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18/2/2007
21:11
FROM CANADA .... Good n.r. (6) since jan.1/2007 and price stagnant. Is it all about promotion??? 2007 News Releases February 12 Main Billiton Zone Zinc Phase Intersected at Marshall Lake Property February 5 New Copper Discovery with Gold East of Teck Hill, Marshall Lake Property January 29 Second New Zinc Zone at Marshall Lake Marks Extensive VMS System January 22 Marshall Lake Main Zone Contains Classic Zoned VMS Copper-Zinc Phases January 9 Drilling on Main Copper-Zinc-Silver-Gold Zone Reveals Setting for Large VMS System January 3 Gazooma Copper Zone Confirmed in Second Hole, Marshall Lake Property Looks all very promising, but not much interest yet. However I think when this pops, it will go up fast.
sagem
15/2/2007
07:12
wORTH READING AGAIN:- Eyeconomy Holdings plc select Overview Profile Contacts Reports & Accounts Offerings News Market Data Charts News Eyeconomy Holdings plc - 9.2m 2.2% Zinc 3.48g Gold Main zone Marshall Lake 9.2 METRES OF 2.2% ZINC WITH 3.48G GOLD BILLITON "MAIN" ZONE MARSHALL LAKE PROPERTY Thunder Bay, Ontario 9.2 metres of 2.02% Zinc, 0.45% Copper, 85 grams per tonne of Silver and 3.48 grams per tonne of Gold Includes 1 metre assaying 28.70 grams per tonne of Gold Further validation of historic drilling on "Billiton Main" zone "The "Main" zone continues to deliver excellent results with highly mineralized Zinc and Copper phases within a much bigger growing VMS picture. We are also starting to see some very high grades of both Gold and Silver which further enhances the economics of the project given the near surface location of the finds." Comments Paul Mc Groary, Chairman of Eyeconomy Holdings PLC. East West Resource Corporation (TSX-V: EWR) and Eyeconomy Holdings PLC (UK-PLUS: EYE) announce that drilling on the eastern portion of the Billiton "Main" VMS zone has intersected mineralization between 79.8m and 89.0m deep in hole MAR-06-09 which was drilled at -45 degrees angle. Over a 9.2 metre section the mineralization was 2.02% Zinc, 0.45% Copper, 85 grams per tonne of Silver, and 3.48 grams per tonne of Gold. The true thickness of the zone is 9.2 metres based on core angles with the zone dipping north at 45 - 50 degrees. This eastern phase of the Billiton "Main" zone is more Zinc rich and lower in Copper, which is typical of a zoned VMS system, and this zoning may be extenuated by stretching of the sulphide zone by shearing. A high Gold value of 28.70 grams per tonne was obtained over 1 metre within this Zinc rich section hosted in sericite schists that contained the green chromium mica called fuschite. This mineral is often associated with Gold bearing systems. A "Mise-a-la Masse" down drill hole geophysics survey is underway on the Billiton "Main" zone to trace the outline of the Copper rich phase on the west end, 300 m west of drill hole MAR-06-09. The project set out above is being supervised by R. Middleton, P.Eng, who is the qualified person and responsible for quality control of the assaying and reporting. About Eyeconomy Holdings PLC Marshall Lake: Eyeconomy holds a 50% interest in the Marshall Lake Copper Zinc VMS deposit located 310 kilometres north of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. The property is now easily accessible by road for exploration and development work. Marshall Lake was explored between 1954 and 1996 when a series of high grade near surface Copper Zinc deposits were identified. The property was not advanced previously due to significant logistical issues and lack of control over the whole of the property by a single exploration group. The Marshall Lake became accessible after 2000 following the completion of all weather roads by logging operators. Road access now permits the deployment of heavy digging equipment, modern geophysical tools and significantly reduces exploration costs. East West and its 50% partner Eyeconomy Holdings PLC now consider that they have control over the whole Marshall Lake base metal camp with an exploration area of more than forty-three square miles under option. The partner's long term strategy is to develop open pitable resources. There are two core areas of interest at the present time: