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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1893.
OSS Alameda, Morso, 0 days and 1 1 hours
from Snn Francisco
FmiiAY, Sept. 29.
It M B 8 Alameda, Moro, for tho Colonies
nt 4 p m
Haw 4-tnnsted sclir Americana, Foster, for
St Nnznlrc, Franco
Stmr Mikahala for Lahalna,Maalaea,K.ona,
Kau and Volcano at 10 a m
Stmr James Mnkco for Kupaa
From San Francisco, per S S Alnmeda,
Bopt 29-Kov H Dlnghum, Mrs H Bing
ham, F S Bllnn and wlfo, J Oiisstdy, 0 11
Colcburn, Miss Oolbburn, Mls .lullctto
Cook, Mrs O F Cooko and 2 children, 0 M
Cooko, Miss Doyo, B Khrllch, i 0 Oeesto,
Miss 0 A Ullman, 11 Halstead and wlfo,
Paul Uentschcl, Otto Iscnborg, N Swahn,
Miss l'attcn, A Nv Van Valkenburg, Miss
Weaver, DrOB Wood and i steorago.
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Mika
hala, Soptia-Mrs W Lincoln, J S Kainal,
J G Macliado, Miss Maoy, T A Hard
castlo, J Jj Brown, A W Van Waikenbnrg
and about 25 deck.
LOO AXi AND OENERAIi NEWS.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Weather,
hazy; wiud, frosh northoast.
A list of ofllcors of tho Mutual
Tolophouo Co. nppoars olsowhoro.
Mr. C. M. Cooko roturnod from
tho States on tho S. S. Alamoda to
Sugar was 8 27-32c. for contrifu
gals 9G tost at Now York at latest
Nativo Fans and Island Curios in
great varioty at tho Elito Ieo Cream
Pursor Sutton of tho S. S. Alamo
da has tho thanks of tho Bulletin
for favors extended.
Tho Australia reported sighting
tho Philadelphia, so that tho Boston
is uxpociou at aau v rnucisco.
Mr. J. Cassidy, Superintendent of
Electric Light Works, roturnod from
tho Coast to-day. Ho looks well.
Argument in tho Bowon larceny
case was hoard in tho District Court
to-day. Judge Robortsou will givo
his decision to-morrow.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE COMPANY
Tho steamer Mikahala loft this morning
for Maui and Hawaii.
me K. M. B. K. Alameda, Mon-o com
' mandor, arrived at (I o'clock this morning,
G days 14 hours and 30 minutes from San
Francisco. She brought 21 cabin and 27
stccrago passcngors for Honolulu, and
about 31 cabin and 45 steorago passengers
in transit. Tho following is tho memo, of
her vojngo: Discharged San Francisco
Sllot Sopt. 22nd, at U p. in. Stopicd for
lonolutu pilot Sept. Kith, at 0 a. in. Had
fino weather throughout the passage. Sho
will sail again at 4 p. m.
ANOTHER FAKE SPOILED.
Queen Kapiolani Denounces a Lie
About Hor Sentiments.
Builders and plantation agents at
tontionl Lowis J. Lovoy' will auc
tion oft" a quantity of Portland
cement on Monday, Oct. 2d.
Only two steerage passengers wero
booked to leave by the Alameda for
tho Colonies at the Oceanic Steam
ship Co.'s office this afternoon.
Mr. C. V. Sturdovant, who recently
roturned to Honolulu aftor a' pro
longed visit to tho States, has joined
tho Bulletin staff as collector.
For a Glo of Japanese papers re
ceived on tho arrival of the S. S.
Aikoku Maru, tho Bulletin is in
debted to Captain Edwards, sailing
master of that steamship.
Tho Sailors' Homo Socioty met
this morning in tho Chamber of
Commorco room to consider wavs
and moans of raising sufficient funds
to complete tho new building.
Nothing of public interest was transacted.
The following appeared in tho
San Francisco Chronicle of Sopt. 22d.
