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  Battle for Australia Council
She was launched in August 1940 and commissioned in December as HMAS Bathurst.
In accordance with naval tradition, the entire class was called the Bathurst class.
They were HMA Ships Bathurst, Burnie, Cairns, Cessnock, Gawler, Geraldton, Ipswich, Launceston, Lismore, Maryborough, Tamworth, Toowoomba and Wollongong.
www.battleforaustralia.org.au /corvettes.html   (1920 words)

  
  HMAS Bathurst 1 - Royal Australian Navy History
BATHURST was commissioned at Sydney on 6 December 1940 under the command of Lieutenant Commander A.V. Bunyan RANR(S).
BATHURST began her career in January 1941 as a unit of the 21st Minesweeping Flotilla (RAN), operating on the east Australian coast.
BATHURST was sold on 21 June 1948 to T. Carr and Co of Sydney as scrap.
www.navy.gov.au /spc/history/ships/bathurst1.htm   (635 words)

  
 Chapter II: Social Organisation and Marriage Regulations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
The Melville and Bathurst Islanders can, however, always be distinguished, and the fact that they can serves to emphasise still more strongly the absence of any such possibility in the case of all the mainland tribes in Central and Northern Australia.
These, together with the Iwaidji, Kakadu, and the Melville an Bathurst Islanders, form a group of tribes sharply marked off, not only by the absence of class organisation, but by the fact that their initiation ceremonies at' distinguished by the absence of both circumcision and subincision.
This means that the class Murungun, for example, is divided into two groups, which are regarded, respectively, as the equivalents of the sub-classes Ngaritjbellan and Ngapungari in the Mungarai Tribe.
www.allstarz.org /religioustext/aus/ntna/ntna04.htm   (4347 words)

  
 HMAS Toowoomba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Two ships of the Royal Australian Navy have been named for the city of Toowoomba in Queensland.
The first HMAS Toowoomba (J-157/B-251/A-125) was a Bathurst class corvette, built by Walkers Limited at Maryborough in Queensland, launched on 26 March 1941 by Mrs.
HMAS Toowoomba paid off on 5 July 1946, was transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy and renamed Boeroe.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/HMAS_Toowoomba   (110 words)

  
 'Bathurst Winner'
With the TV coverage switching from 9 to 7 for the move to Bathurst, the event was an important one for the car companies.
Its little fl circular number patch with 20 was proudly displayed alongside a C signifying its class in the race, for cars costing 1001 to 1199 pounds.
So popular was the coverage of that first Bathurst race, however, that it grow year by year with fantastic innovations such as the race camera taking us onboard as the best drivers duelled for on-track honours.
www.pixelmatic.com.au /cortina/articles/armstrng.htm   (1178 words)

  
 Royal Australian Navy in World War II - minesweepers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
One of the most significant ship-building programmes carried out by Australia during World War II was the construction of sixty "Bathurst" class fleet minesweepers.
The "Bathursts" were entirely an Australian effort, arguably the most significant Naval effort made by the nation during World War II.
Both classes of ship were highly manoeuvrable, but rolled badly in a seaway.
users.chariot.net.au /~lenshome/minesweepers.htm   (1464 words)

  
 DMO - SEA 1444
The new patrol boats’ class is named after the original HMAS Armidale, a Bathurst Class corvette, which served as an escort vessel, protecting Australian coastal and mainland to New Guinea convoys.
The Armidale Class Patrol Boats will be capable of sustained operations in northern exclusive economic zone waters in typical weather conditions and be capable of surviving cyclonic conditions.
Notwithstanding the use of commercial standards, as military vessels the Armidale Class Patrol Boats will be appropriately armed and fitted with specialised communications equipment to enable communication with all of the appropriate authorities in meeting their national surveillance role and the conduct of other assigned tasks.
www.defence.gov.au /dmo/msd/sea1444/sea1444.cfm   (1198 words)

