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Wednesday, September 29th 2004, 3:42pm

Cream Minerals Ltd. / CMA (TSXV)

* CMA.V CRMXF.OB (Cream Minerals Ltd) (I own shares.)
http://www.creamminerals.com/cream/main.htm
http://www.langmining.com/cream-mx/
34.8 mil shares fully diluted (March 31, 2004)
@ $.30/share Cdn x .77 US/Cdn = $.23 US
$8 mil MC
from: http://www.langmining.com/cream-mx/compa…ts_Summary.html
Project B: Potential Target: 400m x 500m x 150m x 2.5 t/m3 = 75,000,000 tonnes
Say at: Au 0.480 g/t Ag 149.33 g/t
Silver only, that's (1 gram = .03215 troy oz.) 4.8 oz./t x 75 million tonnes = 360 million oz. "exploration potential" in a low-grade deposit.
$8 mil MC / 360 mil oz. = $.02/oz. (exploration potential) --not yet even a "resource"!

Additional comments: Another silver property is the Kaslo.
"The Kaslo Silver Property encompasses the Keen Creek Silver Belt and is comprised of nine former high grade silver mines"...

(I own shares of CMA.V)

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Wednesday, September 29th 2004, 3:57pm

Bis jetzt rührt sich noch nichts

:rolleyes:
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Wer nicht an sich arbeitet ist wie ein elendes Stück Holz im Ozean
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Wednesday, September 29th 2004, 4:30pm

Du mußt ´ne Menge Geduld bei Explorern mitbringen. Die Entwicklung kann Jahre dauern.

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Saturday, October 16th 2004, 8:18pm

http://www.resourceschannel.com/programs.asp

Interview mit Frank Lang (CEO of Cream Minerals)

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Saturday, October 23rd 2004, 3:31am

CREAM MINERALS LTD.
Suite 1400 – 570 Granville Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3P1
www.creamminerals.com
October 12, 2004 OTC Bulletin Board Symbol: CRMXF
TSX Venture Exchange Symbol: CMA
U.S. 20-F Registration: 000-29870
Cream Minerals Ltd. Announces Geophysical Results and
Diamond Drill Plans for Stephens Lake Nickel Project; Manitoba
Cream Minerals Ltd. (CMA-TSX-V), Sultan Minerals Inc. (SUL-TSX-V) and ValGold Resources Ltd.
(VAL-TSX-V) (the "Optionees") are pleased to report that BHP Billiton Diamonds Inc. ("BHP Billiton")
has advised that a diamond drill program is planned for the Stephens Lake nickel property in Manitoba.
The drill program is expected to commence in January 2005 and will test four large, airborne geophysical
targets on the 170,482-hectare property. Two additional targets will be drill tested on the adjacent Big
Claim Property under option to BHP Billiton from ValGold Resources Ltd.
The 75 kilometre long Stephens Lake Property, situated 100 kilometres east of Gillam Manitoba, is held
jointly by Cream Minerals Ltd., Sultan Minerals Inc. and ValGold Resources Ltd. The property is under
option to BHP Billiton Diamonds Inc. whereby BHP Billiton has been granted options to acquire an
initial 51% interest and ultimately a 70% interest in the property (see News Releases of February 9, 2004
and April 19, 2004).
In March 2004, BHP Billiton flew a large airborne magnetics survey over the property to identify ultramafic
targets within a stratigraphic package believed to be an extension of the Thompson Nickel Belt.
Several bodies of interest were defined during the aeromagnetic survey and were followed up with a
VTEM helicopter electromagnetic survey to determine if the targets were possibly conductive nickelsulphide
mineralization.
The VTEM survey defined an extensive, stratigraphic package of linear coincident electromagnetic and
magnetic features. As Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization is usually both magnetic and conductive, targets were
selected along these trends where structural complexities and more intense geophysical responses were
apparent.
The following table lists the principal targets identified by the VTEM survey and gives their significant
characteristics.
Anomaly
Length
(Metres)
Depth to Top
(Metres)
Dip
Recommended
Action
TROUT 1 850 200 South Drill
SLEM 01 600 150 Vertical Drill
SLEM 02 3,500 160 North Drill
SLEM 03 400 140 North Secondary Target
SLEM 04 1,700 200 North Low Priority
SLEM 05 800 130 South Secondary Target
SLEM 06 900 240 Vertical Drill
BEM 001 2,000 233 60 north Drill
BEM 002 2,500 205 Vertical Drill
BEM 003 800 140 60 north Low Priority
BEM 004 400 167 60 north Low Priority

