n.1.A fast-sailing schooner, used in the Bermudas and West Indies.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The most popular meeting spot is the Ballahoo, an airy and colourful cafe overlooking the centre of town, making it the perfect spot to people-watch, relax and watch the world go by.
(Old Road bay, north of Basseterre) Ballahoo - Simple food and a great view over Basseterre's bustling centre (
The Bible belonged to the wife of the Welsh Chartist leader, Zephaniah Williams, and was discovered by Mr Humphries, 68, and his wife, Eliana, on a visit to Ballahoo Creek, where Williams had attempted to establish a Welsh mining community.
From there Williams eventually found his way to Ballahoo Creek on the Mersey River and discovered coal but never enough to make him wealthy.