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On the surface, this appeared to be a conservative male reaction to the earlier unsuccessful attempts in 18 to give females the same voting rights as men.However, when the Women's Property Act 1901 was enacted shortly thereafter, it gave qualifying male property owners the exclusive right to use their wives' property to qualify for the vote.1901. HMS Hotspur, after being retired from distinguished Royal Navy active service became a coast defence and port guard ship at the Royal Navy Dockyard, Bermuda.
the weather cleared for the opening of what was considered the crowning structure in the work of providing continuous overland communication throughout Bermuda following the completion of the Causeway at St. The people of Somerset had constructed a triumphal arch at their end of bridge and a great crowd gathered.Access to the underside of the sidewalls for repair was by careening.The dock was launched in February 1902 and completed June 1902. She was stationed in Bermuda from 1902 to 1946 when she was sold and taken to Montevideo.Her only active service thereafter was with the Particular Service Squadron of 1885. More than 4,500 South African prisoners of war (men and boys) arrived on HM ships and were transported to exile on various islands in Bermuda from 1901 to 1902.She was guard ship at Holyhead until 1893, was again in reserve until 1897, and was posted thereafter to serve as guard ship at Bermuda, where she stayed until sold for scrap in 1904. Bermuda was one of the places selected as a prisoner-of-war-camp for the Boers because of its distance from South Africa.The scope of that massive construction included Watford Island, Boaz and Ireland Islands, the building of a Watford (Swing) Bridge and construction of a railway to carry tons of fill for the reclamation of land from the sea.1902. The pontoon was then reattached at the higher level and then raising the dock, thus lifting the centre pontoon clear of the water.
In Bermuda, headquarters of the Royal Navy's America and West Indies Station, with Vice Admiral Douglas in command of the Station, the following Royal Navy vessels were based at the RN Dockyard: Cruisers: Ariadne; Calypso; Charybdis; Indefatigable; Pallas; Retribution; and Tribune. A similar process could be applied to the other two pontoons, one at each end.
Great cast-iron cylinders were sunk into bedrock and filled with concrete.
Before that, a horse ferry, a flat-bottomed boat that could accommodate a horse and carriage had been the only way to cross the channel.
Birth in Cambridge, Massachusetts, of Alice Margaret Kennedy who, at the age of 18, entered a Roman Catholic convent, became Sister Jean de Chantal Kennedy of the Sisters of Charity and later taught at Bermuda's Roman Catholic Mount St.
Agnes Academy where she became a Bermuda schoolteacher, choir director, artist, historian (as a member of the Bermuda Historical Society), librarian, environmentalist (as a member of the Bermuda National Trust), wrote her own plays and was the author of Bermuda books that included Bermuda and the French Revolution (which won for her first prize at the 350th Anniversary celebration in 1959); Biography of a Colonial Town; Bermuda's Sailors of Fortune; Frith of Bermuda, Gentlemen Privateer; Isle of Devils; Bermuda Hodge-Podge and Bermuda Book of Pirates.
Many Bermudian families of today in Somerset first came to Bermuda to be employed on the construction of the South Yard and the bridge.