic                                                                                                                                i
                                                                                                                                                                                                 T~
                                                                                                                                                 i              9462 36.58 39.62                     Tr
                      Contacts of rock types gradational                                                                                                        9463 39.62 42.67                     Tr
                                                                                                                                       1                        9464   42.67    45.72 i Tr
                                                                                                                                                 i              9465   45.72    48.79 Tr
      35.80 44.50     Fine drained mafic roetavolcanic flow                        400
                                                                                                                                                                946^   48.79    51.82 Tr
                         Some banding.                                                                                                                          9467   51^82    54.86
                                                                                                                                                                9465   34^86    57.91 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                946S   57.91    69.96 Tr
      44.50 45.50     Coarse grained - l-3mm gabbroic portion although chlorite   40
                      stringers indicate this is a coarse grained metavolcanic
                      flow.                           _   . . ,



      45.50 48.92     Continue as fine grained mafic metavolcanic flow.
                      Some thin Quartz s carbonate veins s frant-.ure fillings.


      48.92 50.32     Slightly contorted porphyritic tuffaceous s ash (.cherty)   50              9745     48.67   50.67    2    12
                      layered pyroclastic - mafic to intermediate



      -50.32 59.38    Tuffaceous to ash wp^kly banded flow (mafic composition)
                         Some quartz S carbonate veining S frarvt-ure fillings
                         Disseminated pyrite    ,. ...                                      1-3   9746     58.55   60.55    2    18        126       76    ND
                         Biotite rich



              57.72   Sulfides increases s core becomes sliahtly magnetic.


                                                                                  450
|     59.38 59.61     Tuffaceous zone
                      Coarse drained.
                                          62
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              METERS
                              ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                                          CORE       X              SAMPLE                         Analytical Result:
                                                                                                                 ANGLES SULPH
            FROM      TO      (alteration, structure, mineralization)                                            TO     IDES    NUMBER    FROM       TO   LENGT Au        Cu Zn ^As                 SLUDGES       'Au/
                                                                                                                 AXIS                                                                               from
                                                                                                                                                                PPb       PPI" |PPra PPm   No.             to    f PPb
           sq.fii   67.83   Mafic metavolcanic flow                                                              1-3                                                                                             i

                                                                                                                                9747      62.10 63.10      1    18                         9470    60.96   64.01 Tr
                            Some quartz S carbonate veining                                                                                                                                9471    64.01   67.06 ^Tr
                               Some disseminated pyrite .                                                                                                                                  9472    67.06   70.10 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                                           9473    70.10   73.15 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                      l
                                                                                                                                                                                           9474    73.15   76.20 Tr
* —— 67.83          68.65   Mafic tuffaceous zone.                                           ...... . . ......                                                                             9475    76.20   79.25 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                                           9475    79.25   82.30 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                                           9477'   82.30   85.34 Tr
           68.65 73.34                                                                                           450
                            Mafic^ metavolcanic flow with tuffaceous portions^           ..... ,. .
                               Possibly pillowed in places .
                            Some quartz s carbonate veins .
                            Disseminated pyrite                                                                          1-3
                            Some amphobilitization


                    70.92   Porphyritic zone


           [73.34 73.84     Quartz pyrite magnetite zone .                                                                      9748     73.34      73.84 0.5   15

9          73.84 81.83      Mafic metavolcanic flow.



           81.8=3 84.92     Tuffaceous -   (banded in places i nrH. ea-t-A ng.water T air?
                            portions) mafic metavolcanics.

                                                                                                                 S S0
                            Beddina

                            Quartz S carbonate veinlets        lcm
    4b
    ^                          Pyrite                                                                                    i--?
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                       ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                     CORE       %                SAMPLE                            Analytical Result:
                                                                                     ANGLESx SULPH
      FROM    TO       (alteration, structure, mineralization)                       TO      IDES     NUMBER    FROM       TO     LENGTI
                                                                                                                                           ,AU     Cu Zn     As      SLUDGES                    7\11 i
                                                                                     AXIS
                                                                                                                                            PPb.   PPm ppm   ppm So.   from             to     "PP~
     84,91   85.06   Intermediate intrusive dike                         ...... ,.   55
                        K-feldspar - ID-15%                                                                                                                       9478      85.34      88.39   Tr
                        Plagioclase- SO-55%                                                                                                                       9479      88.39      91.44   Tr
                        Amphibole    - 30%+                                                                                                                       9480      91.44      94.49   Tr
                                                                                                                                                                  9481      94.49      97.54   Tr
                                                                                                                                                                  9482      97.54     100.58   Tr
                                                                                     600
     85.06 100.42    Banded tuffaceous mafic me ta volcanics as before                                                                                            948J     100 J 58   103.63   Tr
                                                                                                                                                                  9484     103.63     106.68
                                                                                                                                                                  9485    J.06.68     109.73    Tr
             86.54   Pyrite with zone                                                        5-10                                                                 9486    109.73      112.28



