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MINDORO RESOURCES LTD.

(MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.)

LOBO PROJECT
BATANGAS PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES

RESULTS OF PHASE 2 DRILLING PROGRAM,

June 10 , 2004

By

Edsel M. Abrasaldo

James A. Climie

Fianza T. Lab-oyan

Mervin C. de los Santos


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page

1.0 SUMMARY ………………………………………………………………. 5


1.1 General ………………………………………………………………. 5
1.2 Epithermal Gold Prospects ………………………………………. 5
1.3 Phase 2 Drill Program ………………………………………………. 6
1.4 Porphyry Copper-Gold Potential ………………………………………. 7
2.0 INTRODUCTION AND TERMS OF REFERENCE ………………. 8
3.0 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION ………………………. 10
4.0 PHILIPPINE MINING LAW ………………………………………. 11
4.1 General ………………………………………………………………. 11
4.2 Mining Claims ………………………………………………………. 11
4.3 Exploration Permit ………………………………………………. 11
4.4 Mineral Agreement ………………………………………………. 12
4.5 Financial or Technical Assistance Agreement ………………………. 14
4.6 Qualified Person ………………………………………………………. 15
4.7 Government Involvement ………………………………………. 16
4.8 Environmental Matters ………………………………………………. 16
5.0 ACCESSIBILITY, CLIMATE, PHYSIOGRAPHY ………………. 17
6.0 HISTORY ………………………………………………………………. 17
7.0 GEOLOGICAL SETTING ………………………………………………. 19
7.1 Regional Geology ………………………………………………………. 19
7.2 Project Geology ………………………………………………………. 21
7.2.1 Lithostratigraphy ………………………………………………. 22
8.0 DEPOSIT TYPES ………………………………………………………. 25
9.0 MINERALIZATION ………………………………………………. 26
9.1 Lobo Project ………………………………………………………. 26
9.1.1 General ………………………………………………………. 26
9.1.2 Southwest Breccia (SWB)..……………………………………… 26
Drillcore Alteration .……………………………………… 30
9.1.3 Acacia Zone ………………………………………………. 31
9.2 Other Lobo Projects ………………………………………………. 32
9.2.1 Old Lobo Mine ………………………………………………. 32
9.2.2 West Drift Prospect ………………………………………. 33
9.2.3 Nagtoctoc Prospect ………………………………………. 34
9.2.4 Far North East (FNE) Prospect ………………………………. 34
9.2.5 Bukal Prospect ………………………………………………. 36
9.2.6 Camo Prospect ………………………………………………. 36
9.2.7 Binong Prospect ………………………………………………. 37
9.2.8 East Ridge Prospect ………………………………………. 37
9.2.9 Calumpang Prospect ………………………………………. 38
9.2.10 Paco Prospect ………………………………………………. 38
9.2.11 Balisong Prospect ………………………………………………. 38
9.2.12 Pica Prospect ………………………………………………. 39
9.2.13 J-Hill Prospect ………………………………………………. 39
9.2.14 Southwest Extension (Jane) Prospect ………………………. 40
10.0 EXPLORATION ………………………………………………………. 40
10.1 Ground Magnetic Survey ………………………………………. 40
10.2 Detailed Exploration Work: West Drift-Bukal Area ………………. 42

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11.0 DRILLING ………………………………………………………………. 44
12.0 SAMPLING METHOD AND APPROACH ………………………. 60
13.0 SAMPLE PREPARATION, ANALYSIS, SECURITY ………………. 61
14.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL (QA/QC) ...………. 63
14.1 Duplicate Samples ………………………………………………. 64
14.2 Blank Samples ………………………………………………………. 67
15.0 DRY BULK DENSITY CALCULATION ………………………………. 68
15.1 General Discussion ………………………………………………. 68
15.2 MRL Gold’s Dry Bulk Density Standard Procedures………………… 69
15.3 Result of Dry Bulk Density Calculation ………………………. 69
16.0 INTERPRETATION AND CONCLUSIONS …………………………. 72
16.1 Epithermal Gold Prospects ………………………………………. 72
16.1.1 Structural/Depositional Controls ………………………. 72
16.1.2 Deposit Types ………………………………………………. 72
16.1.3 SWB Ore-Shoot ………………………………………. 73
16.1.4 Old Lobo Mine ………………………………………. 73
16.1.5 Acacia Prospect ………………………………………. 75
16.1.6 Ore-Shoots Potential In Lobo Project ………………………. 75
16.2 Porphyry Copper-Gold Potential ………………………………. 72
17.0 RECOMMENDATIONS …………………………………………….… 77
18.0 REFERENCES …………………………………………………….… 79

List of Figures
Figure 1 - Location Map of Lobo and Batangas Projects
Figure 2 - Regional Map Showing Tenements and Prospects
Figure 3 - Lobo Project Compilation Map
Figure 4 - Lobo Project Interpreted Section Looking East
Figure 5 - Lobo Project Deposit Model
Figure 6 - Lobo Project SWB Interpreted Geological Map
Figure 7 - Lobo Project West Drift – SWB Interpreted Section
Figure 8 - Lobo Project Ground Magnetic Contour
Figure 9 - Drill Section 9978 N
Figure 10 - Drill Section 10,060 N
Figure 11 - Drill Section 10,100 N
Figure 12 - Drill Section 10,140 N
Figure 13 - Drill Section 10,155 N
Figure 14 - Drill Section 10,170 N
Figure 15 - Drill Section 10,185 N
Figure 16 - Drill Section 10,200 N
Figure 17 - Drill Section 10,215 N
Figure 18 - Drill Section 10,230 N
Figure 19 - Drill Section 10,005 E
Figure 20 - SWB Longitudinal Section

List of Tables
Table 1- Phase 2 Drill Holes Intersecting Significant Gold Values
Table 2- Assay Results of Follow up Sampling in Old Lobo Mine, July, 2003
Table 3- Assay Results of Reconnaissance Sampling in Old Lobo Mine, July, 2002
Table 4- Assay Results of Trench Sampling in FNE Prospect

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Table 5- Assay Results of Channel Sampling in Camo Prospect
Table 6- Assay Results of Rock Sampling in East Ridge Prospect
Table 7- Assay Results of Rock Sampling in Calumpang Prospect
Table 8- Assay Results of Rock Sampling in Pica Prospect
Table 9- Assay Results of Channel Sampling in WD Prospect
Table 10- Phase 2 Drill Hole Location
Table 11- Phase 2 Drilling Significant Intercepts
Table 11- Phase 2 Drilling Significant Intercepts
Table 12- Summary of Drill Core and Sludge Samples Assayed
Table 13- Sample Method of Analyses
Table 14- Duplicate Pair MPD (%)
Table 15- McPhar’s Rock Sample Duplicate-Appendix
Table 16- McPhar’s Sludge Sample Duplicate-Appendix
Table 17- McPhar vs. Intertek Fine Duplicate-Appendix
Table 18- McPhar vs. Intertek Coarse Duplicate-Appendix
Table 19- McPhar’s Blank Sample Results
Table 20- MRL Gold’s Dry Bulk Density Calculation
Table 21- Description of Dry Bulk Density Samples

Appendices
Appendix 1 Surface Rock Samples Ledger
Appendix 2 Lobo Ground Magnetic Survey Data
Appendix 3 Drill Hole Summary Logs
Appendix 4 Drill Hole Sample Ledgers
Appendix 5 Report on Petrographic Analyses of Lobo Samples
Appendix 6 McPhar’s Assay Results (available upon request to Mindoro)
Appendix 7 Quality Assurance/Quality Control Tables
Appendix 8 Consultants’ Reports

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1. 0 SUMMARY

1.1 General

This report describes results for Phase 2 drill program on the Southwest Breccia Gold Zone
(SWB), and other exploration carried out in the Lobo Project from October, 2003, to April,
2004, by MRL Gold Philippines Inc. (MRL Gold), a wholly owned subsidiary of Mindoro
Resources Ltd. (Mindoro). The Lobo Project is being explored under an option agreement
with Egerton Gold Philippines, Inc. (Egerton) by which MRL Gold may earn a 75 %
interest in all projects. The Lobo Project tenement has a total area of 1,164 hectares and
hosts at least 15 known epithermal low sulphidation gold, and high sulphidation copper-
gold-silver prospects. Magnetic anomalies delineated by both airborne and ground
magnetic surveys are interpreted as potential porphyry copper-gold systems and are high
priority drill targets.

1.2 Epithermal Gold Prospects

The Lobo Project is underlain by extensively altered Pliocene andesitic volcanics intruded
by coeval sub-volcanic intrusions, and overlain in places by Quaternary cover. It is an
extensively mineralized project and, to date, approximately 7 km of northeast-trending
epithermal vein breccia trends have been recognized, the principal of which are Sampson
and Camo, each traced over approximately 2 km. Several other vein breccia trends, only
partially defined to date, are recognized. It is likely that extensive related silica cap
material, as well as Quaternary cover rocks, obscure other vein breccia trends elsewhere on
the project.

The vein breccia trends are defined mainly by mineralized and hydrothermally altered
outcrops and boulders with varying amounts of sulphides; and accompanying gold, silver
and copper mineralization. Both low and high sulphidation epithermal types are present but
overall, low sulphidation mineralization dominates.

The vein-breccia complexes are located along northeast-trending structures, interpreted as


regional transfer structures, related to sinistral strike-slip deformation along splays of the
Philippine Fault.

As is typical of epithermal systems, mineralization occurs as multiple mineralized ore-


shoots, with vertical dimensions greatly exceeding horizontal dimensions. Only a small
number of the mineralized ore-shoots are expected to be exposed at the present day erosion
level, and considerable drilling will be required to discover and evaluate these blind
mineralization shoots.

The epithermal gold prospect that has been subjected to the most-detailed evaluation at this
time is SWB. Phase 1 and Phase 2 drilling activities were concentrated in this ore-shoot,
which represents a small segment of the Camo Trend. A total of 1,996.40 meters [m] of
drilling in 28 holes has been carried out to date on SWB.

Other promising prospects, which are being programmed for drilling, include the Old Lobo
Mine, and its southwest extension, West Drift. The Old Lobo Mine was mined
underground on a small scale in the mid to late sixties for copper-gold-silver. Based on old

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records, development workings and exploration drifts extended over about 300 m of strike
and to a shallow depth not exceeding 150 m. The operation failed due to then-prevailing
economics and metal prices (gold was about US$ 30/ounce). On cessation of mining, the
Philippine Mines and Geosciences Bureau (1984) reported remaining “reserves” in the
active stopes, as 90,700 tonnes at a grade of 20.5 g/t gold, or 60,000 contained ozs of gold.
Although no records have been located, it is believed the gold resource referred to is in the
West Drift area. This constitutes a high priority drill target.

A strong magnetic low is associated with the Sampson Trend that is 300-400 m wide and
extends the entire length of the area surveyed to date. Drilling has indicated that this is due
to intense hydrothermal alteration occurring along the structural trend. The magnetic low is
much stronger along the Sampson Trend than along the Camo Trend, probably indicating
more intense alteration / mineralization along the former trend. It may also have
implications on proximity to the assumed porphyry copper-gold system sources of the
epithermal mineralization.

There are at least 13 other prospects located along, or near, the epithermal vein breccia
trends where strong alteration occurs and encouraging metal values have been obtained.
These merit detailed evaluation. In addition, extensive areas of silica cap have been
mapped. Silica cap represents the un-eroded top of the epithermal mineralization system and
it is likely ore-shoots will occur beneath these in places localised within fault structures.

1.3 Phase 2 Drill Program

Fifteen holes were completed with 1 hole drilled in the Acacia Prospect, aggregating a total
length of 991.40m. The following holes intersected significant gold values:

Table 1: Phase 2 Drill Holes Intersecting Significant Gold Values


Drill Hole From (m) To (m) True Width (m) Gold (g/t)

LB-14 47.40 59.45 7.50 15.71


Including 51.85 57.60 3.58 24.32
LB-15 17.00 31.60 14.60 6.52
Including 23.40 31.60 8.2 10.10
LB-17 35.10 44.55 3.53 8.29
Including 36.20 42.35 2.30 12.46
LB-18 21.00 27.10 5.73 5.74
Including 23.00 24.90 1.78 19.80
LB-20 6.10 28.40 15.00 5.30
Including 12.40 16.50 2.76 11.43
LB-24 4.80 21.10 15.32 7.75
Including 14.05 21.10 6.63 16.49
LB-25 39.60 95.80 14.05 4.24
Including 70.00 72.75 0.69 8.63*

* Gold equivalent (calculated based on US$ 400/oz for gold, US$ 6/oz for silver and
US$ 1.00/LB for copper)

The average grade of all significant mineralized drill intersections for the Phase 2 drilling
exercise in SWB (excluding LB-27 at the Acacia Prospect) is 4.85 g/t gold. In both the
phase 1 and 2 programs, a total of 1,992.8 m was drilled, over about 250 m of strike length

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in SWB. Gold mineralization has been encountered for a down-dip distance of over 167 m
from surface trenches, and is open at depth, to the south. Mineralization appears to pinch to
the north but further drilling is necessary to confirm this. The greatest tonnage potential
appears to be where the pre-ore faults (northwest-trending faults) intersect northeasterly
transfer structures. The ore-shoots may decrease in width to the northeast and southwest,
away from the structural intersections, however, it is expected that they will widen again as
they approach another structural intersection and, thus, exhibit a pinch and swell pattern
along strike.

At the time of writing, a gold resource calculation is being carried out for SWB. It appears
that a significant, near-surface gold resource has been outlined by drilling and that the Lobo
Project has excellent potential for the occurrence of additional, low sulphidation gold ore-
shoots such as SWB, and also for high sulphidation copper-silver-[gold] ore-shoots like the
Old Lobo Mine.

1.4 Porphyry Copper-Gold Potential

The syn-mineral, high-sulphidation component present just southwest of SWB at Japanese


Tunnel, in the Old Lobo Mine, and elsewhere at Lobo, strongly suggests that a magmatic
source(s) is present at shallow depth. A cluster of 6 distinct magnetic responses occurs
within the Lobo Project and one just outside, in ground also controlled by MRL
Gold/Egerton. These anomalies are interpreted as high-level intrusions with which
porphyry copper-gold mineralization could be associated. A potassium anomaly occurs
associated with three of the magnetic anomalies in proximity to the Old Lobo Mine/West
Drift area, which may reflect potassium enrichment and porphyry copper-gold associated
potassic alteration.

MRL Gold conducted a ground magnetic survey covering part of the project including West
Drift, Bukal, SWB, Old Lobo Mines, East Ridge, Camo Prospects and part of Far Northeast
(FNE) Prospect. The ground magnetic survey defined a very prominent positive anomaly,
approximately coincident with the two airborne anomalies, extending over an area of about
600 m by 150 m. Modeling indicates a depth to source of approximately 100 m. A second
positive magnetic anomaly in the northeast of the current survey area has been partially
defined to date. The ground survey will be extended to cover this as well as the other
airborne anomalies on the Lobo Project. The prominent positive magnetic anomaly is
interpreted as being associated with a porphyry copper-gold system.

The presence of a porphyry system is supported by alteration windows, comprising clay-


pyrite±quartz (argillic) and localized quartz-pyrite-clay (intermediate argillic), that were
mapped in Batang Creek, West Drift and Bukal areas. The mapped alteration windows are
interpreted to be transitional to quartz-sericite-pyrite alteration (pyllic), peripheral to the
potassic core of a porphyry system. In addition, it is important to note that some of the
completed drill holes in SWB (including the Acacia Prospect drill test hole) contain
appreciable copper sulphide minerals of high sulphidation affinity. This strongly suggests
the occurrence of high-level intrusives at depth.

Other areas that show significant copper mineralization within the Lobo tenements include:
FNE, where high copper (up to 8.68 %) and silver (up to 1,792 g/t) values were obtained
from float samples; Nagtoctoc, where chip samples of outcrops show 7.3 % copper and 87
g/t silver; and Pica Prospect. The latter prospect, although has not yielded significant

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copper and gold grades, features extensive silica capping that signifies intense acid leaching
from magmatic derived fluids emanating from an interpreted porphyry intrusive source at
depth.

2.0 INTRODUCTION AND TERMS OF REFERENCE

This technical report was prepared by MRL Gold Philippines Inc. (MRL Gold), a wholly
owned subsidiary of Mindoro Resources Ltd of Canada (TSX-Venture Exchange). It covers
the results of the Phase 2 diamond drill program on the Lobo property from October 2003 to
April 2004. The principal objectives of this second phase drill program were to extend the
SWB ore-shoot and gain sufficient information to carry out a resource estimate.

Lobo is located some 150 km south of Metro Manila (Figure 1). It is situated at Mabilog na
Bundok village, municipality of Lobo, Batangas Province.

This report was prepared jointly by: James A. Climie - P. Geologist and President, Edsel
M. Abrasaldo, Fianza T. Lab-oyan, and Mervin C. de los Santos, Vice President, Senior
Geologist and Geologist of MRL Gold respectively. All work was carried out under the
direct supervision of James A. Climie, P. Geol. who carried out frequent and extensive site
visits. Mr. Climie is a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

Edsel Abrasaldo has worked full-time for MRL Gold since 1997. His experience in mineral
exploration in the Philippines dates back to 1977 and he has been involved in the
countrywide exploration of various mineral commodities such as chromite (alluvial,
elluvial, chromiferous laterite and Alpine-type deposits), porphyry copper-gold, zircon,
rutile, manganese, feldspar, silica sand, PGM, and epithermal gold. From 1977 to 1985, he
worked with Philchrome Mining Corporation, a Philippine mining company that began a
pioneering countrywide prospecting for chromite sand deposits. The countrywide search
resulted in the successful exploration, development and exploitation of the J.E. Thompson
Mine in Palawan Island, which featured a state-of-the-art 40 ton-per-hour chromite
processing plant. His work with Philchrome widened his career to include experience in
production drilling, mining geology and mineral sands processing and prospecting. 1986 to
1996 was spent with Minimax Mineral Exploration Corporation. In this company, he was
involved in the prospecting, acquisition, evaluation and exploration program management
of numerous epithermal gold, vein-type gold, PGM and porphyry copper-gold prospects.
His work with MRL Gold involves management of exploration projects, environmental
management and community relations.

Fianza T. Lab-oyan has 9 years of experience in gold and copper in both exploration and
mine geology (both surface and underground mining). He has strong field experience in
geological mapping and regional to detailed prospecting, and has managed diamond and
reverse circulation drilling programs. He has worked as a Mine Geologist in Lepanto
Mining Corporation (1995 - 1996), Benguet Corporation’s Antamoc Mine (1996 - 1997)
and in Manila Mining Corporation (1999 - 2001), where he performed mine geology tasks
such as mine grade control; ore zone delineation and ore block (including manual ore
reserve) computations. In exploration, he played a major role in the preliminary
investigation of the Boringot and Lit-ag Prospects of Benguet Corporation in Pantukan,
Davao del Norte, and Mindanao, both of which exhibit low sulfidation style of epithermal
gold mineralization. His work in the Boringot and Lit-ag Prospects included programmed
and supervised reconnaissance to semi-detailed exploration work and drill target definition.

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In his stint with Manila Mining in the Surigao Gold District, he contributed to the discovery
of the Anislagan-Makalaya porphyry copper-gold deposit in 2002. He is presently
employed as a Senior Geologist with MRL Gold, assigned in its Batangas Projects.

Mervin C. de los Santos has a combined 7 years experience for gold and copper exploration
and production geology for both open pit and underground mine. Most of his professional
life was devoted to Lepanto, as a mine geologist on the Victoria epithermal gold-copper
underground operations, and as an exploration geologist for the mine’s tenement areas
covering adjacent high to low sulphidation and porphyry copper deposits. He was involved
in detailed exploration for gold and copper with Climax-Arimco in northeastern Mindanao,
and with Placer Pacific in northern Luzon. He had additional mine geology experience at
the Manila Mining gold–copper deposits and Semirara coal, which were both open pit
mines.

Ma. Elveta C. Comsti performed the petrographic and mineragraphic analyses. Ms.
Comsti holds an MSc. Degree in Applied Science from the University of New South Wales
in Kensington, Australia and she has more than 20 years experience in petrography and
mineragraphy as well as related fields. She is currently a faculty member of the Mapua
Institute of Technology in Manila holding the position of Professor 2, teaching Petrography
and Mineragraphy.

All information presented in this report was prepared in accordance with the requirements
of National Instrument 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. It is noted
that the format prescribed by that instrument has been followed as closely as possible, but
that format is not necessarily considered to be the most logical format for an exploration
report.

3.0 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION

The Lobo Project covers a total of 1,164 hectares and is centered at 13o 39’ 00’’ N latitude
and 121o 15’ 00’’ E longitude. Central to this property is the Old Lobo copper-barite-silver-
gold mine. An approved Mineral Production Sharing Agreement (MPSA) denominated as
MPSA No. 176-2002-IV held by Egerton Gold covers the Lobo Property. It is located in
the villages of Mabilog na Bundok, Nagtalontong, Nagtoctoc and Sawang all within the
municipal jurisdiction of Lobo, Batangas Province. The mining claims comprising the
Lobo Property were originally registered with the Mines and Geosciences Bureau-Regional
Office No. IV (MGB-IV) by Resource Mineral Exploration Corporation, and individual
claim owners Jose de Guzman and Trinidad de Guzman on July 23, 1986 and July 10, 1987.
These same mining claims were assigned to Galactica Mineral Exploration Corporation
through a Deed of Assignment dated August 31, 1988. On August 29, 1997, Galactica
Mineral Exploration Corporation assigned its rights over the mining claims to Apical
Mining Corporation, which in turn deeded the same to Egerton Gold on May 10, 2000.
Mindoro through its wholly owned subsidiary, MRL Gold acquired the right to earn a 75 %
interest in the Lobo Property when it signed an option agreement with Egerton Gold on
October 23, 2000. The right to earn interest is exercisable over three phases with
corresponding financial expenditures.

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4.0 PHILIPPINE MINING LAW

4.1 General

Mineral resources in the Philippines are owned by the State. The Philippine National
Minerals Policy of 2002 states that the mineral resources development shall be undertaken
in a transparent and sustainable manner guided by relevant laws, rules and regulations,
industry guidelines, and corporate responsibility and accountability, committed to the
highest technical standards, management systems and practices, and engaged in a sustained
process of consultation with local governments and communities, business groups, civil
society and other industry stakeholders. The exploration, development and utilization of
mineral resources may only be undertaken through grants of authority or rights to undertake
such activities from the government. Republic Act Number 7942 (the Act) otherwise
known as the Philippine Mining Act of 1995 (together with its revised Implementing Rules
and Regulations (IRR)) is the present governing law on mining rights in the Philippines.

4.2 Mining Claims

The exploration and development of mineral resources may only be undertaken through a
permit granted by, or an agreement with, the government.

Mining activities in the Philippines are governed by a Republic Act passed in 1995 (the
Mining Act). Mining rights in the Philippines may take the form of (i) an exploration permit,
(ii) a mineral agreement, or (iii) an FTAA. The Mining Act has eliminated the use of claims
and leases for mineral properties on a prospective basis. However, claims and leases in
existence when the legislation was enacted continue to be valid.

4.3 Exploration Permit

An application for an exploration permit covering a certain area may be made to the Mines
and Geo-sciences Bureau (“MGB”) of the Department of Environment and Natural
Resources (“DENR”). It must be supported by exploration and environmental work
programs and a financial plan and must comply with certain procedural requirements,
including clearances from the DENR’s Forestry Management Bureau, and posting and
publication of the application. The applicant is also required to secure from the National
Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) under the Office of the President of the
Republic of the Philippines a clearance (if the applied area is free from IPs) or a
certification of free and prior informed consent (if the applied area falls within any of the
Ancestral Domain Areas). Finally, a certification regarding the presentation of the
exploration project is also needed from any two of the three local government units (the
Sangguniang Panlalawigan or the Provincial Council; the Sangguniang Bayan or the
Municipal Council; and Sangguniang Barangay or Village Council) where the applied area
is located. Provided that all the requirements are in order and that the subject area has been
cleared of any conflicting claims, the MGB-Regional Office normally grants the permit
upon endorsement of the MGB-Central Office.

The exploration permit is granted for a period of two years. The Secretary of the DENR
through the Director of MGB may renew it for additional terms of two years each; but in no
case shall the total duration exceed eight years. It may be cancelled if the Permittee fails to

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comply with any of the requirements, or violates the terms and conditions of the permit. In
cases where further exploration is warranted beyond the 8-year period and on the condition
that the Permittee has substantially implemented the Exploration and Environmental Work
Programs as verified by the Bureau, the Secretary of the DENR, through the Director of the
MGB, may further grant renewal of the Exploration Permit: Provided, that the Permittee
shall be required to set up a performance surety equivalent to the expenditure requirement
of the Exploration and Environmental Work Programs. The conduct of feasibility studies
shall be included during the term of the Exploration Permit.

Once the exploration permit is granted, the holder is granted exclusive right to explore the
permit area. If results of exploration reveal the presence of mineral deposits economically
and technically feasible for mining operations, the permit holder is required to prepare and
submit to MGB a declaration relating to the feasibility of the mining project. If MGB
approves the submission, it grants the Permittee the exclusive right to enter into a mineral
agreement or FTAA, covering the permit area, with the government. However, the
Permittee is required to relinquish annually to the government at least 20% of the remaining
permit area during the first two years of exploration and at least 10% of the remaining
permit area thereafter, during the extension period of the permit. However, if the permit area
is less than 5,000 hectares, the Permittee need not relinquish any part thereof. Consequently,
an applicant for an exploration permit must be prepared to aggressively pursue exploration
or otherwise face renunciation of its exploration areas.

An exploration permit is not required where a Mineral Production Sharing Agreement


(“MPSA”) or FTAA proposal has already been filed.

The Supreme Court ruling voiding the FTAA provisions of the Mining Act also voided
certain provisions of the Exploration Permit insofar as said provisions relate to an FTAA.
The Supreme Court ruled against allowing foreign companies to have more than 40%
participation in a mining project. However, the decision is not yet final and executory and
the DENR has already filed a motion for reconsideration on the said Supreme Court ruling.
It is believed that any indirect interest beyond the 40% limitation or direct interest can be
acquired by foreign companies through various mechanisms such as layered companies,
preferred shares, financing fees, service charges [e.g. Malampaya Gas Project owned 90 %
by foreign oil companies] etc.

4.4 Mineral Agreement

A mineral agreement may take the form of either (i) an MPSA, (ii) a Co-production
Agreement ("CPA"), or (iii) a Joint Venture Agreement ("JVA"). An MPSA is an
agreement wherein the government grants the contractor the right to conduct mining
operations within the contract area in consideration of a share in the production that
typically takes the form of an excise tax. In turn, the contractor provides the necessary
financing, technology, management and personnel. A CPA is an agreement between the
government and the contractor wherein the government makes a contribution to the venture
other than the mineral resources. A JVA is an agreement where a joint venture company is
organized and jointly owned by the government and the contractor, for the purpose of
conducting mining activities.

MRL Gold does not have, nor does it currently intend to pursue, applications for CPAs or
JVAs.

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A mineral agreement may be obtained only by an individual who is a citizen of the
Philippines, or by a corporation, partnership, association or cooperative of which at least
60% of the capital is owned by citizens of the Philippines.

The application for a mineral agreement must be accompanied by exploration and


environmental work programs, financial plan, location map, proof of sufficient capital,
proof of technical competence of the applicant, and applicant’s environmental track record
among others. MGB will determine whether the area being applied for is available for
mining operations, in which case an area clearance from the various agencies under the
DENR will then be issued. The posting and publication of the application will then be made.
If no adverse claim, protest or opposition is filed, the MGB will then issue a certification
that no adverse claim exists. Otherwise, the adverse claim, protest or opposition must be
resolved before MGB evaluates the application. The applicant is also required to secure
from the NCIP a clearance (if the applied area is free from IPs) or a certification of free and
prior informed consent (if the applied area falls within any of the Ancestral Domain Areas).
Finally, a certification regarding the presentation of the exploration project is also needed
from any two of the three local government units (the Sangguniang Panlalawigan or the
Provincial Council; the Sangguniang Bayan or the Municipal Council; and Sangguniang
Barangay or Village Council) where the applied area is located.

Any adverse claim, protest or opposition to an application for a mineral agreement must be
made within a period of 45 days from the date on which the application is last posted and
published. If any claim, protest or opposition is made within that 45 days, MGB will not
recommend the application for approval until such claim, protest or opposition is resolved.
Once resolved or if no claim, protest or opposition is made within such 45 day period, MGB
will review and evaluate the various work programs submitted and the technical and
financial capabilities of the proposal and, if found in order, will recommend the application
for approval by the Secretary of the DENR. Registration with MGB follows the approval by
the Secretary. Thereafter, exploration may commence.

A mineral agreement is valid for a term as may be mutually agreed between the applicant
and the government not exceeding 25 years, subject to renewal for another period of 25
years under the same terms and conditions subject to changes mutually agreed upon by the
parties and provided further that the terms and conditions are not inconsistent with the law
and do not prejudice the principle of sustainable development. There is no prescribed term
(subject to the initial or renewed 25 year term), and the term is subject to negotiation with
the government taking into account the nature of the orebody and the expected mine life.
Nor are there prescribed forms of mineral agreements. Further, there are no prescribed
guidelines for processing mineral agreements or the underlying mineral claims although
priority for consideration of a mineral claim for a particular area is given on a priority-filing
basis. A mineral agreement gives the contractor the right to conduct mining operations and
extract all mineral resources found in the contract area for the duration of the contract
period. It further gives the contractor the option, subject to the approval of the Secretary of
the DENR, to convert the mineral agreement into an FTAA covering the remaining period
of the original agreement. The contractor may also assign the agreement to a qualified
person with the prior approval of the Secretary. The contractor may also withdraw from the
agreement with prior notice to the Secretary, due to causes, which make continued mining
operations no longer feasible or viable.

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In addition to mineral agreements, MGB also requires a mineral processing permit, except
when the approved work program included the processing of minerals, and an ore transport
permit if the contractor has a need to transport either minerals or mineral products.

The total government share in an MPSA consists of the excise tax on mineral products,
while its share in the CPA and JVA is subject to negotiation with the contractor.

Mindoro is the holder of an exclusive and irrevocable right to earn up to 75% direct and
indirect interests in the Lobo MPSA held by Egerton Gold.

4.5 Financial or Technical Assistance Agreement

A Financial or Technical Assistance Agreement (FTAA) is a contract involving financial or


technical assistance for large- scale exploration, development and utilization of mineral
resources. No minimum Philippine equity is required for a corporation, partnership,
association or cooperative to enter into an FTAA with the government. Under an FTAA, the
contractor is given the exclusive right to conduct mining operations and extract mineral
deposits within the contract area for a term of not more than 25 years, renewable for an
additional period of 25 years.

The application for an FTAA must be approved by the President of the Republic of
Philippines. Under the FTAA, the contractor is required to comply with a minimum
expenditure obligation of at least US$4 million during the exploration and feasibility study
periods, and must invest at least US$25 million for infrastructure and development in the
contract area. In addition, a financial guarantee must be posted by the contractor in favour
of the government before the President approves the FTAA. If a contractor decides to
withdraw from a project due to concerns about its feasibility, it may apply to withdraw from
the agreement. If the Secretary of the DENR approves the application, the contractor’s
financial guarantee will be released.

In all other material respects, the procedure and requirements for an FTAA are substantially
the same as that of an application for a mineral agreement. The FTAA may be revoked by
the government for any violation of its terms and conditions or of the law and regulations.

There are no prescribed terms (subject to the initial or renewed 25 year term) for, nor
prescribed forms of FTAAs. Further, there are no prescribed guidelines for processing
FTAAs or the underlying mineral claim although priority for consideration of a mineral
claim for a particular area is given on a priority-filing basis. If the economic viability of the
orebody in the contract area is found to be inadequate to justify large-scale mining
operations, the contractor may, subject to the approval of the Secretary, convert the FTAA
into a mineral agreement. In the event of such conversion, the contractor has a period of one
year from the filing of its intention to convert within which to achieve the required
minimum Philippine equity participation. The contractor may assign the FTAA with the
approval of the Secretary.

Very recently, the Supreme Court of the Philippines, in the case involving the
constitutionality of the FTAA mode provided by the Mining Act held the FTAA mechanism
to be unconstitutional and void. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources
(DENR) of the Philippines through the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) and in
consultation with the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Board of Investments (BOI) has filed

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a motion for reconsideration on the Supreme Court ruling. The Supreme Court has yet to
rule with finality on the motion for reconsideration.

4.6 Qualified Person

“Qualified Person” means any Filipino Citizen of legal age and with a capacity to contract;
or a corporation, partnership, association or cooperative organized or authorized for the
purpose of engaging in mining, with technical and financial capability to undertake mineral
resources development and duly registered in accordance with law, at least 60% of the
capital of which is owned by Filipino citizens. Provided, That a legally organized Foreign-
owned Corporation shall be deemed a Qualified Person for purposes of granting an
Exploration Permit (EP), Financial or Technical Assistance Agreement (FTAA) or Mineral
Processing Permit only.

“Foreign-Owned Corporation” means any corporation, partnership, association or


cooperative duly registered in accordance with law in which less than 50% of the capital is
owned by Filipino citizens.

In line with the principle of a rational and equitable distribution and utilization of mineral
resources, the total aggregate area that may be held or granted to a single Qualified Person
of an EP, Mineral Agreement (MA), or FTAA at any one time is limited to the maximum
areas provided in the Act and the IRR.

Each Qualified Person must have the financial and technical capability to undertake the
submitted Exploration/Development/Utilization Work Program and the Environmental
Work Program/Environmental Protection and Enhancement Program (EPEP) under the EP,
MA, or FTAA. As further mandatory requirement in the acceptance of the Mining
Application, the mining applicant for an EP, MA, or FTAA shall be required to have a
minimum authorized capital stock of PhP10,000,000.00 and a minimum paid-up capital of
PhP2,500,000.00 as further proof of its financial capability; Provided, that in case of
applicants for FTAA, they shall be required to have a minimum authorized capital stock of
US$4,000,000.00 or its Philippine Peso equivalent, after approval of the President of the
Republic of the Philippines and prior to registration of the FTAA as provided for in the
IRR.

MRL Gold is the holder of an exclusive and irrevocable right to earn up to 75% interest,
direct and indirect, in the Lobo Property. Under the agreement with Egerton Gold, a
qualified joint venture company, at least 60% of the capital of which is owned by Filipino
citizens, will have to be formed into which the mining rights from Egerton Gold will be
transferred. A maximum of 40% of this joint venture company will be assigned to MRL
Gold to accommodate the direct interest it has earned in a certain project. MRL Gold will
acquire the indirect interest by means of preferred shares, financial fees or service charges.
For example, the Malampaya Deep Water Natural Gas Project, a successful US $4.5 billion
project and flagship for foreign investment in the Philippines, is owned 90% by Shell and
Texaco. Disbursement of commercial proceeds to Shell and Texaco is via service contract
fees.

The transfer of mining rights from Egerton Gold into the joint venture company that will be
formed will need the approval of the Secretary of the DENR.

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4.7 Government Involvement

There is no prescribed interest or percentage share in an FTAA or mineral agreement to


which the government is entitled. The factors that will determine the government's share or
interest include the amount of capital being invested, the risks inherent in the project,
including any technical complexities, and the social and economic benefits of the project.
The government’s share is expected to be not less than the excise tax on metallic and non-
metallic products and could consist of, among others, the corporate income tax, excise tax,
special allowances and all such other taxes, duties and fees as already provided under
existing laws. The government may approve an FTAA or MPSA on the basis of the social
and economic benefits and the revenues, from tax or otherwise, that may be derived from
the project. With regard to an FTAA, the same may provide that the collection of the
government share is postponed until the contractor has recovered its pre-operating,
exploration and development expenditures.

In addition, the government is entitled to a minimum 5% royalty if the contract area is


within a mineral reservation. Mineral reservations contain minerals or materials established
by the President of the Republic of the Philippines as being important to the national interest
or that have scientific, cultural or ecological value. Mineral reservations may be established
at any time.

4.8 Environmental Matters

The Philippine Government grants EP’s, MPSA’s or FTAA’s on the condition that the
subject mining activities are managed in a technically, financially, socially, culturally and
environmentally responsible manner to enhance the national growth and welfare of the
Philippines. The DENR requires an Environmental Clearance Certificate (ECC) for any
mining activity. The ECC refers to the document issued by the Secretary of the DENR
certifying that based on the representations of the proponent and the preparers (the
proponent’s technical staff of the competent professional group commissioned by the
proponent to prepare the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and other related
documents), as reviewed and validated by the Environmental Impact Assessment Review
Committee (EIARC), the proposed project or undertaking will not cause a significant
negative environmental impact; that the proponent has complied with all the requirements
of the Environmental Impact Assessment System (EIAS); and that the proponent is
committed to implement its approved Environmental Management Plan in the EIAS or
mitigation measures in the Initial Environmental Examination (IEE).

The issuance of the ECC by the DENR, which is necessary prior to the conduct of any mine
development work and construction of the production facilities in the Contract Area,
involves the commissioning of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and the
preparation of the EIS. The EIA refers to the process of predicting the likely environmental
consequences of implementing projects or undertakings and designing appropriate
preventive, mitigating and enhancement measures. On the other hand, the EIS refers to the
documents of studies on the environmental impacts of a project including discussions on
direct and indirect consequences upon human welfare and ecological and environmental
integrity. The Environmental Management Bureau (EMB)/DENR-Regional Office in
coordination with the Mines Geosciences Bureau, shall take the primary responsibility for
the acceptance, processing, evaluation and monitoring of the EIS and the IEE. The
EMB/Environmental Management and Protected Areas Services (EMPAS) shall have the

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authority to recommend to the Secretary any appropriate action on applications for an ECC.

The ECC is the basis for the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Program (EPEP),
which every party to an MPSA must undertake within the subject area of the MPSA. The
EPEP refers to the comprehensive and strategic environmental management plan for the life
of a mining project on which the Annual Environmental Protection and Enhancement
Programs (AEPEP) are based and implemented to achieve the environmental management
objectives, criteria and commitments including protection and rehabilitation of the disturbed
environment. The EPEP must be submitted by the company within 30 days from receipt of
the ECC. To effectively implement an approved EPEP, the AEPEP is required to be
submitted 30 days prior to the beginning of every calendar year. Minesite inspections and
quarterly monitoring are conducted by the DENR and a multipartite monitoring team
composed of local government units, host communities, non-governmental organizations,
the DENR and the company to ensure compliance with the AEPEP.

Companies are required to rehabilitate technically and biologically all areas that are
excavated, mined out, covered with tailings or otherwise disturbed and to establish a mine
rehabilitation fund, based on their work program. Such a fund must be deposited as a trust
fund in a government depository bank and is used for the physical and social rehabilitation
of areas and communities affected by mining activities as well as for research on the social,
technical and environmental enhancement aspects of rehabilitation.

5.0 ACCESSIBILITY, CLIMATE, PHYSIOGRAPHY

Lobo is located 150 aerial km south of Metro-Manila (Figure 1). It is situated at Mabilog na
Bundok village, municipality of Lobo, Batangas province. It can be accessed via the
national highway passing thru Batangas City for 110 km. Another 33 km of all-weather and
well-maintained road leads to Lobo municipality. This township is situated 2 km from the
nearest shoreline. Some 3 km away via good road is the Mabilog na Bundok village. The
Old Lobo Mine can be reached via a 2-km old mine road from Mabilog na Bundok village
center. The total travel time from Manila to the Old Lobo Mine is approximately 3.5 hours.

The area is characterized by moderate to high relief topography with maximum elevation of
around 400 m above sea level (masl). The central and western part of the tenement varies
from 100 to 300 masl. The whole area is deeply incised by numerous creeks. The central
part is being drained southwest principally by the Batang Creek towards the main Lobo
River. The northern part is being drained westward by the Olango River, a main tributary to
the Lobo River system.

The local climate is characterized by short dry season lasting for 5 months from December
to April and wet season from July to November with no pronounced maximum rain period.
This part of the country is not along the normal path of tropical cyclones, but monsoonal
rains from July to October bring an average monthly precipitation of 250 mm.

6.0 HISTORY

Copper has been historically known at Lobo before its discovery in 1905 by William D.
Smith. A “little work” was reportedly done at that time but no production record is
available. No other mining activity has occurred until World War II, when the Japanese

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conducted tunneling work in areas some 1.5 km south, and 2 km northwest, of the Lobo
minesite.

The Lobo deposit was first mined for barite in 1949 by Pan Philippines Corporation (Pan
Philippines). In the 1950’s, Engineer Sampson, a retired American mining engineer,
recognized the potential for substantial copper ore and reportedly initiated small-scale
tunneling work at the West Drift, but ore extraction ceased not long after his death.

The Philippine Bureau of Mines (now the Mines and Geosciences Bureau, or MGB) and the
Nippon Mining Company of Japan had examined the property between 1950 and 1954. The
property was investigated in 1955 - 56 and later diamond-drilled by Surigao Consolidated
Mining Company (Suricon) in early 1961. Results are unknown. No tunneling work or any
ore production was conducted by Suricon. In July 1961, Frontino signed a contract on a
royalty basis to evaluate the mine, spending almost a year in refurbishing the old workings
and checking the results obtained by the Bureau of Mines. Several diamond drill holes were
completed. Copperbelt Mining Corporation (Copperbelt) was then organized and Frontino
Corporation thereupon assigned its contract with Pan-Philippines to Copperbelt.

Pan Philippines initiated underground work and mined both barite and shipping-grade
copper ore. Reported blocked out mineable resource at that time (Philippine Mining
Journal, 1964) was 100,000 tonnes at 3.5 % copper, 1.8 g/t gold and 42 g/t silver.

