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  • ............. M... ,..,.i. ii linn mn mn mn mn Hill42C13SW0169 W9740.00022 WABIKOBA LAKE

    010

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC.

    REPORT ON 1996 DIAMOND DRILLING

    PETRANT LAKE OPTION

    N.T.S. 42C/13

    Project No 406 Hemlo, Ontario July 5, 1996

    Andrew TimsExploration GeologistHemlo Gold Mines Inc., ExplorationSuperior District

  • SUMMARY

    During the period of June 8 through to June 15, 1996 a diamond drill program consisting of four holes for a total of 657 metres was conducted on the property.

    The previously reported sulphide rich felsic volcaniclastic horizon trending north east across the property was tested. Drilling has further defined the unit as a moderately silicified sediment with weak to moderate pervasive sericite alteration of the matrix. The strong conductors coincident with the unit are steep south dipping faults with graphite surfaces. Moderate and weak IP chargeability anomalies where explained by 1-307o disseminated pyrite.

    Drilling to date has tested the best IP and lithological targets on the Petrant Lake option. No further drilling is recommended at this time. Further untested IP chargeability and soil anomalies do exist on the property, to the east of Phil Lake, and should be prospected to develop additional drill targets.

  • Table of Contents

    Page

    1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0

    7.0 8.0

    SUMMARY...........................INTRODUCTION..................LOCATION AND ACCESS... PROPERTY DESCRIPTION.

    ...................................................................... 1

    ......................................................................1

    ...................................................................... 1

    ...................................................................... 1GEOLOGICAL SETTING..................................................................................1PREVIOUS WORK..........................................................................................4DIAMOND DRILL PROGRAM .......................................................................... 6

    6.1 Summary............................................................................................ 66.2 Results................................................................................................ 6

    CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS .............................................. 6,7STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS................................................................ 8

    List of Figures and Maps

    Figure 1 Location MapFigure 2 Claim MapFigure 3 D.D.H. Plan Map

    Scale

    1"s25 mi 1:30000 1:15000

    Appendices

    Appendix l DDH Log and Assay Results

    Appendix II Assay Certificates

    Appendix III Section 16000E Section 15600E

    Appendix IV Geological Legend

    DDH P96-1X, P96-1,P96-2 DDH P96-3

    1:500 1:500

    42C13SW0169 W9740.00022 WABIKOBA LAKE 01OC

  • 1.0 INTRODUCTION

    During the period of June 8 through to June 15, 1996 a helicopter supported diamond drill program consisting of five holes for a total of 657 metres was conducted on the Petrant Lake option by Battle Mountain Gold (formerly Hemlo Gold Mines Ltd.)

    The results of this work program are contained herein.

    2.0 LOCATION AND ACCESS (Figure 1)

    The Petrant Lake option is located on NTS sheet 42C/13, 13 kilometres north of Highway 17 (Trans-Canada Highway) The eastern boundary straddles the western side of highway 614. From highway 614 the property extends approximately 7.5 km southwestward to the Black River.

    Access to the property is by several roads and trails including the Amwri Lake and Pinegrove Lake logging roads.

    3.0 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION (Figure 2)

    The Petrant Lake option consists of seven contiguous unpatented mining claims totalling 53 mining units (listed below). The claims are located within the Wabikoba Lake area (G-620) of the Thunder Bay Mining District.

    The property is under option from B. Fowler and M. Shuman of Marathon, Ontario, by Hemlo Gold Mines Inc.

    CLAIM NUMBER # of units

    TB 1099503-504 (inclusive) 1 4TB 1183296 2TB 1196851 15TB 1197156 4TB 1200655-656 (inclusive) 28

    7 claims 53 units

    4.0 GEOLOGICAL SETTING

    The Petrant Lake option is located within the Archean Schreiber-Hemlo Greenstone Belt which is part of the Abitibi-Wawa-Shebandowan Subprovince of the Superior Province. The property is situated on the western end of the north limb of the Hemlo synform and is dominated by east-west striking sequences of metavolcanic and metasedimentary rocks bounded to the north by the Gowan Lake Pluton. The supracrustal rocks consist principally of tholeiitic basaltic flows and subordinate tuffs, intercalated with epiclastic arkosic wacke and siltstone. Feldspar porphyry dykes and sills intrude both volcanics and sediments.

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  • FIGURE 2 Claim Map

  • 5.0 PREVIOUS WORK

    The Petrant Lake property has experienced moderately heavy exploration in the past, particularly in the early to mid-1980's when the Hemlo gold deposits were being developed.

    The following is a summary of previous work conducted on various portions of the Petrant Lake option:

    Hemlo Gold Mines Inc. (1995)- linecutting- magnetic and induced polarization survey

    Hemlo Gold Mines Inc. (1994)- geological mapping and prospecting, soil geochemistry- trenching- relogging of Newmont drill core

    Noranda Exploration Company, Ltd. (1990-93)- geological mapping and prospecting, soil geochemistry- ground mag and induced polarization- diamond drilling; 3 holes- trenching

    Newmont (1990)- geological mapping and prospecting- diamond drilling; 2 holes

    Mcintyre - AEM- diamond drilling

    Lenora - geological mapping- diamond drilling

    Noranda Exploration Company, Ltd. (1976)-AEM- geological and geophysical surveys

  • FIGURE 3 Diamond Drill Location

  • 6.0 DIAMOND DRILL PROGRAM

    6.1 Summary

    The 1996 diamond drilling on the Petrant Lake Option is summarized in the following table:

    TABLE 1 DIAMOND DRILL HOLE SUMMARYHole*P96-1xP96-1P96-2P96-3

    Easting15600156001560016000

    Northing997510075985010165

    Grid Azim (0)ISO0

    ISO0ISO0ISO0

    Inclin. (0)-50-50-50-55

    Ovb. (m)26.02.332.6512.72

    Length (m)26m206m220m205m

    6.2 Results

    The first hole, P96-1x was drilled only 26 m and abandoned due to greater than expected overburden thickness. The hole was relocated, 100m to the north, to the top a hill where outcrop was present. P96-1 was one of two stratigraphic holes to test the mineralized felsic horizon as mapped in previous work. The hole was targeted to hit a very strong IP chargeability anomaly. The hole collared in a silicified and fractured siltstone and intersected up to S-4% cubic pyrite on the leading edge of the IP. Numerous 1-2 m wide feldspar prophyry dykes occurred throughout. A silicified, fine grain sediment with moderate sericite at the trailing edge of the IP carried up to 2 07o pyrite suggesting this one strong anomaly may actually represent two. No significant assays were obtained.

    P96-2 the second stratigraphic hole on this section, was targeted to intersect two IP chargeability anomalies. Relatively unaltered fine grained sediments were encountered. Disseminated and fracture coating pyrite^2 07o ) explained the IP targets. There were no significant assays.

