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SATURDAY, AUG. 21, 1889.
, , AnRIVALS.
Stmr lAkellkn from Maul
Slnif Mokolll from Motokui
Sclu T.uka from Kohsilft
.Stmt' W ulmamilo from Wnlnnae
llnw brig Geo 11 Douglass, ltii dnvs
It 51 S Zenlaudla from tho Colonics
Sclir Kawullani from Koolnu
YESSELS LEAVING MOHDAY.
Stmr J A Cummlu tor, Koolau ut 9 a tn
Stmr Jns-Make for KnpAii nt 4 p m
Stiiir Wulmaualo for Wulanae and Wul-
'-'.-, nluu at 9 a tu
SttnrVivn for Maul
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl at B p m
Stmr Llkellko for .Maul nt&p m
LOCAL & CEHESiU HEWS.
Trin Zonl.inillii is entering Uic hnr
"borlas llila paper goo to prose.
TriK Australia sails Filduy, August
30th, at noon, for San FrhnciBco.
Tin; motnbers of Engine Co. No.
2 wore drilling nrar Kniuin KqtJHro
ill ! wm.,0 n "
Catt. Ilobron waa nt quite so
well when tlio Auxtrulin left San
Mn. William 1. Jones does not
lcavo for the States until August 30th
on the Australia.
Tukru will be union service nt
Kauinnkapili Chinch Sunday oven
lug at 7 :30 o'clock,
l'roui Maul, per Llkelikc, August 2t
J Nelhl" O Sullivan ami 2 children,
II Wiggings. It l'erry, Itev 0 Nawnhini-,
Chum; bee, A T lluitwcll, I) F Tlinun,
W O Lackland. A Waii'ey, it W Mover,
Arof W T Brlguum and 4i deck.
The Likellke brought August 24th 80
head of cattle, 158 hogs, 52 sks corn, CI
hides, 82 pkgs sundries.
The Hawaiian brig Geo A Douglass,
Cant. Jacobsou, ai rived this morning
ICi days from Han Francisco, with mer
chandise valued at S14.5IS, lucliidlug
IliO bbls Hour, 2,448 lbs lard, 2,271 lbs
bread, 50 esks and SO bbls beer, 10 bbls
salmon, 5,08-1 ft lumber, 1,1S0 sks bran,
658 ctls barley, 160 bbls lime, etc.
The Hawaiian steamer Costa Men,
while I cm lug the wharf at San Fran
cisco to go to sea about U p in, Aug Ctb,
collided with the bark U I) Hryant,
which arrived Aug (ith, loaded "with
Htigar, rice, etc, from Honolulu. The
steamer struck the baik on her port
quarter, cutting away six planks and
water plank, also carried away topmast
aid part of rigging. The steamer was
uninjured and proceeded to sei bound
The Haw bark Andrew Welch left
Sau Francisco Aug 3d for Sydney.
McKEAN At Wlldwood Cottagc.South
Ortlng, W. T.,July 22d, to the wife
of E. U. McKcau, formerly of
Sprcckelnvlllo, Maui, a sou.
TINKER In Honolulu, Aiignst24th, to
the wife of Jos. Tinker, a daughter
WEIGHT At San Diego, 'July 31st.
Benjamin J. Weight formerly .of
Honolulu, aged 33 years 4 mouths.
Mrs. Wm. Foster, wife of the Po
lice Justice, who hits been iiuitu seri
ously ill, is now convalescent we' arc
glad to learn.
This desirable residence of Mr.
Chas. Wall will be sold at auction at
noon on Monday by Mr. J. F. Moi-
gan nt liis salesroom.
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Mr. E. H. Woodworth, formerly of
this city, has our thanks for copiea
of the Southern California Informant
publibhed at San Diego.
Mr. A. J. Cartwright will act un
der full power or attorney for Mr.
Geo. C. Hockley during the hitter's
absence fiom the country.
Two Chinamen were both fined
$G0 with G hours' impiisonnicnt, for
having opium unlawfully in posses
sion, in the Police Court this morn
Hon". Sam. Parker has returned to
Ran Franciscb from Now York, after
seeing his family oft" on their trip to
Europe, lie will be here on the next
The Itev. Dr. Ueckwith will preach
at the Central Union Church Sunday.
