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The Battle for Ballots

At the opening of the Colonial Parliament the Woman Sufferage Society, awakened to the publicity value of some kind of definite action, organized a demonstration, with banners proclaiming their more immediate desires borne aloft by stalwart members of the Society. Conspicuous among these was a not unreasonable demand for scholarships for girls. The members of the Colonial Parliament regarded the rebellious ladies with widely diverse sentiments; some with affable approval, some with lofty disdain, others with tolerant and faintly amused…


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A Fashion Parade

                             


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Classic Covers

Since our first publication in February 1930, The Bermudian magazine has created memorable, and often collectable, covers. Photography and illustrations by some of the most well-known artists have graced our cover, some whimsical, others more poignant, but all are worth…


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Our Favourite Ads

From Rum Runners and the memorable Blue Grotto Dolphin Show to Trimingham's and Dagger Punch, we offer some of our favourite ads that have run in The Bermudian magazine throughout the years.                …


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"Some Corner of a Foreign Field": Duty and Death on Grenadier Lane

What a quiet cemetery in St. George’s has to tell us about the Empire     On days when the cruise ships are in port, the mini-bus tours rattle by every five minutes or so. They barely pause, slowing down…

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A Century of Bermuda News: March 1908

A blast from Bermuda news past was recently found in a stack of newspapers from 1908. Discovered in the library of "Coral Ledge", the former Harrington Sound home of Bernard and Josephine Wilkinson, the newspapers offer a unique view into…