    P96-3 tested two closely spaced, very strong IP anomalies 400 m west of hole P96-1 along the same silicified sericitic horizon. Strongly fractured and brecciated siltstone was followed by a 1 m wide fault zone with graphitic slip faces. The fault itself was surrounded by up to 2 07o pyrite. Some (tr) coarse Mo was present in the fault breccia and a carbonate veinlet. After the fault zone the geology consisted of variably altered arkosic wackes. No significant assays were obtained.

    7.0 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

    The results of the 1996 diamond drilling program which tested a pyritic silicified sericite horizon, indicates limited potential for economic gold mineralization. The "felsic" character of the rocks can be attributed to a strong structural feature possessing an 20-30 m wide alteration halo. No further work is recommended on this horizon.

  • Additional IP and soil anomalies exist in the north-eastern part of the property east of Phil lake between the ONR tracks and Hwy 614. Work to date indicates an area of similar silica and sericite alteration. The area has seen only limited prospecting and mapping to date. Future work programs should focus on this area too ground proof the IP targets and identify any potential Hemlo type mineralization.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Hemlo Gold Mines Inc., Exploration

    Project No 406 Andrew Tims Hemlo, Ontario Exploration Geologist July 5, 1996

  • STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS

    l, Andrew A. B. Tims, of Timmins, Ontario hereby certify that:

    1. l graduated from Carleton University, in Ottawa, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geology (1989).

    2. l am a geologist employed in the past by Barrick Gold Corp., Falconbridge Ltd., Exploration, Minnova Inc. and the Ontario Geological Survey.

    3. l possess a valid prospector's licence and have been practicing my profession for the past 8 years and have been actively involved in mineral exploration for the past 10 years.

    4. l have successfully completed OPAP grants OP91-84 St OP92-257.

    5. l do not hold any interest in the property described in this report.

  • APPENDIX l

    DDH Log and Assay Results

  • 01/22/97 12:57 TIMMINS 121002/002

    Diamond Drill Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC

    Property: Petrant Lake Project No: 406

    Hole No: P96-1X

    Length: 26.0m Overburden: 26.0m

    Core Sire: BDBGM

    Drilling Company: Northwest Geophysics Date Hole Started: June 7, 1996

    Date Completed: June 7. 1996 Logged By: Andrew Tims

    Date Logged: Core Storage: Hemlo

    Signature: ClA jt( A^jLj*~)

    Grid Ref.east

    northUTM EUTM N

    true azim.grid azim.

    inclin.elev.

    claim no.

    156+00 E99+75 N

    130180-50

    275m1196851

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    Surveysdepth azim. inclin.

    'From To ROCK Type Description26.0 O/B Overburden

    26.0 End of Hole

  • Diamond Drill Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC

    Property: Petrant Lake Project No: 406

    Hole No: P96-1

    Length: 206.32 m Overburden: 2.33 m

    Core Size: BDBGM

    Drilling Company: Northwest Geophysics Date Hole Started: June 7, 1996

    Date Completed: June 10,1 996 Logged By: Andrew Tims

    Date Logged: June 8, 1996 l/ Core Storage: HemJo i ^/{

    Signature: \\^^A)^

    Grid Ref.eastnorth

    UTM EUTM N

    true azim.grid azim.

    inclin.elev.

    claim no.

    159+95100+50

    130180-50275m1196851

    1

    Surveysdepth

    60151

    azim. inclin.-47-73

    From0

    2.33

    60.35

    62.32

    To2.33

    60.35

    62.32

    76.92

    Rock Typeovb

    5m,(si),(sr),(gt), (PV)

    7b

    5m,(si),(sr),(gt),(py)

    Description

    Siltstone - dark grey-green, fine grain, moderate foloiation @ 50" TGA

    Fol. parallel banding, occasional garnet and coarbonate in quartz veinlets, weakly magnetic through-out, trace py10.7 4 12.2 m - sub metre feldspar porphyry dyklets15.25 -26.77 m- finely brecciated with carbonate infill of fractures, degree of breeciation is variable with cm scale massive intervals- pale grey bands are larger, more numerous, and non magnetic,- pyrite occurs throughout as cubes and in fractures ~ 0.5 - 1 "/o26.77 - 33.04- bleached to a pale gray, breccia texture remains visible, trace pyrite, irregular stringers and bleebs of chalcopyritesectoin ends with a 50 centimetre feldspar porphyry dyklet33.04 -60.35- 1-2"Xo pale pink garnets, variably brecciated, minor hematite, moderately silicified, intense cm scale breccia intervals x-cutting fol, 1/2-1 "/o cubic + fracture fill py, breccia texture subsides by 40.0 m- foliation @ 55" TGA- 7b dyklets @ 54.5 m A 58.0 m

    Feldspar Porphyry Dyke: fine grain, medium grey, S-10% euhedral feldspar < 5mm, LG @ 650 TGA, TC @ 600 TGA, tr py

    Siltstone - dark grey-green, fine grain, moderate foloiation @ 50" TGA, 1-20Xo pale pink garnets, variably brecciated, minor hematite, moderately silicified, intense cm scale breccia intervals x-cutting fol, 172-1 0Xo cubic * fracture fill py,69.75 - 74.50 m- strongly brecciated74.65 m - Fault @ 70" TGA75.67 m - 7b dyklet

  • Diamond Drill Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC,

    From76.92

    79.00

    82.48

    85.36

    94.0

    140.72

    161.38

    162.89

    178.99

    181.39

    206.32

    To79.00

    82.48

    85.36

    94.0

    140.72

    161.38

    162.89

    178.99

    181.39

    206.32

    EON

    Rock Type7b

    5m,(si),(sr),(gt),(py)

    7b

    5m

    5g,sr,(si)

    5f,si,py,(sr)

    7b

    5f,(si),(sr),(py)

    7b

    5f

    DescriptionFeldspar Porphyry Dyke: fine grain, medium arev. S-10% euhedral feldspar< 5mm, LG @ 60" TGA, TC @ 65 0 TGA, tr py

    Siltstone - dark grey-green, fine arain, moderate foloiation @ 50" TGA, 1-2%pale pink garnets, variably brecciated, minor hematite, moderately silicified, intense cm scale breccia intervals x-cutting fol, 1/2-1 0Xo cubic + fracture fill py,- foliation @ 60" TGAFeldspar Porphyry Dyke: fine arain. liqht grey, S-8% euhedral feldspar < 2mm, bleached by weak silica alteration, tr py

    Siltstone - dark to liqht arev, brecciated, fractured S vuqqy, blocky core, 1-2o/o diss 8n foliation parallel aggregates of py, strongly foliated throughout,- slip faces @ 60" TGA

