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Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, Risiko
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Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück tr.

 
01.02.00 02:40
#1
da er im WO Interview Informationen an die Öffentlichkeit gegeben hat, die nicht für jeden Aktionär zugänglich waren.Daraufhin bekam er von der ASX einen auf den Deckel.Er wird auch weiterhin eine führende Position im Unternehmen einnehmen.Jetzt könnt ihr hoffentlich wieder gut schlafen.

P.S. Quelle darf ich diesmal sagen*g*
0190-570549 zockeronline
Die sehen übrigens den Rücktritt von Craig Manners positiv, und erwarten in den nächsten Tagen wieder Kurse.
In Australien sagt man, das Adelong in den nächsten 2 Wochen 2 neue Beteitigungen bekannt gibt.Man spricht von einem chinesichem Aktionshaus und von einem indonesichem e-commerce Anbieter.
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, Goldrausch
Goldrausch:

Re: Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musst.

 
01.02.00 02:51
#2
Danke für die Info!!!
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, Risiko
Risiko:

Adelong:Allerneuste Meldung.Unbedingt lesen Statement+Report

 
01.02.00 03:54
#3
Ich habe eben  bei Adelong angerufen und nach gefragt was an den Gerüchten dran ist, und mir wurde nur gesagt, kein Kommentar und das man sich über ASX zu gegebener Zeit über alles weiter äußern wird, aber das alles weiterhin nach Plan läuft.Also, ich werde auf keinen Fall auch nur 1 Aktie verkaufen.Bei 2.5 Euro denke ich eventuell mal über einen Teilverkauf nach.Und das werden dann maximal 20-25% meiner Aktien sein.



ABER NUN DIE MELDUNG (meine Quelle: Reuters Business Briefing) :

01/02/00 AUSTRALIA: ADELONG CONCOLIDATED GOLD MINES N.L.(AEG.AX)SECOND QUARTER ACTIVITIES & CASHFLOW REPORT.




TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENTS

ESMART

During the December quarter eSmart launched a National ISP Service
which covers all Australian Capital Cities and various regional
centres.

A marketing company in Melbourne was appointed during the quarter to
implement a marketing strategy for eSmart`s ISP, Remote back-up and
e-commerce services.

FREEISP

FreeISP, an internet marketing company and provider of free internet
access, advanced its Sydney roll-out during the quarter, as well as
appointing Tamara Kiniry as CEO, and forming a strategic alliance
with Yahoo! Australia and NZ.

ADELONG PROJECT

EXPLORATION

During the quarter, the company completed a reverse circulation
drilling program at the Sawpit prospect, on EL4985. Previous
exploration by the company delineated `ore grade` material on old
mine dumps, gold in soil anomalies and references to a `gigantic
lode` in historical reports. Drilling targeted mineralisation
associated with old workings to nominally 50 metres below surface.

The old workings extend for over 700m along strike. Results from the
drilling program are outlined below.

SAWPIT PROSPECT - DRILLING RESULTS

HOLE NO. NORTHING HOLE FROM TO WIDTH Au
AMG ANGLE (m) (m) (mdh) (g/t)

ARC114 6089560 -50 9 10 1 1.09
18 19 1 2.12
24 25 1 3.65
ARC115 6089560 -65 27 28 1 2.62
40 42 2 4.02
49 51 2 2.36
ARC116 6089620 -50 29 31 2 2.39*
ARC119 -63 42 56 14 1.8
incl. 53 56 3 4.96
ARC117 -70 58 62 4 1.1
ARC120 6089705 -50 22 24 2 3.93
ARC121 .1 -70 52 53 1 1.61
ARC118 6089910 -55 8 22 14 0.56
ARC122 -65 24 30 6 3.92*
42 43 1 1.98


*Additional assays awaited.

Considering the Sawpit prospect had never been drill tested the above
results are considered encouraging and the prospect does offer some
potential for exploitable mineralisation. Importantly mineralisation
remains open in all directions.

`GRANITE MINING` OPERATIONS

The company has concluded a `Granite Mining Operations Deed` with
Adelong Quarries Pty Ltd. The agreement allows Adelong Quarries to
mine, crush, produce and sell construction materials. Adelong
Quarries are required to supply all of the necessary equipment and
related infrastructure to establish the operation. Adelong
Consolidated Gold Mines NL will receive a royalty on all products
sold. More importantly, the establishment of mine related
infrastructure and the prior removal of waste overburden should
decrease anticipated capital expenditure and mining costs if open cut
gold production at the Challenger commences in the future.

G Swaby
COMPANY SECRETARY

COMPETENT PERSON DECLARATION

The information in this report insofar as it relates to resources is
based on information compiled by D J Hobby who is a Member of The
Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and who has a minimum
of five years relevant experience in the field being reported on.



ASX.





Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, auf geht´s
auf geht´s:

Danke Risiko für deine Nachrichten - möglicherweise sieht die Sac.

 
01.02.00 06:51
#4
aussichtslos aus wie ich bisher gedacht hatte.

Da du dich ja als Insider beim Thema Australien-Werte erwiesen hast,kann ich jetzt auch mal etwas ruhiger schlafen und werde meine ADELONGS auch weiter halten und bei Rückgang eher nachkaufen.

Ebenso vielen Dank für den ABADOR-Tip damals - hier wird´s richtig Schotter
geben.
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, HOFA
HOFA:

an RISIKO

 
01.02.00 06:51
#5
guten morgen risiko,

weißt du zufällig ab wann adelong wieder gehandelt werden soll ?

gruß

hofa
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, Risiko
Risiko:

Adelong Aktionäre unbedingt lesen:

 
01.02.00 07:05
#6
RESPONSE TO ASX QUERY

We refer to your letter of 27 January 2000.

The interview with Mr Craig Manners, a former Director of the
Company, was published on an Internet chat site in Germany and a copy
of the English translation of the interview is attached. In the
interview Mr Manners is incorrectly referred to as the Chairman.

Mr Manners has advised the Company that the published interview
differs in a number of material respects from the text of the actual
interview.

The Directors other than Messrs Manners and Flynn were unaware of the
interview and only Mr Manners was aware that the interview was
reported on the chat site. The report of the interview was in German
and so Mr Manners was unaware of what had been published until
receiving the attached translation.

At a meeting of shareholders held on the 19 November 1999, the
Company was authorised by its shareholders to change its activity to
include strategic investments in technology based companies. The
Company intends to prepare a Information Memorandum for shareholders
detailing its strategy in relation to such investments. This strategy
has been the subject of announcements made on 13 August, 1 September,
the Explanatory Memorandum in the Prospectus dated 20 October, the
September quarterly, the Annual Report and in further announcements
on 9 November, 10 and 15 December. The Directors consider the market
has been informed about the Company's strategy in relation to its
intention to undertake strategic investments into technology based
companies.

Turning to the specific issues raised by the Australian Stock
Exchange Limited ("ASX") the Company comments as follows:

1. The Company provided its response on 27 January 2000 to an ASX
price query raised on that date based on the advice of those
Directors who were in Australia and available for comment. At that
time the Directors, other than Messrs Manners and Flynn, were not
aware of the interview held on the 14th and none of the Directors
were aware of what was published as a result of the interview either
because of the interview being published in German or because they
didn't know of the interview. The Directors became aware when the
matter was brought to the attention of the Company by the ASX and
translated into English. In relation to the share price movements and
the volumes traded, this was considered by the Company to be public
information and hence was not the subject of any comment in relation
to the Company's response to the ASX queries.

