Black Mountain up 20% on high-grade silver results

Black Mountain Resources (LON:BMZ) stock was up 20% Tuesday on high grade silver results from channel sampling at its New Departure Silver Mine in Montana.

The highlights of the company's press release are as follows:

  • Extremely high grade sampling results surpass expectations with up to 422 oz/t of silver (‘Ag’) returned over 1.9m – grades never before seen with historical results
  • 25% of samples taken from Blue Dot Level showed mineralisation of Ag 3oz/t or above
  • 111 channel samples were taken in total from the Main Drive and Blue Dot Level in line with the Company's strategy to complete its 3-D mine model ahead of production upon securing financing
  • Results highlight that the Blue Dot level has the greatest potential for hosting a mineral resource in the downward and northwest plunging remainder of the ore body as well as confirming existing historical results
  • A second round of underground sampling is planned in August to expand the known high grade zone

"We are strengthening our understanding of the historic mine and further sampling will be undertaken in the coming six weeks which will contribute to our 3-D mine model and ultimately the commencement of mining,” Black Mountain Chairman Pete Landau said in the release.

Here is the full press release.

Black Mountain Resources Ltd

Significant Channel Sampling Results at New Departure Silver Mine

Black Mountain Resources Limited (ASX | AIM: BMZ) (“Black Mountain” or the “Company”, the silver focused development company with interests in the US, is pleased to announce that high grade silver results have been returned from channel sampling at its New Departure Silver Mine in Montana.

Highlights

  • Extremely high grade sampling results surpass expectations with up to 422 oz/t of silver (‘Ag’) returned over 1.9m – grades never before seen with historical results
  • 25% of samples taken from Blue Dot Level showed mineralisation of Ag 3oz/t  or above
  • 111 channel samples were taken in total from the Main Drive and Blue Dot Level in line with the Company's strategy to complete its 3-D mine model ahead of production upon securing financing
  • Results highlight that the Blue Dot level has the greatest potential for hosting a mineral resource in the downward and northwest plunging remainder of the ore body as well as confirming existing historical results
  • A second round of underground sampling is planned in August to expand the known high grade zones

Black Mountain Chairman, Pete Landau, said:

“We are focussed on delivering high grade silver ounces for production and these excellent results, including a significant number of samples that returned over Ag 20oz/t, provide encouraging support for this model.  With this in mind, as we finalise funding to enable us to meet our production goal at New Departure, we are strengthening our understanding of the historic mine and further sampling will be undertaken in the coming six weeks which will contribute to our 3-D mine model and ultimately the commencement of mining.”

Sampling Process

111 samples were shipped to Elko, Nevada for sample preparation and assayed in Reno, Nevada and Vancouver, BC.  40 samples were taken from the main drive incline (not a targeted production area) as a follow up sampling programme to ensure mineralised zones that may have been crossed had not been missed. Although generally these results showed little or no mineralisation, several samples showed sufficient mineralisation that deserves follow-up.

48 samples were taken from the Blue Dot Level which is the lowest level of the mine and 25% (12) of these samples showed mineralization of Ag 3oz/t or greater. The Blue Dot level has the greatest potential for hosting a mineral resource in the downward and northwest plunging remainder of the ore body. The balance of the samples was taken from the upper historic workings area where remnant mineralisation and extensions of mineralization from older stoped workings remains. On these levels 14 samples were greater than Ag 3oz/t silver.

Highlights of the results are listed below. Note that silver results are given in ounces per ton (“opt”) and length in meters. Full details of the sampling results are provided in Annexure A.