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Saturday, October 23rd 2004, 3:32am

CREAM MINERALS LTD.
Suite 1400 – 570 Granville Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3P1
www.creamminerals.com
October 18, 2004 TSX Venture Exchange Symbol: CMA
OTC Bulletin Board Symbol: CRMXF
U.S. 20-F Registration: 000-29870
CREAM MINERALS RECEIVES GEOCHEMICAL RESULTS FOR NUEVO MILENIO
Cream Minerals Ltd. (CMA-TSX-V) (“Cream”) is pleased to report that it has received the final
report on an Enzyme Leach orientation study completed on its Nuevo Milenio property in Nayarit
State, Mexico. The study was undertaken by Dr. G. H. Gale, P. Eng., Province of Manitoba, to
determine if partial leach analytical methods could be used in delineating exploration targets. (See
CMA News Releases dated May 5, 2004 and August 6, 2004). This work was undertaken during
the period April 15, 2004, to April 28, 2004.
Dr. Gale’s consulting report may be summarized as follows: “The orientation study has
successfully demonstrated that the rare earth element, Au, Mo, W, Sb, Pb and Zn, when used
together with other suites of elements, can not only discriminate different metal associations, but
also can focus exploration into the most prospective parts of the three major mineralized zones on
the property. All previously known precious metal vein and stockwork zones that were tested by
the orientation survey are readily identified by their gold responses (See CMA News Releases
mentioned above). The results of the orientation study also demonstrate that it is possible to
discriminate between different mineralization types within these three known zones, including
defining ‘bonanza type’ veins within zones of disseminated and stockwork mineralization.”
Dr. G. H. Gale, P.Eng., recommends that the Once Bocas, Cafetal and South Once Bocas areas be
more fully investigated with a partial leach survey to establish potential drill targets in these areas of
alteration, disseminated mineralization and silica stockworks. The cost of the recommended work
would be in the order of US $150-175,000, exclusive of a follow-up drill program.
Dr. G. H. Gale, P.Eng., is a “Qualified Person” for the purposes of National Instrument 43-101.
For further information about Cream, please see our website at www.creamminerals.com.
Frank A. Lang, BA, MA, P. Eng.
President & CEO
For further information please contact:
Renmark Financial Communications Inc. OR Malcolm Powell, Investor Relations
Tel: (514) 939-3989 Fax: (514) 939-3717 Tel: (604) 277-1752 Fax: (604) 687-4212
Neil Murray-Lyon – Email: nmurraylyon@renmark.com Email: info@creamminerals.com
Sylvain Laberge – Email: slaberge@renmark.com

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Saturday, October 23rd 2004, 3:41am

Fuer die Profis an Board : Kann mir da jemand weiterhelfen ?

http://www.em.gov.bc.ca/cf/minfile/searc…filno=082FNW094



Name CORK-PROVINCE Mining Division Slocan
Status Past Producer NTS 082F14E NAD 27
Latitude
Longitude 49 54 26 N
117 04 27 W UTM 11 5528100 494680
Commodities Silver
Zinc
Lead
Cadmium
Gold
Copper Deposit Types I05 : Polymetallic veins Ag-Pb-Zn±Au.
Tectonic Belt Omineca Terranes Quesnel.


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Geology The Cork-Province mine is situated south of Keen Creek, just west of the mouth of Ben Hur Creek at 1100 metres elevation above sea level, in the Slocan Mining Division. The property includes the Cork and Province Reverted Crown grants (Lots 4883 and 5042).

Regionally, the area lies on the western margin of the Kootenay Arc, in allochthonous rocks of the Quesnel Terrane. In the vicinity of the occurrence, the Quesnel Terrane is dominated by the Upper Triassic Slocan Group, a thick sequence of deformed and metamorphosed shale, argillite, siltstone, quartzite and minor limestone. Rocks of the Slocan Group are tightly and disharmonically folded. Early minor folds are tight to isoclinal with moderate east plunging, southeast inclined axial planes and younger folds are open, southwest plunging with subhorizontal axial planes. The sedimentary sequence has been regionally metamorphosed to lower greenschist facies.