Subject of morning discourse, "God
teaching righteousness;" ouming,
"The providential meaning of the
Tun brig Geo. II. Douglass brought
two more cars for the Hawaiian
Tramways Company this morning.
A 5on as they were landed on the
wharf a Custom Hous-c officer com
menced to examino them to see if
thcie was any opium on board.
171 NE White, Black, Ui own and Green
. Milan, extra good -quality Spar
Sailor Hats, Polka Dotled Hibbnns,
New Ginghams, Men's Fine Straw Hats.
Embroidery Laces, jutt received at
Fishel's Leading Millinery limine and
will be opened up for display in a few
fiuys. 33 1 St
rrHE Pantheon Saloon has rcceivid
A by the "Australia" another large
invoice of National Lager, and don't
you forj:tt it. 333 3t
MR. DODD has just received ex
"Umatilla" another lot of that
"PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER"
in kegs, which he 1b offering to his
customers. 333 lw
The King has conferred upon
Messrs. Georges Berger.Millas and Al
fred Houle tlio decoration of Knight
Commander of . the" Royal Order of
Ciown of Hawaii, and upon Messrs.
II. Souillette, S. A. Balme, Henri do
Varigny ami A. Sagriffa tho decora
tion of Knight Companion of the
.Royal Order of the Star of Oceania.
These gentlemen are all connected
with the Paris Exposition.
RY McCarthy's Oidtr.
MOTT'S Cider at McCarthy's.
M. Thompson, author of the Digest
of the Laws of the District of Columbia,
and author of Treatises on, Divorce and
Equity, nUo author of a Digest of Ha
waiian Supreme Court Decisions (in
preparation), and Counselor olllec,
corner Fort and Merchant streets, Ho
nolulu, II. I. having discontinued prac
tice in Court will give his views ami
opinions in writing, together with writ
ten (statements of law and judicial de
cision), applicable to questions of law
and facts submitted to him: and will
prepare legal documents. 2td Itw
H. B. M. S. Swift-sure, ilagship on
the Pacific, has broken her low
pressure cylinder and is disabled.
She can steam but ive knots an
hour. Tho cylinder is cracked the
same as the Triumph's was three
years ago. Admiral Heneage ban
wired from Victoria, B. C, to Eng
land for the man-of-war Narcissus
to take her place on the station. It
will be six months beforo sho can be
put in order, as a new cylinder will
have to be sent from England. It
will weigh about twenty-six tons.
ALEXANDER J. Cartwright, Esq,
is authorized to act tor me under
full power of attorney during my ab.
aunce from tho Kliiirdom
GEORGE O. UECKLEY.
Honolulu, Aug. 21 lBO 3.14 lw
I BALED Proposals will bo received
unto 12 o'clock noon, entember
2nd, ut tho olllcu of the Company nn
oi) Meichant utrect, tlili oily, for the
erection of a Termiiiiil Depnt for the
Oaliu Railway & Land Co I'lnns and
specifications may 1m seen, and nil no.
cettusry Information o'ltaln.vl at said
otlloe. The right to reject reserved.
NEW YORK LINE I
AUCTION SALES OH MOHDAY.
BT J. V. MOUOAN.
At 12 o'clock noon at salesroom,
the desirable residence of Chas.
Wall, situate on Lililm street. The
house is in good repair, and the lot
is 130 by 200 feet. Water is laid
on throughout. At the. same hour
several mortgagee's sales will be
I1T I.. .1. I.KVKV.
At 12 o'clock noon at salesroom,
eight cases clocks and twenty-live
cases charcoal irons.
A Wr'ucioino Hfim- Whlrhi iMil Tint
IH.olnrbuu Old Mn llimtt'i'.