the "Main" zone and near surface showings one to five kilometres towards the South and West of the "Main" zone. The historical South and West surface showings include the Gazooma, Tech Hill, G, D, South, Open pit, Lease and Jewel Box. Historical resources Two historical inferred mineral resource estimates are available from previous work based on a small area within the property called the "Main" zone: "Main" K Zone 240,000 tons of 1.45% copper, 4.76% Zinc, 2.8 ounces silver, 152 m long to 96 m depth D. W. Sullivan (1969) based on 15 holes "Main" 103 Zone The 103 zone is an eastern extension of the "K" zone and is 1,174,810 tons delineated from 57 drill holes grading 0.82% copper, 2.71 % zinc, 1.77 ounces silver, 0.006 ounces gold. A. S. Bayne (1970) The work by A. S. Bayne resulted in a calculation of a 1,174,810 ton resource on the Main zone grading 0.82% copper, 2.71 % zinc, 1.77 ounces silver, 0.006 ounces gold that was completed prior to NI43-101. All of the exploration results disclosed herein are historic in nature and do not presently conform to National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. They have been reviewed, but not verified, by Robert S. Middleton, PEng, who is the company's designated qualified person and responsible for the verification and quality assurance of its exploration data and analytical results. In the opinion of the qualified person, based on the information available, the mineralization on the Main or "K" Zone would be classified as an Inferred Mineral Resource based on the definition by the CIMM, since it will be required to do further in fill drilling to establish grades. Therefore, the historic figures should not be relied on. Mineralization open to depth on the "Main" zone Historical drilling by Imperial Oil in 1975 in hole 154 on the western end of the "Main" zone reported a Copper equivalent grade of better than 2.5% over 11.7 metres between 84 metres and 96 metres deep (Source OGS report 267 Little Marshall Lake Area 1989). Based on this information the partners are expected to undertake exploration work on possible deeper mineralized lenses at a latter date. Near surface showing South and West of the "Main" zone The key exploration focus is near surface mineralization with the first drill hole into Gazooma producing 1.18% copper over 27.92 metres, within 3 metres of the surface. Gazooma was successfully identified based on trenching arising from the access trails work. The second Gazooma hole was 26.9 metres of 2.05% Copper plus silver and gold. Gazooma is over 4 kilometres from the "Main" zone and appears to be predominantly Copper and Silver rich in contrast to the "Main" zone which may well be a more classic VMS deposit with Copper, Zinc, Silver and Gold. Other historical South and West surface showings include the Tech Hill, G, D, South, Open pit, Lease and Jewel Box. A large number of showings are currently being investigated based on the substantial library of historical filed documents and work carried out by the Ontario Geological Survey plus additional geophysical targets emerging from the joint venture. The joint venture partners each contribute 50% to ongoing exploration expenditure. Other assets Eyeconomy holds a GBP1M+ portfolio of cash and shares in quoted smaller companies. Eyeconomy Holdings PLC has in total 14,684,034 ordinary shares in issue with a nominal value of 0.5p per share. There are no options, warrants or instruments in place that would lead to the issuance of shares and the company has no debt. Contact Paul Mc Groary Chairman Eyeconomy Holdings plc Tel: 07930 568160 The directors of Eyeconomy Holdings PLC accept responsibility for the contents of this announcement.
sagem
13/2/2007
20:29
More good news from EYE on the Marshall Lake property sending share price higher
camelot5
11/2/2007
00:14
"LOMFLMF.J"
azuli
11/2/2007
00:03
post 59 is a classic - cheered me up in any case.
rambutan2
10/2/2007
08:04
FROM CANADIAN BULLETIN BOARD. Great conditions to work at Marshall.... Posted By: snrkid Post Time: 2/9/2007 14:56 « Previous Message Next Message » Groung is frozen and not enough snow to need plowing. You can drive 4-wheelers all over. More results next week???..... snrkid.
