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   Gold/Mining/EnergyCora ressources - KRA(VSE)


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To: Robert Kwan who wrote (173)7/31/1998 2:33:00 AM
From: G Young
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I dumped my shares at 13 cents. Still a big loss but I'm hoping that this is a burp and I'll be buying those shares back at 7 or 8 cents in a few days. Why would a resource stock with no drill program jump this much? Exactly. I can't see these gains sustaining themselves for long.

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To: G Young who wrote (174)7/31/1998 5:35:00 PM
From: G Young
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Here's the release from July 28. Nothing to warrant the price increase really (which is probably why it's back down to .11 from .15).

Press Release dated July 28, 1998 and disseminated to the Vancouver Stockwatch Magazine, Vancouver Stock Exchange, B.C. Securities Commission, Market News Publishing and George Cross Newsletter.

Summary of Material Change

The Issuer announces that it has commenced preliminary exploration on the 1,000 hectare Berthita mineral property located approximately 450 kilometers southeast of Lima, Peru. The Berthita property area is situated in the Huando mineralized district which hosts the Mina El Angel polymetallic deposit and is known for lead, copper and zinc mineralization.

The Issuer is in the final stages of renegotiating its option agreement with a Peruvian vendor whereby the Issuer may earn up to an 80% interest in the Berthita property area, subject to a 2% net smelter returns royalty. The agreement will be subject to Vancouver Stock Exchange acceptance for filing.

In order to focus its efforts on exploration and development of the Berthita property area and other resource and non-resource opportunities, the Issuer has allowed its exploration licence relating to the Cabot Lake claims in Labrador to expire.

The Issuer is currently reviewing several possible reactivation senarios for its wholly-owned subsidiary, Se¤or Goldbean Iced Coffee Ltd., and is considering possible complementary acquisitions. Se¤or Goldbean has developed a brewing system for the production of canned, ready-to-drink iced coffee. To date, the Issuer has developed and tested the product, modified can and label design and completed initial test and production runs.

The Issuer further announces that its 1998 Annual General Meeting has rescheduled for September 29, 1998.

Irvin Ridd, President - Telephone (604) 669-5819.

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To: G Young who wrote (175)8/12/1998 1:05:00 AM
From: G Young
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What a surprise....it's back down to .08. Think I might just jump back in if it goes any lower and try and play these bounces.

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To: G Young who wrote (176)1/7/2000 9:05:00 PM
From: Mike Perras
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80k traded .. KRA closes at .20 hmmmmmmm .. any thoughts?
We are about 17 months between posts WOW !

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News Release dated January 6/2000

CORA RESOURCES LTD ("KRA-V") - No Material Changes

Douglas B. Brooks, President of Cora Resources Ltd. wishes to announce that there are no material changes in the Company's affairs.

Further to its August 12, 1999 news release, the Company continues to be engaged in discussions regarding investment in a beverage
business opportunity and also in the emerging technology fields. At present the Company has not negotiated any agreement.

The Company will issue further news releases on material changes. TEL: (604) 682-7159

Douglas B. Brooks, President FAX: (604) 669-5886

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To: Mike Perras who wrote (177)5/14/2000 6:10:00 AM
From: David Smith
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Could someone post the latest news release?
Thanks
Dave

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To: David Smith who wrote (178)5/14/2000 4:00:00 PM
From: Mike Perras
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Cora reviewing technology based business opportunity

Cora Resources Ltd KRA
Shares issued 10,075,864 May 9 close $0.18
Tue 9 May 2000 News Release
Mr. Douglas Brooks reports
The company has been presented with a technology based business
opportunity. Management is currently assessing this investment opportunity
and the company will release further particulars as they develop.

BTW: Not a recommendation, but keep an eye on V.GGX as well .. a lot of stock accumulated in the .20's ... word is there might be some movement this week

stockhouse.com

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