Etymology[ edit ] The Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre Wangka Maya says that the name for the Pilbara region derives from the Aboriginal word bilybara, meaning ‘dry’ in the Nyamal and Banyjima languages. The Pilbara Creek originally spelt “Pilbarra” is a tributary of the Yule River , a significant river in the region. Settlements along the coast at Cossack , Roebourne and Shellborough were established over ensuing decades as agricultural and pastoral centres. Mining in the area started in in Wittenoom Gorge, and following the discovery of iron ore in the Hamersley Ranges in the s, the area became pivotal to the state’s economy and towns built to accommodate mining and allied services boomed. Aboriginal people[ edit ] Burrup rock art The Aboriginal population of the Pilbara considerably predates, by 30—40, years, the European colonisation of the region. Archaeological evidence indicates that people were living in the Pilbara even during the harsh climatic conditions of the Last Glacial Maximum. Near the town of Dampier is a peninsula known as Murujuga , which contains a large collection of world heritage listed petroglyphs , dating back thousands of years. Rock art in the Pilbara appears to have been primarily etched into the hard rock surfaces, compared to predominantly paintings on the softer sandstone in the Kimberley. This does not preclude that painting was and is not performed in the Pilbara.
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Hundreds of Anglican Church registers dating back to the s will be a lot easier to access after they are scanned and put online in a project underway at the Provincial Archives. London and Western Ontario Branch of the UELAC shared an event.
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The church has sections dating from various eras since the Normans, and The Goodfords installed an Italian mosaic floor at one end. Western Gazette – Friday 30 March Western Gazette – Friday 30 March The Church of St Vincent’s, Ashington.
Have your say The Met Office has upgraded its weather warning covering the Fylde coast to amber – which means residents should ‘be prepared’ for disruption. Strong winds of around 60mph are set to batter the region from later this evening into tomorrow morning, at the same time heavy rain is expected to coincide with high tide, with emergency services and local authorities encouraging people to get ready for Storm Eleanor’s arrival.
The forecaster said its weather warning will remain in place from 7. One Coastguard official told The Gazette the warning was being taken seriously. On its website, the Met Office said an amber warning means ‘there is an increased likelihood of bad weather affecting you, which could potentially disrupt your plans and possibly cause travel delays, road and rail closures, interruption to power and the potential risk to life and property.
The government’s flood warning information service said earlier widespread flooding is possible across Wyre, including in Cleveleys and Fleetwood. And it later added that flooding is now ‘expected’ around Skippool Creek in Poulton, and at Hambleton and Thornton, with ‘immediate action required’. Wyre Council has told ‘all residents living close to the coast In a statement, the council said it had taken ‘precautions to deal with high tides expected along the coastline in Wyre.
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Name[ edit ] The suburb takes its name from the offshore reef first noted during a coastline traverse by Assistant Surveyor James Cowle in Although the modern-day name is spelt with a double ‘n’, the rocks are thought to have been named after Quin, who emigrated to Western Australia in , where he was appointed as an Assistant Surveyor on his arrival. He occupied this position for 22 years, carrying out most of his surveys in the Gingin – Moore River area, before passing away in July The general area on the coast opposite the rocks was referred to as Quinns Rocks by the Wanneroo Road Board when they requested the survey of a road that led there in November Later, the place also came to be called “Wanneroo Beach”.
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His interest in radio was a result of a visit to the San Francisco World’s Fair. He and his father started Reno Motor Supply Company in , as dealers in auto and motor parts, later, they added radios and radio parts. Hadley obtained an amateur radio license 6ZO in He decided to try a commercial broadcast station and was issued a license on July 7, with the call letters, KFAS. Hadley’s business, Reno Motor Supply Company, was listed as the station owner.
The Class A Commercial Limited license was granted for a term of three months and the first expiration date was to be October 12,
Western Gazette Yeovil (UK); March 12, words The Western Gazette has launched the first in a series of special publications celebrating Yeovil one of the series looks back at Yeovil street scenes from the s dating back to the 19th follows the huge popularity of the Yeovil Past to Present
History[ edit ] U. Band and early formation[ edit ] In the fall of , a very small band was formed under the direction of Sidney Kingsmill. After a couple of accounts of the band in some Western Gazette articles from October , the band stopped appearing in the newspaper and presumably football games as well. It was not until , which the band restarted under the direction of Bruce Wiley. This band was far more organized and keen.
The dean of medicine at the time, Paul McKibben played a key role in organizing this new band and with the help of Col. Ross, the band got some funding through a grant, some practice space for drill, and much needed advice from the Arena Band, another marching band at this time. Up until this point, the band had had issues with a lot of things including finances, instruments, gathering a music collection, rehearsal facilities and consistent turnout for practices.
With the COTC as the organization in charge, the band quickly went from a student-run, club to a full-fledged group.
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It is said that some letters of the Armenian alphabet were based on the Greek ones. Actually a Greek colleague allegedly helped Mashtots with creating the Armenian alphabet. The original alphabet had only 36 letters. Later, three more characters were added: It is used only in minuscule. In western Armenian, it is commonly used in the middle of the words.
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Historical Description Direct link to this section Wincanton, a small but very neat town, built on the declivity of a hill, commanding a beautiful and extensive prospect of the adjacent country. The inhabitants carry on a considerable trade in serges and stockings, as also in cheese, great quantities of which are brought here from the neighbouring towns, and sold to dealers from London. The market is on Wednesday. The great road through Salisbury to London from the West of England passes through the town, which is called a borough, but has no chartered corporation.
Edward Ellis, of Exeter: Stavordale, included in this parish for ecclesiastical purposes, gives the title of viscount to the Fox-Strangways family, Earls of Ilchester. The church of S. Sedding, architect, of London, and consecrated August 15, , is an edifice of stone in the Perpendicular style, with pierced parapets and pinnacles, and consists of chancel, nave, north and two south aisles, chapel, vestries and an embattled western tower, with pinnacles, dating from the reign of Edward II.
The register dates from the year Father Scoles, is a building of stone, and has an attached temporary chapel, dedicated to St.