VANCOUVER, Nov. 12 /CNW/ - Starfire Minerals Inc. is pleased to provide
an update on activities at its Porphyry Pearl copper-gold project in the
Toodoggone mining district of Northern British Columbia and its Langmuir South
nickel project in the Timmins area of Ontario (see previous release of
September 14, 2007).
Drilling started at the Porphyry Pearl property on August 24th and was
suspended on September 29th owing to the onset of severe winter conditions. A
total of 1,798 meters of NQ core was drilled in 6 holes, intersecting variably
altered and mineralized monzonite. Casing was left in the last two holes
(PP-07-05 and PP-07-06) to allow for potential downhole induced polarization
(I.P.) surveys and re-entry for deepening pending the receipt of analytical
results. Detailed logging and sampling of the core has been completed and
analytical results will be released upon receipt and quality control
verification. A total of 853 meters of core has been sampled in 742 samples.
Starfire is experiencing the same delays as other operators in receiving
analytical results, owing to the large volume of samples being sent to the
laboratories at the end of the field season.
Drilling continues at the Langmuir South project. Three holes totaling
325 meters have been completed of a proposed 8-hole, 1,000 meter first pass
program. Analytical results will be released upon completion of the detailed
logging, sampling, and quality control verification.
Starfire's Qualified Person as that term is defined in National
Instrument 43-101 is Philip J. Rush, P.Geo., who is the author of this
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
STARFIRE MINERALS INC.
THIS PRESS RELEASE WAS PREPARED BY MANAGEMENT WHO TAKES FULL
RESPONSIBILITY FOR ITS CONTENTS.
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OR ACCURACY OF THIS RELEASE.
For further information:
For further information: Starfire Minerals Inc., 520-355 Burrard Street,
Vancouver, B.C., V6C 2G8, Telephone: (604) 669-5642, Facsimile: (604)