Hamilton, Bermuda

What is Hamilton, Bermuda known for?


white+support

property value was added. The first non-white to stand for election was schoolmaster Augustus Swan, who owned two houses and dry goods stores in Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda) and Flatts (Flatts Village, Bermuda). He was part of a coalition that pledged black support for white candidates Samuel Nash, Ambrose Gosling and RJP Darrell, in exchange for white support of Swan, but the plan failed and none of these candidates won a seat. The first non-white person to actually gain a seat in the House


building home

,_Hamilton,_Bermuda.jpg Sessions House, current home of Bermuda's House of Assembly (House of Assembly of Bermuda) and Supreme Court File:Bermuda-Cabinet Office and Senate.jpg Cabinet Building, home to Bermuda's Senate (Senate of Bermuda) File:Fort Hamilton, Bermuda.jpg Fort Hamilton See also * The Corporation of Hamilton municipal


friendly early

through the Bab el Mandeb Straits (Bab-el-Mandeb) on the 29th. Steaming separately, the destroyer touched at Djibouti for fuel on 30 November, before joining with the battle group formed around 5–0 Win Friendly (Exhibition game) - Early life Goater was born in the Bermudian capital Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda), living with his mother Lynette, his


based sports

accrued during the event contribute to the World Match Racing Tour and ultimately a chance to race in the final event, the Monsoon Cup in Malaysia. The winner of that is crowned ISAF World Match Racing Champion. Unlike many water-based sports, which occur to far out to view from shore, 'match racing' is a great spectator sport. The race takes place only 15m from the shore, and spectators can see the heart of the action. The history of the modern Bermuda Gold Cup event dates back


leading international

of Bermuda's economy, and virtually all of this business takes place within the borders of Hamilton. Numerous leading international insurance companies are based in Hamilton, as it is a global reinsurance centre. Around 400 internationally owned and operated businesses are physically based in Bermuda, and many are represented by the Association of Bermuda International Companies (ABIC). In total, over 1,500 exempted or international companies are currently registered with the Registrar


black+support

property value was added. The first non-white to stand for election was schoolmaster Augustus Swan, who owned two houses and dry goods stores in Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda) and Flatts (Flatts Village, Bermuda). He was part of a coalition that pledged black support for white candidates Samuel Nash, Ambrose Gosling and RJP Darrell, in exchange for white support of Swan, but the plan failed and none of these candidates won a seat. The first non-white person to actually gain a seat in the House


long record

a British Royal trophy to the custody of your club, with its long record of clean sportsmanship and keenly contested races between your Bermuda yachts and ours of Long Island Sound, and elsewhere..." The first winner of the Cup


showing location

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years work

by doing so. At this time, Goater did not play as a striker, but instead played as a creative midfielder. ref name "early" >