" It is stated that tho Queen Dow
ager Kapiolani of Hawaii has come
out. squarely in favor of annexation,
and that sho sayaif the Royalists
pushed thoir opposition much fur
ther she will advise the natives in
tho public prints. No doubt sho
would exercise considerable influence
if tho annexation proposition wore
put to popular vote in the islands.
-It is presumable that tho natives
are amenable to reason, therefore if
any. one in whom thoy have confi
dence should placed before them tho
advantages of being incorporated in
the American Union they would
probably cast their ballots in favor
of the project which would moan
prosperity to them."
This is an editorial comment on
" news" furnished bv one of the vor
acious Honolulu correspondents.
A Bulletin representative called
on the Queen Dowagor this morn
ing, to ascertain whero there was
any truth in tho above. Kapiolani
was found in her cozy little home at
Waikiki sitting in her customary
seat on the rear veranda. She was
much surprised when the clipping
was interpreted to her,but refused at
first to say anything to a newspaper
man, until hor nephew, Prince David
Kawanauakoa returned from Kauai
on Sunday morning. Aftor a while,
however, tho Queou Dowager could
not keep her pent up feelings any
longer, and stated that she has not
" come out squarely in favor of an
nexation," in fact sue has not conio
out at all in favor of any political
proposition. She had never seen
any annexationists, nor spoken to
auyono of annexation, neither did
sho intend to "advise tho natives in
public print." Kapiolani could not
imagine how such a report could go
abroad, as she never interfered nor
said anything to favor either side.
"Perhaps," said tho Queen Dow
ager, "the report was startod through
' my refusal to sign the Aloha Aina
(love of country) roll. A committee
of ladies called on me sometime ago
and asked mo to sign the roll. I
told them that I would not sign any
roil, as i ciia not wish to mix up in
politics. I have retired into private
life, as you see, and if newspapers
use my name that's thoir look out.
Newspapers can say what they like."
The Queen Dowagor further stated
that sho was on very friendly terms
with Queen Liliuokalani, and mado
occasional calls on her at hor home.
In answer to a query as to her
health, said sho was onjoyiug good
health, although not fully recovered
from an attack of paralysis contract
ed sometime ago.
The representative speut a quiet
half hour with tho Queen Dowagor
conversing about oldon times, and
she much regretted tho troublous
timoa. Sho also asked if any nows
was received by the steamor in re
gard to tho country.
A sailboat belonging to one of tho
warships iu the harbor capsized be
low tho lighthouso this afternoon.
Tho occupants sat on tho bottom of
the boat until rescued by a steam
launch from the U. S. S. Philadel
phia. Tho Concordia band gave a con
cert last night at tho Portuguese
Mutual Benefit Society's hall on
Alauai street in honor of Don Car
los' birthday. Tho music was much
enjoyed by those present on the oc
casion. On inquiry of Sans Souci by tele
phone, it is loarnod that Mr. Robert
Louis Stevenson is not going away
by the Alameda. He is not very
well and his physician, Dr. Trous
seau, has advised, him to remain a
Herman Sparff and Hans Han
son, convicted in San Francisco of
the murder of second mate Fitzger
ald of tho bark Hospor, in January
last on the voyage from Newcastle.
N.S.W., to Honolulu, wore sentenced
Sept. 18 to be hung on Nov. 21.
Mr. E. C. Macfarlauo telegraphs
that the roport of tho accident on
tho Illinois Central, placing him
among tho wounded, was incorrect.
He left St. Louis an hour after tho
accident for San Francisco, and will
return homo by tho Australia next
The case of Gomes, charged with
gross cheat, in disposing of property
not nis own ana failing to refunu
tho monoy, occupied the attention
of the District Court to-day. Gomes
Is alleged to have sold a lot at the
comer of Victoria and Borotauia
streets to a Portuguese woman for
$150, and it is further alleged that
the laud did not belong to Gomes.