  
 VIA Rail Canada / Silver & Blue: luxury Canadian Rockies vacations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Silver and Blue class offers you high-class accommodation, superb meals and impeccable service aboard the Canadian, which runs three times per week between Toronto, Jasper and Vancouver.
With the other passengers in Silver and Blue class, you have exclusive use of the sleeping car, a haven of peace and comfort.
As a passenger in Silver and Blue class, you are entitled to some special touches such as a shower kit (towel, shampoo, hair conditioner and soap) and checked baggage.
www.viarail.ca /classes/en_serv_clas_voit_toja.html   (999 words)

  
 Armidale: class name for Australia's new patrol boats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Armidale (1) was a Bathurst Class corvette with a crew of 149.
The Collins Class submarine is named in memory of his heroic efforts.
The first of the Royal Australian Navy’s Armidale Class replacement patrol boats is to be delivered during the second half of 2004, consistent with the Government’s 2000 Defence White Paper commitments.
www.defence.gov.au /minister/Hilltpl.cfm?CurrentId=2124   (361 words)

  
 Bathurst class corvette - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Bathurst-class corvettes are a group of minesweepers produced in Australia during World War II.
Armament Variable but including in general, one 4 inch gun, one 40mm Bofors AA gun, two single 20mm Oerlikon guns, and as many as forty depth charges.
This page was last modified 22:07, 5 January 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bathurst_class_corvette   (104 words)

  
 Austal - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
The 56 metre all-aluminium monohull was named “Armidale” by Ms Jana Stone, the eldest daughter of Ordinary Seaman Donald Lawson who served on the original HMAS “Armidale”, a Bathurst class corvette, during World War II.
Based in the ports of Darwin and Cairns, the Armidale Class fleet will operate within Australia’s Marine Jurisdictional Zones and on the high seas in latitudes not exceeding 50 degrees, primarily carrying out surveillance, interception, investigation, apprehension and the escort to port of vessels suspected of illegal fisheries, quarantine, customs or immigration offences.
“Armidale” (I) (1942) was a Bathurst Class Corvette sunk by enemy action on 1 December 1942 during operations to reinforce guerrilla forces operating in Timor and to evacuate Dutch troops and Portuguese civilians.
www.austal.com /news/print.cfm?news_id=111   (558 words)

  
 Arts Practitioners Arts Out West
She conducts classes throughout the year for all skill and experience levels, and hosts a non-instructional life sketch club at her working facility.
Classes are conducted on a regular basis for all ages including children from 7 years onwards.
Classes in all mediums are often run and with regular beginners classes conducted.
www.artsoutwest.org.au /practitioners   (6644 words)

  
 .::Learning Circle::. ::
We are a class comprised of fourteen grade 11 students, from Bathurst High School.
Each class that was part of this learning circle posted a question(s), and each of the other schools were to answer them.
Many of these questions were based on where students got their money, and what it is used for.
www.freewebs.com /history112   (92 words)

  
 Racing NSW - Notices
Correct Class - Bathurst (Weds 4th October) [26/09/2006]
Please note that on page 126 of the Racing NSW Magazine there are two Classes for the same race at the Bathurst TAB meeting on Wednesday, 4th October 2006.
The correct race is a Class 3 Handicap, 1200m.
www.racingnsw.com.au /newsitem.asp?parm=4173   (144 words)

  
 CAR . CO . NZ Motor Racing: New Zealands Premiere Website for motoring and motorsport enthusiasts.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Unfortunately though all Coulthard’s efforts in qualifying were blown away as the car had to start the race from pit lane due to a refueling incident, which took place before the race.
The Mark Cohen Racing VX commodore, which was competing in class D finished the race 28th position overall out of the 45 car field and 7th position in its class, the largest class of the race with a total of 14 cars.
Other classes running were class A with 11 cars, class B with 5 cars, class E with 7 cars and class F with 8 cars.
www.car.co.nz /race.asp?articleid=1553   (639 words)

  
 City of Toronto: Get involved
The City of Toronto is carrying out a Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) Study for the Bremner Boulevard extension east of Bathurst Street and the required intersection and structural modifications at its intersection with Bathurst Street/Fort York Boulevard.
The City of Toronto is proceeding with the Class EA Study for this new roadway at this time to ensure coordination among the upcoming projects in the immediate area.
A final configuration for the Bathurst Street and Fort York Boulevard-Bremner Boulevard intersection is necessary prior to the commencement of these projects.
city.toronto.on.ca /wes/techservices/involved/transportation/bremner   (457 words)