From June 1963, Copperbelt gained control over the property and construction of the mill
began. Concentrates of 20 to 27 % copper, 10 to 13 oz silver and 0.35 to 0.40 oz gold were
produced in May - July 1964, from head grades averaging 3 % copper. During 1966 - 1969,
underground work at the Sampson East Vein was further conducted. Production was
reported at 604 kg of copper metal (from an average head grade of 2.67 % copper), 47 kg of
gold, and 956 kg of silver. There was no further production after 1969, where the mine and
mill equipment were transferred by Copperbelt to Black Mountain mine in Baguio City.
Remaining mineable reserve was reported by the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB,
1984) at 177,520 tonnes at 0.42 % copper and 90,720 tonnes at 20.57 g/t gold. Several
companies looked at the Lobo property during the copper boom in the 1970’s. Attention
was focused, however, on bulk-mineable, low-grade porphyry copper styles elsewhere in
the country.

The MGB conducted in 1975, mainly for copper, a reconnaissance geological mapping,
mineral resource evaluation, and stream-sediment survey over southern Batangas Province,
including the Lobo Property (as reported by Avila, 1980). Several copper prospects were
documented, including old mine workings and abandoned prospects. The –80 mesh stream
sediment survey highlighted some drainage with anomalous copper, which includes the
Lobo Mine (Sampson Vein) and a tributary (Copper Creek) 1.5 km to the south.

BHP Minerals conducted a helicopter-borne aeromagnetic survey over southern Batangas in


1996 (then in joint venture with Chase Resources). These data were interpreted and ground-
truthed by Dr. G. Corbett, a consulting economic geologist. His report highlighted the Lobo
Property as a high-sulfidation, epithermal fissure vein system similar to Chile’s El Indio
bonanza copper-gold deposit (Corbett 1996). Chase did not do any further serious work at
Lobo as they were tied up with their Taysan porphyry copper-gold (13 km north of Lobo)
resource-definition drilling project and were unable to conclude a deal with the property
owner.

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Billiton purchased the aeromagnetic survey data from Chase in 1998, after they had
conducted a tenement due diligence and technical data evaluation of the Lobo and
Archangel Projects (Tebar 1998). During early 1999, Billiton processed and interpreted the
aeromagnetic data (Haynes 1999). Billiton interpreted a cluster of six distinct magnetic
responses within the Lobo tenement, and one just outside, in ground also controlled by
MRL Gold / Egerton. These anomalies were interpreted as high-level intrusions with which
porphyry copper-gold mineralization could be associated.

A potassium anomaly occurs associated with three of the magnetic anomalies in proximity
to the old Lobo Mine, West Drift –SWB areas, which may reflect potassium enrichment and
potassic alteration. Billiton did not progress beyond due diligence as they were also unable
to conclude an agreement with the claim holder.

In 1997, Egerton Gold NL of Australia entered into a deal with the claim holder, Apical
Mining. However, shortly after that, the minerals market collapsed and Egerton withdrew
from the Philippines. The mineral interests of Egerton were purchased by private Philippine
and Australian interests, amalgamated as Egerton Gold Phils. Inc., to hold the Lobo and
Archangel Projects. In 2000, MRL Gold entered into a deal with Egerton Gold to acquire a
75 % interest in both projects.

Reconnaissance work by MRL Gold (September, 2002, report by Ruelo) conducted in July,
2002, outlined two major epithermal vein / breccia systems: the Camo and Sampson Trends,
0.8 km apart, each extending over at least 2 km of strike, with widths to at least 20 m.
Reconnaissance rock sampling indicated that high gold-copper-silver values occur widely
distributed along these trends (Ruelo, 2002).

Phase I diamond drilling commenced in April 2003, and focused on the SWB Zone, in the
southwestern part of the Camo Trend, where a float sample assaying 22.43 g/t gold was
previously reported (Ruelo, 2002). Thirteen drill holes were drilled for a total of 1,005 m.
Phase I was completed on September 2003. Phase 2 drilling commenced in October 2003
where 15 holes were drilled aggregating 991.4 m. Focus was on the SWB with the aim of
blocking out a gold resource for this particular ore shoot. One hole was drilled in Acacia
Zone where encouraging results were encountered. Phase 2 was concluded in April, 2004.

In December 2003, MRL Gold conducted a ground magnetic survey over part of Lobo to
confirm the aeromagnetic anomalies previously delineated by Billiton. The survey covered
9.6 line km in West Drift, Bukal, SWB, Old Lobo Mine, East Ridge, Camo Prospects and
part of FNE Zone.

7.0 GEOLOGICAL SETTING

7.1 Regional Geology

Lobo is situated in a Tertiary calc-alkaline volcano-plutonic arc complex related to the


subduction of the South China plate underneath the southernmost segment of the Manila
Trench. Figure 2 shows the location of regional mineral prospects, including the Lobo and
Archangel tenements. At least 6 porphyry copper-gold occurrences are located within, and
at the margins, of this batholithic complex, including the Taysan Deposit (Chase 1995),
Tubahan, El Paso, Nasp Ridge, Palacpac and Catapong prospects. The Antipolo gold

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12°15' 12°20'

% Copper-gold
New Application / prospects / old mines
Acquisition Lands
Vein / breccia
Ligwayen
Ocean
13° 42' % Taywanak Creek
San Nicolas
%
% % Calo River / creek
% Palacpac
%
Bigaa Nagtoctoc % Catapong
Balatbat Hebanga %
% %
Lobo LOBO ARCHANGEL PROJECT
%
Mine PROJECT
Paggalang % Kalabasa
Sampson Trend %
LOBO %
TOWN
"
%

13° 38'
Camo Trend
Agas 
Bootin
SW Breccia 2 kms

Kay Tanda
inferred gold resource
370,000 oz (open) Mindoro Resources Ltd.

Batangas Projects
ARCHANGEL COPPER-GOLD SYSTEM LOCATION
Fig. 2
prospect is a mesothermal gold vein occurrence proximal to the Taysan Deposit. South of
the Laiya Fault, several copper ± gold deposits and prospects are known (Bigaa, Talahib,
Ligwayen, Balatbat, Calo, Lobo, Archangel and Balibago).

The oldest rocks in the district are Lower Tertiary (Paleogene) arc-basement sequences
comprising inliers of massive, regionally metamorphosed andesitic flows and meta-
sedimentary rocks (Avila 1980). A massive outcropping Early Miocene batholith – the San
Juan Diorite, intrudes these older sequences to the northeast of the Lobo tenement. This
intrusive complex is basically coarse, equigranular quartz hornblende diorite in
composition. Several low-grade porphyry copper deposits are associated with the San Juan
Diorite complex.

Within and adjacent to the Lobo tenement are massive volcanic flows comprising
porphyritic hornblende andesite – the Middle Miocene (?) - age Talahib Andesite. This rock
unit forms the country rock into which younger Miocene-Pliocene intrusives and
Quaternary volcanics were emplaced. Thin lenses of Upper Miocene-Pliocene limestone
(Mapulo Limestone) were reported overlying the Talahib Andesite. A very limited exposure
of this older limestone was mapped within the Lobo tenement where it occurs as white to
buff, soft, porous, and contains minimal coral fingers; jasperiod is present where the rock
unit is altered. A young conglomeratic unit – the Pinamucan Formation, overlies the
Mapulo Limestone and the Talahib Andesite. This sedimentary rock unit, paleontologically
dated Pliocene in age, consists of poorly consolidated polymictic conglomerate, sandstone
and shale. A widespread Quaternary volcanic unit – the Lobo Agglomerate, blankets much
of the district. This younger volcanic cover consists of coarse andesitic agglomerate,
volcanic breccia, and fine-grained ash-fall tuffs (Taal Tuff). A younger reefal limestone
overlies all the previous units – the Quaternary Limestone. This thin karstic limestone
drapes over all rock units close to the present shoreline.

The main structural grain in southern Batangas trends northwest and is interpreted as
dispersed splays of the Philippine Fault Zone. The main structure is the Laiya Fault, a west-
northwest suture related to accretion tectonics (Corbett 1996). The Laiya Fault (Avila
1980) is marked by a large curvilinear magnetic low, resulting mainly from magnetite
destruction by shearing and alteration. Other obvious structural zones are the northeast-
trending faults. These are interpreted as regional transfer structures related to the sinistral
strike-slip deformation along the splay of the Philippine Fault in the Batangas region. One
of these regional northeast structures is the Taysan Transfer Structure, which traverses the
Taysan porphyry copper-gold deposit. Taysan reportedly contains a resource of 209 million
tonnes at 0.37 % copper and 0.26 g/t gold (Chase 1995).

The Lobo tenement is transected by two sets of structures, both northeast and northwest-
trending regional lineaments, most of which are believed to be deep-seated faults related to
a splay of the Philippine Fault Zone in the Batangas district. The Southwest Luzon segment
of the West Luzon Magmatic Arc in Batangas province contains volcano-plutonic
complexes formed during oblique subduction of the Manila Trench sector, which has
imposed sinistral strike-slip deformation on structures related to the Philippine Fault.

7.2 Project Geology

Lobo typifies the young, relatively unroofed calc-alkaline magmatic arc setting- an andesitic
volcanic-dominated country rock with possible inliers of Tertiary high-level intrusives and

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outliers of sub-aerially erupted andesitic volcanics (Figure 3). Lobo is located along a
regionally wide, northeast-trending structure, believed to be a dilational jog genetically
related to a splay of the Philippine Fault.

Epithermal style mineralization at Lobo is structurally controlled, and comprises both low-
and high-sulfidation mineralization styles commonly associated with barite-quartz-pyrite-
clay gangue mineral assemblage, a unique but not an uncommon feature among other high-
sulfidation systems in the Philippines and elsewhere. To date, at least a dozen prospects
have been located within the tenement, most of which are spatially disposed along 2 major
sub-parallel vein-breccia systems. The previously known Sampson Vein was mapped over
a strike-length in excess of 1.3 km and based on float and subcrop distribution, is believed
to be over 2 km long. The Camo Vein, located 0.8 km to the southeast of the Sampson
Vein, was mapped over at least 1.25 km, and float and subcrop distribution indicates this is
also potentially over 2 km in strike-length. The SWB lies along the southwest portion of
the Camo Trend. Based on the aeromagnetic data, and partially confirmed by ground
magnetic survey data, there are from five to seven magnetic highs on the Lobo Property that
are interpreted (by Billiton) as representing high-level porphyry intrusions. Figure 4 shows
the interpreted north-south geologic section.

7.2.1 Lithostratigraphy

Massive Miocene Andesite


Lobo is underlain by the Miocene Talahib Andesite. This rock unit comprises the
bulk of outcrops and other rock units underneath younger volcanic cover. The
andesite at Lobo is generally massive, medium-grained porphyritic hornblende
andesite. Plagioclase (An<50) dominates the primary mineralogy while hornblende
(lamprobolite) is subordinate. The andesite unit may be fresh unaltered to
hydrothermally altered when proximal to mineralized structures and prospects. If
hydrothermally altered, the mineralogy exhibits gradational characteristics of
Propylitic, argillic, and advanced argillic assemblages to zones of intense quartz-
pyrite-barite alteration.

Miocene Tuff and Limestone


The massive andesite is thought to be intercalated in the upper eroded sections with
fragmental volcanics consisting of medium-grained tuff breccias and lenses of
limestone (correlate of Mapulo Limestone). The altered counterpart of this
limestone could be the jasperiod boulder-cobble float and sub crops noted at the
southwestern portion of the tenement.

Pliocene Conglomerate
Thick piles of unconsolidated polymictic conglomerate, sandstone and shale beds
(correlate of Pinamucan Formation) cover most of the southern portions of the
tenement. Some units are also exposed west of the tenement area. These are
basically transported and reworked unconsolidated to poorly lithified deposits of
older rock units.

Quaternary Volcanics
This unit overlies most of the andesitic country rock. It consists of a thick pile of
coarse andesitic sub-aerial volcanic breccia (Lobo Agglomerate). The eastern and

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o
Nagtoctoc
Alluvium

River
Cover sediments / volcanics

Lobo
o Mir Altered mineralized volcanics

Silica cap
Balisong SAMPSON
o TREND
o Jasper veins / veinlets
Pica Calumpang Far NE
o o Vein-breccia
Mapped / probable / inferred
A
Lobo Mine A Ground magnetic anomaly

o River / creek
Bukal
o West Drift
o o Binong o Prospect
Camo Camo
o East Ridge A
Acacia A' Section line
" o
Base Camp A'

Jane
o
J Hill
o
CAMO
TREND

Bahayan SW Breccia
o 500 metres

Mindoro Resources Ltd.

Lobo Project
COMPILATION
Fig 3
B B'

MAGNETIC HIGH MAGNETIC HIGH

Nagtoctoc Calumpang / Pica Lobo Mine SW Breccia Bahayan


200 m
Balisong
ASL g
g g ⌃
g ⌃
g ⌃ ⌃ g ⌃

⌃ g ⌃ g
0 ⌃ ⌃
g

⌃ ⌃ ⌃ ⌃
v v ⌃ v
⌃ v ⌃

Interpreted Interpreted Interpreted


⌃ copper-gold copper-gold copper-gold ⌃
porphyry


porphyry ⌃
porphyry
v v ⌃ v
v v v

LITHOLOGY 500 metres


ALTERATION
Quaternary cover Silicification
Tertiary limestone Quartz-barite-pyrite


Tertiary andesite Clay-pyrite-quartz MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.
v
Diorite porphyry Chlorite-clay-pyrite ± magnetite ± calcite
v
LOBO PROJECT
Potassic alteration
Fault feeder Interpreted Section
g g
g
Hydrothermal breccia / vein complex Looking East
Fig 4
northern portion of the Lobo tenement is blanketed by this younger volcanic cover,
which attains thickness to as much as 150 m. Overlying the thick agglomerate unit
is another thick (up to 20 m) layer of sub-aerial ash-fall vitric tuff (Taal Tuff), which
outcrops mostly in the northern and northwestern portions of the tenement.

Quaternary Limestone
Young reefal limestone formations occupy the southern areas, extending down to the
shoreline. It also forms remnant thin outliers at ridge tops in the central area of the
tenement. This limestone is unaltered and is generally porous.

8.0 DEPOSIT TYPES

At least 13 prospects occur within the Lobo Project. These prospects display a broad
spectrum of mineralization styles – from low to high-sulphidation breccias, veins and
replacements, to possible porphyry copper-gold–related stockwork veining. Mineralization
controls include the following:

• Faults - fault system consisting of district-wide, northeast-trending lineaments are


interpreted to comprise “transfer structures” – tension gashes or zones of tectonic
dilation. This fault system seems to exert a major influence on the permeability of
each prospect’s hydrothermal system, localizing fluid upflow along a steep, near-
vertical feeder conduit.

• Shallow Intrusions - high-level intrusives likely provided the hydrothermal energy


and source of magmatic volatiles.

Most work has been carried out to date at SWB, where epithermal style mineralization is
structurally controlled, and comprises both low- and high-sulphidation state copper (± iron)
sulfides commonly associated with barite-quartz-pyrite-clay gangue mineral assemblage.
Currently known significant mineralization occurs at two major epithermal vein/breccia
systems: the Sampson and Camo Trends, about 0.8 km apart, and several other, partially-
defined systems. These vein-breccia complexes are located along regionally wide,
northeast-trending structures, orthogonal to the main Manila Trench related Tertiary
volcano-plutonic arc complex. These structures are interpreted as regional “transfer
structures” related to the sinistral strike-slip deformation along the splay of the Philippine
Fault in the Batangas region. Mario Aurelio, Ph.D, a Structural Geologist commissioned by
MRL Gold in 2003 to do structural interpretation of the Lobo Project, commented during
his visit that, “the Lobo vein systems were formed through a stress system that allows either
alternate or simultaneous (oblique) normal or strike- slip faulting. Such a stress system
maybe produced in a transtensional tectonic setting (pull-apart) where shearing is not
expressed as a well-defined fault fracture but rather as a zone bounded by a shear pair. In
structures produced through such settings, it is common to find swelling at the center of
dilation and thinning out towards the shear boundary (hence, exhibits pinch and swell).
Veins of this type result from the filling in of transtensional en echelon tension gashes”
(Aurelio, 2003).

The regional setting and internal characteristics of SWB suggest an origin in a near-surface
subvolcanic environment. Preliminary textural characteristics suggest that this zone
represents a zone of boiling. This gold-silver-copper mineralization is situated in the
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Phase 1 and 2 drilling programs. Mineralization occurs primarily as multi-episodic vuggy
hydrothermal breccias and microveinlets. Gangue minerals are chalcedonic to opaline
silica-kaolinite-alunite-barite. Ore minerals in the more-localized, high-sulphidation parts
of SWB are chalcopyrite, tetrahedrite, bornite, covellite, and enargite, likely of high-level
epithermal origin, whereas in the more-dominant, low-sulphidation parts, sulfides are
largely restricted to pyrite, associated with minor base metals.

SWB exhibits an apparent lateral metal zonation, consisting of a high-gold zone at Dita
barite area (northeast) and a gold-copper-silver zone at the Japanese Tunnel (southwest) and
in Acacia (northeast). This probably reflects the complexity and variation of the multi-
episodic nature of brecciation and hydrothermal fluid flow.

Epithermal style mineralization at SWB is structurally controlled, as it is through the entire


Camo and Sampson Trends. The exploration model for SWB Zone is a structurally-
controlled zone of multiple, pinch-and swell to tabular, probably coalescing hypabyssal
breccia bodies at the top of, or abutting the edge of a mineralized porphyry intrusive.

Figure 5 shows the exploration model for the Lobo Project, which is also applicable to the
region as a whole and the other MRL Gold projects. Porphyry copper-gold mineralization
is postulated associated with high-level intrusions. Proximal mesothermal precious and
base metal deposits may occur in proximity to the intrusions and at higher levels, both high-
and low-sulphidation precious (base) metal mineralization, as seen in the extensive vein
breccia trends at Lobo and vicinity. Where limestones occur in proximity to the
mineralizing porphyry intrusions, skarn (proximal) and Carlin-style deposits (distal) might
be anticipated. In fact, in places, limestones exhibit strong silicification.

9.0 MINERALIZATION

9.1 Lobo Project

9.1.1 General

Previous field reconnaissance investigation (Ruelo, 2002) revealed two major, sub-parallel
vein breccia systems. The previously known Sampson Trend was mapped over a strike-
length in excess of 1.3 km, and, based on float and subcrop distribution, is believed to be
over 2.5 km long. The Camo Trend, located 0.8 km to the southeast of the Sampson Trend,
was mapped over at least 1.25 km, and float and subcrop distribution indicates this is also
potentially over 2 km in strike-length. These dimensions are significantly greater than
previously recognized. Several other, more restricted barite-quartz ± sulphide vein breccias,
were located and mapped to the north, east and southwest of the Sampson and Camo trends.
To date, Phase 1 and Phase 2 drilling programs have focused on a small part of the Camo
Trend, SWB. A drill test of the Acacia Zone was also conducted during the Phase 2
drilling.

9.1.2 Southwest Breccia

Previous investigation of SWB included limited selective mining of high-grade copper ore
by the Japanese during World War II (Japanese Tunnel), and barite nearby (Dita Area) by
Pan Philippines in the 1950's.

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Low-suphidation
Hi-sulphidation Au breccia Advanced argillic
Cu-Au-Ag High-sulphidation alteration
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Lobo Deposit Model
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Figure 6 is an interpreted geological map of SWB. Rock exposure at SWB is only 10-15%.
Detailed boulder mapping and trenching by MRL Gold has traced mineralization over at
least 370 m along-strike in a curvilinear zone, with interpreted true widths up to 20 m. To
date, over 250 m strike length of SWB has been drill tested and results indicate the
mineralization is still open on both ends. The zone generally trends 045° and dips variedly
at 65° to 70° northwest. Drilling partly established a true vein width of up to 15 m with a
down-dip continuity of over 167 m reckoned from surface trenches, and is open at depth.
No visible gold has been observed at SWB, but gold grade appears to be high within the
swelled portion of the vein breccia (sections 10,155N; 10,172N). Relatively lower grades
and lesser widths, but still of potential economic interest, were intersected at grid north (LB-
22, 23 and 26) (complete drill results are reported elsewhere in this report).

SWB exhibits an apparent lateral metal zonation, consisting of a high gold zone at Dita
barite area (northeast) and a gold-copper-silver zone at the old Japanese Tunnel workings
(southwest). This observation probably reflects the complexity and variation of the multi-
episodic nature of brecciation and hydrothermal fluid flow. Mineralization at SWB thus
occurs in two different styles; as seen in the Dita and Japanese Tunnel sub-zones.

Mineralization at SWB (Dita sub-zone) occurs primarily as multi-episodic vuggy


hydrothermal quartz-barite-pyrite-clay breccias and micro-veinlet arrays, whose boundaries
are conspicuously constrained by andesitic wall rock lithology. Breccias are texturally
matrix-supported, heterolithic mixture of chalcedonic quartz, crystalline barite, kaolinite to
alunite clay and minor sulfides, consisting of pyrite and chalcopyrite. Vein mineralization
and silica replacement textures are also developed. Crustiform-colloform banding is a result
of primary growth open-space filling textures, involving multi-episodic generations of
barite, quartz and pyrite deposition. Cockade-textured breccia mineralization styles are also
developed alongside banded types. Massive replacement, often as vuggy quartz occurs in
association with pyrite and clay. This points to a dominantly low-sulphidation style,
probably overprinted onto an earlier high-sulphidation hydrothermal system.

The Japanese Tunnel sub-zone of SWB represents a gold-silver-copper target, and is present
in hydrothermal breccia associated with quartz-barite-sulphide gangue mineral assemblage.
Breccias are texturally matrix-supported, heterolithic mixture of chalcedonic quartz,
crystalline barite, kaolinite to alunite clay with more abundant (2 to 10%) sulphides,
consisting of chalcopyrite, bornite, covellite, and enargite – an assemblage suggestive of a
high-sulphidation epithermal affinity for its origin.

The andesite host rock in SWB is variedly oxidized (hematitic) and selectively to
pervasively altered to chlorite- magnetite- pyrite- clay± calcite, if distal to the mineralized
zone, and grades to clay- pyrite± quartz± calcite, if proximal to the vein. Approaching the
center of mineralization, clay is depleted resulting to quartz- pyrite as the immediate
alteration halo of the vein breccia. Episodic hydrothermal fracturing and or brecciation are
accompanied by corresponding quartz replacement and mineralization. The gray silica
replacement in the matrix post-dated the first stage brecciation with accompanying fine
sulphides as sporadic disseminations and/ or as reaction rims in some clasts. Second stage
brecciation brought forth the deposition of very fine sulphides > quartz with minimal
hematite in places. The sulphides occur as vug fills and in irregular concentrations during
this stage. Third stage brecciation introduced the dark sulphides (py >> cpy) + quartz
veinings. Re-fracturing during this brecciation stage deposited clay (smectite)>> magnetite,
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(dominantly pyrite) along selvages. This later stage also may have brought forth the
deposition of base metals that are prominent along fracture planes (as noted in some drill
holes (e.g., LB-17). The colorless variety of sphalerite dominates, although the resinous to
medium dark (Fe-rich) variety also occurs. Chalcopyrite occurs side by side with the pyrite
and/or as inclusions in sphalerite and galena crystals. Base metals (sphalerite, galena,
chalcopyrite) increase towards the bottom.

Drillcore Alteration
Alteration types recognized in drill core at SWB are:

• Quartz-Barite-Pyrite ± Clay (QBPC)


This alteration assemblage occurs as replacement, fracture/ vug-fill, veinlets,
and as breccias. As with the surface samples, QBPC breccias in drill core are
the best mineralized, with up to 52.90 g/t gold intersected in hole LB-07. Not
all QBP breccias, however, carry high gold grades. The least-mineralized
breccia sample was in hole LB-23, which returned 0.14 g/t gold. Increasing
clay contents tends to lower the overall grade of the mineralized breccia body
(e.g. hole LB-13, 16 and 21).

• Quartz-Pyrite-Clay (QPC)
In the absence of barite, material with intense pervasive silica replacement
with pyrite and clay has more modest grades. QPC alteration is found in holes
LB-08 and LB-09. If it occurs as breccia, moderately low grades are
expected, as at LB-05 where a QCP-altered breccia assayed 0.71 g/t gold. In
more sulphidic sections, Quartz-Pyrite-Clay Replacements in holes LB-10 and
LB-11 also have modest grades (best to date is 0.76 g/t gold).

In the absence of clay and with increasing pyrite content, this alteration type is
gradational to the Quartz-Pyrite assemblage, and the grades are expected to
increase, especially if it occurs as breccias, as in hole LB-08 (Quartz-Sulphide
Breccia with 4.97 g/t gold and 1 % copper). More silicified intercepts have
moderate grades, such as the Silicified Andesite Breccia in hole LB-07 and
LB-25 (up to 1.20 g/t gold and 0.2.0 % copper).

• Clay-Pyrite ± Quartz ± Calcite (CP)


This is characterized by weakly mineralized, intensely argillic alteration with
patchy weak to moderate silicification. On surface, this alteration assemblage
corresponds closely to CQP (Clay-Quartz-Pyrite). Clay-pyrite assemblages
were seen in units named as Argillized Andesite in holes LB-03 and LB-07,
LB-16 and LB-21, Clay-Pyrite Altered Andesite in holes LB-05, LB-08 to
LB-27, and Clay-Pyrite Replacement in hole LB-10. Calcitic clay-pyrite units
were seen in units identified as Brecciated Altered Andesite and Fault Breccia
in hole LB-01. Minor amounts of quartz, chlorite, gypsum and magnetite are
sometimes associated with this assemblage, as in the Hydraulic Fractured
Andesite unit encountered in hole LB-02, and the Argillized Andesite unit in
hole LB-05. Clay-pyrite-quartz assemblages are intercepted as intense
pervasive Replacements in hole LB-11 and as Clay-Pyrite Zones in hole LB-
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The grades for this assemblage are very low to barely anomalous. The best
grade seen to date is 0.798 g/t gold, intersected in hole LB-09 in a clay-pyrite
breccia sample, associated with 0.17 % copper. There are exceptions,
however, where clay-pyrite alteration is associated with hydrothermal
breccias, as in hole LB-03, where a hematitic breccia assayed 3.96 g/t gold.

• Pyrite ± Clay ± Chlorite ± Calcite ± Quartz (P)


This alteration assemblage, often unmineralized or weakly mineralized, is
peripheral to the mineralized breccia body, occurring in units identified as
Pyritic Hydrofractured Andesite in holes LB-03 and LB-04, and Pyrite-Clay
Breccia in hole LB-05. As with the Clay-Pyrite-Quartz assemblage, low
grades may be present (less than 0.5 g/t gold), in the presence of additional
silica as quartz.

• Propylitic (PRO)
A common alteration assemblage in both the hanging wall and footwall of the
mineralized breccia. As at surface, the dominant minerals are chlorite-
magnetite-smectite-pyrite-calcite with traces of clay (illite-sericite) and
gypsum. Gold grades are usually very low.

9.1.3 Acacia Zone

A test hole (LB-27) was drilled in Acacia Zone to test the outcropping quartz-barite-
sulphide-clay breccia with apparent strong structural control, as evidenced by the argillized
(clay-pyrite) to somewhat gougy faulted walls. Pan Philippines reportedly drove
underground workings in Acacia to mine barite.

Acacia Zone manifests a complex mineralization system exhibiting gold-silver and gold-
copper-silver styles of mineralization, which may have developed as tension vein split from
the main Camo- SWB vein system. The vein breccia trends 317°. Dip direction is
uncertain. The gold-silver mineralization is related to hydrothermal quartz-barite-pyrite-
clay breccia, which occurs as surface outcrop and as vein at the upper level of LB-27
(10.00m- 14.80m). The gold-copper-silver mineralization, on the other hand, is associated
with the gray quartz-sulphide-pyrite replacement breccia developed at the deeper level of
the hole (35.10m-42.30m) that contains chalcopyrite, bornite and enargite-luzonite (plus
suspected tennantite/tetrahedrite) - an assemblage suggestive of a high-sulphidation system.
The overprinting mineralization observed in Acacia is distinct from that of SWB. SWB is a
gold ore shoot (classified as low-sulphidation) associated with multi-episodic hydrothermal
quartz-barite-pyrite-clay breccia. Hole LB-25, drilled in SWB, reveals quartz- pyrite veins
containing sulfides with high sulfidation affinity although the said veins are localized and
not as prominent and developed as those in LB-27. The mineralization style at the deeper
level of LB-27 is correlative to the mineralization noted in Japanese Tunnel (LB-8 and 9),
Camo Prospect and Sampson Vein (old Lobo mine).

The host rock in Acacia shows a selective pervasive replacement quartz-pyrite±magnetite±


clay assemblage, which is commonly noted at the immediate walls of mineralized breccia
bodies mapped in Lobo area. On surface, this alteration assemblage grades outwards to
argillic or abruptly to propylitic alteration. The altered host rock is cut by later partly vuggy
chalcedonic quartz veinlets. Late hairline size quartz stringers, at times, contain fine-
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interpreted to be the result of overprinting of mineralization, in which the episodic influx of
fluid caused wider fluid penetration with consequential replacement of large portions of the
rock mass. The abundant clay±pyrite alteration in places along LB-27 is evidently the result
of post mineralization faulting and shearing. The selectively pervasive character of the
observed alteration signifies moderate water to rock ratio, which commonly occurs close to
an intrusive. The high magnetic signatures, noted at about 200 meters north of LB-27, infer
a possible intrusive at depth. Robertshaw (2004) believes that the magnetic highs may
indicate concealed magnetic intrusives. Additionally, the occurrence of high sulphidation
mineralization in this hole (and from other nearby prospect areas) strongly suggests the
presence of a high-level porphyry intrusive elsewhere. It is a common observation in the
Philippines, and around the circum-Pacific belt, that high-sulphidation systems form as
shoulders of porphyry intrusives. Additional drilling is proposed in Acacia Prospect to
further evaluate its potential, and possibly, to confirm the presence of intrusive bodies in the
area.

9.2 Other Lobo Prospects

There are at least 5 parallel, mineralized trends at Lobo, which have been only partially
defined at this time (Figure 3). Apart from SWB, currently the focus of drilling, there are at
least 13 other prospects within the Lobo project which warrant detailed evaluation; these
include:

9.2.1 Old Lobo Mine

The Old Lobo Mine vein-breccia complex is located on the Sampson Trend, 800 m
northwest of the Camo Trend, where copper was mined on a small scale in the mid to late
1960’s. On cessation of mining in 1969, the Philippines Mines and Geosciences Bureau
estimated a remaining reserve containing 60,000 ozs gold at a grade of 20 g/t. It is likely
that this is another such mineralized shoot, which is open to extension, and is distinct from
the copper-silver ore-shoot mined nearby.

Reconnaissance work was done in the area in July, 2002, wherein, 3 mine dump samples
and 2 outcrop samples were collected for assay. In July, 2003, extensive follow-up
mapping and sampling was conducted. Three days were spent conducting detailed mapping
and sampling at 1:1000m scale, of which, a total of 9 samples were collected. Andesite, the
dominant host rock, is altered to clay± quartz± pyrite (CQP) if distal to the mineralized
zone, but grades to quartz- clay- pyrite (QCP) replacement if proximal to the vein system.
Approaching the center of mineralization, clay is depleted resulting in quartz- pyrite (QP) as
the immediate alteration halo. Assays of grab samples collected reveal low grades from the
CQP and QCP zones, while significant results were obtained from the QP zone yielding
0.535- 0.545 g/t gold, 3.8- 39.40 g/t silver and 0.189- 0.470 % copper. Samples from the
main quartz- barite breccia zone assayed 3.36- 5.845 g/t gold, 18.4- 114.4 g/t silver and
0.158- 1.58 % copper. Refer to Table 2 (July, 2003 sampling) and Table 3 (July 2002
recon- sampling) for a listing of sample results.

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Table 2: Assay Results of Follow up Sampling in Old Lobo Mine, July, 2003
Spl. No. Type Location g/t Au g/t Ag % Cu
57297 Boulder float Old Lobo Mine area 0.005 6.0 0.002
58823 Outcrop – QP (8m) Old Lobo Mine area 0.535 3.80 0.189
58824 Outcrop - QCP (8m) Old Lobo Mine area 0.045 2.00 0.038
58825 Outcrop –Qtz- Bar bxa (3) Old Lobo Mine area 5.845 18.4 0.158
58827 Outcrop – CQP (3m) Old Lobo Mine area 0.050 39.20 0.01
58828 Outcrop – QCP (10m) Old Lobo Mine area 0.055 7.60 0.008
58829 Outcrop – QP (4m) Old Lobo Mine area 0.545 39.40 0.47
58830 Subcrop – CQP (1m) Old Lobo Mine area 0.050 14.00 .022
58826 Boulder float Old Lobo Mine area 0.055 3.8 0.04

Table 3: Assay Results of Reconnaissance Sampling in Old Lobo Mine, July, 2002
Spl. No. Type Location g/t Au g/t Ag % Cu
57719 Outcrop – QCP (3m) Old Lobo Mine area 0.02 0.6 0.03
57718 Outcrop -Qtz-Bar- Bxa (5) Old Lobo Mine area 3.36 114.4 1.58
57717 Mine dump grab Old Lobo Mine area 0.14 671.6 21.6
57720 Mine dump grab Old Lobo Mine area 2.70 30.0 3.4
57721 Mine dump grab Old Lobo Mine area 0.17 146.4 0.57

The vein breccia outcrop displays typical crustiform- colloform- sulfide banding with
enargite- luzonite, chalcopyrite, bornite, chalcocite, covellite as the primary ore minerals.
Substantial secondary mineralization (supergene) occurs as malachite, azurite and scorodite.
The prospect typifies high sulfidation style of mineralization associated with barite- quartz
mineral assemblage. It is likely that this is another promising gold- copper- silver ore shoot
as indicated by its mineralogical and geochemical signatures. Drilling is recommended.

9.2.2 West Drift Prospect

The West Drift is an extension of the Sampson Prospect and is located about 300 m
southwest of the Old Lobo Mine. Tunneling work in the area was reportedly initiated by
Pan Philippines in the 1950s. In the 1960s, the company produced copper- gold and barite
ore from the area. MRL Gold initiated reconnaissance work in July, 2002, followed by
detailed mapping in 2003, and further outcrop mapping/sampling and trenching from
February to March, 2004.

The prospect lies in an area transected by series of strong high-angle, northeast trending
faults that are inferred to be post-ore faults. A large ground magnetic high anomaly occurs
at the southwest of this prospect extending from Bukal to East Ridge and Camo area. The
vein breccia is characteristically silicified, crustiform and colloform banded with associated
quartz- barite- clay gangue containing very fine sulphides and clots/ stains of malachite and
azurite with localized stringers of enargite-chalcopyrite. The vein breccia at elevation 240
masl exhibits honey- comb texture that is usually coated by manganese. The mineralization
style within the mapped breccia body signifies a possible overprinting silver-gold (low
sulphidation) and copper-gold (high sulphidation) mineralization systems. The high silver-
low gold signature of the samples collected and the presence of enargite, a high sulfidation
mineral, on the outcrops, manifests this. In a hybrid high-low sulphidation system, the
initial hydrothermal fluids maybe dominantly depositing high sulphidation minerals like
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of low sulphidation type containing possible significant silver. The low sulphidation,
Victoria Vein of Lepanto, for example, which contains high silver to gold ratio, cuts earlier
high sulphidation enargite-bearing veins. The transitional feeder zones where fluid mixing
took place resulting to the transformation of mineralizing fluid from high to low
sulphidation may contain high gold values. These transition zones are target zones in West
Drift Prospect. The presence of these high-grade transition zones may explain the
remaining 90,000 t reserve at 20.6 g/t Au reported by MGB in 1984.

9.2.3 Nagtoctoc Prospect

Nagtoctoc Hill is 1.8 km north of the old Lobo Mine. Pan Philippines in the 1950s,
reportedly first explored (for barite?) by trenching a silicified outcrop near Olango River.
No information about this work is on hand. Nagtoctoc is a breccia-vein complex associated
with quartz-clay- (minor barite) gangue and an advanced argillic-altered envelope,
measuring at least 250 m wide and 500 m along presumed strike-length. An aeromagnetic
high anomaly coincides with this prospect. In a road section, there are at least 4 separate
vein-breccia bodies believed to be sub vertical or steeply dipping to the east. The best
exposure is over 12 meters of outcrop. A post-ore vertical fault appears to have cut the
outcrop, and a greater mineralized width is interpreted at depth. Each of the 4 vein-breccia
bodies is enveloped by quartz-alunite-kaolinite alteration.

Further eastward, the prospect is capped by Quaternary tuff cover, where occasional minor
exposures of silicification were observed. This road section exposure is at least 100 meters
wide and sits on a magnetic high anomaly. To the south, an old trenching site exposure
comprises silicified hydrothermal breccia, generally matrix-supported, with enargite-bornite
mineralization. Malachite-azurite is present throughout the exposure. Planar measurements
of a part of the outcrop show that it strikes north-south and dips 75 degrees eastward. The
exposed width is at least 35 m. It is situated some 300 m south of the road outcrops. The
best grades from grab samples of outcrops and float between the road outcrop and the old
trenching sites are 87 g/t silver and 7.3 % copper (full results in sample ledger Appendix 1).

The prospect is interpreted as the high-level expression of an underlying porphyry copper-


gold system, as suggested by the high-sulphidation mineralogy, extensive alteration and
coincident magnetic anomaly. Geophysical surveys and drilling are proposed

9.2.4 Far Northeast (FNE) Prospect

FNE is located some 650 m northeast of the Old Lobo Mine site. It is the northeast
extension of the Old Lobo Mine, exhibiting similarity in mineralogy, texture and alteration.
The prospect sits at the edge of an interpreted aeromagnetic high anomaly. To the east, the
prospect area is capped by Quaternary volcanics. Semi-detailed groundwork was conducted
in the area in June, 2003. The activity included geological mapping, selective sampling and
trenching.

Five strategically located trenches were dug in the area. The work discloses that FNE is
likewise a vein breccia complex associated with crustiform-colloform banded quartz-barite-
copper ± iron sulphide ± copper sulfides and clay (alunite/ kaolinite)- quartz- pyrite
alteration envelope, measuring at least 10 m wide and about 500 m along presumed strike
length. A limited extent (20m wide by 40m long) monolithic breccia with silicified to
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along the FNE Creek. This monolithic breccia can be greater in dimension at depth as
inferred from the scattered floats at the adjacent ridge. One sample from this breccia
yielded low grade, however. Boulder floats of quartz- barite- sulphide vein material
containing moderate malachite and azurite are distributed along the creek and near the
portal of a believed old Pan Philippines shaft. A grab sample assayed 0.10 g/t gold, 1,792
g/t silver and 8.68 % copper. One sample from each of the 5 trenches dug was collected for
assay. No significant gold and copper values obtained; silver values were up to 58.0 g/t
(refer to table below for assay results):

Table 4: Assay Results of Trench Sampling in FNE Prospect


Trench Description Sample Spl g/t g/t %
No. No. width Au Ag Cu
1 The trench is located about 200 meters 57296 8m 0.005 57.9 0.03
NE of Old Lobo Mine. Outcrops and
subcrops of quartz- barite breccia were 7226 5m 0.01 8.0 0.01
mapped in the site. Eight meters of
breccia is unearthed at the trench that
strikes N40-50°E and dips 60-70° NW.
Two samples were collected for
assaying. The mapped breccia is
projected as the NE extension of the
main Sampson Vein outcropping in the
old mine site.

2 The trench is located about 250 meters 57294 5m 0.005 43.3 0.01
NE of trench 1. Boulders of silica- clay-
sulphide replaced rocks are notable in the 7227 5m 0.01 13.8 0.008
site. Ten meters zone of clay (alunite?-
kaolinite) > sil ± py alteration is exposed
in the trench. Two samples were
collected for assaying.

3 The trench is located about 200 meters 7228 8m 0.02 9.2 0.077
north of trench 2. It is situated beside an
old test pit, where the bouldery size
enargite and malachite- azurite- sulphide
bearing quartz- barite floats that are
scattered at the portal and near the area,
possibly came from. The trench exposed
8 meters wide of silica- clay (alunite) ±
py altered zone trending N60E and
dipping 70°NW. One sample was
collected for assaying.

4 The trench is situated some 230 meters 57295 10m 0.055 7.8 0.006
NE of trench 3. The excavated trench
shows six meters of quartz- clay (alunite- 7229 2m 0.02 17.5 0.037
kaolinite?) and quartz- barite (fine
grained) replacement zone. The altered
rock is noted to be mechanically re-

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brecciated and shows higher degree of
quartz- barite replacement at depth.

Extensive areas (several hundred m by tens of m in extent) of intense siliceous


hydrothermal breccia float are present in the area. More work is required to gain additional
information on this prospect via detailed mapping, test pitting, rock sampling, and
geophysical surveys. Boulders of intensely silicified andesite were also noted in the area.
One boulder of weakly altered andesite located contained disseminated malachite grading
0.2% copper. The presence of high- sulphidation mineralogy, advance argillic alteration
and the aeromagnetic anomaly in the area may suggest a concealed porphyry copper- gold
prospect at depth.

9.2.5 Bukal Prospect

Bukal is located about 300- 500 m from West Drift area. It is the southwest extension of the
West Drift vein-breccia along the Sampson Trend. Reconnaissance was carried out in 2002,
and semi- detailed mapping with limited rock float sampling in July, 2003.The trace of the
vein-breccia is demonstrated by boulder and pebble float of intensely silicified rocks and
quartz-barite breccia. The relative increase in the amount of fragmented vein breccia
material suggests swelling of the projected Sampson Trend in this area. A small magnetic
anomaly occurs within the prospect, which may suggest a small high level intrusive. To
date, no significant rock sample values have been obtained. Since outcrop is poor, test
pitting and rock geochemical sampling is proposed.