playing matches

owns and operates radio stations in the island nation. He played in the 2001 ICC Trophy in Ontario and returned to the USA side in 2004 when he played in the ICC 6 Nations Challenge in the United Arab Emirates. He made his first-class (first-class cricket) debut in 2004, playing matches in the ICC Intercontinental Cup against Canada in Fort Lauderdale and against Bermuda (Bermuda national cricket team) in Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda). First-class matches played by Aijaz Ali at CricketArchive In between those two matches, he played in the Americas Championship (ICC Americas Championship) in Bermuda. Other matches played by Aijaz Ali at CricketArchive * Zbigniew Brzezinski &mdash; former National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter * Gilbert Cooper &mdash; former mayor of Hamilton, Bermuda and member of the House of Assembly of Bermuda * David Hackett &mdash; boarding school friend of Robert F. Kennedy & organizational father of Lyndon B. Johnson's 1964 Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA (Americorps VISTA)), the domestic US Peace Corps program; inspiration for Phineas in John Knowles's 1959 novel A Separate Peace; McGill hockey player and selected for the US Olympic Hockey Team (1952) '''ZBM-TV''' is a television station serving Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda) and the British (United Kingdom) territory of Bermuda. It is owned by Bermuda Broadcasting Company (Bermuda Broadcasting) and is an affiliate of United States television network CBS. The station broadcasts over-the-air on analog (NTSC) channel 9 and is carried on channel 3 on the local cable television system. '''ZFB-TV''' is a television station serving Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda) and the British (United Kingdom) territory of Bermuda. It is owned by Bermuda Broadcasting Company (Bermuda Broadcasting) and is an affiliate of United States television network ABC (American Broadcasting Company) and the British (United Kingdom) global television network BBC World News. The station broadcasts over-the-air on analog (NTSC) channel 7 and is carried on channel 2 on the local cable television system. foundation 1994 location Hamilton, Bermuda London, United Kingdom CME Development Corporation Amsterdam, Netherlands CME Media Enterprises BV Prague, Czech Republic CME Media Services Limited key_people Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman Adrian Sârbu, CEO & President David Sach, CFO landlord location Langton Hill, Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda), Pembroke (Pembroke Parish, Bermuda) address '''Government House''' is the official residence of the Governor of Bermuda. It is located on Langton Hill, overlooking the North Shore in Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda), Pembroke (Pembroke Parish, Bermuda). Government House is also the official residence of the Bermudan head of state (currently Queen Elizabeth II) when staying in Bermuda. This was only one of the changes made in the 1960s, largely as a result of the civil rights movement. A constitution was introduced which made Bermuda's parliamentary system more like the Westminster system. Political parties were legalised, and the system of a majority Government, from which a Premier was appointed and the Cabinet Ministers were drawn, and a minority Opposition was adopted. The Senate was created to perform a function akin to that of the House of Lords, in London, although its members were appointed, rather than being hereditary, noble peers. The system of suffrage, by which the members of the lower house were elected, and which, as in Britain, had historically been limited to male landowners, was finally extended to all adults: universal adult suffrage (Universal suffrage). Although non-white males had not been specifically banned from either voting or standing for election, the land-owning requirement had effectively barred all but a few from voting. When the numbers of non-white land owners had increased, a minimum property value was added. The first non-white to stand for election was schoolmaster Augustus Swan, who owned two houses and dry goods stores in Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda) and Flatts (Flatts Village, Bermuda). He was part of a coalition that pledged black support for white candidates Samuel Nash, Ambrose Gosling and RJP Darrell, in exchange for white support of Swan, but the plan failed and none of these candidates won a seat. The first non-white person to actually gain a seat in the House of Assembly was William Henry Thomas Joell, elected MCP for Pembroke (Pembroke Parish, Bermuda) in May, 1883, and who died in 1886 while still holding his seat. He was replaced by John Henry Thomas Jackson, who was also non-white. Bermuda's women were denied the vote, and the ability to stand for election, entirely until 1944. rowspan "2" CARIFTA Games (U-20) (2004 CARIFTA Games) rowspan "2" Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda), Bermuda bgcolor gold 1st CARIFTA Games Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda), Bermuda style "background:gold;" 1st Dissatisfaction with the quality of this part-time Constabulary led to the formation of the Bermuda Police Force under the Police Establishment Act, 1879. The new body consisted of ten full time constables under Superintendent J. C. B. Clarke. Three of the constables were based in Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda), with Clarke, three in St. George's (St. George's, Bermuda), with Chief Constable H. Dunkley, and two in Somerset (Somerset Village, Bermuda), and there were still twenty-one part-time Parish constables. foundation 1889 location Hamilton (Hamilton, Bermuda), Bermuda key_people John D. Campbell Q.C., J.P., Chairman Philip M. Butterfield, CEO

Hamilton, Bermuda

200px thumb right The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity in Hamilton. (File:Cathedral in Hamilton, Bermuda.jpg)

'''Hamilton''' is the capital (Capital (political)) of the British (United Kingdom) Overseas Territory (British Overseas Territory) of Bermuda. It is the territory's financial centre and a major port and tourist destination. Its population of 3461 (2000) is one of the smallest of any capital city.

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