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Baronin Kujo. Takeko
  Miwataseba         Wohin ich schaue
  Nishi mohigashimo  Nach Westen u. Osten
  Kasuminari         ist Nebel
  Kimi wakaerazu     mein Herr kam noch nicht
  Mata haruyaki shi  u. doch ist der Fruehling 
                                      wieder da.

Oi naru Mono no chikarani  Helpless is the step 
                                            of me
Hikare yuku                who is hired by 
Waga ashi ato no               the most powerful
O botsu Kanashiya.


[[sketch (1)]]
Ichikawa [[JT]]
Ennosuke [[JT]]
Omodakaya 
[[small sketch]]

[[sketch (2) yin yan]] [[small sketch]]
Ichikawa [[JT]]
Sumizo

[[sketch (3)]]
Arashi   [[JT]]
Kichisabuzo

[[sketch (4)]] Sangai
Arashi         Kitsubishi
Tokusaburi     [[JT]]

[[sketch (5) hare]]
Tonol           usagi
Usaburo +1928 -1860

[[sketch (6)]] Matsubu
Kataoka        no mari
Matiu (?)      [[JT]]
Saburo [[JT]]

[[sketch (7)]] [[JT]]
Nakamura
Fukusuke

[[sketch (8)]] [[JT]]
Nakamura
Shibajaku
     +1927

[[sketch (9)]] [[JT]]
Nakamura
Kagazo

[[sketch (10) eyes]] [[JT]] me-cho
[[JT]]
Mokucho
(als Moyo)

[[sketch (11)]] [[JT]]
Medetai
(als Muster)

[[sketch (12)]] [[JT]]
Menushi

[[sketch (13)]] [[JT]]
ume
nushi

[[sketch (14)]] [[JT]]
Daki ume

[[sketch (15)]] [[JT]]

[[sketch (16)]] [[JT]]
Kuma

[[sketch (17)]] [[JT]]

[[sketch (18)]]

Machiboke, Machiboke!
Aru hi sesse to nora Kasegi
Soko ye usagi ga tonde dete
Korori-Koronda Ki no neko.


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1926.          12 000 Taxi
1927           16 000 Taxi
im Sept. 1927   1 916 Verkehrsunfaelle
Davon kommen      847 auf Autos
Davon.  10 Todesf.  44 andere
(ca. 17 Todesfaelle im Verkehr)
zu diesen Faellen aber zaehlen noch 
Privatautos u. Motorraeder


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