Table 1

Area

Sample ID

Ag opt

Au ppm

Length – m

Silver Springs

14614

422.6

1.295

1.9

Silver Springs

14618

137.9

1.52

0.5

Stinker Decline

14601

132.1

0.482

1.4

Stinker Decline

14609

117.0

0.155

0.9

Blue Dot Level

14521

98.7

0.392

0.9

Blue Dot Level

14503

63.7

0.388

0.3

Stinker Decline

14605

34.1

0.409

1.9

Silver Springs

14615

33.1

0.475

1.9

Blue Dot Level

14542

25.0

0.284

0.9

Stinker Decline

14610

19.0

0.333

2.5

Silver Springs

14621

18.7

0.253

0.3

Stinker Decline

14608

17.0

0.559

0.6

Blue Dot Level

14541

15.7

0.33

0.9

Blue Dot Level

14547

14.3

0.313

1.6

Stinker Decline

14613

11.2

0.3

1.3

Blue Dot Level

14543

10.9

0.261

0.9

Silver Springs

14616

10.1

12.25

0.9

Blue Dot Level

14538

8.5

0.35

1.3

Blue Dot Level

14504

6.2

0.131

0.9

Silver Springs

14617

4.5

0.156

0.9

Blue Dot Level

14506

3.9

0.033

1.3

Blue Dot Level

14511

3.7

0.313

1.3

Stinker Decline

14604

3.5

0.08

1.0

Blue Dot Level

14548

3.1

0.162

0.9

Stinker Decline

14602

3.0

0.071

1.1

Blue Dot Level

14516

3.0

0.297

0.9

These samples continue to confirm the high grade nature of the New Departure silver mineralisation (see map below).  The map also shows potential resource areas that will require additional sampling on the Blue Dot Level.  A second round of underground sampling is planned in early August to expand the known high grade zones. On the next sampling programme a XRF instrument will be utilized to map the high grade beds (mantos) at New Departure in addition to taking further channel samples for assay.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corporate

The Company also advises that Ms Shannon Robinson has resigned as an executive director and joint company secretary of the Company and Ms Rebecca Sandford has resigned as joint company secretary of the Company effective 21 July 2014.  Ms Jane Flegg has been appointed as Company Secretary effective 21 July 2014.

The Board thanks Ms Robinson and Ms Sandford for their contributions to the Company and wishes them well with their future endeavours.

For and on behalf of the Board

Peter Landau

Executive Director

For further information please visit www.blackmountainresources.com.au or contact:

Black Mountain Resources LimitedPeter LandauExecutive DirectorT: +61 (8) 9488 5220

 

Nominated Advisor RFC Ambrian LimitedOliver Morse and Trinity McIntyreT: +61 (8) 9480 2500
Media (Australia)PPRDavid TaskerT: +61 (8) 9388 0944

 

Media (UK)St Brides Media & Finance LimitedElisabeth CowellT: +44 (0) 207 236 1177

 

Joint Broker (UK)Westhouse Securities LimitedMartin DavisonT: +44 (0) 207 601 6100

 

 

Joint Broker (UK)Hume Capital Securities plcJon BellissT: +44 (0) 203 693 1493

About Black Mountain Resources Limited

Black Mountain Resources Limited is a dual listed (ASX | AIM: BMZ) silver and gold focused development company focussed on the advancement of three highly prospective previously operating assets located in two of the world’s most developed and proven silver and gold mining regions of Idaho and Montana, USA.

The Company holds a 70% interest in the New Departure Silver Project, the Conjecture Silver Project and the Tabor Gold and Silver Project pursuant to 45 year leases from Chester Mining Company, Lucky Friday Extension Mining Company and Brush Prairie Minerals respectively.  Black Mountain plans to implement low cost production and development programmes across all three assets.  It is also implementing exploration programmes to capitalise on the exploration upside potential apparent across its portfolio.

Black Mountain Resources Limited was incorporated on 29 October 2010 and is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and London’s AIM Market – trading codes BMZ and BMZO. 

Forward Looking Statement

Certain statements made during or in connection with this communication, including, without limitation, those concerning the economic outlook for the silver market, expectations regarding silver ore prices, production, cash costs and other operating results growth prospects and the outlook of the Company’s operations including the likely commencement of commercial operations of the New Departure and Conjecture Silver Projects, its liquidity and the capital resources and expenditure, contain or comprise certain forward-looking statements regarding the Company's development and exploration operations economic performance and financial condition.  Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, no assurance can be given that such expectations will prove to have been correct.  Accordingly, results could differ materially from those set out in the forward-looking statements as a result of, among other factors, changes in economic and market conditions, success of business and operating initiatives, changes in the regulatory environment and other government actions, fluctuations in silver ore prices and exchange rates and business and operational risk management.  For a discussion of such factors refer to the Company's most recent annual report and half year report.  The Company undertakes no obligation to update publicly or release any revisions to these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after today's date or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.