Annual Mooting of the Corporation
This morning at 10 o'clock tho
annual mooting of tho Mutual Tele
phone Company was hold in the
cornor room, ground floor; of tho
company's building at Morchant
and Alakoa streots. Mr. H. A.
Widomann, presidont was in tho
Thoro was a smaller attendance
of sharoholdors than at any former
annual mooting for yoars. Out of
7900 shares of tho stock, thoro wore
represented 5510 shares. Besides
tho Prosidont thoro wero present
Mr. V. O. Borger, socrotaryj Mr. W.
F. Allen, auditor Messrs. W. W.
Hall, F. A. Schaofor, H. Holmos,
Uavicl Dayton nntl Uocil lirown.
Secretary Borgor road tho annual
roport, which being audited was
adopted. It showed a good yoar's
business, notwithstanding tho hard
timos. Tho rentals of instruments
amounted to nearly $20,000, and a
dividend of six and a half percent
had been paid.
Mr. Allen stated that Mr. Aungst,
superintendent of tho linos, had
gathored valuable information whilo
in mo unuoa oiaios regarding im
proved moans of running conductors,
so as to avoid electric light wires in
duction, until circumstances or tho
laws of tho land may roquiro tho
laying of tho wires under ground.
Mr. Allen thought that in view of
tho superintendent's sorvices, on
which ho was prepared to make a
special roport, his exponses amount
ing to $2-13.75 should bo paid by the
company. Ho mado a motion ac
cordingly, tho monoy to bo paid after
receiving the report.
The secretary quoted a decision
of the directors, when Mr. Aungst
was loaviug, to grant him leave of
absence but not his expenses, owing
to tho short time he had been em
ployed. There being a gonoral agreement
that his work for tho company while
away should be recognized, the mo
Mr. Borgor asked Mr. Hall if the
wires of tho Hawaiian Electric Com
pany wero not to bo insulated.
Mr. Hall answered thoy were not,
but tho voltage was so low that
theio would bo no danger from
Mr. Berger said if they fell on tho
telephone wires thoy would play tho
mischief with their service all the
The election of officers resulted in
the choice by acclamation of the re
tiring board as follows: Hon. H. A.
Widomann, president; Hon. C. R.
Bishop, vice-president; Hon. C. O.
Berger, secretary and- treasurer;
Hon. W. F. Allen, auditor, and the
first three named, with Messrs. W.
G. Irwin, F. A. Schaer, S. C. Allen
and Cecil Brown, directors.
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned. It was the
tamest meeting of the company held
for years. There was not a word
about tho old question of amalga
mation with the Bell Telephone
Company, nor any discussion of the
gonoral aifairs of tho corporation.
Mr. Borger, when spoken to about
the apparent lack of interest on the
part of stockholders, it was because
the company was out of debt and
a dividend-paying concern. Tn other
words ho might havo said that the
occupation of the kickers was gone.
And Catarrh In tho Head
TTtm iT-" -"-?
ilr. TV. Z. Tuclcor
"I feel that It Is Impossible for me to tay too
much In favor of Hood's Barsaparllla. I was
a treat lultoror from Impure blood and Catarrh
In my head. Job's comforUri failed to comfort
me, and I sudor od from numerous bolU
Agony Boyond Description.
When I began to taUo Hood's Snrsaparllla I had
Ix of them, only four of wldch came to a head,
and since then, thanks to this good medicine, I
havo been free from this great affliction. I
f lined 11 pounds In tlireo weeks. Tho Catarrh
n my head which lu troubled me for years has
alio oeen cured by Hood's Barsaparllla and I
Hood's s Cures
am enjoying good general health. I earnestly
recommend Hood's San iiurllla to all who are
afflicted." W. L. TucKr.it, l'.oaeburg, Oregon.
HOOD'8 PILL8 cure all Liver Ills, Bilious
ness, Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache.
HOBKON, NEWMAN it CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Island-).
Loads the Way!