             86.73   Pyrite-pyrrhotite rich zone                                             15-2 )    Q749    86.48      87.48   1        10      440 556   ND

                     Some bands or beds medium grained, some aphanitic.
                     More coarse grained tuffaceous beds biotite rich.
                     Graded bedding not pronounced but could possibly be
                     detected microscopically.
                     Best -iudqement down the hole or north.


                     K-feldspar veinlets - often associated with quartz - some
                     carbonate as well - no sulf ides .



    LOO .42 101.69                                                                   450                                                   21
                     Pyritic-pyrrhotitic chert interlayered with pyritic-                              9750    100.42     102.42 2
                     pyrrhotite ironstone .
                     Slightly magnetic
                     Some portions are contorted S brecciated




M   L01.69 L10.85    Mafic metavolcanics - some portions tuffaceous

                     Some carbonate s quartz wining - no sulfide!?
                        Veining often contorted.
                     Some biotite -ri eh portions^____________^^________                                                                                                                ...
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                               ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                 CORE       {               SAMPLE                         Analytical Result:
                                                                                         ANGLE; SULPH
             FROM    TO        (alteration, structure, mineralization)                   TO      IDES   NUMBER     FROM      TO    LENGTIj   AH    Cu Zn     As            c LODGES            Au,
                                                                                         AXIS                                                                                from       to    fpi-
                                                                                                                                             PPb ppm .PPI" Jppm     No.
                             .Some talc chlori-t-p rnn^c- wh-ir-h could be ultramafic.
                                                                                                                                                                    9487    112.78    115.82,'Tr
                                                                                                                                                                    9488    115.82    118.87
            110.85112.88     Magnet! tic-pyritic-pyrrhoti tic chert interlayered with                   9751      110.85 112.85     2        30                     9489    118.87    121.92 Tr
                             macmetite-pyrite-pyj-rhotite i.-rrms-t-nnp .                                                                                           9490    121.92    124.97 Tr

* —         112.88132.52     Mafic roetavolcanic tuff as before with faiotite-rich        4 S0
                                                                                                                                                                    9491
                                                                                                                                                                    9492
                                                                                                                                                                    9493
                                                                                                                                                                            124.97
                                                                                                                                                                            128.02
                                                                                                                                                                            131.06
                                                                                                                                                                                      128. 02 J
                                                                                                                                                                                      131.06
                                                                                                                                                                                      134.11
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Tr
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Tr
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Tr
                             portions .                                                                                                                             9494    134.11    137.16      Tr
                                                                                                                                                                    9495    137.16    140.21
                             Quartz S carbonate veins, some parallel to bedding          30                                                                         9496    140.21    143.26      Tr
                                                                                                                                                                    9497    143.26    146.30      Tr
                             K-feldspar veinlets.                                                                                                                   9498    146.30    149.35 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                    9499    149.35    152.40 Tr
                                                                                                                                                                    9500    152.40    155.45 Tr
            130. 5C 132.83   Talc-chlorite zone - ultramafic                                                                                                        9501    155-45    158.50


            132.83 133.21    Light olive grey porphyritic dike                           45 0
                                Possibly a sill .
                             Baked (dark brown to blackl K fine grained.
*                            Chill margins on either side.


            133.21 138.59    Talc-chlorite-carbonate zone - ultramafic
                             Fine quartz bands - recrvstal chert?

                             Larger quartz veinlets to 5cm are brecciated.