Annexure A: Sampling Process – New Departure Mine

111 rock channel samples were collected from the New Departure Mine on June 21 & 22, 2014.  48 samples were taken from the Blue Dot Level, 40 samples from the Laczay tunnel and 23 from the Stinker Incline & Silver Springs levels.

Samples were predominantly vertical channel samples on the Blue Dot level following up previous grab sampling completed in 2013.  Each sample location was photographed and located on a plan map.  The samples were kept under lock and key and shipped directly from Dillon, Montana to ALS Chemex in Elko, Nevada for sample preparation.  The average weight of each sample was 2 kilograms.

Area

Sampled

Sample Wt Kg

Ag opt

Cu ppm

Pb ppm

Zn ppm

Au ppm

X – UTMNAD83Z12

Y – UTMNAD83Z12

Z M

Sample Date

Type

Sample length – cm

Orientation

Description

 
Blue Dot Level

14501

2

0.0

12

3

247

0.017

348905.5

5006754.9

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Horizontal

Pillar
Blue Dot Level

14502

2.28

0.0

5

2

74

0.003

348907.3

5006733.9

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Horizontal

Manto
Blue Dot Level

14503

1.95

63.7

3280

10000

10000

0.388

348900.0

5006749.6

2003.5

21/06/2014

Channel

30.48

Vertical

320° Strike
Blue Dot Level

14504

2.15

6.2

309

3220

6450

0.131

348883.6

5006775.3

2003.0

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

Blue Dot Level

14505

1.78

1.3

64

282

627

0.024

348882.5

5006777.5

2002.1

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

10' North of 14504
Blue Dot Level

14506

2.65

3.9

197

1005

1510

0.033

348881.3

5006779.4

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

10' North of 14505
Blue Dot Level

14507

1.86

0.3

14

284

702

0.083

348877.5

5006789.2

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

Upper Sample
Blue Dot Level

14508

1.99

0.2

9

108

293

0.030

348877.9

5006789.6

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

243.84

Vertical

Lower Sample
Blue Dot Level

14509

2.19

0.6

36

223

919

0.022

348874.5

5006794.7

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

243.84

Vertical

Pillar
Blue Dot Level

14510

2.01

0.1

26

22

78

0.005

348870.0

5006794.7

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

182.88

Vertical

Pillar
Blue Dot Level

14511

3.32

3.7

176

1485

4560

0.313

348869.8

5006801.8

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

Pillar
Blue Dot Level

14512

2.27

0.4

17

98

489

0.015

348863.5

5006803.6

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

West Rib
Blue Dot Level

14513

2.47

0.0

2

4

76

0.019

348867.5

5006808.5

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14514

1.71

0.0

3

24

83

0.008

348867.3

5006804.7

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

243.84

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14515

2.19

0.2

7

44

125

0.011

348864.8

5006808.5

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

304.80

Vertical

Pillar
Blue Dot Level

14516

2.1

3.0

103

2940

5100

0.297

348866.5

5006812.3

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

East Side above incline
Blue Dot Level

14517

2.09

0.2

12

54

234

0.012

348858.6

5006818.6

2002.0

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

West Rib sample
Blue Dot Level

14518

1.62

0.0

6

68

61

0.011

348864.5

5006838.9

2004.3

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

Orem Winze
Blue Dot Level

14519

1.47

0.1

11

70

408

0.005

348856.2

5006832.5

2002.1

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

West Rib
Blue Dot Level

14520

2.09

0.2

56

130

900

0.018

348855.2

5006838.5

2004.0

21/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Vertical

210XCW – West Rib
Blue Dot Level

14521

2.34

98.7

5740

10000

10000

0.392

348852.6

5006838.5

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

210XCW – South Rib
Blue Dot Level

14522

2.34

0.2

25

118

428

0.007

348853.2

5006848.9

2002.2

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

10' North of 432662
Blue Dot Level

14523

2.74

0.1

6

28

150

0.002

348852.8

5006851.7

2003.7

21/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Vertical

West Rib
Blue Dot Level

14524

2.23

0.5

30

111

354

0.004

348855.5

5006857.6

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Horizontal