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
For This Week Only !
Tanuiied, July 21, 189A
By Iiowis J. Lovey.
N. S. SACHS'
SSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
CEMENT Jtf AUCTION
ON MONDAY, OCT. 2d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sale
room, 219 Bbls. West Kent
500 Bbls. White Bros.
IN GOOD ORDER.
W. S. PALMKK, Emi., Engliioor of Dis
trict No. 1, Bo. PnclQc Co.
I find that the oil reauires much leu via-
incnt thun linseed Iu make a paint of the re
quisite coiering and spreading qualities. 100
lbs. of white load will tako no more than 4
to Ai gals, of linseed, whilo in my priming
coat, 1 got even hotter results w ith 0 to lo
gallons of Lucol, mid in my second coat
w ith 7 to 8 gallons of Luool to 100 lbs. of
load. This means n very material saving
(from one-third to one-half) in tho amount
of pigment necessary to cover a givon sur
face. In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "car paint" (Princes Metallic ground in
oil) where n roof of this size has always ro-
? aired 200 lbs. of car paint with linseed oil.
mixed my roof color with 18 gallons of
Lucol to tho ICO lbs. of pigment and got a
better body of color than I ever got with
less than ohe-hnlf that number of gallons
of linseed. I give you simply the facts but
I cannot understand or explain them.
The drying qualities of the new oil are
perfect. Tne primtug coat with wuite lead,
dried strong and hard inside of 24 hours.
The lirst coat for sand took the sand freely,
(irmly and in larger quantity than linseed
and drlod hard inside of 24 hours. The
second cout of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 21
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a lino smooth surface entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a lino lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have over gotten with two coals of linseed
on new wood. Tho car paint spread on tho
roof was mixed with raw Lncol and dried
perfectly in 24 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half tho usual amount of
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. The second coat of sand
tilled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more ovciuy than 1 havo ever
gotten on, to linseed.
Tho Lucol has effected a saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly one-third of tho.
amount usually required for a building of
With respect to the general appearance
of tho finished work, I must confess that I
never saw its equal m two coat work with
linseed, and if the oil wears os well at
Tancred as it has worn with the Master
Car Painter, Mr. Fitch, at Sacramento,
there can be no question about the SUPE
RIORITY of Lucol oier linsnd.eitn at the
tame price iter gallon, in ECONOMY, GOOD
LOOKS mid .ii DUUAML1TY.
Signed W. fl. MELLUS,
Foreman Puinter, Southern Pacillc Co.
Big Cut in Children's Dresses !
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS!
Children's "White Cambric Drosses for 90c.
Children's "White Cambric Dresses with Embroidery
Trimmings $1 10
Children's Fine White Cambric Drosses with Lace
and Embroidery Trimmings 00
Children's "White Cambric Dresses, Fancy Trim
mings, stylish make 2 35
Children's Colored Silk Cloaks J. 00
Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK 0NLY1
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
a if ii
WSKS1S4 HtP. Ktn Ktn
:i.XiiffSJi?-T-S' "v,l ""! ""
IN MEMORY OF MB. FISH.
ST. ANDREW'S ASSOCIATION.
Noma vs. DoHerblay -Discharge of
Judge Whiting bus mado un ordor
cm motion to dissolvo injunction of
Snrauol Norris vs. Emily do Horblay.
Ho declines to dissolvo tho injunc
tion at thoprosont timo, and rosorves
his docision on the motion until tho
hearing on tho demurrer.
The accounts of K. Podoyn, as
signee of tho bankrupt estate of Ah
Yet &, Co.. havo boon approved by
Judge Whiting, and tho assignee
ordbrod discharged on tiling receipts
for final dividend.
Last night the schoolroom of St.
Andrew's Cathedral was well filled
on tho occasion of the monthly con
cert and social of St. Andrew's
Church Association. In the absence
of Captain Mist, president, Mr. Geo.