Charles K. Slsmc, n wealthy Eng
lishman who has been traveling
lliroughoul'thc world almost contin
uously forjycnra, enjoys the singu
lar protniuenco of being the only
man who Mulshed his breakfast, at
the Depot Hotel. He is a lion
hunter of India, nnd sat at the sumo
table with Justice Field, nnd di
rectly opposite him. He had just
got comfortably to work on a b'ig
meal when Judge Torry delivered
Then he saw the glentn of Mar
shal Neagle's revolver ami (he two
shots, and Terry fall. Ho saw the
blood ooze from his wounds into
great pools on the tloor, almost nt
his side, nnd all the awfulness of
the after-tragedy when Mrs. Terry
flung- herself on her husband's
breast and with sobs lamented Jus
death. StlM Mr. Sisme titc'awny.
lie finished a very comfortable le-p-ist,
all the lime the excited throng
Hying hither and thither, and at last
walked out like all the rest, without
paying his bill. The passengers
voted him the coolest man that ever
struck the country, and he was the
subject of much icmark. To a
crowd last evening at the Occidental,
he said :
"At the first report and Hash
Judce Terry staggered, and when
the second shot came he reeled and
fell. He never spoke a word after
it, and it did look rather forbidding,
with the body lying there, to tinish
ray breakfast, but 1 was hungry.and
1 determined to stay till X was done.
It wns a very wild scene, with the
cries of Mrs. Terry and the extreme
coolness of Justice Field. Mrs.
Terry shouted time and again for all
who we're Masons to come and
avenge her wiongs, she being, as
she said, the daughter of a Mason."
Perhaps nobody in the eating
house so clearly witnessed the trag
edy as Mr. Sisme, yet to all the re
porters who thronged about he in
sisted that he did not see any part
of it. He is afi aid that he will be
called as a witness in the case.
San Francisco Examiner.
Mr. Sisme managed to avoid a
subpoena in California and is now
doing these islands.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
The work done by the S.S. Austra
lia on her trip to Honolulu and return
is an excellent showing for the boil
ers and engines made in this city by
the Risdon Iron Works, and indi
cates that there is no need to go
outside this eitv to cet such work
done. On the trip down favorable
weather was experienced. Under
easy steaming the distance was ac
complished in G days 2!5 hours and
45 minutes. On the fourth day out
the Aiibtralia made 032 knots in 23
hours 40 minutes, or a mean spcud
of 14 knots an hour on a consump
tion of 37 tons of coal. There were
only two fair days on the return
trip, the rest being rough with
strong northerly winds, notwith
standing which the steamer made
the distance in 7 days 2 hours, on a
daily average consumption of 41
tons" of coal. Against a strong
head wind she made three hundred
and seven miles in one day. In
ptevtous voyaaes with her old en
gines' "' and 7.r , pounds of steam
the average speen of the Australia
was iw'elve knots with a consump
tion of 53 tons a day. .It Ts claimed
the new triple expansion engines
give u clear saving of 23 percent iu
coal, with an increase of two knots
an hour. There was not a hitch in
the whole voyage. S. F. Alia,
qtiiric. covnng a' ureal, variety ' f
ailment-. uV tu"unei- h.ne nva.
niiswun-d. !l um UMti-i." ur 'l'hn, jj jjgtjj
p(.rlcet! well. v imt i nave ,ci-
(loin or never pcmI beforo iu the
ease of any medicine is that people j
tell each oilier of its virtues, and
IhoMi who .luivo lifcii cured say to i
tho suffering: "Wo uud get Mother '
Sclgcl's Curative Syrup, It will j
make you well." Out of tho liuu- J
dreds of cures 1 will name one or
two that happen to uotne into my
Two old gentlemen, whose iiiiuius
they would not like me to give you,
had been martyrs to lndl'i'slicin
and Dyspepsia for many years.
They had tried all kinds of medi
cine without relief. One of them
was so bad he could not bear a
glass of ale. Roth weie aihised to
use the Syrup and both lecovcicd,
and were as hale and hearty as men
in the prime of life.
