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December 31, 2008
The drill program started in July 2008 was completed; however, the core samples remain to be analyzed until the value of the assets has been established by the incoming Board of KML.
September 30, 2008
KML has completed a prospect-scale soil survey of 328 samples covering the previously explored area to the west and south of the historic workings. The results received from ALS, Townsville, are depicted above as 20 metre gridded data with 50m search range and IDW2 local estimates applied. The results indicate an anomalous zone trending to the south-west of an area identified by previous explorers, indicating possible extensions or replications of the historically mined zone. Additional soil survey programs will now be planned to seek to close off the south-west trend and explore an additional region to the north of the waterway identified from the preliminary geophysics images collected across the region. KML has completed a diamond core program at Antimony Reward. Following the significant results of the first round of drilling, the second round using reverse circulation was stopped short of the ore zone to enable diamond tails to be used to examine the geological controls of the ore body in more detail. Examination of the core is expected to take several months to complete.
June 13, 2008
KML completed a 10-hole program of Reverse Circulation (RC) drilling at Antimony Reward in May 2008. Holes were targeted below and adjacent to historical workings in the form of vertical shafts some 10m deep and shallow diggings which form a distinct zone 200m in length striking east-northeast. Intersections have been calculated using consecutive samples with values greater than 1,000ppm. Select Significant Intersects: - ARRC006: 3m @ 3.49% Sb from 62m, including 2m @ 5.51% Sb from 62m - ARRC010: 12m @ 2.73% Sb from 29m, including 2m @ 11.93% Sb from 30m