9.2.6 Camo Prospect

The Camo quartz-barite-sulphide vein/breccia zone is located about 0.8 km southeast of the
Sampson Trend. The prospect consists of 3 mineralized zones (Camo vein #1, #2, #3) and
forms a sub-vertical curvilinear zone with mapped float and subcrops suggesting the
prospect may extend over at least 200 m along strike, with outcropping widths up to 5 m. It
was originally prospected by Pan Philippines for barite, but extraction reportedly was
discontinued due to the low-grade, non-massive variety.

Camo vein #1 outcrop displays a vein-breccia texture of quartz-barite-sulphide assemblage.


The sulphides have been oxidized to form intense coatings of malachite and azurite. The
vein strikes at 070° and dips 60° to the northwest. The vein footwall is marked by an abrupt
change to vuggy quartz-pyrite rock, about 2 m wide, thence to a clay-pyrite-quartz altered
andesite vein wall outcrop A 9 m channel sample across the vein assayed 1.45 g/t gold, 488
g/t silver and 1.07 % copper. The vein disappears under overburden to the southeast where
it may be even wider.

Some 30 m downslope, another outcrop, the Camo Vein # 2, exposes crustiform-colloform


banded quartz-barite-copper±iron sulphide. Numerous floats of similar rock types were
seen along a creek about 30 m from this outcrop. One sample (over 1m) from this outcrop
assayed 0.52 g/t gold, 218 g/t silver, and 4.39 % copper.

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Camo 3, located 60 meters northeast of Camo 2, is a steeply dipping zone of intensely
fractured to brecciated rock. A 3 m rock chip of the outcrop assayed 0.03 g/t gold, 58 g/t
silver and 1.1 % copper.

Table 5: Assay Results of Channel Sampling in Camo Prospect


NO. TYPE LOCATION g/t gold g/t silver % copper

57724 Outcrop channel (9m) Camo vein # 1 1.45 488 1.07


57701 rock chip outcrop (5m) Camo vein oc # 1 1.45 729.8 4.39
57702 rock chip outcrop (1m) Camo vein oc # 2 0.52 218.4 3.39
57700 rock chip outcrop (3m) Camo vein oc # 3 0.30 58.0 1.10

The significant dimensions, and relatively high values obtained from the samples collected,
suggest the prospect has good potential for mineralization of potential economic interest.
More detailed work via detailed mapping, trenching and drilling is strongly recommended
to this prospect.

9.2.7 Binong Prospect

Binong is located some 200 m northeast of Camo. It is the northeastern extension of the
Camo trend. Semi- detailed mapping was conducted, revealing a mineralization style that is
dissimilar from a typical vein / breccia style. A dark-grey, moderately vuggy fine-grained
quartz-pyrite altered float assayed 0.12 g/t gold and 0.02 % copper. A 5-7 m outcrop of
light grey intense pervasive clay-quartz-pyrite altered andesite, with minor chalcopyrite-
sphalerite-galena veinlets, assayed 0.26 g/t gold, 5.2 g/t silver, and 0.01 % copper. A grab
sample of mottled grey pyritic silicified breccia gave 0.19 g/t gold, 11.1 g/t silver and 0.01
% copper. Binong possesses the potential for better-grade gold mineralization, and more
detailed investigation through detailed mapping and sampling should be conducted.

9.2.8 East Ridge Prospect

This prospect is located 150m- 300 m southeast of the Camo Prospect. Detailed mapping at
1:1000 shows widespread altered boulders comprising quartz- barite- clay- pyrite and
pervasive intense quartz- clay± pyrite in tuffaceous volcanic breccia host-rock. Three
trenches were dug in the area that unearthed pervasive structurally controlled quartz- clay
(kaolinite)± pyrite + minor barite replacement. Boulders of quartz- barite replaced rock
were recovered from one of the trench dug on top of the ridge. The site is believed to be an
old barite prospect of Pan Philippines. The best grade recovered ranges from 0.12- 0.15 g/t
Au and 0.80- 80.0 g/t Ag.

Table 6: Assay Results of Rock Sampling in East Ridge Prospect


Spl. No. Type Location g/t Au g/t Ag % Cu
57697 Float grab East Ridge 0.055 19.4 0.10
57698 Float grab East Ridge 0.015 80.20 0.10
57285 Float grab East Ridge 0.120 0.80 0.02
57287 Float grab East Ridge 0.010 1.6 0.07
57286 Rock chip- (0.5m) East Ridge 0.150 1.0 0.01
57284 Float grab East Ridge 0.015 1.9 0.01

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The prospect may represent top of an epithermal system as further evidenced by the silica
cap that partly covers the prospect at the eastern side. More mapping and sampling work
are required in this prospect.

9.2.9 Calumpang Prospect

Calumpang is an old prospect mined for barite, located some 300 m northwest of the old
Lobo Mine. Semi-detailed mapping, along with selective sampling, was conducted in the
area. Intense vuggy quartz-pyrite± clay replacement at surface occurs with localized quartz-
barite- sulfides. The quartz- barite occurs as breccia and along open spaces and fractures
within the silicified andesite host rock. The altered zone reaches 50 - 100 m wide and over
100 m along its projected trend. Several rock samples were collected during the mapping.
A rock chip sample from a 20 m intense vuggy quartz- pyrite± barite replaced andesitic vein
wall gave 0.44 g/t Au, 2.9 g/t Ag and 0.06% Cu. The other samples collected are of low
grade (see table below):

Table 7: Assay Results of Rock Sampling in Calumpang Prospect


Spl. No. Type Location g/t Au g/t Ag % Cu
57704 Rock float sample Calumpang 1.92 15.9 0.06
57259 Outcrop samples (20m) Calumpang 0.44 2.9 0.05
57260 Rock float sample Calumpang 0.01 1.9 0.08
57267 Outcrop samples (5m) Calumpang 0.08 1.0 0.01

The mineralogy and alteration prevailing in the prospect area likely represents the top of a
high sulphidation system. The observed barite ± quartz along fractures could be the halo of
a larger quartz- barite vein system at depth. Mapping, sampling with test pitting or
trenching is recommended.

9.2.10 Paco Prospect

Paco is a vein / breccia zone located some 300 m north of Old Lobo Mine, and some 150 m
east of Calumpang. A possible 050-degree trend is measured, based on the elongation of
the ridge. . Reconnaissance activity in July, 2003, recognized subcrops of crustiform-
colloform banded quartz-barite ± sulfides scattered over the ridge. The quartz is dominantly
chalcedonic with associated crystalline pyrite. One sample from this outcrop returned 0.05
g/t gold, 12.6 g/t silver and 0.03 % copper. More detailed sampling and test pitting work is
required to understand this prospect better.

9.2.11 Balisong Prospect

Balisong vein is located in Balisong Creek, a tributary to Olango River on the northeastern
sector of the tenement. It is situated 820 m north of Old Lobo Mine. The vein is composed
dominantly of quartz with minor barite ± sulfides. The outcrop is at least 15 m wide and
sheared at the vein wall. It is trending 070 degrees and dips 60 degrees to the northwest.
The strike and dip direction coincides with that of Calumpang Vein, defining a single
continuous vein system. Balisong is at lower elevation, 150 m asl, while Calumpang at
250m asl. One rock chip sample (1m) assayed 0.02 g/t gold, 10.8 g/t silver and 0.02 %
copper. Several malachite-stained quartz-barite float boulders have been observed along the
creek, and more detailed mapping and sampling work is needed.

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9.2.12 Pica Prospect

Pica is located 1.5 km west-northwest of the Old Lobo Mine, some 1 km north of the Lobo
Base Camp. Pica occupies a high hill to the west of the Lobo tenement. Intermittent semi-
detailed mapping was conducted in the area and its vicinity from April- July 2003. The
prospect is largely covered by silica- pyrite- clay-altered andesite and in part by silica cap
cover. The silica cap has an apparent width of about 500 m and is traceable for 1 km
southwest-ward covering much of Pica Ridge. Thickness is as much as 40 m.

The silica cap represents a total quartz replacement, with rare pyrite, in advanced argillic
alteration, as is commonly formed on top of an epithermal system. The quartz- pyrite ± clay
replacement extends down to the northern flank of the ridge and shows a large exposure
along the Lobo River. Rare chalcopyrite in pyrite bands / veinlets cut across the silicified
andesitic host rock. Several rock samples (see table below) were collected. The best results
so far are 0.25 g/t gold and 39.55 g/t silver, obtained from dark gray silicified and weakly
vuggy andesitic rock, and, from a quartz- barite- sulfide breccia exhibiting crustiform-
colloform banding, respectively.

Table 8: Assay Results of Rock Sampling in Pica Prospect


Spl. No. Type Location g/t Au g/t Ag % Cu
58804 Float grab Pica area 0.015 39.55 0.009
58805 Float grab Pica area 0.015 3.1 0.002
58806 Outcrop rock chip (1m) Pica area 0.25 5.7 0.02
58801 Float grab Pica area 0.015 0.5 0.006
7212 Float grab Pica area 0.155 10.9 0.010
7210 Outcrop rock chip (1m) Pica area 0.125 1.7 0.005

The alteration prevalent in the area, together with the silica cap occurrence, suggests
presence of a preserved epithermal system. Pica is considered a major hydrothermal
outflow zone as evidenced by the widespread residual boulders of intense silicified and
advanced argillic-altered rocks Possible porphyry copper mineralization at depth is also
envisaged. Some copper sulfides that coalesce with fine pyrite crystals were noted.
Follow-up rock geochemistry sampling, detailed mapping, test pitting / trenching are
required to better understand the prospect.

9.2.13 J-Hill Prospect

J- Hill is located some 200 m southeast of Acacia Prospect. It is the southeastern extension
of the Acacia Zone in the Camo Trend. Semi- detailed mapping revealed numerous
boulders and subcrops of vuggy, intense, silicified ± (rare pyrite) replaced rocks disposed
along a western and northeastern trend (grid east) on top of a hill all the way to the East
Ridge (East Ridge Prospect). The prospect represents the original top of an epithermal
system, indicating that very little of the mineralized shoots have been eroded.
Reconnaissance sample grades were up to 30 g/t silver. More detailed mapping/sampling
and test pitting are recommended.

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9.2.14 Southwest Extension (Jane) Prospect

This prospect lies 200 m southwest of the Japanese Tunnel in SWB. Very minimal surface
work has been carried out so far. A 4 m wide pervasive quartz- clay± pyrite altered
hydrobrecciated andesite crops out in the area. One chip sample was assayed, yielding 0.10
g/t Au, 3.7 g/t Ag and 0.10% Cu. Recently, another old barite working was located in this
prospect. More detailed ground working is recommended to properly assess the prospect.

10.0 EXPLORATION

This report describes the results of exploration work carried out between October, 2003 and
March, 2004. The work was carried out by the operator MRL Gold (Philippine subsidiary
of Mindoro) under the direct supervision of James A. Climie, P.Geol., The work consisted
of detailed geological mapping, ground magnetic survey, rock sampling, pitting, trenching
and drilling on the Lobo Project. The drilling is described in Section 11.0.

10.1 Ground Magnetic Survey

In 1996, BHP Minerals performed an aeromagnetic survey over the region, defining a
cluster of six anomalies within the Lobo Project. A geophysical interpretation performed by
Billiton in 1998, interpreted these as probably being due to magnetic intrusives. Two are
associated with a potassic anomaly, and were described as having a good chance of being
associated with porphyry mineralization. The ground magnetic survey covered these two
anomalies, as well as the flanking Sampson and Camo epithermal vein-breccia trends.

In December 2003, MRL Gold commissioned a ground magnetic survey to verify some of
the high magnetic anomalies delineated by Billiton. The ground magnetic survey was
limited in scope and covered a total of only 9.59 line-km of grid encompassing the West
Drift, Bukal, Southwest Breccia, Old Lobo Mine, East Ridge, Camo and part of Far NE
zones. The existing grid system covering the said prospects, with grid lines spaced 200 m
apart, was used in the survey. Readings were taken every 12.5 meters along grid. At SWB
area, particularly where grid lines crossed the inferred trend of the SWB vein breccia, a
closer reading every 6.25 meters was accomplished along 100 to 150 meter-long sections of
the grid lines. The ground magnetic survey was conducted by Mcphar Geoservices (Phil.),
Inc. Robertshaw Geophysics Ltd. of Canada was commissioned to carry out the ground
magnetic survey interpretation.

The ground magnetic survey has defined a prominent positive magnetic anomaly, situated
between SWB and West Drift (Figure 3 and Figure 7), which is interpreted as potentially
related to a porphyry copper-gold system, and is a high priority drill target. Epithermal gold
deposits in the Philippines are commonly underlain in close proximity to porphyry copper-
gold mineralized intrusions, which are often associated with positive magnetic anomalies.
The delineated positive anomaly (a possible magnetic intrusive) appears to coincide with
one of the airborne anomalies. Robertshaw (2004) interpreted the magnetic intrusive to
extend over an area of about 600 m by 150 m with a depth of less than 100 m and plunging
towards the northeast; the models indicate magnetite content in the range of 3%+. In
addition, Robertshaw stated, “There are 19 zones where irregular magnetic profiles could be
caused by magnetite-rich alteration. Some may be caused by fresh volcanics for example
the 3 features on line 11400 N. The alteration zones in the south half of the grid,

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A 9,000 E 9,500 E 10,000 E
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Camo Trend
Sampson Trend
West Drift SW Breccia - resource
60,000 oz gold Magnetic anomaly delineation in progress
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Scale MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.
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Interpreted Section 10,200 N
Fig 7
particularly those flanking the intrusive, could be more prospective.” Figure 8 (see also
Appendix 2) shows the interpreted ground magnetic data.

The irregular magnetic profiles that occur within the agglomerate and andesite cover may
just indicate the fresh nature of the rock or its propylitic alteration, where magnetite content
is considerably high. The anomalous profiles that lie within the argillic to intermediate
argillic-altered sections may indicate magnetite rich alteration halos related to possible near
surface mineralization, and therefore more prospective.

Extensive northeast- trending magnetic lows, especially associated with the Sampson Trend,
are interpreted to reflect intense hydrothermal alteration.

10.2 Detailed Exploration Work In West Drift-Bukal Area

Most of the detailed mapping/rock sampling and trenching work conducted during the
second phase program was concentrated in the West Drift–Bukal Area. The detailed
exploration aimed to further enhance the prospectivity of the area and to identify the
possible location of the remaining high-grade gold reserves reported by MGB in 1984.

A 1.8m wide quartz-barite-sulphide outcrop was mapped and sampled in the property of P.
Anyayahan, approximately 100 m southeast of the West Drift Tunnel. The outcrop is the
lower down dip extension of the outcrop mapped at elevation 240 masl that is 10-15 meters
wide. Two samples were collected from the 1.80m outcrop that yielded highs of 277.40 g/t
Ag and 0.490% Cu. Three trenches with an accumulated length of 25.70 meters were also
completed as of March 9, 2004. The trenches were excavated in an area owned by C.
Gutierrez, about 110 m southwest of the Anyayahan outcrop. Seven samples were collected
from the 3 trenches that gave assays of up to 50.40 g/t Ag. Please refer to Table 9 below for
the listing of the latest outcrop and trench sample results.

Table 9: Assay Results of Channel Sampling in WD Prospect


Sample No. Type Location Au g/t Ag g/t % Cu
59576 Outcrop-channel (1m) West Drift 0.010 276.45 0.489
59577 Outcrop- channel (0.8m) West Drift 0.005 108.30 0.100
59578 Outcrop- channel (1.0m) West Drift 0.005 5.80 0.005
59611 Trench-channel (8m) West Drift 0.005 1.30
59612 Trench-channel (1.5m) West Drift 0.005 50.40
59613 Trench-channel (8m) West Drift 0.025 0.60
59019 Trench-channel (1.5m) West Drift 0.015 4.40
59020 Trench-channel (3.2m) West Drift 0.010 3.20
59021 Trench-channel (4.5m) West Drift 0.005 4.90
59024 Trench-channel (3m) West Drift 0.010 5.0

The trenches are described below:

West Drift Trench No. 1 (8.2 m long, 1m wide, 1.5 m depth)


The trench exposed a 1.5-m wide silicified andesite containing veinlets and stringers
of milky white to gray chalcedonic crustiform banded quartz with accompanying
barite+ minimal pyrite mineralization. Gold returned 0.005 g/t and silver, 50.40 g/t.
The rest of the trench only exposed slightly weathered andesite that shows no
significant alteration and mineralization.

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West Drift Trench No. 2 (9.5 m long, 1.2 m wide, 0.5- 1.0 m depth)
This trench is located 4 m northwest of Drift Trench No. 1. The trench exposed 7 m
of broken to massive quartz- barite ± pyrite hydrothermal breccia. The breccia
strikes 045-060° and dips 80° northwest, conforming to the general strike of
Sampson vein. The rock is also commonly vuggy and crustiform banded with slight
oxidation along fracture planes. Assay of samples showed up to 5.0 g/t silver only.

West Drift Trench No. 3 (8.0 m long, 1.0 m wide, 1.75 m depth)
The trench is located 5 m north-northwest of West Drift Trench No. 2. The trench
exposed slightly oxidized fragmented andesite wall rock locally veined by quartz-
clay replacement material. Narrow, slightly bleached weakly argillized section
occurs in one corner of the trench. Two samples were collected within the trench
but yielded insignificant gold values.

The quartz-barite- sulphide vein breccia mapped in West Drift (Anyayahan Property) is
characteristically silicified, crustiform and colloform banded with associated quartz- barite-
clay gangue containing very fine sulfides and clots/ stains of malachite and azurite with
localized stringers of enargite- chalcopyrite. The vein extension at elevation 240 asl further
exhibits honey- comb texture that is usually coated by manganese. The excavated trenches
generally exposed silica- clay± pyrite altered rock with irregular occurrences of quartz ±
barite ± sulphide veins and veinlets.

11. DRILLING

Fifteen diamond drill holes totaling 991.40 m were completed in the Phase 2 drilling
program. Split-core samples were assayed ranging from 0.5 to 5.0 m sampling intervals. A
total of 189 drill core samples were assayed and all were analyzed for gold and silver,
while, 149 for copper, and 28 each for lead and zinc. The drill plan is presented in Figure 7.
Drill sections and assay results are shown in Figures 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and
19.

The following table summarizes the location data of the 15 drill holes:

Table 10: Phase 2 Drill Hole Location


Total depth Inclination Elevation Grid UTM
DDH No. Azimuth Coordinates Coordinates
(m) (degrees) (masl)
DH LB-14 74.65 -90º 0 152.0 10185N/10006E 1509527N/310421E
DH LB-15 41.50 -45° 145º 152.0 10185N/10006E 1509527N/310421E
DH LB-16 111.20 -78° 325° 152.0 10185N/10006E 1509527N/310421E
DHLB-17 57.00 80 145 148.0 10200N/9999E 1509542N/310429E
DHLB-18 35.10 -45º 145 148.0 10200N/9999E 1509542N/310429E
DHLB-19 33.80 -45º 145 155.0 10200N/10014E 1509542N/310429E
DHLB-20 30.50 -75° 145 145.9 10185N/10042E 1509499N/310442E
DHLB-21 109.50 -90º 0 143.0 10200N/9972E 1509564N/310415E
DHLB-22 41.50 -45° 145 148.0 10217N/10000E 1509497N/310405E
DHLB-23 56.60 -90º 0 148.0 10217N/10000E 1509551N/310406E
DHLB-24 25.20 -45° 145 151.0 10155N/10021E 1509497N/310406E
DHLB-25 109.15 -75° 325 151.0 10155N/10021E 1509497N/310406E
DHLB-26 89.70 - 85° 325 145 10230N/9985E 1509570N/310447E
DHLB-27 73.60 - 60° 043 191 10470N/10005E 1509692N/310657E
DHLB-28 102.40 -90º 0 141.50 10052N/9887E 1509524N/310273E

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10000E
Outcrop
1.2 g/t Au / 1.5 m Quaternary agglomerate
Adit outcrop
6.6 g/t Au, 1.2% Cu Propylitized andesite wallrock
(chlorite - clay - pyrite ± quartz
140 m LB-09 & 08 JAPANESE TUNNEL ± calcite ± magnetite )
ASL
Mine dump
8.6 g/t Au, 0.5% Cu Andesite replacement breccia
2.4 g/t Au, 0.2% Cu
Clay - pyrite alteration
120
2.4 g/t Au, Quartz - pyrite - sulphide vein
0.4% Cu / 3.5m
Quartz-pyrite- breccia
1.0 g/t Au,
100 0.2% Cu / 10.7 m Quartz - clay - pyrite alteration
2.4 g/t Au,
0.5% Cu / 4.1m Fault gouge
EOH 68.6 m
80
LB-08
Drillhole
2.4 g/t Au,
0.4 % Cu / 3.5 m
60 Mineralized intercept

40

MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.


20

EOH 129.0 m LOBO PROJECT


10m SW Breccia Zone
0 10m CROSS SECTION 9978 N
SCALE
Fig 9
9,900 E

180m
ASL
Quaternary colluvium

Quaternary agglomerate
160
Propylitized andesite wallrock
(chlorite - clay - pyrite ±
LB-28 quartz ± calcite ± magnetite )
140
Polymictic breccia

Fault gouge
120

100

80

60
MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.

LOBO PROJECT
40
102.4m 10m SW Breccia Zone
0 10m CROSS SECTION 10060 N
SCALE
Fig 10
10000E
160m
ASL Trench 1 LB-02 Quaternary colluvium
24.7 g/t Au / 14.5m
Propylitized andesite wallrock
2.8 g/t Au / 0.9m LB-01
140 (chlorite - clay - pyrite ± quartz
± calcite ± magnetite )

LB-12
Quartz - barite - pyrite breccia
120 EOH 31.3m
Quartz - pyrite ± clay alteration

Clay - pyrite alteration


100
Quartz - clay - pyrite alteration

0.7 g/t Au / 3.8m Fault gouge

80
EOH 85.0m
0.2 g/t Au / 2.9m
LB-01
EOH 76.9m Drillhole
0.13 g/t Au / 2.0m
60 2.8 g/t Au / 0.9m
Mineralized intercept

40

MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.


20

LOBO PROJECT
10m SW Breccia Zone
0 10m CROSS SECTION 10100 N
SCALE
Fig 11
10000E Quaternary agglomerate
Outcrop channel
13.39 Au g/t / 8.0m Propylitized andesite wallrock
(chlorite - clay - pyrite ± quartz
0.5 g/t Au / 5.3 m ± calcite ± magnetite )

LB-11 & 10 Quartz - barite - pyrite breccia


140m
ASL
Quartz - pyrite ± clay alteration
130

5.11 g/t Au / 3.4 m Clay - pyrite - quartz ± chlorite


120
± magnetite alteration
110
LB-11
Drillhole
EOH 47.30 m
100
5.2 g/t Au / 3.4 m
90 Mineralized intercept
1.1 g/t Au / 6.4 m
incl.1.39 g/t / 3.2m
80

70 MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.


EOH 69.55m
10m LOBO PROJECT
0 10m SW Breccia Zone
SCALE CROSS SECTION 10140 N
Fig 12
10000E

180m
ASL
Quaternary colluvium
Propylitized andesite wallrock
(chlorite - clay - pyrite ±
160
quartz ± calcite ± magnetite )
LB-25-24

Quartz - barite - pyrite


± clay breccia
140 7.75 g/t Au / 16.3m
incl. 16.49 g/t Au / 7.05m Quartz - pyrite ± clay alteration

Clay - pyrite alteration


EOH 25.2 m
120

100

LB-24
Drillhole
7.75 g/t Au / 16.3m
80 7.71 g/t Au / 28.4m Mineralized intercept
4.24 g/t Au / 56.2m

60

MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.

40
EOH 109.15 m
LOBO PROJECT
10m SW Breccia Zone
0 10m CROSS SECTION 10155 N
SCALE
Fig 13
10000E Trench 2
19.1 g/t Au / 11m Quaternary agglomerate
8.3 g/t Au / 13.3m
180m incl. 17.0 g/t / 4.1m
ASL Propylitized andesite wallrock
LB-05, 04 & 03 9.6 g/t Au / 17.4m
incl. 23.6 g/t Au / 2.8m (chlorite - clay - pyrite ± quartz
3.4 g/t Au / 6.0m ± calcite ± magnetite )
160
LB-07 & 06 Argillized polymictic breccia
LB-13
(clay-pyrite ± chlorite ± calcite altered)

140
Pyritic hydrofractured andesite

Quartz - barite - pyrite ± clay breccia


EOH 52.25m
Quartz - pyrite ± clay alteration
120 EOH 69.40m

EOH 57.30m
Clay - pyrite ± alteration

6.3 g/t Au / 8.3m Fault gouge


100
incl.15.6 g/t Au / 2.7m

LB-06
12.2 g/t Au / 30.8m Drillhole
80 incl. 22.1 g/t Au / 7.3m
and 29.9 g/t Au /4.3m 6.8 g/t Au / 8.3m
EOH 104.50m Mineralized intercept
EOH 85.00m
9.5 g/t Au / 32.2m
60 incl. 22.2 g/t Au / 13.1m
MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.
1.67 g/t Au / 14.0m
incl. 4.67 g/t Au / 2.6m
LOBO PROJECT
40 10m SW Breccia Zone
0 10m CROSS SECTION 10170 N
SCALE
EOH 129.10m Fig 14
10000E Quaternary colluvium
180m
ASL
5.30 g/t Au / 22.3m Quaternary agglomerate
incl. 11.43 g/t Au / 4.10m
LB-20
and 10.67 g/t Au / 2.3m Propylitized andesite wallrock
(chlorite - clay - pyrite ±
160 quartz ± calcite ± magnetite )

LB-16,14 & 15 Quartz - barite - pyrite


± clay breccia
140
EOH 30.50m
Quartz - pyrite ± clay alteration
6.52 g/t Au / 14.6m
incl. 10.10 g/t Au / 8.20m Clay - pyrite alteration
120
EOH 41.50m Fault gouge

Sheared zone
100 15.71 g/t Au / 12.05m
incl. 24.56 g/t Au / 5.45m LB-014
Drillhole
10.10 g/t Au / 8.2m
0.41 g/t Au / 8.3m Mineralized intercept
80 incl. 1.16 g/t Au / 1.8m
EOH 74.60m

60 0.40 g/t Au / 11.6m


incl. 1.14 g/t Au / 1.0m
MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.

40 LOBO PROJECT
EOH 111.2m 10m SW Breccia Zone
0 10m CROSS SECTION 10185 N
SCALE
Fig 15
10000E Quaternary colluvium

180m Quaternary agglomerate


ASL

Propylitized andesite wallrock


(chlorite - clay - pyrite ±
160 LB-19 quartz ± calcite ± magnetite )
LB-21
LB-17 & 18
Polymictic breccia
140 3.50 g/t Au / 2.3m Quartz - barite - pyrite
EOH 33.8 m ± clay breccia

5.74 g/t Au / 6.10m Quartz - pyrite ± clay alteration


120
EOH 35 m Clay - pyrite alteration

Fault gouge
12.46 g/t Au / 6.15m
100
Sheared zone
LB-017
Drillhole
EOH 57 m
80 12.46 g/t Au / 6.15m
Mineralized intercept

60
MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.

0.47 g/t Au / 6.3m


incl 1.0 g/t Au / 0.5m LOBO PROJECT
40
EOH 109.5 m 10m
SW Breccia Zone
0 10m CROSS SECTION 10200 N
SCALE
Fig 16
10000E Quaternary colluvium

180m Quaternary agglomerate


ASL

Propylitized andesite wallrock


(chlorite - clay - pyrite ±
160 quartz ± calcite ± magnetite )

LB-23-22
Polymictic breccia
140 Quartz - barite - pyrite
± clay breccia
0.84 g/t Au / 1.85m
Quartz - pyrite ± clay alteration
120
EOH 41.5 m Clay - pyrite alteration

Fault gouge
100 0.14 g/t Au / 4.0m
Sheared zone
EOH 56.6 m
LB-23
Drillhole
80 0.83 g/t Au / 1.85m
Mineralized intercept

60

MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.

40
LOBO PROJECT
10m
SW Breccia Zone
0 10m
CROSS SECTION 10215 N
SCALE
Fig 17
10000E

180m
ASL
Quaternary colluvium

Propylitized andesite wallrock


(chlorite - clay - pyrite ±
160
quartz ± calcite ± magnetite )

LB-26 Quartz - pyrite ± barite breccia


140
Quartz - pyrite ± clay alteration

Clay - pyrite alteration

120 Fault gouge

LB-26
Drillhole
100 Drillhole
12.46 g/t Au / 6.15m
Mineralized intercept

80
0.2 g/t Au / 1.1m

60 0.25 g/t Au / 4m
MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.
EOH 89.7 m

LOBO PROJECT
40 SW Breccia Zone
10m
CROSS SECTION 10230 N
0 10m
SCALE
Fig 18
Quaternary colluvium

220m Quaternary agglomerate


ASL
Propylitized andesite wallrock
(chlorite - clay - pyrite ±
quartz ± calcite ± magnetite )
200
LB-27
Quartz - sulpide - pyrite - barite
± clay breccia
180 0.9 g/t Au / 4.8m
Quartz - pyrite ± clay alteration

Clay - pyrite alteration


1.01 g/t Au / 7.3m
160 incl. 1.99 g/t Au
and 0.73% Cu / 1.95m

140 LB-27
Drillhole
EOH 73.6m 0.9 g/t Au / 4.8m
Mineralized intercept
120

100
MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.

LOBO PROJECT
80
10m Acasia Zone
0 10m CROSS SECTION 10005 E
SCALE
Fig 19
The following table presents summary assay results for each of the 11 drill holes in the
Southwest Breccia Zone and the lone drill-test hole in Acacia. Summary logs for each of
the holes are presented in Appendix 3. A full listing of assay results appear in Appendix 4.
The significant drill results appear in the following table:

Table 11: Phase 2 Drilling Significant Intercepts


Corrected Gold
Drill Hole From (m) To (m) True Width (g/t) Zone
(m)
LB-14 47.40 59.45 7.50 15.71 SW Breccia
Including 51.85 57.60 3.58 24.32
LB-15 17.00 31.60 14.60 6.52 SW Breccia
Including 23.40 31.60 8.2 10.10
LB-16 59.60 67.90 2.33 0.41 SW Breccia
Including 59.60 61.40 0.51 1.16
84.80 92.30 3.25 0.40
Including 91.30 92.30 0.30 1.14
LB-17 35.10 44.55 3.53 8.29 SW Breccia
Including 36.20 42.35 2.30 12.46
LB-18 21.00 27.10 5.73 5.74 SW Breccia
Including 23.00 24.90 1.78 19.80
LB-19 18.70 21.00 2.30 3.50 SW Breccia
LB-20 6.10 28.40 15.00 5.30 SW Breccia
Including 12.40 16.50 2.76 11.43
LB-21 93.90 101.20 6.00 0.47 SW Breccia
LB-22 24.55 26.40 1.85 0.84 SW Breccia
LB-24 4.80 21.10 15.32 7.75 SW Breccia
Including 14.05 21.10 6.63 16.49
LB-25 39.60 95.80 14.05 4.24 SW Breccia
Including 70.00 72.75 0.69 8.63*
LB-27 10.00 14.80 1.50 0.90
32.65 39.95 2.30 1.01 Acacia
Including 38.00 39.95 0.61 3.25*

• Gold equivalent (calculated based on US$ 400/oz for gold, US$ 6/oz for silver and US$
1.00/LB for copper)

The main features of the drill holes are summarized below:

LB- 14 [10,185N, 10,006E, vertical] was drilled 15m grid north of hole LB-07. The
objective of this hole was to trace the northern continuity of the high-grade breccia zone
intersected at LB-7. The hole encountered broken quartz- sulphide± barite breccia near the
collar, from 9.50 to 11.55m; slightly to moderately weathered in-faulted propylitized
andesite from 11.55 down to 30.50m; clay-pyrite-altered hydrobrecciated andesite from
30.50 m to 42.50m; quartz-pyrite altered zone from 42.50 to 47.40 m; hydrothermal quartz-
barite-sulphide breccia from 47.40 to 59.45 m; and vein wall quartz- pyrite replacement
breccia from 59.45 m down to 70.50m. The footwall, consisting of propylitized andesite,
was intersected from 70.50 to end of hole at 74.65 m. Assay results showed that the
hydrothermal breccia drilled from 47.40 m to 59.45 m (over 12.05 m) yielded 24.56 g/t gold
(true width, 8.0m) that included high grade zone of 24.56 g/t gold over 5.45m from 52.15m
to 57.60m. Drill section and assay results are shown in Figure 15.

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LB- 15 [drilled at the same collar as LB-14; minus 45° grid east] was drilled with the
objective of tracing the up-dip extension of the breccia zone intersected in LB-14. The hole
confirmed the continuity of the quartz-barite breccia, which dips 65° to the northwest.
Mineralized quartz- pyrite clay replacement zone was encountered from 15.10 m to 23.40
m. A 1.5-m wide quartz- barite- sulphide breccia vein intersected at a depth of 17.0 occurs
within the quartz-pyrite replacement zone. A quartz- barite- sulphide breccia measuring
8.20 m was intersected from 23.40 m to 31.60 m, then, quartz- pyrite to pyrite- chlorite-
altered andesite from 31.60 to end of hole at 41.50m. Assay results include 6.52 g/t gold
over 14.60m (considered to be the true width) from 17.00 to 31.60m, including a high grade
section of 10.10 g/t gold over 8.20 m. Drill section and assay results are shown in Figure 15.

LB- 16 [drilled at the same collar as LB-14/ LB-15; minus 80° grid west] was drilled with
the objective of further tracing the down-dip extension of the breccia zone intercepted at
LB- 14 and 15. A quartz- pyrite± clay replacement zone with a narrow quartz-barite vein
was intersected from 59.60 m to 67.90 m (8.3 m) that yielded 0.41 g/t Au, including 1.16 g/t
Au over 1.8 m from 59.60 to 61.40 m. The target quartz- barite- pyrite breccia zone was
encountered from 81.0m to 97.35m. The vein-breccia showed strong post-mineralization
shearing and faulting characterized by the presence of intermittently abundant clay and
unmineralized andesite wall rock fragments. The clay and wall rock fragments diluted the
zone yielding only 0.40 g/t Au over 11.60 m, from 84.8 m to 96.40 m, including 1.145 g/t
Au over 1.0 m from 91.3 m to 92.30 m. Drill section and assay results are shown in Figure
15.

LB- 17 [10,200N, 10,000E, minus 80° grid east] was collared 15 m grid north of LB-14/15
& 16. The objective of this hole was to further trace the northern extension of the breccia
zone intersected in LB-14, LB-15 and LB-16. The hole intersected colluvial cover from
collar to 17.60 m; weathered in-faulted, partly brecciated, altered andesite from 17.60 m to
35.0 m; narrow quartz-pyrite± clay replacement zone from 35.0 to 36.20 m; quartz-barite-
sulphide breccia from 36.20 m to 44.50 m (8.30 m); gray quartz-sulphide breccia from
44.50 to 47.40 m; and brecciated quartz-pyrite-clay-chlorite-altered andesite with
appreciable base metal content from 47.40 m to end of hole at 57.00 m. Assay results
include 12.46 g/t Au over 6.15 m (4.0 m true width) from 36.20 to 42.35 m. The bottom
contact of the breccia from 42.35 m to 44.55 m (2.2m) contains appreciable clay. This
diluted the vein-breccia zone resulting to a grade of only 0.66 g/t Au. From 44.55 to 46.15
m, clay- quartz- pyrite replacement containing bands of sulphides (pyrite- chalcopyrite) and
barite yielded grade of 0.183% Cu, but no significant gold. Drill section and assay results
are shown in Figure 16.

LB-18 [drilled from the same collar as LB-17, inclined at minus 45° grid east] was drilled
with the objective of tracing the up-dip extension of the ore breccia intersected at LB-17.
The hole drilled into colluvial cover from collar to 6.3 m; in-faulted clay-pyrite-altered
andesite containing silicified clasts set in clayey to gougy matrix down from 6.3 m to 21.00
m; quartz-barite-sulphide breccia from 21.00 to 27.10 m; and quartz-pyrite-altered zone
grading into propylitized andesite wall rock from 27.10 m down to end of hole at 35.10 m.
The 6.10 m (5.40 m true width) mineralized breccia from 21.00 to 27.10 m assayed 5.74 g/t
Au, including 1.90m (1.70m true width) from 23.00 to 24.90m that yielded 10.56 g/t Au.
Drill section and assay results are shown in Figure 16.

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LB-19 [10200N, 10014E; minus 45° grid east] was collared at 145°, 20 meters upslope
from LB-18. The objective was to further trace the up-dip extension of the mineralized
breccia encountered in LB-17 and LB-18. The hole intersected weathered propylitized to
patchy sulphidic clay-pyrite-altered andesite from collar to 18.70 m. Quartz- barite breccia,
that yielded 3.50 g/t Au over 2.30m (considered as the true width) was encountered from
18.70 to 21.00m. Faulted chloritic to patchy clay- pyrite-quartz altered andesite was
intersected from 21.00 to hole bottom at 33.80m. The quartz- barite breccia zone is fault-
bounded manifesting post-ore faulting that possibly caused offsetting of the ore zone. Drill
section and assay results are shown in Figure 16.

LB-20 [10185N, 10042E; minus 75° grid east] was situated at 145°, 35 m upslope from LB-
14/15/16. The objective was to test the up-dip extension of the vein breccia encountered in
holes LB-14, 15 and 16. The hole intersected thin colluvial and propylitized andesite cover
from collar to 6.40 m; in-faulted, partly clayey quartz-barite-pyrite breccia from 6.10 to
28.40 m, which yielded 5.30 g/t Au over 22.3 m (15m true width). Within this 22.3-m zone,
high grade sections showing 11.43 g/t Au over 4.10m and 10.67 g/t Au over 2.3 meters
were drilled. From 28.40 m to hole bottom at 30.50m, the hole intersected quartz- pyrite
replacement zone grading to chlorite-clay-pyrite-altered andesite. Drill section and assay
results are shown in Figure 15.

LB- 21 [10,200N, 9970E; vertical] was a vertical hole situated 25 m grid west of holes LB-
17 and 18. It was drilled to trace the down dip continuity of the breccia zone that yielded
high gold grades at holes LB 17 & 18. The hole intersected young volcanic cover
consisting of agglomerate and andesite from collar to 58.90 m; polymictic breccia from
58.90 m to 78.50 m; fractured and in-faulted hornblende andesite porphyry with strong clay
alteration at near bottom from 78.50 m to 93.90 m; clay rich quartz- sulphide ± barite
breccia from 93.90 m to 103.40 m; and quartz-clay replacement to propylitized andesite
from 103.40 m until end of hole at 109.50 m.

The significant zone encountered at 93.90m to 103.40 m (9.5m) is a strongly re-brecciated


zone with mixed clasts consisting of gray massive quartz- sulphide breccia, bleached clay-
pyrite altered andesite and few quartz- barite- pyrite breccia fragments, set in clay
dominated matrix. The strong re-brecciation was caused by post mineralization faulting,
which likely introduced the clayey matrix. The presence of the clay- pyrite altered andesite
clasts and the dominating clayey matrix caused dilution within the mineralized zone. This
resulted to the relatively low gold grade returns within the breccia zone that averaged 0.47
g/t Au over 6.3 m including 1.0 g/t Au over 0.5 m. Drill section and assay results are shown
in Figure 16.

LB- 22 [10217N, 1000E, 45° grid east] was drilled 15 m grid north of LB- 17 and 18 with
the objective of tracing the possible grid north extension of the breccia vein encountered on
these holes. The hole encountered colluvial to weathered propylitized andesite from collar
down to 7.0 m; locally brecciated quartz-clay-pyrite-altered and faulted (at bottom)
tuffaceous andesite from 7.0m to 23.30m. Clayey shear zone with fragments of quartz-
pyrite-clay, clay-pyrite, and quartz-barite-pyrite replacement breccias was noted from 24.55
m to 26.10 m (1.55 m). Another fault zone, from 26.10 m to 26.45 m (0.35 m), was
intersected, while, silicified (quartz-clay) to propylitized andesite was encountered from
26.45 m down to hole bottom at 41.50 m. The mineralized interval from 24.55 to 26.10 m
is fault-bounded on both ends indicating post mineralization shearing that caused re-
brecciation and displacement of the mineralized breccia body. The grade of the material

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within the sheared mineralized interval is 0.835 g/t Au over 1.80 m. This hole then
confirms that the quartz-barite breccia still persists up to this drill location, only that it could
had been faulted, fragmented and displaced. Drill section and assay results are shown in
Figure 17.

LB- 23 [drilled at the same collar as LB-22; vertical] was drilled with the aim of tracing the
possible down-dip extension of the fragmented quartz-barite breccia intersected in LB-22.
The hole intersected section of gray quartz-sulphide breccia from 47.30 m to 51.30 m (4 m)
with textural and mineralogical characteristics similar to that section in LB-17, immediately
below the quart- barite-pyrite breccia zone. The contact of the quartz-sulphide section with
the overlying lithology is a gougy fault zone, oriented at 45° to the core axis (TCA). The
presence of this fault contact signifies that the interpreted upper quartz- barite-pyrite breccia
section may have been displaced (by normal faulting), hence, was not encountered by this
hole. The texture, alteration and associated mineralization of the underlying andesitic rock
from 51.30 m to hole bottom at 56.60 m also resemble that of LB-17, at the same level.
This indicates then, that the breccia mineralization encountered in LB-17 may persist up to
this drill location; only, it has been faulted and displaced. Assays of the samples collected
within the quartz- sulphide breccia yielded low gold values with a maximum 0.14 g/t Au
over 4.0 m. Drill section and assay results are shown in Figure 17.

