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el, as they were in the hands of the runner of the establishment, who took good care that they did not go astray and fall into the clutches of the representative of the rival concern. The publicans of the open ports of Japan have a watchful eye for their interests, and the stranger does not have to wander long in the streets to find accommoda

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tion. The Doctor had been there before, and took great pains to have his bargain made with the utmost exactness,

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ten find that his negligen

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ce has cost him something. The last time I was in Yokohama I had a very warm discussion with my la

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ndlord when I settled my bill, and I don't propose to have a repetition of it." The h

otel was much like an American house in its general characteristics, both in the arrangement of the rooms and the style of furniture. The proprietors and managers were foreigners, but the servants were

native and were dressed in Japanese costume. The latter were very quiet and orderly in their manners, and made a favorable imp

ression on the young visitors. Frank was so pleased with the o

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ne in charge of his room that he wished he could take him home with him, and have a Japanese serva

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nt in America. Testimony as to the excellent character of servants in Japan is nearly un

iversal on the part of those who have employed them. Of course there will be an occasional lazy, inattentive, or dishonest fellow, but one finds them much more rarely than in Europe or America. In gener

al, they are very keen observers, and learn the ways and peculiarities of their masters in a remarkably short time. And once h

aving learned them, they never forget. "When I was last her

he Jap
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e," said the Doctor, "I was in this very hotel, and had one of the regular servants of the establi

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shment to wait on me. The evening after my arrival, I told him to have my bath ready at

seven o'clock in the morning, and to bring a glass of ice-water when he[Pg 84] waked me. Exactly at seven he was at my bedside with the water, and told me the bath was waiting; and as long as I remained

here he came at precisely the same hour in the morning, offered me the glass of water, and announced the readiness of the bat

h. I never had occasion to tell him the same thing twice, no m

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atter what it was. Occasionally I went to Tokio to spend two or three days. The first time I went,

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I showed him what clothes I wished to take, and he packed them in my valise; and afterw

ards I had only to say I was going to Tokio, when he would immediately proceed to pack up exactly the same things I had taken the first time, or their equivalents. He never made the slightest error, and

was a trifle more exact than I wished him to be. On my first journey I carried a bottle of cough-mixture to relieve a cold fr

om which I[Pg 85] happened to be suffering. The cold had disap

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peared, and the bottle was empty before my second trip to Tokio; but my faithful servant wrapped i

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t carefully in paper, and put it in a safe corner of my valise, and continued to do so e

very time I repeated the excursion." A JAPANESE STREET SCENE. A JAPANESE STREET SCENE. The boys were all anxiety to take a walk through the streets of Yokohama, and could hardly wait for the Doctor

to arrange matters with the hotel-keeper. In a little while everything was determined, and the party went out for a stroll. Th

e Doctor led the way, and took them to the Japanese portion of

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the city, where they were soon in the midst of sights that were very curious to them. They stoppe

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d at several shops, and looked at a great variety of Japanese goods, but followed the ad

vice of the Doctor in deferring their purchases to another time. Frank thought of the things he was to buy for his sister Mary, and also for Miss Effie; but as they were not to do any shopping on their

first day in Japan, he did not see any occasion for opening the precious paper that Mary had confided to him previous to his d

eparture. They had a walk of several hours, and on their re

nly fi

turn to the hotel were quite weary enough to rest awhile. Frank and Fred had a whispered conversation while the

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Doctor was talking with an old acquaintance; and as soon as he was at liberty they told him what they had been conversing about. "We think

we want to write home now, Doctor," said Frank, "and wish to know if you approve of our doing so to-day." "By all means," replied the Doctor, with a smile; "it is time to begin at once. You are in a fo

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reign country and there are plenty of things to write about. Your information will be to a great extent new and interesting to your friends, a

nd the reasons that I gave you for not writing a long letter from Niagara do not exist here." [Pg 86] "I thought you would say so," responded Fred, his eyes sparkling with animation, "and I want to

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