RIZAL-IN-DAPITAN.pptx - RIZAL IN DAPITA N(1892-1896 DAPITA A remote town Mindanao in under which missionary was the jurisdiction of Jesuits from the

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RIZAL IN DAPITA N (1892-1896)
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D APITA N A remote town in which was Mindanao under the missionary jurisdiction from of the 1892- Jesuits 1896. A 3 rd class city in the province of Zamboanga del Norte.
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Abundantly fruitful with varied achievements. Practiced medicine, pursued scientific studies, continued his artistic and literary works, widened his knowledge of languages, established a school for boys, promoted community development projects, invented a wooden machine for making bricks, and engaged in farming and commerce .
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Cebu- Steamer which brought Rizal to Dapitan. Fr. Pablo Pastells Fr. Antonio Obach
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In these ff. Conditions Rizal did not agree. Consequently, he lived in the house of Captain Carnicero. (Commander) The relationship between Canicero (The warden) and Rizal (The prisoner ) CARNICERO was charmed by Rizal’s fine qualities and personality, they ate together with same table and they had many friendly conversations. He notice that rizal was not a common felon. He gave good reports on his prisoner to Gov.Despujol.
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He gave him complete freedom to go anywhere reporting only once a week at his office, and - permitted Rizal who was a good equestrian, to ride his chestnut horse. Rizal on his part he admired Carcinero of being kind, generous Spanish Captain. He Wrote a poem for Carcinero entitled " A Don Ricardo Carcinero on August 26, 1892 on the occasion of captain's birthday.
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L ETTER S G IST Father Superior Pastells informed Father Obach that Rizal could live at the parish convent on the following conditions: 1. "That Rizal publicly retract his errors concerning that were religion, and make statements clearly pro-Spanish and against revolution". 2."That he perform the church rites and make a general confession of his past life". 3.That henceforth he conduct himself in an exemplary manner as a Spanish subject and a man of religion."
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W INS IN M ANILA L OTTERY On September 21, 1892, Dapitan’s mood burst in hectic excitement. As the mail boat Butuan brought the news about Rizal, winning in the lottery.
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L OTTERY T ICKET NO . 9736 Total Lottery Prize: P20000.00 Rizal’s Share Allocation Given to his father: P 2000 To his friend, Basa: P 200 Allocated for investment: P 4000 Rizal’s total share: P 6200 Captain Carnicero Jose Rizal Francisco Equilor
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Rizal shared of the winning the lottery ticket was P6 200. Upon receiving this sum. P 2 000 to his father. P 200 to his friend Basa in Hong Kong -and the rest he invested well by purchasing agricultural lands along the coast of Talisay, about 1km away from Dapitan. Rizal’s winning in the Manila lottery reveals an aspect of his lighter side. He never drank hard liquor. He never smoked. But Rizal was a lottery addict. During his 1st sojourn in Madrid from (1882-1885)
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This interesting religious debate may be read in 4 letters written by Rizal, as follows : 1. September 1, 1892 2. November 11, 1892 3. January 9,1893 4. April 4,1893 Father Pastells replies dated: 1. October 12,1892 2. December 8,1892 3. February 2,1893 4. April (no exact date ) 1893
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