The top result was 4m at 74g/t gold from 140m, sending its shares soaring more than 86% intraday to a 52-week high of A4.3c.
The larger mining equities fared less well with both the diversified and gold sectors on the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index in negative territory in afternoon trade.
Lithium producer Orocobre (ASX: ORE) was down about 4% after yesterday's gains, and gold miner Regis Resources (ASX: RRL) was 3.8% lower at the time of writing.
Diversified majors posted strong gains in London yesterday, led by Anglo American (LSE: AAL) rising 2.71%, Glencore (LSE: GLEN) up 1.93% and Rio Tinto (LSE: RIO) gaining 1.27%.
The gains helped the FTSE100 metals and mining sector close 1.54% higher.
However in the US, the S&P500's metals and mining sector closed 0.38% lower, weighed down by Freeport-McMoRan's (NYSE: FCX) drop of 1.07%.
Canadian markets were closed yesterday for a public holiday.
Finally, the spot gold price remains around its lowest point for this year and was worth around US$1,290 an ounce on the spot market, little changed as US-China trade tensions eased.