LB-24 [10155N, 10021E, minus 45° grid east] was collared about 20 m southeast and
southwest of LB-10 and LB-7, respectively. This is an infill hole between grid lines
10,140N and 10,170N that aims to further confirm the mineralization between these section
lines. This is crucial to future resource calculation. The hole encountered clay- pyrite-
quartz replacement in andesitic rock from collar to 4.80 m; moderately broken mixed
sections of clay rich quartz- sulphide breccia and quartz-barite- pyrite breccia from 4.80 m
down to 21.10 m, measuring 16.30m along core with a computed true width of 15.32 m.
This section is the most promising zone of the hole, with the upper level from 4.80 m to
14.05 m consisting of quartz- pyrite- sulphide breccia with localized minimal quartz- barite-
pyrite fragments, while, the lower section from 14.05 m to 21.10 m consists of quartz-
barite- pyrite breccia with intermittent quartz- pyrite- clay replacement zones. From
21.10m down to hole bottom at 25.20 m, the hole intersected clay- pyrite to propylitized
andesite. The promising breccia section from 4.80 m to 21.10m yielded an average gold
grade of 7.75 g/t gold over 16.30 m (15.32 m true width), with included 16.49 g/t Au over
7.05 m (6.64 m true width) from 14.05 to 21.10 m. Drill section and assay results are
shown in Figure 13.

LB-25 [drilled at the same collar as LB-24; 75° grid west] was drilled to test the down-dip
extension of mineralization intersected in hole LB-24. It was drilled obliquely across the
down-dip direction and has intersected 4.24 g/t gold over 56.20 m from 39.60 m to 95.80 m
(true width approximately 15 m), including 7.71 g/t gold over 28.40 m from 67.40 m to
95.80 m. A 2.75 m interval from 70 to 72.75 m assayed 2.17% copper, 4.31 g/t gold and
40.20 g/t silver. Hole LB-25 confirms that gold mineralization continues strongly down–
dip on this section. Drill section and assay results are shown in Figure 13.

LB-26 [10230N, 9985E; minus 85° grid west] is situated 26 meters, 006° from LB-22 and
23. The objective of the hole was to trace the northern extension of the high grade quartz-
barite- sulphide breccia vein intersected in LB-17 and 18, which is hypothesized to be
faulted and offset along strike.

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The hole intersected propylitized partly hematitic in-faulted brecciated andesite from 11.70
m to 69.0 m, under colluvial cover. A 1.10 m gray quartz- sulphide replacement
hydrothermal breccia containing about 3 volume % fine pyrite with associated chalcopyrite
specks was intersected from 69.00 to 70.10 m. The breccia was also veined and stringered
by later chalcedonic quartz with accompanying minimal pyrite crystals. Gold grade
obtained from the section, however, just indicated a background value of 0.20 g/t Au. From
70.10 – 83.00 m, tectonically brecciated andesite altered to clay- pyrite- silica grading to
quartz- pyrite–(sulphide) replacement was encountered. Another 4 m dark gray to almost
black total quartz replacement breccia occurs from 83.00- 87.00 m. The rock is very porous
and contains very fine pyrite and other dark sulphides, which occur in disseminations and as
vugs fill. Assays of the material collected within the interval yielded 0.25 g/t Au. From
87.00 m to hole bottom at 89.70m, faulted hydrobrecciated propylitized andesite wall rock
with matrix partly replaced/infused by gray quartz with associated fine pyrite was
encountered. Drill section and assay results are shown in Figure 18.

LB-27 [10470N, 10005E; minus 60°, 043°] was located some 240 m grid north (or 060°) of
LB-26. This was a large step out drill site from SWB to the Acacia Prospect. The hole was
targeted to hit at depth the outcropping quartz- barite- sulphide breccia located about 20 m
east of the drill collar. The hole intersected colluvial cover from collar to 3.00 m; quartz-
pyrite-clay-altered andesite porphyry from 3.00 to 12.90 m; quartz-barite-sulphide breccia
from 12.90 to 14.80 m; quartz-pyrite+/-clay-altered andesite porphyry; clay-quartz-sulphide
breccia from 26.4 to 33.30 m; quartz-pyrite-clay-altered shear zone from 33.30 to 35.10 m;
quartz-sulphide-pyrite-barite breccia from 35.10 to 42.30 m; clay-quartz-sulphide breccia
from 42.3 to 45.40 m; quartz-pyrite+/-clay-altered andesite porphyry; and propylitized
andesite from 62.30 to end of hole at 73.60 m. The vein breccia intersected was tectonically
re-brecciated with notable clay-rich matrix. This significantly diluted the grade of the ore
zone. A sample from the vein-breccia assayed 1.33 g/t Au. Drill section and assay results
are shown in Figure 19.

LB-28 [10052N, 9887E; vertical] was situated some 65 meters, 118° of LB-12. This was to
test the interpreted southwest offset of SWB. The hole intersected Quaternary cover rock
from 3.25 m to a depth of 85 m, then polymictic breccia from 85 m to bottom of hole. No
significant mineralized section was intersected in this hole, however, the presence of the
polymictic breccia, which has similar composition with the polymictic breccia that was
encountered before hitting the mineralized zone in LB-21, signifies some hope that
mineralized section may be at a deeper level. A deeper hole is recommended to further test
this possibility. Drill section is shown in Figure 10.

12. SAMPLING METHOD AND APPROACH

A total of 189 split core samples from LB-14 to LB-27 were sent for assaying. These were
assayed principally for gold, silver and copper. Additional selected assays for lead and zinc
were also carried out. The following table shows the completed number of drill core and
sludge samples as well as the elements assayed:

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Table 12: Summary of Drill Core and Sludge Samples Assayed
CORE SLUDGE Au Ag Cu Pb Zn
DH LB-14 26 20 46 26 26 0 0
DH LB-15 14 6 20 14 14 0 0
DH LB-16 19 11 30 19 12 0 0
DH LB-17 11 6 17 10 10 10 10
DH LB-18 5 5 10 5 5 2 2
DH LB-19 4 1 5 4 0 0 0
DH LB-20 13 10 23 23 0 0 0
DH LB-21 9 9 18 9 9 0 0
DH LB-22 2 2 4 2 0 0 0
DH LB-23 6 3 9 6 6 2 6
DH LB-24 13 9 22 13 0 0 0
DH LB-25 34 32 66 34 34 0 0
DH LB-26 11 11 22 11 11 0 0
DH LB-27 22 7 29 22 22 0 0

Total 189 132 321 198 149 14 18

The compiled drill hole ledgers and assay results are shown in Appendix 4.

As with the practice during Phase 1 drilling, petrology samples for thin-section analysis
were selectively taken from drill holes and surface rock samples to correctly identify their
mineral assemblage and alteration. Appendix 5 encloses the petrological work done during
the second phase drilling period for the Lobo Project.

13. SAMPLE PREPARATION, SECURITY AND ANALYSIS

MRL Gold assigned a mining engineer on a permanent basis to the drill rig to supervise
quality control for the drill core collection. He was on site during most of the drilling
through the main mineralized zones. He supervised the retrieval of drill core from the core
tubes, placement in core boxes and security strapping of the core boxes, and transport to the
core shed. Core boxes at the rig were mechanically tightly sealed by heavy-duty
polyurethane plastic packing bands, then manually transported to the core storage and
logging facility located some 1 to 2 km from the drill pad. E. Abrasaldo, F. Lab-oyan and
M. de los Santos assisted in ensuring the safety and security of the core boxes especially
those from mineralized zones during transport from the drill rig to the core storage area.

Core measurement for core recovery was conducted in the core storage and logging facility
at the base camp. Core recovery in the mineralized breccia is poor in places. In particular,
there is strong core loss from the friable sulphide-rich matrix and barite–rich zones. It is
thought that gold grade in the drill core may therefore be under-reported. Because of this,
collection of drill sludge (drill cuttings washed up from the hole during drilling) was
implemented so as to provide information on whether mineralized material was being lost.
The drilling sludge flow through a cemented canal from the drill hole collar into a plastic
bucket placed inside a sludge sump measuring 30 cm in diameter by 30 - 40 cm deep. The
bucket was fitted with a series of screens. Once a particular drill run was completed, the
bucket was lifted out of the sump. A small amount of detergent powder was mixed to
enhance the settling process. Excess water was then decanted slowly. The sludge samples
were then placed in plastic bags labeled with hole numbers and depth intervals. All
collected sludge samples were transported along with the core boxes to the core storage and

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logging facility. After computing the core recovery, a decision was made whether to submit
the collected sludge samples for assay or not. The sludge samples not submitted for assay
were stored on site.

The locked core storage and logging facility was under the supervision of MRL Gold
personnel; usually a geologist, at all times. A village councilman guarded the core storage
and logging facility after logging and sampling hours.

The core boxes were laid on wooden structures with each box cleaned of dirt before
marking and box identification. Utmost care was taken during cleaning and marking. A
preliminary reconnaissance log of the core was then conducted, followed by a detailed
logging procedure to capture detailed information such as rock type, alteration,
mineralization, structures etc. A detailed graphical log was also drawn on site to assist in
visualizing the drill hole information. Additional markings were then applied to each core
box, such as rock type boundaries, structure boundaries etc.

Sample intervals were then decided upon by the authors based on the logging results, after
which the core boxes were carefully marked for the beginning and ending of each sample.
The sampling interval ranged from 0.10 m to 6.00 m. Core recovery factors were noted for
each drill run. Sample boundaries were determined based on a combination of lithology,
structure, alteration and mineralization characteristics.

During logging, the geologists marked sections of the core for splitting and personally
supervised and / or performed the sampling. The drill core was then split at the same site
using an electric-powered, water-cooled diamond-bladed Dembicon Core Cutter. Before
cutting, the cores were wrapped in aluminum foil or plastic to avoid breakage and any
possible contamination; one half returned to the core box, and the other half placed in
labeled plastic sample bags and sealed. Broken or soft sections of the core were sampled by
the geologists using a spatula and spoon before being placed in labeled plastic sample bags.

It is believed that the above procedures, under the direct supervision of the authors, ensured
that sample quality remained high throughout the drilling and sampling program.

All rock and drill core samples collected on site were double sealed in plastic sample bags
and documented using McPhar’s Samples Submission Forms before being transported to
McPhar Laboratory in Manila by MRL Gold personnel.

Secured sample bags are opened by McPhar supervisors only, at their laboratory in Makati
City, Metro Manila. All written instructions for sample preparation and analyses
accompanying the samples submission forms are received in their laboratory. A sample
tracking, quality control, and reporting system is maintained between MRL Gold and
McPhar.

McPhar Geoservices (Philippines) Inc. offers high quality sample preparation procedures.
It is an ISO 9002-certified laboratory and has been providing assay laboratory services to
both local and foreign exploration and mining companies for the past 31 years.

Drill core samples, weighing from 1 to 8 kilos each, and rock chip samples, weighing 1 to 3
kilos each are first dried, crushed to –1/4 “ size, and then split to obtain approximately 1
kilo of sample. The 1 kilo sample is then fine pulverized to –200 mesh. The –200 mesh is

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sampled for fire assay; copper and silver, and in some instances for lead, zinc and
molybdenum analysis.

Sample analyses at McPhar Laboratory were done in the same location as the sample
preparation. The following table lists the sample analyses methodology:

Table 13: Sample Method of Analyses


Element Method of Analyses Detection Limit
Gold Fire Assay on 50 g sample 0.005 ppm
Copper AAS following hot HCl & HCl/HNO3 0.001 %
Silver AAS following hot HCl & HCl/HNO3 0.5 ppm

Gold analyses were performed on 50-gram samples by fire assay operation. The 50-gram
sample is blended with appropriate flux and a reducing or oxidizing agent added. The
blended material is fused at about 10900C for approximately 1 hour. After cooling, the lead
button is separated from the slag. Depending on the size of the lead button (after placing
niter (an oxidizing agent)), the sample is subjected to roasting. A process called cupellation
at 8600 - 9000 C follows to produce the dore bead, which then undergoes parting and
washing in dilute nitric acid. Finally, annealing of the prill at 8000 C is applied to complete
the fire assay operation. The gold prill is then weighed in a microbalance with 0.001 mg
sensitivity.

Copper, silver, lead and zinc analyses were performed on 25-gram samples aqua regia
digestion method. 1 ml of concentrated HNO3 is added to the sample. The solution is then
heated until all the sulfides are evolved. After this, addition of 3 ml concentrated HCl
follows. Next the solution is heated in a boiling water bath for 4 hours. The sample is then
set to mark to 10 ml using 1N HCl then shaken and settled overnight. Finally, aspiration in
AAS is carried out to determine the copper, zinc and silver content.

Appendix 6 contains scanned copies of the original McPhar sample assay results.

14. QUALITY ASSURANCE / QUALITY CONTROL (QA/QC)

Gold as the main element sought is the core basis for MRL Gold’s short to long-term
primary decisions; such as ranking of prospects, resource/reserve estimation and mine
development plans. Each step involves a larger capital expenditure. Therefore, to mitigate
risk due to incorrect assay data and to check McPhar’s (MRL Gold’s primary laboratory)
sample preparation and assaying standards, a QA/QC assessment was made on the gold
assay data set. Risks are reduced because MRL Gold can determine, monitor and ensure the
reliability of the assays as well as improve the sample preparation and assaying standards if
warranted. Furthermore, investment bankers, concerned government agencies, third party
engineering firms and other individuals outside the company may require QA/QC
procedures to determine their confidence in MRL Gold’s assay data.

Total QA/QC samples for Lobo Project and its vicinity as of end of April 2004 are 183
McPhar internal duplicate results, 9 blank samples and 35 check assays to Intertek (MRL
Gold’s secondary laboratory).

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14.1 Duplicate Samples

Duplicate samples are used to measure and monitor precision from sampling to assaying.
The Mean Percent Difference (MPD) criterion was used supplemented by graphical
representation, such as duplicate scatter plots and cumulative frequency graph. No outliers
(extreme high and low values) were eliminated and relatively conservative results are
presented. MPD is the percent of the pair difference divided by the pair mean. The QA/QC
duplicate results in MPD (%) are summarized below:

Table 14: Duplicate Pair MPD (%)


Fine Duplicate Coarse Duplicate
McPhar Ratio Intertek Ratio Intertek Ratio
ROCK 5.2 19.1 1 : 51 31.3 1 : 206
1:7
SLUDGE 2.4

The 2 sample domains used are rock samples consisting of chip, channel, float, trench or
core (Table 15) and sludge samples consisting of RC or DDH sludge (Table 16). As a rule
of thumb, if 90 % of the fine duplicate has an MPD within ± 10 % or an average MPD not
greater than 10 %, then the pulp grind, assay aliquot size and assay method can be described
as providing good precision. Similarly, if 90 % of the coarse duplicate has an MPD within
± 20 % or an average MPD not greater than 20 %, the preparation protocol and subsequent
assaying can be considered to provide good precision.

McPhar’s rock and sludge internal duplicate are below the 10 % threshold, with 5.2 % and
2.4 % respectively, passed the MPD test. Rate of rock and sludge re-check is good at 1:7
samples. The rock and sludge duplicate are plotted below as MPD cumulative frequency
chart and scatter plot as a visual tool to illustrate trends and the relationship between the
original and duplicate sample pairs.

Mean Percent Difference Cumulative Frequency


70

60
Sample Pair MPD (%)

50

40

30

20

10

0
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Rock Sample Percentile Rank

n = 183, mean = 4.58, SD = 9.6, COV = 210 %, min < 0.005, max = 64.400

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McPhar's Rock Fine Duplicate
70

60
+ 10 %
50

Duplicate (g/t Au)


- 10 %
40

30

20

10

0
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70
Original (g/t Au)

Mean Percent Difference Cumulative Frequency

14

12
Sample Pair MPD (%)

10

0
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 10

Sludge Sample Percentile Rank

McPhar's Sludge Fine Duplicate

40

35
+ 10 %
30
Duplicate (g/t Au)

- 10 %
25

20

15

10

0
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40

Original (g/t Au)

n = 34, mean = 7.18, SD = 10.9, COV = 152 %, min = 0.010, max = 39.113

The blind fine duplicate (Table 17) and coarse duplicate (Table 18) check samples to
Intertek failed the QA/QC. McPhar versus the Intertek’s fine and coarse duplicate MPD

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yielded 19.1 % and 31.3 %, exceeding the 10 % and 20 % threshold respectively. However,
this is also due to some measurable bias that often exists between assay results performed
by different laboratories. The coarse duplicate database also needs to be augmented from
the current rate of 1:206 samples to at least 1:50 samples for results to be representative. In
conjunction with the fine duplicate MPD, a representative coarse duplicate can zero-in on
sample preparation error. The fine and coarse duplicate check samples to Intertek were also
plotted below for visual analysis of the data.

Fine Duplicate MPD Cumulative Frequency


120

100
Sample Pair MPD (%)

80

60

40

20

0
0 20 40 60 80 10

1st vs 2nd Lab MPD Percentile Rank

n = 28, mean = 19.10, SD = 27.2, COV = 143 %, min = 0.100, max = 104.800

McPhar vs. Intertek Fine Duplicate

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+ 10 %
50
- 10 %
Intertek (g/t Au)

40

30

20

10

0
0 10 20 30 40 50 60

McPhar (g/t Au)

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Coarse Duplicate MPD Cumulative Frequency

90

80

70

Sample Pair MPD (%)


60

50

40

30

20

10

0
0 50 10
1st vs 2nd Lab Percentile Rank

McPhar vs. Intertek Coarse Duplicate


50
+ 20 %
X=Y
40
Intertek (g/t Au)

- 20 %
30

20

10

0
0 10 20 30 40 50

McPhar (g/t Au)

n = 7, mean = 11.40, SD = 15.6, COV = 137 %, min = 0.007, max = 42.100

14.2 Blank Samples

Blank samples are used to monitor contamination in the sample preparation and analysis
stages. It is presented in a time sequential manner using a control chart. This will assure that
equipments are cleaned every after sample and no sample mix-ups or transcription errors are
reported.

Fine (pulp) blanks should return values less than or equal to twice the detection limit of 0.005
g/t Au while coarse blank material should not exceed three times the detection limit. Any
standard assay point that lies on or above the threshold value is deemed contaminated thus
failing the QA/QC protocol. Therefore, at MRL Gold’s option, any or all the batch result for
that blank sample may be rejected and the batch re-analyzed for the rejected element together
with a new blank standard.

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Table 19: McPhar’s Blank Sample Results
Laboratory
g/t Au Batch
1 0.005 03-264
2 0.005 03-283
3 0.005 03-292
4 0.005 03-305
5 0.005 03-306
6 0.004 03-310
7 0.004 03-311
8 0.004 03-314
9 0.004 03-315

Blank Sample Control Chart


0.016
0.015 g/t Au
0.014 Threshold

0.012
Blank g/t Au

0.010
0.008
0.006
0.004
0.002
0.000
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

McPhar’s blanks are 0.004 g/t Au or 0.005 g/t Au, passed the test and are all within
acceptable limit. However, rate of internal blanks should be increased from the current rate
of 1:150 to at least 1:50 samples.

15.0 DRY BULK DENSITY CALCULATION

15.1 General Discussion

Dry Bulk Density (DBD) is the method preferred and required for resource estimation and
hence the standard used by the exploration and mining industry. Suitable procedures were
first set in place for the SWB density test. Procedures may vary from deposit to deposit or
across any deposit. Sample representativity was sought through careful and consistent
implementation throughout the sampling program. Factors likely to affect sample
representativity include:

• Poor and/or variable core recovery


• Rock condition: friable, blocky, clayish
• Veining, shears
• Human factor

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15.2 MRL Gold’s DBD Procedure

1. Strategically located and representative samples are taken from drill core, trench or
outcrops. Samples should at least be 5 cm across. Sample representativity factors to
consider for density test are:
a. Lithology and mineralogy
b. Porosity
c. Fracturing
d. Weathering
e. Mineralization and grades
f. Depth
2. Dust and loose material are removed using a soft brush.
3. The samples are dried in the sun for at least 1 week or oven dried at 100° - 110° for
48 hours (24 hours minimum).
4. Obtain the dry mass (Mdry) by weighing the sample on a triple beam balance at least
twice and average the results.
5. Determine the wax density (g/cc) to be used to coat the sample.
a. Find at least 2 small regular shaped container (e.g., right circular
cylinder)
b. Determine container’s dry weight and inner volume (e.g. π.r2.H)
c. Melt the wax and pour fully in the container then let the wax dry.
d. Determine the weight of the wax + container, and then subtract
container weight (item b) to isolate weight of wax.
e. Compute and average the 2 wax density: weight of item d ÷ volume
of item b.
6. Re-melt the same wax to coat the samples and let dry.
7. Determine the rock + wax weight (Wsample+wax).
8. Determine the rock + wax volume by averaging the ‘a’ and ‘b’ methods below.
a. Submerge the material in pre-determined volume of water (Vi) in a
graduated cylinder and note the final volume of water (Vf). Sample
(rock + wax) volume = Vf - Vi
b. As a check and balance, determine weight / volume of displaced
water. Directly convert volume of water (cc) into weight (g) using
water density of 1 g/cc:
i. Determine weight of empty graduated cylinder (Wcyl).
ii. Determine combined weight (com. weight) of: Vi +
graduated cylinder (Wcyl) + Wsample+wax (item 7).
iii. Determine weight of Vi = com. weight - Wcyl - Wsample+wax.
iv. Compute weight/volume of displaced water = weight Vf -
weight Vi.
9. Compute wax weight = Wsample+wax (item 7) - Mdry (item 4).
10. Compute wax volume = wax weight in g (item 9) ÷ wax density in g/cc (item 5).
11. Compute sample volume = rock + wax volume (item 8) – wax volume (item 10).
12. Compute sample density = Mdry (item 4) ÷ sample volume (item 11).

15.3 Result of DBD Calculation

MRL’s 10 samples averaged 2.6 g/cc. This figure should be used in the resource estimate.
The results of MRL’s bulk density test are summarized in Table 20.

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Table 20: MRL Gold’s Dry Bulk Density Calculation
DRY ROCK ROCK +
ROCK + WAX WAX WAX WAX ROCK
SAMPL MASS MASS VOLUME MASS VOLUM VOLUM DENSIT
E# (g) (g) (cc) (g) E (cc) E (cc) Y (g/cc)
LB-3 304.20 317.40 129.53 13.20 15.49 114.03 2.67
LB-4 174.70 181.60 72.25 6.90 8.10 64.15 2.72
LB-5 72.00 75.70 31.50 3.70 4.34 27.16 2.65
LB-6 43.20 44.60 19.80 1.40 1.64 18.16 2.38
LB-11 134.50 138.70 57.10 4.20 4.93 52.17 2.58
LB-14 180.50 189.10 82.35 8.60 10.09 72.26 2.50
LB-15 64.70 67.20 30.55 2.50 2.93 27.62 2.34
LB-21 43.90 45.30 17.60 1.40 1.64 15.96 2.75
LB-23 208.90 215.70 89.25 6.80 7.98 81.27 2.57
LB-24 156.60 161.40 68.05 4.80 5.63 62.42 2.51
Average 2.6

Both weight in grams (g) and volume in cubic centimeters (cc) were rounded-off to the
nearest 2 decimal places. Details such as description and assay values appear in Table 2.

Table 21: Description of Dry Bulk Density Samples


Au
SAMPLE DDH SG % EQUI
NO. NO. (g/cc) DESCRIPTION g/t Au g/t Ag Cu V
Hydrothermal breccia, hematitic qz-ba-sulph bxa, 6.345 2.5 0.015 6.40
8.50 - 8.60 LB-3 2.67 dominantly qz-cl-py alt, trace cpy
Hydrothermal breccia; qtz-bar± sulphide,
11.415 11.42
1.40 - 1.45 LB-4 2.72 hematitic matrix.
Qz-Ba-Sul-Cl Bxa, minor brecciated and locally
35.832 1.2 35.85
36.6 - 36.8 LB-5 2.65 sheared
Qz-Ba-Sul Hydrothermal Bxa, Light gray
hydrothermal breccia, matrix-supported,
chalcedonic quartz-sulphide matrix, with small
15.175 15.18
crystals of barite along fractures and vugs.
Sulphides, dominantly pyrite, at 5 volume %.
30.0 - 30.5 LB-6 2.38 The rock is crumbly.
Qtz- bar- py- cly bxa, strong py in vnlts, rare cpy,
0.890 <0.5 0.021 0.91
50.9 - 51.0 LB-11 2.58 silfd clasts/mtx
53.8 - 54.0 LB-14 2.50 Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia 29.73 0.7 0.01 29.75
27.30 - 27.35 LB-15 2.34 Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia 5.690 0.5 0.021 5.72
Quartz- barite- pyrite breccia, 20% recovered
1.005 3.20 0 1.05
101.1 - 101.2 LB-21 2.75 material.
Gray quartz- sulphide breccia with appreciable
0.135 1.2 0.03 0.19
49.60 - 49.65 LB-23 2.57 pyrite and minimal chalcopyrite.
19.00 - 19.10 LB-24 2.51 Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia. 20.76 0.6 20.77
AVE.
DBD 2.57

Note that the sample volume includes pore spaces as stated in MRL Gold’s DBD
procedures above.

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The histogram, shown below, is slightly positively skewed, either indicating that this is the
true nature of the data or there is a slight bias in density sampling a symmetrically
distributed SWB ore body.

MRL's Density Histogram


3

Qtz-Bar-Py SWB:
Number of Samples

10 samples
2

0
2.251 - 2.336 - 2.421 - 2.506 - 2.591 - 2.676 - 2.761 -
2.336 2.421 2.506 2.591 2.676 2.761 2.846
Class Boundary
n = 10, ave = 2.6, min = 2.34, max = 2.75, SD = 0.14, COV = 5.3 %

There is an inversely proportional relationship in the grade (g/t gold) versus density
scattergram below. Grades therefore, can be attributed to an increase in voids caused by
one or a combination of the following scenarios: the controlling tensional structure further
opened to accommodate more gold mineralization, latter hydrothermal fluids leached some
of the rock mass or brecciation introduced better grade but more vuggy clasts and lighter
clay matrix within the ore body. Generally, voids are also related to more complex
mineralization, gold introducing events.

Grade vs. Density Scattergram


2.80
2.75
Dry Bulk density (g/cc)

2.70
2.65
2.60
2.55
2.50
2.45
2.40
2.35
2.30
0 2 4 6 8 10 12

g/t Au

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16.0 INTERPRETATION AND CONCLUSIONS

16.1 Epithermal Gold Prospects

16.1.1 Structural / Depositional Controls

Lobo Project contains multiple structurally-controlled epithermal vein breccia


systems relating to a stress regime that facilitated either alternate or simultaneous
normal or strike- slip faulting. The dominant northeast trends of the veins in the
project area represent mineralized transtensional en-echelon tension gashes,
interpreted as regional “transfer structures”, related to the northwest trending
sinistral strike-slip faulting which are dispersed splays of the Philippine Fault Zone.
To date, approximately 7 km of northeast trending epithermal vein breccias have
been recognized, of which, two main trends, the Sampson and Camo Trends, were
delineated. These two main veins clearly demonstrate mineralization within the
interpreted “transfer structures”.

The Lobo vein breccia systems are interpreted as epithermal mineralization related
to high level intrusive(s). Magmatic fluids were channeled by pre-existing,
generally, northeast-trending fault structures. The hydrothermal activity is believed
to be multi-episodic, wherein, repeated influx of the hydrothermal fluids caused
sealing and boiling, which enhanced secondary brecciation events. The episodic
fluid upflow may have resulted in rapid fluid pressure change - the best means of
inducing gold deposition. The colloform-crustiform banding is an excellent example
of textures caused by repeated sealing and boiling. In addition, multi-brecciation
and hydrofractured textures common at SWB attests to this. This process may have
occurred at the mixing zone where the acid fluids interacted with shallow neutral
fluids, with attendant deposition of barite, sulfides and gold.

16.1.2 Deposit Types

Lobo Project displays complex and overprinting epithermal mineralization styles,


comprising high sulphidation and low sulphidation types, commonly associated with
barite- quartz- pyrite- clay gangue mineral assemblages. The recognized
mineralization types are exemplified by the metal zonation that is evident in the
project area, which includes copper- gold- silver zone delineated in the Lobo Old
Mine, Camo area and Japanese Tunnel (SWB), and a high- gold zone at Dita (SWB).
The relative proximal occurrences of these prospects that exhibit differing
mineralizations, reflect the complexity and the possible mixing of the mineralizing
hydrothermal fluids.

Bailey (2003) states: “The Lobo project area hosts a classic high sulphidation
precious metal - copper epithermal system that is overprinted by low sulphidation
gold mineralization. Fluids, from which high sulfidation mineralization was
deposited, were channeled upwards along the intersection of northeasterly- and
northwesterly-striking dilatants structures from an underlying pluton. These fluids
were probably highly acid initially and dominated by metal chloro complexes in
solution at relatively high temperature. The resultant heat flux then caused the
establishment of circulating cells of meteoric water that cooled and diluted the
upwelling acid solutions to the point where chloro complexes were no longer stable

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and the solutions were unable to transport base metals. Gold, however, continued to
remain in solution, probably as thio complexes (Au + HS-), to be deposited along
the northeasterly-striking structures in zones of hydrothermal brecciation.
Obviously there is a pluton at depth but of unknown size and, as yet, of unknown
depth.”

16.1.3 SWB Ore-Shoot

The Phase 1 and 2 drill programs have delineated a significant, near-surface gold
resource at SWB. The drill intersections within SWB are of good gold grade and
width. At the time of writing, a gold resource calculation for SWB is being carried
out. Figure 20 is a longitudinal section of SWB showing grade in relation to vein
breccia width.

As is typical of epithermal systems, mineralization at Lobo probably occurs as


multiple mineralized shoots, with vertical dimensions greatly exceeding horizontal
dimensions. The SWB ore shoot is likely controlled by structural intersections. The
configuration of SWB (low sulphidation system) resembles the high sulphidation
ore-shoot pattern in the Old Lobo Mine. It is expected that more ore-shoots will be
located along Camo and Sampson Trends, although only a small number of these
mineralized shoots are expected to be exposed at the present day erosion level. A
considerable amount of drilling will be required to discover and evaluate these blind
shoots.

In places there is post-ore faulting within SWB, which may influence grade. It
appears that within the vein breccia ore zone, there is a strong correlation between
the gold grade and the magnitude of the recorded post-ore faults. Post-ore faults
generated clays and introduced wall rock fragments into the mineralized vein
breccia that diluted the ore materials, thereby, lowering the gold grade (e.g., LB-13,
21). It is, however, strongly believed that beyond the clayey shear zones, massive
breccia zones containing high gold values will still be encountered at depth. This is
evidenced by the presence of some clasts/fragments within the sheared mineralized
section, which show texture and mineralization similar to those of the high grade
zones. The only difference is that, copper sulphides and appreciable base metal
sulphides become noticeable in the vein breccia at deeper levels. The presence of
these sulphides indicates transition into the deeper level of the mineralization
system. The down dip extensions of the mineralized breccia should be pursued
using reverse circulation drilling, or a larger diamond drill rig.

16.1.4 Old Lobo Mine

Unfortunately, it has not been possible to locate detailed mining records from the
Old Lobe Mine, and little is known about the mine. Summary reports and data
indicate the ore shoot contained high grades in the 2-6% range [according to an old
longitudinal section]. It is not known why mining ceased in 1969. It is possible the
high sulphidation copper-silver ore-shoot is open to depth. Orientation
electromagnetic surveying is proposed to test this possibility.

Further to the southwest along strike, in the West Drift area, drill testing will take
place to locate the reported gold “reserve” of 60,000 ozs. Quartz stockworks and

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SW
NE

Topographic profile LB-15 Drill hole number


Trench no. 2 along section line ( 95.19
(
(
Gold grade g/t x true
210.10 vein width in meter
Outcrop channel
159.2 >100
LB-03 LB-20
110.39 79.5
>75 - 99
Trench no. 1 LB-19 >50 - 74
358.25 LB-24 8.05
LB-04
118.58 LB-22
144.09 1.55
>20 - 49
LB-01
2.52 >10 - 25
LB-18
LB-10 LB-15 32.89
17.68 LB-06 95.19
52.29 LB-23
1.55
LB-17
LB-25 44.0
LB-12
59.7 20 meters
LB-14
0.58
117.52
LB-11
5.5
LB-07
190
LB-16 MRL GOLD PHILS. INC.
1.30

LB-21 LOBO PROJECT


LB-13 2.82 SW Breccia Zone
15.03
LONGITUDINAL SECTION
(Looking NW)
Figure 20
quartz ± barite veins/veinlets mapped along Batang Creek and its tributaries
draining the magnetic low anomalous area may be related to the West Drift target.
The crustiform-colloform banded texture and opaline to chalcedonic character of the
quartz veins and veinlets signify high-level epithermal environment of formation.
More strongly developed vein breccia is expected at a deeper level in this epithermal
environment. The mapped vein breccia in P. Anyayahan’s land property (elevation
240m asl) in West Drift Hill is interpreted to be the southwest extension of Sampson
Trend. This zone is the main drill target in West Drift.

The ground magnetic survey delineated a continuous strong magnetic low signature
from the Old Lobo Mine to Bukal area, following the general course of Batang
Creek. This magnetic low anomaly is interpreted to be a zone of intense
hydrothermal alteration resulting in magnetite destruction. LB-30 was drilled within
this magnetic low zone and intersected sections with significant mineralization
associated with the strong alteration. It is apparent that other ore-shoots could be
intersected along the extensive magnetic low coincident with the Sampson Trend.

16.1.5 Acacia Ore-Shoot

The newly-located, northwest-trending Acacia ore-shoot manifests a complex


mineralization system, exhibiting gold-silver and gold-copper-silver types. This ore
shoot which cuts across the northeast trending Camo Trend, may have developed as
tension vein split from the main Camo- SWB vein system. The possible southeast
extension of this vein split towards the silica cap area (near J- Hill prospect), may
have been a good locus for substantial mineralization, especially under the silica
cap. The cross- intersection of the Acacia vein split and the main Camo- SWB vein
system is also considered a favorable target area.

The overprinting of mineralization in Acacia is distinct from that of SWB ore-,


which is low-sulphidation, while the Acacia ore-shoot manifests both low and high
sulphidation mineralization.

The occurrence of high sulphidation mineralization in Acacia may indicate the


presence of nearby high-level porphyry intrusive at depth. It is a common
observation in the Philippines, and around the circum-Pacific belt, that high-
sulphidation mineralization may form as shoulders of porphyry intrusives, with
which, porphyry copper- gold mineralization could be associated.

16.1.6 Potential for Ore-Shoots Below Silica Cap

The approximately 7 km mineralized epithermal vein breccia trends recognized in


Lobo Project are only partially defined to date. The extensive related silica cap
materials, as well as Quaternary cover rocks, may have obscured other vein breccia
trends beneath these.

Extensive areas of erosional remnants of and in-situ silica ledges or silica cap, occur
above and alongside the vein breccia systems and elsewhere at Lobo (Figure 3).
These silica ledges, comprising pervasive and intense quartz-pyrite (± alunite clay)
mineral assemblages, have moderate to low grades (as seen to date), or are barren,
and were generated during an earlier proximal acid-sulphate alteration episode,

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above the boiling zone. Boulder fields of such material are interpreted to be
residual.

Extensive silica sealing creates an impervious layer that allows fluid build-up,
leading to explosive venting, boiling and brecciation. This hydrothermal brecciation
process creates the appropriate secondary permeability required for an ore-grade
gold deposit to form. Secondary permeability might have also been provided by
porous “vuggy silica” formed during earlier acid leaching.

The exploration potential beneath these silica cap areas is considered high. These
probably represent intact acid caps to the hydrothermal systems, and the extension
of the boiling zone at depth.

In addition, the extensive Quaternary volcanic cover in the project area may obscure
epithermal mineralization below. The cover is thought to be thin in places, thus
mineralized targets beneath may be accessible to exploration.

16.2 Porphyry Copper-Gold Potential

The syn-mineral, high-sulphidation component present just southwest of SWB at


Japanese Tunnel, in the Old Lobo Mine, and elsewhere at Lobo, strongly suggests
that a magmatic source(s) is present at shallow depth. A cluster of 6 distinct
magnetic responses occurs within the Lobo Project and one just outside, in ground
also controlled by MRL Gold/Egerton. These anomalies are interpreted as high-
level intrusions with which porphyry copper-gold mineralization could be
associated. A potassium anomaly occurs associated with three of the magnetic
anomalies in proximity to the Old Lobo Mine/West Drift area, which may reflect
potassium enrichment and porphyry copper-gold associated potassic alteration.

The ground magnetic survey defined a very prominent positive anomaly,


approximately coincident with two airborne anomalies, extending over an area of
about 600 m by 150 m. Modeling indicates its depth is approximately 100 m. A
second positive magnetic anomaly in the northeast of the current survey area has
been partially defined to date. The ground survey will be extended to cover this as
well as the other airborne anomalies on the Lobo Project. The prominent positive
magnetic anomaly is interpreted as being associated with a porphyry copper-gold
system.

The presence of a porphyry system is supported by alteration windows that were


mapped in the Batang Creek, West Drift and Bukal areas, comprising of clay
(illite/smectite)–pyrite±quartz (argillic alteration) and localized intertonguing
quartz-pyrite-clay (intermediate argillic) with accompanying chlorite-calcite
replacement. The surrounding propylitic alteration consists of chlorite-magnetite-
pyrite±clay. Theoretically, argillic and intermediate argillic alteration consisting of
illite/smectite, pyrite and quartz is transitional to quartz-sericite-pyrite (phyllic)
zone, which eventually progresses into the inner biotite-magnetite-quartz± k-
feldspars (potassic) zone. The magnetite content of the potassic zone may have
caused the positive magnetic responses outlined by the ground magnetic survey
between West Drift and SWB. The syn-mineral high sulphidation component

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present throughout Lobo Project strongly suggests that a magmatic source(s) is
present at shallow depth.

Other areas that show significant copper mineralization within the Lobo tenements,
and which may indicate a porphyry source at depth, include: FNE, where high
copper (up to 8.68 %) and silver (up to 1,792 g/t) values were obtained from float
samples; Nagtoctoc, where chip samples of outcrops show 7.3 % copper and 87 g/t
silver; and Pica Prospect. The latter prospect, although has not yielded significant
copper and gold grades, features extensive silica capping that signifies intense acid
leaching from magmatic derived fluids emanating from a possible porphyry
intrusive source at depth.

Several drill holes in SWB, located about 300 m southeast of the magnetic high
[interpreted intrusive], also revealed a number of clues that point to a mineralized
porphyry body somewhere at depth. For example, LB-13 intersected bleached
polymictic hydrothermal breccia showing pervasively intense clay-pyrite-(chlorite-
calcite) replacement. The pyrite crystals occur in very fine disseminations and
reaches up to 10 % of total rock volume. The presence of pervasive clay
replacement and the considerable amount of fine pyrite in the rock matrix, indicate
that the possible source of the mineralizing hydrothermal fluid is not too far. The
fluid is believed to have risen from a nearby intrusive. Polymictic breccias, though
less argillic, were also intersected in LB-21 (26m northeast of LB-13) and LB-28
(125m west of LB-13). The occurrence of hydrothermal breccias around the margin
of porphyry systems is a common feature in the Philippines and elsewhere in the
Asia Pacific region. The identified replacement sericite/illite- quartz- chlorite-clay
in host rock andesite in LB-17, suggests possible transition to phyllic (quartz-
sericite- pyrite) zone. Also, the recognition of chalcopyrite specks with tennantite/
tetrahedrite (± enargite) in LB-21 and LB-27 coupled with increasing base metals
(sphalerite>galena>chalcopyrite) towards the bottom of, for example, LB-17,
strongly suggests a mineralized intrusive nearby.

Other trends that warrant follow-up for porphyry targets include the Nagtoctoc and
Pica Prospects. These are co-parallel and similar in nature to Sampson and Camo
Prospects. Nagtoctoc Prospect is a breccia-vein complex associated with quartz-
clay-barite gangue and an advanced argillic altered (kaolinite) envelope. An
aeromagnetic high anomaly coincides with this prospect, which suggests there may
be a porphyry target at depth as well.

Pica is a zone of intense high-level epithermal silicification with barite-sulphide


veins and breccias. Vuggy silica and pervasive silica replacement are indicative of
intense acid leaching from magmatic-derived fluids emanating from a possible
porphyry intrusive source at depth.

17.0 RECOMENDATIONS

17.1 SWB Zone

• More intensive study and interpretation of the structural geology to elucidate


structural controls of the gold-mineralized quartz-barite-pyrite breccia at SWB,
and elsewhere on the Lobo Project (in progress)

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• Additional detailed exploration along the Camo Trend to delineate drill targets.
The objective is to find another swell portion of the vein-breccia (similar to
SWB zone) along the 2 km potential strike and increase the gold resource. This
will also determine the extent of the Japanese Tunnel mineralization as revealed
in LB-08 and LB-09.
• Parallel computer generated resource calculation of SWB zone.
• Drilling to test the down-dip extension of SWB.

17.2 West Drift to SW Breccia Area

• Orientation induced polarization over the magnetic anomaly between the West
Drift-SWB areas
• Drilling in West Drift area to locate and evaluate the reported high grade gold
resource in the Old Lobo Mine.
• Drilling the West Drift area porphyry target

17.3 Acacia

• Additional drilling to test the Acacia ore-shoot intersected in LB-27.

17.4 Other Lobo Prospects

• Continued prospecting mapping and definition of all vein breccia trends and
silica cap at Lobo.
• Orientation soil geochemistry survey
• Pitting and trenching of high-potential prospects
• Drilling of best targets
• Evaluation of aeromagnetic anomalies for their porphyry copper-gold potential
(geochemical, geological and geophysical surveying)

17.5 Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC)

• It is recommended that McPhar’s fine and coarse rejects be re-tagged and re-
assayed as blind duplicate by the same laboratory. The blind fine and coarse
duplicate should be done at least 1:50 (2 %) samples.
• It is recommended that MRL Gold prepare its own in-house blanks for
insertion at the rate of 1:50 samples.
• To measure and monitor assaying accuracy as well as precision, MRL Gold
should supplement its QA/QC program using Standard Reference Material
(SRM). SRM has extremely low heterogeneity, reliably prepared, accurately
characterized, has similar required element mineralogy with the venture area,
and has grade values within the range of the project. This can either be
purchased commercially (quick implementation and for short term projects)
or prepared ‘in-house’ (cost-effective and for long term projects).