Harris occupied ttio chair. Alter
reading of the minutes by Mr. Stan
loy, secretary, there being no other
business the following program was
Koading Mra. McLennan
Mrs. Howard, Mis Wodohouse and Mifi
Piano Solo Jlisa Jlolliu Atkinson
Duut ... .Mra. Howard and Miss von Holt
Song Mr. Hughes
ltuading Mrs. MoLeiinun
Song Miss Clara Gladu
Miss Atkinson, Mr. Hughes and
Miss Glado had to rospoud to en
cores. Tho trio and duot wero loud
ly applauded. Mrs. McLennan kindly
did double duty owing to tho ab
sence of another olooutiouist down
for a reading. Sho rondored two
humorous selections iu good style,
eliciting smiles during tho reading
and applauso mingled with laughter
at the close.
Rev. Alos. Mackintosh, who open
ed and closed tho proceedings with
prayer, addressed tho gathering in a
fow words, between tho concort and
tho social, asking tho company to
change places with one another so
as to enhance tho sociability. Ice
cream and sherbets, with a variety
of cake, wero thou torod on toto-a-teto
tables about tho room, and no
ground of complaint was caused for
any lack of sociability.
Afongs Allowed to Land.
Tho Sail FranciBco Chronicle of
the 22d has the following item:
Yesterday afternoon Collector
Wise received a telegram from tho
Treasury Department instructing
him that thoro was no legal bar to
the right of tho Afoug family, late
ly arrived from tho Sandwich isl
onds, to laud. Tho Collector was
satisfied thoy did not come within
tho provisions of lliu exclusion act,
but submitted tho mutter to tho do-purtmout.
Why the Consular Flag of tho United
States is Halfmasted.
Tho following circular was received
by U. S. Consul Severance by tho S.
S. Alameda this morning:
Depaktiient or State, )
Washington, Sopt. 7, 1893.J
To (he Diplomatic and Consular Offices
oj the United slates.
Gentlemen: It is my painful duty
to announce tho death of Hon. Ha
milton Fish, which occurred this
morniug at Garrison, in the State
of Now York. Besides tho Office
of Secretary of State, which be filled
with distinguished ability for eight
yearSj he occupied various other
positions of groat responsibility in
tho servico of the nation and his
Exalted patriotism and unswerv
ing integrity characterized his pub
lic career and endeared him to his
countrymen. As a tribute of respect
to his memorv vou will cause the
llag of tho Uuitod States to bo dis
played at half-mast above your res
pective offices for a period of ten
I am, gontlomen, your obedient
servant, W. G. Ghesiiam.
That is why tho Consular flag is
flying at hall-past. The death of
Mr. Fish was announced in the
Bulletin on tho arrival of a previous
A Rovival in Trade,
Owing to tho financial crisis which
has existed both in tho United States
and Australia, trade between these
countries has latoly boon rather do
prossod. It is pleasant to note there
fore, that there are indications of
tho worst being past and that a
hoalthy rovival in trade will shortly
tako place. On looking over tho
Alameda's manifest, a Bulletin re
porter noticed that sho carries a
cargo of about 1500 tons for Austra
lia, and on enquiry aboard it is
loarnod that close on 700 tons
freight for this port had to bo loft
bohind at San Francisco this trip as
sho was jammed full of cargo.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL, MINTING OF THB
Stockholders of the Oiovi.u Com
pany held on September 27, 18'iJ, at the
oilice of Wm. G. Irwin & Co., L'd. tho fol
lowing Ofllcera were re-elected to serve
during the ensuing year:
F. W. Macfarlane Vice-President
W. M. Gilford Treasurer
C. JJosse Secretary it Auditor
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
BOAI1D of directors:
W. G. Irwin,
F. V. Macfarlnnti and
THE FINE JAPANESE STEAMER
Will leave Honolulu for tho above Port
on or about
MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1893.
