Another gold discovery was uncovered on Lot 2, in the fourth concession of Fairbanks Township, and was located on the west side of the Vermilion River. It was also considered to have been located at distance of 2 miles southwest from the Creighton Gold Project. Explorations in this area were first reported to have been commence in the early fall, and late winter by a prospector known as. J.R Gordon. He was additionally preparing this land for the same Ottawa Syndicate who incorporated the Creighton Gold Mining Company. Development within this time period had resulted in making an opening on the hill side for a distance of 35 feet on the vein. After encountering promising results this project was shortly after named the Gordon Lake Gold Mine. Much of the geological formation that is within this area is known to be a within a large quartz exposure containing outcroppings, which are stated to be the same formation as the Creighton Gold Mine Project.
1895- Creighton Gold Mining Company, the Gordon Lake Mine was change into another location. This might of been done because it was proven that the gold extends towards the original Gordon Lake Property from the Creighton Gold Mine zone.
Mining operations were additionally abandoned on the location, and a staking was made on Lot 6 of the third concession of Rathbun Township, and one mile south of Boland Lake, which also has an outlet into Lake Wanapitei Lake. Much of this geological formation is strongly considered to be near a winter road which was developed by the Crystal Gold Mining Company. Development during this time period was engage in the sinking of a 14 by 16 foot shaft, which had reach a depth of 25 feet below the surface. Much of the geological formation in the area was considered to have been firm which didn't need timbering. For the most part drilling within this time period was being done by hand, and the rock was hoisted by a windlass. Prior to sinking this shaft the company also encounter a huge flow of water further at depth. It was rather reported that the shaft was being aimed at intersecting the auriferous quartz vein to a depth of 40 feet. Other construction which took places included the development of a domioile, that was constructed for cooking, and sleeping purposes, and a blacksmith shop, and tent was also apart of this construction project. By the end of 1895, the company along with Mr. Gordon had completed the shaft to a depth of 40 feet, and the property was further tested by diamond drilling. Drilling at 125 feet east of the shaft, a bore was consider to have been driven at an angle of 70 degrees to intersect the dip of the vein, which was tapped at 174 feet. At about 100 feet further east, the company had additionally also bored another hole at 100 feet to the east which also intersected the vein at about the same depth. Satisfactory results had also came from other areas which were being explored within the immediate vicinity of the area. Mining operations ended by this company possibly after not being able to recover financially from milling problems.