26th of August 1902

In the afternoon of the other day, the Officer of the Day came with a copy o the declaration of amnesty, informing the prisoners that the Governor had received orders to put on the next ship to Manila, those who signed an oath in accordance with the stipulation in said decree. Since all the prisoners..

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1st of June 1902

All prisoners living in Asan have signed and issued the following petition: "THE GOVERNOR OF GUAM: The undersigned Filipino prisoners, exiled in Asan Prison house wish to bring to your attention the following: "That the manual work aimed at the well-being of the prisoners, is still being performed by individuals who came here as servants,..

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30th of April 1902

As a decision to the appeal of March 24 and signed by 23 prisoners, the following order has been sent to us: "ORDER: Five prisoners will be allowed to visit Agaña daily between the hours of 9:30 A.M. and 4 P.M. The Officer of the Day will check three prisoners upon their departure and return...

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24th of March 1902

As to the course of events this year, nothing has improved our situation. It is true that the Captain, after seeing the boxes of canned meat delivered to us intact, gave us a supply of fresh meat thrice a week; however, after three weeks, this has been forgotten, and the same boxes were returned to..

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24th of September 1901

The warship Justine arrived from Yokohama and is anchored at this port. It brings the sad news that President McKinley was seriously wounded early this month in an exhibition in Buffalo, when an anarchist attempted on his life. In view of this, a committee of prisoners went to welcome Captain McKelvy, giving him the following message..

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12th of September 1901

The following moved to Agaña together with their four servants: Julian Gerona, Pablo Ocampo, Maximino Trías, Simon Tecson, Lucino Almeida, Norberto Dimayuga, Juan Mauricio, Silvestre Legaspi and Eulogio González. The American authorities also invited me to live in Agaña, with a promise to take care of my sustenance, but I refused.

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1st of September 1901

At twelve o'clock noon, our companion, Don Maximino Hizon died of the same illness as Barican; his sudden death is more sudden than Barican's. It was only yesterday that the deceased felt he was sick. R.I.P. We also learned that the Governor has granted our companions' petition to live on their own in Agaña.

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11th of August 1901

Messrs. Carmona and Rivera embarked for Manila. We do not know if the former has been freed or he is just summoned to Manila on some matters; the latter is not a prisoner, and for this reason, he is allowed to return to Manila on account of his sickness. A warship unexpectedly arrived in the..

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