Immediately northwest of the occurrence, the Slocan Group has been intruded by the Middle Jurassic Nelson intrusions which comprise at least six texturally and compositionally distinct phases ranging from diorite to lamprophyre. The most dominant phase is a medium to coarse grained potassium feldspar porphyritic granite. Several feldspar porphyritic granodiorite dikes, apparently related to the Nelson intrusions, also cut the sedimentary sequence near the occurrence (Paper 1989-5). The sedimentary sequence has been affected by contact metamorphism from the emplacement of the nearby Nelson intrusions.

Rocks on the property are massive andalusite schist, argillite, quartzite and limestone of the Slocan Group. The rocks strike 070 degrees and dip 80 degrees southeast away from the intrusive contact. Near the occurrence, the Nelson intrusions consist of coarse grained hornblende diorite.

The deposit consists of a fault or shear zone striking 050 degrees and dipping 65 degrees southeast. The shear zone has been developed with at least four adits and a vertical shaft. Within the mine, the shear is up to 2 metres wide and dextral displacement along the vein offsets the beds about 25 metres horizontally. Orebodies have a most pronounced development where the shear intersects limestone beds. Replacement of limestone occurs up to 30 metres from the fault zone and is determined largely by fracture development in calcareous beds. Orebodies have been discovered in at least three separate limestone beds and the most important orebody was found on the boundary between the Cork and Province claims.

The ore occurred as replacement of limestone and consisted of an intimate mixture of sphalerite and galena with small amounts of pyrite and chalcopyrite in a gangue of siderite with some quartz and calcite associated with altered wallrock.

The Cork group of 8 claims was staked for the Silver Star Mining Co. Ltd. in 1900. The Province group, consisting of 6 adjoining claims, was staked in 1902 and Province Mines Ltd. began the development work. For a number of years these two groups were operated as two mines, the Cork and the Province. The Province mine was operated by the Company or by leasers until 1908. The Cork mine closed in 1910 and remained closed the following year although the management was taken over by the West Kootenay Corporation. A shipment of ore, under the name of the Selkirk Mining Co. Ltd., was reportedly made from the Cork mine in 1913.

The two properties were combined in 1914 under the name of Cork-Province Mines Ltd. and its operated intermittently until 1930. Leasers made several small shipments of ore from clean up work on the surface and from underground during the period 1930-1948. In 1949 the property was acquired by Base Metals Mining Corporation Ltd. and operations continued until late in 1953 when the mine was closed and the lower workings allowed to flood.

During the early years of operation, development work was carried out on 5 levels. The main adit (No. 3 level) was driven as a crosscut tunnel for 274 metres. It is connected to No. 1 level by a raise and to Nos. 4 and 15 levels by a 70 degree shaft, which was later deepened to establish a 6th level. In 1952 a vertical shaft was sunk from No. 3 level for 169 metres and Nos. 7 and 8 levels established. These new levels required crosscuts, each about 61 metres long, to reach the vein. Drifts on these two lower levels indicated ore of average mine grade but insufficient work was done to determine its extent.

London Pride Silver Mines Ltd. acquired a 10 year lease on the property in April 1964. During the summer the mine was rehabilitated and the 150 ton mill was put into operation in September. The mine and mill were closed in May 1966, when known reserves were exhausted.

Production from the Cork-Province property between 1900 and 1966 yielded about 16 tonnes of silver, 5846 tonnes of lead, 9033 tonnes of zinc, 69 tonnes of cadmium and 1896 grams of gold from 191,410 tonnes mined.

Cream Minerals Ltd. sampled the property in 1997; a grab sample returned 677.8 grams per tonne silver, 5.68 per cent zinc and 29.54 per cent lead (GCNL #174, 1997). A 4-metre sample from a trench assayed 34.6 grams per tonne silver, 1.09 per cent zinc and 1.28 per cent lead (GCNL #230, 1997). In the Cork South trench, about 50 metres southwest of the mine workings, an 11-metre sample assayed 112.8 grams per tonne silver, 5.36 per cent zinc and 2.85 per cent lead (GCNL #230, 1997). A drill hole intersected 21.1 metres grading 209.27 grams per tonne silver, 6.02 per cent lead and 8.09 per cent zinc (GCNL #13, 1998). The mineralization is hosted in a carbonate rock that represents the down-dip extension of mineralization uncovered in the trench. The zone has an interpreted true thickness of 6 to 7 metres with a weighted average grade of 179.52 grams per tonne silver, 5.12 per cent lead and 7.33 per cent zinc (GCNL #13, 1998). The mineralized shear has been traced for about 3 kilometres in a northeast direction.

