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GOLD EXPLORATION NEWS New Life for Old Lawyers?

TOODOGGONE, British Columbia The former Lawyers mine, which produced 174,000 oz of gold and 3.6 million oz of sil...


TOODOGGONE, British Columbia The former Lawyers mine, which produced 174,000 oz of gold and 3.6 million oz of silver between 1989 and 1992, may get new life if BISHOP RESOURCES successfully outlines new reserves. Chip samples taken from the possible extension of the zone previously mined, returned 12.14 g/t Au and 97.5 g/t Ag over 2.0 metres.

The Lawyers property hosts four main mineralized trends with a combined strike length of 11 km. It is classified as a low-sulphidation epithermal deposit that may contain precious metals in both veins and zones of near-surface disseminated mineralization.

Bishop is processing information gathered during its recent geophysical surveys. For the latest results contact president Arthur T. Fisher at 604-681-8069 or at fisher@stargate.ca.


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