The Company had previously responded to price queries on 29 December
1999 and 17 January 2000 providing the possible explanation for the
price changes at that time as being due to the European investment
community interest in the Company and the strategic alliance between
FreeISP and Yahoo! Australia and New Zealand. The Directors did not
include this explanation in their release on 27 January 2000 on the
basis this information was already known to the market and was not
something that was new or provided an additional explanation for the
price movements.

2. See the response in 1 above.

3. The Company considered it had provided the information required
under Listing Rule 3.1 regarding its change of activities. In the
resolution put to shareholders on 19 November 1999, approval was
obtained for the Company to expand its activities to include
strategic investments in technology based companies. This is a broad
description. This change was supported by the explanatory material
provided to shareholders in relation to that resolution. Subsequent
to sending the meeting materials to shareholders, the Company, in its
20 October 1999 Prospectus, made reference to its investments into an
information technology company and into an Internet company. Further,
in its announcement on 9 December 1999, the Company stated that:

(a) it was currently researching a number of commercially focused
telecommunications, technology and Internet companies in which to
invest venture capital and to assist those companies to reach the IPO
stage; and

(b) it envisaged it could have up to 15 such investments by mid to
late 2000.

4. Other than with respect to the strategic alliance which Free ISP
has with Yahoo! Australia and New Zealand which the Company
announced, the Company has not made any announcements in relation to
any proposed transactions by the Company or Free ISP with top
Internet names. The view expressed in the interview may have been the
personal view of a Director however this has not been the subject of
any deliberation or consideration by the Board.

5. The Company has not resolved to make any placements. The view
expressed in the interview may have been the personal view of a
Director however this has not been the subject of any deliberation or
resolution of the Board.

6. The Board has been considering how best it can maximise the value
of its gold assets. The Board resolved to form the subsidiary,
Challenger Gold NL (named after the deposit) and to transfer all its
gold assets into that entity. The Board has not resolved to proceed
with a spin off float of its subsidiary and hence it had not made any
release on the matter, relying upon the carve outs to Listing Rule
3.1. Given what has been stated in the interview, the Board advises
the market that as part of its assessment of how to maximise value to
shareholders, the Board is still considering a spin-off of its gold
assets in the new entity. In the event a decision is made to spin-off
such an entity then shareholders will receive an entitlement to those
shares in accordance with the requirements of Listing Rule 11.4.

7. An agreement was entered into with Free ISP on 19 January 2000.
This was the date the Company received the announcement from Free
ISP. The announcement was released to the market on the same day. In
relation to what has bean stated in the interview, the Company has
been advised by Mr Manners that be was of the view that Free ISP was
expecting to enter into a transaction which was to be announced prior
to 19 January 2000. At the time Mr Manners gave the interview he
requested that an embargo be put on the publication of the interview
until 19 January 2000. Mr Manners has advised that at the time of the
interview he was not aware of the details of the transaction and was
unaware that the transaction was not concluded on 13 January as he
initially believed. The transaction was act in fact concluded until
19 January 2000.

8. The Directors advise shareholders that:

(a) the latest update of the register of members shows that
73,273,662 shares or 72.87% of the capital of the Company are
registered in the name of ANZ Nominees Limited. Enquiries have
commenced to determine who are the beneficial owners of these shares;

(b) on the basis of the Company's advices to the effect that the
Company knew of no reason why there had been price changes in the
Company's shares:

(i) a number of the Directors have sold shares or converted options
and sold the resultant shares in the Company in which they have an
entitlement. Those Directors whose shareholdings have been so
affected either have, or are in the process of filing details of
these sales; and

(ii) there have been rumours which the Directors are currently unable
to verify, that there are or may have been one or more investors who
have had to or may have to cover short selling in the Company's
shares; and

(c) since the last reporting, there have been the following movements
in issued capital due to conversion of options:

CLASSES OF OPTIONS CONVERTED
Expiring 30.12.2003 (listed)                   12,883,628
Expiring 30.11.2000 (listed)                   12,623,390
Expiring 31.01.2000 (unlisted)                    173,000
Expiring 31.10.2000 (unlisted)                    800,000
Expiring 30.11.2001 (unlisted)                  3,000,000

CURRENT ISSUED CAPITAL                        
Fully paid shares                             102,986,957
30.11.2000 options                             16,716,864
30.11.2001 options (unlisted)                   2,500,000
30.12.2003 options                             16,307,069

The Company considers it is in compliance with Listing Rule 3.1.


G Swaby
COMPANY SECRETARY

A full copy of this announcement, including Interview with Craig
Manners, is available for purchase from ASX Customer Service on 1 300
300 279. Charges apply.

MORE TO FOLLOW
ADELONG CAPITAL LIMITED                       2000-02-01  ASX-SIGNAL-G

HOMEX - Perth                                                        

+++++++++++++++++++++++++
ASX QUERY

We refer to the Company's announcement lodged with ASX on 27 January
2000 in response to an ASX share price query of the same date, and to
the transcript dated 14 January 2000 of an interview with Mr Craig
Manners, a director of the Company, conducted in German and available
on the internet @ www.wallstreetonline.de, a copy of which is
attached.

We regard timely disclosure of relevant information as of prime
importance in the operation of an efficient market. Listing rule 3.1
is a particularly important listing tale. It is part of ASX's
continuous disclosure, regime and is based on the following
principle:

  "Timely disclosure must be made of information which may affect
  security values or influence investment decisions, and information
  in which security holders, investors and ASX have a legitimate
  interest."

In relation to our question about whether the Company was aware of
any information concerning it which, had it been available to the
market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for recent
trading in the securities of the Company we note that the Company has
advised as follows:

  "The Company is not aware of any information concerning it which,
  had it been available to the market, might reasonably be regarded
  as an explanation for recent trading in the securities of the
  Company."

Further, in relation to out question about whether the Company was
able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
securities of the Company we note that the Company has advised as
follows:

  "The Company is not able to offer any further explanation for the
  price change in the securities of the Company"

We understand that the transcript with Mr Manners who is a director
of the Company states the following:

* the Company is changing in industry and is becoming an internet and
 telecommunications based venture capital company to take advantage
 of the technical revolution currently occurring on a global scale

* Adelong expects that shortly a US Asian or European internet portal
 or venture capital company will acquire a substantial share in
 Adelong, participate at Board level and drive future long term
 growth when the Company's share price hits 2-3 EURO dollars

* Adelong expects that it will shortly be able to announce a
 co-operation with one of the top internet names

* FreeISP [a company in which the the Company holds a 20% interest]
 has just signed contracts regarding a partnership with one of the
 largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia.

* a placement is planned for when the Company's share price hits 1
 EURO dollar

* Adelong plans to list its gold interests separately as Challenger
 Gold Limited

We draw your attention to the definition of "aware" in chapter 19 of
the listing rules which states that:

  "an entity becomes aware of information if a director or executive
  officer (in the case of a trust, director or executive officer of
  the responsible entity or management company) has, or ought
  reasonably to have, come into possess of the information in the
  course of the performance of their duties as a director or
  executive officer of that entity".