    Arkosic Sediment: fine arain. liaht arey with dark arev bands, matrix issericite rich,94.7 - 99.5 m- quartz flooding, with py content up to 5"7o over -c! m intervals, minor cal- silicate banding, py along fractures faces ~ tr-1/2% py overall,111.0-114.5m- moderately silicified to a light grey with up to 2"7o py,114.5-122.0- dark grey with S-4% pale pink garnets ^ mm122.00 -127.4 m- moderately silicified to a light grey,124.0m- 10adykleK1.0m127.4 -140.72 m- dark grey, 4-50Xo pale pink garnet, last 3 m become increasingly silicified,

    Greywacke: liqht qrey. S-6% subrounded feldspar in matrix, waxy arev bands1/2 to 1 cm, feldspar are washed in thr grey bands, boudinage quartz veins throughout,149.6 -154.52 m- 2-y/o py as disseminations and as aggregates after a quartz vein @ 149.6 m,154.52 -10 cm 10a152.62 -161 .38 m- well foliated, medium grey, tr-1/2% py, foliation @ 60" TGA

    Feldspar Porphyry Dyke: medium arain. dark arev. IS-20% euhedralfeldspar < 5mm, LG in broken core, TC @ 65" TGA, tr py

    Greywacke: well foliated, medium arev, irregular mm scale bandinq Afracturing, 1-2"Xo subrounded 1-2 mm feldspar visible in less alterd intervals, minor Py 4 Po developed along fractures and foliation planes, 1/2-1 mm wide seams of biotite along foliation

    Feldspar Porphyry Dyke: medium qrain. dark qrey. IS-20% euhedralfeldspar < 5mm, LG in broken core, TC @ 65" TGA, tr py

    Greywacke: fine qrained. moderatelv foliated, minor fracturinq. trace quartzveining, 2-30Xo 1-3 mm pale pink garnet,, tr-1/2% py

  • DDH Sample Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC.

    Property: Petrant Lak Hole No: P96-1 Date: Jun-96

    Sample #P96-01-001

    P96-01-002

    P96-01-003

    P96-01-004

    P96-01-005

    P96-01-006

    P96-01-007

    P96-01-008

    P96-01-009

    P96-01-010

    P96-01-011

    P96-01-012

    P96-01-013

    P96-01-014

    P96-01-015

    P96-01-016

    P96-01-017

    P96-01-018

    P96-01-019

    P96-01-020

    P96-01-021

    P96-01-022

    P96-01-023

    P96-01-024

    P96-01-025

    P96-01-026

    P96-01-027

    P96-01-028

    P96-01-029

    P96-01-030

    P96-01-031

    P96-01-032

    P96-01-033

    P96-01-034

    P96-01-035

    P96-01-036

    P96-01-037

    P96-01-038

    From15.25

    16.00

    17.00

    26.00

    27.00

    28.00

    29.00

    30.00

    31.00

    32.00

    33.00

    34.00

    35.00

    36.00

    84.00

    85.00

    86.00

    87.00

    88.00

    89.00

    90.00

    91.00

    94.00

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    99.00

    100.00

    101.00

    102.00

    113.00

    114.00

    122.00

    123.00

    146.00

    147.00

    148.00

    149.00

    150.00

    151.00

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    18.00

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    29.00

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    31.00

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    114.00

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    123.00

    124.12

    147.00

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    149.00

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    152.00

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  • DDH Sample Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC.

    Property: Petrant Lak Hole No: P96-1 Date: Jun-96

    Sample #P96-01-039

    P96-01-040

    P96-01-041

    P96-01-042

    P96-01-043

    P96-01-044

    P96-01-045

    P96-01-046

    P96-01-047

    P96-01-048

    From152.00

    153.00

    154.00

    155.00

    156.00

    163.00

    164.00

    165.00

    166.00

    167.00

    To

    153.00

    154.00

    155.00

    156.00

    157.00

    164.00

    165.00

    166.00

    167.00

    168.00

    Width1111111111

    AssaysAu (ppi*}

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  • Diamond Drill Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC

    Property: Petrant Lake Project No: 406

    Hole No: P96-2

    Length: 220.0 m. Overburden: 2.33 m

    Core Size: BDBGM

    Drilling Company: Northwest Date Hole Started: Junel 0, 1 996

    Date Completed: June 12,1996 Logged By: Andrew Tims

    Date Logged: June 11, 1996 Core Storage: Hemlo . S

    Signature: /^W?^^

    Grid Ref.eastnorth

    UTM EUTM N

    true azim.grid azim.

    inclin.elev.

    claim no.

    160+0089+75

    130180-50275m1196851

    ^

    Surveysdepth

    60151

    azim. inclin.-47-43

    From0

    2.33

    15.55

    76.05

    To2.33

    15.55

    76.09

    1 1 1 .20

    Rock Typeovb

    5g,(gt)

    5f,(si),75b

    5g,bi

    Description

    Arkosic Sediment: fine grain, dark grey, weakly banded, rich,3.5 -5.5 m- 2-30Xo pale pink garnet

    Greywacke (minor Conglomerate): dark grey, medium grained with 5-1 07o subrounded feldspar, tr py15.55 -21 .Om- massive, unaltered21 .0-32.0 m- fine grain arkosic interbeds, locally moderately silicified32.0 - 54.4 m- massive, unaltered, tr-1/2% cubic and foliation parallel stringers of Py,- interbedded with cm scale pebble conglomerate, locally moderately silicified54.40 - 57.5 m- moderately silicified with a 10a dyklet, minor brecciation and hematite, blocky core, fractures are sub-parallel TGA57.5-61.91 m- similar to previous unaltered interval- foliation @ 60" TGA-61.91 -65.95m- moderately silicified and fractured,65.95 - 76.05m- interbedded greywacke and arkosic beds on the cm scale-trpy- minor mafic dyklet @ 69.5 m

    Arkosic Sediment: black - dark grey, fine grain, compose of eO-70% fine bi, minor greywacke interbeds, irregular shaped feldspar grains ~ S-6% over a 60 cm interval,81. 48 -95.28 m- mm scale feldspar rich (250Xo) interbeds, 1/2-1 "/o cubic py throughout matrix ~

  • Diamond Drill Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC.

    From

    11 1 .20

    133.77

    170.23

    184.0

    220.0

    To

    133.77

    170.23

    184.0

    220.0

    EOH

    Rock Type

    5g,(si),(sr),(10a)

    6g75p,gt

    5g,(py),(si)

    5g

    Description1mm,95.28 - 99.36 m- moderately silicified, pale grey, weakly banded, tr py99.36 -11 1.20 m- fine grain, dark grey, weakly banded, tr py

    Arkosic Sediment: fine grain, medium grey, sharp increase in mm scale banding and fractures, possible light grey pebble, ":1 0Xo, 3x10 mm,113.5-10adykletfoliation @ 650 TGA

    Peltic Sediments: very fine grain, 10-15 "/o pale pink garnets, 1-6 mm, 1-2 "/o are a glassy red, possible alumino-silicates as irregular blebs -^"/o,151 .0-1 70.23 mvariably banded by garnets and alumino-silicate (silliminite) on the cm scale,169.0m-10adyklet

    Arkosic Sediment: fine qrain, dark drey, minor bandinq. tr-1/2% pythroughout,foliation @ 65" TGA

    Arkosic Sediment: fine grain, dark grey, weakly banded on th cm scale,199.0m-10aDyklet201. 0-204.0 m- unit becomes a peltic sediment204.0 -21 9.0 m- moderately banded by cm scale feldspar +I- epidote rich layers

  • DDH Sample Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC.