T M ftii .! flFi-Tv' Tr-- 5z
Kfinrnnm mits. wssb
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OH DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
DELL TELEPHONE 525,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
MUTUAL TELEPHONE (H5.
3VE. S. LEVY-
753Qt street .75
SEMINARY HAS ES-
and is prepared to take orders for jellies,
bread and cakes. All orders for fruit cake
for Thanksgiving and Christmas should he
sent at onee. S2U lm
For further particular regardinc
Passage and Freight, apply to
K. OGTJRA & CO.,
810 til H"tl St.. Rohitinon Rlook.
Near Hotel Street.
has .ii'st nEccntn nv late aiuiivals
Direct from China! Finest Mountain Quality 1 Superior to Any
thing Ever Sold iu Honolulu I
Camphor Trunks Fitted with Patent Detictive Locks,
latent Styles Chinese liamboa Chairs and Lounges,
lieauliful Patterns Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchief, lite.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Alwayn on hand a Choice Assortment of Cashmeres, Tuccds, Etc., Etc.
Xjo-w Fr-loea and aood B'it Guaranteed
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF
Tomplo of Fashion,
Mr. S. Ehrlich of tho Tomplo of
Fashion roturnod by tho Aliunoda.
Owing to tho universal doiirossion
iu tho Uuitod Stntos, ho was onablod
to buy woods utmost t his own
prii'us. l'urt of 105 cacos of goods
oumo by tho Alamoda with him, ami
tlio romiiiudor is on board tho
Hohooiior Transit, wliloh wai to sail
oulho'J.'ld. A grand oponiiig will
tako pluuo at tho Tomplo iu n fow
days, of whiuh duo notion will bo
givon in this papor,
Runaway Well Stopped.
Ono wf Mr, Sharratt'a toams at
taohod to a dray, whilo receiving
hay from tho bark Matina Ala this
morning, noar tho Fialunarkot, was
startod off by tho falling of a baio of
hav on ono of tho honos. Whou
uonr G. JJrowor & Co.'a building on
Quotin fit root its oaroor was tttoppod
short by tho prosonoo of mind of
ono of lltihtai'o Si Co.'h toamslors,
who baukod his toam to tho build
ing aoross tho puth of tho runaway.
Ono of tho runaway horBos sustained
Hlight injuries, while tho polo of the
dray was brokuu.
iLiO"VEjo",5r &. co-
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
C. Carpy & Co.'s
FOU Tin: SALE OF
Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Xapu City.
Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Sail Just , Cal., lT. S.
Ballemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky.
'America's Finest Production, Jllch and Mellow,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Jlillahle.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drink.
IB. F. ZEIHZLIEIRS &c GO.
BOS Ac 511 FORT STK,EjnJT.
Canton "WslsItl ITsLlorios !
A handHome Cotton Fahrlu, Nun Kl iu this season; tho cIUhsU aro fao-Hlmileit of China
SilkH, to hci' lluiiii miiaiirt to apprtfiato tliom.
' :m:.ajrtj s-A-teezsts i
Bilk tlnUh jnat out; real French tk'ii(;iiH uru thu linuxt and the craze of the uraron.
Oa-slixxiere Siaolimes SO Cents "STarci !
One of tho lminlsoimist Wash MatorialH thin Benson entirely now and
for tho prieu hua no ecuial.
"Wlaite Lawns axici IDimity I
In I'lain, btriied and Checked in groat variety.
C3T Dressmaking Under the Hanagemout ot MRS. RENNEIL Ji3
Royal Insurance Company
Thorn (looilit are (limraiiteod Flwl-cluiw III every nwpeft and uro
sulu ut Very Kuuvoiiulilu 1'rk'ux,
olle red for
Mutual Ttixriiosi: 1)08-
-Post Oh'Iok Uo 1!17
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the World."
Fire rlNlcN on all kinds of In mi ranee i'ropertv laLun at Current HUki by
J. S. "W.A.T .KIEIR.,
Arnt for Uu Hftwalltn Ulaudt.
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