Wonosobo, Hotel e Sanatorium Dieng, Hotel Marcks.
Dieng Plateau (Wonosobo), Hotel Dieng Plateau, Resthouse Dieng.
Ardjoeno Mountains (Bangil), Hotel Prigen, Hotel TrAtAs.
Banjoewangi, Hotel Banjoewangi.
Bondowoso, Hotel van der Eb, Hotel Hoeke. Blitar, Hotel Chemin de Fer, Hotel van Rheeden. Lawang, Pension Villa Justine.
Nongkodjadjar (Lawang), Hotel Nongkodjadjar. Malang, Palace hotel, Hotel Jansen.
Kawi Mountains (Malang), Hotel Songgoriti, Hotel Poedjon, Hotel Lebaksari.
Poespo (Pasoeroean), Hotel Poespo. Pasoeroean, Hotel Tonjes, Marine Hotel.
Tosari (Pasoeroean), Sanatorium Tosari, Hotei Montagne, Hotel Ngadiwono.
Probolingo, Hotel Busch, Hotel Central. Sourabaya, Oranje Hotel, Simpang Hotel, Hotel Sarkies.
Toelocng Agoeng, Hotel Keyzer.
The names in brackets give the postal address of hotels except in the case of Soerakarta where it means the popular name for that place.
RAILWAYS IN JAVA.
Of the islands belonging to the Netherlands Indies, Java has the most developped railway system. Beginning from the West at Anjer and Laboean to Batavia, it runs from that place through the whole length of the Island with a Northern and Southern route to Sourabaya in the Eastern part and thence farther East to Panaroekan and Banjoewangi whilst several other lines cross the islands in different directions, taking in all important cities and villages.
Of this system the State Railways cover 2500 Kilometres (about 1555 miles) while the remainder, about 2300 Kilometres (1430 E. miles) belong to twelve different private companies.
The gauge generally in use is 1.067 Metres (3a 6a) with the exception of part of the lines of the Netherland Indian Railway Co, which has a gauge of 1.435 Metres (4a8i/2a).The gauge generally in use is 1.067 Metres (3a 6a ) with the exception of part of the lines of the Netherland Indian Railway Co, which has a gauge of 1.435 Metres (4a 8i/2a ).