We also draw to your attention to chapters 3 and chapter 11 of the
listing rules.

Having regard to the above, ASX requests that the Company advise on
the following;

1. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  aware of any information concerning it which, had it been available
  to the market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for
  recent trading in the securities of the Company?

2. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
  securities of the Company?

3. Has the Company announced to ASX all the information above
  regarding change of activities? If not, why not?

4. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  proposed transaction with top internet names? If not, why not?

5. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  placements? If not, why not?

6. Has the Company announced to ASX the information regarding the
  spin-off of its gold assets? If not, why not?

7. Was the partnership agreement signed by FreeISP with one of the
  largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia, referred
  to above, the agreement between FreeISP and Space Media announced
  on 19 January 2000? If so, why was that agreement not announced
  until 19 January 2000?

8. Can the Company confirm to ASX that it is in compliance with the
  listing rules and, in particular, listing rule 3.1?

The queries set out above cover matters of current specific interest
to us. However, we cannot be aware of all the information which would
be required to ensure that the market is properly informed in
accordance with listing rule 3.1. Accordingly, we would emphasise
that your responsibility under that listing rule is not confined to,
or necessarily satisfied by, answering the specific requests set out
in this letter.

If the information requested is information required to be released
pursuant to listing rule 3.1 your obligation is to disclose the
information immediately. Otherwise, your co-operation in lodging a
reply in a format suitable for release to the market is required as
soon as possible and, in any event, not later than half an hour prior
to the commencement of trading (ie prior to 6.30 am W.S.T) on Friday
28 January 2000. Your response should be sent directly to me on
facsimile number 9221 2020. It should not be sent to the Company
Announcements Office.

If you are unable to respond by that time you may wish to request a
trading halt in the Company's securities. As set out in listing rule
17.1 and the "Trading Halts" Guidance Note we may grant a trading
halt at your request. We may require the request to be in writing. We
are not required to act on your request. You must tell us each of the
following:

* The reasons for the trading halt.
* How long you want the trading halt to last.
* The event you expect to happen that will end the trading halt.
* That you are not aware of any reason why the trading halt should
 not be granted.
* Any other information necessary to inform the market about the
 trading halt, or that we ask for.

The trading halt cannot extend past the commencement of normal
trading on the second day after the day on which it is granted. If a
trading halt is requested and granted and you are still unable to
reply to this enquiry prior to the commencement of trading,
suspension from quotation would normally be imposed by us from the
commencement of trading if not previously requested by you.

The Company is also requested to provide to ASX a translation into
English of the transcript of interview attached to this letter. If
you have any queries on this letter, please do not hesitate to
contact the undersigned on 9224 0013.

J Moran
LISTINGS OFFICER
ASX
ADELONG CAPITAL LIMITED                       2000-02-01  ASX-SIGNAL-G

HOMEX - Perth                                                        

+++++++++++++++++++++++++
ASX QUERY

We refer to the Company's announcement lodged with ASX on 27 January
2000 in response to an ASX share price query of the same date, and to
the transcript dated 14 January 2000 of an interview with Mr Craig
Manners, a director of the Company, conducted in German and available
on the internet @ www.wallstreetonline.de, a copy of which is
attached.

We regard timely disclosure of relevant information as of prime
importance in the operation of an efficient market. Listing rule 3.1
is a particularly important listing tale. It is part of ASX's
continuous disclosure, regime and is based on the following
principle:

  "Timely disclosure must be made of information which may affect
  security values or influence investment decisions, and information
  in which security holders, investors and ASX have a legitimate
  interest."

In relation to our question about whether the Company was aware of
any information concerning it which, had it been available to the
market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for recent
trading in the securities of the Company we note that the Company has
advised as follows:

  "The Company is not aware of any information concerning it which,
  had it been available to the market, might reasonably be regarded
  as an explanation for recent trading in the securities of the
  Company."

Further, in relation to out question about whether the Company was
able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
securities of the Company we note that the Company has advised as
follows:

  "The Company is not able to offer any further explanation for the
  price change in the securities of the Company"

We understand that the transcript with Mr Manners who is a director
of the Company states the following:

* the Company is changing in industry and is becoming an internet and
 telecommunications based venture capital company to take advantage
 of the technical revolution currently occurring on a global scale

* Adelong expects that shortly a US Asian or European internet portal
 or venture capital company will acquire a substantial share in
 Adelong, participate at Board level and drive future long term
 growth when the Company's share price hits 2-3 EURO dollars

* Adelong expects that it will shortly be able to announce a
 co-operation with one of the top internet names

* FreeISP [a company in which the the Company holds a 20% interest]
 has just signed contracts regarding a partnership with one of the
 largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia.

* a placement is planned for when the Company's share price hits 1
 EURO dollar

* Adelong plans to list its gold interests separately as Challenger
 Gold Limited

We draw your attention to the definition of "aware" in chapter 19 of
the listing rules which states that:

  "an entity becomes aware of information if a director or executive
  officer (in the case of a trust, director or executive officer of
  the responsible entity or management company) has, or ought
  reasonably to have, come into possess of the information in the
  course of the performance of their duties as a director or
  executive officer of that entity".

We also draw to your attention to chapters 3 and chapter 11 of the
listing rules.

Having regard to the above, ASX requests that the Company advise on
the following;

1. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  aware of any information concerning it which, had it been available
  to the market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for
  recent trading in the securities of the Company?

2. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
  securities of the Company?

3. Has the Company announced to ASX all the information above
  regarding change of activities? If not, why not?

4. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  proposed transaction with top internet names? If not, why not?

5. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  placements? If not, why not?

6. Has the Company announced to ASX the information regarding the
  spin-off of its gold assets? If not, why not?

7. Was the partnership agreement signed by FreeISP with one of the
  largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia, referred
  to above, the agreement between FreeISP and Space Media announced
  on 19 January 2000? If so, why was that agreement not announced
  until 19 January 2000?

8. Can the Company confirm to ASX that it is in compliance with the
  listing rules and, in particular, listing rule 3.1?

The queries set out above cover matters of current specific interest
to us. However, we cannot be aware of all the information which would
be required to ensure that the market is properly informed in
accordance with listing rule 3.1. Accordingly, we would emphasise
that your responsibility under that listing rule is not confined to,
or necessarily satisfied by, answering the specific requests set out
in this letter.

If the information requested is information required to be released
pursuant to listing rule 3.1 your obligation is to disclose the
information immediately. Otherwise, your co-operation in lodging a
reply in a format suitable for release to the market is required as
soon as possible and, in any event, not later than half an hour prior
to the commencement of trading (ie prior to 6.30 am W.S.T) on Friday
28 January 2000. Your response should be sent directly to me on
facsimile number 9221 2020. It should not be sent to the Company
Announcements Office.

If you are unable to respond by that time you may wish to request a
trading halt in the Company's securities. As set out in listing rule
17.1 and the "Trading Halts" Guidance Note we may grant a trading
halt at your request. We may require the request to be in writing. We
are not required to act on your request. You must tell us each of the
following:

* The reasons for the trading halt.
* How long you want the trading halt to last.
* The event you expect to happen that will end the trading halt.
* That you are not aware of any reason why the trading halt should
 not be granted.
* Any other information necessary to inform the market about the
 trading halt, or that we ask for.