    Property: Petrant Lak Hole No: P96-2 Date: Jun-96

    Sample #P96-02-001

    P96-02-002

    P96-02-003

    P96-02-004

    P96-02-005

    P96-02-006

    P96-02-007

    P96-02-008

    P96-02-009

    P96-02-010

    P96-02-011

    P96-02-012

    P96-02-013

    P96-02-014

    P96-02-015

    P96-02-016

    P96-02-017

    P96-02-018

    P96-02-019

    P96-02-020

    P96-02-021

    Prom67.00

    68.00

    69.00

    70.00

    71.00

    86.00

    87.00

    88.00

    89.00

    172.00

    173.00

    174.00

    175.00

    176.00

    177.00

    178.00

    179.00

    180.00

    181.00

    182.00

    183.00

    To68.00

    69.00

    70.00

    71.00

    72.00

    87.00

    88.00

    89.00

    90.00

    173.00

    174.00

    175.00

    176.00

    177.00

    178.00

    179.00

    180.00

    181.00

    182.00

    183.00

    184.00

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  • Diamond Drill Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC

    Property: Petrant Lake Project No: 406

    Hole No: P96-3

    Length: 205.0 m Overburden: 12.72 m

    Core Size: BDBGM

    Drilling Company: Northwest Geophysics Date Hole Started: June 1 3, 1 996

    Date Completed: June 15,1996 Logged By: Andrew Tims

    Date Logged: June 15,1996 J Core Storage: Hemlo f

    Signature: li\^4^U^

    Grid Ref.eastnorth

    UTM EUTM N

    true azim.grid azim.

    inclin.elev.

    claim no.

    156+000101+65

    130180-55275m1196851

    r)

    Surveysdepth102201

    azim. inclin.-54-47

    From0

    12.72

    30.83

    75.66

    82.69

    84.05

    91.0

    To12.72

    30.83

    75.66

    82.69

    84.05

    91.0

    96.6

    Rock Typeovb

    5h,bx,fx,(cb),(bi), (mg)

    5h,(si),(7b),(gt), (gf), mg

    5h,si,(sr)

    5h,si,sr

    5h,si,(sr)

    5h,si,sr,py,(ep)

    Description

    Arkosic Sediment: fine grain, dark green grey, strongly fractured with cm scale breccia intervals, carbonate infill, weak to moderately magnetic throughout,28.35 - 29.35 m- one metre interval of possible greywacke, moderately foliated30.83 m - sharp break @ 45" TGA

    Arkosic Sediment: similar fine grain sediment, but weakly silicified with 1-20Xo pale red garnets 2-3 mm, magnetic throughout, variably fractured, minor calc- silicate bands about irregular quartz veins,60.0 - 75.66 m- strongly fractured A faulted, minor hematite staining, unit pales and becomes more silicified,- graphitic fault planes @ 45-50" TGA, trace hematite staining of core, carbonate infill of fractures, tr-1/2% py as disseminations and fracture fill,70.4 m - Mo in quartz-carbonate veinlet

    Arkosic Sediment: fine grain, medium grey, moderately banded by fractures with silicified halos containing a fine white acciular mineral,

    Arkosic Sediment: Fault @ 25" TGA at beginning of interval introduces moderate to strong pervasive silica and sericite alteration, 1-20Xo disseminated Py82.90 m - Mo in quartz-carbonate veinlet83.15 m - tight fault @ 15" TGA with epidote along fractures,

    Arkosic Sediment: fine grain, medium grey, moderately banded by fractures with silicified halos containing a fine white acciular mineral,

    Arkosic Sediment: Fault @ 25" TGA at beginning of interval introduces moderate to strong pervasive silica and sericite alteration, 1-20Xo disseminated Py

  • Diamond Drill Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC.

    From

    96.6

    118.0

    122.64

    129.74

    148.89

    173.50

    205

    To

    118.0

    133.64

    129.74

    148.89

    173.50

    205

    EOH

    Rock Type

    5h,si,(sr),(gt)

    5h,si,st,py

    5f75b,(si),(sr)

    5h,(si),(sr),(gt)

    5g,(si),(sr)

    5g,gt

    Description- well laminated sections are a waxy grey colour, up to 2Vo disseminated py, 8 mm wide band of green mica @ 92.3 m

    Arkosic Sediment: fine grain, medium grey, moderately banded by fractures with silicified halos containing a fine white acciular mineral, 1-2"7o pale red garnets

    Arkosic Sediment: fine grain, medium grey-green, well banded on the mm scale, trace quartz flooding and related calc-silicate alteration,- foliation @ 550 TCA- foliation plane contain disseminated and blebby Py ~ 1-20Xo, relict feldspar are visible, a 50 cm interval of greywacke occurs @ 122.05 m @ 600 TCA, LG is sharp with the TC gradational - tops to the south??

    Greywacke: medium grained, ^Vo lithic fragments up to 11 mm, large clasts are dark grey 4 stretched ~ 5:1 , tr py- LC @ 65" TCA

    Greywacke: medium grained, well foliated/banded, medium grey, 20 cm bleached interval @ 134.0 m, vuggy with carbonate fill of fractures, tr-1/2 0Xo Py

    Greywacke: fine grain, light grey colour, 2-30Xo pale red garnet, moderately banded, becomes a fine greywacke over a 2 m interval,

    Greywacke: fine grain, weakly banded, 4-507o 2-3 M pale red garnet,202.5m-10dyklet- unit becomes a light grey - silicified - within a 1 m of the dyklet.

  • DDH Sample Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC.

    Property: Petrant Lake Hole No: P96-3 Date: Jun-96

    Sample #P96-03-001

    P96-03-002

    P96-03-003

    P96-03-004

    P96-03-005

    P96-03-006

    P96-03-007

    P96-03-008

    P96-03-009

    P96-03-010

    P96-03-011

    P96-03-012

    P96-03-013

    P96-03-014

    P96-03-015

    P96-03-016

    P96-03-017

    P96-03-018

    P96-03-019

    P96-03-020

    P96-03-021

    P96-03-022

    P96-03-023

    P96-03-024

    P96-03-025

    P96-03-026

    P96-03-027

    P96-03-028

    P96-03-029

    P96-03-030

    P96-03-031

    P96-03-032

    P96-03-033

    P96-03-034

    P96-03-035

    P96-03-036

    P96-03-037

    P96-03-038

    From

    54.00

    55.00

    56.00

    57.00

    58.00

    59.00

    60.00

    61.00

    62.00

    63.00

    64.00

    65.00

    66.00

    67.00

    68.00

    69.00

    70.00

    71.00

    72.00

    73.00

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    82.00

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    84.00

    91.00

    92.00

    93.00

    94.00

    95.00

    96.00

    117.00

    118.00

    119.00

    120.00

    121.00

    122.00

    123.00

    TO

    55.00

    56.00

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    60.00

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    118.00

    119.00

    120.00

    121.00

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    124.00

    Width11111111111111111111111111111111111111

    AssaysAu (ppb)

    ^^^^^^^8

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    ^

    7

    25

    ^

    ^

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    ^

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    ^

    ^

    ^

    13

  • DDH Sample Record

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC.

