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It hm plcascil Ills Majesty to author
ize tliu following changes in the Fio.
gramme of Ihc Jubilee l's!Hlc b:
uatutday, November 20th,
Historical Procession ut 0 a. in.
Tuesday, November 23id,
Ahnninu in tliu Palace Oi omuls.
Wednesday, Novembor 24th.
Athletic Sports nt MuHkl nt 1 p. in.
Thursday, November 25th,
Ball nt Iolani Palace.
Saturday, November 27th,
Military Parade nt Mnklki nt 8:30 p. in
Htstoriml Tableaux, ut tliu 0,.o.n
House nt 8 p.m.
Monday, Noyember 29th,
Stntc Dinner nl Iolani IV.ace.
II. M.'s Ohamhcihrin
Iolani Palace, Nov. 18, 1S30.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
lliMiuliilu, Hawaiian Islands
raw Exchange on the
Baulc il Ciilii'oi-iiiii, S. IP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcssis. N. SI. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commeioinl Hank Co., of Sidney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Sydnuy, , ,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Cliristuliurch, mid, W clliiigton,
The Bank of UrlthOi Culunibin, Vic
lorin, B. O., ami I'orilund, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Beet sor X'arty.
But established for the benefit of nil.
TUESDAY. NOV. 23. 188G.
An old native, who claims ability
to read the "signs of the times,"
says that the gods arc angry at the
expenditure of so much money over
the Jubilee festivities, and the con
tinued tains mark their displeasure.
This is one view. Another is that
the rains of the past few days are
the &.eatcst possible boon to the
count.y. Those engaged or inter
ested in agriculture are willing to
put up with the inconvet 'ence of
"rac" .arc above and mud below, for
a .. -.lot no, in p-Obpect of the in
creased crops to fo"ow as a conse
quence of the Uioiougli 'sorting the
land is being submitted to. If the
gods pre displeased with pleasure
see'ee-s, they aic showing practical
respect for cultivators.
The long continued lains have
shown the fallacy of our present
sj'stcm of road building. Hardly a
street in the city, and ceilainly
none in the suburbs, except per
haps the one from the head of Emma
street to Pauoa Valley road, are
passable for pedestrians. The fault
seems to lie in the wane of proper
drainage. "Whether from want of
knowledge of the proper mode of
constructing roads, or from some
other cause, the . 'ter does not
know. But if one road can be built
so that it is comnriativcly diy dur
ing such laina as we have had for
the last ten days, there seems to bo
no reason why all the roads shoujel
not be equally well built, prvicu
lnrly those that have nn incline to
wards the sea, and if pinperly con
btruetcd, a natural drainage.
In an interview during his visit
to this city held with Hon. S. S.
f.'nx. United States Minister to
TiMkey, lie spoke with much entbti-'
slasm or the ijilli.ience or itoueri
College, uiectcd near Constanti
nople, by the munificence of Chris
topher It. Roueil, a meichant of
New York. It has on an average
200 students, most of whom are
and have been Bulgarians. Its
graduates have been the leaders of
public opinion, and have held many
public olllces in Bulgaria and Itou
mclia and have saturated, their
people with ideas of American,
liberty and State autonomy. Their
influence is manifest in tho elections
last week for the members of the
Great Sobranje summoned to elect
tho successor of Prince Alexander,
which resulted in tho success of all
the government candidates. " That
means," said Mr. Cox, " that the
popular candidates, who sympathize
with the provisional government of
Bulgaria, and who are inimical to
Russian aggression and rule, are
prepared to eliminate Russian in
fluence and repel Bubsiun autocracy
in Bulgaria. It is one of tho most
trmistakablorlecttons in its result,
for it indicates almost unanimity in
tho popular approval of institutions
not dissimilar with our own." This
is the just commendation by a
most intelligent and competent ob
scivcr of the controlling influence of
this adjunct of the American Board
of Miss'ons at Constantinople. In
spite of tho bribery and threats of
Russia, and tho domineering and
brutal conduct of (Jon. Kaulbnrs,
its Special Agent, the Bulgatians
have stood i.iin by their Constitu
tion, oven though it should involve
the invasion of their country by the
Russian Army. N. Y. ill. Chr.
