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after lunch came again [[red underline]] Endo [[/red underline]] and young [[red underline]] Tohkawa [[/red underline]] to present typewritten copy of estimates which indicate [[red underline]] 12% [[/red underline]] profit after payment of 25% [[red underline]] to Hooker Co [[/red underline]] for royalty. Evening supper with [[red underline]] Mc Donald [[/red underline]] and [[red underline]] Dr. Daland [[/red underline]] of Philadelphia.
The latter is a physician-specialist, and has travelled extensively all over the world for recreation and has studied abroad. [[strikethrough]] Drove thru town [[/strikethrough]]
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Very entertaining party.
Afterwards McDonald drove us along the shore
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then thru town in his carriage with his picturesquely dressed japanese coachman.
Aug 31. 1914 Up early, very hot and sultry. - very hot. My hotel bill amounts to 85 yen. at 9 yen ^[[board]] per day and extras.
Lunch at hotel with [[red underline]] McDonald [[/red underline]] and [[red underline]] Daland [[/red underline]]. Then [[red underline]] Furuta [[/red underline]] came to visit me then came [[red underline]] [[Irray?]] Endo [[/red underline]] and [[red underline]] [[Iskawa Jun?]]. [[/red underline]] then [[red underline]] Tanaka [[/red underline]] then ^[[Kondo]] [[red underline]] Shiohara [[/red underline]] and [[red underline]] [[Furinjea?]] [[/red underline]]. offered them all Gin-slings in my room which they seemed to relish. [[red underline]] Shiohara [[/red underline]] gave me as present the [[red underline]] lacquer box X with mother of-pearl which I had admired so much [[/red underline]] in labortary of Dr. Miami 
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That black lacquer box beautifully inlaid with mother of pearl.
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[[red underline]] Tanaka [[/red underline]] assures me that he will see to it that we shall be satisfied of our business relations. That altho' some tradesmen and 
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