The trading halt cannot extend past the commencement of normal
trading on the second day after the day on which it is granted. If a
trading halt is requested and granted and you are still unable to
reply to this enquiry prior to the commencement of trading,
suspension from quotation would normally be imposed by us from the
commencement of trading if not previously requested by you.

The Company is also requested to provide to ASX a translation into
English of the transcript of interview attached to this letter. If
you have any queries on this letter, please do not hesitate to
contact the undersigned on 9224 0013.

J Moran
LISTINGS OFFICER
ASX
ADELONG CAPITAL LIMITED                       2000-02-01  ASX-SIGNAL-G

HOMEX - Perth                                                        

+++++++++++++++++++++++++
ASX QUERY

We refer to the Company's announcement lodged with ASX on 27 January
2000 in response to an ASX share price query of the same date, and to
the transcript dated 14 January 2000 of an interview with Mr Craig
Manners, a director of the Company, conducted in German and available
on the internet @ www.wallstreetonline.de, a copy of which is
attached.

We regard timely disclosure of relevant information as of prime
importance in the operation of an efficient market. Listing rule 3.1
is a particularly important listing tale. It is part of ASX's
continuous disclosure, regime and is based on the following
principle:

  "Timely disclosure must be made of information which may affect
  security values or influence investment decisions, and information
  in which security holders, investors and ASX have a legitimate
  interest."

In relation to our question about whether the Company was aware of
any information concerning it which, had it been available to the
market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for recent
trading in the securities of the Company we note that the Company has
advised as follows:

  "The Company is not aware of any information concerning it which,
  had it been available to the market, might reasonably be regarded
  as an explanation for recent trading in the securities of the
  Company."

Further, in relation to out question about whether the Company was
able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
securities of the Company we note that the Company has advised as
follows:

  "The Company is not able to offer any further explanation for the
  price change in the securities of the Company"

We understand that the transcript with Mr Manners who is a director
of the Company states the following:

* the Company is changing in industry and is becoming an internet and
 telecommunications based venture capital company to take advantage
 of the technical revolution currently occurring on a global scale

* Adelong expects that shortly a US Asian or European internet portal
 or venture capital company will acquire a substantial share in
 Adelong, participate at Board level and drive future long term
 growth when the Company's share price hits 2-3 EURO dollars

* Adelong expects that it will shortly be able to announce a
 co-operation with one of the top internet names

* FreeISP [a company in which the the Company holds a 20% interest]
 has just signed contracts regarding a partnership with one of the
 largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia.

* a placement is planned for when the Company's share price hits 1
 EURO dollar

* Adelong plans to list its gold interests separately as Challenger
 Gold Limited

We draw your attention to the definition of "aware" in chapter 19 of
the listing rules which states that:

  "an entity becomes aware of information if a director or executive
  officer (in the case of a trust, director or executive officer of
  the responsible entity or management company) has, or ought
  reasonably to have, come into possess of the information in the
  course of the performance of their duties as a director or
  executive officer of that entity".

We also draw to your attention to chapters 3 and chapter 11 of the
listing rules.

Having regard to the above, ASX requests that the Company advise on
the following;

1. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  aware of any information concerning it which, had it been available
  to the market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for
  recent trading in the securities of the Company?

2. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
  securities of the Company?

3. Has the Company announced to ASX all the information above
  regarding change of activities? If not, why not?

4. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  proposed transaction with top internet names? If not, why not?

5. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  placements? If not, why not?

6. Has the Company announced to ASX the information regarding the
  spin-off of its gold assets? If not, why not?

7. Was the partnership agreement signed by FreeISP with one of the
  largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia, referred
  to above, the agreement between FreeISP and Space Media announced
  on 19 January 2000? If so, why was that agreement not announced
  until 19 January 2000?

8. Can the Company confirm to ASX that it is in compliance with the
  listing rules and, in particular, listing rule 3.1?

The queries set out above cover matters of current specific interest
to us. However, we cannot be aware of all the information which would
be required to ensure that the market is properly informed in
accordance with listing rule 3.1. Accordingly, we would emphasise
that your responsibility under that listing rule is not confined to,
or necessarily satisfied by, answering the specific requests set out
in this letter.

If the information requested is information required to be released
pursuant to listing rule 3.1 your obligation is to disclose the
information immediately. Otherwise, your co-operation in lodging a
reply in a format suitable for release to the market is required as
soon as possible and, in any event, not later than half an hour prior
to the commencement of trading (ie prior to 6.30 am W.S.T) on Friday
28 January 2000. Your response should be sent directly to me on
facsimile number 9221 2020. It should not be sent to the Company
Announcements Office.

If you are unable to respond by that time you may wish to request a
trading halt in the Company's securities. As set out in listing rule
17.1 and the "Trading Halts" Guidance Note we may grant a trading
halt at your request. We may require the request to be in writing. We
are not required to act on your request. You must tell us each of the
following:

* The reasons for the trading halt.
* How long you want the trading halt to last.
* The event you expect to happen that will end the trading halt.
* That you are not aware of any reason why the trading halt should
 not be granted.
* Any other information necessary to inform the market about the
 trading halt, or that we ask for.

The trading halt cannot extend past the commencement of normal
trading on the second day after the day on which it is granted. If a
trading halt is requested and granted and you are still unable to
reply to this enquiry prior to the commencement of trading,
suspension from quotation would normally be imposed by us from the
commencement of trading if not previously requested by you.

The Company is also requested to provide to ASX a translation into
English of the transcript of interview attached to this letter. If
you have any queries on this letter, please do not hesitate to
contact the undersigned on 9224 0013.

J Moran
LISTINGS OFFICER
ASX
ADELONG CAPITAL LIMITED                       2000-02-01  ASX-SIGNAL-G

HOMEX - Perth                                                        

+++++++++++++++++++++++++
ASX QUERY

We refer to the Company's announcement lodged with ASX on 27 January
2000 in response to an ASX share price query of the same date, and to
the transcript dated 14 January 2000 of an interview with Mr Craig
Manners, a director of the Company, conducted in German and available
on the internet @ www.wallstreetonline.de, a copy of which is
attached.

We regard timely disclosure of relevant information as of prime
importance in the operation of an efficient market. Listing rule 3.1
is a particularly important listing tale. It is part of ASX's
continuous disclosure, regime and is based on the following
principle:

  "Timely disclosure must be made of information which may affect
  security values or influence investment decisions, and information
  in which security holders, investors and ASX have a legitimate
  interest."

In relation to our question about whether the Company was aware of
any information concerning it which, had it been available to the
market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for recent
trading in the securities of the Company we note that the Company has
advised as follows:

  "The Company is not aware of any information concerning it which,
  had it been available to the market, might reasonably be regarded
  as an explanation for recent trading in the securities of the
  Company."

Further, in relation to out question about whether the Company was
able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
securities of the Company we note that the Company has advised as
follows:

  "The Company is not able to offer any further explanation for the
  price change in the securities of the Company"

We understand that the transcript with Mr Manners who is a director
of the Company states the following:

* the Company is changing in industry and is becoming an internet and
 telecommunications based venture capital company to take advantage
 of the technical revolution currently occurring on a global scale

* Adelong expects that shortly a US Asian or European internet portal
 or venture capital company will acquire a substantial share in
 Adelong, participate at Board level and drive future long term
 growth when the Company's share price hits 2-3 EURO dollars

* Adelong expects that it will shortly be able to announce a
 co-operation with one of the top internet names

* FreeISP [a company in which the the Company holds a 20% interest]
 has just signed contracts regarding a partnership with one of the
 largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia.