Wkly., Oct. 23.
The theory of liberty is the sntne,
whether taught in Turkey or in
Hawaii. The result of the opera
tions of a scat of learning ought to
be no more marked in the East than
in the West. The American doct
rine that " all men are born free and
equal," inculcated in every college
and at every point where an Ameri
can's influence is felt, is subvervise
of the barbarous ideas by which one
man is horn to rule because his
father ruled and another is born to
serve for a like reason. A liberal
education, on a lepublican basis, is
incompatible with everything like a
recognition of the vested rights
claimed by hereditary chiefs over
the persons and property of their
The Hawaiian, although awaking
to the first light of liberty under the
tutorship of the now much abused
" missionaries " of the American
Board, and although living under
an organized system of government
in which lie is supposed to have a
voice, has yet much to learn before
he is fit to graduate a free citizen of
a free country. The temple of
liberty is yet in an unfinished state
m these islands. l nc popular
voice, as evoked by the saturation
of the Bulgarian students with
American ideas of liberty, took'
immediate effect in government
circles. A great deal of develop
ment is required in Hawaii before
tho like result is produced here.
Bilbcry and threats in Bulgaria re
coiled upon the party employing
them; but these and even worse
practices in our constituencies are
the means by wuich the so-called
" Natiourl Party," in February
last, succeeded in inaugurating the
wild carnival of legislative riot for
which the year 1S8G will stand out
prominent in the history of the
Let the Hawaiian be once fully
saturated with American ideas of
liberty and personal independence,
and the scenes which disgraced the
legislature ,,t the present period
will pass into history, there to re
main, never to be enacted over
again. Superstitions, however
venerable, crumble away when
brought in contact with increasing
knowledge, and while tho Hawaiian
is wedded by ignorance to supersti
tious ideas and practices, he can
never stand side by side, on the
same plane with Bulgarian or
American, as a ftee cilhen of a free
The Bulgarian students evidently
acquired, in their college course, a
consciousness of their indvidual
rights not inculcated in other insti
tutions. The' could not but have
learned to lespect themselves the
last thing that despotism .permits its
students to lcatn and thus secured
the confidence of lhei" countrymen j
hence the readiness with which they
mado, their influence1 felt. Tho
average Hawaiian, though not in
herently of a degraded disposition,
is yet considerably below the stan
dard to which he must attain be.'ore
he will abandon, from choice, many
of the ways peculiar to the ages of
barbarism. He will,, at limes, trans
gress known and recognized rules of
propriety, when rmong his own
people, that he scrupulously avoids
when " haolcs " arc present. The
inference is that if left to himself
the native would drift back to where
the u haole " found him Bixty years
ago, The advances made during
these brief years are probably un
paralleled in the history o! mankind ;
but the leaven of education has not
yet sufficiently diffused itself to in
culcate ineradicable principles of
self-respect or a high spirit of per
That a man's duties begin and
end in his own individual responsi
bility and not in tho ideas or
doings of his ancestors or his here
ditary superiors is a sentiment more
fully adopted in America than in
my other part of tho world, and it
is therefore to be expected that
I merican institutions and auto
cratic domination are mutually re
pellant forces. But it is a signifi
cant foaturo of tho policy of retro
gression now rampant in these
islands that tho jno9t desperato
efforts nro being put forth to sup
press thoso broad principles of
personal independence taught by
Amci leans, and to force the pcoplo
into tho old ruts of servility and
vassalage. This is a policy which
cannot bo too vigorously resisted.
If allowed to go on, the ideas of
American liberty supposed to have
taken root in Hawaiian soil will,
beforo many years, need to be
planted over again, and Hawaii,
from being a full century in advance
of tho Turk in civilization, will have
fallen back into the awkward squad
of raw recruits, under a fresh band
of instructors from the American
Board of Missions.
