1 REPORT ON DIAMOND DRILLING I SUSTUT RIVER FIR AND BIRD MINERAL CLAIMS OF THE BIRCH GROUP, OMINECA, M.D. WESFROB MINES LIMITED July 1, August 23, 1974 Vancouver, B. C. August 23, 1974 G. Harper D.H. Brown, P. Eng. I Mines and F'*a?r:~inutn Rarocrrces I S...I.O..8. No.... MAP...,...,..., ww-..,
2 C O N T E N T S Page INTRODUCTION... 1 SCOPE OF DIAMOND DRILLING PROGRAM... 1 ASSESSMENT APPLICATION AND COSTS USED... 2 AFFIDAVIT ON APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF WORK... 3 STATEMENT OF WORK... 4 STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS... 5 APPENDICES APPENDIX A - DIRECT DRILL HOLE INVOICES. APPENDIX B - DERIVATION OF INDIRECT COSTS OF SUSTUT DRILLING APPENDIX C - DRILLING CONTRACT APPENDIX D - DIAMOND DRILL HOLE LOG No. B.l - MAPS REGIONAL LOCATION PLAN... (In pocket) R~DRILL HOLE, CLAIM AND TOPOGRAPHIC PROPERTY LOCATION PLAN... (In pocket)
3 INTRODUCTION The Bird and Day claims lie in rugged mountainous country of the Swannell Range, 250 miles northwest of Prince George, B.C. Access to the claims is by helicopter the last 25 miles from gravel airstrips at Johanson Lake or bloose Valley. N.T. Air runs a fixed wing plane service from Prince George into both Moose Valley and Johanson Lake. Alternative supply routes are by the Mining Access Road from Fort St. James to Johanson Lake or up the B.C. Railroad construction grade from Fort St. James to Bear Lake. Heavy freight, fuel and equipment were brought up the road while personnel and urgent supplies are carried by air direct from Prince George. SCOPE OF DINIOND DRILLING PROGRAM Prospecting operations by Wesfrob Mines Limited during 1972 and 1973 resulted in delineation of several targets of unknown extent. A number of m.c.s. were staked including the Bird and Day claims. They lie north and south of a steep ridge in cirques with deeply overburden covered floors. A camp was established at the centre of the Day claims from which to conduct helicopter supported diamond drilling on both targets. S & H Drilling Co., Ltd., were awarded a contract for 5000 feet of AQ diamond drilling on these various claims. They proved themselves efficient and reasonably priced.
4 The drill program was completed a few days ago, and demobilisation of the equipment is now in progress. Therefore exact bills for these latter costs have not been received yet, and estimates based on comparable mobilisation costs are assumed. All core is stored on racks at the Sustut claims camp eight miles to the northwest. ASSESSMENT APPLICATION AND COSTS USED As required by the recently modified Mineral Act of B.C., enclosed are: location plans, copies of diamond drill logs, and the drill contract and financial statements itemizing the costs. The direct costs of drilling each hole are presented, but it should be noted that these are only a partial cost as camp construction, supply and technical services can not be separated for individual drill holes. Therefore, a detailed statement is presented of the composition of these indirect costs, the total reduced to a unit cost per foot. Invoices to support these stated expenditures are available in the Company's, Vancouver office for inspection. Vancouver, B.C. August 23, 1974 G. Harper D.H. Brown
5 4WMOO mnmmaiiiyamm DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES FORM B (Section 51 ) MINERAL ACT Aflidavit on Application to Record Work 1. I,.. 4:... Agent for... Wesfrok.-Mine~Lim.i.ted #SO \'PdTe'~ender.. Street...-- #SO %;i) - Pender... Street Vancouver, B!F?*~~E 2S Vancouver _L-.L- fpvm' V6E 2S3 Free Miner's Certificate No Free 'Miner's Certificate NO J.ZZ08... Date issued... Date issued!!a~-&~1973 MAKE OATH AND SAY: 2. I have done, or ci?used to be done, work on the.- B-ii~~hh-G~.9.~~ Bird #95 -Mineral Claim(s) Record No. (s) Situate at Q!.N., !.WW...W...in the Crminew.~W...M'iing Division, to the value of at least... 44QQ. dollars. Work was done from the... Lo;!-day of A~gllst.-.~ , to the 13.th_day of -&U~US-~ 19? The following is a detailed statement of such work done in the 12 months in which such work is required to be done. (COM3LE'i-E APP?,O?RIATE SECTION(S) A, 8, C, D, BELOW) A. PXYSiCAL (Trenches, open cuts, adits, pits, shafts, reclamation, and construction of roads and trails) (Give details as required by regulations) I CCLST ---- I TOTAL I wish to apply $... of this work to the claims listed below. (State number of years to be applied to each claim and its month of record)