                             Color: Dusky green.
                             Hardness : 3-4
    ^fc
    ^^
            L38.59 L57.38    Intermediate to mafic; nxst-^w^^ani^ - tuffaceous                          9752     138.83   130.83    1        26   104 54      iro
                              Aphanitic to fine grained
                              Porphyritic in places .
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                               ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                 CORE         1               SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                                         ANGLE:•SULPH
       FROM   TO               (alteration, structure, mineralization)                   TO        IDES    NUMBER    FROM      TO   LENGTI   Au   Cu   Zn   As             SLUDGES          Au/
                                                                                         AXIS                                                                              from    to       'PP-
                                                                                                                                             ppb ppm   ppm ppm   No.
                             Disseminated pyrite                                                   1-3
                             Some parallel to bedding                                                                                                            9552 158.50 161.54 Tr
                             K-feldspar S quartz veins, some with pyrite.                                                                                                         i
                             Coarser- pyri -t-p - l-3mm in more coarse grained zones
                             More tuffaceous portion before sulfide zone.

                         Carbonate veinlets contorted.
                         Aphanitic to fine drained
                         Porphyritic in places
     157.38 157.59       Pyrite-pyrrhotite-chert zone                                    600               9753     157.38 159.38  2   22
                          Crudely banded - magnetic                                                        9754     159.38 160.93 1.55 23
                         Pyrite :                                                                  7-1 n
                         Pyrrhotite:                                                            10-15


     157.59 158.05       Mafic metavolcanic flow                                         6O


     158.05 158.53      Pyrite-pyrrhotite-chert zone              Banded - contoi-fprf   60
                           Magnetic
                        Pyrite                                                                  10-15
                        Pyrrhotite                                                              15-20



     158..53 60.63      Garnet-chlorite rich zone                                        55
                     .. ..     Some beddincr-tuffaeeous-magnoi-ir'


     160.63 60.93       Pyrite-pyrrhotite-chert-carbonate zone                           70
                          Pyrite :                                                              7-10
                               Pyrrhotite:                                                      7-10
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                           ROCK TYPE AND DESCRIPTION                                  CORE      *              SAMPLE                      Analytical Result:
                                                                                      ANGLES SULPH
      FROM      TO         (alteration, structure, mineralization)                    TO     IDES    NUMBER   FROM      TO   LEMGTI All—   CuJ Zn   As              SLUDGES           Au/
                                                                                      AXIS                                                                          from      to      pp"
                                                                                                                                   PPb     PP™ ppm PPm    No.
     160.9: 163.8E ..Mafic me t a volcanics tuff K tuff h-r^mi*
                                                                                                                                  ———i———                 9553     161.54   161.59 T r
                                                                                                                                                          9554     161.59   167.64 Tr
     L63.88 170.51 Felsic to intermediate metavolcanics-welded tuff                    55                                                                 9555     167.64   170.69
                        Porphyritic                                                                                                                       9556     170.69   173.74 Tr
                        Grey greenish. grey bands.      Some light olive grey.                                                                            9557     173.74   176.78,   Tr
                                                                                                                                                          9558     176.78   179.83    Tr
                                                                                                                                                          9559     179.83   182.88    Tr
             164.24,    Garnitiferous-chloritic zone vi 2 3cm.                                                                                            9560     182.88   185.93    Tr
                                                                                                                                                          9561     185.93   188.67    Tr

             176.00 Pyrrhotites pyrite zone           3cm.


     .70.51 188.67 Coarse grained mafic intrusive-gabbro?
                       ^Transitional contact indicates the nni t- ^nnlrt Be a thick
                        flow.

                        Some banding is noted as are wisps-like stringers .

                        Minor quartz s carbonate veinlets.




                                  T.D.   188.67 meters




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                                  SAMPLE INVENTORY

               Samples are in the Ministry of Natural Resources
               Core Library at Kirkland Lake, Ontario.
               The following list notes the distance from the
               surface where each sample submitted was taken from,