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APPENDIX 1

SURFACE ROCK SAMPLES LEDGER

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Appendix 1A

Outcrop Samples Ledger


OUTCROP SAMPLE
SAMPLE EAST NORTH GOLD, g/t SILVER, g/t COPPER, % TYPE LOCATION SAMPLER SPATCH N
57701 311080 1509986 1.00 730.00 4.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Camo 1 NR 2002-01
57704 309976 1510796 2.00 16.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Calumpang vein NR 2002-01
57716 310103 1510882 0.00 13.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Paco vein NR 2002-01
57719 310459 1510488 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1 .0m Mine creek, Batang tributary NR 2002-01
57724 311091 1509984 1.00 488.00 1.00 OC Channel 9.0m Camo 1 EA 2002-01
57629 311275 1510130 0.00 5.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Binong NR 2003-02
57639 311155 1510130 0.00 113.00 2.00 OC Channel 1.0m Camo NR 2003-02
57640 311155 1510136 0.00 3.00 0.00 OC Channel 2.0m Camo NR 2003-02
57641 311156 1510140 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Camo NR 2003-02
57642 310679 1509691 0.00 3.00 0.00 OC Channel 2.0m Acacia NR 2003-02
57643 310683 1509690 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Channel 2.0m Acacia NR 2003-02
57644 310687 1509696 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Channel 2.0m Acacia NR 2003-02
57645 310699 1509692 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Channel 3.0m Acacia NR 2003-02
57646 310617 1509663 0.00 7.00 0.00 OC Channel 4.0m Acacia NR 2003-02
57647 310618 1509664 0.00 9.00 0.00 OC Channel 4.0m Acacia NR 2003-02
57648 310619 1509666 0.00 6.00 0.00 OC Channel 4.0m Acacia NR 2003-02
57649 310237 1509403 7.00 10.00 1.00 OC Channel 5.0m SWB NR 2003-02
57650 310245 1509402 2.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.5m SWB NR 2003-02
57654 310367 1509455 37.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.5 m SWB NR 2003-02
57656 311045 1509906 0.00 13.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 2.0m Camo NR 2003-02
57657 311068 1509910 0.00 4.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 0.5m Camo NR 2003-02
57659 310140 1509367 1.00 7.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 0.5m SWB NR 2003-03
57660 310121 1509355 1.00 7.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 0.5m SWB NR 2003-03
57661 310226 1509396 2.00 3.00 1.00 OC Rockchip 0.5m SWB NR 2003-03
57662 310615 1509659 0.00 9.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 5.0m Acacia NR 2003-03
57663 310617 1509660 0.00 5.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 5.0m Acacia NR 2003-03
57665 310441 1509480 11.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m SWB NR 2003-03
57667 310400 1509364 0.00 3.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 3.0m SWB NR 2003-03
57672 310534 1509387 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 2.0m SWB NR 2003-03
57673 310065 1508697 0.00 0.00 0.00 OC Channel 7.0m Bahayan NR 2003-03
57674 310064 1508654 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 10.0m Bahayan NR 2003-03
57675 310096 1508679 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 0.5m Bahayan NR 2003-03
57676 311098 1510033 0.00 9.00 0.00 OC Channel 2.8m Trench 4 Camo 2 Camo NR 2003-04
57677 310363 1509452 13.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 8.0m Trench 1 SWB NR 2003-04
57678 310357 1509449 39.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 5.0m Trench 1 SWB NR 2003-04
57682 310454 1509474 19.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 11.0m Trench 2 SWB BLO 2003-05
57686 310612 1509658 0.00 5.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 0.5m Acacia BLO 2003-06
SAMPLE EAST NORTH GOLD, g/t SILVER, g/t COPPER, % TYPE LOCATION SAMPLER SPATCH N
57688 310399 1509464 0.00 3.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 5.1m SWB BLO 2003-06
57689 310411 1509457 5.00 3.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 3.5m SWB BLO 2003-06
57690 310413 1509482 1.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 2.0m SWB BLO 2003-07
57691 310407 1509460 9.00 6.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 0.70m SWB BLO 2003-07
57692 310403 1509462 0.00 3.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 2.1m SWB BLO 2003-07
57693 310426 1509471 18.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 5.0m SWB BLO 2003-07
57694 310359 1509473 0.00 8.00 0.00 OC Channel 5.0m Trench drillsite SWB NR 2003-08
57695 310357 1509476 0.00 0.00 0.00 OC Channel 4.0m Trench drillsite SWB BLO 2003-08
57276 310937 1509795 0.00 4.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 3.0m East Ridge NR 2003-12
57277 310908 1509779 0.00 77.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m East Ridge NR 2003-12
57282 310996 1509844 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.50m Trench Camo 3 trench BLO 2003-12
57283 310984 1509848 1.00 16.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 9.50m Trench Camo 3 trench BLO 2003-12
57284 311001 1509839 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 5.50m Trench top East Ridge BLO 2003-12
57285 310887 1509774 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.60m Trench 1 East Ridge BLO 2003-12
57286 310908 1509785 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 2.00m Trench 2 East Ridge BLO 2003-12
57287 310908 1509783 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 0.80m Trench 2 East Ridge BLO 2003-12
57251 310022 1512379 0.00 11.00 3.00 OC RC 3.20m Nagtoctoc 1 NR 2003-18
57252 310007 1512405 0.00 5.00 7.00 OC RC 3.30m Nagtoctoc 1 NR 2003-18
57253 309982 1512426 0.00 11.00 0.00 OC RC 3.50m Nagtoctoc 1 NR 2003-18
57254 309972 1512436 0.00 29.00 0.00 OC RC 2.00 m Nagtoctoc 2 NR 2003-18
57255 309926 1512376 0.00 8.00 0.00 OC RC 2.00 m Nagtoctoc 2 NR 2003-18
57256 310888 1509771 0.00 15.00 0.00 OC RC 1.00 m Trench East Ridge NR 2003-18
57258 309950 1510810 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 2.00m Calumpang NR 2003-20
57259 309969 1510812 0.00 3.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 5.00m Calumpang NR 2003-20
57260 309999 1510818 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.00m Calumpang NR 2003-20
57261 309986 1512130 0.00 5.00 2.00 OC Rockchip 1.00m Nagtoctoc NR 2003-20
57262 309971 1512151 0.00 3.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 10.00m Nagtoctoc NR 2003-20
57263 309955 1512162 0.00 40.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 12.00m Nagtoctoc NR 2003-20
57264 309935 1512249 0.00 87.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.00m Nagtoctoc NR 2003-20
57265 309956 1512254 0.00 15.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.00m Nagtoctoc NR 2003-20
57266 310025 1510820 0.00 3.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 5.00m Calumpang NR 2003-20
57267 310027 1510803 0.00 10.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 5.00m Calumpang NR 2003-20
57293 310800 1511101 0.00 4.00 0.00 OC Rockchip FNE BLO 2003-20
57294 311069 1510793 0.00 43.00 0.00 OC Rockchip FNE BLO 2003-20
57295 311193 1511147 0.00 8.00 0.00 OC Rockchip FNE BLO 2003-20
57296 310855 1510683 0.00 58.00 0.00 OC Rockchip FNE BLO 2003-20
57297 310795 1510723 0.00 6.00 0.00 OC Rockchip FNE BLO 2003-20
57298 309962 1510177 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip West Drift BLO 2003-20
57299 310284 1510411 0.00 4.00 0.00 OC Rockchip West Drift BLO 2003-20
SAMPLE EAST NORTH GOLD, g/t SILVER, g/t COPPER, % TYPE LOCATION SAMPLER SPATCH N
57300 310158 1510423 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip West Drift BLO 2003-20
7201 310120 1510430 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip West Drift BLO 2003-20
7202 310908 1509781 0.00 3.00 0.00 OC Rockchip Trench East Ridge BLO 2003-20
7203 310910 1509777 0.00 6.00 0.00 OC Rockchip Trench East Ridge BLO 2003-20
7204 310195 1509505 1.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip Testpit SWB BLO 2003-20
7205 310229 1509494 1.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip Testpit SWB BLO 2003-20
7226 310843 1510668 0.00 8.00 0.00 OC Rockchip Trench 1 FNE BLO 2003-24
7227 311050 1510796 0.00 14.00 0.00 OC Rockchip Trench 2 FNE BLO 2003-24
7228 311032 1511001 0.00 9.00 0.00 OC Rockchip Trench 3 FNE BLO 2003-24
7229 311195 1511154 0.00 18.00 0.00 OC Rockchip Trench 4 FNE BLO 2003-24
7230 310755 1511008 0.00 5.00 0.00 OC Rockchip FNE BLO 2003-24
57268 306022 1514572 0.00 0.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1-m Calo NR / P 2003-24
57269 306256 1515218 1.00 9.00 2.00 OC Rockchip 1-m Taywanak NR / P 2003-24
57270 306213 1515262 0.00 19.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1-m Taywanak NR / P 2003-24
57271 305206 1514279 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1-m Biga-a NR / P 2003-24
57272 310045 1510155 0.00 5.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1-m West Drift NR / P 2003-24
57273 310070 1510157 0.00 4.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1-m West Drift NR / P 2003-24
57274 310066 1510119 0.00 0.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1-m West Drift NR / P 2003-24
57275 310061 1510302 0.00 4.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1-m West Drift NR / P 2003-24
7231 310070 1510296 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1-m West Drift NR / P 2003-24
7232 310306 1510263 0.00 6.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1-m West Drift NR / P 2003-24
7233 310033 1512235 0.00 69.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Nagtoctoc NR / P 2003-25
7234 310074 1512188 0.00 4.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Nagtoctoc NR / P 2003-25
7235 309934 1512290 0.00 87.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Nagtoctoc NR / P 2003-25
7236 309950 1512220 0.00 3.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Nagtoctoc NR / P 2003-25
7210 309138 1510550 0.00 2.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Pica NR / P 2003-25
7211 309121 1510504 0.00 2.00 0.00 FL Grab Pica NR / P 2003-25
7212 309091 1510471 0.00 11.00 0.00 FL Grab Pica NR / P 2003-25
7213 309153 1510416 0.00 1.00 0.00 FL Grab Pica NR / P 2003-25
7214 309368 1510554 0.00 6.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Pica NR / P 2003-25
7221 310179 1510112 0.00 6.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Bukal NR / P 2003-25
7237 306265 1515202 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 4.0m Taywanak NR 2003-26
7238 306273 1515208 1.00 3.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 2.0m Taywanak NR 2003-26
7239 306267 1515226 1.00 4.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 3.0m Taywanak NR 2003-26
7240 306270 1515217 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 2.0m Taywanak NR 2003-26
7241 306267 1515209 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 5.0m Taywanak NR 2003-26
7242 306218 1515259 0.00 20.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Taywanak NR 2003-26
7243 305189 1514281 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 10.0m Biga-A NR 2003-26
7244 305176 1514284 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 10.0m Biga-A NR 2003-26
SAMPLE EAST NORTH GOLD, g/t SILVER, g/t COPPER, % TYPE LOCATION SAMPLER SPATCH N
7245 305258 1514400 0.00 0.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Biga-A NR 2003-26
7246 305483 1514398 0.00 0.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 10.0m Biga-A NR 2003-26
7247 305539 1514480 0.00 0.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 10.0m Biga-A NR 2003-26
7248 306013 1514547 0.00 1.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m Calo NR 2003-26
58802 309868 1510986 0.00 4.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 10.0m Pica NR / P 2003-26
58809 310577 1509644 0.00 0.00 0.00 OC Rockchip 1.0m SWB BLO 2003-27
58811 310318 1510247 0.005 9.2 0.004 OC Rockchip 1.0m West Drift FTL 2003-28
59613 310252 1510231 0.025 0.60 0.00 Trench sample-outcrop 8m West Drift, Tr-2 FTL/ MCDS 2004-10
59021 310256 1510219 0.005 4.90 0.00 Trench sample-outcrop 4.5m West Drift, Tr-3 FTL/ MCDS 2004-10
59020 310257 1510216 0.010 3.20 0.00 Trench sample-outcrop 3.2m West Drift, Tr-3 FTL/ MCDS 2004-10
59019 310260 1510213 0.015 4.40 0.00 Trench sample-outcrop 1.5m West Drift, Tr-3 FTL/ MCDS 2004-10
59612 310266 1510207 0.005 50.40 0.00 Trench sample-outcrop 1.5m West Drift, Tr-1 FTL/ MCDS 2004-10
59611 310270 1510204 0.005 1.30 0.00 Trench sample-outcrop 8m West Drift, Tr-1 FTL/ MCDS 2004-10
58812 310077 1510156 0.011 1.00 0.004 OC Rockchip 1.0m West Drift FTL 2003-28
58818 310060 1510157 0.010 2.50 0.005 OC Rockchip 1.0m West Drift FTL 2003-28
58827 310625 1510509 0.050 39.20 0.016 OC Rockchip 3.0m Sampson FTL 2003-29
58828 310603 1510508 0.055 7.60 0.008 OC Rockchip 10.0m Sampson FTL 2003-29
58824 310486 1510465 0.045 2.00 0.038 OC Rockchip 6.0m Sampson FTL 2003-29
58825 310465 1510448 5.855 18.40 0.158 OC Rockchip 1.5m Sampson FTL 2003-29
58823 310467 1510439 0.535 3.80 0.189 OC Rockchip 1.0m Sampson FTL 2003-29
ES LEDGER
DISPATCH DATE DESCRIPTION
July 2 2002 Qz-ba-sulph vein breccia, moderate azu-mal staining
July 2 2002 Qz-py altered veinwall, moderate vuggy, intense silicification, mod fractured, py 10 % dissm
July 2 2002 qz-ba colloform-banded, py 10 %, bxd, cut by coarse qz vnlt
July 2 2002 massive qz-py with dissm copper▒iron sulphide, dissm <py 20 %, weakly vuggy
July 2 2002 Qz-ba-sulph vein breccia, moderate azu-mal staining
February 3 2003 light grey intense pervasive cl-qz-py alt andesite, minor cpy-sph-gal irreg vnlts, minor vuggy
February 3 2003 brecciated wk-mod cl-chl-qz-py altered andesite, locally sheared, mod mal-azu stain
February 3 2003 light grey weak cl-chl-qz-py alt andesite, locally brecciated, minor mal stain
February 3 2003 d grey selective chl-qz-py altered andesite
February 3 2003 hydrothermal breccia?, grey intense qz-py altered clasts, argillized matrix
February 3 2003 argilliized andesitic polymictic breccia, altered and mineralized clasts
February 3 2003 argilliized brecciated andesite
February 3 2003 argilliized brecciated andesite, trace mal stain
February 3 2003 breccia, intense dk grey qz-py altered clasts +/-Cu sulphides
February 3 2003 breccia, intense dk grey qz-py altered clasts +/-Cu sulphides
February 3 2003 breccia, intense dk grey qz-py altered clasts +/-Cu sulphides
February 3 2003 hydrothermal breccia?, clast-support, mod qz-py alt, bor-cpy fract fill, mod mal-azu stain
February 3 2003 hydrothermal breccia?, clast-support, mod qz-py alt, bor-cpy fract fill, mod mal-azu stain
February 3 2003 hydrothermal breccia, dk grey, sulphidic matrix, argillized (kaol-alunite?) clasts, late qz veins
February 3 2003 light grey qz-py breccia , minor bor-cpy, 10 vol % dissm py
February 3 2003 grey intense qz-py altered andesire, minor bor-enr dissm
February 19 2003 dk grey qz-sulp-cl bxa, replacement text, matrix-support, silicicd in places, mod vuggy, blebby py 15%
February 19 2003 dk grey-pink red qz-sulp bxa, mod vuggy chalc qz, replacement breccia text
February 19 2003 light grey vuggy silica, intense silicified, locally banded chalc qz + eng-luz-bor-cpy infill
February 19 2003 dk grey vuggy silica to intense qz-py-cl altered, relict igneous text, fine-grd bor-eng-cpy, late chal qz hairline vnlts
February 19 2003 weathered qz-cl-py altered andesite, wkly fractd, cut by open-space late chalcedonic qz vnlts
February 19 2003 mottled grey mod vuggy qz-ba-cl intense altered andesite, 10% fine-grnd py+/- Cu sulp, late chalc qz vnlts
February 19 2003 intense qz-py-cl altered andesite jigsaw breccia, v fine-grnd qz, weakly vuggy
February 19 2003 grey-reddish quartz-jasper vein, weakly vuggy, chalcedonic massive quartz, minor pyrite
February 19 2003 intense clay-quartz altered andesite with Cu sulphide irregular veins+ manganese infill
February 19 2003 clay-chlorite+'- quartz altered andesite, minor dissm sulphides
February 19 2003 dark grey-black chalcedonic quartz breccia with Cu sulphide infill
March 07 2003 composite andesitic wall rock (0.8m) and light-coloured weathered quartz-barite breccia
March 07 2003 yellowish to light grey quartz-barite-sulphide hydrothermal breccia, matrix support to hydrofractured
March 07 2003 light grey quartz-barite-sulphide hydrothermal breccia, matrix support to hydrofractured
March 14 2003 Qz-Ba-Sulp breccia, py 10 % dissm, hydrofractured to fluidized texture
March 26 2003 argillized (cl-py) to gougy along fault zone
DISPATCH DATE DESCRIPTION
March 26 2003 moderately weathered, intense sheared & cl-py andesite
March 26 2003 qz-barite-sulphide breccia, locally sheared
March 28 2003 subcrop hydroth bxd andesite w/ gy sil + sulph matrix replacement fract filled ba-qz-sulp
March 28 2003 hydrothermal bxa w/ clasts of silic andesite and qz-ba replaced frags, loacally argillized
March 28 2003 argillic-altered andesite v weak silicifcation along fractures
March 28 2003 breccia w/ brecciated ande clasts & silc pyritic matrix + qz-ba-sulp frags on open spaces
April 09 2003 oxd yellowish-red fractured intense qz-cl+sulp altered matrix breccia
April 09 2003 oxd weathered jarositic cl-qz +sulp altered matrix breccia
May 05 2003 lt grey to white intense silicified fragmental rock, patchy bxd, sulphides 2%
May 05 2003 lt grey to grey intense silicified rk, massive replacement chalcedonic silica, wkly vuggy, sulphides 2%
May 05 2003 siliceous breccia, patchy cl-qz-ba fragments
May 05 2003 intense-mod alunite-qz-cl altered rk, limonitic all throughout
May 05 2003 bleached limonitic argillized patchy silicified andesite bxa w/ patchy opaline qz-ba clasts
May 05 2003 hydrothermal qz-ba-sulp bxa, limonitic along fracts, patchy argillized and silicified
May 05 2003 hydrobrecciated andesite w/ patchy qz-ba-cl-py, locally argilled and silicified
May 05 2003 strongly hematitic hydrothermal breccia, patchy strong silicified, py 2%
May 31 2003 Hydrothermal breccia, matrix-supported w/ silic angular clasts, sulphidic chalcedonic matrix w. eng-bor, intense mal-azu
May 31 2003 Hydrothermal breccia, matrix-supported w/ silic angular clasts, sulphidic chalcedonic matrix w. eng-bor, intense mal-azu
May 31 2003 mixed colloform banded quartz vein and hydrothermal breccia, intensely silicified all throughout
May 31 2003 light gray intense silicified rock w/ minor andesite wallrk, colloform banded + eng-bor, wk vuggy + 5% sulphides
May 31 2003 intense chalcedonic, massive to colloform banded breccia w/ eng-bor, wk mal stain
May 31 2003 dark gray strong silicified, minor clayey, sulphidic rock, moderately vuggy, py 20-30%
June 09 2003 Light gray, mod vuggy qtz-py altered rk, minor xtalline bar
June 09 2003 Light gray, mod vuggy qtz-py altered, w/ chalcedony in places, bar in fracs
June 09 2003 Dk gray intense silicified rock
June 09 2003 Intense silicified- sulphidic replacement bxa, malachite stains.
June 09 2003 Intense silicified- sulphidic replacement bxa, malachite stains.
June 09 2003 Sulphidic, strong silica replaced brecciated andesite
June 09 2003 Bxa, opalline qtz replacement , sulfides masked by qtz.
June 09 2003 Quartz-barite brecxcia, chalcedonic quartz, py 1 vol %
June 09 2003 Dark gray sulphidic intense silicified rock, py 15 volume %
June 09 2003 Dark gray sulphidic intense silicified rock, py 15 volume %
June 09 2003 Cryptoxtalline silica w/ jasper to hematitic shades, xtalline coarse qtz on vugs
June 09 2003 Texturally bxt'd silf'd (opalline qtz rplmt) andesite w/ fn py diss.
June 09 2003 Qtz >> clay (alunite) replaced rock w/ fine barite associations in parts.
June 09 2003 Qtz- bar ▒ sulfide breccia outcrop
June 09 2003 Qtz- bar ▒ sulfide breccia outcrop
June 09 2003 Plagiophyric rock, cly- sil- py altered w/ x-crossing fn gr qtz- bar veinlets.
June 09 2003 Dk gray sulphidic silica replacement vein, fine sulfides as bands, slightly oxidized.
DISPATCH DATE DESCRIPTION
June 09 2003 Silicified, qtz- py altered zone w/ localized cly alteration.
June 09 2003 ▒ 1 meter wide sil- py replacement vein w/ minimal qtz- bar in localized frac planes.
June 09 2003 Argillic cly altered andesite
June 09 2003 Qtz > clay (alunite) replaced rock w/ fine barite associations in parts.
June 09 2003 Clay ▒ sil altered andesite porphyry, wall of the breccia outcrop at Jap tunnel
June 09 2003 Breccia; chalcedonic qtz- sulphide replacement breccia w/ vuggy qtz vnlts.
24 June 2003 Quartz-barite breccia
24 June 2003 Weathered clayey sulphidic andesite
24 June 2003 Pyritic breccia
24 June 2003 Breccia with minor bornite
24 June 2003 Grey silicified rock
24 June 2003 Vuggy quartz-pyrite replacement, py 10 volume %
24 June 2003 Intense silica-replaced rock, moderate bor-enargite as irregular clusters
24 June 2003 Moderate-intense silica replaced andesite, minor clay
24 June 2003 Dark green Clay-Chl-py altered andesite, dissm cpy 2%, minor malachite stain
24 June 2003 Light grey vuggy intense silicified rock, py < 1%, chalcedonic qz, minor enargite specks
24 June 2003 Gray opaline to chalcedonic silica breccia, wekly vuggy, py 3%, trace enargite specks
24 June 2003 Grey intense silicified rock, weak vuggy, py 5 %
24 June 2003 Grey intense silicified andesite, weak vuggy, py 5%
24 June 2003 Grey very intense silicified andesite, py 8-10 vol %
24 June 2003 Quartz-barite breccia, moderate vuggy, minor colloform banding, py < 1%
30 June 2003 dk gry qz-sulp bxa replacement, mod vuggy py 10%
30 June 2003 lt gry qz-py-bxa replacement py 2%, massive non-vuggy
30 June 2003 dk gry qz-sulp bxa, massive replacement, py 2% enar-bor in matrix
30 June 2003 gry qz-py bxa, wk vuggy, chalcedonic, enargite specks, minor malachite
30 June 2003 vuggy quartz-pyrite, py dissm 5-8%
30 June 2003 lt gry cl-qz intense altered rk, nil py, patchy bxa texture
30 June 2003 lt gry qz-py + barite altered rk, mod vuggy, py 5%
30 June 2003 lt gry intense qz-cl-py altered rk, wk vuggy, massive fine-grnd quartz
30 June 2003 dk gry sulphidic silica-replaced, mod vuggy, py 20-30% dissmd
30 June 2003 gry intense silicified qz-ba-py rk, wk vuggy, py 10%, minor cl and colloform banding
04 July 2003 moderate-intense silica-pyrite replacement vein, grey-light grey colour, py 3%
04 July 2003 massive silica-pyrite replacement vein, mottled grey, 10% py, cpy-enar minor malachite
04 July 2003 silica-pyrite relacement vein, ribbon sulphidic bands with luz-enar, patchy bxa, late qz vnlts, py 10-15%
04 July 2003 intense silica-pyrite replacement vein, grey colour, py <5%, trace enar specks, late qz vnlts
04 July 2003 intense silica-pyrite altered andesite, mottled grey, wk vuggy, py 3%
04 July 2003 intense silicified andesite with silica-py replacement veins, patchy bxd, enar-luz specks, py 2%
04 July 2003 Grey-dark grey green fine-grained diorite?, chl-py altered, cpy-bor dissm and fract fill
04 July 2003 Grey-dark grey green fine-grained diorite?, chl-py altered, cpy-bor dissm and fract fill
DISPATCH DATE DESCRIPTION
04 July 2003 quartz-sericite-pyrite (QSP) intense altered, light grey-white colour, mod-strong vuggy
04 July 2003 Quartz-pyrite-clay (QPC) intense altered, grey colour, patchy limonitic, py 1-5%
04 July 2003 Clay-pyrite (CP) altered andesite, massive grey colour, py 5%
04 July 2003 Silica-pyrite altered rock, intense, py 10% with sulphidic bands, mod vuggy
04 July 2003 silica-pyrite replaced andesite, dark grey, py 5%, wk vuggy
05 July 2003 strong sulphidic vuggy gray quartz w/ vnlts of white qz and barite fill
10 July 2003 q-alunite- sulfide rplmt matl w/ lenses/ vnlts of white xtaliine q± bar
29 Feb 2004 Slightly oxidized andesite cover, brecciated, patchy bleached due to weak clay alteration.
29 Feb 2004
29 Feb 2004
29 Feb 2004
29 Feb 2004 Silicified andesite with veins/veinlets of crustiform banded quartz- barite- pyrite vein breccia.
29 Feb 2004 Slightly oxidized andesite cover with minor quartz- clay veinlets.
10 July 2003 cly- sil- py altd rock w/ lenses of vuggy white qtz, rare py
10 July 2003 qtz- cly- py rplmt zone; py(1-5%) diss, qtz mtx rplmt, oxidized
15 July 2003 quartz-barite breccia
15 July 2003 quartz-barite breccia
15 July 2003 quartz-barite breccia
15 July 2003 quartz-barite breccia (Adit 1)
15 July 2003 sulphidic gray quartz-pyrite vein halo (Adit 1)
Appendix 1B

Float Samples Ledger


FLOAT SAMPLES L
SAMPLE EAST NORTH GOLD, g/t SILVER, g/t COPPER, % LOCATION SAMPLESPATCH N DISPATCH DATE
57702 311122 1510040 1 218 3 Camo 2 NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57703 311059 1510940 0 1792 9 Far Northeast NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57705 310238 1512108 0 5 0 Nagtoctoc Creek NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57706 310385 1511837 0 0 0 Nagtoctoc NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57707 310521 1511742 0 22 0 Nagtoctoc NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57708 310313 1509443 22 1 0 SWB Dita NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57709 310317 1509442 0 2 0 SWB trail near Dita Ck NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57710 310320 1509446 0 26 0 SWB Dita NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57711 310406 1509486 0 22 0 SWB Dita NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57712 310620 1509653 0 5 0 Acacia trail NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57713 309568 1510012 0 6 0 Bukal NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57714 309980 1510122 0 1 0 Bukal NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57715 310054 1510220 0 0 0 Bukal NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57717 310494 1510467 0 672 22 Sampson vein - mine dump NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57718 310617 1510508 3 114 2 Sampson vein - Adit 3 oc NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57720 310501 1510463 3 30 3 Sampson vein - mine dump NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57721 310477 1510450 0 146 1 Sampson vein - mine dump NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57722 310398 1510439 0 790 5 Sampson West Drift wastedump NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57723 310502 1511431 0 11 0 Balisong vein NR 2002-01 July 2 2002
57631 311182 1510217 0 0 0 Binong NR 2003-01 January 24 2003
57632 311017 1510995 0 0 0 FNE NR 2003-01 January 24 2003
57633 310236 1509406 9 0 1 SWB NR 2003-01 January 24 2003
57634 310220 1509423 2 0 0 SWB NR 2003-01 January 24 2003
57626 311219 1510093 0 2 0 Binong NR 2003-02 February 3 2003
57627 311236 1510093 0 3 0 Binong NR 2003-02 February 3 2003
57637 311293 1510207 0 11 0 Binong NR 2003-02 February 3 2003
57638 311374 1510119 0 5 0 Binong NR 2003-02 February 3 2003
57651 310319 1509439 0 2 0 SWB NR 2003-02 February 3 2003
57652 310321 1509439 0 2 0 SWB NR 2003-02 February 3 2003
57653 310359 1509454 8 2 0 SWB NR 2003-02 February 3 2003
57655 310366 1509459 0 13 0 SWB NR 2003-02 February 3 2003
57658 311122 1510085 0 171 1 Camo NR 2003-02 February 3 2003
57668 310769 1509683 0 11 0 Acacia NR 2003-03 February 19 2003
57669 310781 1509686 0 7 0 Acacia NR 2003-03 February 19 2003
57671 310803 1509696 0 12 0 Acacia NR 2003-03 February 19 2003
57679 310147 1509382 3 68 0 SWB NR 2003-04 March 07 2003
57680 310095 1509356 0 4 0 SWB NR 2003-04 March 07 2003
SAMPLE EAST NORTH GOLD, g/t SILVER, g/t COPPER, % LOCATION SAMPLESPATCH N DISPATCH DATE
57681 309961 1508501 0 1 0 Bahayan FS 2003-04 March 07 2003
57683 310677 1509674 0 38 0 Acacia NR 2003-05 March 14 2003
57684 310625 1509521 0 12 0 Acacia BLO 2003-06 March 26 2003
57685 310057 1509353 0 4 0 SW Extension BLO 2003-06 March 26 2003
57687 310748 1509465 0 3 0 Acacia BLO 2003-06 March 26 2003
57696 310878 1509746 0 0 0 East Ridge NR 2003-08 April 09 2003
57697 310992 1509816 0 19 0 East Ridge NR 2003-08 April 09 2003
57698 310898 1509756 0 80 0 East Ridge NR 2003-08 April 09 2003
57699 310952 1509794 0 0 0 East Ridge NR 2003-08 April 09 2003
57700 310231 1509376 0 0 0 SWB BLO 2003-08 April 09 2003
57278 310725 1509716 0 30 0 J-Hill NR 2003-12 May 05 2003
57279 310738 1509720 0 9 0 J-Hill NR 2003-12 May 05 2003
57280 310747 1509713 0 25 0 J-Hill NR 2003-12 May 05 2003
57281 310760 1509721 0 16 0 J-Hill NR 2003-12 May 05 2003
57288 309829 1509134 0 3 0 SW Extension BLO 2003-14 May 10 2003
57289 309793 1509083 0 0 0 SW Extension BLO 2003-14 May 10 2003
57290 310937 1510916 0 6 0 FNE BLO 2003-14 May 10 2003
57291 310874 1510876 0 0 0 FNE BLO 2003-14 May 10 2003
57292 311146 1510131 1 99 4 Camo BLO 2003-14 May 10 2003
57257 310283 1510879 0 20 0 Calumpang NR 2003-20 June 09 2003
7206 309507 1510803 0 1 0 Pica NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7207 309272 1510856 0 1 0 Pica NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7208 309236 1510830 0 3 0 Pica NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7209 309203 1510857 0 3 0 Pica NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7211 309121 1510504 0 2 0 Pica NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7212 309091 1510471 0 11 0 Pica NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7213 309153 1510416 0 1 0 Pica NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7215 309734 1510774 0 5 0 Pica NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7216 309822 1510749 0 2 0 Pica NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7217 310053 1510151 0 5 0 Bukal NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7218 309644 1510735 0 1 0 Bukal NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7219 309980 1510565 0 1 0 Bukal NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7220 309789 1510527 0 2 0 Bukal NR / P 2003-25 30 June 2003
7249 305272 1514296 0 1 0 Biga-a NR 2003-26 04 July 2003
7250 305310 1514285 0 1 0 Biga-a NR 2003-26 04 July 2003
7222 305398 1514312 0 3 0 Biga-a NR 2003-26 04 July 2003
7223 305856 1514837 0 1 0 Biga-a NR 2003-26 04 July 2003
7224 310500 1509539 0 7 0 Dita-Acacia BLO 2003-26 04 July 2003
7225 310564 1509516 0 12 0 Dita-Acacia BLO 2003-26 04 July 2003
SAMPLE EAST NORTH GOLD, g/t SILVER, g/t COPPER, % LOCATION SAMPLESPATCH N DISPATCH DATE
58801 310191 1511034 0 0 0 Pica NR / P 2003-26 04 July 2003
58803 309792 1511011 0 1 0 Pica NR / P 2003-26 04 July 2003
58804 309594 1511096 0 40 0 Pica NR / P 2003-26 04 July 2003
58805 309572 1511027 0 3 0 Pica NR / P 2003-26 04 July 2003
58806 310053 1511020 0 6 0 Pica NR / P 2003-26 04 July 2003
58807 310543 1509631 0 0 0 SWB BLO 2003-27 05 July 2003
58808 310649 1509560 1 0 0 SWB BLO 2003-27 05 July 2003
58810 309010 1510230 0 0 0 Camp Zone EA 2003-28 10 July 2003
58830 310661 1510575 0.005 14.0 0.022 Sampsom FTL 03-381 07 July 2003
57297 310764 1510631 0.005 6.0 0.002 Sampsom FTL 03-381 23 July 2003
58826 310566 1510535 0.055 3.70 0.004 Sampsom FTL 03-381 07 July 2003
LEDGER
DESCRIPTION
Qz-ba-sulph vein, crustiform-colloform banded, mod mal-azu
Qz-ba-sulph vein, crustiform-colloform banded, mod mal-azu
Qz?clay-py breccia, minor qz veined
"sheeted" qz veinlets in wk-mod silicified pyroclastics, late x-cutting breccia veinlet
massive chalcedonic qz, silica-replaced pyroclastics, 10% dissm py, wk vuggy
grey chalcedonic quartz, vuggy intense silica-altered breccia
d grey-grey banded qz-sulp vein, dissm py 10 %
grey qz-py vein/ replacement?, dissm py 5 %
d grey qz-py replacement vein, dissm py 10 %
colloform banded grey qz-sulp (py,cpy,eng) vein
qz-clay?sulp vein bxa, py < 5 %, minor barite, qz-sulp collorm banded
massive silicified rock, microcrystalline-sugary qz, minor vuggy, dissm py 3 %, py veinlets
vuggy qz-py, dissm py 15 %, intense vuggy, drusy med-grained qz
massive copper?iron sulphide (enargite, luzonite, chalcopyrite, bornite,covellite) vein breccia
crustiform-colloform banded qz-ba-sulp vein, trace copper oxide
vuggy qz-bar-sulp, grey to dark grey, py < 50%
qz-bar-sul breccia, py < 30%
crustiform-colloform banded qz-ba-sulp vein, trace copper oxide
qz?bar breccia, crustiform cockade texture, minor enargite
dark grey intense silica-pyrite altered rock, mod vuggy, minor fine dissm sulph; very fine-gr silica
altered andesite; wk malachite-stained, minor dissm bor-cpy, dissm py 5 vol %, mod chl-cl-qz altered
hydrothermal "jigsaw" breccia, mod qz-py+/-cl alt, bor-cpy fract fill, wk vuggy 10 % dissm py, mal stained
dark grey silicified hydrothermal breccia, mod vuggy, late qz vnlt, 30 vol % dissm py
jasper subcrop, hematitic red hackly fractured, fine-gr silica cut irreg vug qz vnlts
reddish fine-gr intense vuggy silicified/jasper breccia, cockade texture
mottled grey-dk grey pyritic silicified breccia
light grey cl-py-qz altered andesite
hydrothermal breccia, weathered, mod cl-py-qz altered, argillized matrix
vuggy qz+/- py chalcedonic breccia, intense vug, drusy qz, locally reddish jasper
hydrothermal breccia, sheared texture, light grey, dissm py 10 vol%, minor enr-bor
hydrothermal breccia, dissm py 5 vol%, minor enr-bor, late qz veins
grey intense silicified rock, wk vuggy, dissm cpy-gal, chalcedonic to fine-gr crystalline qz
mottled light grey ba-qz-sulp altered andesite breccia, replacement text, minor eng-bor infill, trace mal stain
motlled qz-ba-sulp breccia, mod vuggy, eng-bor infill, trace mal-azu stain, relict andesite text
qz-sulp +/- ba vein material, mod-wk vuggy, infill cpy-bor +/- eng, with silicified andesitic wallrock
light grey intense siliceous sulphidic hydrothermal breccia
dark grey intense quartz-pyrite, moderately vuggy hydrothermal breccia
DESCRIPTION
dark grey-black manganese-quartz-sulphide breccia
dark grey intense quartz-pyrite-clay, weak vuggy
massive quartz + enargite replacement w/ barite open-space fill, minor Fe oxide in fracts
hydrofractured breccia w/ dk grey matrix, qz-sulp +/- eng, bar as open-space fill
cryptoxtalline silica cap residual boulder w/ fine xtalline dissm py
Intense qz +/- cl+/-py altered tuff, irregular opaque veinlets, minor dissm opaques
pyritic intense silica-replaced rock (tuff?), fine-gr py 20%
"silica cap" breccia, light coloured wkly vuggy, patchy qz-cl, py 2%, trace malachite stain
light pinkish brwn mod-int qz-chl-py-cl alt andesite?, wk vuggy, wk magtc, lim stained
intense silica-replaced rk, ba in vugs, py 10%, Cu sulph infill and microvnlts
grey intense silicified rock, mod vuggy, dissm py 5%, cpy 1%, late x-cutting qz vnlts
Lt grey intense silicified, wkly vuggy fragmental rock (tuff?), py 5%, cpy 1% dissm and in vugs
grey intense silicified rock, wk vuggy, py 1%, trace cpy in vugs
Grey vuggy patchy bxd intense silicified rk, py 3% dissm, 1% cpy
Qtz replaced limestone, hematitic, vugs lined/grown- on by xtalline quartz
Jasperiod/ hematitic, rockmass replaced by quartz, qtz as vnlts, cavity fills
Qtz- bar? sulphide replacement bxa from bxa boulders/subcrop?;
Polymictic bxa; sulphidic clasts set in qtz matrix, hematitic
Banded qtz- bar- enargite- sulphide vein
Silicified Bxa, py 10%, gray color
lt gry qz-cl bxa, kaol-alun in matrix, angular silicified clasts, nil py
qz-bar-cl intense altered rk, wk vuggy, nil py
grey vuggy silica, disseminated py 10%
grey vuggy quartz-barite rk, py 5%
lt gry cl-qz intense altered rk, nil py, patchy bxa texture
lt gry qz-py + barite altered rk, mod vuggy, py 5%
lt gry intense qz-cl-py altered rk, wk vuggy, massive fine-grnd quartz
dk gry-blk qz-sulphide vein, py 5%, minor malachite stain
lt gry qz-bar bxa, mod vuggy, py <1%, colloform banded
lt gry intense silicified rk, wk vuggy, py 10%
dk gry qz-py-cl, mod-intense altered andesite,py 10%
lt gry silicified andesite, wk vuggy, dissm py 15%
mottled gry, intense silicified rk, chalcedonic qz, mod vuggy
Quartz-pyrite-clay altered diorite?, coarse-grnd py 10-20%
Grey mag-qz-cpy-bor veined/ fract fill microdiorite ?
Grey mag-qz-cpy-bor stkwk veined microdiorite?, trace mal stain
dark grey intense silicified pyritic (fine-grained, 20-30% py), hackly fractured
Quartz-barite breccia
Sulphidic quartz-barite replacement, trace cpy
DESCRIPTION
intense silicified rock, dark grey, py 2%, wk vuggy
Grey quartz-barite-pyrite, strong vuggy, patchy bxa texture
Crustiform-colloform banded quartz-barite-sulphide, grey-white colour
Vuggy silicified rock, grey colour, chalcedonic qz, py nil
intense silicified rock, dark grey colour, wk vuggy, py 2%
silica replaced rock, huge boulder
vuggy milky white to gray sulphidic gray quartz with bands of sulphides (enar-bor?)
q-bar-py alt'd rock, vuggy, lt gry w/ 5-10% py
q-bar-py alt'd rock, vuggy
q-bar-py breccia rock
q-bar-py alt'd rock, vuggy, minimal py, gray quartz
APPENDIX 2

LOBO GROUND MAGNETIC DATA

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Date: Sat, 17 Jan 2004 16:07:56 -0700
From: Phil Robertshaw <phil@explorationGIS.com>
Subject: RE: Lobo mag data
To: 'Tony Climie' <tony@mindoro.com>
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Tony:

Here are the results of what I have accomplished to date. The stacked profiles of ground mag and
topography are contained in 2 figures. I have also contoured the corrected mag dataand elevation
values. I am including a model section (line 10000 N) which contains a very prominent (1000 nT)
mag low.

Magnetic intrusives should show up as mag lows (except near the


ends). The best looking candidate is the mag low trend between lines 9800 N and 10200 N at
around 9500 E. This body could be about 600 m x 150 m in size, and it would seem to be overlain
in part by limestone and Quaternary agglomerate. The depth seems to be less than 100 m (typically
60 m to 70 m) in the models, and it may plunge towards the NE. The models indicate magnetite
content in the range of 3% +, which should be noticeable.

There are 19 zones (a listing is attached) where the irregular mag


profiles could be caused by magnetite-rich alteration. Some may be caused by fresh volcanics for
example the 3 features on line 11400 N. The alteration zonesin the south half of the grid,
particularly those flanking the intrusive, could be more prospective.