  
 50class:NSW:Trains:AJH   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
THe other classes were the 53 class, 55 class, Commonwealth Railways K class, and SMR 10 class.
Earlier on this year a group of former CWRPS members negotiated with Bathurst City Council to recommence the restoration, which was agreed to, however Bathurst Council has since done a complete back flip and demanded the engine's return.
Anyway the state of play is this Bathurst Council is planing to (somehow) remove the engine by rail on Tuesday 26 October.
www.csse.monash.edu.au /~ajh/trains/nsw/50class   (1267 words)

  
 uboat.net - Allied Warships - Minesweeper HMAS Bathurst of the Bathurst class
uboat.net - Allied Warships - Minesweeper HMAS Bathurst of the Bathurst class
HMAS Bathurst began her career in January 1941 as a unit of the 21st Minesweeping Flotilla (RAN), operating on the east Australian coast.
The war ended, HMAS Bathurst proceeded to the Far East as a unit of the 21st Minesweeping Flotilla (eleven Australian Minesweepers) attached to the British Pacific Fleet.
uboat.net /allies/warships/ship/3688.html   (576 words)

  
 Bathurst Regional Council: News: World class fossil collection to open in Bathurst   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
MEDIA RELEASE     A collection of unique fossil and minerals that have attracted world wide attention are being installed in permanent displays at the soon-to-be opened Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum in the regional NSW city of Bathurst.
    Bathurst Mayor Cr Ian Macintosh said it is very fitting that such a unique historically significant collection should be housed right in the centre of Australia's oldest inland cities.
    "Bathurst City Council has long recognised the benefits this new museum will bring to the city and has committed more than $1 million to the project over a period of eight years.
www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au /news/pages/2051.html   (424 words)

  
 Capricorn Publications - The largest circulation goat magazine in the world
CLASS: 200 Angora Doe Kid, under 6 months old.
CLASS: 205 Angora Buck Kid, under 12 months old.
CLASS: 210 Group of three Angoras, any age, owned by the Exhibitor.
www.caprine.co.nz /wa.asp?idWebPage=4006&idDetails=114   (1013 words)

  
 Dictionary of Australian Biography Sa-Sp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Early in 1824, at the request of Earl Bathurst, he drew up a carefully thought out and elaborate plan for providing for churches and schools in Australia.
The central idea was that one-tenth of the lands in the colony should be vested in trustees for the support of churches and schools.
He belonged to the highest class of structural geologists and his work was of the greatest value wherever he was employed.
gutenberg.net.au /dictbiog/0-dict-biogSa-Sp.html   (21523 words)

  
 Corvette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
The Flower class corvetteFlower class were usually Royal Navy vessels although a number were provided by the United Kingdom but manned by sailors from countries under Nazi occupation.
These were officially described as Australian Mine Sweepers, or Bathurst class corvettes and were named after AustraliaAustralian/ towns.
The novel ''The Cruel Sea'' also by Nicholas Monsarrat, which is about the life and death of a Flower class corvette and the men in her, is regarded as one of the classic naval stories of World War II.
www.infothis.com /find/Corvette   (614 words)

  
 Coaching Stock 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
This essay explores the origins, building and operation of the line, and the photos dwell particularly on the operations associated with the coal loader at Narellan in the late 1950s.
In those intervening years, Bathurst depot maintained a small number of engines for yard shunting and bank engine work on the climb out of the Macquarie River valley on either side of the city.
This article looks at the role of those engines, in particular the 59 class, which arrived at Bathurst at virtually the same time that mainline operations were drawing to a close.
www.australianmodelrailways.com /evbyw21.html   (434 words)