THE CHILD'S BIBLE.
Mr. Geo. II. Do Kay, is now in
Honolulu, representing the firm of
Messrs. Girvin and Johnson, pub
lishers and importers of fine art
works, Oakland, California. Mr.
Do Kay's special business hero is to
sell, by subscription, Casscll & Co.'s
"Child's Bible," and will, as soon
as tho weather permits, make a tour
among the people for this purpose.
The book itself consists of "a con
secutive arrangement of the nar
rative and other portions of Holy
Sciipture, in the words of the
authorized version." It has up
wards of two hundred original illus
trations. Tho text is in large, bold
type, and the work is in "every way
adapted for the use indicated by its
title. There is little doubt of Mr.
De Kay's success in securing patron
age for his book in this community.
A handcart laden with merchan
dise got stuck in the mud on the
Esplanade this morning, and after
vain attempts to budge tho cart, the
hauler was given a lift by a passing
dray. During the above incident,
a gentleman mounted a box and
said, "What a shameful condition
that road is in. It was sounded
with a ten-fathom line this morning,
and in some places no bottom was
P. U. Box 452.
Friday, November 26th,
At 10 o'clock, a. in.
At the rsidonce of W. W WRIGHT,
Esq , No. 172 Fort Street (opposite Ku
km) we will sell at Public Auction, the
cntiro Household Furni.urc, consisting
HAIR CLOTH SOFA
B. W. (Juno Scat (Jhairs, 1 Large
AViiting Desk, Huuging Lamps,
Lace Curtains and Cornices, RugF,
Corner Whatnot, Center Tables,
Pictures and Brackets,
DOUBLE KOA BEDSTEAD
Single Bedstead, Mosquito Nets,
Mattresses, Bureaus, blankets, B.W.
Extension ruble, Meat Safe,
CROCKERY aud GLASSWARE,
Stove apd Kitchen Utensils, Etc
Auction Sale of Elegant
By order ef MR. JA8. DODD.we will
sell at Public Auf tion, on
TUESDAY, November 30th'
At 10 o'clock, a. m.,
At his late residence No. 07 & U0 Hotel
Sticci, the Entire Household Fur
niture, consisting in part of
I Ebony Parlor Set!
Upholstered in Rv Silk nud Pluh;
lb my Centre Table, Marble Top,
Hair Cloth Arm Chairs
1 GRAND SQUARE PIANO
(It. Van Minden, New York, Maker;
Ciinnilt'lleis, Hanging Lamps,
2 Lurgu Pier Mirrors, Pendant Vncs,
Panel Pictures, Steel Engraving',
Maonoalo & Urban Fireproof Safe
Ratlan Tables, 15. W. Center Tables,
I Hasiive Black Walnut Marble Top
Spring Mutticeses, Hair FllUws,
1 limbic Top Hair Bedroom bet,
Large Centio Rugs, Sofa Rugs,
Black Walnut Book Case
1 lied Lounge, Single Bedsteads,
Lainbreepilnii and Curtuins,
I B. W. Marble Top Side Board
Black Walnut Extension Table,
Bed and Tabic Linen,
Au absortmcut cf
Crockery & Glassware
Refrigerator, Cook Stove and
KITCHEN UTENSILS, ETC.
tg Tho premises will be open for in.
spection on SATURDAY, November
27th, from 0 n. m. to 3 p. in.
E. P. ADAMS & Co,
DO ot Auctioneers.
NEITHER THE CAPTAIN
nor the agents of tho Biltlsh
bark "W. II. Wn'son" will
lio responsible f jr nny debts
contracted bv tho o'Vc.crs or crew.
F.A.SCHAEFER & CO.
00 Ut Agents.
Legation ov tiik Unitkij Statt.b.
