Owen Stanley


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Ow′en Stan′ley


n.
a mountain range on New Guinea in SE Papua New Guinea. Highest peak, 13,240 ft. (4036 m).
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The Kokoda Track is 96 kilometres long and traverses the Owen Stanley Range of Papua New Guinea, it is regarded as some of the most difficult terrain and conditions Australian soldiers have ever fought in.
William Owen Stanley FSA' yn ystod un o ffeiriau llyfrau Cymdeithas Bob Owen (Y Casglwr) yn ddiweddar.
(Reunited with their Mam and Dad.) OWEN STANLEY February 11, 2012 MY DAD Remembering you is easy Dad, I do it every day and missing you is something that will never go away.
The property, which covers 341 sq km, has exploration potential and is in the highly prospective, Owen Stanley Range, of Papua New Guinea.
Goldminex Resources Limited is an Australian listed exploration company with a significant tenement portfolio within the Owen Stanley Ranges and Sepik Province in Papua New Guinea.
A group led by Glenn Summerhayes of New Zealand's University of Otago, discovered six different areas containing a series of campsites that include fragments of burned animals, smears of starch on stone tools, Pandanus nuts and yams in the Owen Stanley Mountain Ranges in the Papua New Guinea highlands near Kokoda about 100 kilometers northeast of Port Moresby.
Known as the ''Lost Battlefield,'' the site was hidden on a remote plateau, 1 kilometer west and 450 meters above the village of Eora Creek, in the Owen Stanley Ranges.
A search helicopter located the wreckage at an altitude of 1,676 meters on the Owen Stanley ranges.
At that time the museum, which opened to the public in 1892, was heated by stoves, but according to the message from the then curator, Owen Stanley Scott, several flues were blocked up on 'Easter Eve', April 14, 1906, the stoves having been superseded by a 'Hot Water Heating Apparatus'.
Debra Paver, a lawyer from Melbourne, had been hiking the Kokoda Trail in the Owen Stanley Mountain Range of Papua New Guinea as part of the Kokoda Spirit tour group.
On board he asked his friend Owen Stanley, 20, to take photos of him posing with the knife.
The jawbone was found during dredging in 1863 on land which was then owned by the Lord William Owen Stanley -the lord of the manor.