  
 NMD.com.au - Mount Panorama Bathurst Race Track Details and Motorsport Sport Facilities
In 1900 a Bathurst GP, Dr Machattie, introduced his steam-powered Thomson car and persuaded two local builders to drive the 793 kilometers from Melbourne to Bathurst, the first ever long-distance drive completed in Australia.
This fuelled Bathurst's hunger for motoring before, 11 years later, the first motor racing circuit was set up, with four races before the onset of World War I. For the next 20 years, Bathurst became the premier Australian venue for motorcycling.
The Bathurst Light Car Club was quick to realise the potential of this new road for its members and ever since then, the tourist route has been host to regular race meetings.
www.nmd.com.au /racetracks_detail.cfm?id=5   (592 words)

  
 TEAM MIRACLE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Frosty will lineup in a Class 3 Handicap, 1000m, for 3YO and upwards — he’ll be racing for big money because along with the first prizemoney cheque there’s a $20,000 BOBS bonus up for grabs.
Before the class 6 race, Cahill told Miracle Lodge foreman, ‘Gordo’ — standing in for Mal Johnston who was in Queensland on business — that the rails was no place to be in the straight and that he would endeavour to have the galloper wide, seeking the firmer going.
As those of you making the trip to Bathurst are aware, we all have to pay our freight at the gate and there is no Members Stand.
www.teammiracle.com.au /murmurs.asp   (14306 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Bathurst, William Hiley, a clergyman of the Church of England, was born at Cleve Dale, ar Bristol, England, August 28, 1796.
Brace, Seth Collins, a Congregational cleryman, son of Rev. Joab Brace, was born at Newington, Conn., August 3, 1811; was graduated at Yale College, class of 1832, and received his theological education at the Yale Theological Seminary.
Julian says of his hymns: "His verse is elevated in tone, devotional in spirit, and elegant in diction." He published his Hymns for Schools and Bible Classes in 1859, and in 1871, in connection with Bishop How, Church Hymns.
www.ccel.org /ccel/nutter/hymnwriters.thm   (12870 words)

  
 Herfoss and Herrick take the spoils at Bathurst Supermoto event
Motorex KTM factory pilot and local rider, Stuart Bennett from Orange, was the favourite for the premier S2 class, and showed fans why he holds down numerous Australian championship titles.
The S2 class NSW Championship title went to Troy Herfoss, accumulating 75 points, with a three point lead over Stuart Bennett on 72 points in second.
Also waving the flag for Motorex KTM Factory Team, was Baulkham Hills resident, Rob Twyerould who continued to dominate his unbeatable performance on the KTM525 taking the win in the Veterans Class, followed with a 3rd place podium in the S1 class and a 3rd place podium in the KTM Sprint.
www.mcnews.com.au /motorcycleracing2005/australian/supermoto/nsw/bathurst_march27/results.htm   (708 words)

  
 HMAS Toowoomba 1 - Royal Australian Navy History
The fleet included two flotillas of Bathurst Class minesweepers; the 21st Minesweeping Flotilla (reconstituted on 1 December 1944), of which TOOWOOMBA was a member; and the 22nd Minesweeping Flotilla.
Although built as minesweepers the ships of the Bathurst Class did comparatively little sweeping.
The exigencies of war dictated that they were to be occupied mainly in convoy escort, anti-submarine patrols and various other duties, for which they were not always ideally suited.
www.navy.gov.au /spc/history/ships/toowoomba1.htm   (669 words)

  
 Procar Australia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Two near-standard Toyota Celicas have finished first and second in their class in the grueling Bathurst 24 Hour race last weekend.
The winning Celica took out Class E by more than nine laps.
Both road-registered Celicas were driven to Bathurst and then back to Sydney after the race on Monday, none the worse for wear.
www.procar.com.au /newsitem.asp?news_id=1230&event_id=38   (362 words)

  
 WebDeveloper.com - Baffled by simple image rollover class. Pls help!
I'm trying to create a simple class that will create a 1 pixel border around an image, then when hovered over the 1 pixel border changes color.
Your way would take ages, you would have to make a different class for each image.
The class needs to have the "Img" at the end of the name (with the capital I) Refer to http://cssvault.com (this is where I found it works on IE and Firefox, I just simplified)
www.webdeveloper.com /forum/showthread.php?threadid=63827   (598 words)

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