North Rib – Strong Lim
Blue Dot Level

14525

2.46

0.0

1

3

23

0.002

348851.8

5006856.9

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14526

2.28

0.0

3

11

22

0.002

348843.4

5006863.9

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

West Rib & Back
Blue Dot Level

14527

2.35

0.1

6

22

55

0.004

348839.2

5006863.5

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

West Rib
Blue Dot Level

14528

2.03

0.0

3

5

30

0.003

348836.8

5006864.9

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14529

2.08

0.0

2

19

16

0.003

348838.0

5006866.9

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Vertical

West Rib – Across from 14528
Blue Dot Level

14530

2.45

0.0

6

12

94

0.004

348835.9

5006867.8

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14531

2.34

0.1

9

21

121

0.005

348835.2

5006868.8

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

East Rib – 2 m north 14530
Blue Dot Level

14532

2.24

0.1

5

12

86

0.005

348834.2

5006869.1

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

East Rib – 2 m north 14531
Blue Dot Level

14533

2.01

0.1

14

181

197

0.009

348833.2

5006869.0

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

East Rib – 2 m north 14532
Blue Dot Level

14534

2.46

0.1

20

131

167

0.011

348831.9

5006868.8

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

East Rib – 2 m north 14533
Blue Dot Level

14535

1.97

2.9

599

4040

2460

0.043

348829.8

5006868.9

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14536

1.92

1.8

518

1650

1690

0.088

348821.5

5006871.3

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Vertical

West Rib
Blue Dot Level

14537

2.24

0.5

32

221

682

0.076

348820.7

5006873.4

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

Blue Dot Level

14538

2.22

8.5

1580

8850

1740

0.350

348819.8

5006875.2

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14539

2.18

0.1

14

66

175

0.011

348818.1

5006876.7

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14540

2.42

1.7

90

784

1190

0.072

348815.9

5006879.0

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

North Rib
Blue Dot Level

14541

1.76

15.7

455

4940

1600

0.330

348813.9

5006880.7

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14542

2.47

25.0

989

6500

10000

0.284

348813.2

5006882.7

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14543

1.88

10.9

699

5330

5060

0.261

348819.2

5006873.0

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

West Rib – Repeat of 565/564
Blue Dot Level

14544

2.19

0.1

9

82

100

0.016

348813.6

5006884.2

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

North Rib on Xcut
Blue Dot Level

14545

1.8

0.1

6

73

119

0.005

348816.4

5006883.9

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

10 m in Xcut
Blue Dot Level

14546

2.28

0.4

38

498

433

0.050

348813.6

5006885.7

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Vertical

East Rib
Blue Dot Level

14547

1.85

14.3

838

7120

4830

0.313

348811.1

5006884.5

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Vertical

East Rib – 20' North of 546
Blue Dot Level

14548

1.94

3.1

315

2110

3500

0.162

348811.0

5006881.4

2004.5

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

West Rib
Laczay Tunnel

14549

1.82

0.0

7

68

135

0.138

349058.6

5006816.8

2008.0

21/06/2014

Channel

0.00

Grab

Vein sample from cave
Laczay Tunnel

14550

2.12

0.0

5

20

197

0.003

349054.8

5006810.2

2009.0

21/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

South Rib
Laczay Tunnel

14551

2.02

0.0

9

20

67

0.012

349051.1

5006808.6

2009.0

21/06/2014

Channel

0.00

Grab

Sample from Cave in decline
Laczay Tunnel

14552

2.32

0.0

3

16

22

0.002

349047.8

5006806.5

2009.0

22/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Vertical

South Rib – 25' North of Cave
Laczay Tunnel

14553

2.07

0.0

5

16

41

0.003

349048.6

5006812.4

2009.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

N Rib – Across from 14552
Laczay Tunnel

14554

2.3

0.0

6

19

92

0.004

349045.2

5006804.7

2009.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

South Rib – Choppin Vein
Laczay Tunnel

14555

2.36

0.0

5

27

178

0.042

349044.5

5006809.4

2009.0

22/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