Tho President of the United Btatei of
Anictlcu having designated Thursday,
November 2th Instant, as a day of
National Thanksgiving with tho recom
mendation that it bo observed by the
peoplo of tliii Republic in returning
thanks to God for tliu ninny blessings
Ho lias Lctluwctl upon the American
nation nud people,
Wheiefore. 1 Invite all Amctiuati clti-
zees sojourning on these Islands to make
duojobservnnnu of Thursday, November
SO'h instant, as a day of tlmnksglv'ng
and prnlso in harmony with the peop'c
of the United Stalls. Tho public are
cordially invited to participate in the
observance of llm day.
FHANK P. HASTINGS,
87 Acting Charge d'Affalrcs U. S. A.
A WOMAN to do gmeral housework
in n piivato family, wliciesho will
have a good home.
tit Bui LE
A COTTAGE, containing four or
more rooms, in good order, with
large jard. Address CO'ITAGE, stating
location and terms. P. O. Hex 4M.
Honolulu, Nov.,22, 1880. 89tf
A LADY OR GENTLEMAN ac
eiuiilnted in Honolulu to ennvuss
for a fine set of Holiday Hooks. No ex
pcrlencc niccsary. Goi d te-inis, and
tine chance to make inniicv for a short
tin.e. Address, GEO. H. DnltAY,
811 lv Honolulu,
THERE is a Btray horse on tho prem
ises of tlio subscriber which the
owner can have by piovlng property and
MRS. A. LONG,
SO lw Pauon Valley.
AT C. Jl McCarthy's Hall, Fort Street,
TUESDAY E.VEN1NG, nt8o'clock
between Wm. Howe and Jas. Saunders,
for a purse of $50. Admission free.
Gentlemen's Waterproof Coats
Of superior quality,
And at Reasonable Prices,
ED. nOFFSCHHEGER & CO.,
Queet t., adjoining E. P. Ad urns it Co's
Auction Konm. 80 lw
jr. hopp &c co.
74 Kins Street.
Manufacturers nnd Impoiters of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Jobbing promptly attended to.
For Balls or
Parties la small or large
qiunli Its. ly
A NEW SLOOP, SUM
long, 7 feet (J inches beam,
3 fret depth of hold, and 8J
tons burden, with sails com
plete. Tliu vessel is in perfect older
and will be sold cheap. Apply to
AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK
holdcrs of the Kahnlul Railroad
Co., held at their office November 20ih,
the following officers were elected for
the ensuing yeni :
S. G. WILDER President
W. C. WILDER Treasurer
G. P. WILDER Secictary
88 3t G. I WILDER, Sec'y.
AT A MEETING OP THE RTOCK
boldcrs of tho Hawaiian Riilroad
Cei,, held at their oflice November i'Olh,
1680, the following e.fflcers were elected
for the cnuiing year:
,8. G.WILDEH President
W. C. WILDER Treasurer
O. L. WIGHT Secretary
88 3t O. L. WIGHT, Scc'v.
And a choice assortment ot
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Jufet lecelvcd x " Ztnlnulla," at
J. T, Waterhouse's
Having teemed the Scrvice3tof
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wejare prepared to execute all
House or Sig"ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
LEADS THEM ALL I
Your wives and children will rcjolco,
Having found tho Samplor Cigar your choico.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
21 First Street, S. F, 89
For sale Everywhere.
JOHN II. SOPER loquests that nil.
onlers for iho CIiriHtmiviH lIc
torinl pnpci'N bj scut in before the
departure of the next mail for the Const
to avoid disappointment. 73
I HEREBY give notice that from
anel after this date, I will not
bo responsible for any debts con
tracted without the written ordor of
myself or wife,
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188C. 28 8m
KEEP YOUR HORSES HEALTHY
and avoid excessive swe-ating by
having them clipped with the Patent
Lightning Horse .Clipping Machine.
Hoists culled for nnd returned freo of
eharce. Ring up Teleplifne No. 32.
Or apply to MILES & HAVLEY,
GQ lm Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
NEWLY BUILT, COMFORTA
blu House of f! rooms, with modern
improvements atiet gonel ynrel. JPurniMi.
cd or unfurnished ; a fine location, und a
me st desirable place, A long term ten
ant desired. Apply to
Real Estate Agent and Collector, No.
