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The Lltlte Ads with the Big Results
Boo Pnjjo 8, NBW TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
H0TJ8E On Vlnoyard St
1 H0U8B On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Rouses in all rarts of tbe City.
BISHOP & CO..
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
(or houtekeeplng or 2 gentlomon. At
7SS Dcrctanla St. 3270-lw
Cottages In Chrlttly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwr.l, Smith St.. mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helens court. Auams mne.
rwly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
M 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
Screened room, good locality, $7.00. Ad
dress J. Iltillctln 3299-lw
Beef cattle for sale at Ka
huku Ranch, Kau. Ha
wnll. 3212 tf
ideal country home at Mftnoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good naming;
Gr. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car lino. Rargntn. Apply
to I'. K. It. Straucb, Ileal Estate, 74
8. King St., Walty Bldg. 329G-tf
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address IL F, this office.
Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, and young
thickens one month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and MrCully
Cheap Home near Park, Walktkt.
Address R. S. K.. Bulletin.
I! A Social Side of Life A l
ft 3 1
On Rapid Transit enr between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Tcmplo fez. Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271tf
Small bay horse, branded -N.; white
spot on forehead and 1 white hind
foot. Reward If returned to L-. Todd,
311 Peck Avenue. 3299-lw
Position in a store by a young Japanese
who has'had experience and speaks
English well. Address P. O. Box
Corctshed rooms at 1223 Emma street. Experienced plantation man with first-
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE. .
class references, seeks employment.
Address M., Bulletin office.
Position ns clerk In storo by young
lady with experience. Address U,
I2-yr. Leasehold. 2-story Cottage on n experienced shoo salesman. In-
1 -i Beach adJolnlne Ena uroncrtv. In- oulre Manufacturers' Shoo Co.. Fort
quire No S Kaplolanl Bid 3302 lw sticct 3300-tf
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from )2 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea SL; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 396.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Sbnn. nil Fort 8L
Umbrellas repaired and bras polish'
tng. Takata, 1284 Fort SL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 020 King SL
T. Hayaihi Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 537 Berctanla St.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Pcnsacola and Beretanla.
r,.jrSe Hastings for repairs of Locks,
H J iveya, iuuuc uoxes, aaarpening oi
u.n cuuery. near union arm.
Go and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
smith and general repairing. Nuu
anu betw. Merchant and King Sts.
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D., PHY
SICIAN AND SURGEON. HOTEL
STREET. OFFICE HOURS: 8 TO 11
A. M.; 3 TO 6 P. M.; 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
ING; 8UNDAYS, 9 TO 10 A. M
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 8TAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warcrooms
of U E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel SL,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly nttendod to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher; $3 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this office. 3296-tf
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn fr Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union abovo Hotol SL
AIca, the attractive country place of
the McOrcws, was the scene of n Jolly
picnic lunch last Sunday, given by Dr.
and Mrs. Cooper. Among those present
were Mrs. McOllvrny, Mrs. Blxby, Cap
tain and Mrs. Henry Lyon, Miss Kath
leen Cartwrlght, Miss Olmstcad, MIfs
McOllvrny, Miss Marlon Scotl, Mr. and
tl. Il..nn.l.. Cn(t M.ia.d WfllfAI-
nnd Harold Dillingham and Richard honor,
Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Wilder are ex
pected to arrlvo In Honolulu nqxt Mon.
day or Tuesday, from San Francisco.
The Wilder cottage at Walklkl has
been put Into order for their reception.
Tho Jamie WlldcrB have spent the last
six years abroad and their charming
apartment In Paris was always the
objective point for Honoluluans, ns
well as for their legion uf friends
abroad. Tho Inrgo reception which
Mrs. Elizabeth Wilder gave at "Esk.
bank" in honor of the Wllders was
one of the most elaborate ever given
hero, land eerybodywns charmed with
the new daughter-in-law. Mrs. Eliz
abeth Wilder has been ono of tho most
popular hostesses In Honolulu and her
111 health Is a matter of regret to all.
The announcement of the marriage
of Mrs. Lnurn Dlcksun Nott to Mr.
(leorgc Sherman, by her sister, Mrs.
I). H. Hitchcock, has been of great In
terest for Mrs. Nott is very well known
hern. The wedding occurred January
Mr. and Mrs. George Davlcs have
been the motif of much entertaining
this week. Mrs. Rnymond dc II. iJiy
ard guvo a pretty tea for Mrs. Davlcs
on Tuesday. The little tables upon the
lawn loo'.-.eit so attractive with their
dainty tea cloths. Miss Irmgard Schaef-
w. Miss ChrlBtobcl Inynrd nnd Miss
Hlgford assisted In serving the refresh
ments. Tho consulate garden is Just
tho place for a party of this kind and
on Tuc3day not n drop of rnln marred
the pleasure or tho occasion. Among
those present were, besides tbe guest
of honor, Mrs. Gcorgo Davles: Mrs. K.