    Property: Petrant Lake Hole No: P96-3 Date: Jun-96

    Sample #P96-03-039

    P96-03-040

    P96-03-041

    From124.00

    125.00

    129.00

    To

    125.00

    126.00

    130.05

    Width

    1

    1

    1.05

    AssaysAu (ppbj

  • APPENDIX II

    Assay Certificates

  • ACCURASSAY LABORATORIESA DIVISION OF ASSAY LABORATORY SERVICES INC.

    BATTLE MOUNTAIN CANADA INC.40 MANITOU RD., P.O. BOX 100, SUITE 103MANITOUWADGE, ONTARIOPOT 2COFAX (807)826-4440ATTENTION: COLIN MACKENZIE -

    SAMPLE # Accurassay Customer

    123456789

    1011 Check12131415161718192021 Check2223242526272829

    BD 39-38 BD 39-39 BD 39-40 BD 39-41 BD 39-42 BD 39-43 BD 39-44 BD 39-45 BD 39-46 BD 39-47 BD 39-47 BD 23-1 BD 23-2 BD 23-3 BD 23-4 BD 23-5 BD 23-6 BD 23-7 BD 23-8 BD 23-9 BD 23-9 BD 23-10 BD 23-11 BD 23-12 BD 23-13 BD 23-14 BD 23-15 BD 23-16 BD 23-17

    1070 LITHIUM DRIVE, UNIT 2THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO P7B 6G3

    PHONE (807) 623-6448FAX (807) 623-6820

    Page l

    Nov. 26, 1996

    Job# 9641509

    Project # 442

    Gold Goldppb Oz/t

    61 0.00238 0.00150 0.00136 0.00126 cO.OOl30 ^.00162 0.00243 0.00129 -cO.OOl

    missing missing

    8 *:0.00134 0.00141 0.00114 cO.OOl44 0.00122 -cO.OOl10 *:0.001

    120 0.00312 .cO.OOl12 *:0.00122 -eO.OOl13 ^.00113 *:0.00118 cO.OOl36 ^.001

    127 0.00495 0.003

    143 0.004

    Certified By:

  • ACCURASSAY LABORATORIESA DIVISION OF ASSAY LABORATORY SERVICES INC.

    1070 LITHIUM DRIVE, UNIT 2THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO P7B 6G3

    PHONE (807) 623-6448FAX (807) 623-6820

    Page 2

    BATTLE MOUNTAIN CANADA INC.40 MANITOU RD. ( P.O. BOX 100,MANITOUWADGE, ONTARIOPOT 2COFAX (807)826-4440ATTENTION: COLIN MACKENZIE

    SAMPLE # Accurassay Customer

    SUITE 103

    30 BD31 Check BD32 BD33 BD34 BD35 BD36 BD37 BD38 BD39 BD40 BD41 Check BD42 BD43 BD44 BD

    39-28*39 -2839-29-39-3*0'39-3'l"

    39-3239-33'39-34"39-35'39-36^39-37"39-37^63-10^

    63-12

    Gold ppb

    3334

    16515216

    10271522976

    c5 11

    Nov. 22, 1996

    Job# 9641497

    Project # 442,490,498

    Gold Oz/t

    cO.OOlcO.OOl 0.005

    cO.OOlcO.OOlcO.OOlcO.OOl ^.001cO.OOlcO.OOlcO.OOl

  • ACCURASSAY LABORATORIESA DIVISION OF ASSAY LABORATORY SERVICES INC.

    1070 LITHIUM DRIVE. UNIT 2THUNDER BAY. ONTARIO P7B 6G3

    PHONE (807) 623-6448p ftFAJ(807) 623-6820

    aEMLO GOLD MINES INC. P.O. BOX 100ANITODWADGE, ONTARIOOT 2CO

    -TTBNTlONi COLIN MACKENZIE

    EXPLORATION OFFICE

    mi

    1234567B9

    1011121314IS161718192021222324

    HpVWMM MM MM ff

    f Customer

    P96-1-1P96-1-2P96-1-3P96-1-4P96-1-5P96-1-6P96-1-7P96-1-8P96-1-9P96-1-10

    Check P96-1-10P96-1-11P96-1-12P96-1-13P96-1-14P96-1-15P96-1-16P96-1-17P96-1-18P96-1-19

    Check P96-1-19P96-1-20P96-1-21P96-1-22

    June 10, 1996

    Job# 964739

    Project #406

    GoldPpb

    9

  • ACCURASSAY LABORATORIESK;O^J OF 4;,S4V i AHfjRA T(,iR\' S

    10/0 LITHIUM DRIVE. UNiT 2THUNDER BAv. ONTARIO P7B 6G3

    PHONE (807) 623-6*48FAX ((307) 623-6820

    Page l

    GOLD INC. EXPLORATION OFFICEP.O. ion

    ONTARIO POT 2CO

    ftCustomer

    i23456789

    104 -^XX

    1213141516171819202122232425262728

    P96-l-23P96-1-24P96-1-25P96-1-20P96-1-27P9S-1-28P95-1-2?P96-1-30P3S-1-31P36-1-32P36-1-32P96-1-33P96-1-34P96-1-35P96-1-36P96-1-37P96-1-38P96-1-39F96-1-40P96-1-41P96-1-41PS6-1-42P36-1-43P96-1-44F96-1-45P96-1-46P96-1-47P96-1-48

    June 12, 1996

    Job# 964756

    Project # 406

    Gold ppfo Oa/t

    6

  • LABORATORIESA DiV'SiON OF ASSAY LABORATORY SERVICES INC.