Hope this helps

Phil

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GROUND MAG DATA
EAST NORTH EAST_G NORTH_G ELEV MAG1 MAGFin
309795.1508 1509752.3040 9462.5 9800 163.4 41502 41574
309601.5687 1510028.7680 9125 9800 73.3 41239 41267
310087.2471 1509683.9890 9687.5 10000 208.3 41298.76 41290.11
310431.0757 1509541.4170 10000 10200 142 40944.42 40953.2
310158.6269 1509930.5140 9525 10200 178.6 40933.34 40952.25
309936.3660 1510247.9360 9137.5 10200 151.9 41839.77 41859.59
310580.3844 1509676.4840 9987.5 10400 180.4 41577.71 41584.81
310143.0324 1510301.0870 9262.5 10400 155.7 40961.68 40969.15
310779.9710 1509739.9370 10037.5 10600 233.5 40926.36 40958.44
310335.4492 1510374.7800 9262.5 10600 156.4 41165.67 41215.91
310707.3417 1510192.2850 9625 10800 195.3 41614.89 41661.58
310528.0991 1510448.2700 9312.5 10800 207.4 41619.87 41682.31
310449.2323 1510560.9030 9175 10800 213.8 41087.59 41151.04
310870.9088 1510307.1820 9625 11000 213.9 41171.39 41213.06
310770.5330 1510450.5340 9450 11000 282.2 40542.11 40611.46
311134.9742 1510278.8410 9800 11200 220.7 39980.32 39993.21
311234.6179 1510485.5550 9687.5 11400 321 41043.26 41075.07
311055.3753 1510741.5400 9375 11400 358 41609.5 41634.29
310954.9994 1510884.8920 9200 11400 277.8 41398.98 41427.32
UTM LOCAL McPhar MAG survey
COORDINATES GRID COORDINATES reading
MAG reading
EAST NORTH EAST NORTH ELEV MAG reading corrected
309939.5 1509197 10000.0 9600 179.1 40308 40362
309932.4 1509207 9987.5 9600 179.1 40331 40386
309925.2 1509218 9975.0 9600 179.1 40360 40416
309918 1509228 9962.5 9600 171.1 40389 40444
309910.9 1509238 9950.0 9600 173.9 40396 40454
309903.7 1509248 9937.5 9600 176.7 40406 40464
309896.5 1509259 9925.0 9600 176.0 40399 40457
309889.4 1509269 9912.5 9600 175.4 40379 40438
309882.2 1509279 9900.0 9600 173.0 40393 40452
309875 1509289 9887.5 9600 156.6 40413 40470
309867.8 1509300 9875.0 9600 151.4 40379 40437
309860.7 1509310 9862.5 9600 146.2 40446 40503
309853.5 1509320 9850.0 9600 137.5 40495 40553
309846.3 1509330 9837.5 9600 125.1 40537 40594
309839.2 1509341 9825.0 9600 122.1 40470 40527
309832 1509351 9812.5 9600 103.9 40181 40240
309824.8 1509361 9800.0 9600 100.7 40659 40719
309817.7 1509371 9787.5 9600 97.5 40882 40940
309810.5 1509382 9775.0 9600 87.4 40732 40791
309803.3 1509392 9762.5 9600 77.2 40690 40749
309796.1 1509402 9750.0 9600 76.2 40691 40748
309789 1509412 9737.5 9600 75.2 40671 40729
309781.8 1509423 9725.0 9600 74.5 40656 40714
309774.6 1509433 9712.5 9600 77.6 40651 40710
309767.5 1509443 9700.0 9600 78.5 40623 40681
309760.3 1509453 9687.5 9600 79.3 40631 40690
309753.1 1509463 9675.0 9600 83.2 40585 40645
309746 1509474 9662.5 9600 90.1 40568 40627
309738.8 1509484 9650.0 9600 94.9 40563 40623
309731.6 1509494 9637.5 9600 99.6 40512 40571
309724.5 1509504 9625.0 9600 103.5 40380 40439
309717.3 1509515 9612.5 9600 104.3 40354 40412
309710.1 1509525 9600.0 9600 112.4 40343 40401
309702.9 1509535 9587.5 9600 117.4 40389 40447
309695.8 1509545 9575.0 9600 124.6 40433 40491
309688.6 1509556 9562.5 9600 136.0 40471 40529
309681.4 1509566 9550.0 9600 140.7 40515 40573
309674.3 1509576 9537.5 9600 150.8 40523 40580
309667.1 1509586 9525.0 9600 153.7 40527 40584
309659.9 1509597 9512.5 9600 154.2 40427 40484
309652.8 1509607 9500.0 9600 149.1 40385 40443
309645.6 1509617 9487.5 9600 133.0 40470 40529
309638.4 1509627 9475.0 9600 129.8 40508 40567
309631.2 1509638 9462.5 9600 120.5 40497 40556
309624.1 1509648 9450.0 9600 112.9 40546 40605
309616.9 1509658 9437.5 9600 105.2 40583 40641
309609.7 1509668 9425.0 9600 99.0 40587 40645
309602.6 1509678 9412.5 9600 92.0 40592 40649
309595.4 1509689 9400.0 9600 87.4 40577 40634
309588.2 1509699 9387.5 9600 94.3 40556 40613
309581.1 1509709 9375.0 9600 98.6 40546 40603
309573.9 1509719 9362.5 9600 110.9 40547 40603
309566.7 1509730 9350.0 9600 113.0 40521 40578
309559.5 1509740 9337.5 9600 112.5 40510 40567
309552.4 1509750 9325.0 9600 108.5 40514 40571
309545.2 1509760 9312.5 9600 101.2 40482 40539
309538 1509771 9300.0 9600 95.1 40472 40529
309530.9 1509781 9287.5 9600 83.2 40555 40613
309523.7 1509791 9275.0 9600 80.5 40555 40612
309516.5 1509801 9262.5 9600 75.5 40573 40630
309509.4 1509812 9250.0 9600 72.1 40598 40654
309502.2 1509822 9237.5 9600 68.6 40607 40662
309495 1509832 9225.0 9600 77.8 40582 40636
309487.9 1509842 9212.5 9600 81.5 40559 40613
309480.7 1509853 9200.0 9600 86.0 40567 40620
309473.5 1509863 9187.5 9600 90.4 40549 40603
309466.3 1509873 9175.0 9600 92.2 40520 40575
309459.2 1509883 9162.5 9600 95.0 40456 40510
309452 1509894 9150.0 9600 93.7 40460 40513
309444.8 1509904 9137.5 9600 88.7 40436 40489
309437.7 1509914 9125.0 9600 83.1 40615 40668
309430.5 1509924 9112.5 9600 77.5 40666 40721
309423.3 1509934 9100.0 9600 75.3 40767 40824
309416.2 1509945 9087.5 9600 71.7 40705 40761
309409 1509955 9075.0 9600 66.1 40745 40801
309401.8 1509965 9062.5 9600 61.7 40690 40747
309394.6 1509975 9050.0 9600 43.3 40719 40777
309387.5 1509986 9037.5 9600 24.9 40536 40595
310103.4 1509312 10000 9800 124.0 40464 40528
310096.3 1509322 9987.5 9800 117.5 40540 40603
310089.1 1509332 9975 9800 112.5 40633 40696
310081.9 1509343 9962.5 9800 111.6 40578 40640
310074.8 1509353 9950 9800 111.6 40624 40687
310067.6 1509363 9937.5 9800 108.3 40649 40712
310060.4 1509373 9925 9800 106.3 40685 40748
310053.3 1509384 9912.5 9800 106.1 40566 40629
310046.1 1509394 9900 9800 102.2 40600 40663
310038.9 1509404 9887.5 9800 98.4 40737 40800
310031.8 1509414 9875 9800 96.4 40755 40818
310024.6 1509425 9862.5 9800 102.0 40816 40879
310017.4 1509435 9850 9800 106.0 40796 40859
310010.2 1509445 9837.5 9800 111.7 40817 40880
310003.1 1509455 9825 9800 117.7 40742 40806
309995.9 1509466 9812.5 9800 121.4 40707 40770
309988.7 1509476 9800 9800 129.4 40712 40776
309981.6 1509486 9787.5 9800 125.4 40720 40784
309974.4 1509496 9775 9800 134.5 40701 40765
309967.2 1509507 9762.5 9800 139.0 40654 40718
309960.1 1509517 9750 9800 141.5 40651 40714
309952.9 1509527 9737.5 9800 147.5 40685 40748
309945.7 1509537 9725 9800 154.2 40718 40780
309938.5 1509548 9712.5 9800 161.0 40705 40767
309931.4 1509558 9700 9800 167.0 40754 40816
309924.2 1509568 9687.5 9800 173.9 40783 40846
309917 1509578 9675 9800 182.6 40762 40824
309909.9 1509588 9662.5 9800 191.3 40743 40802
309902.7 1509599 9650 9800 197.4 40720 40778
309895.5 1509609 9637.5 9800 204.6 40731 40788
309888.4 1509619 9625 9800 215.8 40747 40804
309881.2 1509629 9612.5 9800 230.0 40713 40770
309874 1509640 9600 9800 227.6 40658 40714
309866.8 1509650 9587.5 9800 227.6 40674 40730
309859.7 1509660 9575 9800 227.2 40666 40721
309852.5 1509670 9562.5 9800 224.6 40638 40694
309845.3 1509681 9550 9800 220.9 40648 40704
309838.2 1509691 9537.5 9800 215.1 40638 40699
309831 1509701 9525 9800 198.8 40777 40842
309823.8 1509711 9512.5 9800 197.1 40833 40898
309816.7 1509722 9500 9800 178.2 40949 41014
309809.5 1509732 9487.5 9800 172.2 41086 41152
309802.3 1509742 9475 9800 165.4 41350 41422
309795.2 1509752 9462.5 9800 163.4 41502 41574
309788 1509763 9450 9800 162.8 41109 41181
309780.8 1509773 9437.5 9800 169.5 41063 41136
309773.6 1509783 9425 9800 175.5 40129 40202
309766.5 1509793 9412.5 9800 176.8 40229 40255
309759.3 1509804 9400.0 9800 177.3 40091 40116
309752.1 1509814 9387.5 9800 183.0 40279 40305
309745 1509824 9375.0 9800 181.9 40310 40337
309737.8 1509834 9362.5 9800 179.3 40216 40244
309730.6 1509844 9350.0 9800 175.5 40378 40407
309723.5 1509855 9337.5 9800 173.4 39890 39920
309716.3 1509865 9325.0 9800 174.1 40006 40036
309709.1 1509875 9312.5 9800 170.3 39950 39981
309701.9 1509885 9300.0 9800 164.8 40024 40057
309694.8 1509896 9287.5 9800 159.1 40118 40151
309687.6 1509906 9275.0 9800 157.2 40163 40196
309680.4 1509916 9262.5 9800 152.7 40119 40151
309673.3 1509926 9250.0 9800 148.7 40339 40370
309666.1 1509937 9237.5 9800 141.8 40412 40443
309658.9 1509947 9225.0 9800 133.6 40569 40600
309651.8 1509957 9212.5 9800 126.5 40585 40615
309644.6 1509967 9200.0 9800 119.2 40502 40531
309637.4 1509978 9187.5 9800 114.0 40575 40603
309630.2 1509988 9175.0 9800 107.7 40470 40497
309623.1 1509998 9162.5 9800 99.9 40503 40530
309615.9 1510008 9150.0 9800 88.5 40779 40807
309608.7 1510019 9137.5 9800 80.2 41157 41184
309601.6 1510029 9125.0 9800 73.3 41239 41267
309594.4 1510039 9112.5 9800 72.3 41137 41164
309587.2 1510049 9100.0 9800 73.3 40981 41011
309580.1 1510059 9087.5 9800 74.2 40959 40990
309572.9 1510070 9075.0 9800 75.8 40866 40899
309565.7 1510080 9062.5 9800 77.3 40813 40847
309558.6 1510090 9050.0 9800 80.3 40765 40800
309551.4 1510100 9037.5 9800 84.3 40746 40782
309544.2 1510111 9025.0 9800 89.4 40749 40787
309537 1510121 9012.5 9800 93.5 40745 40784
309529.9 1510131 9000.0 9800 97.5 40738 40778
309522.7 1510141 8987.5 9800 99.4 40723 40763
309515.5 1510152 8975.0 9800 99.4 40730 40772
309508.4 1510162 8962.5 9800 100.0 40761 40803
309501.2 1510172 8950.0 9800 99.4 40822 40865
309494 1510182 8937.5 9800 100.9 40871 40915
309486.9 1510193 8925.0 9800 109.5 40808 40853
309479.7 1510203 8912.5 9800 111.1 40772 40817
309472.5 1510213 8900.0 9800 119.1 40753 40798
309465.3 1510223 8887.5 9800 127.0 40742 40788
309458.2 1510234 8875.0 9800 131.5 40738 40784
309451 1510244 8862.5 9800 138.8 40755 40798
309443.8 1510254 8850.0 9800 147.8 40771 40812
309436.7 1510264 8837.5 9800 156.8 40775 40815
309429.5 1510275 8825.0 9800 168.6 40759 40797
309422.3 1510285 8812.5 9800 174.9 40755 40791
309415.2 1510295 8800.0 9800 187.2 40744 40778
309408 1510305 8787.5 9800 200.8 40734 40765
309400.8 1510315 8775.0 9800 205.6 40709 40741
309393.6 1510326 8762.5 9800 211.2 40693 40724
309386.5 1510336 8750.0 9800 214.6 40677 40708
309379.3 1510346 8737.5 9800 218.0 40667 40701
309372.1 1510356 8725.0 9800 219.1 40638 40672
309365 1510367 8712.5 9800 228.4 40631 40663
309357.8 1510377 8700.0 9800 228.9 40627 40657
310267.4 1509427 10000 10000 137.1 40665.28 40668.39
310260.2 1509437 9987.5 10000 133.3 40516.07 40519.67
310253 1509447 9975 10000 129.3 40497.69 40501.66
310245.8 1509457 9962.5 10000 125.3 40779.83 40784.42
310238.7 1509468 9950 10000 121.3 40559.35 40564.54
310231.5 1509478 9937.5 10000 117.3 40593.59 40597.74
310224.3 1509488 9925 10000 115.9 40713.04 40716.68
310217.2 1509498 9912.5 10000 115.9 40827.37 40830.66
310202.8 1509519 9900 10000 115.9 40744.34 40746.45
310195.7 1509529 9887.5 10000 132.5 40788.28 40827.52
310188.5 1509539 9875 10000 134.5 40668.05 40703.11
310181.3 1509550 9862.5 10000 137.6 40693.61 40728.7
310174.1 1509560 9850 10000 142.6 40679.49 40715.16
310167 1509570 9837.5 10000 147.7 40750.78 40786.39
310159.8 1509580 9825 10000 151.8 40627.55 40663.61
310152.6 1509591 9812.5 10000 155.3 40760.67 40796.6
310145.5 1509601 9800 10000 158.1 40771.56 40807.6
310138.3 1509611 9787.5 10000 160.7 40760.72 40796.32
310131.1 1509621 9775 10000 166.9 40734.02 40769.81
310124 1509632 9762.5 10000 173.0 40742.59 40778.86
310116.8 1509642 9750 10000 178.0 40909.13 40945.72
310109.6 1509652 9737.5 10000 183.0 40867.17 40903.69
310102.4 1509662 9725 10000 189.7 40637.52 40673.41
310095.3 1509673 9712 10000 196.3 40904.36 40940.25
310088.1 1509683 9700 10000 203.0 41124.37 41117.44
310087.2 1509684 9687.5 10000 208.3 41298.76 41290.11
310080.1 1509694 9675 10000 217.5 41046.56 41037.28
310072.9 1509704 9662.5 10000 224.5 40988.57 40979.1
310065.7 1509715 9650 10000 233.8 40913.02 40904.98
310058.6 1509725 9637.5 10000 240.9 40859.79 40853.74
310051.4 1509735 9625 10000 245.4 40796.53 40792.27
310044.2 1509745 9612.5 10000 247.8 40792.2 40789.15
310037.1 1509756 9600 10000 251.4 40731.86 40729.5
310029.9 1509766 9587.5 10000 261.3 40525.35 40521.63
310022.7 1509776 9575 10000 264.9 40399.17 40394.91
310015.6 1509786 9562.5 10000 263.1 40329.8 40325.19
310008.4 1509797 9550 10000 261.7 40196.16 40191.08
310001.2 1509807 9537.5 10000 255.6 40087.94 40082.11
309994 1509817 9525 10000 249.2 40056.38 40050.25
309986.9 1509827 9512.5 10000 237.7 39957.34 39948.73
309979.7 1509838 9500 10000 231.4 39890.72 39880.52
309972.5 1509848 9487.5 10000 225.6 39923.16 39910.94
309965.4 1509858 9475 10000 220.0 40013.45 39999.92
309958.2 1509868 9462.5 10000 216.5 40149.65 40135.76
309951 1509879 9450 10000 214.2 40142.17 40128.65
309943.9 1509889 9437.5 10000 211.1 40147.65 40133.83
309936.7 1509899 9425 10000 200.2 40229.32 40216.01
309929.5 1509909 9412.5 10000 192.5 40275.49 40263.17
309922.3 1509919 9400 10000 186.5 40382.6 40370.56
309915.2 1509930 9387.5 10000 179.6 40467.88 40455.03
309908 1509940 9375 10000 170.9 40587.92 40575.8
309900.8 1509950 9362.5 10000 163.3 40522.46 40512.78
309893.7 1509960 9350 10000 154.7 40640.78 40632.45
309886.5 1509971 9337.5 10000 143.6 40584.27 40578.08
309879.3 1509981 9325 10000 127.6 40767.85 40762.15
309872.2 1509991 9312.5 10000 119.9 40915.18 40908.73
309865 1510001 9300 10000 111.1 40706.3 40700.55
309857.8 1510012 9287.5 10000 115.5 40754.38 40746.58
309850.6 1510022 9275 10000 110.2 40985.55 40977.66
309843.5 1510032 9262.5 10000 103.4 41061.01 41053.28
309836.3 1510042 9250 10000 95.7 41016.15 41008.31
309829.1 1510053 9237.5 10000 88.7 40974.97 40967.29
309822 1510063 9225 10000 82.4 41020.49 41011.88
309814.8 1510073 9212.5 10000 76.0 40998.09 40989.3
309807.6 1510083 9200 10000 78.8 41017.26 41008.68
309800.5 1510094 9187.5 10000 77.6 40994.77 40986.01
309793.3 1510104 9175 10000 76.7 40874.06 40864.92
309786.1 1510114 9162.5 10000 74.7 40692.69 40684.66
309778.9 1510124 9150 10000 72.7 40856.12 40847.77
309771.8 1510135 9137.5 10000 70.7 41157.82 41146.09
309764.6 1510145 9125 10000 67.3 41250.06 41235.29
309757.4 1510155 9112.5 10000 68.4 41240.31 41221.88
309750.3 1510165 9100 10000 70.9 41194.67 41173.81
309743.1 1510175 9087.5 10000 74.4 41136.4 41112.08
309735.9 1510186 9075 10000 76.3 41125.6 41100
309728.8 1510196 9062.5 10000 79.7 41078.93 41054.98
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310869.7 1510658 9337.5 11200 287.0 41396.87 41434.41
310862.5 1510668 9325 11200 287.0 41130.05 41167.02
310855.4 1510678 9312.5 11200 282.7 40884.96 40922.03
310848.2 1510688 9300 11200 278.4 40879.89 40915.83
310841 1510699 9287.5 11200 274.2 40781.68 40817.77
310833.8 1510709 9275 11200 266.2 40783.78 40819.91
310826.7 1510719 9262.5 11200 258.3 40810.73 40847.49
310819.5 1510729 9250 11200 252.8 40786.75 40824.31
310812.3 1510740 9237.5 11200 252.8 40734.25 40771.73
310805.2 1510750 9225 11200 252.8 40755.85 40792.58
310798 1510760 9212.5 11200 252.8 40730.19 40766.66
310790.8 1510770 9200 11200 252.8 40782.38 40818.19
310783.7 1510781 9187.5 11200 252.8 40699.72 40736.09
310776.5 1510791 9175 11200 249.0 40705.47 40743.41
310769.3 1510801 9162.5 11200 245.2 41145.02 41185.17
310762.1 1510811 9150 11200 241.5 40530.85 40570.77
310755 1510822 9137.5 11200 237.7 40714.62 40754.79
310747.8 1510832 9125 11200 233.9 40792.65 40833.11
310740.6 1510842 9112.5 11200 230.2 40572.47 40612.76
310733.5 1510852 9100 11200 226.4 40696.74 40737.17
310726.3 1510862 9087.5 11200 222.7 40712 40752.67
310719.1 1510873 9075 11200 218.9 40723.79 40764.74
310712 1510883 9062.5 11200 215.1 40725.04 40765.63
310704.8 1510893 9050 11200 211.4 40704.7 40745.13
310697.6 1510903 9037.5 11200 207.6 40726.48 40766.71
310690.5 1510914 9025 11200 203.8 40770.53 40810.35
310683.3 1510924 9012.5 11200 200.1 40851.94 40891.42
310676.1 1510934 9000 11200 196.3 40924.82 40964.51
310668.9 1510944 8987.5 11200 192.5 41024.2 41063.4
310661.8 1510955 8975 11200 188.8 41186.43 41225.25
310654.6 1510965 8962.5 11200 185.0 41144.55 41182.45
310647.4 1510975 8950 11200 181.3 41202.95 41240.09
310640.3 1510985 8937.5 11200 177.5 41307.4 41344.73
310633.1 1510996 8925 11200 173.7 41475.63 41512.69
311413.9 1510230 10000.0 11400 229.1 40591.26 40624.45
311406.7 1510240 9987.5 11400 224.2 40613.56 40650.26
311399.5 1510250 9975.0 11400 219.7 40626.38 40662.68
311392.4 1510260 9962.5 11400 215.7 40574.25 40609.46
311385.2 1510271 9950.0 11400 212.6 40792.46 40826.68
311378 1510281 9937.5 11400 214.3 40807.1 40840.73
311370.8 1510291 9925.0 11400 216.8 40743.74 40776.26
311363.7 1510301 9912.5 11400 220.8 40585.21 40618.49
311356.5 1510311 9900.0 11400 222.6 40488.35 40522.28
311349.3 1510322 9887.5 11400 222.6 40403.91 40437.01
311342.2 1510332 9875.0 11400 222.6 40335.7 40368.29
311335 1510342 9862.5 11400 223.6 40288.09 40320.87
311327.8 1510352 9850.0 11400 225.2 40235.81 40269.07
311320.7 1510363 9837.5 11400 235.5 40166.27 40199.29
311313.5 1510373 9825.0 11400 238.8 40080.99 40114.97
311306.3 1510383 9812.5 11400 242.1 39830.81 39863.89
311299.1 1510393 9800.0 11400 254.0 39862.54 39895.12
311292 1510404 9787.5 11400 265.8 40185.49 40217.85
311284.8 1510414 9775.0 11400 270.4 39973.05 40004
311277.6 1510424 9762.5 11400 292.1 39765.12 39795.21
311270.5 1510434 9750.0 11400 294.2 40354.74 40383.32
311263.3 1510445 9737.5 11400 296.3 40958.37 40985.78
311256.1 1510455 9725.0 11400 296.3 41360.98 41387.87
311249 1510465 9712.5 11400 302.5 41539.34 41567.79
311241.8 1510475 9700.0 11400 308.5 41766.65 41797.3
311234.6 1510486 9687.5 11400 321.0 41043.26 41075.07
311227.4 1510496 9675.0 11400 328.8 41229.02 41261.14
311220.3 1510506 9662.5 11400 340.1 41086.97 41120.3
311213.1 1510516 9650.0 11400 340.8 40664.39 40699.44
311205.9 1510527 9637.5 11400 342.7 40532.86 40568.32
311198.8 1510537 9625.0 11400 346.5 40663.5 40697.22
311191.6 1510547 9612.5 11400 352.4 40650.32 40679.09
311184.4 1510557 9600.0 11400 353.6 40649.64 40676.09
311177.3 1510567 9587.5 11400 358.4 40629.93 40661.18
311170.1 1510578 9575.0 11400 362.3 40609.97 40642.72
311162.9 1510588 9562.5 11400 363.7 40570.97 40594.86
311155.8 1510598 9550 11400 363.7 40595.2 40619.68
311148.6 1510608 9537.5 11400 363.7 40337.56 40362.85
311141.4 1510619 9525 11400 363.7 40535.1 40560.74
311134.2 1510629 9512.5 11400 364.0 40547.76 40574.23
311127.1 1510639 9500 11400 366.0 40378.48 40404.11
311119.9 1510649 9487.5 11400 368.0 40333.98 40360.44
311112.7 1510660 9475 11400 370.0 40392.2 40418.58
311105.6 1510670 9462.5 11400 368.0 40369.51 40396.54
311098.4 1510680 9450 11400 366.0 40317.13 40344.28
311091.2 1510690 9437.5 11400 364.0 40124.91 40152.55
311084.1 1510701 9425 11400 362.0 40424.11 40451.8
311076.9 1510711 9412.5 11400 363.7 41600.74 41628.79
311069.7 1510721 9400 11400 363.7 42555.71 42582.65
311062.5 1510731 9387.5 11400 363.7 41938.95 41964.37
311055.4 1510742 9375 11400 358.0 41609.5 41634.29
311048.2 1510752 9362.5 11400 352.3 41522.42 41547.28
311041 1510762 9350 11400 346.5 41047.62 41072.66
311033.9 1510772 9337.5 11400 340.8 41258.04 41283.44
311026.7 1510782 9325 11400 335.1 41012.17 41038.05
311019.5 1510793 9312.5 11400 329.4 40479.46 40505.47
311012.4 1510803 9300 11400 323.6 40382.21 40408.51
311005.2 1510813 9287.5 11400 317.9 40573.35 40599.15
310998 1510823 9275 11400 312.2 40704.4 40730.04
310990.8 1510834 9262.5 11400 306.5 40928.8 40954.71
310983.7 1510844 9250 11400 300.7 40900.79 40927.66
310976.5 1510854 9237.5 11400 295.0 40862.07 40889.38
310969.3 1510864 9225 11400 289.3 41004.07 41031.73
310962.2 1510875 9212.5 11400 283.5 41300.11 41328.35
310955 1510885 9200 11400 277.8 41398.98 41427.32
310947.8 1510895 9187.5 11400 272.1 41908.79 41936.93
310940.7 1510905 9175 11400 266.4 41612.83 41639.75
310933.5 1510916 9162.5 11400 260.6 41186.1 41212.1
310926.3 1510926 9150 11400 254.9 40903.22 40927.24
310919.2 1510936 9137.5 11400 249.2 40668.29 40692.26
310912 1510946 9125 11400 243.5 41298.4 41322.64
310904.8 1510957 9112.5 11400 237.7 40834.65 40857.97
310897.6 1510967 9100 11400 232.0 40737.89 40760.04
310890.5 1510977 9087.5 11400 226.3 40782.59 40804.01
310883.3 1510987 9075 11400 220.5 40948.51 40969.43
310876.1 1510998 9062.5 11400 214.8 41299.54 41319.23
310869 1511008 9050 11400 209.1 41481.96 41500.6
310861.8 1511018 9037.5 11400 203.4 41287.71 41305.96
310854.6 1511028 9025 11400 197.6 41322.76 41340.67
310847.5 1511038 9012.5 11400 191.9 41479.32 41496.96
310840.3 1511049 9000 11400 186.2 41385.81 41403.6
310094.4 1509561 9889 9917 189.0 40917.09 40914.96
310094.4 1509569 9881 9917 182.0 40828.02 40825.64
310094.4 1509576 9865 9922 177.0 41057.44 41056.08
310094.4 1509584 9857 9933 173.0 41185.52 41184.82
310094.4 1509591 9848 9937 166.0 41041.15 41040.49
310094.4 1509599 9840 9942 160.0 41013.02 41012.3
310094.4 1509606 9831 9946 158.0 40803.12 40802.32
310094.4 1509614 9821 9950 155.0 40637.99 40636.82
310094.4 1509621 9807.5 9958 151.0 40703.38 40702.1
310094.4 1509629 9792 9966 147.0 40835.03 40833.08
310094.4 1509636 9780 9972 142.0 40845.07 40841.49
310094.4 1509644 9768 9978 137.0 40792.54 40788.64
310094.4 1509651 9746 9987 134.0 40825.74 40820.61
310094.4 1509659 9724 9996 132.0 40707.49 40702.67
310094.4 1509666 9712 9998 130.0 40944.69 40939.58
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APPENDIX 3

DRILLHOLE SUMMARY LOGS

82
DDH no. LB 14
Coordinates(grid): 10,190N/10,100E
Elevation: 152 asl
Azimuth: 0
Inclination: Vertical
Total depth: 74.60m
DH date started: 14-Oct-03
DH date Completed: 24-Oct-03

SUMMARY LITHOLOGY LOG


0.00 9.50 COLLUVIAL COVER (7.60m)
Mixture of brownish - buff soil and fragments of quartz- pyrite and
quartz- clay altered patchy hematitic weathered andesite. Includes
1.90m clastic breccia from 7.60- 9.50m consisting of pebble to cobble
size clay- quartz replaced andesite and subordinate quartz- barite-
pyrite- clay altered clasts set in clastic plus broken silicified fragments.

9.50 11.55 QUARTZ- BARITE ± SULPHIDE BRECCIA (2.0m)


Light gray broken quartz- barite sulphide breccia, dominantly opaline
silica matrix, moderately vuggy with vugs grown on by crystalline
barite. Dark gray quartz- sulphide in amoebic infusion in the matrix and
as stringers with associated very fine pyrite crystals. Hematite along
micro- fractures and in vugs. Pyrite (1-2 %) dissemination.

11.55 27.80 ALTERED ANDESITE (16.25m)


Moderately weathered clay- chlorite± pyrite± magnetite altered medium
grained andesite. Soft and crumbly due to weathering and clay
replacement. Fragmentally brecciated at upper level with 3-5 cm quartz-
pyrite± barite fragments in two occasions at 12.0m and 12.25m depth.
Some clasts are hematitic so with the matrix. Rare <<1 volume % pyrite
in sporadic dissemination.

27.80 29.20 PYRITIC FAULT BRECCIA (1.40m)


Soft light bluish gray with included angular to subrounded fragments of
weathered propylitized andesite. Pyrite (±10 vol %) in very fine crystal
dissemination. Strongly hematitic from 27.80- 28.50m. Irregular
boundaries on both ends.

29.20 30.50 PROPYLTIZED ANDESITE (1.30m)


Light greenish gray, chlorite- calcite- pyrite- magnetite- clay altered.
Relatively denser core stringered by criscrossing hairline to mm size
calcite, bladed calcite in some open spaces/ fractures. Very fine, 5- 10
volume % pyrite disseminated in the rock mass. Magnetite replace
hornblend and as speck diss.

30.50 37.00 CLAY- PYRITE ALTERED ZONE (6.50m)


Soft sticky intense clay- pyrite replacement revealing shearing
(slickensided surface) in places. Strong pyrite 10-15 vol % in very fine
dissemination commonly prominent along slickenside surfaces. Minimal
clasts of weathered propylitized andesite along with locally occurring
white clay (kaoline) total clasts replacement. Partly hematitic in
localized portion.

37.00 42.50 HYDROBRECCIATED ALTERED ANDESITE (5.50m)


Light greenish gray. Propylitized with predominating chlorite- clay-
pyrite replacement in most clasts and within the matrix. Segregated
sections (37.40- 37.80m, 40.30- 40.50m and 41.00- 41.20m) show gray
to white quartz- barite ± sulphide (pyrite ± chalcopyrite) vein breccias
and stringers bordered by thin layer of sulphide (py) cutting almost
along TCA of the propylitized andesite host rock. Base metal
(sphalerite) stringers (±1mm size) noted at 40.00m depth. Pinching and
swelling is manifested by the veinlets.

42.50 47.40 QUARTZ- PYRITE± CHLORITE- CLAY BRECCIA (4.90M)


Medium gray to patchy greenish gray with clasts consisting of granule
to cobble size quartz- pyrite- chlorite- hematite altered andesite and
locally predominating quartz- barite± rare sulphides fragments at 42.50-
43.85m and 46.70- 47.40m. Hematite rimmed some clasts to
appreciably occur along micro- minute fractures and usually as
replacement to hornblende. Fine to coarse crystalline pyrite( 5- 10 vol
%) randomly disseminated in the matrix and clasts.

47.40 59.45 QUARTZ- BARITE ± SULPHIDE HYDROTHERMAL BRECCIA


(12.05m)
Light- medium gray to white, matrix supported breccia with opalline to
chalcedonic quartz plus associated fine barite matrix. Generally vuggy
with vugs grown on by tabular crystals of barite. Dark gray sulphides in
irregular concentrations in places. Unsilicified clasts/sections are wholly
altered to white clay (kaolin). In segregated sections, clay replacement
appears in wormy texture.

59.45 61.15 QUARTZ- PYRITE- CLAY ALTERED ANDESITE (1.70m)


Dark gray to medium gray, selectively pervasive silica- pyrite matrix
replacement, feldspar phenocrysts wholly altered to clay. Occasional
quartz- barite ± pyrite veins. Fine pyrite (10-20 vol %) matrix
dissemination. Minimal jarosite with patchy limonite near bottom. No
core recovery from 60.35- 61.15m only sludge collected.

61.15 61.55 PERVASIVE QUARTZ- PYRITE- MINOR BARITE


REPLACEMENT (0.40m)
Pervasive silica pyrite plus minor barite replacement with rare
chalcopyrite that coalesce with very fine pyrite bands; vuggy in few
parts with minimal crystalline barite grown-on. Original texture
obscured by the silica pyrite replacement.

61.55 65.20 QUARTZ- CLAY- PYRITE ALTERED ZONE (3.65m)

Brecciated quartz- clay- pyrite altered zone, chlorite and jarosite


prominent in parts, clay as matrix replacement. Pyritic (± 10 vol %
pyrite) strongly silicified clasts occur in granule to cobble angular size.
Pyrite also as veinlets and as irregular matrix concentrations. Clayey in
between clasts.

65.20 66.10 CLAY- PYRITE- CHLORITE ALTERED ZONE (0.90m)


Light greenish matrix supported breccia altered to clay- pyrite- chlorite
with clasts consisting of propylitized andesite, silicified pyritic andesite
and hematitic clay- pyrite replaced rock set in argillic matrix. Pyrite at 5
volume % in sporadic dissemination.

66.10 70.50 QUARTZ- PYRITE- CLAY ALTERED ZONE (4.40m)

Light to medium gray pervasive quartz- pyrite- clay replacement in


fragmentally brecciated andesite. Argillic to partly gray pyritic matrix,
some clasts appear as dark gray pyritic and almost wholly silicified
rimmed by fine crystals of pyrite. Chalcopyrite crystals noted in places.

70.50 74.65 PROPYLTIZED ANDESITE (4.15m)

EOH Clay- chlorite- pyrite- calcite altered andesite; chlorite as replacement to


feldspars and ferromags, phenocrysts wholly replaced to clay. Pyrite (2-
5 volume %) in fine crystal dissemination, irregular clusters and as dark
gray fine fracture fill. Appreciable sphalerite noted as few veinlets,
Calcite along fracture plane together with very fine sulphides. Minimal
calcite in the rockmass.
Nb DDH no. LB 15
Coordinates(grid): 10,190N/10,100E
Elevation: 152 asl
Azimuth: 145°
Inclination: - 45°
Total depth: 41.50m
DH date started: 26-Oct-03
DH date Completed: 02-Nov-03

SUMMARY LITHOLOGY LOG


0.00 5.95 COLLUVIAL COVER (5.95m)

Mixture of brownish - buff soil and weathered fragments of silica - clay


altered patchy hematitic weathered andesite. Some granule to pebble
size clay- quartz replaced andesite and subordinate quartz- barite-
pyrite- clay altered fragments noted near bottom.

5.95 6.50 MIXED QUARTZ- PYRITE AND QUARTZ- BARITE


REPLACEMENT BRECCIA (0.55m)

Intermingled broken light gray quartz- barite and medium gray quartz-
pyrite replaced rock; dominantly opaline silica matrix replacement,
slightly vuggy with vugs grown on by crystalline barite. Dark gray
quartz- sulphide in amoebic infusion in the matrix and as stringers with
associated very fine pyrite crystals.

6.50 11.50 ALTERED ANDESITE (5m)

Moderately weathered hematitic clay- calcite- chlorite± pyrite altered


medium grained andesite. Soft and crumbly due to weathering and clay
replacement. Hydrofractured with calcite along fracture planes; Rare
<<1 volume % pyrite in sporadic dissemination.

11.50 15.10 CLAY- PYRITE- SILICA ALTERED ZONE (3.60m)

Bleached to medium gray; hydrofractured, soft clayey with subordinate


calcite along fractures. Calcite- quartz veinlets in some slightly silicified
sections; hematitic in places. Sporadic 1-2 volume % pyrite in very fine
crystals.

15.10 16.90 QUARTZ- PYRITE± CLAY ALTERED ZONE (1.80m)


Medium gray to patchy light gray with clasts consisting of granule to
pebble size gray quartz- sulphide (pyrite) replaced andesite. One
section shows high concentration of pyrite at 15- 20 volume %
rendering the core to be brittle and crumbly. Fine to coarse crystalline
pyrite (5- 10 volume %) randomly disseminated in the matrix and clasts.

16.90 18.50 QUARTZ- BARITE ± SULPHIDE HYDROTHERMAL BRECCIA


(1.6m)

Light- medium gray to white; matrix supported breccia with opaline to


chalcedonic quartz matrix. Sulphides (pyrite) at 10- 15 volume %
prominent along gray quartz replaced zones which appear as amoebic
infusion in the matrix. Minimal vugs grown-on by tiny crystals of barite.

18.50 20.40 FAULT BRECCIA (1.90m)

Bleached to bluish gray; matrix supported, strongly gougy with broken


few silicified pyritic andesite and minimal quartz- barite replaced
fragments. Pyrite (10- 15%) in very fine pyrite crystal dissemination in
the matrix; slickensided at 55° - 60° TCA indicating oblique- normal
faulting.

20.40 23.40 QUARTZ- PYRITE- CLAY REPLACEMENT (3.00m)

Dark gray to medium gray, selectively pervasive silica- pyrite matrix


replacement, Occasional quartz ± pyrite replacement veinlets/ stringers,
patchy argillic, fine pyrite (10-20 volume %) matrix dissemination.

23.40 31.60 QUARTZ- BARITE ± SULPHIDE HYDROTHERMAL BRECCIA


(8.20m)

Light- medium gray to white, matrix supported breccia with opaline to


chalcedonic quartz matrix. Vuggy with prominent tabular barite crystals
lined by fine sulphides along open spaces. Gray quartz- sulphide as
selvages to some vugs and pyritic strongly silica replaced clasts. Patchy
clay replacement to some clasts.

31.60 38.20 QUARTZ- PYRITE ALTERED ANDESITE (6.60m)

Dark gray to medium gray, pervasive silica- pyrite rockmass


replacement with minor patchy selective clay replacement to some
feldspar, others masked by silica. Occasional gray quartz- sulphides
veins/veinlets showing vugs grown-on by tiny prismatic crystals of
quartz. Fine pyrite (10 volume %) rockmass dissemination.

38.20 41.50 PROPYLTIZED ANDESITE (3.30m)


DDH no. LB 16
Coordinates(grid): 10,190N/10,100E
Elevation: 152 asl
Azimuth: 325°
Inclination: - 78°
Total depth: 111.25m
DH date started: 03-Nov-03
DH date Completed: 12-Nov-03

SUMMARY LITHOLOGY LOG

0.00 15.60 COLLUVIAL COVER (15.60m)


Mixture of brownish - buff soil and weathered granule to pebble
size fragments of propylitized to weakly silicified: silica - clay
altered patchy hematitic andesite. Muddy in places.

15.60 16.70 MIXED QUARTZ- PYRITE AND QUARTZ- BARITE


REPLACEMENT BRECCIA (1.10m)
Intermixed broken light gray quartz- barite and medium gray
quartz- pyrite replaced rock ; dominantly opaline silica matrix
replacement, slightly vuggy with vugs grown on by crystalline
barite.

16.70 32.60 WEATHERED PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (15.90m)


Moderately weathered hematitic clay- calcite- chlorite± pyrite
altered medium grained andesite. Soft and crumbly in parts,
minimal hematite stringers at upper level to strongly hematitic
near bottom. Rare pyrite crystals in sporadic dissemination.
Faint epidote, prominent chlorite. Prominently calcite stringered
and hydrofractured with clayey matrix, partly hematitic from
25.90- 32.60m. Sheared at 27.60- 27.80m at 70- 80° TCA.

32.60 40.00 FAULT BRECCIA (7.40m)


Gray, matrix supported, strongly gougy, pyritic (± 10%) in very
fine crystal dissemination in the matrix. Grits of dull white
kaoline replacement fragments noted at 32.60- 33.70m. Patchy
hematitic, pyritic andesite clasts prominent, very weak calcite.
Fault angled at 45° TCA at 38.00 m depth.

40.00 54.20 PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (14.20m)


Brownish gray to patchy light gray; texturally brecciated due to
varying degree of alteration, hematitic. Chlorite- calcite- pyrite±
magnetite- clay replacement. Partly weathered, hydrofractured
with moderate clay plus calcite along fracture planes. Minimal
pyrite, magnetite.
54.20 57.30 FAULT BRECCIA (3.10m)
Reddish brown to light gray, pyrite (3%) in very fine crystal
dissemination within the clayey to gougy light gray matrix.
Pebble size clasts of clay- pyrite- silica altered bleached to
propylitized weathered andesite.

57.30 58.40 QUARTZ- PYRITE- SULPHIDE BRECCIA (1.10m)


Bleached to medium gray. Grayish clasts due to gray quartz
replacement with appreciable fine pyrite + sulphide
mineralization, while, some clasts are bleached due to clay-
silica replacement with subordinate disseminated pyrite. Clayey
due to dominating argillic matrix. Gougy in places due to minor
faulting.

