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Barton sells more rooms at camp

SOUTH Australia-based explorer Barton Gold has offloaded more of its central Gawler Craton mine camp, to boost cash reserves for exploration programs at Tarcoola and Tunkillia.

 Central Gawler mill

Central Gawler mill

Barton's latest partial disposal of surplus mine camp capacity brought in $725,000. That follows the earlier sale in June of another minority portion of the camp for $737,500. The camp is owned by...

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