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« on: Friday June 3 2016 12:51:19 AEST PM »

NML Goes for Gold: Finding the Next Victorian Gold Deposit?
The names Irvine and Benno may evoke images of a couple of mates enjoying a cold beer in a country pub.
And you’d probably find the pair in a dusty bar at the end of a dusty street in regional Victoria.
For those who know a bit about gold, however, Irvine and Benno are a couple of different prospects.
  
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« Reply #1 on: Friday June 3 2016 21:06:10 AEST PM »

Interesting times ahead for this company..Tks Doug
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« Reply #2 on: Sunday June 5 2016 00:14:31 AEST AM »

hmm its a 4 cent stock and capital of $4 mill ( 2015 ). They have huge leases but nowhere near the capital required to drill  them ... unless they can raise further capital  or more advisedly sell off at least 75% of their leases and keep the most likely then they might be in with a chance ... otherwise at their burn rate they will be out of money by end of year. Just my 4 cents LOL.
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