A remarkable case is Hint of a
house painter named Jeffries, who
lived at Pcnshurst, in Kent. His
business obliged him to expose him
self a great deal to wind and weath
er, and he was seized with rheuma
tism, and his joints soon dwelled up
with, dropsy, and wcru very stiff
and painful. Nothing that the doc
tors could do seemed to reach the
seat of the trouble. It so cripplod
him that he could do hardly any
wotk, and for the whole of the win
ter of 1878 and '7!), he had to give
up and take to ins ucil. lie had
been nllheted iu this sorry way for
three years, and was getting worn
out and discouraged. Besides, he
had spent over Jti.'l for what he
called "doctor's stuff without the
least benefit. In the Spring he
heard of what Mother Scigel's Cura
tive Syrup has done for others and
bought a 2s. G'd. bottle of me. Iu
a few days he sent me word he was
much better before he had finished
the bottle. He then sent to me for
a 4s. Gd. bottle, and as I was going
that way I carried it down to him
myself. On getting to his house
what was my astonishment and sur.
prise to find him out in the garden
weeding au onion bed. I could
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Or THE UNITED STATES.
KS IT STANDS
'.'K 'I SiSTlZXI
During tho Ycnr lOBBj' AA
0153,933.535 00. If
Funds on Hand
-Sec 31; 1083; .for..; J :.':.,
Mew York Goes Equitable by a Large Majority.
No better example of the estimation in which this great Company i held, can be given, than by a uorii
pnrativo statement of the bu-incss d mo by itself .1:1 1 iL-t chief competitors hi their common hdine, tlte eityoT
New York. In New York a man can gel his information direct from the Home Olllee of the largest companies,
and him more uccuratu opportunities of ju 'ging lln-ir respective merits than anywhere ohe. A- u result iu the
City Of NOW York during the y-ar 18V? the Equl'fiblO wiot a buyer amount of new bu-dness than win
wiiu.cn by its Two Largest Compc-thors Combined.. In the State of WW Yofk-ihe Kquita'bte '
wrote 81,808,431 more lii'iuiance than thc'ngreg.ite nf it- Two Largest Competitors Takna Tugotker.
It did the Largest Business in the United ittilcs, "3 well as in the WoriU at n lime when alI'Companie
were straining every nerve to pass it.
The reason why this universal ve-.'dict gie-s with tlio JT.riuitiblc w on account of tho Popularity of its
Plans and tha Promptness and Fairness c f its Business Methods As the Pioneer in reioimsiw v
Policies have boen and are being extensively imitated by others, a most gi-aeefol tribute to th,ir merit.
The primary o'ljeet of Life Insurance i-i to provid" n-.idy money against death. No Comoum' can sppnwli
the Equitable record for promptness in this legaid. Tim Now Policy of tha Equitablo just-ont is
uuu a uamt tirim.; si simple promise iu i:ij ami is wiluoui cnmiiiious on us Ii.ick.
BSFFor full particulars call on-
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
(ieneral Acent ICquitabla Iife Assurance Society for the Hawaiian lslan Is.
330 I m
tT"T T-eL' 'Vtm
sc3?just ARRivEu-sa plsl
hardly believe inr own eyes, and
said: ' ,
"Yoa ought not to be out here,
mnn, it ma' bo the death of you,
alter being .laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was: ('There is no
danger. The weather is line, .and
Mother Seigcl's Curative Syrup has
done for me in a fc,w days what the
doctors could not do in three years.
1 think I shall get welj'now."
Ho kept on with the Syrup, and
in three weeks he was at work again
aud has had no return of the trou
ble for now nearly- t,en years. Anj'
medicine that can do this should be
known all over tho world.
(Signed) Uurr.r.T (Jraham,
Of Graham & Son.
Ilolloway House, Sunbttry,
June 25th, 1887.
The above wonderful cure of
Rheumatism was the result of the
remarkable power of Mother Seigcl's
Curative Syrup to cleanse the blood
of the poisonous humouis that arie
from Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
Mother Seigcl's Curative Syrup
is for sale by all chemists and me
dicine vendors, and by the proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited. 35,
Furringdon Iioad, London, Eug.
MADlv KXI'ttKSSLY KOll THIS CLIMATE.
J. & C FISCHER PSA&OS !
-130UD01K UTIUGHTS i CAUINT.T ITUUiHTS.
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the Way.
