ra ills to RU I tenzoi'g about -I times a day.
To Gujoel. Tourists to Garnet lowe to change ti'ainsatTlihatoe
Jo Moo~e lourists to Mans stop the night over at this station in the
Gouvernementshotel but at their own costs.
Ti'ai us to tli~ harbour I'ondjong-Piwk leave at Batavia station S.S.
or N. ES. about every hour. liiii' tables for the harbour-railway service
are always obtainable at the I bIds.
On the railwa s to ltuilenzorg and the Interior tO Kilo free-luggage
On the railway to Jandjong-Priok is a small charge for ever~' piece
of I uggage.
\vELTEVREDEN THE UPi'ER TOWN.
The principal streets arc ~\lOh.llVIie, Rijs~vij k, Noo rdwijk a long the
canal and tramway and Kraniat. Tanah abang. Kehon Sirih. Post and
telegraph Otti(e combined in one building is situated 01) the canal near
thc theatre, and can he reached by tramway. The ottice is open from
7 a. in. Jill 6 p. in. On Sundays only from U P ni tilt 5 p. iii.
The Queen of Ihe Lusi.
Wrel tevreden is n nque-
stioiiahlv one of the
(liest ut Oriental towns
and quite worthy of
being well known.
When one has driven
through the old town I) F
Itatavia and seen its
crowded bazaars and
streets and has tollowed
the lines ol the paved
canals where small na-
tives splash and swim.
Woilidli beat tIlL family
I mcii a 11(1 men go to and
fro in tiny boats all in
strange travesty of the
solemn caiials of the
iilreel MejeJwn/ hi li((iah)ho.
old couiitrv. he comes to
(lie l)roader avenueS of the new town Ii ned with tall tanlarmn(I and
Wa ii ugi n trees \VitlI J)tII isies uif pal nis and J)V taiii iils 0! 1)1 aS! ng Mad a-
gasear flame-trees in lilossoiii.