VANCOUVER, June 11 /CNW/ - Harp Sangha, CEO/President of Douglas Lake
Minerals Inc. (DLKM-OTCBB), announced today that on a recent visit in mid May
to the Mbwemkuru Alluvial Gold Property, six random soil samples were taken
and the locations recorded by GPS. This was done to immediately to begin
building a database of gold grades throughout the property.
While this was a small number of samples, it confirms management's belief
that the size and grade of this deposit has the potential for production, and
could potentially be a world-class deposit.
SAMPLE GRADE RESULTS
These samples were prepared and reported by Echo Tec Laboratories Limited
- ICP certificate of analysis AK 2008-0657.
- MAH 1: 79.60 g/t (grams per tonne)
- MAH 2: 408.30 g/t
- MAH 3: 32.65 g/t
- MAH 4: 3.90 g/t
- MAH 5: 0.70 g/t
- MAH 6: 43.50 g/t
- Overall Average: 94.77 g/t
Alluvial grades are measured in grams per cubic metre with a conservative
ratio being 1:1 for grams per cubic meter to grams per tonne. Management
consulted with Met Solve Laboratories of Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.
Dry hard-packed sand would give a 1.7 to 1.0 ratio, whereby 79.60 g/t would be
equivalent to 135.32 grams per cubic meter.
"The Mbwemkuru Project appears to be profitable alluvial production at
0.5 grams per cubic meter, however these sample grades released today are much
higher than expected. I would caution shareholders that this is a small sample
size and may not be representative of average grades throughout the entire
property. This being said, Management continues to gain enthusiasm with
regards to the potential size of the deposit and the future profitability of a
mining operation." Stated Harp Sangha, CEO/President
This release contains forward-looking statements, which involve risks and
uncertainties. Complete forward-looking statement available at
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