Eclipse is probably putting your class file in a different directory. For this to work the resource bundle needs to be in the same directory as the class, not the source (.java) file. I would try running it from the command prompt. Do a dir (I'm assuming you're using Windows) in the directory to verify that the class and the resource bundle are both present.
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