KOIl SALE AT MANUFAl'TntKlfS PRICK.- UY
Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGiSR & Co..
3-25 lm ' King and Ilethel Street.
MEET I N Cm : OTI CE.
QL'AUTKItL n.-. Mnci.f theRnin!
V. nrTrul(M i.f llif H ii-t-nN Uok.
pital will lie held m, SATl.'HDAY, 'he
Tib Jn'i'timilier, 1B-U mi III o'clock a. u .
i ut the Itooms uf the t'liimt'er of Com.
mono Buglnefi of ltnj)oriHtn:eAmtn(l
meat of the ll.l.'ivvs. l' r rler. ,.,
v. a. schakfek;
ks FISCHKli PIANOS
Renowned for Tone and Burability !
80,000 In UseJ ul'A,kS!'""" Established 1840
NBW WPcnr & While Parlor '
'r un with oisjlu suitm. Suitnblc-
for school or clim'cii A line lniru
ini'iit. Applv at .17 "l'liafUViurVirefTT'
oppiwlte N J. Mbf-ioii InsiUuto. 273 tf
Hov. . C. Mcrritt addressed the
weekly meeting of tho Congrega
tional Club !u S-iii Francisco. He
gavo his estimato of the insurrec
tion, believing thut event, would ho
bcnellcinl in its results. The an
nexation party ho declined to he in
a minority. Ho described tho ro.
liginus ami educational affairs ef tiu
kingdom, and tad the Protestants
having a native ministry did not
need to seiid u while missionary to
ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS:
The Thoroughbred Stallion
AH INTERESTING LETTER
I " 1 1
A 1101. f. (il.OS,
Ami Many O'iiikkr.
Claka Louisj: ICkm-oqu,
S&- 31UJSIC JtKlAItrI'3S ICNT -a
HAWAIIAN KEWS CO.,
."'ole Agenth for the Hawaiian Iblniul.i.
gjF Call, or iviitc for Cataloging. i!21 lm
ALL r-c'JOM :irc h-"-!iv s'r'C'lv for.
Iiiilrti-ii from li-liin or other wife
trespassing on tli- en li.,heiy of liitn.
wni, oil Diamond Me-i I.
II. V. llKUTELMAN'N'. ,
Ilonnlulu, Aug. 15, lssi). i lw
ALL hills due to me uot piiil by tlio
2th of this month will be placed
in the hands of a co'lTtor
"" .10-!. T1UUASIL
Honolulu, Auif. in. lbS'J. Ml til"
OFFICE TO JLET
A If A Yeasel will bfl ijoipittoheil for
Honolmu to leave JXuw Ymk in
aii'lQvembtT For fmUicriPlrimnlort
apply tu the Agents,
ilnssita, W. l, PJNMSMA.V 1U?Q ,
77 & 7? )rpai Si-, flew Yuk Utiy.
32T lm iloii"iiihi. h, i.
T-TA, t1o best and cheitpest Ulnpfc
4-f. tti10 f'niHl, Html ami Soil for
Blip in any fiqnnll'r. Apply nt t iu Uys
olllee of W ilium (J. Add, Nu. (HI Mer
uliutti ktreet, Honolulu, . , m $
Mi mm Qf puad mWV 'tilrtii all
hftt'iio'rua ut iTiib.f muturu bin'
HOW THEY STAND,
The following table lmw thu
standing of thu clubs of the iNion
u i,uguu mid Ainerlemi Aaaoiu
Hon i) to Aiiiit 17th.