Cream Minerals Ltd. is exploring the area as the Kaslo Silver property. See Black Bear (082FNW092), Black Fox (082FNW093), Bismark (082FNW096), Wintrop (082FNW097), Silver Bear (082FNW100), Index (082FNW101), Gold Cure (082FNW185) and Silver Bell (082FNW186).



Bibliography EMPR AR 1900-848,851,982; 1901-1226; 1902-153; 1903-140;
1904-158,198; 1905-158; 1906-143,248; 1907-97,213; 1908-93,246;
1909-106,272; 1910-97; 1911-132; 1913-420; 1914-285,509;
1915-119,445,448; 1916-195,516; 1917-155,185,448; 1918-160;
1919-120,153; 1920-144; 1922-190; 1923-211; 1924-189; 1925-233,239;
1926-260; 1927-286; *1928-305; 1929-284,320; 1930-253; 1931-142;
1937-A37,E54; 1940-25,80; 1948-140; 1949-184; 1950-138,141,293;
1951-39,164,312; 1952-42,171,334; 1953-45,136,273; 1954-138;
*1964-A55,121; 1965-A55,187,188; 1966-A52,224
EMPR ASS RPT 858, 7713, *10712, 13673, 18322, 19256, 25247, 25334,
25584
EMPR BC METAL MM01153
EMPR EXPL 1979-71; 1982-65; 1997-48; 1998-10,71
EMPR FIELDWORK 1987, pp. 31-48
EMPR INDEX 3-193; 4-120
EMPR LMP Fiche No. 60331-60341
EMPR OF 1988-11
EMPR P *1989-5, p. 24
EMPR PF (Richmond, A.M. (1929): Plan, sections)
EMR MP CORPFILE (Cork-Province Mines Ltd.; Base Metals Mining Corp.
Ltd.; London Pride Silver Mines Ltd.)
GSC MAP 273A; 1091A; 1667; 1956-3
GSC MEM 173, p. 16; *184, pp. 206-210; 308, p. 188
GSC SUM RPT 1925 Part A, p. 192
CANMET IR 12 (1906), pp. 169-174
GCNL #44(Mar.4), #167(Aug.29), #174(Sept.10), #185(Sept.25), #230
(Dec.1), #250(Dec.31), 1997; #13(Jan.20), #42(Mar.2), #67(Apr.6),
#85(May 4), #129(July 7), #131(July 9), #151(Aug.7), #182
(Sept.22), #220(Nov.17), #225(Nov.24), 1998
N MINER May 4, Aug.17, 1998; May 3, 1999
WWW http://www.langmining.com/cream/main.htm;
http://www.infomine.com/index/properties/KASLO_SILVER.html

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Monday, October 25th 2004, 8:57pm

[IMG]http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?s=CMA.V&t=5y[/IMG]

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Monday, October 25th 2004, 9:45pm

Hallo Newtechxl,

es gibt von der BWB-Bank eine sehr, sehr interessante Studie zum Megatrend Gold Phase III. Hier werden - auch im Hinblick auf die enorme Kurssteigerung - vor allem Junioren empfohlen, die bestimmte Kriterien haben.

Wenn man diesen Gedankengang weiterverfolgt und auf Silber überträgt, müßten die Kurssteigerungen von Silberminen-Junioren eigentlich noch deutlich stärker ausfallen. Ich glaube, dass dies eine sehr interessante erfolgsversprechende Strategie ist.

Der Kauf von reinen Explorern ist deutlich risikobehafteter.

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Tuesday, October 26th 2004, 6:14pm

@ Silbertaler

Welche Silber Junioren wuerdest Du mir empfehlen ?


Gruesse, Newtechxl

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Tuesday, October 26th 2004, 8:09pm

Ungefragterweise,
der Link zu der Studie http://www.goldinvest.de/public/data/doc…41025105901.pdf

Empfehlen kann ich dir da nichts, nur aufzählen:
Juniors mit measured silver Resources sind:
ASM.V (Avino)
CZN.TO (Canadian Zinc)
SRLM.PK ( Sterling Mining)
MGN ( Mines Management)
EXR.V (Expatriate Res.)
SVL.V ( Silvercrest Mining)

Cash flow positiv könnten heuer außer Sterling Mining
noch folgende werden (sind aber noch Explorer):
außer FR.V (First Majestik)
CFTN.PK (haben noch die Biotech Beteiligung zu Collodial Silver, das schon gut vertrieben wird)
CBE.V (Cabo Mining als Zusatzgeschäft die Drillgesellschaften)
NPG.V (Nevada pacific Gold)
KG.V (Klondike Gold) haben eine Mine, die innerhalb wochen produzieren kann, wenn sie wollen. sie wollen noch nicht.)

