The Wide Dissemination of Gold in Northern Ontario

CIM Bulletin1928
THOSE connected with mining, prospecting, or mining geology in northern Ontario are familiar with the fact that it is a comparatively unusual thing to have assayed a sample for which the assay report shows no gold. Values of 20 cents to 80 cents per ton, or even higher, are extremely common. Whilst contamination by fluxes, faulty manipulation, or a desire, on the part of the assayer, to sugar-coat the pill for the client, may account for 20 to 40 cent values at times, it is un1ikely that they would a1ways do so.
Keywords: formation, Gold, mineralization, Ontario, Oregon, rock, silica, Ontario, Ore, Ore deposit, Ore deposits, Ores
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