New Discovery

North of the Mountain View pit and ML5559 a program of detailed mapping and portable XRF (pXRF) infill soil geochemistry (EL4726) shows four strong arsenic in soil anomalies developed over a strike length of 1.3km (see Map below).  A small group of historic workings known as the New Discovery (see Map Below) are centred on the most northern soil anomaly and show up to 1.5m @ 5.38 g/t Au from channel samples across the lode at surface and various grab samples from waste dumps up to 8.97 g/t Au (See ASX DTM 12 March 2009).  These four arsenic in soil anomalies (See ASX DTM 16 Oct 2015) and the existing soil anomalies identified south of the Mountain View pit now show up to six gold target zones.  The size and continuity of these anomalies is encouraging with the most northern zone similar to the anomaly developed above the main Mountain View lode. These targets represent likely repetitions of gold mineralised sulphide lenses (only two of which show limited past mining activity) along the the Brown’s Creek fault over 2 km of strike length.  The anomalies (up to 350m) are worthy of first pass shallow drilling with an aim to expand the Mountain View line resource base.

Infill pXRF Soil As geochemistry colour contour over previous gold soil results – north of Mountain View pit and approved Mining Licence ML5559.  Plan also shows previous rock chip and grab sampling at the New Discovery Mine.
Infill pXRF Soil As geochemistry colour contour over previous gold soil results – north of Mountain View pit and approved Mining Licence ML5559. Plan also shows previous rock chip and grab sampling at the New Discovery Mine.