sagem
07/2/2007
22:35
CANADIAN MINING NEWS Updated 02/05/2007 08:58 PM " EAST WEST RESOURCE CORPORATION 1204 Roland Street, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5M4 Telephone: (807) 623-3824 Fax (807) 623-0877 Email: eastwest@tbaytel.net Website: www.eastwestres.com EWR – TSX VENTURE February 5, 2007 NEW COPPER DISCOVERY WITH GOLD EAST OF TECK HILL MARSHALL LAKE PROPERTY Thunder Bay, Ontario Copper values range from 0.51% to 18.0% Gold values range from 1.06 grams per tonne to 15.35 grams per tonne Silver values range from 86.3 grams per tonne to 408.0 grams per tonne "This new copper find is particularly important since it supports a model that the stringer system on the Teck Hill claim links to an upper phase massive sulphide that is more zinc rich and this phase could occur within the southward projection of the Marshall Lake mineralized tuff sequence in a relatively, unexplored part of the property. This increases the chances of a new discovery." Comments Paul McGroary, director. East West Resource Corporation (TSX-V: EWR) and Eyeconomy Holdings PLC (UK-PLUS: EYE) announce that backhoe trenching on an outcrop 550m east of the Teck Hill, the original copper discovery on the Marshall Lake property, has exposed a new copper showing on line 9E that represents a major phase change from the stringer copper zone on an upper massive sulphide phase. Massive pyrite becomes massive chalcopyrite in this new exposure. The zinc phase of this system was found in December (see News Release December 13, 2006) with zinc values ranging from 3% - 12% exposed by trenching, 350m east of this new copper discovery. Therefore an important component of a VMS (volcanogenic massive sulphide) has been located. The gold values are highly elevated ranging from 1.06 grams per tonne to 15.35 grams per tonne, where the majority of gold values on the Teck Hill and Gazooma showings were 1.0 grams per tonne. Silver values are also elevated ranging from 86 grams per tonne to 408 grams per tonne. The 5 samples were taken along a 30 m strike length in the trench at roughly 6 m interval with the pyrite rich phase occurring on the north west end of the trench. The assays may indicate a high temperature phase of the system. New Copper Discovery Grab Samples Ticket # Cu (%) Zn (%) Ag (g/tonne) Au (g/tonne) 364845 16.50 0.32 381 4.12 364847 8.72 0.25 229 15.35 364848 18.00 0.46 408 5.19 364849 0.51 0.01 86 1.06 364850 4.18 0.13 173 3.21 When analysing for basemetal and silver values (Copper, Zinc and Silver) were determined by ICP (inductively coupled plasma) after an aqua regia acid digestion. Assays exceeding 100 grams silver and 10,000 parts per million (ppm) copper were repeated using multi acid digestion and atomic absorption (AA). Check assays were run on high values. Gold values were determined by fire assay extraction on 30-gram samples followed by an AA finish. ALS Chemex in Thunder Bay carried out preparations of the samples outlined in this news release and ALS Chemex in North Vancouver carried out assaying. The project set out above is being supervised by R. Middleton, P.Eng, who is the qualified person and responsible for quality control of the assaying and reporting. More details are available on all of East West's properties at www.eastwestres.com. About the Marshall Lake Project: East West Resource Corporation holds a 50% interest in the Marshall Lake Copper Zinc VMS project located 310 kilometres north of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. The Marshall Lake area was explored between 1954 and 1996 and resulted in the discovery of a series of high grade near surface copper zinc deposits. The partner's long-term strategy is to define and develop near surface base metal resources on the property while considering the deeper potential of the property as the database is developed. The property became accessible after 2000 following the completion of all weather roads by logging operators. Road access now permits the deployment of heavy digging equipment, modern geophysical tools and significantly reduces exploration costs. During the second half of 2006 the joint venture partners built a network of drill access trails focusing on exposing the existing showings. East West and its 50% partner Eyeconomy Holdings PLC now consider that they have control over the whole Marshall Lake base metal camp with an exploration area of more than forty-three square miles under option. Two historical inferred mineral resource estimates are available from previous work based on an area within the property called the Main zone located 4 km northeast of the Gazooma copper zone: K Zone (Main zone) 240,000 tons of 1.45% copper, 4.76% Zinc, 2.8 ounces silver, 152 m long to 96 m depth D. W. Sullivan (1969) based on 15 holes 103 Zone (Main zone) The 103 zone is an eastern extension of the "K" zone and was estimated to contain 1,174,810 tons (delineated from 57 drill holes) grading 0.82% copper, 2.71 % zinc, 1.77 ounces silver, 0.006 oz. gold. A. S. Bayne (1970). Both the work by Sullivan and the work from A. S. Bayne were completed prior to NI43-101. All of the exploration results disclosed as mineral resource estimate immediately above are historic in nature and do not presently conform to National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. They have been reviewed, but not verified, by Robert S. Middleton, PEng, who is the company's designated qualified person and responsible for the verification and quality assurance of its exploration data and analytical results. In the opinion of the qualified person, based on the information available, the mineralization on the Main or "K" Zone would be classified as an Inferred Mineral Resource based on the definition by the CIMM, since it will be required to do further in-fill drilling to establish grades. Therefore, the historic figures should not be relied on. The joint venture partners will each contribute 50% to ongoing exploration expenditure. This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the "safe harbour" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties and other factors that may cause East West Resource Corporation's results to differ materially from expectations. These include risks relating to market fluctuations, property performance and other risks. These forward-looking statements speak only as of the date hereof. ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD "Blake Colvin" Blake Colvin, Director Contact: (604) 681-1909
sagem
05/2/2007
00:51
GUYS I HOPE YOU DONT MIND MY INTRUSION. PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT LENNOX HOLDINGS, THE EX PAT FOOD STORE. TINY MARKET CAP. JUST 0.2 MILLION. ONLY 24.02 MILL SHARES IN ISSUE, INTEREST IS RISING. THIS WILL BE A 600% CLIMBER TOMORROW, GET IT ON YOUR MONITORS.. LENNOX IS GOING TO RISE LIKE A PHOENIX. DONT MISS THE BOAT FELLAS.. WE GOT A MULTI BAGGER ON OUR HANDS.
lennox lnx multibagg
04/2/2007
17:13
TAKEN FROM CANADIAN BULLETIN BOARD REF EAST WEST RESOURCES :- Thank you very much for sharing this presentation with us. I assume you got this from Bob. Marshall is shaping up to be a blockbuster of a discovery. You're correct about promotion but maybe, just maybe the lack of it proves how serious the company is in performing the work and having results speak for themselves. I would not be the least bit surprised if EWR becomes either a takeover canidate or a recipient of a flow of royalities from the property.
sagem
02/2/2007
14:43
I think the other thread is better as it has the charts in the header.
the big fella
02/2/2007
14:26
Up 0.0025P
sagem
02/2/2007
08:42
shame eye is flat
glennborthwick
01/2/2007
21:36
Looking good again for East West Resources tonight. EWR 0.140 +0.015 +12.00 154,000 V
sagem
31/1/2007
20:41
Well EAST WEST RESOURCES now up as follows :- EWR 0.135 +0.025 +22.73 502,500 V ........................ PLUS 22.7% SHOULD ENSURE AN EXCELLENT DAY FOR EYECONOMY AS IT MUST BE ALL TO DO WITH MARSHALL LAKES PROJECT
sagem
31/1/2007
19:11
EAST WEST HAVING A GOOD DAY AS FOLLOWS ;- 0.130 +0.02 18.18% 474,000 UP A HUGE 18.18% Should help Eyeconomy on Thursday.
sagem
31/1/2007
17:32
TAKEN FRON CANADIAN BULLETIN BOARD :- maybe of interest: the "infamous" crn hole #97-16: at that time,Robert M rec'd the news from Bruce Durham who was "point" man at the crn drill site...Sheraton-Timmins property. Mr Durham is currently a director of ewr...& is also one of the prospectors that sold the Norton property to ewr. ............. ewr & mni are both up in price....both companies have adjacent properties in the Shebandowan area [Burchell]
sagem
31/1/2007
13:55
Eyeconomy Holdings plc select Overview Profile Contacts Reports & Accounts Offerings News Market Data Charts News Eyeconomy Holdings plc - 20p placing to Market Makers to ease liquidity 20p share placing to Market Makers and others raises GBP136,000 Eyeconomy Holdings PLC has agreed to place 680,000 shares at 20p, valued at GBP136,000, with the company's market makers and a number of others to ease liquidity in the company's stock. All three Market Makers participated in the placing and were allotted 525,000 shares at a cost of GBP105,000. The 20p pricing was agreed, based on the offer price at the time. No commissions are payable. Mr James Alexander Dudgeon, the finance director of Eyeconomy is subscribing for 30,000 shares at a cost of GBP6,000. This brings his total holding to 500,000 shares representing 3.41 % of the companies share capital. The proceeds will be used at the company's flagship asset, the Marshall Lake VMS Copper Zinc resource being developed in Ontario Canada, where a successful December drill campaign has recently been undertaken. Following completion of this placing Eyeconomy Holdings PLC will have a total of 14,684,034 ordinary shares in issue with a nominal value of 0.5p per share. Contact: Paul Mc Groary Eyeconomy Holdings plc Tel: 07930 568160 The directors of Eyeconomy Holdings PLC accept responsibility for the contents of this announcement.
