Dimasalang Kalendariong Tagalog (1920)

Dimasalang Kalendariong Tagalog (1920)

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Dimasalang Kalendariong Tagalog (1920) by Honorio López

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1920

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101

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Dimasalang Kalendariong Tagalog (1920)

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in ni G. sta. María sa ating Mananakop. (Pintakasi sa Siláng at Mabitak) san Cornelio ob. kp.

3 Mar. Ss. Blás ob. at Ceferina mr.

4 Mier. Ss. Andrés Corsino at José de Leonisa m~ga kp.

Pagkakasira ng mga Pilipino at Americano 1899.

[Larawan: bilog na buwan]

Kabilugan sa Alimángo 4.42.4 hápon

[Larawan: Cancer]

5 Hueb. Ss. Pedro Bautista (Pintakasi sa Siudad ng Kamarinis) at Agueda bg. at mr.

6 Bier. Ss. Dorotea bg. at mr. Vedasto, Amando m~ga ob. kp.

Pagkabaril sa mga magigiting Ramon Basa. Vicente Molina, Teodoro Plata, Apolinio de la Cruz, Hermenegildo Reyes, José Trinidad, Pedro Nicodemus, Feliciano del Rosario at Cervasio Samson, 1897.

7 Sab. Ss. Remualdo abad, Ricardo hari at Juliana bao.

8 Linggo Ss. Juan de Mata, kp. at nt. at Dionisio, Emiliano at Sebastian mres.

9 Lun. Ss. Apolonia bg. Primo at Donato, mga dk. at mga mr.

Kapanganakan kay P. José Burgos ng taong 1837.

10 Mar. Ss. Escolástica bg. Guillermo ermitanyo at Sotera bg.

11 Mier. Ntra. Sra. de Lourde

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The noted journalist Honorio Lopez started this Tagalog almanac in 1898. Every year after, this thin pamphlet served as the "bible" for farmers and common folks who refered to it for the weather, astrology, and events or birthdates of famous people in the world. The almanac also includes interesting short articles on life, love and health. Would you like to know what happened in 1920 on the day of your birth? Read on...
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