58.40 59.85 PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (1.20m)


Greenish gray propylitic andesite; chlorite- clay- pyrite altered;
hematite along fracture planes; in-faulted at 58.90m trending
20° TCA. Minimal pyrite, weak magnetite. * Gray quartz- pyrite
replacement contact at 59.60m to 59.85m depth (0.25m).

59.85 61.40 WHITE QUARTZ VEIN - BARITE ± PYRITE (1.55m)


White to bleached, fine grained quartz vein with quartz- barite-
sulphide at upper and near lower contacts. No sulphides with in
the massive white quartz vein. Local hematite banding in
places, few vugs grown-on by saccharoidal quartz.

61.40 63.00 CLAY- PYRITE REPLACEMENT (1.60m)


Generally greenish gray due to chlorite- smectite with patchy
reddish tinge from amoebic hematite infusion within the rock
mass. Partly bleached with hairline stringers of fine grained
quartz- barite (5 stringers/m). Minimal pyrite dissemination.

63.00 65.00 QUARTZ- PYRITE ± BARITE REPLACEMENT(2.00m)


Medium gray with broken crystalline quartz + barite veins/
veinlets prominently noted from 63.00- 63.60m. 1-2 cm
crystalline quartz- barite vein lined by gray quartz - sulphide on
selvages, trending 70° TCA at 64.70m. Hematitic with minimal
jasper bands. Brittle clay- silica fills in some fractures.

65.00 67.90 QUARTZ- PYRITE - CLAY ALTERED ZONE (2.90m)


Medium gray to bleached, partly brecciated, clayey in between
clasts; 2-3 cm hematitic opalline quartz + barite vein at 67.00m
depth; very fine pyrite (±2%) sporadically disseminated in the
matrix and clasts. Clots of magnetite with rare localized
chalcopyrite (<<1%). Hematite in rare minute fractures.
67.90 75.30 PROPYLITIZED- ARGILLIC ANDESITE (7.40m)
Medium gray, propylitic to partly argillic hydro-brecciated
andesite. Calcite ± quartz hairline to mm size crisscrossing
lenses/ stringers common in solid core. Thin calcite also along
fracture planes together with localized hematite in places.
Brittle quartz- calcite veinlet at 71.00m. Nil pyrite, minimal
quartz± barite hairline stringers in few locations.

75.30 81.00 CLAY- PYRITE- QUARTZ BRECCIA (5.70m)


Gray to patchy bleached clasts in greenish gray to bleached
matrix. Clasts consist of propylitized and quartz- pyrite altered
andesite embedded in clayey to somewhat gougy matrix with
very fine pyrite dissemination.

81.00 82.90 QUARTZ - PYRITE- BARITE BRECCIA(1.90m)


Strongly broken, gray chalcedonic- opalline quartz with minimal
sulphide mineralization; matrix supported, dominantly argillic/
clayey in parts.

82.90 84.80 CLAY- PYRITE- QUARTZ BRECCIA (1.90m)


Gray to patchy bleached clasts in greenish gray to bleached
matrix. Propylitic and quartz- pyrite altered andesite clasts
embedded in clayey to somewhat gougy matrix with very fine
pyrite dissemination; Tiny vugs from leached feldspars common
at and near bottom.

84.80 88.65 GRAY QUARTZ- SULPHIDE- BARITE BRECCIA (3.85m)


Gray to bleached; strongly re- brecciated with clayey- argillic to
gougy matrix embedding broken angular partly vuggy gray
quartz- sulphide- pyrite- barite hydrothermal breccia fragments.
Local hematite bands rimmed some of the clasts; partly vuggy
with crystalline barite infills. Crystals of chalcopyrite noted at
87.75m depth. An isolated quartz- pyrite- hematite replaced
zone recorded at 86.60- 87.15m.

88.65 91.30 QUARTZ- PYRITE- CLAY REPLACEMENT BRECCIA (2.65m)


Dark gray; brecciated with clasts consisting of silicified
andesite, silica as groundmass infusion with associated very
fine disseminated pyrite (2%). Clayey due to dominating clay in
between clasts and contains minimal fine pyrite crystals.
Jarosite appreciably noted in places due to oxidized pyrite.
Minimal hematite with isolated magnetite clots. Faulted upper
contact trending at 30° TCA.
91.30 92.30 QUARTZ- BARITE- SULPHIDE BRECCIA (1.00m)
Generally bleached with white to gray quartz replacement;
Pyrite in few larger crystals to commonly fine, plus minor
individually occurring chalcopyrite grains within the clayey
matrix. Crystalline barite interlocked with the opalline- fine
grained quartz. Dominantly clayey- argillic matrix.

92.30 93.30 QUARTZ- PYRITE- CLAY BRECCIA (1.00m)


Dark - medium gray; broken, clasts dominated, greenish gray
matrix containing minimal pyrite; moderately- weakly silicified
clasts, local hematite stains.

93.30 97.35 GRAY QUARTZ- SULPHIDE- BARITE BRECCIA (4.05m)


Light to medium gray quartz- sulphide- barite hydrothermal
breccia as clasts set in bleached clayey matrix. Hematite bands
occasionally noted, chalcopyrite grains observed in some clasts
at 94.25- 95.05m depth interval. Strongly brecciated, of which,
clasts consisting of silicified and hematitized rock occur in
granule to pebble size from 96.40m to bottom. Pyrite in
appreciable dissemination within the matrix.

97.35 99.30 QUARTZ- PYRITE- CLAY REPLACEMENT (1.95m)


Light gray, weak to moderately silicified, sulphidic with localized
jarosite staining. Faulted in 97.40m at 45° TCA with associated
pyritic (± 5 pyrite) gouge. Localized faint epidote on fractures,
crumbly in places due to intense fracturing/ brecciation.

99.30 111.20 PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (11.90m)


EOH Greenish gray containing occasional calcite stringers. Chlorite-
magnetite- calcite- pyrite- clay altered; intermittently faulted;
pyrite (<1%) in fine crystal dissemination. Locally brecciated
with clay ± pyrite matrix replacement. Magnetite in sporadic
dissemination, ferromag replacement to individually occurring
as clots.
DDH no : DDH- LB 17
Coordinates(grid) : 10,200N/10,000E
Elevation : 148 asl
Azimuth : 145°
Inclination : - 80°
Date started : 15-Nov-03
Date completed : 23-Nov-03
Total depth : 57.00m

SUMMARY LITHOLOGY LOG


0.00 17.60 COLLUVIAL COVER (17.60m)

Brownish gray to buff; mixture of soil and propylitized to weakly


silicified fragments of patchy hematitic weathered andesite. Clasts
in granule to pebble size, clay- quartz replaced andesite and few
quartz- barite- pyrite- clay altered fragments noted.

17.60 30.00 WEATHERED BRECCIATED QUATERNARY VOLCANICS


(12.40m)
Brownish- maroon, andesite in composition; strong hematite tinge.
Propylitized to dominantly argillic causing core to be muddy;
brecciated at near bottom with clayey matrix embedding
propylitized andesite and some clay- quartz± pyrite altered rock.

30.00 31.20 FAULT BRECCIA (1.20m)

Brownish gray to reddish brown due to hematite staining. Strongly


argillic to gougy showing strong evidence of shearing. 50° and 40°
TCA at upper and lower contact, respectively. 1-2% sporadic pyrite
dissemination in the matrix. Clasts consist of weakly silicified to
propylitized andesite; stronger pyrite concentrations in bleached
argillic sections.

31.20 33.50 ALTERED WEATHERED ANDESITE (2.3m)


Medium gray; altered to clay with subordinate magnetite, chlorite
and rare pyrite; broken core, crumbly in parts due to strong
weathering. Hydrofractured; weak pyrite (< 1%).

33.50 35.00 FAULT BRECCIA (1.5m)


Brownish maroon to buff; strongly clayey to gougy; shearing at 40°
TCA; strong hematite, locally bleached as bands; minimal sporadic
tiny pyrite (1%); clasts consist of propylitic weathered andesite
fragments.

35.00 36.20 QUARTZ- PYRITE ± CLAY REPLACEMENT (1.20m)


Medium gray; fragmented. Argillic at upper contact with few clasts
of propylitized andesite. Where silicified, strong infusion of gray
silica in the rock mass with minimal fine pyrite crystal association.
Locally argillic in places.

36.20 44.50 QUARTZ- BARITE- SULPHIDE BRECCIA ( 8.30m)


White, light to medium gray showing breccia texture similar as that
of LB- 14. Hydrothermal breccia with gray opaline quartz as rock
mass replacement with subordinate dark sulphides in irregular
bands to somewhat amoebic concentrations and as reaction rims
to some clasts. White well pronounced crystalline barite
interlocked with white fine to coarse crystalline quartz occurring as
fill on late phase open spaces. Usually render very poor core
recovery to almost total lost core.
44.50 47.40 GRAY QUARTZ- SULPHIDE- BARITE BRECCIA (2.9m)
Dark to medium gray, chalcedonic gray quartz as matrix infusion
and veinings with associated subordinate barite. Gray silica
replacement to matrix post date 1st stage brecciation with
accompanying fine sulfides as sporadic dissemination and/ or as
reaction rim to some clasts. 2nd stage brecciation brought forth the
deposition of very fine sulfides > quartz with minimal hematite in
places. Sulfides as vug fills and in irregular concentrations. 3rd
stage is the occurrence of dark sulfides (py>>cpy) + quartz
veinings. A 6 cm sulfidic chalcedonic quartz vein containing pyrite
(10%) and chalcopyrite (1%) with clots of white clay (kao/ smec?)
occur at 44.90m depth. The vein trends 20° TCA. Minimal barite
also noted along fracture planes. Suspected chalcocite and
marcasite noted in places. Specks of chalcopyrite prominent at
46.50m depth.

47.40 50.70 BRECCIATED QUARTZ- PYRITE- CLAY- CHLORITE ALTERED


ANDESITE (3.3m)
Matrix supported with clasts consisting of chlorite- clay- pyrite
altered andesite set in gray quartz replacement matrix with
accompanying very fine sulfides (2%). (matrix alteration shld also
be check for possible 2ndary biotite). Re- fracturing develops gray
quartz + more sulfides (pyrite> cpy) veins and veinlets. Very fine
sulfides in small clusters/ clots within the matrix. Deposition of
basemetals (sphalerite> galena> chalcopyrite) along fractures
could be contemporaneous with this later event. Sphalerite are
prominently recognized with subordinate galena and minimal
chalcopyrite. Chalcopyrite as individual grains and in association
with other basemetals and pyrite.
50.70 57.00 BRECCIATED ALTERED ANDESITE (6.3m)
Medium gray to greenish gray re-brecciated medium grained
andesite. Initial alteration is chlorite- silica- pyrite which was cut by
later very fine sulfides+ quartz replacement veinlets/ vein. Re-
fracturing (3rd stage brecciation) deposits clay (smectite)>>
magnetite, chlorite? as matrix, and quartz- clay veins/veinlets
bordered by very fine sulfides( dominantly pyrite) along selvages.
This later stage also brought forth the deposition of basemetals
that prominently noted along fracture planes. Sphalerite ranges
from dominating colorless & resinous to medium dark (Fe-rich)
variety. Chalcopyrite occur side by side with the pyrite and/ or as
inclusions to sphalerite and galena crystals. Basemetals
(sphalerite> galena> cpy) increases towards bottom. Crystalline
calcite noted in one fracture plane at 51.50m. Strong clay/argillic
(smectite + illite?) as cementing matrix from 52.80m- 54.40m and
55.40m to 57.00m. Brecciated dark gray vuggy quartz- sulfide vein
cemented by smectite as matrix noted at 55.60m- 57.00m depth.
Blebs of chalcopyrite noted within the section.
DDH no. LB 18
Coordinates(grid): 10,200N/10,000E
Elevation: 148 asl
Azimuth: 145°
Inclination: - 45°
Total depth: 35.10m
DH date started: Nov. 24, 2003
DH date Completed: Dec.2, 2003

SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG


0 6.3 COLLUVIUM MATERIAL (6.30m)
Brownish mixture of soil and rock fragments consisting of propylitized
to unaltered andesitic rock and few fragments of quartz- barite ± sulfide
breccia from 2.40- 3.30m.

6.30 11.20 CLAY- PYRITE REPLACEMENT (4.90m)


Bleached, moderately soft, brecciated, medium grained. Clay- pyrite
altered with gray quartz- pyrite selective rock mass infusion. Clasts
supported with pyritic (pyrite- 20%)- clayey matrix. Discrete pyrite also
in sporadic dissemination within the clast.

11.20 12.80 FAULT BRECCIA (1.60m)


Strongly gougy- argillic, soft- friable, bleached. Very fine pyrite (5-
10%) in dissemination. Broken fragments include clay- pyrite altered
and few quartz- pyrite replaced rock.

12.80 14.00 CLAY- PYRITE REPLACEMENT (1.2m)


Bleached, clay- pyrite altered zone, fragmented with clasts consisting of
clay- quartz- pyrite altered and argillic (clay>> pyrite) replaced andesitic
rock. Soft due to argillization with very fine pyrite (10- 15%) discrete
grain dissemination.

14.00 14.65 FAULT BRECCIA (0.65m)


Strongly gougy- argillic, slickensided (10° TCA). Pyrite (5%) in
sporadic dissemination in the matrix. Few hematitic fragments noted.

14.65 21.10 CLAY- PYRITE REPLACEMENT ZONE (6.45m)


Bleached to light gray, partly brecciated, soft, friable. Very fine pyrite
(10-15%) as discrete sporadic grains to locally in clusters. Few quartz-
pyrite- clay replaced fragments noted near bottom showing very weak
hematite in the rock matrix. Very weak calcite within the rock mass and
in some fracture planes. Lower contact at 70° TCA.

21.10 27.10 QUARTZ- BARITE- SULPHIDE BRECCIA (6.00m)


Light gray to gray hydrothermal breccia, matrix is sulfidic (20 volume
%tage) resulting to its medium to dark gray hue; with small crystals of
barite along fractures and open spaces. Rock is broken with substantial
poor core recovery. Three stages of replacement noted. Initial stage
includes brecciation of the host rock andesite with accompanying clay-
quartz± pyrite alteration; followed by the infusion of gray quartz ±
barite+ sulphides (fine pyrite + suspected fine chalcopyrite) which occur
as minute fracture fill, stringers, veins and as rim to some clasts. The 3rd
stage includes the emplacement of opalin- chalcedonic quartz with
associated crystalline platy barite and minimal sulphides.

27.10 32.10 QUARTZ- PYRITE± CLAY REPLACEMENT (5m)


Medium gray, hydrofractured. Very fine sulphides as gray
bands/veinlets which are prominently noted at the upper level (27.60 -
28.50m) to occasionally occur in other parts with accompanying grains
of chalcopyrite. Quartz- barite occur as crisscrossing veinlets and
stringers cutting earlier quartz- sulphide veinlets. Appreciable galena-
sphalerite crystals noted along fracture planes that at times coalesces
with fine pyrite and few with inclusions of chalcopyrite. Also clayey
along fracture planes.

32.10 35.10 PATCHY SILICIFIED PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (3m)


EOH Gray to light gray with chlorite- hematite- pyrite- magnetite- calcite
alteration. Patchy narrow zone of quartz- sulphide replacement zone
with accompanying basemetals noted at the bottom. Calcite as hairline
stringers to localized along some fractures. Pyrite (2%) in sporadic
dissemination.
DDH no : DDH- 19
Coordinates(grid) : 10200N/ 10014E
Elevation : 153.81m asl
Azimuth : 145°
Inclination : 45°
Date started : 3-Dec-03
Date completed : 8-Dec-03

SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG

0.00 4.00 COLLUVIAL COVER (4.00m)


Mixture of reddish to brownish - buff soil and granule to
pebble size fragments of propylitized weakly weathered
andesite. Muddy in places.

4.00 15.30 WEATHERED PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (11.30m)


Moderately weathered hematitic clay- calcite- chlorite±
pyrite altered medium grained andesite. Soft and crumbly
in parts. Rare pyrite crystals in sporadic dissemination.
Hydrofractured with clayey matrix.

15.30 18.00 PATCHY SULPHIDIC CLAY- PYRITE


REPLACEMENT (2.70m)
Light to medium gray; sulphides in appreciable crystalline
dissemination within the rock mass to highly concentrated
(± 30%) in few locations. Dark sulphide as bands and
fracture fill; partly limonitic, strong clay at 16.40m.

18.00 18.70 FAULT BRECCIA (0.70m)


Gray to dark gray, clayey to gougy with fragments of
clay- pyrite altered rock. Weak silicification in some
clasts; pyrite (5-10%) in sporadic dissemination within the
matrix and clasts.

18.70 21.00 QUARTZ- BARITE- SULPHIDE BRECCIA (2.30m)


Light to medium gray. Grayish matrix due to gray quartz
with strong fine pyrite + sulphide mineralization. Dull
white fine to crystalline barite interlocked with quartz on
open spaces bordered by gray fine sulphide bands.
Sulphides also occur as veinlets and stringers with rare
associated chalcopyrite. Clayey to somewhat gougy near
upper contact. Fault bounded at the lower and upper
contacts. Generally render poor to moderate recovery.

21.00 21.70 FAULT BRECCIA (0.70m)


Slickensided gougy zone trending 30° TCA in one plane
and 70° in another plane. Few broken fragments of quartz-
sulphide- barite breccia and quartz- pyrite- clay altered
clasts with minimal fine pyrite dissemination within the
fragments and matrix.

21.70 22.35 CLAY - PYRITE REPLACEMENT (0.65m)


Fractured at 10° TCA. Medium gray, friable with
appreciable pyrite dissemination.

22.35 33.80 PATCHY CLAY- PYRITE REPLACED


PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (11.45m)
EOH Gray, generally propylitized with occasional clay- pyrite
replacement as noted in few narrow locations; dark gray
sulphides (dominantly pyrite) as bands/ veinlets and
sporadic dissemination throughout the section. Calcite
prominently occurs as veinlets, stringers and as discrete
crystals in few fracture planes. Strong fine pyrite (± 30%)
occurs at 23.00 to 23.40m with rare associated faint
malachite staining.
DDH no. DDH- 20
Coordinates(grid): 10185N/10042E
Elevation: 165.83 asl
Azimuth: 145°
Inclination: 75°
Date started: 9-Dec-03
Date completed 16-Dec-03

FROM TO SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG

0.00 3.50 COLLUVIAL COVER (3.50m)


Mixture of reddish to brownish - buff soil and granule to pebble
size fragments of propylitized weakly weathered andesite..

3.50 6.40 WEATHERED PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (2.90m)


Moderately weathered hematitic clay- calcite- ± pyrite altered
medium grained andesite. Soft and crumbly in parts. Rare pyrite
crystals in sporadic dissemination.

6.40 7.70 CLAY-QUARTZ-BARITE-SULPHIDE REPLACEMENT


BRECCIA (1.30m)
Light brown to buff color clay w/ fragments of Quartz-barite-
sulphide breccia.

7.70 11.00 QUARTZ-BARITE-SULPHIDE BRECCIA (3.30m)


Light to medium gray more of chalcedonic quartz; with strong
white clay and highly oxidized pyrite + sulphide veinlets.

11.00 17.20 QUARTZ- BARITE- SULPHIDE BRECCIA (6.20m)


Light to medium gray. Grayish matrix due to gray quartz with
strong fine pyrite + sulphide mineralization (15% Py). Dull white
fine to crystalline barite interlocked with quartz on open spaces
bordered by gray fine sulphide bands. Sulphides also occur as
veinlets and stringers.

17.20 17.70 FAULT BRECCIA (0.50m)


Light to medium gray. Fault gauge with fragments of quartz –
barite-sulphide-breccia replacement andesite.
17.70 23.00 CLAY-QUARTZ-SULPHIDE-BRECCIA (5.30 m)
Light to medium gray quartz with highly oxidized vugs, stringers
and veinlets of ± pyrite + sulphide. Clay minerals are with reddish
stains

23.00 28.40 QUARTZ-BARITE-SULPHIDE-BRECCIA (5.40m)


Light gray chalcedonic quartz interlocked with barite crystals in a
fine highly silicified andesite . ±15% py + sulphides along
veinlets , stringers and vugs of quartz-barite replacement.With
minor white clay minerals.

28.40 29.00 QUARTZ-PYRITE-ALTERED ANDESITE (0.60m)


Quartz- pyrite altered fine grained andesite; medium gray, patchy
chlorite in places, very fine py(5%) in sporadic dissemination
within the rock mas and as thin veinlets in places.

26.00 30.50 PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (1.50m)


EOH Chlorite- pyrite- clay- calcite altered andesite, greenish gray,
unsilicified, few specks of magnetite, calcite as thin fracture fills.
DDH no. : LB - 21
Coordinates(grid) : 10,200N/9970E
Elevation : 143.0asl
Azimuth : -
Inclination : 90°
DH date started : 8-Jan-04
DH date finished : 23-Jan-04
Total depth : 109.50m

SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG


0.00 29.80 QUATERNARY VOLCANICS (29.80m)
Gray, tinted maroon, massive- moderately fractured, fresh rock with feldspars
showing fresh surfaces, strong hematite on matrix, magnetite sporadically
distributed in specks and clots. Minimal hornblende crystals rimmed by hematite.
Mylonitic? at lower contact. Sheared argillic near bottom. Lower contact at 45°
TCA.

29.80 58.90 HYDROFRACTURED HORNBLENDE ANDESITE PORPHYRY (29.10m)


Moderately to strongly fractured, brecciated (jigsaw breccia), clasts exhibit varied
degree of chlorite, hematite and clay replacement. Calcite prominent along
fracture planes and as veinlets in the some locations. Hematite along minute to
macro-fractures, infusion within the matrix and as partial replacement to
magnetite and hornblende. Lower contact consists of brownish fine grained rock
(resembling siltstone rock).

58.90 78.50 POLYMICTIC BRECCIA (19.60m)


Pebble to cobble size clasts set in fine matrix consisting of crushed rock materials
probably product of clasts attrition. Hematitic with hem in varying degree as
matrix replacement, veinlets, clasts rim and as partial replacement to hornblende
and magnetite. Pyrite in minimal sporadic dissemination and rare veinlets. Calcite
common in rock mass, as veinlets/stringers to usually rim some clasts.

78.50 87.80 FRACTURED HORNBLENDE ANDESITE PORPHYRY (9.3m)


Light gray, moderately fractured. Relatively fresher rock with feldspars and
ferromags partly rimmed by clay and magnetite/ hematite replacements,
respectively. Alteration assemblage consists of calcite- magnetite-chlorite-clay ±
hematite. Calcite as fractures fill and as stringers, magnetite in specks/clots
disseminated sporadically and chlorite- clay as matrix infusions. Rare pyrite
crystals.

87.80 89.40 FAULT BRECCIA (1.60m)


Hematitic fault gouge with minimal fragments of weathered to fresh andesite and
weak silica ± clay replaced rocks. Very minimal pyrite dissemination.

89.40 93.90 CLAY- PYRITE BRECCIA (4.5m)


Clay (illite/ smectite) as intense replacement to clasts and matrix. Pyrite
prominent within the matrix (1-2%) and along fracture surfaces. Clasts consist of
massive quartz- sulphide breccia fragments, clay- pyrite altered andesite and few
propylitized andesite, set in clayey to rarely gougy fine pyritic matrix. Dark gray
very fine sulphide bands occur in few locations within the matrix that manifest
possible fluid flow.

93.90 100.70 CLAY- QUARTZ- SULPHIDE BRECCIA (6.80m)


Strongly brecciated core with fragments (clasts) consisting of few quartz- clay-
pyrite replaced rock cut by jasperoidal quartz- pyrite veinlets. Generally bleached
with strong clay replacement within the matrix and andesitic clasts. Few
fragments show rare tiny barite crystals.

100.70 103.40 QUARTZ- BARITE- PYRITE BRECCIA (2.70m)


Light gray, strongly broken core with very poor recovery. Quart- barite breccia
intersected at upper and lower contacts with total loss core in between. Minimal
sulphides noted within the recovered cores.

103.40 105.00 QUARTZ- CLAY- PYRITE REPLACEMENT (1.60m)


Partly brecciated andesite with quartz- clay- pyrite replacement. Clayey broken
core, slightly silicified, few pyrite disseminations with some gray very fine pyrite
bands noted. Few vugs within the quartz- pyrite clay altered sections.

105.00 109.50 PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (4.5m)


EOH Massive to moderately brecciated propylitized andesite veined occasionally by
calcite. A ± 3cm quartz± calcite vein trending 30° TCA noted at 106.20m.
Moderately brecciated near/ at bottom rendering brittle to crumbly nature of the
rock. Rare pyrite.
DDH no : LB-22
Coordinates(grid) : 10217N/ 10000E
Elevation : 148.0asl
Azimuth : 145°
Inclination : -45°
DH date started : 25-Jan-04
DH date finished : 29-Jan-04
Total depth : 41.50m

SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG


0.00 3.60 COLLUVIUM COVER (3.6m)
Soil materials with mixed boulders/ cobbles of andesite and few
silicified rocks. Brownish to buff, muddy near surface.

3.60 7.00 WEATHERED PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (3.4m)


Weathered propylitic. Strongly fractured with hematitic fracture
planes. Generally light gray to buff. Brittle due to weathering.

7.00 23.30 QUARTZ- CLAY- PYRITE REPLACEMENT ZONE (16.3m)


Gray, fine to medium grained tuffaceous andesite with quartz- clay-
pyrite replacement. Locally brecciated with xenoliths of coarse
grained andesite porphyry. Calcite as thin fractures fill and as rare
stringers. Minimal pyrite (<1%) as sporadic dissemination and as
rare veinlets. Dark gray very fine sulphides + quartz as sporadic
clots/dots.

23.30 24.55 FAULT BRECCIA (1.25m)


Bleached, muddy to gougy with fine pyrite dissemination (2%).
Included clasts comprise of white quartz/pyrite breccia, gray
quartz/pyrite breccia, and few silicified hematitic andesite
fragments. Matrix supported.

24.55 26.10 SHEAR ZONE WITH BROKEN QUARTZ- BARITE- PYRITE


BRECCIA (1.55m)

Bleached, strongly clayey shear zone with included fragments


showing quartz-pyrite-clay, clay-pyrite, and quartz-barite-pyrite
replacements. Clasts supported. Gray sulphides as bands in some
silicified fragments. Rare pyrite sporadic.

26.10 26.45 FAULT BRECCIA (0.35m)


Clayey, broken clay-silica fragments set in argillic matrix. Few
clasts show weak silicification with very minimal pyrite
occurrences.
26.45 32.65 QUARTZ- CLAY± PYRITE ALTERED ANDESITE (6.2m)
Gray, massive, slightly fractured. Minimal pyrite (1-2%) as stringers
and dissemination. Clay- quartz as moderate matrix infusion in
parts, and as moderate rock mass replacement. Calcite in few
fracture planes.

32.65 41.50 PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (8.85m)


EOH Gray to greenish gray propylitized andesite with chlorite- calcite-
pyrite± magnetite replacements. Chlorite prominent along fractures.
Calcite as crisscrossing veinlets and as thin fracture fills. Minimal
pyrite crystals. Massive, slightly fractured.
DDH no. : LB-23
Coordinates(grid) : 10217N/ 10000E
Collar Elevation: : 148.0asl
Azimuth: : -
Inclination: : 90°
DH date started: : 29-Jan-04
DH date finished: : 3-Feb-04
Total depth : 56.60m

SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG

0.00 3.00m COLLUVIUM COVER (3.0m)


Soil materials with mixed boulders/ cobbles of andesite and few
silicified rocks. Brownish to buff, muddy near surface.

3.00 12.60m WEATHERED ANDESITE (9.60m)


Slightly to moderately weathered andesite, fractured, weak
silicification in few parts, limonitic to partly hematitic specially along
fractures and near bottom. Very fine pyrite in very minimal rockmass
dissemination.

12.60 14.50m HEMATITIC CLAY- PYRITE ALTERED ZONE (1.90m)

Reddish brown, strongly oxidized (hematite- limonite), brecciated,


brittle, gougy pyritic contact on both ends. Bands of dark sulphides
noted in places.

14.50 15.50m FAULT BRECCIA WITH QUARTZ- BARITE- PYRITE


FRAGMENTS(1.0m)

Bleached, matrix supported, slightly- moderately oxidized. Clasts


consist of granule to cobble size quartz- barite- pyrite breccia set in
fine gougy matrix that contains minor pyrite (<1%) dissemination.
Some clasts are with complete limonite- hematite replacement. Dark
sulphide bands noted in some of the fragments.

15.50 25.35m POLYMICTIC BRECCIA (9.85m)

Dark brownish gray with bleaching and oxidation near bottom. Matrix
supported (about 70% matrix), clasts are only minimal consisting of
silica veined quartz- clay- pyrite replaced rock, granule size silica vein
materials, and altered/ oxidized andesite fragments. Localized
hydrofractured clay altered medium grained andesite noted at 22.30 to
23.50m and 24.4 to 25.30m. Generally soft to very soft. Rare pyrite in
the matrix.

25.35 32.00m POLYMICTIC BRECCIA (6.65m)


Reddish brown to buff, strongly brecciated, clasts supported with few
weakly silicified andesite clasts veined at times by quartz- pyrite- clay.
Crumbly in most part due to weathering and oxidation with common
limonite/ hematite and isolated dark shades of manganese (?). Minimal
pyrite in dissemination.

32.00 36.00m FAULT BRECCIA (4.0m)


Medium gray, matrix supported with about ± 5 vol % pyrite in
dissemination. Strongly clayey/ argillic core with smooth slickensided
fracture surfaces. Clasts consist of strongly clay altered andesite and
few fresher rock cut rarely by silica veinlets.

36.00 39.20m HYDROFRACTURED PROPYLITIZED HORNBLENDE


ANDESITE (3.2m)
Gray to greenish gray with strong magnetite- chlorite- calcite- pyrite
replacement. Calcite prominent as stringers/ veinlets, magnetite as
disseminated specks and partial replacement to hornblende with
chlorite along fractures and infusion within the matrix. Pyrite veinlets
cut at times by later calcite veinlets.

39.20 47.30m FAULTED PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (8.10m)


Medium gray to patchy reddish brown, strongly clayey, gougy in parts
oriented at 40- 45° TCA. Gougy in upper and lower contacts trending
30° and 45° TCA, respectively. Fault in one location (46.70m) trend
20° TCA, and is filled by calcite and pyrite on selvages. Calcitic
matrix. Calcite also as veinlets/ stringers to occasionally rim some
clasts. 5 vol % pyrite in dissemination. Partly hematitic.

47.30 51.30m QUARTZ- SULPHIDE BRECCIA (4m)


Quartz- sulphide breccia with rare tiny barite in some cavities. Clasts
consist of: (1) dark gray massive quartz-sulphide rock with minimal
vugs that at times contain pyrite+ chalcopyrite,(2) granule size dark
gray sulphidic fragments, (3) rare jasperoidal quartz vein materials and
(4) fragmented chalcedonic quartz, all set in silicified (gray quartz-
pyrite) matrix. Greenish to white clay (smectite- kaolinite) noted in
some fracture planes. Specks of chalcopyrite with very fine suspected
bornite noted in some locations.

51.30 56.60m HYDROBRECCIATED PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (5.30m)


EOH Gray to greenish gray hydrobrecciated propylitized andesite with
matrix consisting of gray quartz + pyrite with some faint iron oxides.
Specks of chalcopyrite noted in intermittent locations, sinuous veinlets
of pyrite locally noted, while, base metals increased towards bottom
(resinous sphalerite, minimal galena). Chalcopyrite prominently as
individual specks and clots with associated fine pyrite in few parts.
DDH no. LB-24
Coordinates(grid): 10155N/ 10021E
Elevation: 151asl
Azimuth: 145°
Inclination: -45°
DH date started: 6-Feb-04
DH date finished: 9-Feb-04
Total depth: 25.20m

SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG


0.00 2.00 COLLUVIUM COVER (2.0m)
Soil materials with mixed boulders/ cobbles of andesite
and few silicified rocks. Brownish to buff, muddy near
surface.

2.00 8.00 CLAY-QUARTZ- PYRITE REPLACEMENT ZONE (6.0m)


Generally bleached, brecciated, clayey matrix with clasts
consisting of quartz- pyrite replaced rock and localized
quartz- barite- pyrite fragments (4.80 to 6.10m). Hematitic
to partly clayey along some fracture planes. Gray sulphide
bands occasionally noted.

8.00 14.05 QUARTZ- SULPHIDE BRECCIA (6.05m)


Generally gray to medium gray. Gray quartz as matrix
infusion with associated very fine sulphides that usually
occur as bands and/or bordered some clasts. Fragments
of quartz- barite- pyrite breccia noted. Barite as fill in
some open spaces and vugs. Fine pyrite dissemination.

14.05 21.10 QUARTZ- BARITE BRECCIA (7.05m)


Generally gray quartz- barite- pyrite breccia with included
gray quartz- sulphide breccia fragments. Chalcedonic
gray quartz as dominating matrix replacement in breccias.
Strongly broken, generally render low core recovery.
Sulphides usually as bands and or as fine grained
dissemination.

21.10 22.50 CLAYEY ARGILLIC ZONE (1.40m)


Breccia with clasts consisting of quartz- barite and gray
quartz- pyrite fragments set in clay- argillic dominated
matrix. Fine pyrite in sporadic dissemination.

22.50 23.45 QUARTZ- CLAY- PYRITE REPLACEMENT BRECCIA


(0.95m)
Grayish tinge with gray quartz- clay- pyrite replacement
breccia with appreciable very fine pyrite disseminations.

23.45 25.20 PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (1.75m)


EOH Light gray to patchy medium gray with dark bands of
sulphides occasionally noted. Minimal stringers of calcite
noted in one section. Pyrite as rare veinlets with some
dark sulphides to commonly in fine grained dissemination.
DDH no. LB-25
Coordinates(grid): 10155N/ 10021E
Elevation: 151asl
Azimuth: 325°
Inclination: -85°
DH date started: Feb. 10, 2004
DH date finished: Feb. 26,2004
Total depth: 109.15m

SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG


0.00 3.20 COLLUVIUM COVER (3.20m)
Soil materials with mixed boulders/ cobbles of andesite and few
silicified rocks. Brownish to buff.
3.20 22.60 MEDIUM TO COARSE GRAINED HEMATITIC ANDESITE
(19.40m)
Generally light gray to reddish brown towards bottom, hematitic.
Slightly altered to chlorite- magnetite- clay with increasing
hematite down slope. Broken to strongly tectonically brecciated
towards bottom with increasing clayey matrix resulting to its
relatively soft and friable hardness-(dominantly from 20.00-
22.60m). No mineralization observed.

22.60 25.00 FAULT BRECCIA (2.40m)


Bleached shear zone with noted hardened fault gouge at upper
and lower contacts. Soft to very friable with hematite as amoebic
infusion within the matrix. Rare pyrite as very fine discrete grain
dissemination.

25.00 33.35 BRECCIATED HEMATITIC ANDESITE (8.35m)


Strongly brecciated (tectonically) hematitic andesite. Hematite
as clots/ dots within the rock mass and as partial replacement to
hornblende and magnetite. Feldspars partly rimmed by clay
replacement. Magnetite specks.

33.35 38.00 FAULT BRECCIA (4.65m)


Bleached to reddish brown to buff, gougy in parts. Matrix
supported with clasts consisting of clay altered andesite
fragments and rare granule size clay- hematite replaced rock.
Hematite as irregular bands and as hairline stringers in some
clasts.

38.00 39.60 CLAY- PYRITE- QUARTZ REPLACEMENT ZONE (1.6m)


Clay- pyrite- quartz altered section. Chlorite in localized sections
as blotches and patchy rock mass infusion. Pyrite in fine crystal
veinlets, discrete individual grains, localized fine grain
dissemination, to rarely in clusters. Gray quartz ± pyrite as band
in some few locations.

39.60 43.70 QUARTZ- PYRITE- CLAY REPLACEMENT (4.10m)


Medium to light gray quartz- pyrite- clay replacement zone with
localized greenish gray clay (smectite) dominated altered
sections. Gray quartz as matrix replacement with associated very
fine pyrite crystal disseminations (±10% py). Pyrite also as
veinlets and irregular gray bands. Vuggy quartz veins in places
peppered locally with pyrite grains and some specks of
chalcopyrite. Late fractures and open spaces are usually grown-
on by crystalline barite and at times quartz pseudomorph after
barite. Appreciable gray sulphide bands in chalcedonic quartz
veins noted.

43.70 44.85 CLAY- PYRITE REPLACEMENT BRECCIA (1.15m)


Brecciated core with clay- pyrite dominated matrix. Clasts
consist of chloritic andesite with some showing bleached argillic
borders. Greenish clay (smectite?) in matrix with associated very
fine pyrite in dissemination. Clasts of silicified fragments veined
by pyrite also noted. Hematite in some fracture planes.

44.85 47.65 QUARTZ- BARITE- PYRITE BRECCIA (2.80m)


Light gray, massive chalcedonic quartz and barite rock mass
replacement. Dark sulphide as selvage to silica veins and to
some quartz replaced clasts. Late white quartz veins with
centerline open spaces partly grown-on by barite crystals.
Minimal pyrite. Chloritic brecciated andesite noted in between
45.35 to 47.65m depth with sections showing specks of
chalcopyrite and suspected bornite that occur as very fine dark
grains.

47.65 49.60 PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (1.95m)


Greenish gray with chlorite plus weak silicification in places.
Quartz- barite as stringers and open space fills. Very fine pyrite,
tectonically brecciated with clayey matrix.
49.60 55.70 CLAY- QUARTZ- PYRITE REPLACEMENT BRECCIA
(6.10m)
Hydrothermally brecciated with matrix composed of brownish
strong silica with accompanying very fine pyrite crystals. Clasts
include silicified to partly propylitized fine to medium grained
andesite, quartz ± barite fragments and bleached clay altered
rocks. Partly vuggy. Gray quartz- sulphides as vein/veinlets cut
by later white quartz stockworks/veinlets.

55.70 67.20 QUARTZ- PYRITE- BARITE REPLACEMENT BRECCIA


(11.50m)
Generally bleached, hydrofractured with quartz as moderate to
strong matrix infusion/replacement and as fracture fill together
with appreciable crystalline barite along vugs and cavities. Clay,
however, in some sections dominates over the quartz as
feldspars and matrix replacement. Dark gray quartz with
suspected associated very fine sulphides common in highly
silicified portions. Hematite- jasper as occasional hairline
stringers.

67.20 75.75 QUARTZ- BARITE- SULPHIDE BRECCIA (8.55m)


Light to medium gray, gray quartz as matrix infusion. Vugs and
open fractures filled by crystalline barite with minimal pyrite to
appreciable chalcopyrite, bornite (?), and dark mineral-
chalcocite. Segregated sections show moderate clay replacement
to the rock mass resulting to the bleached and brittle hardness.

75.75 93.55 QUARTZ- BARITE- BRECCIA (17.80m)


Gray to off-white chalcedonic quartz strong replacement to rock
mass and matrix. Irregular bands of dark sulphides in few
locations, fine barites associated with chalcedonic quartz and/or
as open fracture fill. Quartz pseudomorph after barite and white
clay (kaolin?) in some fractures. This zone generally renders
moderately to low core recovery.

93.55 100.10 CLAY- QUARTZ- BARITE BRECCIA (6.55m)


Gray to bleached, clasts consist of gray quartz replaced rock
containing crystalline barite + minimal sulphides on open spaces
and fracture planes, and solid core of quartz- pyrite- barite
breccia, set in clay rich matrix. Hard to brittle, locally faulted.

100.10 101.20 QUARTZ- SULPHIDE± BARITE IN HEMATITIC ALTERED


ROCK (1.10m)
Generally hard core rendering moderate to very low recovery,
gray to reddish brown. Bands of gray quartz containing minimal
fine sulphides (py, cpy) commonly noted. Hematite as fracture
fill and as moderate infusion into the rock mass.

101.20 103.80 FAULT BRECCIA (2.60m)

Gougy fault breccia, clasts consist of silicified (quartz- pyrite)


altered fine grained gray andesite. Gray quartz with fine grained
sulphides as selvages to fractures and to some clasts. Pyrite as
fine crystal dissemination, clusters and as bands within the
argillic- gougy matrix material. fine specks of suspected
chalcopyrite noted.

103.80 109.15 BLEACHED POLYMICTIC BRECCIA (5.35m)


EOH Bleached, dominantly clay altered polymictic breccia with clasts
consisting of clay altered andesite; quartz replaced sulphidic
gray rock and few propylitized andesite, set in bleached clay rich
matrix. Rare pyrite dissemination, sometimes pyrite rimmed
some clasts. Very minimal sulphide (cpy, py, etc) noted.
DDH no. LB-26
Coordinates(grid): 10,230N/ 9,985E
Elevation: 145asl
Azimuth: 325°
Inclination: -85°
DH date started: 28-Feb-04
DH date finished: 8-Mar-04
Total depth: 73.60m
Date logged 20-Mar-04

SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG

0.00 11.70 COLLUVIUM COVER (11.70m)


Colluvial cover dominantly brownish to buff soil material with
few fragments of pebble to rarely cobble size weathered andesite
and few silicified rocks. Soft to very soft due to soil dominance.

11.70 13.20 POLYMICTIC BRECCIA (2.0m)


Polymictic breccia with clasts consisting of granule to pebble size
weathered rock, silicified andesite and pebble to cobble size
quartz- barite- pyrite breccia fragments set in bleached to clayey
matrix. Patchy hematite, pyrite in minimal (1%) dissemination
within some clasts and matrix.

13.20 16.20 FAULT BRECCIA (3.0m)


Partly hematitic fault breccia, soft, gougy with included clasts of
weathered andesite and weakly silicified fragments.