6 8. DRILLING COST Direct Cost 1 --$.3r12~~ 1 I Tot a1 _$6,403: =-. Ji.- (Details as per report submitted) l*direct cost 3, I wish to apply $6400 of this work to the claims listed below. (State number of ycan to be applied to each claim and its month of record) -2.. yrs.,. ea,~ P.i~d~~98~.--ZO,. 95.~92 -,.- 99,-1QL- 7132_ms $?-,800 Record g122068, 70, 95-97, 99, r. ea. - [Bird 2, 4. 6, 35, 37-42, 67, 69, 18 claims 3, )I.---- JZ.~24,..t~3---g~s Record #122002,'04, 06, 35, 37-42, "-+7;-6977-fs76;---, niZ.i - - 4=== C. PROSPECTING (Details as per report submitted) I --I I wish to apply of this work to the claims listed below. (State number of years to be applied to each claim and its month of record) - D. GEOLOGICAL, GEOCHEMICAL. GEOPHYSICAL (Includeslinecutting) (State type of work) I TOTAL I wish to apply $ of this work to the claims listed below. (State number of years to be applied to each claim and its month of record) I - NOTE-Dollar value of work done under A, B, C, or D sections, totalling $200, may be applied as one year's work. Who paid for the above-described work? Name Address If you intend to claim a refund of cash in lieu undcr the provisions of the Mineral Act, you must make application on this affidavit under A, B, C, or D sections as applicable. 4. That I havc not and will not use the work declared herein in any way for the purposes of obtaining tax exemption on a Crown-granted mineral claim under the terms of the Tuxation Act. SWORN and subscribed to ~~v~~eby-y.~~x,j.,.c,,,) this 23rd day ot,aug~~~_f~ 19I-4..., before me This arodavit mey be taken hy a pnon empowered to take afildavlu by the Evldtncr Act of Britlrh Columhir.
7 DOMINION OF CANADA: 1 1, fh&? of the assessment report using the cost PROVINCE OF BRITISH CoLuMBIA- 1 of dimondodrilling on the claim8 of BIRCH Group in Omineca To WIT: M.D. at 56 30'N latitude and 'W longitude. David H. Brown of West Pender Street, Vancouver V6E 2S3, B.C. I in the Province of British Columbia, do solemnly declare that the fol lowing dri 11 ing costs were incurred between August 10 and August 13, Direct Costs: (See S E H Drilling invoices - Appendix A) Aug.10-13/74 A.X.T. D.D.H. B.l 365 ft. $3,129 Indirect Costs : (See Derivation of: - Appendix B) And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the " Canada Evidence Act." Declared before me at the of, in the / Province of British Columbia, this day of, A.D. --_ A Commissioner for taking Afidavits within British Columbia or A Notary Public in and for the Province of British Columbia.
9 WESFROB MINES LIMITED WEST PENDER STREET TELEPHONE: TELEX VANCOUVER I, B. C.,CANAOA August 23, 1974 The Mining Recorder, Omineca Mining Division, Smithers, B.C. Dear Sir, Re : Statement of Qualifications This is to certify that the work covered under the attached report was carried out under the supervision of Mr. B. Manchuk, and under my direction. Mr. Manchuk is a graduate of the University of Manitoba receiving his B.Sc. Geology in 1968 and his M.Sc. Geology in Core logging was carried out by B. Manchuk. Surveying and drill hole layout was carried out by R. Esson, a qualified field surveyor and draftsman for the past five years. I am a graduate in engineering geology from the University of British Columbia, and a member of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario and British Columbia. Yours truly, WESFROB MINES LIMITED, 4dd D.H. Brown, P.Eng.