Problem dabei ist, dass laufend Kapitalerhöhungen kommen und dann der Preis steht. (siehe canadian, Cabo, First majestik, Nevada pacific)

Ich bin in CZN, MGN, SRLM, CFTN, CBE, NPG und KG drinnen.
Und außer MGN alle leicht im minus.

Nichts für ungut, aber ich hab es gelesen......siehe Beginn.....ungefragterweise
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Tuesday, October 26th 2004, 11:59pm

@newtechxl,

es gibt in den zweiwöchentlichen Reports von Jason Hommel eine laufende, relativ umfassende Übersicht (ich glaube die Liste von Tschonko stammt von dort). In der Liste sind die Unternehmen nach den verschiedenen Stadien (vom Explorer bis zu den Minen, die schon produzieren) sortiert.

Ich würde mich an diese Liste als wesentliches Hilfswerkzeug halten, da hier auch vielfältige Informationen (News, Bewertung wieviel das Unternehmen je Unze wert ist, ...) enthalten ist. Zusätzlich ist in dieser Übersicht auch markiert, welche Aktien Jason Hommel selbst hält (auch ein Indikator, dass er dieser Firma etwas zutraut).

Letztendlich kann man sich anhand dieser Liste selbst diejenigen Unternehmen (Junioren) heraussuchen, die einem am interessantesten erscheinen.

Gruß

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Wednesday, October 27th 2004, 12:02am

Link zu Jason Hommel Silberreport:

http://www.silverstockreport.com/

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Wednesday, October 27th 2004, 4:20am

Danke . Hommels Report ist mir bekannt.

Endeauvor Silver
und
Abcourt kann man noch zu den Juniors zaehlen.

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Saturday, November 6th 2004, 4:37pm

CREAM MINERALS OPTIONS MEXICAN GOLD - SILVER PROPERTY
Cream Minerals Ltd. (CMA-TSX-V) (“Cream”) is pleased to announce that its wholly owned Mexican
subsidiary, Cream Minerals de Mexico S.A. de C.V. (the “Subsidiary”), has entered into an option to
purchase agreement (the “Agreement”), with Juan Pablo Aguilera Barba and Celina Lopez
Camarena. (the “Optionors”) to acquire a 51% right, title and interest in and to the “Fenix” and “La
Fenix 2” gold-silver properties (the “Property”), located in the Province of Nayarit, Mexico.
Subject to regulatory approval, and pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, the Optionors will vest the
51% right, title and interest in and to the Property to the Subsidiary in exchange for cash payments
totalling US$100,000 over a six-month period and 200,000 common shares of Cream to be received over
a 12 month period. In addition to the above cash and share payments, the Subsidiary must incur
expenditures on the Property totalling US$300,000 within one year following the date of regulatory
approval.
Once vested with the 51% right, title and interest in and to the Property, the Subsidiary will enter into a
joint venture with the Optionors whereby both parties will transfer their respective right, title and interest
in and to the Property into a newly formed Mexican corporation which shall be owned 51% by the
Subsidiary and 49% by the Optionors.
The Property centres on two historic, high-grade gold-silver mines that are separated by a distance of
about 700 metres horizontally and about 25 metres vertically. The workings appear to be centred on a
fault – breccia zone having an average width of 1.80 metres within a 100 metre wide zone of silicification
and quartz stockwork. The wall rock is bedded, silica flooded rhyolitic tuff showing sericite and argillic
alteration with some secondary feldspar. The original workings were accessed by shallow adits. The
Subsidiary proposes to drill below the workings to determine if the mineralization extends to depth.
The Property is under the supervision of Mr. Ferdinand Holcapek, P.Eng. Mr. Holcapek is the
Company’s "Qualified Person" for the purpose of National Instrument 43-101.
For more information about Cream Minerals Ltd. and its projects, please visit our website at
www.creamminerals.com.