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CSM, COSMO GOLD LIMITED
nipper
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ May 19 2021, 12:01 AM

The Cosmo Newberry Project comprises five exploration licenses and four exploration licence applications (tenements). Due mainly to access restrictions, and with the exception of restricted reconnaissance in 2017, the Tenements have been unexplored since 2002.

In December 2020, Cosmo Gold entered into the required YTAC Access Agreement with the Yilka Talintji Aboriginal Corporation in respect of approximately 87% of the land comprising the Project. The Company has also negotiated and signed a Heritage Agreement with the Waturta Native Title Claims Group (Waturta) in respect of land comprising the remaining 13% of the Project, and is awaiting execution by Waturta. Following issue of the required Mining Entity Permits these agreements will allow ground-based exploration work on the Tenements.


18 June listing date???




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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Mar 28 2021, 09:00 PM

CSM, CONSOLIDATED MINERALS LIMITED is long gone 2008

in a new incarnation, CSM has been assigned to Cosmo Gold Limited , which was incorporated as a wholly-owned subsidiary of 3D Resources Limited (ASX: DDD) in October 2019, with a view to becoming the holder of the Cosmo Newbery Project. The Company now holds the Cosmo Newbery Project located around the Cosmo Newbery aboriginal community approximately 90km north-east of Laverton in Western Australia.
However, the slated IPO date of 24 March is long gone. There is a possibility that it may list on 18 June, according to the ASX website. Hoping to raise $6 million at 20c a share.



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just having a look at this (2021), because Woodie Woodie Manganese mine is operational

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delisted following compulsory acquisition by Palmary Enterprises (Australia) Pty Ltd .... 25/01/2008
we understand Palmary was successful with an offer of $4.70 cash per share




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Anyone with a name like Gobblyuov deserves success in life tongue.gif



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Bill Gates
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In reply to: PeterH on Friday 23/11/07 01:32pm

Palmary offers $5, will this be the final offer? Pallinghurst seem to want to sellout to Palmary.

only time will tell if this will succeed

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PeterH
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In reply to: Bill Gates on Friday 23/11/07 01:25pm

Definitely. These people want it bad.

Good manganese deposits are not all over the place like fe, cu, c, zn, etc. There are no others like this on the market.

 


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In reply to: PeterH on Friday 16/11/07 12:46pm

Huntley puts a hold on this, do you all agree?



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PeterH
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In reply to: ScottD on Wednesday 31/10/07 06:35pm

I got a phone call this arvo from a backpacker on behalf of Palmary. I didn't waste any of his time but told him straight away that I was not going to sell to the blxxdy Ukrainians. They have stuffed their own country and I am not going to help them stuff mine. He understood right off. grrr.gif

 
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In reply to: PeterH on Wednesday 31/10/07 12:41pm

Hi PeterH. Even if you're talking to yourself, other people are listening. I have sold for a tidy capital gain, unfortunately before the latest round of increases came in, for well below the current price. However, on the day I sold, I was quite happy with the price I got, so rises since then are water under the bridge for me. If the price stabilises or falls in future, I may well buy back in.

 
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In reply to: PeterH on Thursday 25/10/07 01:44pm

Oh well I'll just keep talking to myself. For a start I will quote myself, when talking about the undisclosed shareholding

"Whatever our guess we will be wrong, but that doesn't stop me suggesting that it is Palmary in disguise. The Ukrainian peasants suffer the same foible as all new rich - they judge others' intelligence by their own. They have no concept of an orderly corporate regime or a level playing field."

Well it look like I was right. Only the Russkies would be that unsophisticated.

What happens now? By rights Palmary will be disqualified, but with the kind of corporate referees we have in this country you never know. If that happens Gilbertson will have it on his own. The auction will be over, and every mum and dad will trip over themsleve to accept his offer. Not me though. IMO it will be far more profitable to remain a minority shareholder in the ongoing listed Gilbertson vehicle. wink.gif

 
 


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