* a placement is planned for when the Company's share price hits 1
 EURO dollar

* Adelong plans to list its gold interests separately as Challenger
 Gold Limited

We draw your attention to the definition of "aware" in chapter 19 of
the listing rules which states that:

  "an entity becomes aware of information if a director or executive
  officer (in the case of a trust, director or executive officer of
  the responsible entity or management company) has, or ought
  reasonably to have, come into possess of the information in the
  course of the performance of their duties as a director or
  executive officer of that entity".

We also draw to your attention to chapters 3 and chapter 11 of the
listing rules.

Having regard to the above, ASX requests that the Company advise on
the following;

1. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  aware of any information concerning it which, had it been available
  to the market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for
  recent trading in the securities of the Company?

2. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
  securities of the Company?

3. Has the Company announced to ASX all the information above
  regarding change of activities? If not, why not?

4. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  proposed transaction with top internet names? If not, why not?

5. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  placements? If not, why not?

6. Has the Company announced to ASX the information regarding the
  spin-off of its gold assets? If not, why not?

7. Was the partnership agreement signed by FreeISP with one of the
  largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia, referred
  to above, the agreement between FreeISP and Space Media announced
  on 19 January 2000? If so, why was that agreement not announced
  until 19 January 2000?

8. Can the Company confirm to ASX that it is in compliance with the
  listing rules and, in particular, listing rule 3.1?

The queries set out above cover matters of current specific interest
to us. However, we cannot be aware of all the information which would
be required to ensure that the market is properly informed in
accordance with listing rule 3.1. Accordingly, we would emphasise
that your responsibility under that listing rule is not confined to,
or necessarily satisfied by, answering the specific requests set out
in this letter.

If the information requested is information required to be released
pursuant to listing rule 3.1 your obligation is to disclose the
information immediately. Otherwise, your co-operation in lodging a
reply in a format suitable for release to the market is required as
soon as possible and, in any event, not later than half an hour prior
to the commencement of trading (ie prior to 6.30 am W.S.T) on Friday
28 January 2000. Your response should be sent directly to me on
facsimile number 9221 2020. It should not be sent to the Company
Announcements Office.

If you are unable to respond by that time you may wish to request a
trading halt in the Company's securities. As set out in listing rule
17.1 and the "Trading Halts" Guidance Note we may grant a trading
halt at your request. We may require the request to be in writing. We
are not required to act on your request. You must tell us each of the
following:

* The reasons for the trading halt.
* How long you want the trading halt to last.
* The event you expect to happen that will end the trading halt.
* That you are not aware of any reason why the trading halt should
 not be granted.
* Any other information necessary to inform the market about the
 trading halt, or that we ask for.

The trading halt cannot extend past the commencement of normal
trading on the second day after the day on which it is granted. If a
trading halt is requested and granted and you are still unable to
reply to this enquiry prior to the commencement of trading,
suspension from quotation would normally be imposed by us from the
commencement of trading if not previously requested by you.

The Company is also requested to provide to ASX a translation into
English of the transcript of interview attached to this letter. If
you have any queries on this letter, please do not hesitate to
contact the undersigned on 9224 0013.

J Moran
LISTINGS OFFICER
ASX
ADELONG CAPITAL LIMITED                       2000-02-01  ASX-SIGNAL-G

HOMEX - Perth                                                        

+++++++++++++++++++++++++
ASX QUERY

We refer to the Company's announcement lodged with ASX on 27 January
2000 in response to an ASX share price query of the same date, and to
the transcript dated 14 January 2000 of an interview with Mr Craig
Manners, a director of the Company, conducted in German and available
on the internet @ www.wallstreetonline.de, a copy of which is
attached.

We regard timely disclosure of relevant information as of prime
importance in the operation of an efficient market. Listing rule 3.1
is a particularly important listing tale. It is part of ASX's
continuous disclosure, regime and is based on the following
principle:

  "Timely disclosure must be made of information which may affect
  security values or influence investment decisions, and information
  in which security holders, investors and ASX have a legitimate
  interest."

In relation to our question about whether the Company was aware of
any information concerning it which, had it been available to the
market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for recent
trading in the securities of the Company we note that the Company has
advised as follows:

  "The Company is not aware of any information concerning it which,
  had it been available to the market, might reasonably be regarded
  as an explanation for recent trading in the securities of the
  Company."

Further, in relation to out question about whether the Company was
able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
securities of the Company we note that the Company has advised as
follows:

  "The Company is not able to offer any further explanation for the
  price change in the securities of the Company"

We understand that the transcript with Mr Manners who is a director
of the Company states the following:

* the Company is changing in industry and is becoming an internet and
 telecommunications based venture capital company to take advantage
 of the technical revolution currently occurring on a global scale

* Adelong expects that shortly a US Asian or European internet portal
 or venture capital company will acquire a substantial share in
 Adelong, participate at Board level and drive future long term
 growth when the Company's share price hits 2-3 EURO dollars

* Adelong expects that it will shortly be able to announce a
 co-operation with one of the top internet names

* FreeISP [a company in which the the Company holds a 20% interest]
 has just signed contracts regarding a partnership with one of the
 largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia.

* a placement is planned for when the Company's share price hits 1
 EURO dollar

* Adelong plans to list its gold interests separately as Challenger
 Gold Limited

We draw your attention to the definition of "aware" in chapter 19 of
the listing rules which states that:

  "an entity becomes aware of information if a director or executive
  officer (in the case of a trust, director or executive officer of
  the responsible entity or management company) has, or ought
  reasonably to have, come into possess of the information in the
  course of the performance of their duties as a director or
  executive officer of that entity".

We also draw to your attention to chapters 3 and chapter 11 of the
listing rules.

Having regard to the above, ASX requests that the Company advise on
the following;

1. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  aware of any information concerning it which, had it been available
  to the market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for
  recent trading in the securities of the Company?

2. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
  securities of the Company?

3. Has the Company announced to ASX all the information above
  regarding change of activities? If not, why not?

4. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  proposed transaction with top internet names? If not, why not?

5. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  placements? If not, why not?

6. Has the Company announced to ASX the information regarding the
  spin-off of its gold assets? If not, why not?

7. Was the partnership agreement signed by FreeISP with one of the
  largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia, referred
  to above, the agreement between FreeISP and Space Media announced
  on 19 January 2000? If so, why was that agreement not announced
  until 19 January 2000?

8. Can the Company confirm to ASX that it is in compliance with the
  listing rules and, in particular, listing rule 3.1?

The queries set out above cover matters of current specific interest
to us. However, we cannot be aware of all the information which would
be required to ensure that the market is properly informed in
accordance with listing rule 3.1. Accordingly, we would emphasise
that your responsibility under that listing rule is not confined to,
or necessarily satisfied by, answering the specific requests set out
in this letter.