42 Merchant Street. 82tf.
ROOMS TO LET.
I BURNISHED ROOMS TO LET AT
. Kewalo, by the day, weeK or month.
Apply on premises to
88 lm W. I. KAHALEMAUNA.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A T No. 8 EMMA STREET.
aire on the premises.
80 tf CAPT. B. WHITNEY.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNIBHED OR UNFURNISHED.
A Cottagj on Lunalilo and Plikoi
Streets, furnished complete for House,
keeping. Use of horse and carriage;
largo garden. Apply to
CHAS. J. FI8HEL,
43 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel 8ts
THOSE VERY DESJRA
ble piemifcs No. IDSNuuanu
Avenue. Dwelling contains
8 looms; airy basement under nil; kitch
en, paniry, bathroom and servant's room
.'itlaclicd, cnir1 ,go house, stable, fowl
house; nil conveniently arranged; quiet
healthful lecation; neat grounds, fruit
trees. Ten minutes' walk from Post
Oflice. Enquire) adjoining premises of
72 tf J. H. WOOD.
ONE 4-YEAR-OLD MARE, broken
to harness and saddle.
One Open Side Hnr Buggy.
One Honolulu inude Brake.
Oue Single Strop Harnoss.
For particulars enquire ft
82 lOt PANTHEON STABLES.
Will be open every afternoon and even,
ing us follows:
Monday, Tuegdny, Wednesday and
Tolie public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen nnd children.
Lesson h in Fancy Skating.
Friday and (Saturday
WILLTAMWAL' -' acer.
Haw'nCamnKoManf'gCo., eft 00 100
a. uritaii ess fcou,(ue.w
O. Browcr & Co.. 1 II
Woodlawn Dairy, HO
Wailuku Sugar Co., 07
Star Mill, 0
Reciprocity Sugar Co., 80
Ice Company, 87
Inter-Island S, N. Co., 10)s
L. A. TnURSTON, Stock Bi okei
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
Saturday, Monday & Tuesday
November 6th, 8th & 9th.
The Leading- JMCillinevy Housei
MANUFACTUBINQ ' JEWELER.
No. CO Nuuanu fctrcct.
CHAS. HUSTACE, (OCR,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has received per "Claus Spreckels,'' "Discovery," and "Alameda," a choice as
sortment of new goods consisting in part of
Frc,-li Apples, Cape Cod Cranberries, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
dine, 1, 3 Hnd 81b tins; Maplo Syrup, Star Drips, Eureka Drips, Boned Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch 'longue, Ham, Bacon, Salmon in Kits nnd Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Lard, Codfish, Table Raisins, Currants, Dates, Nuis, Duret's Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, Shrimps, Soused Maokerel, Oysters, Assorted Extiacts, Choco
late, Prunes, Baking Powder, Tea, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onions, Saloon
Bread, Crackers add Calces, Sweet and Sour Pickle, Choice French Peas, Brooms,
Cattilu Soap, Toilet Soap, Kerosine Oil, Bran aud Outs and a general assortment of
flrst-chus goods. . 4
Leave your Orders, or Hingjup 119. T4tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 ITort Htroet,
Have just received ex British bari " Iron Crag," a lino assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Crsc& lllackwcll'- Gooel-i, consisting of, Mixed Pickles, Plokled Onions, Jains,,
jellies, Ancaovy raste,, rate a eitauie, uicaier .rasie, i'oiteu jieei, roueu
tongue, rolled Hum ana (Jluckeu,
Tongues, tins collared Ox Tongues, '.
Canand's Truffled Palo Parta-idc-M.
cocks, do Plover: 111b tins Carrowav
room Catsup, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence Anchovies, Bengal Chutney
Tomato Conserve, Bottles French Trunks, French Olives, Spanish Olives.