    1070 LITHIUM DRIVE, UNIT 2THUNDER BAY. ONTARIO P7B 6G3

    PHONE (807)623-6-148FAX (807) 623-68ZOPag* l

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC. EXPLORATION OFFICE June 13, 1996 P.O. BOX 100MMTITOXJWADGl, ONTARIO Job* 964763 POT 2CO

    Project # 406ATTENTIONj MACKENZIE

    # Gold Gold Accurassay Customer ppb Oz/t

    1 P96-2-1

  • ACCURASSAY LABORATORIES.4 DIVISION OF ASSAY LABORATORY SERVICES INC

    107Q LITHIUM DRIVE, UNIT 2THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO P7B 6G3

    PHONE (807) 623-6448FAX (807) 623-6820

    Page l

    HEM1O GOLD MINB3 INC, EXPLORATION OFFICE June 15, 1996 P.O. BOX 100MANITOUWADGE, ONTARIO Job# 964768 POT 2CO

    Project # 406ATTENTIONi COLIN MACKENZIE

    SAMPLE # Gold Gold Accuraesay Customer ppb Oz/t

    Certified By;

    1 P96-2-10 ^ *;02 P96-2-11

  • ACCURASSAY LABORATORIESA C-!\!y:O-\ OF AS5* Y IKC.

    1070 LITHIUM DRIVE. UNIT 2THUNDER BAY. ONTARIO P7B 6G3

    PHONC (807) 623-6W8FAX (807) 623-6820Page l

    QOLP INC. EXPLORATION OFFICE ".O, BOX 100

    ; \wITOUWAB-3E,, ONTARIO POT 2CQ

    . TTENTIONi COLIN MACKENZIE

    Customer

    1 P96-3-212 P96-3-223 P96-2-234 P96-3-245 P96-3-256 P96-3-267 P96-3-278 P96-3-28S P96-3-29

    10 P96-3-3011 Check P96-3-3012 P96-3-3113 P96-3-3214 P96-3-3315 P96-3-3416 P96-3-3517 P96-3-3618 P96-3-3719 P96-3-3820 P96-3-3921 Check F96-3-3922 P96-3-4023 PS6-3-41

    June 19, 1996

    JObtf 964797

    Project # 406

    Goldppb

  • 07/08/1996 08:36 18075236820 ACCURASSAY LABS PAGE 01

    ACCURASSAY LABORATORIESA DIVISION OF ASSAY LABORATORY SERVICES INC.

    1070 LITHIUM DRIVE, UNIT 2THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO P7B 6G3

    PHONE (807) 623-6448FAX (807) 623-6820

    Page l

    HEMLO GOLD MINES INC. EXPLORATION OFFICE P.O. BOX 100 MANITOUWADGE, ONTARIO POT 2CO

    ATTENTION: COLIN MACKENZIE

    SAMPLE # Accurasaay Customer

    123456789

    10111213141516171819202122

    P96-3-1P96-3-2P96-3-3P96-3-4P96-3-5P96-3-6P96-3-7P96-3-8P96-3-9P96-3-10

    Check P96-3-10P96-3-11P96-3-12P96-3-13P96-3-14P96-3-15P96-3-16P96-3-17F96-3-18P96-3-19

    Check P96-3-19P96-3-20

    Gold ppb

    June 17, 1996

    Job* 964778

    Project # 406

    Gold Oz/t

    8

  • APPENDIX III

    SECTION 16000 E SECTION 15600 E

  • APPENDIX IV

    Geological Legend

  • HEMLO REGIONAL LEGEND

    1 MAFIC META-VOLCANIC ROCKS1 a mafic flow1c amygdaloidal t spherulitic flow1 p pillowed flow1s ultramafic flow1t tuff, lapilli tuff }1f tuff-breccia

    2 FELSIC META-VOLCANIC ROCK2a massive flow 2b tuff 2c lapilli tuff 2d tuff-breccia

    3 INTERMEDIATE META-VOLCANIC ROCKS3a massive flow 3b tuff ^ 3c lapilli tuff \x 3d tuff-breccia \

    4 CHEMICAL META-SEDIMENTARY ROCKS4a chert4b cherty siltstone4c oxide facies chert-mg IF4d sulfide facies chert/siltstone-py/po IF4e baritic sediments (+I- chert, gm, py, po)

    5 CLASTIC METASEDIMENTARY ROCKS5a cobble conglomerate5b pebble conglomerate5f sandstone5g fine sandstone5h fine sandstone and siltstone5k siltstone and sandstone5m siltstone5n argillite5p pelitic siltstone, pelitic sandstone5x calc-silcate bearing sediments

    6 FELSIC META-INTRUSIVE ROCKS6a quartz-feldspar porphyry stock 6b feldspar porphyry stock

    7 FELSIC DIKES7a quartz-feldspar porphyry dikes 7b feldspar porphyry dikes 7c irregular FP dikes (popcorn porphyry) 7d equigranular dikes

    8 MAFIC DIKES8a diorite8b gabbro8I lamprophyre '8s ultramafic

    9 MAFIC PLUTONIC ROCKS9a gabbro 9b ultramafic

    10 FELSIC PLUTONIC ROCKS10a granodiorite (le Cedar Lake, Heron Bay

    Plutons)10b monzonite (ie Gowan Lake Pluton) 10c feldspar porphyritic diorite (Cotte Stock)

    11 GNEISSIC COMPLEX ROCKS11 a unsubdivided 11b granite gneiss 11c sedimentary gneiss 11d mafic gneiss

    12 LATE FELSIC INTRUSIVES12a aplite 12b pegmatite

    13 DIABASE13a diabase

    14 COLDWELL ALKALIC COMPLEX ROCKS

    MODIFIERS

    Textural Featuresqe quartz-eye bearingfx feldspar crystal bearingr mudstone rip-up clast bearingbx brecciatedsh sheared

    Metamorphic Mineralsan andalusite cd cordierite eh chlorite cm cummingtonite gt garnet ky kyanite mg magnetite si sillimanite st staurolite

    Alteration Mineralsbt biotiteea calciteep epidotefc iron carbonatefd feldspathizedff feldspathized fracturesfs feldspathized stockworkgm green micahm hematitek pink potassium feldspathizedqv quartz veinsi silicifiedsr sericitizedsp sericitized patchesss sericitized stockworkta talctm tourmaline

    () modifiers in parentheses are minorCAPS capitalized modifiers are coarse-grained or intense

    xb amphibllotized bandsxd disseminated amphibolexf amphibilotized fracturesxp amphibilotized patchesx completely amphibilotized

    Sulfldes, Etc.an anhydrite au gold ba barite cp chalcopyrite ga galena gf graphite ma malachite mo molybdenite po pyrrhotite py pyrite sp sphalerite te tellurides

  • Ministry ofNorthern Developmentand Mines

    Declaration of Assessment Work Performed on Mining LandMining Act, Subsection 65(2) and 66(3), R.S.O. 1990

    Transaction Number (office use)

    Assessment Files Research Imaging

    Personal information collected on this f" rm '"* ~ Mining Act, the information is a public r Questions about this collection shoi 933 Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury, On

    Instructions: - For work pert. 42ci3swoi69W974o.ooo22 WABIKOBA LAKE - Please type 01 K ,.,.,. ,.. ..m.

    900

    ing Act. Under section 8 of the md with the mining land holder, 'pment and Mines, 6th Floor,

    40.

