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   Gold/Mining/EnergyEastmain Resources- CDN

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To: terry astle who wrote (4)6/19/1997 3:44:00 AM
From: terry astle
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Anyone still following this one? Long time since any news. Any idea when the next drill results will be out?

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To: terry astle who wrote (7)6/19/1997 11:54:00 PM
From: Danny Wilson
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Hi Terry, I too have been waiting for something to break the silence, it is pretty quiet out there.

I don't know about you Terry, but just about all of my mineral stocks have taken a small beating when they release something decent....go figure.

Anyway, when I hear something I'll be sure to give you a shout.


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To: Danny Wilson who wrote (8)6/24/1997 12:54:00 AM
From: terry astle
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Hello Danny
Yeah, mine too.Temted to average down on several of them as they appear to be excellent deals.Wonder how long it'll take before the Bre-x factor will blow over. Many mutual fuds are dumping their small mineral E&d holdings. The wheel will turn eventually.
I'm encouraged with this one as their last drill results were decent & I also read in the Globe& Mail a few weeks ago the company president stating they had enough funds to continue for the next few years.
Seems to be something in the wind as the price has bumped up on more than usual volume. Close to a positive news release maybe?
Good luck.Keep in touch.

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To: terry astle who wrote (9)4/29/1998 7:24:00 PM
From: Sapper
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News Release: New director; Lac Elmer progress;
Clearwater to begin drilling in August

Eastmain Resources Inc ER
Shares issued 16,200,000 Apr 28 close $0.32
Wed 29 Apr 98 News Release
Mr. Donald Robinson reports
Eastmain has appointed Bruce A. Bouley to its board of directors. Dr.
Bouley has 25 years experience as a manager and exploration geologist in
the mining industry. He has worked primarily in Canada, the U.S. and
Most recently with BHP Minerals International Exploration, Dr. Bouley
managed a multi-disciplinary exploration program in North and Central
America with more than 60 permanent geoscientists in as many as 10 offices,
with budgets of $20-million to $30-million. He has worked with advanced
stage exploration projects and co-ordinated activities leading to the
prefeasibility of mineral properties. Dr. Bouley also managed the
exploration activities for Cominco Alaska from 1990 to 1995 and for
Callahan Mining Corp. from 1980 to 1990.
Diamond drilling has recently been completed at Eastmain's joint venture
with Barrick Gold at Lac Elmer, Quebec. No assay data has been received by
the company to date. The joint venture partners have traced a 7 kilometre
long gold-silver rich, pyritic tuff horizon on the property, which is
geologically comparable to rocks that host the mines within the Bousquet
Surface exploration and diamond drilling is also scheduled at Eastmain's
newly acquired Railroad project in Bathurst, New Brunswick. Previous work
by BHP Minerals intersected ore grade base metals over mineable widths
within an extension of the prolific Brunswick mine horizon. Eight base
metal sulphide prospects have been identified on this 4,896 hectare
property. Drilling to date indicates the potential for a world class base
metal deposit on this highly prospective property, within 5 miles of
Noranda's Heath Steele base metal mine and mill.
Diamond drilling will also commence in August on Eastmain's 50 per cent
owned Clearwater project, in joint venture with SOQUEM. A drill indicated
resource of 800,000 tonnes grading 11.7 g/t gold has been outlined.
(c) Copyright 1998 Canjex Publishing Ltd.

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To: Sapper who wrote (10)5/3/1998 11:02:00 AM
From: terry astle
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Sapper, you beat me to it.
Weird, I haven't been able to get into this thread. S.I was indicating it didn't exist.
So, we should have assay results on Lac Elmer soon. Here's hoping we have a winner. What a difference post Bre-x. Before, this thing would be running up on anticipation.
I wonder if they'll be using Bouley's connection's to form more joint ventures as I suspect their cash situation may be getting tight, though I believe they'll have enough for this year's project's.
Good luck.

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To: Sapper who wrote (10)5/13/1998 5:28:00 PM
From: terry astle
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Sapper, Steady dumping by First Marathon on this one.
Any comment?

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To: terry astle who wrote (12)5/13/1998 9:04:00 PM
From: Sapper
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Terry, haven't been following this one too closely but do get updates from B$B......seems the POG is holding this down like all others......haven't been able to read anything sinister in the Marathon trading......still believe they have very good potential tho.

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To: Sapper who wrote (13)5/15/1998 5:05:00 PM
From: terry astle
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Well, maybe not. Could be anything. Yeah, the potential is there. Assays should be coming out soon.

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To: terry astle who wrote (14)1/12/1999 12:39:00 PM
From: Sapper
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News Release: Eastmain raises funds for Bathurst VMS property

Eastmain Resources Inc ER
Shares issued 16,200,000 Jan 11 close $0.20
Tue 12 Jan 99 News Release
Mr. Donald Robinson reports
Eastmain Resources has formed a joint venture with Bubbee Ventures on its
Tingley Brook base metal VMS property near Bathurst, New Brunswick. Bubbee
can earn a 25 per cent interest in this 2,352 hectare property by financing
$150,000 in exploration work prior to Dec. 31, 1999, with Eastmain as the
project operator. The Bathurst mining camp hosts over 30 base metal
sulphide deposits, and comprises over 200 million tonnes of Pb-Zn-Cu-Ag (8
per cent to 14 per cent) in past production and current reserves, making it
one of the largest base-metal mining districts in Canada. Eastmain has
assembled a large land position in the district, in excess of 900 mining
claims, straddling the mine series host rocks and covering numerous highly
prospective base metal VMS prospects.
The Tingley Brook property, within the southern part of the Bathurst camp,
covers a ten kilometre-long strip of Nepisiguit Falls volcanic rocks, host
to the Bathurst VMS base metal mines. Geochemical surface sampling has
defined four areas, the largest up to 1.2 kilometres long, with strongly
anomalous zinc, lead, copper and silver in surface soils coinciding with
the favourable mine series rocks. Regional airborne surveys have also
detected multiple isolated electromagnetic anomalies coincident with these
geochemical anomalies. Several of the large base metal mines of the
Bathurst camp were discovered with airborne geophysical methods, as the
ores contain metallic minerals which have strong electromagnetic and
magnetic characteristics.
Eastmain has recently completed over 100 kilometres of line cutting,
induced polarization and magnetic surveys and geological mapping on its
wholly-owned Railroad project, immediately southeast of Noranda's 20
million tonne Heath Steele mine and north of the Tingley Brook property.
Three promising VMS prospects including Island Lake, Captain West and
Railroad have been identified. At Island Lake a 1,600 metre-long pyritic
and sericite altered horizon has been defined by surface trenching and IP
surveys along the key mine series contact. Trenching at Railroad, on a
1,000 metre-long IP anomaly, revealed a pyritic and strongly chlorite
altered (Nepisiguit Falls) quartz porphyry. At each of these prospects
large zones, of sulphide-rich and strongly altered rocks have been
recognized, indicative of a potentially large base metal deposit nearby.
Surface exploration will commence at Tingley Brook in the first quarter of
1999 in preparation for drilling. Drilling and trenching is also planned at
Railroad and Island Lake in 1999.
(c) Copyright 1999 Canjex Publishing Ltd.

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To: Sapper who wrote (15)1/12/1999 3:20:00 PM
From: terry astle
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Hello Sapper
Yes,noticed it ,thanks. Have noticed that one house in particular has been snapping up a lot of this stock since early Dec. You probably know Kaiser has recommended this one as a good bottom fish.
So, still holding & hoping

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