If the information requested is information required to be released
pursuant to listing rule 3.1 your obligation is to disclose the
information immediately. Otherwise, your co-operation in lodging a
reply in a format suitable for release to the market is required as
soon as possible and, in any event, not later than half an hour prior
to the commencement of trading (ie prior to 6.30 am W.S.T) on Friday
28 January 2000. Your response should be sent directly to me on
facsimile number 9221 2020. It should not be sent to the Company
Announcements Office.

If you are unable to respond by that time you may wish to request a
trading halt in the Company's securities. As set out in listing rule
17.1 and the "Trading Halts" Guidance Note we may grant a trading
halt at your request. We may require the request to be in writing. We
are not required to act on your request. You must tell us each of the
following:

* The reasons for the trading halt.
* How long you want the trading halt to last.
* The event you expect to happen that will end the trading halt.
* That you are not aware of any reason why the trading halt should
 not be granted.
* Any other information necessary to inform the market about the
 trading halt, or that we ask for.

The trading halt cannot extend past the commencement of normal
trading on the second day after the day on which it is granted. If a
trading halt is requested and granted and you are still unable to
reply to this enquiry prior to the commencement of trading,
suspension from quotation would normally be imposed by us from the
commencement of trading if not previously requested by you.

The Company is also requested to provide to ASX a translation into
English of the transcript of interview attached to this letter. If
you have any queries on this letter, please do not hesitate to
contact the undersigned on 9224 0013.

J Moran
LISTINGS OFFICER
ASX
ADELONG CAPITAL LIMITED                       2000-02-01  ASX-SIGNAL-G

HOMEX - Perth                                                        

+++++++++++++++++++++++++
ASX QUERY

We refer to the Company's announcement lodged with ASX on 27 January
2000 in response to an ASX share price query of the same date, and to
the transcript dated 14 January 2000 of an interview with Mr Craig
Manners, a director of the Company, conducted in German and available
on the internet @ www.wallstreetonline.de, a copy of which is
attached.

We regard timely disclosure of relevant information as of prime
importance in the operation of an efficient market. Listing rule 3.1
is a particularly important listing tale. It is part of ASX's
continuous disclosure, regime and is based on the following
principle:

  "Timely disclosure must be made of information which may affect
  security values or influence investment decisions, and information
  in which security holders, investors and ASX have a legitimate
  interest."

In relation to our question about whether the Company was aware of
any information concerning it which, had it been available to the
market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for recent
trading in the securities of the Company we note that the Company has
advised as follows:

  "The Company is not aware of any information concerning it which,
  had it been available to the market, might reasonably be regarded
  as an explanation for recent trading in the securities of the
  Company."

Further, in relation to out question about whether the Company was
able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
securities of the Company we note that the Company has advised as
follows:

  "The Company is not able to offer any further explanation for the
  price change in the securities of the Company"

We understand that the transcript with Mr Manners who is a director
of the Company states the following:

* the Company is changing in industry and is becoming an internet and
 telecommunications based venture capital company to take advantage
 of the technical revolution currently occurring on a global scale

* Adelong expects that shortly a US Asian or European internet portal
 or venture capital company will acquire a substantial share in
 Adelong, participate at Board level and drive future long term
 growth when the Company's share price hits 2-3 EURO dollars

* Adelong expects that it will shortly be able to announce a
 co-operation with one of the top internet names

* FreeISP [a company in which the the Company holds a 20% interest]
 has just signed contracts regarding a partnership with one of the
 largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia.

* a placement is planned for when the Company's share price hits 1
 EURO dollar

* Adelong plans to list its gold interests separately as Challenger
 Gold Limited

We draw your attention to the definition of "aware" in chapter 19 of
the listing rules which states that:

  "an entity becomes aware of information if a director or executive
  officer (in the case of a trust, director or executive officer of
  the responsible entity or management company) has, or ought
  reasonably to have, come into possess of the information in the
  course of the performance of their duties as a director or
  executive officer of that entity".

We also draw to your attention to chapters 3 and chapter 11 of the
listing rules.

Having regard to the above, ASX requests that the Company advise on
the following;

1. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  aware of any information concerning it which, had it been available
  to the market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for
  recent trading in the securities of the Company?

2. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
  securities of the Company?

3. Has the Company announced to ASX all the information above
  regarding change of activities? If not, why not?

4. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  proposed transaction with top internet names? If not, why not?

5. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  placements? If not, why not?

6. Has the Company announced to ASX the information regarding the
  spin-off of its gold assets? If not, why not?

7. Was the partnership agreement signed by FreeISP with one of the
  largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia, referred
  to above, the agreement between FreeISP and Space Media announced
  on 19 January 2000? If so, why was that agreement not announced
  until 19 January 2000?

8. Can the Company confirm to ASX that it is in compliance with the
  listing rules and, in particular, listing rule 3.1?

The queries set out above cover matters of current specific interest
to us. However, we cannot be aware of all the information which would
be required to ensure that the market is properly informed in
accordance with listing rule 3.1. Accordingly, we would emphasise
that your responsibility under that listing rule is not confined to,
or necessarily satisfied by, answering the specific requests set out
in this letter.

If the information requested is information required to be released
pursuant to listing rule 3.1 your obligation is to disclose the
information immediately. Otherwise, your co-operation in lodging a
reply in a format suitable for release to the market is required as
soon as possible and, in any event, not later than half an hour prior
to the commencement of trading (ie prior to 6.30 am W.S.T) on Friday
28 January 2000. Your response should be sent directly to me on
facsimile number 9221 2020. It should not be sent to the Company
Announcements Office.

If you are unable to respond by that time you may wish to request a
trading halt in the Company's securities. As set out in listing rule
17.1 and the "Trading Halts" Guidance Note we may grant a trading
halt at your request. We may require the request to be in writing. We
are not required to act on your request. You must tell us each of the
following:

* The reasons for the trading halt.
* How long you want the trading halt to last.
* The event you expect to happen that will end the trading halt.
* That you are not aware of any reason why the trading halt should
 not be granted.
* Any other information necessary to inform the market about the
 trading halt, or that we ask for.

The trading halt cannot extend past the commencement of normal
trading on the second day after the day on which it is granted. If a
trading halt is requested and granted and you are still unable to
reply to this enquiry prior to the commencement of trading,
suspension from quotation would normally be imposed by us from the
commencement of trading if not previously requested by you.

The Company is also requested to provide to ASX a translation into
English of the transcript of interview attached to this letter. If
you have any queries on this letter, please do not hesitate to
contact the undersigned on 9224 0013.

J Moran
LISTINGS OFFICER
ASX
ADELONG CAPITAL LIMITED                       2000-02-01  ASX-SIGNAL-G

HOMEX - Perth                                                        

+++++++++++++++++++++++++
ASX QUERY

We refer to the Company's announcement lodged with ASX on 27 January
2000 in response to an ASX share price query of the same date, and to
the transcript dated 14 January 2000 of an interview with Mr Craig
Manners, a director of the Company, conducted in German and available
on the internet @ www.wallstreetonline.de, a copy of which is
attached.

We regard timely disclosure of relevant information as of prime
importance in the operation of an efficient market. Listing rule 3.1
is a particularly important listing tale. It is part of ASX's
continuous disclosure, regime and is based on the following
principle:

  "Timely disclosure must be made of information which may affect
  security values or influence investment decisions, and information
  in which security holders, investors and ASX have a legitimate
  interest."

