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Chase Mining to use data from Lorraine and Alotta drill program to prepare more drilling next month

DHEM logging of the eight completed holes was completed on 22 September 2019.

Chase Mining Corporation Ltd - Chase Mining receives assays from Lorraine and Alotta drill programs
Results are from seven holes at Lorraine and one hole at Alotta

Chase Mining Corporation Ltd (ASX:CML) has received assay results from its 8-hole, 1,671-metre drill program at the Lorraine and Alotta projects in Canada.

The one hole drilled at Alotta was deepening an existing hole by 298 metres to 300 metres to allow access for down-hole electromagnetic (DHEM) surveys to search for extensions.

DHEM has also been completed on the seven Lorraine holes to better understand the geology and mineralisation.

Additional diamond drilling of around 1,000 metres will be undertaken in October to test any new anomalies identified from the DHEM at Lorraine as well as test for possible extensions to the Alotta deposit.

Chase believes that processing of the completed DHEM survey data will determine which of the target anomalies have not been adequately explained by the recent 8-hole drilling program.

The seven holes drilled at Lorraine as well as the electromagnetic targets are shown below.

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