10 A P P E N D I X A DIRECT DRILL HOLE INVOICES
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12 A P P E N D I X B DERIVATION OF INDIRECT COSTS OF SUSTUT DRILLING
13 DAY AND BIRD CLAIMS INDIRECT DRILLING COSTS Est. to Aspaid Completion to of Job July 31 August 31 Total 1) 1974 Season Operating Expenses $ $ $ General and Geology A) Salaries and wages for G. Harper and B. blanchuk supervision, B. Manchuk - core logging, R. Esson & C. Minnes surveyor and helper controlling DDH layout; R. Macphee - camp construction. B) Field Expenses - sundry supplies and repairs C) Local transportation 206B 4 FHllOO helicopters support for ca-p. D) Travelling expenses to and from Day camp - Vancouver for ancillary staff - C.P. Air, N.T. Air. - Diamond Drilling E) Field expenses - core boxes F) Local transportation 206B, FHllOO helicopters for moving drills between set-ups. G) Travelling Expenses: Vancouver - Sustut for drill, drill crew,... mobilization time, C.P. Air/ N.T. Air tickets, helicopter transportation of personnel and equipment - airstrip to camp. Trucking fuel from Fort St. James : Johanson Lake. Camp Operation H) Salaries and wages - D. Ramsay, cook. I) Camp supplies less meal charge outs to S & H Drilling Co., Material for camp construction and trucking costs. J) Report Preparation, Drafting, typing time, D.H. Brown- G. Harper - report preparation. Totals Total drilled footage, on Day and Bird Claims in 1974.', Unit indirect costs per foot = 4,533 ft.
14 A-P-P-E-N-D-I-LC DRILLING CONTRACT
15 ; y/---lo /.t'.?, DRILLING CONTRACT THIS AGREL\Ehi made as of the 8d day of / 7 79 ' IYESFROB MINES LIMITED #SO West Pender Street Vancouver, B.C. V6E 2S3 (hereinafter called "the Company") - and - S & H DRILLING COMPANY LIMITED th Avenue Surrey, B.C. V4A 121 (hereinafter called "the Contrzctor") OF THE FIRST PART OF THE SECOXD PART WITNESSETH that in consideration of the payments to be made by the Company and of the premises and rcutual promises and agreements herein contained, L the parties hereto agree as follows: 1. Introduction The Contractor agrees to perform fortht~ith certain piping- and diamond drilling (hereinafter sometimes called the "iyorktl) on the land of the Coripany situ- ated in the District of Omineca Flining Division in the Province of B.C. and knom as the Day, Drone, Sit, Grizzly Property. 2. Propert). The Conpany shall allow the Contractor, at the Contractor's discre- tion, to look over the property and zrea to be drilled, and where possible shall indicate the position of set-ups. The Company shall at its o:m expense provide all rights of way, all rights of ingress or egress and all real property that nay be required in connection with the Kork including real property upon which all necessary tenporary buildiiigs nay be erected, and other facilities required, and shall also varrant the quiet 2nd peaceful possession of a11 such real property. 4
16 During the course of the Work, the Contractor shall at all times L. keep the Company's premises free from accumulation of waste material or rubbish and upon completion of the Kork shall remove all tools, scaffolding, surplus materials and rubbish and leave the premises in a clean condition. It is the Contractor's responsibility to comply wi'th the standards specified in the B.C. Litter Act to the satisfaction of the Company's representative. 3. Diamond Drills The Contractor agrees to supply one diamond drilling outfit together with the necessary men and supplies to carry on the Work to operate 20 hours per day 7 days per week and to pay all expenses of the \fork not otherwise provided for in this Agreement. All machines must be mobilized and ready to start drilling at the site not later than August 1st Footage 'L The Contractor agrees to sink by piping and/or bore by core drilling 5,000 lineal feet of AQ core drilling and the Company guarantees to the Contractor ~JI aggregate minimum footage only of 5,000 lineal feet, holes to be not less than lineal feet or not greater than 1,500 lineal feet in depth, measurements to be taken from the top of the casing pipe. degrees, It is agreed that no hole shall be flatter than forty (40) If the Contractor and the Company's Representative mutually agree that loose and caving material will prevent successful completion of a hole, the Contractor shall not be obligated to drill to any specified depth. 5. Price per f.'oor for Piping The price per foot for piping in overburden for AQ dri 1 ling shall be charged at the follorsing rates; *. - I From 0 fcct to 25 feet in depth - $9.00 pcr foot Rcyond 25 feet js Cost plus 15%
17 .. 6. Pipe and Casing L It is agreed that the cost of all material lost or left in holes while driving pipe or drilling shall be borne by the Contractor. However should the Companyts Representative instruct the Contractor, to leave any pipe or casing in the holes, the Company will pay for the same at cost per foot, FOB drill site. It is agreed' that if a hole requires reaming to allow drilling to proceed, the Cozpany will pay the Contractor at the folloriing rates: From 0 feet to 500 feet in depth - $2.50'per foot 7. Price per Foot for Core Drilling The price per foot for AQ core drilling shall be charged at the following rates : From 0 feet to 500 feet in depth - '$8.20 per foot 500 feet to 1,000 feet in depth - $8.80 per foot. 1,000 feet to 1,500 feet in depth - $9.80 per foot (a) IVhen the total footage drilled exceeds 5,000 feet, the above prices may be reconsidered. (b) Costs: Any reference to COST in the Agreement shall be inter- preted as follo~~s: All labour provided by the Contractor will be at the all-inclusive rate of $8.25 per man hour. All material.and supplies provided by the Contractor will be at cost, plus a nominal - 15% for hmdling, accounting, et cetera.
