Historical Calendar. National Historical Institute, Manila, 1996.
1588 A projected revolt under Magat Salamat is dicoverered by the Spanish authorities. 1824 Manila is hit by a severe earthquake and a typhoon 1899 President McKinley sends the following message to the American Commissioners: "The cessation of hostilities must be of the whole archipelago or none. The latter is wholly inadmissible and the former must therefore be required." 1902 Father Aglipay publicly celebrates his first Mass as "Obispo Maximo" of the newly created church on Azcarraga Street corner Ylaya, in Tondo, Manila. 1913 Resurreccion Hidalgo, a great Filipino painter is buried in Barcelona. 1936 Creation of the Court of Industrial Relations to settle disputes between capital and labor. 1944 Simeon de Jesus, colonel of World War II, is arrested in Paco, Manila, by the Japanese military police and imprisoned at Fort Santiago.