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The Bermudian

MYSTERY OF A SPANISH WRECK (ran April 1974) By William Edward Lockhurst This article is an abridged version of an article originally printed in The Bermudian in April 1941. Ed.

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(ran February 1981) By Judith Wadson Bermudians will capitalize on just about anything! And the discovery of valuable ambergris in 1611 prompted a great deal of local interest in whales.

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FROM THE CROWS NEST, MARCH 1969 With this number this sheet enters its 40th year of publication and, as in former anniversary issues, we take a look backward at Bermuda 30 years ago.

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  The settlement of Bermuda began in 1612 with the arrival of sixty settlers under the charge of Richard Moore, the first Governor.   During...

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Asserting her belied that “two actors in the family are enough,” Mrs. Thomas N Dill, of Bermuda, recently turned down a Hollywood screen test.

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Written by: Margot Hill Bermuda’s little railway started to die with the old year. At midnight, 1947/1948, the first pike of the Hamilton-Somerset line was ceremoniously removed, and demolition began.

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Written by: Margot Hill  Along Bailey’s Bay road a low white house stands behind a semicircular wall against which a flower border is gay the year round.

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Written by Margot Hill The cause of women’s suffrage in Bermuda has been fought long and ardently by a small, undaunted band of enthusiasts.

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BELIEVED EXTINCT FOR 300 YEARS, A RARE OCEANIC BIRD REAPPEARS On January 28, 1951 ornithological history was made by the re-discovery of the Bermuda cahow. What is a cahow, and why should it make history?

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An exciting new sport has “arrived” in Bermuda this year. Some call it goggle-fishing, but few question that it has rapidly become a major sport...

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Written by W. Hamilton Reprinted from The Bermudian, January 1948 The afternoon we chose to go to Somerset by the Diamond rather than by rail, ferry, bicycle or the Somerset Express, Ingham’s bus, which usually takes four hours for the twelve-mile journey, augured well for a warm, smooth and speedy trip. 

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Awards

2017 Product & Servic...

At The Bermudian magazine we are always thrilled to celebrate successf...

Feature

Bermuda During the Se...

In September 1939, Dr. William (Bill) Cooke was just 11½ years ...

Food & Drink

Blu Bar & Grill

Blû’s stunning location overlooking the Great Sound, gives...

Columns

Fitness Reboot!

There’s nothing like making the most of the holiday season knowi...

Heritage

Reflections on: Retur...

  According to artist Graham Foster, the huge wheel dominating...

People

Bermudians of the Yea...

If media reports through the first half of 2016 were to be believed, t...