Rock Alert!  CMM up 25% onna 500K shares Only

CMM issa one o' da Rock's pick assa Double Duh -NO BRAINER stock plays..........guess what.....taday CMM moves up 25% wit only 500K shares traded.......what will it do...........iffa more people notice anna buy?

.......Yestaday, RSG........'nother o' da Rock's Double Duh -NO BRAINER stock plays.....went up 25%????

.......Word ta da wise......KWG issa da third o' da Rock's Double Duh -NO BRAINER stock plays.........its time ta move will come


Just da way I see dat!



CMM - Century Mining


- Gold Producer in Peru/Canada led by Peggy Kent wit 6 operations!


- Jan 30 is end date for SUE acquisition....should move after


- could surprise to upside with a good Qtr


- really o'da Rock's Double Duh - No Brainers...lookit chart!




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Phone: (360) 332-4653 Fax: (360) 332-4652 E-mail: [email protected]



November 28, 2007


Blaine, WA: Century Mining Corporation (CMM: TSX-V) announced today it has issued a

takeover bid circular and formally launched its takeover bid for Sulliden Exploration Inc. The

offer expires on January 30, 2008.

Century is offering Sulliden shareholders 0.72 of a Century common share for each Sulliden

common share. The offer represents a premium of 51% over the Sulliden share price based

on the volume-weighted average trading price for the Sulliden shares on the TSX and for the

Century shares on the TSX-V for the 20 trading days prior to the news release announcement

of the bid on October 4, 2007.

Century urges Sulliden shareholders to recognize the considerable value of this offer. A

successful bid will immediately resolve the litigation over title to the Shahuindo property in

northern Peru and unlock the value of Shahuindo to all shareholders. A key legal opinion

produced by the Peruvian law firm Payet, Rey and Cauvi states that without the acceptance of

this bid, the litigation could reasonably continue until 2015. Century hopes that the Sulliden

board of directors will recommend acceptance of this offer to its shareholders.

Regarding Sulliden's November 27, 2007 press release, it should be noted that any additional

discovery of gold or other resources on the Shahuindo property, or any value attributed to

such resources will also be subject to the ongoing litigation between Century and Sulliden.

In addition to the substantial premium to the recent trading price of Sulliden and the resolution

of the ongoing litigation over title to the Shahuindo property, the combination of Century and

Sulliden will also give shareholders an immediate opportunity to participate in the development

of the gold resources at Shahuindo. A successful bid will result in Century's operating

expertise to be applied to the development of a large gold mine at Shahuindo that would likely

be producing by late 2010. In consolidating positions, Sulliden shareholders will also have the

opportunity to participate in the exploitation of Century's substantial gold resources at its San

Juan and Rosario de Belen properties in Peru, and its Lamaque property in northern Quebec.

A combination of Century and Sulliden would result in the creation of a pre-emininent mid-tier

gold producer with the following attributes:


Significantly Increasing Production Growth to Mid-Tier Status

Highly Liquid Gold Company Trading more than 500,000 shares per day

Geographically Diversified in Canada and Peru

Substantial Combined Reserves Plus Measured and Indicated Resources and

Historical Resources

In today's offer to acquire Sulliden's outstanding common shares, Century has set out its

acceptance condition at 50% plus one of Sulliden common shares on a fully diluted basis. The

Company intends to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Sulliden but intends to proceed

with the development of Shahuindo upon acquisition of a controlling position in Sulliden.

By accepting this offer, Sulliden shareholders will become part of a new Century with a solid

foundation of four operating mines, an unparalleled pipeline of 10 exploration projects and a

leading presence in Canada and Latin America. A brief summary of these core assets is as


Lamaque: The Sigma and Lamaque underground mines operated from 1935 through 2000

and produced a combined 9.4 million ounces of gold. Century reopened the Lamaque

underground mine in April 2007, whereby the Company aims to achieve a production rate of

100,000 ounces of gold per year by the end of 2008.

San Juan: The San Juan Gold Mine was acquired by Century in May 2006. Although gold

production in the area dates back to the Incas, modern mining has been conducted only since

the 1970s. Over this period, approximately 1.2 million ounces of gold have been mined at San

Juan. Century plans to increase the capacity of the mill to 700 tonnes per day, achieving an

annualized production rate of 35,000 ounces of gold in 2008.

Rosario de Belen: Mina Rosario de Belen began operations in February 2007 as an open-pit

heap leach mine with an initial and expandable ore processing capacity of 5,000 tonnes per

day. The mine and processing plant are currently operating at a rate of approximately 3,000

tonnes of ore per day. Century intends to expand production at Rosario de Belen to

approximately 25,000 – 30,000 ounces of gold per year.

Shahuindo: Shahuindo is a gold-silver project located 25 km north of Barrick's Alto Chicama

and 70 km south of Newmont's Yanacocha deposits in northern Peru. The project has been

the subject of extensive drilling and exploration since the 1980s and in 2005, Met-Chem

Canada Inc. produced a technical report which is in accordance with NI 43-101. Century

intends to construct a large heap leach gold operation on Shahuindo by late 2010.

The offer is be subject to a number of customary conditions; however it will be designed to not

trigger the rights provided for under the Sulliden's shareholder rights plan.

M Partners Inc. is financial advisor to Century. Century's Canadian legal advisor is Lang

Michener LLP and its US legal advisor is Theodora Oringher Miller & Richman PC.


Commenting on the offer, Margaret Kent, chairman, chief executive officer and president of

Century stated: "We believe the offer provides Sulliden shareholders with full and fair value for

their shares. With the resolution of the litigation over Shahuindo which has become

increasingly more favorable to Century's wholly owned Peruvian subsidiary, Algamarca, the

offer secures an opportunity for Sulliden shareholders to benefit from the development of the

Shahuindo property. It further presents the prospect of a tremendous upside to the share price

of the combined company for both Sulliden and Century shareholders. The proposed

transaction will position Century to quickly become an intermediate gold mining company with

a significant reserve and resource base. We urge Sulliden shareholders to tender their shares

to our offer and we welcome discussions with Sulliden management and its Board of Directors

such that we can begin to focus on generating value together."

About Century Mining Corporation

Century Mining Corporation is an emerging mid-tier gold producer that is aggressively

acquiring producing mines and exploration properties in Peru. The Company owns and

produces gold at the Lamaque mine in Québec that historically has produced over 9.4 million

ounces of gold. In Peru, Century wholly-owned subsidiaries own an 82.6% interest in the San

Juan Mine where the Company accounts for 100% of gold production. Century subsidiaries

have also recently acquired Rosario de Belen where it accounts for 100% of both gold and

silver production. Century's growth strategy is to acquire gold producing assets in South

America that will substantially reduce the Company's consolidated total cash cost of

production and where there is exceptional exploration potential to expand production at these


"Margaret M. Kent"

Chairman, President & CEO

For further investor information, please contact:

Brent Jones, Manager of Investor Relations

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: (877) 284-6535 or (360) 332-4653

Fax: (360) 332-4652


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Deborah Thompson, President, DT Communications

E-mail: [email protected]

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Fax : (416) 365-0414

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