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In Peter Pan, Peter Pan takes Wendy and her siblings to Neverland. There, Peter is plagued by the pirate Hook, who is himself plagued by the crocodile who bit off his hand. In the end, Wendy, Peter, and the Lost Boys escape Hook's clutches.
One night, Peter Pan flies into Wendy Darling’s room and convinces her and her siblings to come to Neverland with him. Jealous, the fairy Tinker Bell tries to sabotage them, but is found out and temporarily banished for her efforts.
In Neverland, Wendy and Peter live with the Lost Boys, who are constantly under attack from the pirate Hook. When Hook captures Peter's friends, he seeks revenge on the pirate and drives him to jump off his ship into the mouth of a crocodile.
Wendy and her brothers return to the real world, where their family adopts the Lost Boys. Peter, unwilling to grow up, remains in Neverland, watching sadly as Wendy ages and loses the ability to fly.
Today, February 7, 1891, Felipe Buencamino, Sr. informs Dr. Jose Rizal of the status of the dispute with the Dominican over the Calamba state.
A notorious invisible government existed in Spanish Philippines. This government was called "frailocracy" meaning rule of the friars.
During the last decades of the 19th century the Spanish friars were so influential and powerful that they practically ruled the Philippines.
During this period the Filipinos were agonizing beneath the yoke of Spanish misrule. Dr. Rizal, an eyewitness of their sufferings, realized that if their grievances would not be heeded by Spain, they would, in despair, rise in arms and fight for freedom's sake.
Early in 1890, while Rizal was in Brussels, capital of Belgium, he received letters from home, which worried him.
The Calamba agrarian trouble was getting worse. The management of the Dominican Hacienda continually raised the land rents until such time that Rizal's father refused to pay his rent.
Other tenants inspired by Don Francisco's courage, also refused to pay their rents.
The Dominican Order filed a suit in court to dispossess the Rizal family of their lands in Calamba.
Meanwhile, the tenants, including the Rizal family, were persecuted and ejected from their lands.
Paciano and the brothers-in-law Antonio Lopez (husband of Narcisa) and Silvestre Ubaldo (husband of Olympia) were deported to Mindoro. Another brother-in-law, Manuel T. Hidalgo (husband of Saturnina) was banished for a second time to Bohol.
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