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Ruby Mining (Admiralty) - Press Release - March 28, 2005

Ruby Mining Company Arrests Shipwreck in Caribbean

ATLANTA, March 28, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Ruby Mining Company (RUBM), conducting operations through its subsidiary, Admiralty Corporation (Admiralty), announced today that it has arrested a 30 square mile area, in international waters, in the Caribbean, which it believes contains at least one ship wreck from the sixteenth or seventeenth century. Several dives on the wreck site and the surrounding area resulted in the discovery of 28 cannons; 5 anchors; cannon balls; musket balls; lead sheathing; bronze spikes; a rusted iron piece, thought to be a rudder pintle; several flints; a bronze peg, thought to have been used to hold planks together; and many other items of interest.

The WARRANT OF ARREST IN REM, No. 205 CV 0804; ORDER, No. 205 CV 0804; ORDER APPOINTING SPECIAL PROCESS SERVER, No. 205 CV 0804; and ORDER APPOINTING SUBSTITUTE CUSTODIAN, No. 205 CV 0804 were signed on Thursday, March 24, 2005 in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia by the Honorable Clarence Cooper, federal District Judge.

Admiralty intends to further examine the wreck site area within the arrested location in an effort to identify the ship which wrecked and to locate additional artifacts. Admiralty is working closely with its joint venture partner, Corazon a Corazon in this effort. To date, all artifacts discovered are in less than 100 feet of water and we believe that the bulk of the remains also lie at a relatively shallow depth.

Admiralty CEO, G. Howard Collingwood stated, "In order for us to use our assets productively, we need work in addition to our permit in Jamaica where the weather precludes working during almost one-half of the year. We have been trying for some time to secure other locations of interest. We are most hopeful that the arrested area will be important for our company."

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Forward-Looking Statements Caution:

This release contains "forward looking statements." Such statements are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward looking statements are based on expectations, estimates and projections that involve a number of risks and uncertainties (some of which are described in the Company's Annual Report for 2003 on Form 10-KSB filed with the SEC) which could cause actual results or events to differ materially from those anticipated. Ruby does not undertake to update any of its forward-looking statements that may be made from time to time.

CONTACT: Ruby Mining Company
G. Howard Collingwood, COB & CEO
(404) 231-8500


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