North Rib – Across from 554
Laczay Tunnel

14556

2.27

0.0

6

16

38

0.006

349040.7

5006808.2

2010.0

22/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

North Rib
Laczay Tunnel

14557

2.37

0.0

11

12

58

0.003

349042.5

5006803.4

2010.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

South Rib
Laczay Decline

14558

1.9

0.0

8

17

20

0.002

349039.5

5006799.4

2010.0

22/06/2014

Channel

45.72

Vertical

South Rib
Laczay Decline

14559

2.43

0.0

6

11

23

0.004

349034.2

5006792.0

2010.0

22/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

South Rib
Laczay Decline

14560

2.38

0.0

4

11

37

0.005

349030.1

5006790.8

2011.0

22/06/2014

Channel

0.00

Grab

Rib Cave in decline – blk rock
Laczay Decline

14561

2.19

0.0

10

11

33

0.006

349028.9

5006784.4

2009.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

South Rib
Laczay Tunnel

14562

2.05

0.0

10

8

25

0.004

349025.8

5006786.3

2009.0

22/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Vertical

North Rib
Laczay Tunnel

14563

1.92

0.0

7

43

30

0.023

349028.0

5006808.2

2014.0

22/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Vertical

South Rib
Laczay Tunnel

14564

1.94

0.0

12

37

77

0.113

349028.4

5006813.3

2014.0

22/06/2014

Channel

76.20

Horizontal

North Rib across from 14563
Laczay Tunnel

14565

2.11

0.0

5

7

25

0.006

349023.4

5006810.2

2014.0

22/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

S Rib – below Silver Spring adit
Laczay Tunnel

14566

1.82

0.0

9

10

34

0.030

349024.9

5006814.5

2014.0

22/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

N Rib – Across from 14565
Laczay Tunnel

14567

2.16

0.0

14

24

64

0.072

349009.9

5006820.8

2016.5

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

N Rib – Resample 432547
Laczay Tunnel

14568

2.06

0.0

6

9

121

0.040

349007.5

5006823.2

2019.0

22/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

N Rib – Silver Spring N door
Laczay Tunnel

14569

2.02

0.6

31

86

305

0.029

349005.6

5006824.1

2019.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

W side Silver Spring N door
Laczay Tunnel

14570

2.1

0.3

10

140

452

0.472

349004.3

5006818.8

2017.0

22/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Vertical

S Rib – Resample 432546
Laczay Tunnel

14571

2.01

0.2

7

51

240

0.559

349000.6

5006817.9

2018.0

22/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Vertical

East side – resample 432541
Laczay Tunnel

14572

2.08

0.0

7

28

133

0.025

348998.6

5006817.7

2018.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Horizontal

W side – resample 432542
Laczay Tunnel

14573

2.06

0.0

18

41

208

0.021

348999.2

5006819.0

2018.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Horizontal

W side – resample 432540
Laczay Tunnel

14574

2.16

0.0

7

2

22

0.006

348999.6

5006820.6

2017.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

W side – S Silver Spring Door
Laczay Tunnel

14575

1.59

0.1

6

21

90

0.008

348971.2

5006816.4

2020.0

22/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Vertical

S Side Jumbo muck bay
Laczay Tunnel

14576

2.41

0.1

9

100

72

0.297

348978.6

5006822.4

2020.0

22/06/2014

Channel

106.68

Vertical

W side Jumbo muck bay
Laczay Tunnel

14577

2.39

0.0

13

31

334

0.013

348983.0

5006826.8

2018.0

22/06/2014

Channel

30.48

Vertical

Laczay Tunnel

14578

1.98

0.0

20

16

340

0.017

348982.0

5006824.7

2018.0

22/06/2014

Channel

45.72

Horizontal

W side Jumbo muck bay – Gold
Laczay Tunnel

14579

1.67

0.0

4

5

59

0.026

348949.6

5006842.8

2025.0

22/06/2014

Channel

30.48

Vertical

S Rib – E side Silver Spring adit
Laczay Tunnel

14580

1.67

0.0

11

8

73

0.014

348952.7

5006841.2

2025.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

Adjacent to 14579
Laczay Tunnel

14581

1.98

0.0

8

8

90

0.005

348951.8

5006846.3

2025.0

22/06/2014

Channel

45.72

Horizontal

N Rib – across from 14580
Laczay Tunnel

14582

1.85

0.0

1

2

33

0.010

348953.9

5006845.1

2025.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Horizontal

N Rib – adjacent to 14581
Laczay Tunnel

14583

1.88

0.0

10

13

206

0.042

348929.5

5006856.1

2030.0

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

N Rib
Laczay Tunnel

14584

2.04

0.7

