Ore shipment from this mining operation had soon totalled 6,510 dry tonnes of ore that was taken from the mine in 1915. Almost all assaying from this deposit was known for grading 0,082 ounces of gold, 0,193 ounces of silver per a ton, and 2.60 percent copper, Within this time period the Canada Copper Corporation would also complete minor development on this project that totalled 697 feet of drifting, and raising. Even further upgrading was completed when the company added a brand new sorting belt that soon processed 14 percent of the ore as waste material. Ore reserves within the Lone Star Mine became estimated at 170,000 tonnes of available ore within this mine site. It was also predicted that the mine might have some more ore reserves that will be further uncovered during development work. This mine was also owned and operate by two companies that became identified as the Canada Copper Corporation, Limited, and the British Columbia Copper Company, Limited.