BARRIAN MINING SELECTS DRILL TARGETS FOR UPCOMING DRILL PROGRAM INCLUDING HIGH PRIORITY TARGET OF 500+ METRE GEOPHYSICAL ANOMALY

Jun 10, 2019

Vancouver, British Columbia – June 10, 2019: Barrian Mining Corp. (“Barrian” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: BARI) (FSE: BM5) is pleased to announce drill target selections for the upcoming 1,800 metre (5,500 ft) reverse circulation (RC) drilling program at the Bolo Gold Property. The program is designed to expand the footprint of drill-defined gold mineralization of the Mine Fault trend, both along strike and at depth. Planned South Mine Fault (SMF) Zone step-out drilling will extend to the north and south of previous drill intercepts that graded 3.24 grams-per-tonne (g/t) gold over 30.5 metres within a broader zone of mineralization averaging 1.28 g/t gold over 133 metres in drill hole BL-38, and 1.1 g/t gold over 90 metres including 40.9 metres of 2.05 g/t gold* from surface in drill hole BL-39. Drilling will also test a new discovery target, identified by the recently completed induced-polarization (IP) and resistivity geophysical survey.

Kris Raffle, P.Geo., Director and QP stated, “The 2019 drilling program has the potential to expand the historically drilled footprint of SMF Zone mineralization. We eagerly anticipate commencement of the 2019 Bolo drill program, which is designed to build on favorable results from previous drill campaigns by incorporating the recently acquired IP/resistivity geophysical survey results. The newly identified geophysical anomaly west of the SMF Zone is particularly intriguing given its potential to represent a new discovery sub-parallel to the main Mine Fault trend”.

The SMF Zone forms part of a +1.1 kilometre combined gold and silver in RC drill hole and conductive geophysical anomaly coincident with the Mine Fault trend. North of the SMF Zone, geophysical results indicate that previous drill holes often failed to adequately test the Mine Fault conductive anomaly. The planned step-out drilling at SMF targeting the conductive anomaly has the potential to add up to 200 metres of mineralized strike length, with the potential for additional expansion during subsequent programs (see Figure 1). The geophysical results also suggest significant vertical continuity of conductive anomalies at the SMF Zone ranging from between 250 and 400 metres depth, the limit of the geophysical inversion. The planned drilling, in part, targets the down-dip extension of previously defined mineralization coincident with these geophysical anomalies (see Figure 2). The geologic and geophysical evidence suggests that the previously drilled gold and silver zones at Bolo could be inter-connected along Mine Fault trend structure.

New discovery drilling is planned for an untested, +500 metre linear conductive anomaly located approximately 150 to 200 metres west of the SMF Zone (see Figures 1 and 2). The anomaly is near surface, of similar amplitude to the Mine Fault anomaly, and ranges from 80 to 200 metres wide and 100 to 150 metres in vertical extent. It is sub-parallel to the Mine Fault Trend and may be part of the same fault system that hosts a distinct silver and gold mineralized zone at the Uncle Sam prospect.

Plan Map (Figure 1)
The plan map shows the proposed drill hole locations to test geophysical anomalies and extensions to known gold and silver zones.

 

 

Section Map (Figure 2)
The section map shows proposed drill hole locations designed to test geophysical anomalies down-dip of drill-defined mineralization at the South Mine Fault Zone and the untested western conductive anomaly.

About Barrian Mining Corp.
Barrian Mining Corp is a new gold exploration company focused on acquiring and advancing precious metal projects in the United States. Barrian’s flagship Bolo Project, located 90km northeast of Tonopah Nevada, hosts Carlin type gold mineralization and is fully funded and permitted. In addition, Barrian has an earn-in option to acquire 100% of the “Sleeper Project” which is located in the historic Mogollon epithermal silver-gold mining district of New Mexico. Barrian is run by a strong management and technical team consisting of capital market and mining professionals with the goal of maximizing value for shareholders through new mineral discoveries, committed long-term partnerships, and the advancement of exploration projects in geopolitically favourable jurisdictions. Barrian trades on the TSXV under the ticker symbol “BARI”, and on the German (Frankfurt) exchanges using the ticker symbol “BM5”.

Qualified Person
The scientific and technical information contained in this news release as it relates to the Bolo Property has been reviewed and approved by Kristopher J. Raffle, P.Geo. (BC) Principal and Consultant of APEX Geoscience Ltd. of Edmonton, AB, a “Qualified Person” as defined in National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

On behalf of the Board of Directors
s/ “Max Sali”
Max Sali, Chief Executive Officer
Contact Information
Max Sali, Chief Executive Officer & Director
Tel: (604) 620-8406
Email: info@barrianmining.com

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