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Saturday, 14 January 2017

Today in Philippine History – 14th day of January.

The past of Philippine today in the 14th day of January 1899.

On this day of 1899 - General Carlos P. Romulo was born in Camiling Tarlac.

TRIVIA II: On the day of January 14, 1975.

 - Miguel Cuaderno one of the so-called "Seven Wise Men" who drafted the 1935 Constitution and one of the early main pillars of the Philippine economy, died at the age of 74. He was born on December 12, 1890 in Tondo, Manila. (Kahimyang, 2017)

TRIVIA III: On this day of 1873.

 - Juan de Alaminos y Vivora appointed Gov. Gen., whose administration forged direct steamship service between Spain and the Philippines.

***Other Philippine History Trivia from January 10 -13.

January 13


1975, Sultan Mohammad Dipatuan Kudarat (also spelled Qudarat) of Maguindanao was hailed as national hero of the Filipino people and not just of Muslim Filipinos.

1933 - US Congress passes HereiHawes Cutting Act on Philippine Independence over Pres. Hoover's veto.

1933 - the Hare-Hawes-Cutting Act became the first measure passed by the United States House of Representatives, overriding a veto by President Herbert Hoover, to set definite date for the independence of the Philippines.

January 12

1889 - Hispano-Filipino Association, an organization composed of Filipinos and Spaniards, was formed in Madrid, Spain calling for reforms in the Philippines during Spanish colonization.
1888- Assosacion Hispao-Filipina, founded by Miguel Morayta to introduce Reforms.
1777 - Flax decreed for cultivation.

January 11

1979 - the Philippines inaugurated its first geothermal plant in Tiwi, Albay.
1940 - Quirino Lizardo and his nephew Ferdinand Marcos, who won the highest honors in the 1939 bar examinations, and son of former Assemblyman Mariano Marcos, were convicted of murder of Julio Nalundasan, Assemblyman-elect in 1935 - Mariano and his brother Pio were acquitted.
1897 - 13 martyrs of Bagumbayan executed.
1897 - the so-called "Thirteen Martyrs of Bagumbayan" were executed following their arrests after the Cry of Pugadlawin on charges of treason and sedition.

January 10

1903 - the Board of Dental Examiners was reorganized through Public Act No. 593 entitled, “The Act of Regulating the Practice of Dentistry in the Philippine Islands.”
1983 - President Ferdinand E. Marcos signed into law, in Malacanang, the country's first comprehensive Local Government Code (Batas Pambansa Bilang 337) which defined the powers and functions of local elective officials, giving them autonomy while decentralizing government powers in barangays, towns, cities and provinces.
1785 - University of Sto. Tomas granted "royal" title by King Charles III.

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SOURCE: Kahimyang and calendars

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