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TMR, TEMPUS RESOURCES LIMITED
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Tempus Resources Limited (TMR) was incorporated on 18 April 2018 for the primary purpose of acquiring Montejinni Resources Pty Ltd, listing on the ASX and exploring and developing gold, copper, zinc, nickel and other mineral opportunities.

Montejinni is the registered holder of EL31539 in the Northern Territory and EL 6153 in South Australia. The Company intends to list on the ASX and continue the exploration and development of copper and other mineral opportunities on the Montejinni Project and the Claypan Dam Project.

.... listed in 2018, at 20c. been trading 20c to 30c all this while.
But, looking at it, by 2021, there is a TSX listing, and a focus on the Americas
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> Funding in place, successfully raised A$7.8m in 2020, current $2.4m cash, fully funded drill program underway at Blackdome/Elizabeth Project.

> Actively exploring in two prolific gold districts, British Columbia, Canada and Ecuador.

> In BC Canada, the Blackdome/Elizabeth Project, a historic producer, current drill program to expand the historical high grade resources, potential to fast-track restart of production. Existing mine permit, mill and tailings facility dam.

> In Ecuador, Rio Zarza (adjacent to Lundin Golds Fruta del Norte) is drill ready and has high potential. Plus upcoming sampling program at second project in Ecuador, Valle del Tigre is commencing in 2021







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In Reply To: nifty49's post @ Aug 26 2009, 07:23 AM

TMR Tamaya Resources was delisted in 2010



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nifty49
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In Reply To: Mijaga's post @ Aug 25 2009, 10:06 PM

Thanks M Yes, I have written off my investment and learnt a lesson. Nifty

 
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In Reply To: Keffie's post @ Aug 25 2009, 09:53 PM

Today's announcement was a bulk suspension by the ASX for not paying annual listing fees.

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20090825/pdf/31k91slrvb4r6g.pdf

The announcement from 30 April had more importance as that contained the liquidators declaration that the shares are worthless and that shareholders can claim their losses on tax.

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20090430/pdf/31hc9bk9dyntl4.pdf



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Has anybody got any info on Tamaya? It appears that an announcement has been made. But it appears that commsec site does not make announcments avaialable when a stock is the hands of administrators. Kindest regards Keffie

 
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In reply to: tony73 on Saturday 22/11/08 05:46pm

Some contact details for those who want to invest LOL

Jean-Claude Gonneau - President and CEO

+336 74 98 41 04

+44 207 290 9772

jcg@congopotash.com

Anton Rosenberg - Director

+61 414 450 140

ar@congopotash.com

Hugh Callaghan - Director

+61 400 423 253

hc@congopotash.com

 


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In reply to: aderds on Sunday 09/11/08 10:40pm

Pulled this off the other forum, seems Hugh has been a busy man

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try a google search for "Congo Potash Company"

24/09/2008 AFRICA MINING INTELLIGENCE n°187
WHO'S WHO

Hugh Callaghan
This former executive of Rio Tinto has just founded Congo Potash Company, the operating company for a new potash project in Congo-Brazzaville, together with Jean Claude Gonneau, who is the chairman, and Anton Rosenberg. (...) [105 words] [€4]

New potash player in the Republic of Congo
19/09/2008
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TORONTO-BASED Congo Potash Company (CPC) has completed the formal transfer of licences for potash tenements in the Republic of Congo ...

 
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cool.gif Hi, the fees for this service are $80 for each parcel of shares. So you have to look your holding statement to determine how many parcels of a particular stock you have. They actually purchase the share's for $1. You will have to sign the documentation, that is available from the website, www.delisted.com.au. Once you have done that and after providing your broker details, sin/vin number, they will arrange for an off market transfer of the shares, where then you can crystalise the capital loss. I have used the service and its great and worth the money. They will send you written confirmation of this once it's finalised.

 
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[ laughingsmiley.gif The fee is $80 for each parcel of shares.

 
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In reply to: aderds on Friday 07/11/08 10:37pm

aderds, Have you actually used their services? If you have what sort of fees are we
looking at. I have a few worthless shares I'm thinking of getting rid of for taxation time
next year. This year the taxation rules had changed according to my accountant by I still
did alright with capital losses.

 
 


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