B-32-1         B-82-2             3-82-3          3-82-k          3-82-5       B-82-6
  3.66 m         9.75 m             3.66     m      3.05 m         18.90 m       5.13      m
 11.26 m        17.35 m            11.26     in    10.65 m         26.50 n      12.73      m
 18.86 m        2k. 95 m           18.86     m     18.25 m         3k. 10 m     20.38      m
 26. k6 m       P2.55 m            26. k6    c     25.35 m         kl.70 n      27.98      m
 3k. 06 m                          3k. 06    m     33.^5 m         k9.3Q n      35-53      m
 kl.66 m        k7^75 K            kl.66     n     kl . 05   El    56.90 m      k3.l8      n
 k9.26 m        55.35 m            k9.26     m     k8.55 a         6k. 50 m     50.78      m
 56.85 m        62.95 m            56.86     m     56.25 m         72.10 m      53.38      m
 61.06 m        70.55 a            6k . ^6   m     63.85 ra        79.70 a      65.98     m
                72.05 m            72.06     m     71. k5 m        87.30 m      73-53      m
 79.66 m        73.15 m            79.66     m     79.05 m         88.71 ffi    81.18      m
100.26    n     85.75 rc           87.26     m     86.65 ra        92.60 ra     87.02     m
102.k6    m     93-35 m            9k. 85    m     90.53 m         9k. 90 ra    83.73     m
110.06    n    100.70       m     102.k6     m     13             102.50 m      96 38      m
117:66    m    108.55       m     105.77 m        samples         110.10 m     101.19     m
125.26    m    116.15       m      15                             117.70 m     103.98     m
126.87    m    123.75       m     samples                         125.30 m     111.58     m
132.86    m    131.35       m .                                   132.90 m     119.13     m
               133.95       r*                                    137,16 m     126.78     m
Ik8!o6    m    Ik6.55       n                                      19          13k. 38    m
155-66    m    1 5k . 1 5   n                                     samples      135.96     ra
163.26    m    161.75       3                                                  Ikl . 98   m
170.86    m    169.35 m                                                        Ik9.58     m
173. k6   m    176.95 m                                                        157.13     m
186.06    ra   18k. 55 m                                                       I6k.78     m
 25            192.15 m                                                        172.38     in
samples        199.75 m                                                        179.93     m
               207.35 m                                                        187.53     m
                28                                                             188.67     m
               samples                                                          29
                                                                               samples
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Carter, M.W.
                                                                            Pyke, D.R., Ayres, L.D., and Innes, D.G.
1980:    Geology of Connaught and Churchill Townships, District
         of Sudbury; Ontario Geological Survey Report 190, 8Ip.             1973:   Timmins-Kirkland Lake Sheet, Cochrane, Sudbury and
         Accompanied by Geological Map 2414, scale 1:31 680 or                      Timiskaming Districts; Ont. Div. Mines, Geological
         l inch to *5 mile.                                                         Compilation Series, Map 2205, scale l inch to 4 miles.


Carter, M.W.

1981:    Shining Tree Area, Districts of Sudbury and Timiskaming,                         ASSESSMENT FILE REPORTS
         Ontario Geological Survey OFR 5346, 67 p., 2 tables, .
         8 figures and l map.
                                                                            Data on file at the office of the Resident Geologist,

                                                                            MNR, Kirkland Lake, Ont., and at the Assessment File Records
Cumming, J.D. and Wicklund, A.P.
1956: Diamond Drill Handbook; J.K. Smit S Sons,    Diamond Products Ltd.,   Office, 77 Grenville Street, Toronto, Ontario.
       Toronto, 547 pages.

                                                                            Amax Exploration Inc. - 1972

                                                                            Canex Aerial Exploration Ltd. - 1971
 Gledhill, T.L.
                                                                            Dominion Gulf Co. - 1951
 1926:    Grassy River Area, District of Sudbury; p.57-76 in
          Ont. Dept. Mines, Vol. 35, Pt.6, 102 p. Accompanied               Dowa Mining Co. - 1974
          by Map 35j, scale l inch to l 1? miles.
                                                                            Hollinger Mines Ltd. - 1975, Toronto Report No. 63.3377

 Lovell, H.L., de Grijs, Jan, and Ploeger, F.                               D. McKay (Rio Tinto Canex Ltd.) - 1962

 1977:    Burrows Township, District of Sudbury, Ontario Geolo              Paymaster Consolidated Mines, Ltd. - 1957
          gical Survey Prelim. Map P. 1218, Kirkland Lake Series,
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          1976.
                                                                            Sirola - Karvinen - 1981

                                                                            Sirola - Karvinen (Newmont option) - 1982

				
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