In relation to our question about whether the Company was aware of
any information concerning it which, had it been available to the
market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for recent
trading in the securities of the Company we note that the Company has
advised as follows:

  "The Company is not aware of any information concerning it which,
  had it been available to the market, might reasonably be regarded
  as an explanation for recent trading in the securities of the
  Company."

Further, in relation to out question about whether the Company was
able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
securities of the Company we note that the Company has advised as
follows:

  "The Company is not able to offer any further explanation for the
  price change in the securities of the Company"

We understand that the transcript with Mr Manners who is a director
of the Company states the following:

* the Company is changing in industry and is becoming an internet and
 telecommunications based venture capital company to take advantage
 of the technical revolution currently occurring on a global scale

* Adelong expects that shortly a US Asian or European internet portal
 or venture capital company will acquire a substantial share in
 Adelong, participate at Board level and drive future long term
 growth when the Company's share price hits 2-3 EURO dollars

* Adelong expects that it will shortly be able to announce a
 co-operation with one of the top internet names

* FreeISP [a company in which the the Company holds a 20% interest]
 has just signed contracts regarding a partnership with one of the
 largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia.

* a placement is planned for when the Company's share price hits 1
 EURO dollar

* Adelong plans to list its gold interests separately as Challenger
 Gold Limited

We draw your attention to the definition of "aware" in chapter 19 of
the listing rules which states that:

  "an entity becomes aware of information if a director or executive
  officer (in the case of a trust, director or executive officer of
  the responsible entity or management company) has, or ought
  reasonably to have, come into possess of the information in the
  course of the performance of their duties as a director or
  executive officer of that entity".

We also draw to your attention to chapters 3 and chapter 11 of the
listing rules.

Having regard to the above, ASX requests that the Company advise on
the following;

1. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  aware of any information concerning it which, had it been available
  to the market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for
  recent trading in the securities of the Company?

2. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
  securities of the Company?

3. Has the Company announced to ASX all the information above
  regarding change of activities? If not, why not?

4. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  proposed transaction with top internet names? If not, why not?

5. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  placements? If not, why not?

6. Has the Company announced to ASX the information regarding the
  spin-off of its gold assets? If not, why not?

7. Was the partnership agreement signed by FreeISP with one of the
  largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia, referred
  to above, the agreement between FreeISP and Space Media announced
  on 19 January 2000? If so, why was that agreement not announced
  until 19 January 2000?

8. Can the Company confirm to ASX that it is in compliance with the
  listing rules and, in particular, listing rule 3.1?

The queries set out above cover matters of current specific interest
to us. However, we cannot be aware of all the information which would
be required to ensure that the market is properly informed in
accordance with listing rule 3.1. Accordingly, we would emphasise
that your responsibility under that listing rule is not confined to,
or necessarily satisfied by, answering the specific requests set out
in this letter.

If the information requested is information required to be released
pursuant to listing rule 3.1 your obligation is to disclose the
information immediately. Otherwise, your co-operation in lodging a
reply in a format suitable for release to the market is required as
soon as possible and, in any event, not later than half an hour prior
to the commencement of trading (ie prior to 6.30 am W.S.T) on Friday
28 January 2000. Your response should be sent directly to me on
facsimile number 9221 2020. It should not be sent to the Company
Announcements Office.

If you are unable to respond by that time you may wish to request a
trading halt in the Company's securities. As set out in listing rule
17.1 and the "Trading Halts" Guidance Note we may grant a trading
halt at your request. We may require the request to be in writing. We
are not required to act on your request. You must tell us each of the
following:

* The reasons for the trading halt.
* How long you want the trading halt to last.
* The event you expect to happen that will end the trading halt.
* That you are not aware of any reason why the trading halt should
 not be granted.
* Any other information necessary to inform the market about the
 trading halt, or that we ask for.

The trading halt cannot extend past the commencement of normal
trading on the second day after the day on which it is granted. If a
trading halt is requested and granted and you are still unable to
reply to this enquiry prior to the commencement of trading,
suspension from quotation would normally be imposed by us from the
commencement of trading if not previously requested by you.

The Company is also requested to provide to ASX a translation into
English of the transcript of interview attached to this letter. If
you have any queries on this letter, please do not hesitate to
contact the undersigned on 9224 0013.

J Moran
LISTINGS OFFICER
ASX
ADELONG CAPITAL LIMITED                       2000-02-01  ASX-SIGNAL-G

HOMEX - Perth                                                        

+++++++++++++++++++++++++
ASX QUERY

We refer to the Company's announcement lodged with ASX on 27 January
2000 in response to an ASX share price query of the same date, and to
the transcript dated 14 January 2000 of an interview with Mr Craig
Manners, a director of the Company, conducted in German and available
on the internet @ www.wallstreetonline.de, a copy of which is
attached.

We regard timely disclosure of relevant information as of prime
importance in the operation of an efficient market. Listing rule 3.1
is a particularly important listing tale. It is part of ASX's
continuous disclosure, regime and is based on the following
principle:

  "Timely disclosure must be made of information which may affect
  security values or influence investment decisions, and information
  in which security holders, investors and ASX have a legitimate
  interest."

In relation to our question about whether the Company was aware of
any information concerning it which, had it been available to the
market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for recent
trading in the securities of the Company we note that the Company has
advised as follows:

  "The Company is not aware of any information concerning it which,
  had it been available to the market, might reasonably be regarded
  as an explanation for recent trading in the securities of the
  Company."

Further, in relation to out question about whether the Company was
able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
securities of the Company we note that the Company has advised as
follows:

  "The Company is not able to offer any further explanation for the
  price change in the securities of the Company"

We understand that the transcript with Mr Manners who is a director
of the Company states the following:

* the Company is changing in industry and is becoming an internet and
 telecommunications based venture capital company to take advantage
 of the technical revolution currently occurring on a global scale

* Adelong expects that shortly a US Asian or European internet portal
 or venture capital company will acquire a substantial share in
 Adelong, participate at Board level and drive future long term
 growth when the Company's share price hits 2-3 EURO dollars

* Adelong expects that it will shortly be able to announce a
 co-operation with one of the top internet names

* FreeISP [a company in which the the Company holds a 20% interest]
 has just signed contracts regarding a partnership with one of the
 largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia.

* a placement is planned for when the Company's share price hits 1
 EURO dollar

* Adelong plans to list its gold interests separately as Challenger
 Gold Limited

We draw your attention to the definition of "aware" in chapter 19 of
the listing rules which states that:

  "an entity becomes aware of information if a director or executive
  officer (in the case of a trust, director or executive officer of
  the responsible entity or management company) has, or ought
  reasonably to have, come into possess of the information in the
  course of the performance of their duties as a director or
  executive officer of that entity".

We also draw to your attention to chapters 3 and chapter 11 of the
listing rules.

Having regard to the above, ASX requests that the Company advise on
the following;

1. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  aware of any information concerning it which, had it been available
  to the market, might reasonably be regarded as an explanation for
  recent trading in the securities of the Company?

2. On what basis did the Company provide the response that it was not
  able to offer any further explanation for the price change in the
  securities of the Company?

3. Has the Company announced to ASX all the information above
  regarding change of activities? If not, why not?

4. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  proposed transaction with top internet names? If not, why not?