16.20 17.60 ALTERED ANDESITE DIKE (1.40m)


Medium to light gray calcitic propylitized andesite. Very
prominent crisscrossing calcite stringers throughout the section.
Minimal pyrite (1%) dissemination.

17.60 18.80 GOUGY FAULT ZONE (1.20m)


Shear / fault zone, gougy, partly slickensided containing some
fragments of weathered and silicified andesite fragments.
18.80 47.70 BRECCIATED PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (28.90m)
Generally light gray to reddish brown towards bottom, hematitic.
Slightly altered to chlorite- magnetite- clay with increasing
hematite down slope. Broken to strongly tectonically brecciated.
Increasing clayey matrix towards bottom due to increasing degree
of brecciation. No significant mineralization observed.

47.70 67.00 HEMATITIC PROPYLITIZED HORNBLENDE ANDESITE


(19.3m)
Propylitized hornblende andesite, strongly brecciated, hematitic.
Chlorite± epidote- magnetite- calcite as the prominent replacement
alteration. Minimal calcite in rock mass. Little (1-2%) pyrite
dissemination.

67.00 69.00 FAULT ZONE (2.0m)


Shear zone with clay- pyrite replacement. Hematitic, gouge in
parts and slickensided with fault trend at 40- 50° TCA. Minimal
clasts of silicified altered andesite noted.

69.00 70.10 GRAY QUARTZ- PYRITE± BARITE BRECCIA (1.10m)


Dark to medium gray, quartz as strong rock mass and matrix
replacement with accompanying appreciable pyrite (2-3%) and
minimal chalcopyrite speck dissemination. Pseudomorph quartz
after barite crystals noted in some fractures. One cobble size
sulphidic vuggy quartz replaced clast that contain significant fine
chalcopyrite discrete crystals (2-3 vol %tage) along vugs and
cavities, and as dissemination in the rock mass, noted in one
location. This zone may run for gold and copper.

70.10 73.00 CLAY- PYRITE± SILICA REPLACEMENT (2.90m)


Tectonically fractured (crackle breccia) andesite altered to clay-
pyrite with locally and patchy amoebic silicification. Light gray,
fine pyrite as selvage to some fracture planes. Generally brittle due
to relatively strong clay replacements.

73.00 79.00 CLAY- PYRITE- SILICA REPLACEMENT (6.00m)


Similar as above only that the core is more brecciated (crackle to
jigsaw brecciation). Clasts are cemented by clay (smectite- illite)
and weak silica in segregated portions. Pyrite in minimal (1-2%)
dissemination. Faint chlorite matrix infusion in places.
79.00 81.00 HYDROFRACTURED ALTERED ANDESITE (2.0m)
Hydrofractured andesite altered to clay- quartz-pyrite. Few
sections show strong clay alteration with appreciable (2-5%) pyrite
dissemination. Pyrite also as hairline stringers and fracture fills
with accompanying white clay (kaolin?) in places.

81.00 83.00 QUARTZ- PYRITE- (SULPHIDE) REPLACEMENT


BRECCIA (2.0m)
Generally light gray with segregated dark gray sulphidic breccia
sections. Hydrobrecciated. Dark gray chalcedonic quartz with
accompanying sulphides occur as veins/veinlets and as patchy
rock mass replacement. Dark sulphides as stringers and veinlets
and together with pyrite, lined some cavities and vugs.

83.00 87.00 GRAY QUARTZ- SULPHIDE-PYRITE REPLACEMENT


BRECCIA (4.0m)
Generally dark gray to somewhat cooked black. Almost totally
replaced by gray silica ± clay- pyrite. Porous with numerous
vugs/cavities lined and or filled by very fine pyrite crystals.
Kidney form pyrite + suspected marcasite occur in some open
spaces and vugs. Very few specks and clusterings of chalcopyrite
in common association with very fine pyrite. Kaolinite- smectite-
illite noted in few open spaces as fill. Partly brittle due to clay
replacement and hydrofracturing.

87.00 88.00 FAULT ZONE (1.0m)


Fault zone with gougy slickensided plane at 60° TCA, strong clay,
generally soft with pyrite (2-3%) in dissemination and clusters
within the matrix. Some suspected chalcopyrite in places.

88.00 89.70 HYDROBRECCIATED WALL ROCK ANDESITE (1.70m)


EOH Hydrobrecciated propylitized andesite wall rock with matrix partly
replaced/ infused by gray silica plus minimal fine pyrite crystal.
Large clasts of chloritic andesite prominent which are sometimes
rimmed by gray quartz with accompanying fine pyrite (sulphides).
DDH no. LB-27
Coordinates(grid): 10470N/10005E
Elevation: 191m
Azimuth: 043°
Inclination: -60°
DH date started: March 8, 2004
DH date finished: March 18, 2004
Total depth: 73.60m
Date logged 20-Mar-04

SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG

0.00 3.00 COLLUVIUM COVER (4.35m)


Colluvial cover reddish brown to dark brown soil material with
few fragments of pebble to cobble size weathered andesite and few
silicified rocks.
3.00 12.90 QUARTZ- PYRITE- CLAY REPLACEMENT (9.90m)
Quartz-pyrite-clay altered andesite porphyry after propylitic
alteration. Fine grained pyrite dissemination and several local fault
gouge and breccias.

12.90 14.80 QUARTZ- BARITE- SULPHIDE BRECCIA (1.90m)


White to light gray. Quartz- barite-pyrite breccia with some
silicified andesite and jasper clasts. Fine grained pyrite
disseminations.

14.80 26.40 QUARTZ- PYRITE+/-CLAY REPLACEMENT (11.90m)


Light greenish gray andesite porphyry with quartz-pyrite- clay
rock mass replacement. Rare slightly vuggy quartz veinlets. Fault
breccia from 14.50m-15.50m containing quartz- barite and few
silicified clasts. Localized jigsaw breccia zones and argillized <
10 cm fault gouges. Fine grained pyrite dissemination, fracture fill
and clusters with enargite and chalcopyrite @ 22.70m-23.10m.

26.40 33.30 CLAY-QUARTZ-SULPHIDE-BRECCIA (6.90 m)


Moderately-highly argillized after propylitic andesitic breccia.
White with gougy matrix. Polymictic, angular to sub rounded
clasts of chalcedonic quartz, andesite porphyry and barite. Shear
zone @ 30.00m-32.65m trending at 20o TCA. Ubiquitous fine
grained pyrite dissemination.
33.30 35.10 QUARTZ- PYRITE- CLAY REPLACEMENT (1.80m)
Quartz-pyrite-clay altered shear zone. Fault plane @ 34.5m
trending 20° TCA. White with gougy matrix.
35.10 42.30 QUARTZ- SULPHIDE- PYRITE- BARITE BRECCIA
(7.20m)
Quartz-barite-pyrite breccia vein with quartz-clay-pyrite alteration
halo. Off-white to gray with fine grained pyrite as dissemination,
fracture fill and clusters. Pyrite-chalcopyrite-enargite stringers @
37.0m and chalcopyrite-enargite ± bornite with pyrite
dissemination between 38.0m–42.3m. Silica groundmass
cementing pebble to cobble sized angular clasts.

42.30 45.40 CLAY-QUARTZ-SULPHIDE-BRECCIA (3.10m)


Clay-quartz-pyrite altered andesite porphyry. Argillized shear
zone with sandy matrix @ 42.3m-43.0m. Fine grained pyrite
dissemination with rare chalcopyrite @ 44.5m. Locally oxidized
and some silicified andesite clasts.

45.40 62.30 QUARTZ- PYRITE+/-CLAY REPLACEMENT (16.90m)


Quartz-pyrite-clay alteration after chlorite-epidote altered andesite
porphyry. Slightly oxidized. Fine grained pyrite dissemination,
stringers, clusters and fracture fill with rare chalcopyrite @ 57.4m
and 59.2m-59.8m. Oxidized locally.

62.30 73.60 PROPYLITIZED ANDESITE (11.30m)


EOH Chlorite ± epidote± silica altered andesite porphyry with fine to
medium grained pyrite dissemination, stringers and fracture fill (<
1 %). Occasional millimeter wide calcite veinlets. Slight argillic
overprint @ 68.5m with slight increase in pyrite dissemination and
stringers.
DDH no. LB-28
Coordinates(grid): 10052N/ 9887E
Elevation: 141.50m
Azimuth: 0
Inclination: -90°
DH date started: 22-Mar-04
DH date finished: 8-Apr-04
Total depth: 102.40m
Date logged 12-Apr-04

SUMMARY LITHOLOGIC LOG

0.00 3.25 COLLUVIAL COVER (3.25m)


Broken pebble to cobble size andesitic silicified rock with buff
to reddish brown soil material.
3.25 75.20 QUATERNARY VOLCANIC COVER (71.95m)
Light gray to pinkish gray colour, partly crumbly, brecciated in
few localized segregated sections, weakly, patchy hematitized,
cobble to bouldery fragmental, hornblende andesite set in sandy
to pebbly matrix. White calcite as minimal hairline stringers and
as localized fracture fills. Basically unaltered with fresh
medium grained hornblendes and feldspar phenocrysts.
Included
34.50- 38.70m Sheared zone, highly fractured oriented at 70° TCA

75.20 78.00 FAULT ZONE (2.80m)


Light brown to dark gray solidified sandy to clayey fault gouge.
Sticky when wet.
78.00 85.00 BRECCIATED PARTLY ALTERED ANDESITE.
In-faulted, fresh to partly weakly propylitized moderately
brecciated andesite, clasts in boulder to cobble size set in sandy
to pebbly matrix, calcite along fracture planes. Hornblende and
feldspars fresh to partly replaced by chlorite- magnetite- pyrite.

85.00 102.40 POLYMICTIC BRECCIA (17.40m)


EOH Pebble to cobble size clasts set in finer matrix consisting of
crushed rock materials, the product of clasts attrition. Clasts
consist of broken unaltered, hematitic, to partly weakly
propylitized leached andesite set in sandy finer matrix. Pyrite in
minimal sporadic dissemination and rare veinlets. Calcite
common in rock mass, as veinlets/stringers to usually rim some
clasts.
APPENDIX 4

DRILL HOLE SAMPLE LEDGERS

83
SAMPLE GRID AZIMUTH INCLINATION DISPATCH_N0
TYPE HOLE No. SAMPLER DATE
No. COORDINATES (o) (o) .

58591 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58618 Sludge DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58592 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58593 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58594 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58595 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58596 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58597 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58598 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58599 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58600 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58601 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58602 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58603 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58605 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58606 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58607 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58608 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58609 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003
58610 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58611 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58612 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58613 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58614 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58615 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58616 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003

58617 Drillcore DH LB-14 10185N, 10006E 0 -90 Nonoy Ruelo / Bail Lab-oyan 2003-40 October 24,2003
Interval Au Ag, Rechecked Rechecked Rechecked
DESCRIPTION From (m) To (m) Recovered (m) % Recovery Cu, %
(m) g/mT g/mT Au,g/mT Ag,g/mT Cu,%
Clastic breccia with grits, pebble to cobble size quartz-
7.6 9.5 1.9 1.5 79 0.045 3.2 0.021
barite± pyrite breccia clasts.
No core, only sludge collected
9.5 9.65 0.15
Quartz-barite breccia, fragmented, limonitic with minimal
9.65 11.55 1.9 0.59 12 0.518 2 0.008 0.520
sulphides.
Clay- pyrite altered zone, soft, stickly, patchy limonitic.
30.45 33.2 2.75 2.75 100 0.015 <0.5 0.011
Clay- pyrite altered zone, soft, stickly, gougy in parts.
33.2 36.55 3.35 3.35 100 0.02 0.9 0.021
Hydrobrecciated altered propylitized andesite, included
36.55 38.3 1.75 1.05 60 0.6 1.5 0.038
gray quartz - sulfide vein.
Hydrobrecciated altered andesite with minimal gray quartz -
38.3 40.25 1.95 1.95 100 0.133 3.2 0.071 0.130 0.070 3.100
sulfide- bar vein/veinlets..
Hydrobrecciated altered andesite with minimal gray quartz -
40.25 42.5 2.25 2.1 93 0.51 1.5 0.043
sulfide- bar vein/veinlets..
Quartz- pyrite- chl- clay altered breccia, 5- 10% pyrite.
42.5 46.5 4 3.8 95 0.215 0.8 0.04
Qtz- pyrite- clay breccia with appreciable fragments of
46.5 47.4 0.9 0.83 92 1.075 <0.5 0.012
quartz- barite sulphide replaced rock.
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
47.4 48.85 1.45 0.58 40 12.82 1.1 0.012
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
48.85 50.35 1.5 0.5 33 5.015 0.8 0.019
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
50.35 51.85 1.5 0.95 63 10.03 <0.5 0.004
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
51.85 52.15 0.3 0.07 23 19.89 <0.5 0.012
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
52.15 53.05 0.9 0.07 8 21.875 <0.5 0.004
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
53.05 54.35 1.3 0.39 30 29.728 0.7 0.01 30.145 0.600 0.010
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
54.35 56 1.65 1.4 85 23.73 0.7 0.006
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
56 57.6 1.6 0.98 61 22.73 <0.5 0.004
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
57.6 59.45 1.85 0.88 48 4.495 <0.5 0.008
Qtuartz- pyrite- clay replacement in moderately weathered
59.45 60.35 0.9 0.9 100 0.535 0.9 0.019
andesite, crumbly, friable; quartz± bar veinlets occasional.
Sludge
60.35 61.15 0.8
Pervasive quartz- pyrite- minor barite replacement, cpy
61.15 61.55 0.4 0.39 98 0.33 0.7 0.014
coalesce with very fine pyrite, barite xtals on vugs.
Quartz- clay- pyrite altered hydrothermally brecciated
61.55 63.4 1.85 1.23 66 0.25 <.5 0.097
andesite, pyrite in veinlets and as strong dissemination in
Quartz- clay- pyrite altered hydrothermally brecciated
63.4 65.2 1.8 1.68 93 0.25 1.2 0.018
andesite, pyrite in veinlets and as strong dissemination in
Clay- pyrite- chlorite altered matrix supported breccia
65.2 66.1 0.9 0.9 100 0.13 1.5 0.065
zone, propylitized to moderately silicified pyritic clasts set
Quartz- pyrite - clay altered zone, some clasts consist of
66.1 68 1.9 1.89 99 0.275 4.5 0.133
gray pyritic, silicified sections rimmed by sulfides, partly
Quartz- pyrite - clay altered zone, some clasts consist of
68 69.1 1.1 1.04 95 0.19 2.3 0.09 0.190 2.300 0.090
gray pyritic, silicified sections rimmed by sulfides, partly
Quartz- pyrite - clay altered zone, some clasts consist of
69.1 70.5 1.4 1.4 100 0.115 2.9 0.057
gray pyritic, silicified sections rimmed by sulfides, partly
Recheck
LABORATORY Sludge Sludge LABORATORY RECHECK ITS g/t
Sludge
REFERENCE Sample No. Au,g/mT REFERENCE Au
Au,g/mT
McPhar 03-590 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 0.190 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 58619 0.235 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 58620 3.640 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 58621 6.425 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 58622 6.855 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 58623 4.620 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 58624 23.660 24.370 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 58625 22.010 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 58626 8.145 8.225 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 58627 6.020 McPhar 03-590

McPhar 03-590 58628 7.060 4.760


McPhar 03-590 58629 2.810

58630 2.960

McPhar 03-590 58631 2.370

McPhar 03-590 58632 3.015

McPhar 03-590 58633 1.555

McPhar 03-590 58634 1.635

McPhar 03-590 58635 1.315

McPhar 03-590 58636 1.185 1.200

McPhar 03-590 58637 0.790


SAMPLE No. TYPE HOLE No. GRID COORDINATES AZIMUTH (o) INCLINATION (o) SAMPLER DISPATCH_N0. DATE

58646 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58647 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58648 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58649 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58650 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58651 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58652 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58653 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58654 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58655 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58656 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58657 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58658 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03

58659 Drillcore DH LB-15 10185N/10006E 145° 45º Beil Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003- 42 2-Nov-03
DESCRIPTION From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Recovered (m) % Recovery Au g/t Ag g/t Cu %
Clay- pyrite- quartz replacement, argillic, pyrite at 2-5
volume % in dissemination. 11.20 12.20 1.00 0.81 81 0.020 1.8 0.024

Quart- clay- pyrite replacement, argillic, pyrite at 5


volume % in dissemination. 12.20 14.60 2.40 2.40 100 0.015 1.0 0.024

Quart- pyrite± clay replacement breccia, minimal


quartz fragments, fine to coarse crystalline pyrite( 5- 10
vol %) randomly disseminated in the matrix and clasts. 14.60 17.00 2.40 1.47 61 0.720 2.0 0.020

Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia 17.00 18.50 1.50 0.94 63 7.175 0.7 0.008
Fault breccia, bleached to bluish gray; strongly gougy
with broken few frags of silicified pyritic andesite and 18.50 20.40 1.90 1.80 95 0.115 1.9 0.016
minimal quartz- barite fragments.
Quartz- pyrite± clay altered zone, pyrite in fine diss,
argillic in parts. 20.40 22.15 1.75 1.75 100 0.410 2.9 0.040

Quartz- pyrite± clay altered zone, pyrite in fine diss,


argillic in parts. 22.15 23.40 1.25 1.25 100 0.565 1.5 0.018

Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia 23.40 25.40 2.00 1.90 95 5.770 1.0 0.015
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
25.40 27.35 1.95 1.72 88 5.690 0.5 0.021
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia 27.35 29.60 2.25 1.35 60 19.190 0.6 0.010
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia
29.60 31.60 2.00 1.52 76 8.500 1.0 0.011
Quartz- pyrite replacement zone, with occasional quartz-
pyrite veinlets/ stringers. 31.60 34.10 2.50 2.48 99 0.055 1.2 0.018

Quartz- pyrite replacement zone, with occasional quartz-


pyrite veinlets/ stringers. 34.10 36.70 2.60 2.60 100 0.015 2.4 0.009

Quartz- pyrite replacement zone, with quartz- sulphide


veinlets, vugs grown on by crystalline quartz. 36.70 38.20 1.50 1.50 100 0.015 3.3 0.009
LABORATORY Sludge LABORATORY
Rechecked Au Rechecked Ag Rechecked Cu% Sludge g/t Au Rechecked Au RECHECK ITS g/t Au
REFERENCE Sample No. REFERENCE

McPhar 03-611

McPhar 03-611

McPhar 03-611

McPhar 03-611 58660 4.230 McPhar 03-611

McPhar 03-611

0.410 2.900 0.039 McPhar 03-611

McPhar 03-611 58661 1.103 1.110 McPhar 03-611

McPhar 03-611 58662 2.460 McPhar 03-611

McPhar 03-611 58663 5.710 McPhar 03-611

19.075 McPhar 03-611 58664 9.755 McPhar 03-611

McPhar 03-611 58665 6.945 McPhar 03-611

McPhar 03-611 0.025

McPhar 03-611

McPhar 03-611
SAMPLE No. TYPE HOLE No. GRID COORDINATES AZIMUTH (o) INCLINATION (o) SAMPLER DISPATCH_N0. DATE

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58666 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58667 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58668 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58669 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58670 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58671 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58672 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58673 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva
Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58674 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58675 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58676 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58677 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58678 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58679 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58680 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58681 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58682 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58683 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58684 Drillcore DH LB-16 10185N/10006E 325 78 2003-43 14-Nov-03
Villanueva
Recheck Recheck Recheck LABORATORY
DESCRIPTION From (m) To (m) % Recovery Au g/mT Ag g/mT Cu %
Au g/t Ag g/t Cu% REFERENCE
Quartz- pyrite- sulfide replacement to patchy
propylitized andesite ; bleached- medium to greenish
gray; grayish clasts due to gray quartz replacement 57.00 59.60 96 0.120 2.1 McPhar 03-655
with appreciable fine pyrite + sulphide mineralization.

White quartz vein- barite- pyrite; bleached, fine grained


quartz vein with quartz- barite- sulphide at upper and
near lower contacts. No sulphides with in the massive 59.60 61.40 59 1.160 1.2 McPhar 03-655
white quartz vein. Local hematite banding in places,
few vugs grown-on by saccharoidal q
Clay- pyrite replacement; partly bleached with hairline
stringers of fine grained quartz- barite (5 stringers/m). 61.40 63.00 79 0.115 1.5 McPhar 03-655
Minimal pyrite dissemination.

Quartz- pyrite ± barite; medium gray; broken crystalline


quartz + barite veins/ veinlets lined by gray quartz -
63.00 65.00 88 0.150 3.4 McPhar 03-655
sulphide on selvages,hematitic with minimal jasper
bands.
Quartz- pyirte- clay altered; medium gray to bleached,
partly brecciated, clayey in between clasts; Hematite in
rare minute fractures. Disseminated pyrite (2-5%). 65.00 66.30 98 0.045 1.9 McPhar 03-655

Quartz- pyrite clay; broken 2-3 cm hematitic opalline


quartz + barite vein at 67.00m depth; very fine pyrite
(±2%) sporadically disseminated; clots of magnetite 66.30 67.90 100 0.495 1.4 0.475 1.40 McPhar 03-655
with rare localized chalcopyrite (<<1%).

Clay- pyrite- quartz; gray to patchy bleached clasts in


greenish gray to bleached matrix; propylitized clasts
and quartz- pyrite altered andesite embedded in clayey 75.30 77.90 98 0.195 3 McPhar 03-655
to somewhat gougy matrix with very fine pyrite
dissemination.

Clay- pyrite- quartz; patchy bleached to greenish gray


clasts in bleached clayey to somewhat gougy matrix
77.90 81.00 89 0.005 4.2 0.081 0.005 0.08 4.100 McPhar 03-655
with very fine pyrite dissemination.
Quartz- pyrite- barite breccia; gray chalcedonic-
opalline quartz with minimal sulphide mineralization;
81.00 82.90 47 0.275 2.7 0.116 McPhar 03-655
matrix supported, dominantly argillic/ clayey in parts.

Clay- pyrite- quartz breccia; propylitized and quartz-


pyrite altered andesite clasts embedded in clayey to
82.90 84.80 89 0.095 3.6 0.021 McPhar 03-655
somewhat gougy matrix with very fine pyrite
dissemination.
Gray quartz- sulphide- barite breccia; gray to bleached;
strongly re- brecciated with clayey- argillic to gougy
84.80 86.60 100 0.700 1.9 0.102 McPhar 03-655
matrix; local hematite bands; minimal pyrite.

Gray quartz sulphides with minimal barite; An isolated


quartz- pyrite- hematite replaced zone recorded at 86.60 87.15 100 0.045 3.3 0.116 McPhar 03-655
86.60- 87.15m.
Gray quartz sulphides with minimal barite; crystals of
chalcopyrite noted at 87.75m depth. 87.15 88.65 80 0.540 2.1 0.063 McPhar 03-655

Quartz- pyrite- clay replacement breccia; dark gray;


brecciated with very fine disseminated pyrite (2%). 88.65 91.30 100 0.040 3.8 0.123 McPhar 03-655
Jarosite in places due to oxidized pyrite.

Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia; bleached; pyrite in few


larger crystals to commonly fine with minor individually 91.30 92.30 90 1.140 3.2 0.075 McPhar 03-655
occurring chalcopyrite grains.

Quartz- pyrite- clay; broken core containing minimal


pyrite; moderately- weakly silicified clasts, local 92.30 93.30 100 0.050 2.4 0.058 0.05 2.40 0.058 McPhar 03-655
hematite stains.
Gray quartz- sulphide- barite breccia; chalcedonic
matrix supported; occasional hematite bands; minimal 93.30 96.40 39 0.400 2.5 0.04 McPhar 03-655
chalcopyrite grains;

Strongly brecciated gray quartz- barite- sulphides;


partly hematitized; pyrite in appreciable dissemination 96.40 97.35 95 0.135 1.7 0.061 McPhar 03-655
within the matrix.
Quartz- pyrite- clay replacement; light gray, weak to
moderately silicified, sulphidic with localized jarosite 97.35 99.30 95 0.005 3.4 0.01 McPhar 03-655
staining. Localized pyritic gouge.
Sludge Recheck LABORATORY
Sludge Sample No. Sludge Au g/mT RECHECK ITS g/t Au
Au g/mT REFERENCE

58685 0.455 McPhar 03-655


58686 0.685 McPhar 03-655

58687 0.335 McPhar 03-655

58688 0.385 McPhar 03-655

58689 0.36 McPhar 03-655

58690 0.54 McPhar 03-655

58691 0.425 0.405 McPhar 03-655

58692 1.13 McPhar 03-655

58693 1.325 McPhar 03-655

58694 1.005 McPhar 03-655

58695 1.085 McPhar 03-655


SAMPLE GRID AZIMUTH
o
No. TYPE HOLE No. COORDINATES ( ) INCLINATION (o) SAMPLER DISPATCH_N0. DATE DESCRIPTION From (m)
Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58696 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 Qtz-py-clay altered zone 35.1
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58697 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 Qtz-bar-sulfide-BXA 36.2
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58698 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 Qtz-bar-sulfide-BXA 38.55
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58699 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 Qtz-bar-sulfide-BXA 40.4
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58700 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 Qtz-bar-sulfide-BXA 42.35
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58701 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 Clay-qtz-sulfide-barite-breccia 44.55
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Clay-qtz-sulfide-barite-breccia; clay-qtz-


58702 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 46.15
Villanueva sulfide veinlets/ vein w/ cpy blebs

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58703 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 Quartz-pyrite-sulfide-breccia 47.4
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Quartz-pyrite-chlorite-calcite-magnitite


58704 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 50.3
Villanueva breccia

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Qtz-py-sulfide-chl± mg replacement


58705 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 52.95
Villanueva Bxa,partly andesitic
Sulphidic qtz- pyrite- sulphide replacement
Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58706 Drillcore DH LB-17 10200N,9999E 145 80 2003-44 23-Nov-03 breccia 55.50
Villanueva
Recheck Recheck Recheck Recheck Recheck LABORATORY
To (m) Interval (m) Recovered (m) % Recovery Au g/mt Ag g/mt Cu % Pb % Zn % Au g/mT Ag g/mT Cu % Pb % Zn % REFERENCE

36.2 1.1 0.75 68 0.245 1.10 0.022 0.003 0.016 0.250 1.400 0.022 0.003 0.016 McPhar No. 03-680

38.55 2.35 1.15 49 7.130 1.00 0.007 0.001 0.002 McPhar No. 03-680

40.4 1.85 1.07 58 18.400 0.60 0.006 0.001 0.001 McPhar No. 03-680

42.35 1.95 1.02 52 13.215 0.60 0.005 0.001 0.001 13.265 McPhar No. 03-680

44.55 2.2 1.6 73 0.660 2.40 0.029 0.007 0.022 McPhar No. 03-680

46.15 1.6 1.17 73 0.240 3.30 0.183 0.004 0.010 McPhar No. 03-680

47.4 1.25 0.77 62 0.330 2.00 0.090 0.004 0.004 McPhar No. 03-680

50.3 2.9 2.75 95 0.065 2.00 0.064 0.030 0.128 McPhar No. 03-680

52.95 2.65 2.6 98 0.010 1.60 0.010 0.023 0.082 McPhar No. 03-680

55.5 2.55 2.28 89 0.030 1.20 0.026 0.058 0.154 McPhar No. 03-680

57.00 1.50 0.67 45 0.075 McPhar No. 03-680


0.075
Sludge Sludge Sludge LABORATORY RECHECK ITS
Sample No. g/t Au Recheck Au REFERENCE g/t Au

58707 5.770 McPhar Batch 03-680

58708 11.865 11.840 McPhar Batch 03-680

58709 11.570 McPhar Batch 03-680

58710 5.085 McPhar Batch 03-680

58711 1.855 McPhar Batch 03-680

58712 1.110 McPhar Batch 03-680


GRID
SAMPLE No. TYPE HOLE No. AZIMUTH (o) INCLINATION (o) SAMPLER DISPATCH_N0. DATE DESCRIPTION
COORDINATES
Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Qtz-bar-sulp-replacement-bxa w/ dominant
58720 Drillcore DH LB-18 10200N,9999E 145 45 2003-45 Dec. 02, 2003
Villanueva py, minimal cpy blebs.
Bail Lab-oyan/Iris qtz-bar-sulp-bxa;clayey with py stringer,
58721 Drillcore DH LB-18 10200N,9999E 145 45 2003-45 Dec. 02, 2003
Villanueva suspected cpy noted.
Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58722 Drillcore DH LB-18 10200N,9999E 145 45 2003-45 Dec. 02, 2003 cly-qtz-bar-sulp-replacement bxa
Villanueva
highly sulphidic-qtz-py-cly replacement
Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58723 Drillcore DH LB-18 10200N,9999E 145 45 2003-45 Dec. 02, 2003 bxa;gougy; highly altered andesite. 20-30%
Villanueva
py,± cpy as stringer and blebs

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Qtz-py-cly replacement bxa; highly altered


58724 Drillcore DH LB-18 10200N,9999E 145 45 2003-45 Dec. 02, 2003
Villanueva andesite.15-20% py, ± cpy dissemination.
Recovered Recheck Sludge Sludge Au
From (m) To (m) Interval (m) % Recovery Au g/t Ag g/t Cu % Pb % Zn % LABORATORY REFERENCE
(m) Au g/t Sample No. g/t

21 23 2 0.84 42 3.945 1.2 0.012 McPhar Batch No.03-694 58725 2.145

23 24.9 1.9 1.33 70 10.56 0.6 0.008 10.28 McPhar Batch No.03-694 58726 2.990

24.9 27.1 2.2 1.2 55 3.34 2.6 0.015 McPhar Batch No.03-694 58727 4.220

27.1 29.9 2.8 2.27 81 0.055 6.3 0.022 0.078 0.243 McPhar Batch No.03-694 58728 1.995

29.9 32.1 2.2 2.2 100 0.02 7.1 0.026 0.058 0.2 McPhar Batch No.03-694 58729 0.875
Sludge Recheck LABORATORY RECHECK
Au g/t REFERENCE ITS g/t Au

McPhar Batch No.03-694

McPhar Batch No.03-694

4.335 McPhar Batch No.03-694

McPhar Batch No.03-694

McPhar Batch No.03-694


o
SAMPLE No. TYPE HOLE No. GRID COORDINATES AZIMUTH ( ) INCLINATION (o) SAMPLER DISPATCH_N0. DATE

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58745 Drillcore DH LB-19 10,200N/10,014E 145 45 2003-45 9-Dec-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58746 Drillcore DH LB-19 10,200N/10,014E 145 45 2003-45 9-Dec-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58747 Drillcore DH LB-19 10,200N/10,014E 145 45 2003-44 9-Dec-03
Villanueva

Bail Lab-oyan/Iris
58748 Drillcore DH LB-19 10,200N/10,014E 145 45 2003-44 9-Dec-03
Villanueva
Recheck Recheck LABORATORY
DESCRIPTION From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Recovered (m) % Recovery Au g/t Ag g/t
Au g/t Ag g/t REFERENCE
Patchy sulphidic clay- pyrite replacement with dark
sulphides as bands, fracture fill and discrete crystal
15.30 18.70 3.40 2.75 81 0.035 0.5 McPhar Batch No.03-719
dissemination, partly limonitic. Faulted at 18.00-
18.70m.
Quartz- barite- sulphide breccia; gray quartz with strong
pyrite- sulphide mineralization. Rare chalcopyrite. Partly 18.70 21.00 2.30 1.95 85 3.485 0.7 McPhar Batch No.03-719
sheared. Xtalline barite interlock with quartz.

Fault breccia, slickensided with few frags of quartz-


sulphide- barite breccia and quartz- clay- pyrite altered 21.00 21.70 0.70 0.70 100 0.395 2 4.15 2.10 McPhar Batch No.03-719
rock. Minimal fine pyrite dissemination.

Clay- pyrite replacement with appreciable pyrite


21.70 22.35 0.65 0.60 92 0.075 0.6 McPhar Batch No.03-719
dissemination and as bands/ veinlets.
Sludge Sludge LABORATORY RECHECK ITS
Ag g/t
Sample No. Au g/t REFERENCE g/t Au

McPhar Batch
58749 2.990
No.03-719
SAMPLE
TYPE HOLE No. GRID COORDINATES AZIMUTH (o) INCLINATION (o) SAMPLER DISPATCH_N0.
No.

58750 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58751 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58752 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58753 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58754 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58755 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58756 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58757 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58758 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58759 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 85 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58760 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58761 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-47

58778 Drillcore DH LB-20 10185N/10042E 145 75 Bail Lab-oyan/Iris Villanueva 2003-48


DATE DESCRIPTION From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Recovered (m)

Cly-bar-sulphide replacement Breccia;w/ yellow color


17-Dec-03 6.10 7.40 1.30 0.6
clay,and oxidized sulphide stringers
Qtz-bar-sulphide Bxa;gray to chalcedonic w/ stong
17-Dec-03 hematitic to limonitic stains,±20%py. Vugs and veinlets 7.40 9.70 2.30 0.82
are highly oxidized
Cly-bar-sulphide replacement Breccia;w/ yellow color
17-Dec-03 9.70 12.40 2.70 0.64
clay, ±15% py and specs of cpy(?).

Cly-bar-sulphide replacement Breccia;w/ yellow color


17-Dec-03 12.40 14.50 2.10 1.46
clay, ±15% py.

Qtz-bar-sulphide Bxa;gray to chalcedonic qtz with white


17-Dec-03 14.50 16.50 2.00 1.37
clay.

Qtz-bar-sulphide Bxa; w/ strong yellow clay, fault gauge


17-Dec-03 16.50 18.30 1.80 1.14
along 17.20-17.70

Cly-bar-sulphide replacement Breccia;w/ yellow color


17-Dec-03 18.30 20.10 1.80 1.3
clay, ±15% py and specs of cpy(?).

Qtz-bar-sulphide Bxa;gray to chalcedonic qtz with white


17-Dec-03 20.10 22.05 1.95 1.45
clay.

Qtz-bar-sulphide Bxa;gray to chalcedonic qtz with white


17-Dec-03 22.05 24.35 2.30 1.77
clay.

Qtz-bar-sulphide Bxa;gray to chalcedonic qtz with white


17-Dec-03 24.35 26.60 2.25 1.8
clay.

Qtz-bar-sulphide Bxa;gray to chalcedonic qtz with white


17-Dec-03 26.60 28.40 1.80 1.6
clay.

17-Dec-03 Qtz-py-altered andesite 28.40 29.00 0.60 0.57

Weathered andesite, propylitized, fractured; oxidized


7-Jan-04 4.10 6.10 2.00 0.15
near surface
Recheck Recheck LABORATORY Sludge Sludge Au Sludge Sludge Recheck Sludge Recheck
% Recovery Au g/t Ag g/t
Au g/t Ag g/t REFERENCE Sample No. g/mT Ag g/mT Au g/mT Ag g/ mT

46.15 2.050 5.3 Mcphar No.03-731

35.65 5.980 5.4 Mcphar No.03-731 58762 3.410 7.00

23.70 3.945 11 Mcphar No.03-731

69.52 14.435 1.4 14.095 Mcphar No.03-731 58763 4.780 6.50

68.50 8.455 2.800 Mcphar No.03-731 58764 9.565 1.20

63.33 1.280 3.80 Mcphar No.03-731 58765 7.965 1.20

72.22 0.295 2.80 Mcphar No.03-731 58766 1.665 2.20

74.36 0.260 0.90 0.270 0.80 Mcphar No.03-731 58767 0.805 1.30 0.820 1.20

76.96 10.650 0.50 10.680 Mcphar No.03-731 58768 10.450 0.60

80.00 3.955 1.90 Mcphar No.03-731 58769 7.830 1.90

88.89 4.135 119.55 Mcphar No.03-731 58770 11.875 38.10

95.00 0.070 1.5 0.075 Mcphar No.03-731 58771 4.250 10.10

7.50 0.010 2.3 Mcphar No.04-038


LABORATORY RECHECK
REFERENCE ITS g/t Au

Mcphar No.03-731

Mcphar No.03-731

Mcphar No.03-731

Mcphar No.03-731

Mcphar No.03-731

Mcphar No.03-731

Mcphar No.03-731

Mcphar No.03-731

Mcphar No.03-731

Mcphar No.03-731
SAMPLE
TYPE HOLE No. GRID COORDINATES UTM COORDINATES AZIMUTH (o) INCLINATION (o) ELEVATION (asl) DATE STARTED DATE COMPLETED TOTAL DEPTH (m)
No.
58790 CORE DH LB-21 10200N/9971E 1509564N/ 310415E 0 -90º 145 8-Jan-04 23-Jan-04 109.5

58791 CORE DH LB-21 10200N/9971E 1509564N/ 310415E 0 -90º 145 8-Jan-04 23-Jan-04 109.5

58792 CORE DH LB-21 10200N/9971E 1509564N/ 310415E 0 -90º 145 8-Jan-04 23-Jan-04 109.5

58793 CORE DH LB-21 10200N/9971E 1509564N/ 310415E 0 -90º 145 8-Jan-04 23-Jan-04 109.5

58794 CORE DH LB-21 10200N/9971E 1509564N/ 310415E 0 -90º 145 8-Jan-04 23-Jan-04 109.5

58796 CORE DH LB-21 10200N/9971E 1509564N/ 310415E 0 -90º 145 8-Jan-04 23-Jan-04 109.5

58798 CORE DH LB-21 10200N/9971E 1509564N/ 310415E 0 -90º 145 8-Jan-04 23-Jan-04 109.5

58799 CORE DH LB-21 10200N/9971E 1509564N/ 310415E 0 -90º 145 8-Jan-04 23-Jan-04 109.5

58800 CORE DH LB-21 10200N/9971E 1509564N/ 310415E 0 -90º 145 8-Jan-04 23-Jan-04 109.5
DATE SAMPLED SAMPLER DISPATCH_N0. DESCRIPTION From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Recovered (m) % Recovery Au g/t

24-Jan-04 Bail/ Iris 2004-02 Clay- pyrite breccia with minimal pyrite (1-2%) within 89.40 93.90 4.50 4.1 91 0.005
the matrix. Dark gray fine sulfide bands occur in few
locations.
24-Jan-04 Bail/ Iris 2004-02 Clay- quartz- sulphide breccia with jasperoidal quartz- 93.90 95.20 1.30 0.7 54 0.770
pyrite veinlets in parts.
24-Jan-04 Bail/ Iris 2004-02 Bleached argillic zone with quartz- barite breccia 95.20 96.70 1.50 1.05 70 0.155
fragments.
24-Jan-04 Bail/ Iris 2004-02 Quartz- sulphide breccia with clay/ argillic matrix. 96.70 98.70 2.00 1.7 85 0.510
Minimal pyrite.
24-Jan-04 Bail/ Iris 2004-02 Fault breccia, gougy with fragments of silicified rock 98.70 100.20 1.50 0.75 50 0.180
and quartz- sulphide ± barite clasts.
24-Jan-04 Bail/ Iris 2004-02 Quartz- barite- pyrite breccia, 20% recovered material. 100.20 101.20 1.00 0.2 20 1.005

24-Jan-04 Bail/ Iris 2004-02 Quartz- barite- pyrite breccia, 50% recovered material. 101.20 103.40 2.20 0.1 5 0.200

24-Jan-04 Bail/ Iris 2004-02 Quartz- clay-pyrite replacement breccia. Few pyrite as 103.40 104.50 1.10 0.9 82 0.060
diss and as bands.

24-Jan-04 Bail/ Iris 2004-02 Quartz- clay-pyrite replacement andesite, few pyrite as 104.50 105.00 0.50 0.45 90 0.005
diss and as stringers.
LABORATORY Sludge Sample Sludge Recheck Au LABORATORY
Ag g/t Cu,% Recheck Au g/t Recheck Ag g/t Recheck Cu,% RECHECK ITS g/t Au Sludge Au g/mT
REFERENCE No. g/mT REFERENCE
1.20 0.008 Mcphar 04-072

5.90 0.256 0.770 5.9 0.256 Mcphar 04-072 59501 0.890 0.900 Mcphar 04-072

2.10 0.086 Mcphar 04-072 59502 0.520 Mcphar 04-072

1.60 0.049 Mcphar 04-072 59503 0.760 Mcphar 04-072

2.40 0.024 Mcphar 04-072 59504 1.465 Mcphar 04-072

3.20 0.004 Mcphar 04-072 59506 0.415 Mcphar 04-072

3.40 0.021 Mcphar 04-072 59507 0.500 Mcphar 04-072

3.60 0.026 Mcphar 04-072 59508 0.650 Mcphar 04-072

3.30 0.011 Mcphar 04-072 59509 0.090 Mcphar 04-072


SAMPLE DATE TOTAL DEPTH
TYPE HOLE No. GRID COORDINATES UTM COORDINATES AZIMUTH (o) INCLINATION (o) ELEVATION (asl) DATE STARTED
No. COMPLETED (m)

59510 Drill core LB-22 10217N/ 10000E 1509551N/ 310406E 145° -45° 148 25-Jan-04 29-Jan-04 41.5

59511 Drill core LB-22 10217N/ 10000E 1509551N/ 310406E 145° -45° 148 25-Jan-04 29-Jan-04 41.5
Sludge
DATE SAMPLED SAMPLER DISPATCH_N0. DESCRIPTION From (m) To (m) % Recovery Au g/t Sludge Au g/t
Sample No.
Fault breccia with fine pyrite
31-Jan-04 Bail Lab-oyan 2004-04 disseminations and included white to 23.30 24.55 96 0.025 59521 0.02
gray quartz- pyrite breccia fragments.
Sheared zone with broken quartz- barite-
pyrite breccia clasts, minimal pyrite
31-Jan-04 Bail Lab-oyan 2004-04 24.55 26.40 89 0.835 59522 1.78
disseminations, few sulphide bands
noted.
Sludge Recheck LABORATORY
Au g/t REFERENCE

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