    1. Recorded holder(s) (Attach a list if necessary)NameBattle Mountain Canada Ltd.

    Address

    60 Shirley St. So., P.O. Box '1205

    Timmins, Ontario P4N 7J5Name

    Address

    Client Number 143550

    Telephone Number

    (705) 268-9600Fax Number

    (705) 268-9572Client Number

    Telephone Number

    Fax Number

    2. Type of work performed: Check ( s ) and report on only ONE of the following groups for this declaration.

    D Geotechnical: prospecting, surveys, i i Physical: drilling, stripping, r assays and work under section 18 (regs) "-XJ trenching and associated assays LWork Type

    Diamond Drilling - OOK P (7fc-^i'j2|3 . G57.0 WN

    P*f rf6oSr0drk From 08,06,96 To 15 06,96Day | Month | Yaar Day Month | Year

    Global Positioning System Data (if available) Township/Area

    Wabikoba LakeM or G-Plan Number

    G-620

    ^] Rehabilitation

    Office Use

    Commodity

    Total S Value of , Work Claimed J? 73, jyfNTS Reference

    Mining Division /^///^ ,\f

    Resident Geologist District SlHtfri5Efc

    ~*, O 4 V

    ^ fig M LO

    Please remember to: - obtain a work permit from the Ministry of Natural Resources as required;- provide proper notice to surface rights holders before starting work;- complete and attach a Statement of Costs, form 0212;- provide a map showing contiguous mining lands that are linked for assigning work;- include two copies of your technical report.

    3. Person or companies who prepared the technical report (Attach a list if necessary)Name

    Andrew TimsAddress

    P.O. Box 100, 40 Manitou Rd . Suite 103Name Manitouwadge, Ont . POT 2CO

    Address

    Name

    Address

    Telephone Number (807) 826-4532Fax Number

    (807) 826-4440Telephone Number

    Fax Number

    Telephone Number

    Fax Number

    4. Certification by Recorded Holder or Agent

    ______ , do hereby certify that l have personal knowledge of the facts set(Print Name)

    forth in this Declaration of Assessment Work having caused the work to be performed or witnessed the same during or after its completion and, to the best of my knowledge, the annexed report is true.

    Signature of Recorded Holder

    Agent's Address

    feW rx-.;, w it. vi., St. J

    or Agent

    {\ -j- WlH, l,vwvv

    l/m iVu.C'U" fV/O-ST

    Telephone Number

    Date r _

    Fax Number

    0241 (02/96)

  • 5. Work to be recorded and distributed.the mining land where work was performed, must accompany this form.

    Work can only be assigned to claims that are contiguous (adjoining) to at the time work was performed. A map showing the contiguous link

    Mining Claim Number. Or ifwork was done on other eligible mining land, show in this column the location number indicated on the claim map.

    eg

    eg

    eg

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    g

    10

    11

    12

    13

    14

    15

    TB 7827

    1234567

    1 234568

    TR IOW03

    Tfc loWoHT& U&SMk

    Tft il9kSS!

    T& nqi/skT& !iOo65"r

    Tfe IJLoofcSfo

    Number of Claim Units. For other mining land, list hectares.

    16 ha

    12

    2

    l

    32

    /5"

    Mi*Ib

    '

    Column Totals

    Value of work performed on this claim or other mining land.

    326, 825

    0

    S 8, 892

    73,Stf-00

    ~Z3.Stf.00

    Value of work applied to this claim.

    N/A

    824,000

    S 4,000

    (HWt-oo

    laCfrQD

    1WOO

    2oko3-oo

    Sk 88-00

    nolfc-00

    a 1 650 -06

    -7^,517-00

    Value of work assigned to other mining claims.

    S24,000

    0

    0

    539/k-OO

    5p,Sfi^00

    Bank. Value of work to be distributed at a future date.

    S2,825

    0

    S4.892

    , do hereby certify that the above work credits are eligible under1 (Print Full Name)

    subsection 7 (1) of the Assessment Work Regulation 6/96 for assignment to contiguous claims or for application to

    the claim where the work was done.Signature of Recorded Holder or Agent Authorized in Writing Date

    6. Instructions for cutting back credits that are not approved.

    Some of the credits claimed in this declaration may be cut back. Please check ( ^ ) in the boxes below to show how

    you wish to prioritize the deletion of credits:

    D 1. Credits are to be cut back from the Bank first, followed by option 2 or 3 or 4 as indicated.

    D 2. Credits are to be cut back starting with the claims listed last, working backwards; or

    B 3. Credits are to be cut back equally over all claims listed in this declaration; or D 4. Credits are to be cut back as prioritized on the attached appendix or as follows (describe):

    Note: If you have not indicated how your credits are to be deleted, credits will be cut back from the Bank first, followed by option number 2 if necessary.

    For Office Use OnlyReceived Stamp

    MN 1 40241 (02/96)

    Deemed Approved Date

    Date Approved

    , i?? 7

    Date Notification Sent

    Total Value of Credit Approved

    Approved for Recording by Mining Recorder (Signature)

  • Ontario Ministry ofNorthern Developmentand Mines Statement of Costs for Assessment CreditTransaction Number (office use)

    Personal information collected on this form is obtained under the authority of subsection 6(1) of the Assessment Work Regulation 6/96. Under section 8 of the Mining Act, the information Is a public record. This information will be used to review the assessment work and correspond with the mining land holder. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Chief Mining Recorder, Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, 6th Floor, 933 Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury, Ontario, P3E 6B5.

    Work Type

    Drilling

    Assay

    Labour

    Units of WorkDepending on the type of work, list the number of hours/days worked, metres of drilling, kilo metres of grid line, number of samples, etc.

    657m

    1 1 0 samples #tf" G^

    4 employeese 3i

    }t7'days = 2eday

    Associated Costs (e.g. supplies, mobilization and demobilization).

    Supplies (core trays)

    Hol ,^ ^

    Transportation Costs

    Truck Rental

    Food and Lodging Costs

    Cost Per Unit of work

    70.98/m

    10.67/sampliCX. SO 63*-

    j ^TA.LJU/CJ.t-ly

    -

    Total Value of Assessment Work

    Total Cost

    46,633.00

    2 1 , 174.00

    6,800.00

    962.00

    17,326.00

    624.00

    373,519.00

    Calculations of Filing Discounts:

    1. Work filed within two years of performance is claimed at 100 0Xo of the above Total Value of Assessment Work.2. If work is filed after two years and up to five years after performance, it can only be claimed at 50 07o of the Total

    Value of Assessment Work. If this situation applies to your claims, use the calculation below:

    TOTAL VALUE OF ASSESSMENT WORK x 0.50 ^ Total S value of worked claimed.

    Note:- Work older than 5 years is not eligible for credit.- A recorded holder may be required to verify expenditures claimed in this statement of costs within 45 days of a request for verification and/or correction/clarification. If verification and/or correction/clarification is not made, the Minister may reject all or part of the assessment work submitted.