18 8. Mobilization and Demobilization It is agreed the cost and expense of moving the contractorls drills, as well as all equipment, parts, supplies and personnel necessary for the work from Vancouver, British Columbia, to the initial drill site and return thereof from the final dri 11 site to, Vancouver, British Columbia, shall be for the Company's account. It is also agreed that the Contractor will supervise operations involved if at all possible, and the Conlpany will remunerate the Contractor for expenses. This includes wages at $8.25 per man hour and a maximum of one day's travelling time for the Contractorls crews to the first drill site. The above transportation at the Company's expense does not include transportation charges for unscheduled replacement labour or replacement parts, the cost of which shall be borne by the Contractor. 9. Water Supply The Contractor agrees to pump water against pressures of up to 325 pounds per square inch over distances up to 2,000 feet. ' Pumping over distances and heads in excess of this will be at cost plus 15%. 10. Surveying Holes The Contractor agrees to supply an Tnline Clinoineter; test tubes and four per cent Hydrofluric Acid and take tests, for dip angle only, that may be required by the Comp~ny, and the charge per test shall be as follows: From 0 feet to 1,000 feet in depth - $20.00 per test However should the Company request the use of other types of surveying equipncnt such as a Pajari Bore Hole Surveying instrunent, the Conpany agrees to have nn Engineer on the job and yay the Contractor $16.50 per hour for the men and...-. equipment for the time required to do the sunrey and $5.25 per hour per man ~hile.waiting for instructions. 4
19 12. Extra Footage If the Contractor sees fit to back up a hole for reasons of its own ard starts to redrill the hole, such drilling shall be at the Contractor's expense until the hole arrives at the depth previously turned in to the Company. 13. Cementing (a) It is agreed that the return flow of water must be kept in all drill holes. If a hole requires ceinenting due to lost water or rock cave the drilling nay be stopped to permit cementing but such stoppages shall be only with the consent of the Company' s Representative. The cost of cement and cementing shall be paid for by the Company at the following rates : From 0 feet to 1,000 feet in depth - $ per cement job It is agreed that a "cement job" shall include up to three bags of cement; quantities of cement in excess of three bags xi11 be chargeable to the Company at COST. (b) If it is mutually agreed that drilling mud or drilling mud additives are required, the extra cost of using mud or drilling mud additives will be invoiced to the Company at COST. (c) It is agreed that any unreasonable delay caused by the necessity of waiting for instructions shall be paid 'for by the Company at COST. 14. tiloving It is agreed that all costs, other than helicopter charges, of moving from hole to hole shall bc borne by the Contrnctor, except when the move is more than 1,000 feet ulien the cost is for thc Co~pany s account. No further consideration 1 of costs of moving and setting up sllall be given, but the Conpany agrees to coopcratc in every way possible to avoid difficult moves and set-ups.
20 L 15. Core It is agreed that the core shall be kept in boxes provided by the Company and the Contractor shall cover, wire and transport all core from the drill site to a location, designated by the Company's Representative at the time of the site inspec- tion described in Clause 2, at no cost to the Company, except that the Company will pay for helicopter time. I L. 16. Daily Reports The Contractor agrees to give the Company's Representative carbon copies of all daily diamond drill reports, daily. 17. Camps The Company will provide camps, and cookery and will provide board for the Contract or1 s Representative (s) at $3.50 per meal. L 18. \Vorkmenl s Compensat ion The Contractor agrees, at its own expense, to comply with all require- m,ents of the.mechanicls Lien Act, Workmen's Compensation Act, Unemployment Insurance Act, Hours of Work and Vacations with Pay Act and generally all Federal and Provincial Acts and Regulations concerning employment applicable to the ContractoYs operations, including obtaining all necessary permits and licenses, and agrees to indemnify the Company against all claims, loss, damages and expenses incurred by the Contractor's failure to make the necessary returns or pajmcnts or by any violation of any such Acts and/or Regulations.. I+-,. Invoices \$ill be rendered twice monthly, and will be due and payable in full in Canadian funds within 30 days after receipt thereof by the Company. 20. Pcrforrlarlce and Efficiency L It is mutually agreed that the Company's Representative and Contractor's Forcma~ will cooperate s.0 that as high a percentage of core recovery trill bc made as due 1 di'ligcnce will allottl.
