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June 09, 2010 09:15 ET

Daulton Capital Corp. Retains Geologist to Prepare NI-43-101 Report

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - June 9, 2010) - Daulton Capital Corp. ("the company or Daulton") (OTCBB:DUCP) is pleased to announce the retention of Mr. Allen Doherty, P. Geo. to prepare an NI-43-101 geological technical report for the company's Hunker Property, located in the Dawson Mining District of the Yukon.

Mr. Doherty earned his BSc from the University of New Brunswick with honours in Geology in 1977,and was registered as P. Geo. with APEGBC in 1993.Over the past 35 years, Mr. Doherty has served in several public companies, as well as various mining advisory committees, particularly in the Yukon region. He acted as the President of the Yukon Chamber of Mines in 1988-89 and in 1992,and has been a PDAC director from 1995-2005,as well as an industry member of IGOC since 2002. He has also been involved in delivering prospecting courses and orientations in the mining industry for the past twelve years.

Mr. Doherty has been actively involved as a consulting geologist in the Yukon for over 27 years, including working closely with Shawn Ryan of Ryanwood Exploration Inc.

This NI-43-101 geological technical report on the Hunker Property is expected to outline an exploration work program for Daulton, with the intention of evaluating both the thrust fault zone, and the gold/copper soil anomaly on the property with detail soil sampling, ground magnetic survey and excavator trenching. Subsequently Daulton expects to establish drilling targets on the property. The company expects to receive the report within the next few weeks.

About the Hunker Property

The Hunker Project consists of 121 Yukon Quartz Mining Claims located in the Dawson Mining District, Yukon Territory Canada. The claim block is situated 15 miles south east of Dawson City and now stands at 6000 acres or 24 square Kilometres and straddles Hunker Creek, one of the Klondike's famous gold producing placer creeks. The property is easily accessible by all weather roads along Hunker Creek. The claim block covers a regional north west trending thrust fault with quartz-sericite-chlorite schist (Klondike Schist) in the footwall and well preserved ophiolitic rocks (gabbro, microgabbro/diabase, dunite/ultramafic rocks) in the hanging wall.

Several groups have explored the property over the past 20 years, establishing a NW trending thrust fault, concluding several small tributaries potentially draining this area, and having extracted wire crystalline gold and several gold nuggets in casual prospecting.

Since 2003 several regional soil sampling programs have been conducted and a total of 1500 soils have been collected, outlining a gold copper soil anomaly measuring 550 meters with gold values as high as 187 ppb Au, and copper values as high as 321 ppm Cu. In 2003 an independent geologist's three-day evaluation was completed mainly on the thrust fault area, concluding it as the only significant area of preserved hanging-wall ophiolitic host rocks identified to date on the Klondike. He further stated that it has the potential for hosting productive gold-quartz veins of potentially economic gold pockets.

There has been insufficient exploration to define a Mineral Resource on the Hunker Property, and it is uncertain as to whether or not further exploration will result in the discovery of a Mineral Resource. This news release may also contain forward-looking statements. Therefore all readers of this information are cautioned that the forward-looking statements are inherently uncertain, including statements related to possible opportunities for growth strategies and statements that are not statements of historical fact, which may or may not be based on Daulton Capital Corp management's estimates, assumptions, projections or beliefs. The forward-looking statements in this news release are subject to various risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause Daulton Capital Corp actual results or achievements to differ materially from those expressed in or implied by forward looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based on the beliefs, opinions and expectations of Daulton Capital Corp at the time they are made, and Daulton Capital Corp does not assume any obligation to update its forward-looking statements if those beliefs, opinions or expectations, or other circumstances, should change. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements.

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