117 km NE of THUNDER BAY
October 20, 2009
Roxmark Mines Limited today announced both plans to extend its 2009 drilling program on the Northern Empire Mine property and completion of an aeromagnetic survey of the Leitch-Sand River property. Northern Empire drilling will be focused on the McKenzie-Jarvala Vein system, 1.5 kilometres east of the recently-discovered high-grade gold zone and parallel to the Power and Contact Zones. A program of up to 3,000 metres of diamond drilling is planned to begin in November. The drill rig is currently on the property. More than 1,450 kilometres of data generated by an aeromagnetic survey on the Leitch-Sand River Mine property is now available for detailed analysis. New, high-grade parallel structures at the Northern Empire in Beardmore were identified by an aeromagnetic survey carried out in 2008. Depending on results of the survey, Roxmark plans diamond drilling on the Leitch-Sand River property in the winter of 2009/10.
September 25, 2009
Roxmark Mines Limited has completed additional channel sampling and limited drilling on the newly-discovered structure, parallel to the Power and Contact Zones, on the Northern Empire Gold Mine Property, Ontario, Canada, which produced 149,000 ounces of gold. Highlights from the first phase of drilling, based on assays received to date, include from NE-09-10, 0.60m @ 15.60g/t Au including 0.30m @ 21.10g/t Au and from NE-09-35, 3.00 m @ 5.67g/t Au including 0.90m @ 12.35g/t Au. True widths estimated at approximately 70% of intersection width.
July 23, 2009
Roxmark Mines announced that its 2009 surface exploration program at the Northern Empire Mine property has returned further encouraging results, including values of up to 36.40 g/t of gold in newly completed channel sample assays. The main structure has a strike length of 1.5 km of which 900 metres have been stripped and sampled. This structure is a well mineralized gold bearing zone with various degrees of alteration containing disseminated arsenopyrite, pyrite and chalcopyrite. The south structure, located about 200 metres south of the main structure, consists mainly of quartz veins and has been explored for a total of 600 metres. Both structures are open at both ends.