21 The Contractor shall at all times enforce strict discipline and maintain good order among its employees and shall not retain on the Work any unfit Lu.. person or anyone not skilled in the work assigned to him. Any employee of the Contrac- tor who is objectionable or unsatisfactory to the Company shall be removed from the Work and replaced by an employee satisfactory to the Company. 21. Drill Results The Contractor will not give out any information regarding drill results or permit access to any drill core to any person other than the Company's accre- dited representative except upon specific permission of responsible officials of the Company. 22. Regulations The Contractor shall comply with all laws, ordinances, rules, safety and other regulations bearing on the conduct of the vork and shall bear all costsari- sing from any violation thereof. The Contractor shall comply with all laws, ordinances and rules concernirlg pollution. The Company agrees to consider an adjustment in the prices set forth in Clauses 5, G and 7 of this Agreement in the event that the Contractor incurs additional costs attributable to laws which were not in effect at the date of execution of this Agreement. 23. Protection of Persons and Property (a) Ihe Contractor shall take all reasonable precautions against risks of loss of life or injury to its employees or the Coclpany's employees or any other person employed at the site of the Vierk, or to authorized visitors. (b) The Contractor shall take all responsible precautions to protect the property of the Company and of other Contractors, if any, from all injury arising in connection with this Agrecnelrt aid the perfonnmce of the ii'ork. 4
22 (c) The Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the Company '. L from and against any and all claims, damages, loss, cost, expenses, actions and suits arising as a consequence of my illness, injury or death'of any employees of the - Contractor, however caused. The Contractor shall hold the.company harmless from any third party claims or personal injuries, death or property damage arising out of the failure of the Contractor, its Sub-Contractors, agents or employees to fully comply with any term or condition of this Agreement or caused by or arising out of or in connection with, vihether directly or indirectly, the IYork under this Agreement, or by reason of any matter or thing done, permitted or omitted to be done by the Contractor, its Sub-Contractors, agents or employees and whether or not occasioned by the negli-, gence of the Contractor, its Sub-Contractors, agents oremployees. (d) The Contractor shall be liable for all loss and dmage to the property of the Coi~lpany, including property of the Con~pany in the care, custody or L control of the Contractor or occupied or used by it, caused by or arising out of directly or indirectly the negligence of the Contractor, its Sub-Contractors, agents or empl opes loyce.s (a) The Contractor shall comply wit11 all provisions of the hnual Holidays Act, IJours of Icork Act, Huxan Rights Act, Labour Regulations Act, biale Flininun Wage Act, P nyment of lisp Act, and \\'orkmen s Compensation Act, the Unemployment Insurance Act, the Income Tas Act of Canada and all other applicable statutes and regulations of Canada and its executive and a&ninistrative agencies and all applicable trade and union agreelncnts ~espcctjng wages and \forking conditions of the Contractor's employees engaged on the li'ork, and make all pqlnents, contributions, deductiorls and otlier relilit- tanccs md all reports, rcturns and statements required of cn:ployers ~mder such laws and L agrecne~lts, an J cause its Sub-COYIT ractor(s), if my, to co:aply xith the foregoing require-- ~cnts \;it11 respect to fi~~ch Sub-Co;~tractor(s) cnployces.
