SMEDG - Notice of Meeting

DATE: Thursday 22nd July 1999 - 5.30pm for 6pm VENUE: 1st Floor, Rugby Club, Rugby (Crane) Place, Sydney SPEAKER: Mr. Gordon McLean TOPIC: "Kempfield Silver-Barite VHMS Project" Kempfield, located 60 km southwest of Bathurst, NSW, hosts a Late Silurian barite rich "Kuroko-style" VHMS system. The most recently published resource identified 5.3 million tonnes at 105g/t silver and 24% barite. The 3 km long system has been systematically explored by a number of companies over the last 28 years. The geological understanding and potential of this zoned system has continuously increased over this time. Golden Cross Operations acquired a 100% interest in the project in February 1998, and has since expanded the oxide and sulphide silver resource. Recent drilling has identified significant zinc-lead intersections in addition to those of silver. Gordon McLean studied geology in New Zealand, working in the Coromandel Peninsula exploring epithermal deposits before moving to the Mt.Isa area eight years ago with Cyprus Gold. He has worked in Victoria in mesothermal gold exploration and for the past two and a half years has been with Golden Cross Operations as a Senior Geologist. Previous meeting

SMEDG COMPETITION NUMBER 4 - CLUE #6

PAIN CLOGS NOOSA

Three words. Two projects. In one talk. Offshore in the colloquial sense, around 150 deg.W and 105 deg.W. Project clues: Character from Okefenokee Swamp and Spanish Santa Claus, and maybe the little leaping character below could use a sprung stick to get airborne......