M. Swunzy. Mrs. V. II. Humphrls, Mrs.
Clinton Ilallentyne, Mrs. von Holt, Miss
'on Holt. Mrs Cllvo Davles, Mrs.
Hr.ctal. Miss Mist, Mrs. Charles Coop
er, Mrs, N. R. Paton, Mrs. Qeorgo Kim
ball, Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Mrs. Harry
Macfnrlane, Misses Mncfarlaue. Mrs.
Stanley, Mrs. Nlhlack, Mrs. Ilanm-y
Scott, Mrs. Alexander Scott and Mrs.
A. (1. Hawcs,
On Tuesday evening Mr. Waller Dil
lingham gave a dinner In honor of tho
Cnorge Davles and tho tnblo was
charmingly decorated with roses. A
corsage of roses at each place gave n
dainty touch, Thoso present wero Mr.
and Mrs. Hurry Macfarlune, Mrs, S. O.
Wilder, Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder. Mr. and
Mrs. R. N. Paton, Miss Marlon McGIl
vray, Messrs. I. and Harold Dilling
ham. The place cards were of a Moral
design. Wednesday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Ivcrs entertained for Mr.
nnd Mrs. Gcorgo Davles. Tho table
looked extremely beautiful with Its
artistic grouping of tho pink begonia.
Among those present were Mrs. Uerrlt
Wilder. Captain and Mrs. Nlblack, Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Swnnzy, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Harry Macfarlane, Mrs. S. O. Wilder.
Miss Nelllo White. Messrs. Walter and
Harold Dillingham. After dinner the
guests played bridge.
The eldest daughter of tho Prlncs
and Princess Kawanannkoa has been
very III. She Is on tho road to recov
ery, but still has a trained nurso in at
tendance. Tho luau which Bishop Llbcrtgavo
oh Thursday on tho grounds of St.
Augustine In honor of Mr. and MUs
Butler, Captain nnd Mrs. Stuart, aim
Miss Madden, was greatly appreciated
by the visitors It was a novel ami
entertaining feast for them and was
entered Into with zeal. Fern leaves
over the cloth nnd the delicacies of the
luau wero temptingly displayed. At
the end of the delicious repast the
milk of tho cocoanut was served, tho
guests watching the process of break
ing the nuts with Interest Hawaiian
musicians discoursed sweet music, end
ing with Aloha Oe. Among the gueta
were Mrs. Christian ConradL Mrs,
Fred Macfarlane, Mrs. Devlin, Mlsies
Rann. Macfarlane (3). Mutch (2), Sul
livan, Father Ulrlch and the guests ol
Kauai was quite gay last week. Mrs.
ttlce gavo a delightful tea at Kolopokl
and among the guests were Mrs. J. M.
Lydgate, Mrs. W. H. Rice, Jr., Mrs.
Droadbent, Mrs. Hogg, Mrs. Sweetser,
F. Carter Wilkinson, Mrs. Sloggett,
Mrs. Hills nnd Mrs. Tailor; and Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. F. Knudscn gavo a latge
and enjoynblo reception and dance on
Entttrdny evening last, The Knudsens
urday evening there were many pleas
ant things said of them by their
On Tuesday evening a' conundrum
supper was given at the Rev. Mr. Wad
man's by the ladles' Aid Society. Fun
reigned from beginning to end, for the
Bupper was at first a problem to bo
guessed only by the sharpest wits. Tin
menu was a great puzzle, but when the
toothsome viands appeared satisfac
tion shone from every face and a Jol
lier evening would be hard to surpass.
The tea which Mr. and Mrs. Cllvo
Davles gave for Mr. and Mrs. George
Davles on Saturday last was a very en
place cards bore the monogram of the and culture. Mrs. Humphrls recited
hostess. Among those present wero artistically and delightfully. Mr. Jet
Mrs. Roy Chamberlain, Mrs. Slattery,1 fries' clear tenor voice was heard to
Mrs. Rudolf Blatter?. Mrs. Itonner. I
Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Wm. Wilder, Mrs.
George Kimball, Mrs. Myers, Miss Bat
tell and Miss Margaret Hopper.
excellent advantage In several selec
tions and the blind musician played
with much brilliancy of touch and
technique. Altogether, It was a de-
fifth I fitl nvrtntntr atirl int t a an lnnnva
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Scott are ,on whch u u hopcd wm bo contin.
lending n week at the Rod ek col-'.....' '
ueu. , ,
spending n week at the Rodlek col
(ago on Tantalus.
