Hibernia, New Jersey

Hibernia is an unincorporated community located within Rockaway Township in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. The area is served as United States Postal Service ZIP code 07842; the community takes its name from the classical name for Ireland. As of the 2000 United States Census, the population for ZIP Code Tabulation Area 07842 was 93; the Hibernia mines, a series of iron mines worked from pre-Revolutionary times until 1916, are located here. Hibernia has a public Library on Green Pond Road. Census 2000 Fact Sheet for ZIP Code Tabulation Area 07842 from the United States Census Bureau

Katherine River

Katherine River is located in the Northern Territory, Australia. Its headwaters are in Nitmiluk National Park, it flows through the town of Katherine, is a major tributary of the Daly River; the Katherine River drops around 384m over its 328 km length. The first European to see and name the river was the Scottish explorer John McDouall Stuart on 4 July 1862, named it Katherine after Catherine Chambers, the second daughter of expedition sponsor James Chambers; the major town Katherine was named after the river. In late January, 1998, heavy rain associated with Cyclone Les raised the level of the river by more than 20 metres and flooded a large part of Katherine town. A more recent flood on 6 April 2006 caused a state of emergency to be declared. During this event the river peaked at a height of just below 19 metres at the Katherine bridge on the Stuart Highway. List of rivers of Northern Territory