259

1580

4460

0.032

348915.0

5006865.7

2033.0

22/06/2014

Channel

30.48

Vertical

SW Rib
Laczay Tunnel

14585

1.77

0.0

22

84

420

0.005

348906.9

5006882.2

2031.0

22/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

S Rib
Laczay Tunnel

14586

1.83

0.1

8

55

456

0.018

348910.3

5006884.3

2031.0

22/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Vertical

E Rib across from 14585
Laczay Tunnel

14587

1.84

0.0

2

19

59

0.005

348885.6

5006910.1

2033.0

22/06/2014

Channel

76.20

Vertical

W Rib
Laczay Tunnel

14588

2.05

0.0

1

13

24

0.008

348888.9

5006912.0

2033.0

22/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Vertical

E Rib across from 14587
Stinker Decline

14601

1.8

132.1

6110

10000

10000

0.482

348847.7

5006872.1

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

137.16

Vertical

Back – 5' from 432658
Stinker Decline

14602

1.78

3.0

224

506

3200

0.071

348864.2

5006862.1

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

106.68

Vertical

Rib
Stinker Decline

14603

1.82

1.0

56

283

324

0.102

348865.5

5006864.6

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

Rib
Stinker Decline

14604

1.82

3.5

185

7410

5180

0.080

348869.5

5006868.9

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

97.54

Vertical

Rib – Resample 432567 & 432657
Stinker Decline

14605

1.53

34.1

1590

10000

10000

0.409

348877.8

5006873.7

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

182.88

Vertical

Rib sample – good looking vein
Stinker Decline

14606

1.81

0.5

23

1580

6110

0.032

348883.3

5006872.7

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Vertical

Back – Good looking vein
Stinker Decline

14607

1.73

1.8

73

1160

1090

0.056

348884.5

5006876.4

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

30.48

Vertical

Back
Stinker Decline

14608

1.8

17.0

575

5310

10000

0.559

348891.1

5006878.5

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

60.96

Vertical

Rib
Stinker Decline

14609

2.33

117.0

7360

7410

6850

0.155

348896.2

5006885.4

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

Rib
Stinker Decline

14610

1.81

19.0

1010

7780

10000

0.333

348903.7

5006884.1

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

243.84

Horizontal

Rib – Good Copper Oxide
Stinker Decline

14611

2.14

1.0

77

375

1050

0.040

348906.5

5006887.0

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Horizontal

Rib – Resample 432578
Stinker Decline

14612

1.85

1.0

70

652

1510

0.125

348892.9

5006890.9

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Vertical

Footwall – Resample 432580 & 432581
Stinker Decline

14613

2.14

11.2

1040

10000

10000

0.300

348912.2

5006885.0

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

Back
Silver Springs

14614

1.25

422.6

10000

10000

10000

1.295

349007.5

5006828.6

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

182.88

Vertical

Back from ballroom
Silver Springs

14615

1.9

33.1

2090

10000

4360

0.475

349009.3

5006822.3

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

182.88

Vertical

Pillar in Valley of Moon
Silver Springs

14616

1.67

10.1

215

1510

497

>10.0

349024.7

5006818.1

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

Footwall – Resample 432545 & 432544
Silver Springs

14617

1.78

4.5

303

1490

2120

0.156

348940.2

5006696.8

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

91.44

Vertical

Back
Silver Springs

14618

1.66

137.9

3330

10000

7280

1.520

348939.8

5006690.3

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

45.72

Vertical

Rib Near 432526 & 514
Silver Springs

14619

2.02

1.4

71

675

351

0.033

348881.9

5006646.6

2004.5

22/06/2014

Grab

0.00

Grab

Chute Muck
Silver Springs

14620

2.16

0.1

9

36

67

0.006

348922.8

5006670.8

2025.0

22/06/2014

Channel

121.92

Vertical

Back
Silver Springs

14621

1.74

18.7

1550

5790

10000

0.253

348950.6

5006698.8

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

30.48

Vertical

Pillar
Silver Springs

14622

2.12

1.0

143

932

1740

0.077

348942.7

5006714.3

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

76.20

Vertical

Rib
Silver Springs

14623

1.96

0.3

18

70

220

0.169

348946.6

5006762.7

2004.5

22/06/2014

Channel

152.40

Horizontal

Back – Black Vein area