llUitUII 11 !,
p ulrnig- t
i ! my wfiiiL ymr
si a 8n
ti ui ss
U W !W
87 5? CT
!!T AG UJ
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1 1 ii i
;uu u iv-.mil
AS this is Jubilee year it tentlB to
make one look back and think
of thu lllght of lime, and in this way
I am reminded that 1 mu one of thu
veterans In the itilu of your valua
ble and successful medicine, I
have sold it from tho vory Una, uud
have sent it into every country in
Kngliiud and many purls of Scot
laud, Well do 1 remember tho
lirst circular you sont ant some nine
or tcp yeuis iiyo, You had comu to
Kngliuul from Anicijca lo Introduce
Mother Selgul's CurftUvu Syri(
uud 1 was struck by a )urgruih In
ivliloh you used tliesu words I -'Jeiig
u stranger iu ft Htnigu iml
I do not wisli thu peojilu to teul thut
I want to take the oat mlvuuliige
over tlioui, feel tlittV 1 Imvw it
remedy tliat Will euro illaetwi. ami
1 have so much eoulhleuuu In it tlu
4 mulitiriHu my Renif to rcfmul tlie
inonuy If it'oilu bhotiltl say tlint
lliey IntvP not lieiuMllteil liy U iuc"
i fell t nnwi tliwr yon wnuhl nover
sy Unit nulesis ilia medleiutt liuil
murlii niitl I ttiiplii'i) for w wwy,
a U'i wliloli nnv l(H'l liml upon
Willi I'i'Ulo iil alWfnPiioin
jiyer iueo UlBl time i llttYO foiiiul
it liy far 9 mi ipmoilv fur liull
gflUun ami l)yun.in J (iuyh w
wlllb uud I luivp hold llimifuntU uf
hftUli8. 11 Ims nwver (mlfil in any
hush wIkhp Hutu vnq ttiiy QfUii'
(allm.iug Miiiiioinni--NiirYwsi or
llyk lnauuum wunww wJ tiiy 4i
waplii lUiim uf ili futui umit i'i
jIJ U wm I'l fulllVW ?U(1 liuuvi
)H' llUilH' lull) I'leulll, llllH'
gml wwwm un Uic yMiii uml tt'Uli.
WUMllWtlWlb UlUl ycjluttUUM ( tiu
Bi'w ttiul mb ilitll m fcNiy my
wm wm ui .w vri wm
u'Ui m ui mm if . uiu m vuiu i
liiiuruvur tituru urv kiuun uiui lui'
Will stiiul at Bcnlco ut
$00 ai $75 Insurance
IIkcouu 3;SS)s, HnurMnunio, Hept. jo,
I'lmianuKt iiu wis lml by
Oifliin'n I'lilolidii, mi by (Jen. M. l'V
(ihun.Jr.i Mrlii'ilm by Kiniirmut. ho
by Hilly MeUMcliini Hilly Mcdrsuki'M
liy AicurauKVlt't MWK IUOVK, 1U7,(HI
HrBM ii'itir Himify, tiuu in tnn
UMiruuui. Sslllli) MtilJrui'Ucu'i
llwk,7U7, 1'V Vi'unmii wn iliiwh. -1,
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by iiiiui' H'Ui'U 1 tttwVc- 'liiw d'HU of
(Jilliiii1. l'.iluhuii by tl'whi.rlilBullif,
lm hi VuriniMii llhul. llnwk.A.
It- T rvnll uf Snu r'iii-'Ui'o. till1
futiiui pjvnpr uf M'tnn, yuhuIi, (ii
pul uf ililuyU ni'tu't Hivwl lii' Itau
liatw ilnrliiis lu lei inoi In .
tofPlili ib'uiv Uv uvid with hml
Hw kM jnip I
uiU'ume m( Kyw
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& Co.'i store.
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yUUN'lSHED HooniMO let.
X Douiliwroi u.irnt.r of
I'linclibowt Mnl .' Hen t'-inin
utrculi!, would be very cuuvtui'a-ni l.ra
umnll turn II v. i!ii0ui
O CtHTAGBS AB.I rr.-nilie
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J. M. SIONSAURAT,
Carlwilt,li Uloi'li, .Muiciinut jt.
FOIt SALK or J.UASK
Tliei 9 ai'9 iio Sonros in thi Vivo to JJQftlt
I YllL-K iml rrcinhe V
1 I I'viliM, llonoliibi Minim
Ejc2''ia couiiiiiM tlii'u liirue uud ti
3innll nnms ami lit I .mil h I.uku
CiUUt-'tt with thri'H r tni- en liiu .hv
inlstnj' en ik an I bn Ii Iu t Viuhhv
with three ft i'I HMl txtfrifige lirj;'
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