23 ,".. (b) The Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the Company + from and,against any costs, loss, liability, obligation or lien which. may _.. arise as a i consequence of or grow out of any failure by the Contractor or any of its Sub- Contractor(s) fully to comply with the provisions of Clause 24 (a) hereof. 25. Notices 1 i Any notice desired or required to be given hereunder may be sent by 1 i pre-paid ;egistered mail addressed: (a) To the Contractor at: th Avenue Surrey, B.C. V4A To the Company at: #SO West Pender Street Vancouver, B. C. V6E 2S3 or may be delivered to such respective addresses and any such notice shall be deemed to have been received on the day of its mailing or delivery. L 26. Insurance The Contractor shall at its own expense maintain such insurance as will protect it from all claims and damages for personal injury, including death resulting therefrom, and from all claims for property darlage arising from the operations - under this Agreement in an amount not to exceed five hundred tllousand dollars ($500,000.00) inclusive for personal injuly 2nd two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000.00) for property damage for all liabilities- for any one accident or occurrence. Certificates of such insurance shall be filed with the Company upon request. 27. Obligation of Contract -. lllis Agrccnent shall be binding upon the parties hereto, their rrs- pectjve heirs, personal representatives, successors and permitted assigns, but shall not be assj gned by the Contractor without the written consent of the Conpan) Tine is of the essence of this Agreement. -4
24 :- i Delays / In complying with the obligations of this agreement neither the k * ' Coqany nor the Contractor shall be responsible for delays caused by labour disputes, Strikes, fire, unusual delay by conqon carriers or unavoidable casualties, or without linitation to any of the foregoing, by any cause of any kind whatsoever beyond their control.. IN WI~ESS lixeeofthe Parties hereto have executed this Agreement under their respective corporate seals and the hands of: their respective proper offi , cers duly authorized in that behalf.., SIGKED, SEALED AYD DELIl'fED WESFROB b1ines LIMITED in the presence of: S & H DRILLING CmlPANY LIMITED
25 7 FAI.CoNBRIDGE NiCKEL MINES LIMITED ZNTER~FFICE MEMORANDUM, L w DATE# 'May 17th, G. Harper. C. M. Watson,. COPIES TO# J. J. McDougall, A. C. Callow. T. Gyr, rrorrl SUEJECT: E. A. Seth. DRILLING CONTRACT DATED MAY 8TH, 1974 BETWEEN WESFROB MINES LIMITED AND S & H DRILLIKG CO!4PANY LDIITED RE DAY-DRONE-SIT-GRIZZLY PROPERTY. J' A requested in your memo of May 9th, 1974 to Mr. J. L. Matthews, I /&n returning herewith one fully executed copy of the above contract / which should be forwarded to the Contractor. / Also enclosed is a Xerox copy of the said contract for your files, b' the remaining original copy will be kept by Mr. Callow in Wesfrob's Head Office agreement files. L EAS:KEB Attached E. A. Seth. 1 Orig. signed and 1 Xerox mailed to E. Schussler May 27/74 1 Xerox - 0. Parker - 5/27/74
26 A-P-P-E-N-D-I-X---D DIAMOND DRILL HOLE LOG No. B.l (BIRCH GROUP)
27 P - / + y o 5 - NORTH -f- EAST Lb FA ELEV.c9j&p&T- 4b-s-J BEARING DIP -+J-~ ' STARTED w? COMPLETED - LENGTH -*I!7 46 hi Y FALCONBRiDGE DIAMOND DRILL RECORD PROPERTY u/ LOGGED BY rt rt <>., 7. e M a.> FOOTAGE DESCRIPTION SAMPLE FOOTAGE C. L. ~~ HOLE NO. f ~ e f l ~ ' ' OFFSET PLOTTED 0-3)' 3-f.O -/36-.G 3 F d HOLE NO.. -_ ,--- ^-l--.li1
28 torth STARTED EAST COMPLETED ELEV. LENGTH BEARING DIP FALCONBRIDGE DIAMOND DRILL RECORD PROPERTY PURPOSE LOGGED BY FOOTAGE DESCRIPTION SAMPLE FOOTAGE C. L. HOLE No, CLAIM SECTION OFFSET PLOTTED HOLE NO
29 .4T ti STARTED FALCONBRIDGE PURPOSE HOLE No. EAST DIAMOND DRILL RECORD CLAIM COMPLETED ELEV. PROPERTY SECTION LENGTH BEARING OFFSET LOGGED BY DIP I FOOTAGE I DESCRIPTION PLOTTED HOLE NO
30 NORTH START ED FALCONBRIDGE PURPOSE HOLE NO. EAST - COMPLETED DIAMOND DRILL RECORD CLAIM ELEV. PROPERTY SECTION BEARING DIP LENGTH LOGGED BY OFFSET PLOTTED /' HOLE No.
31 PTH STARTED PURPOSE HOLE No. EAST DIAMOND DRILL RECORD CLAIM COMPLETED ELEV. PROPERTY SECTION LENGTH -- BEARING OFFSET LOGGED BY DIP FOOTAGE DESCRIPTION SAMPLE FOOTAGE C. L. PLOTTED I 4' HOLE No.
32 Diamond Drill Hole