    Certification verifying costs:

    , do hereby certify, that the amounts shown are as accurate as may(please print full name)

    reasonably be determined and the costs were incurred while conducting assessment work on the lands indicated on

    the accompanying Declaration of Work form as

    to make this certification.

    c.-? ^' _________ (recorded holder, agent, or state'company position with signing authority) | a m authorized

    JAN 2 k 1997

    0212 (02/96)

    Signature ///h

    JDate

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  • Details for Work Report t EASTCAN97.Q06 n* -* 4raq* i

    i Work Report* 1 for Applying l Reserve

    ICIaim Number K see note 2!

    1 of 1Claiml Unitsl

    ITS i.099.5031 iITB 1.093.504 3ITS 1.183.298

    TB 1.196.851

    ITB 1.197.156 4

    215

    ITB 1.200.8551 12

    ITB 1.200,6561 16

    Total Number of Claims

    lvalue of Assesmentl l Work Done l l on this Claim !

    Value ADD!led to this Claim

    l l

    0,00

    0.

    73,518.C

    0.00 l

    0.00

    3.00

    73.513.00 l

    Total Value Work Done

    1.422.C4.266.002.844.C

    20.603.00

    17,076.00 l

    21.620. C

    73.513.00

    Total Value Work ADDlied

    Values Assigned IReserve:Work to be!from this Claim l Claimed at l

    l a Future Date l

    l l

    52.916.1

    52.315.00 l

    Total Assigned From

    Total Reserve

    'Credits you are claiming in this report may be cut back. In order to minimize the adverse affects of such deletions, JDlease indicate from which claims you wish to priorize the deletion of credits. Please mark i x) one of the following:h. l l Credits are to be cut back starting with the claims listed last, working backwards.

    2. [id Credits are to be cut back eauallv over all claims contained in this report of work.l i

    3. II Credits are to be cut back as priorized on the attatched appendix.i i

    4.1 l Credits are to be cut back starting with the claims that have reserve credits.LJ

    lin the event that you have not specified your choice of priority, option one will be implemented,Note 1: Examples of beneficial Interest are unrecorded transfers, option payments, memorandum of agreements, etc.

    with respect to the mining claims, Note 2: If work has been performed on patented or leased land, please complete the following;

    II certify that the recorded holder had a beneficial interest in (Signature Ithe patented or leased land at the time the work was performed, l

    l Date

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    REFERENCESAREAS WITHDRAWN FROM DISPOSITION

    M.R.O. - MINING RIGHTS ONLY

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    subject to easement for tailings disposal*omby twp. landroll) easement 384-10

    ^ Surface and mining rights withdrawn from staking order W 33/85, 18/12/85.

    Surface rights withdrawn from staking oTder W 28/83, 20/10/83.

    _ Surface rights withdrawn from staking order W 22/84, 14/09/84.

    Surface rights withdrawn from staking ofderWIO/SS, 02/10/85.

    Surface righto withdrawn from staking order W TB 04/04NWR Q4/IG/I4. septlo drying bedt HBOKNEO ORDER O-TB IJM mm

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    SURFACE ft MINING RIGHTS WITHDRAWN FROM STAKING. PENDING RELIEF FROM FORFEITURE FROM MINISTER.

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    LEGENDHIGHWAY AND ROUTE No. OTHER ROADS TRAILS SURVEYED LINES:

    TOWNSHIPS, BASE LINES. ETC.LOTS, MINING CLAIMS, PARCELS, ETC

    UNSURVEYED LINES:LOT LINESPARCEL BOUNDARYMINING CLAIMS ETC.

    RAILWAY AND RIGHT OF WAY UTILITY LINES NON-PERENNIAL STREAM FLOODING OR FLOODING RIGHTS SUBDIVISION OR COMPOSITE PLAN RESERVATIONS ORIGINAL SHORELINE MARSH OR MUSKEG MINES TRAVERSE MONUMENT

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    DISPOSITION OF CROWN LANDS

    TYPE OF DOCUMENT SYMBOL

    PATENT, SURFACE 8t MINING RIGHTS....-....-. *" .SURFACE RIGHTS ONLY...................... 9

    .MINING RIGHTS ONLY___.............. OLEASE, SURFACE 81 MINING RIGHTS B

    " .SURFACE RIGHTS ONLY._............... H" , MINING RIGHTS ONLY.......... B

    LICENCE OF OCCUPATION .............. TORDER-IN-COUNCIL ...........--..... . OCRESERVATION _____,...... CANCELLED ___................................ SAND &L GRAVEL ._-..-.........

    LAND USE PERMITS FOR COMMERCIAL TOURISM. OUTPOST CAMPSNOTE: MINING RIGHTS IN PARCELS PATENTED PRIOR TO MAY 6.

    1913, VESTED IN ORIGINAL PATENTEE BY THE PUBLIC LANDS ACT, R.S.O. 1970. CHAP. 380. SEC. 63, SUBSEC 1.

    SCALE: 1 INCH ~ 40 CHAINS

    FEETO 1000 20OO 4OOO 6000 aooo

    O 200 METRES

    1000(1 KM)

    2000(2 KM)

    SOLONG LAKE SUBJECT TO FLOODING TO ELEVATION GSC 323.75 METRES

    Land* Surrounded by This Marking of* Subj*d loS*c. 189 EaMinont 084*10. SM Bomby Landrail.

    * * * * Land* Surrounded by Thl* Marking or* Sublet foFlojdln* and oth*r rlahU. qi p*r S.c. 189 Eastmml 4189-14. SM Whit* Lok* N. Undroll.

    NOTE: Th* abow EoMfflmU Run With Th* Land And WU Aftaat Laasai And Patent*.

    The information that appears on this map has been compiled from various sources and accuracy is not guaranteed. Those wishing to stake MINING CLAIMS should consult with the MFNING RECORDER Ministry of . Northern Development and Mines for additional information on the status of the lands shown hereon,

    AREA

    WABIKOBA LAKEM.N.R. ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICT

    TERRACE BAYMINING DIVISION

    THUNDER BAYLAND TITLES/ REGISTRY DIVISION

    THUNDER BAY

    Ministryof LandNatural ManagementResources Branch

    Ontario

    0ltJ AUGUST 1984

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    Number

    G-620

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    200

    P96-2

    200

    42C13SW0169 W9740.00022 WABIKOBA LAKE 210

    SCALE: 1:500

    50 m

    Hemlo Gold Mines Inc.Petrant Lake Option

    SECTIDN 16000EHole P96-1 t* 2

    Clam No, 1196851DATEi 96/07/05 SCALE' Ii500

  • P96-3 180' Grid Az -55' Dip

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    Hemlo Gold Mines IncPetrant Lake Option

    SECTION 15600EHole P96-3

    Claim No, 1196851