5. Has the Company announced to ASX the information above regarding
  placements? If not, why not?

6. Has the Company announced to ASX the information regarding the
  spin-off of its gold assets? If not, why not?

7. Was the partnership agreement signed by FreeISP with one of the
  largest internet advertising companies in South East Asia, referred
  to above, the agreement between FreeISP and Space Media announced
  on 19 January 2000? If so, why was that agreement not announced
  until 19 January 2000?

8. Can the Company confirm to ASX that it is in compliance with the
  listing rules and, in particular, listing rule 3.1?

The queries set out above cover matters of current specific interest
to us. However, we cannot be aware of all the information which would
be required to ensure that the market is properly informed in
accordance with listing rule 3.1. Accordingly, we would emphasise
that your responsibility under that listing rule is not confined to,
or neces
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, DGromm
DGromm:

Sorry Risiko: 5 Meter Englisch-Text .. Sag mir einfach nur -- Gut oder .

 
01.02.00 07:14
#7
Kaufen oder was ??
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, Risiko
Risiko:

Es geht um das WO Interview von Craig Manners.Fallen wird der Kurs w.

 
01.02.00 07:41
#8
steigen.Craig Manners soll die Infos zu früh herausgegeben haben.Adelong dementiert das.Jetzt lesen die hier in Austrlien auch alle das Interview durch und da steht ja was von einem Kursziel von 20Euro drin und 15-20 Internetbeteitigungen(+Gratisaktien usw)bis mitte/ende des Jahres drin.Da werden dann bestimmt noch viele Australier einsteigen und denn Adelong Kurs nach oben ziehen.Im Bericht steht auch nichts negatives drin.Ich sage mal der Kurs geht nach oben.Alleine schon durch die Gerüchte mit den 2 Internetbeteitigungen in den nächsten 2 Wochen.
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, Risiko
Risiko:

Adelong Strong Buy .Position durch den Verkauf der Optionen verstärkt.

 
01.02.00 07:51
#9
Some info copied from hotcopper.com.au
01/02/00
I too have spoken to Stan Lewis. The issue seems to be that the ASX queried a few issues with AEG. They then responded to which the ASX issued the suspension in order for them to disect the information.

Stan emphasized that the thrust of the Company remains exactly the same as before which is to become a capital provider to internet startup companies. All the previous alliances still remain, Fundamentally, the company is actually in a stronger position now than before because options have been excercised and the Company (as previous post) has 10M in the bank.

This means that they will have even more $$ for the push into the high tech sector.




Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, g.o.l
g.o.l:

Re: Adelong: RISIKO Danke für Deine News. Doch weisst Du schon einen.

 
01.02.00 08:15
#10
wann wieder gehandelt.

Ich habe ja diese Nacht gesagt, daß mir die Bank 24 Gesagt habe, unter vorbehalt, daß ab mittwoch wieder gehandelt werden soll.
Kannst Du das bestätigen.

Auf jeden Fall bin ich auch Deier Meinung weiterhin seine Adelongs zu halten.

MFG

gol
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, Risiko
Risiko:

Börsenaufsicht prüft jetzt die Angaben von Adelong(wegen WO Interview.

 
01.02.00 08:32
#11
weiter gehen.Ob das schon morgen ist weis ich nicht.
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, birkhauser
birkhauser:

Re: Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung???

 
01.02.00 08:56
#12
Schaut doch mal in die vorbörslichen Orders unter quicken.com.au hinein.
Die letzte sell-order liegt bei 0.81 AU$ = 0,53 E für 50.000 Stück.

Jetzt sollten auf jeden Fall alle nachkaufen, wenn die Aktie denn mal wieder gehandelt wird. Und bei 100m Text (8x das Gleiche) hier im board ist ja wirklich Grund genug für einen Kauf vorhanden.
Außerdem: Grundsolide Firma mit fast garkeinen merkwürdigen Machenschaften, ein immenses Eigenkapital von 4 Mio US$ dahinter und alle kennen da Bill Gates und Bill Clinton und den Papst. Bei so einem background und einem KGV von knapp 2.000 muß man einfach zugreifen!!
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, Risiko
Risiko:

Das stimmt nicht.Ist ein Fehler von ASX.Außerdem war der Bid Kurs bei .

 
01.02.00 09:03
#13
0,85.Alleine daran sieht man schon das das nicht stimmen kann.
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, n1608
n1608:

"Insiderwissen" - würde jeden NM Titel töten

 
01.02.00 09:19
#14
aber hier scheint es niemanden zu interessieren.
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, Robert the hero
Robert the her.:

Noch eine Frage an Risiko bzgl. Terrex:

 
01.02.00 09:29
#15
Kannst Du nochmals kurz erklären, wie das Geschäft dann laufen soll?? Wie verdient Terrex dabei Geld???
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, Risiko
Risiko:

Große Firmen wie Exxon,Shell,Daimler usw. haben viel Mitarbeiter im A.

 
01.02.00 09:42
#16
und gehen wir mal davon aus das einer auf einer Ölplattform von Exxon krank wird(könnte mir gut vorstellen das man da schnell krank wird) dann geht der halt oder ein andere wenn er das nicht mehr kann ins Internet auf die Seite von I-Doctors.Dann gibt er dann die Symtome an die er hat.An der anderen Leitung (also bei Terrex=I-Doctors) ist dann ein odere mehrere Ärzte die das dann auswerten und dann entscheiden ob der in ein Krankenhaus gebracht werden muß oder ob man in vor Ort behandeln kann.Das wird dann wie ein Arztbesuch abgerechnet(und so verdienen die dann Geld).Der Aktienkurs wird bestimmt noch besser laufen als der von Abador, obwohl er heute etwas unter Druck gekommen ist.Sobald die Firma unbenannt ist werden dann jeden Tag Kooperationen mit so großen Firmen wie Exxon,Shell usw. bekannt gegeben, die den Kurs explodieren lassen.
So, Leute.Ich war für heute lange genug online.Ich gehe jetzt mal ein Bier drinken und mal schauen was es sonst so neues gibt.Bin heute Nacht wieder im Board.
Bis dann
Risiko
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, birkhauser
birkhauser:

Hallo Risiko!

 
01.02.00 09:54
#17
Sorry, kleiner Tipfehler: ASK = 0.85 AU$. Du hast völlig recht.

Ansonsten mal rein handelstechnisch betrachtet. Du weißt sicher, wie limitierte Orders abgewickelt werden, nicht? D.h. wenn jemand eine limitierte Kauforder zu 1.81 AU$ (BID) abgibt für 20.000 Stück und jemand dagegen eine limitierte Verkaufsorder von 50.000  STück zu 0.85 AU$ setzt, zu welchem Kurs wird der Handel dann wohl abgeschlossen? Naaa????

Richtig, natürlich zu 0.85 AU$. Das weiß sogar jeder Volksbankangestellte.

Also, wie gehabt, dolle Perspektive bei Adelong. Daß long im Namen kann übrigens einige Wochen ausgesetzter Handel bedeuten. Schau mal bei wallstreet-online ins board!

Ansonsten viel Glück mit der Aktie, man kann nicht immer nur gewinnen, ne??
Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zurück treten, MULLER

Re: Adelong:Die Welt ist wieder in Ordnung.Craig Manners musste zu.

 
#18
Ich gebe dir recht!


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