|NOTES OF A TRIE TO CHINA AND JAPAN||3|
|NOTES A TRIP TO CHINA AND JAPAN.||7|
|II.—At Anchor off South Frankland. Good Sport.—Bird Island.—Albany Pass.—Magnificent Scenery.—Thursday Island.—The Pearl Fisheries.—Port Darwin.—A Corroboree.—Cattle Trade with Java.—Timor, with its Towering Hills.—Dirt and Disorder in the Post-office.—Timor Ponies.||8|
|III.—Paralysing the Natives.—From Dilly to Hongkong—The Ly-ee-moon Pass—Hongkong—British Progress.— 20,000 Chinese on the Water.—Sampans.—Jinrickshas Quaint Signs-Piracy.||13|
|IV.—At Canton.—Low Fares.—The Defences.—Chinadom.— The Streets.—Filth.—The Temples,—A Fraudulent Timepiece.—Imprisoned Students.—The City Walls.— The Cemetery.||18|
|V.—Slavery in China.—Horrible Tortures.—The Prefect Court. —Inhuman Treatment of Prisoners.—The Death Sentence.—A Chinese Club.—Beggars.—Shanghai.—Chinese Junks.—Social Enjoyment.—Anti-Christian Feeling.||23|
|VI.—Progress of Shanghai—Municipal Government.—The Quick and the Dead.—Bubbling Well.—A Restaurant and Tea Gardens—Sports.—Public Conveyances.—Servants.—Houseboats.—Curious Fish.—Chinese Theatre.— Public Gardens.||28|
|VII.—Arrival at Kobe. Japan.—Beauty of the Inland Sea Japanese Junks.—The Temples.—Yachting.—Osaka, the Venice of Japan.—Divorce Popular.—Rice Cultivation Japanese Shops—Curious Signboards.||33|
|VIII.—Nara Park and Temple.—Tea Cultivation.—Cherry Trees.-Manufactures.—A Wonderful Tree.—A Rope of Human Hair.—The Rapids.—Wrestlers.||35|
|IX.—Tokyo, the Capital.—A Splendid Drive —Japanese Parliament.—An Address in Reply.-Constitution of the Japanese Empire.—A Hermit Nation.—The Mikado.— Japanese Horses.||42|
|X—Flimsy Buildings.—Big Fires.—Tokyo Gaol.—Massage.— Shampooing.—A Favourite Outing—The Famous Bronze Image “Diabutsu.”—Tea-firing.||46|
|XI.-Burial Tubs.—Cremation.—Cemeteries.-Stately Tree Culture.—A Mountain Chair.—Nikko and its Surroundings.— Yokohama and its Attractions.—A Japanese Theatre.||48|
|XII.—A Fine Drive.—Bamboo Groves.—A Curious Custom.— Will Adams.—Social and Moral Condition of Japan Curio-buying Mania.||52|
|XIII—Japanese Love of Floriculture.—The Electric Light in General Use.—Railway Travelling.—Our Farewell to Japan.—A Large Castle.—The Coal Trade.—Speedy Shipment of the Mineral.—British Borneo.—Conclusion.||53|
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| author1=Trickett, W. J.
| author2=Sydney Mail.
| title=Notes of a trip to China and Japan
| section=48 pages, (25 pages of ill.) : illustrations, portraits ; 29 cm.
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