sagem
31/1/2007
13:33
well that doesnt happen often re placing
glennborthwick
29/1/2007
16:27
another stonking update
glennborthwick
25/1/2007
14:17
January 23, 2007 Eyeconomy May Have Hit It Big At Marshall Lake By Jack Hammer You can almost sense Paul McGroary chafing at the bit when he describes the Marshall Lake copper zinc property in Canada. His company Eyeconomy owns a 50 per cent stake in Marshall Lake, with partner and operator East West Resource Corporation, of which Mr McGroary is also a director, holding the other 50 per cent. As a City man, Mr McGroary's primary expertise isn't in mining, it's in investing, and Eyeconomy hasn't always held mining interests. But, with a sizeable stake in Central China Goldfields as well as the Marshall Lake interest, Eyeconomy has well and truly hitched its reins to the resources boom, and it could well end up being one of the few Plus-quoted companies to do well out of it. If there's not much mining expertise inside Eyeconomy, there certainly is inside East West. Moe Lavigne's on the board, and although his primary London-facing role these days is running Galantas's exploration programme, he's got a long track record in the industry, including experience on the ground in the Thunder Bay area where Marshall Lake is located. Fellow East West director Bruce Durham is a former Noranda geologist, with 20 years international experience under his belt. In addition to the East West team, Mr McGroary can also call on the informal advice of Jeff Malaihollo at Central China. Furthermore Marshall Lake has been given a quick once over by Ambrian's Richard Chase, who, although careful to emphasise that it's early days, makes broadly approving noises. Marshall Lake was first investigated by Billiton in the 1950s. Kendon then had another look in the 1970s and drilled up two separate sections in what's termed the Main Zone. The first, the 103 Zone, showed 1.2million tons grading 2.71 % zinc and 0.82 % copper, while the second, the K Zone, showed 240,000 tons grading 4.76 % zinc and 1.45 % copper. Both have silver and gold credits to boot. Of course those aren't 43-101 numbers, but there's no reason to doubt the old data, and East West and Eyeconomy are currently drilling hell for leather to confirm it. The most recent drill results, from early January, delivered grades of 1.25 % copper, 1.1 % zinc, 56 g/t silver, and 0.16 g/t gold over 10 metres. It's not at surface, but at 30-40 metres it's not very deep either. Mr McGroary reckons that at this stage, "it's highly open pittable". He's off to the PDAC in March to sniff out interest from larger companies. By then he hopes to be able to show off results from a dozen recent drill holes, but he also has something else to put on the table. On the basis of drilling undertaken by Imperial Oil subsequent to the Kendon programme it also appears that Marshall Lake may be open at depth. Imperial's drilling showed a copper equivalent grade of over 2.9 per cent over a 12 metre interval nearly 100 metres down. "Our belief", says Mr McGroary is there's another lens beneath". There are also, he adds, "buckets of other showings" south and east of the Main Zone, and Teck Cominco are keeping a close eye on proceedings. So why wasn't Marshall Lake developed before? According to Mr McGroary, most of the previous investigations coincided with wider economic shocks that hammered metals prices. Following Billiton's initial foray onto Marshall Lake the Suez crisis put paid to further development, and the oil shock of the 1970s stymied later efforts. Subsequent to that, disagreements between the joint holders of the license held up any further progress. But a sudden agreement was reached fairly recently, after the licence holders experienced what Mr McGroary terms "a sudden rush of blood", or, in other words, after metals prices got high enough for differences to be put aside. Enter East West and Eyeconomy. East West has other fish to fry, but for Eyeconomy this is the big one. Mr McGroary puts it very succinctly: "People see us as a small investment company, and basically that's what we were. But if this comes off, basically the baby eats the parent".
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