Parmaion Cheese, Jordan Almonds. Phillipe & Oanand'a Truffled Pate do fat
Gras.Tins whole Roast Partridge, do Giouse, do Pheasnts, Tin Brussels Sprouts,
Tin Sage and Onions, Preserved Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, lib tin
Crosbo & Illackwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beer Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged .Hare,
1 lb tin Minco Meat, J.lb tin English Arrowroot, 1.11b tin Fillets of Boles, Lib
tin Prawns, Real Yarmouth Bloaters, Lib tin Fresh Cod Rocs, 1.1b tin English
Bpiced Beef, 24b Bottle French Plump, V.lb tin Champignon', 2 oz Bottle
Caput Capers, 4 oz do, J-lb Bottles India Cuny Powder, 4 oz do. Philllre
Canand's Petit Pals, 1.1b tin Crosse & Blackwell's Oxiuil Soup, do Mock Tut
tie Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Broth, 1.1b tin Mulllgntnwny Soup, do
Grouse Soup, do Giblct Soup, do Hot Potch Soup, do Veeetablo Soup, do
Cocklo Lekie Soup, do Greeu hens Soup do Mutton Broth.do Soup nnd Bouilli
do Roast Fowl, do Carrotb, do Parsnips, do Turnips, do Onions, J-lb tin Black
LciccBtcridilre Mushrooms, Mb tin Fresh Tripe, do Irish Stew, do Alamode
Beef, do Boiled Mutton, do Harricot Mutton, do Stewed Kidueys, do CalfBhead,
do Calfshead und Hum, do Roast Mutton, do Roast Veal, lib tins Boiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripe.
J. T. Morton's Goods.' artoonB Muscatels, Ji-Cartoons Muscatels, Quarts Mont,
serrat Lime Juice, i.Piut Worcestershire Sauce, Pints do do, i tins Cocea
nnd Milk, elo Moore's Chocolate and Milk, Tlus Smith'? Coflce und Milk, do
Cocoa anil Milk, Small Bottles Smith's Essenco Coffee, Tins Patent Grpats,
4 II- il. f1-..-l a T 1 m t w v-v a . " fill. Xrtl Unnl All
no una Dyminginn x-ca riour, j-uns van Houston a uoron, s-iu yun cwiuu.
Oatmeal, Mdb papers Epp's Homeopathic Cocon, 7-lb tins Epn's Vanilla. Choc,
olate. 1Mb naekuces: 1.0 lb tins Crx.ontlnn. SIC do do. Oaklev's Knife Polish,
1 lb tins Pearl Sago, do Ground Rice,
sages, small 'tins uxioru bausages,
hi uotiics, ao in J ins, urieu inyme,
J tins Pigeon Pie, Cuyenue Pepper, U
Edam Cheese, Bottle3 Duy & Martin's
eio, ;4-un roueu num nnu Tongue, i-tin l'otteu TurKcy nnu Monguu, "
Buret's French Balad Oil, Jf pints do. Crose fc Blackwell's Salad Oil, ond
much moro too numerous to mention, all of which wo offer for sule at reason
able figures. Fresh Ice House Goods by Every Steamer,
H. E. MclNTYRE & BROT,
IMFORTERB AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from tho Eastern States and Eurepo
Fresh California Produce by every Steamer. All ordors faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders toll,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Tost Office Box 146. Telephone No. 02. 108 ly
Store for Rout, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT e'csirable Store now occupied
by t jo LADIES' BAZAAR, 88'Fort
street, and oil the (Fixtures, Glass Cases,
&c, "or sale. For further particulars,
enquire on the Premises. 410
P. O. Box 297.
Seeds. Bottles Mayonnaise Sauce, Mush
do Flake Tapioca, elo
Large tins do, C
olemnu English Mustard
Savorv. Dried Marjoram,
pints Superior Table Vinegur, Laning'a
T.lquid Shoo Blacking, Tins do Fasto
Potted tiame, Uevlllea Ham, tins oneep
Large tin Bologna Sau-agcs. Philippe
iln Ounil. do Larks, elo Shines, do Wood.
HZ? - ',. S.3..
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