Mrs. Humphrey, the wife of Major
Humphrey, has cards out for a bridge
party on Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Hocking gave a large and
very enjoyable card party Friday aft-
Mrs. von Holt gavo a largo tea on
Monday In honor of Mrs. George Da
vles. Mr. and Mrs. Focke'a dinner
on Wednesday evening was also In
honor of the Davlcs. Among those
present were Dr. and Mrs. Cooper, Mr,
and Mrs. It. K. Paton, Mr. and Mrs. S.
M. Damon and ex-Governor Cleghorn.
Miss Mist Of College Hills was hos-
Joyahle affair. Tennis, croquet and ernoon at her attractive homo on Ma
arlous games made the afternoon pass Mkl Heights. Bridge, whist and pedro
quickly. Cralgslde Is ono of the most occupied tho guests most pleasantly,
comfortable homes In Honolulu nnd aft" which refreshments wero served.
on Saturday last tho grounds were The prizes were won by Mrs. Roy;tess of a tea for Mrs. Davles on Ftt-
looking their bcsL unamueriatn, Mrs. Dougherty and day.
. I Mrs. Farrlngton.
A pretty little, lunch was given by Dr. Yost entertained at dinner at
Mrs. McCnndless, of old Walkixl Roau,' An Impromptu concert at tho Moana the Young Hotol on Friday evening In
on Wednesday for Mrs. Mallcry and Hotel on Thursday was much enjoyed honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mncfar
Mrs. Thaver. Tim tnliln wnn n charm- bv the clients. Mia tlmtrtlnetnn. n. vis. latin nml Mr. rim-i-lt VH1r
know how to entertain so that every- Ing sight with a centerplcco of red car- Itor from Australia, sang magnificently. I
body will have a good time and on Sat- nations nnd malden-hnlr ferns. Tlip Her voice Is a contralto of great rango -g oocj uo smsn lepog ituorifPPV
"S MODEL K O""
: suits everyone's taste Is the
'td by the
OPP. POLICE STATION.
N; 18 MAKING.A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL cpp. BI8HOP 8TREET.
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isunuun given a cuiujJitHu Buiuuiury ui
the news of the day, For 1 a year.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Fine Fire Wood
o FOR 8ALE o
t now have the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sale by
Lord & Belser. Theso ties will make
A. C. MONTGOMERY
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
That all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by me
Corner -HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
For entln, drlnklnfc, nnd cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
ncaitTcmo u. . rT. otriot
BreUut Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tint
Biketi Chocolate (uniweeteocd), 12 lb.caltt
German Sweet Chocolate. 1.4 lb. cakei
for 5a lo by Lautltnft Grocers
WALTER BAKER & GO. Lid
DORCHESTER, MASS,, U.S. A.
43 HIGHEST AWARDS IN CUKOPE
This model represents the ripe experience of America's oldest, greatest
and most successful automobile manufacturing establishment.
It Includes those features which experience has proved to bo essential
nnd desirable in a car of tho highest grade ,nnd omits experimental and
Kour-cyllndcr, vertical, water cooled. 4 3--I Inch bore; S-lnch stroke. Lo
cated under bonnet. Cylinders cast In palm, with integral heads,, water
jackets and exhaust valvo chambers. Made of specially tough stock to re
ceive mirror finish, and to Insure against loss of compression. Crank shnfts
of special treated carbon steel, having tensile strength of P'100 pounds to
the square inch. Three eccentric piston rings, fitted to each piston. Oil
groove in cylinder nnd pistons. Crnnk shaft, pistons and connecting rodn
removable, without detaching cylinders or motor accessories. Cam shaft
gears enclosed, insuring protection n-id perfect lubrication. Bronze bear
ing surfaces. C!en- operating water pump, cam shaft, etc.. so arranged
that rawhide gear Intervenes between nil mctnl gears, eliminating noise
and reducing wear. Drain at bottom of crank rnso for flushing. v
Jump-spark. One six-volt accumulator and ono set of dry celts,- carried in
locked box on pinning board. Koller-conlnct commutator, with hardened
tool steel contacts. Unit spark coll, carried on dash. Spark lead on steer
ing column. The Wlnton ignition sys:em enables motor to bo started from
the seat without cranking obviates physical exertion, saves tho cnglno
from unnecessary running, and Is a remarkable advantage In touring.
Special Wlnton carburetor, manufacture.) exclusively for us by the Holly
Bros. Co. I-1oat concentric with aspirating nozzle. Automatic and compen
sating. Assures economy of fuel, consumption being 8-10 pound of gaBollna
per horsepower per hour.
Individual clutches, tho only system recognized ns legitimate In mechanical
science. Indestructible. Oil film between clutch members permits clutch to
take hold gently, avoiding tho shocks to machinery characteristic of other
forms of transmission gears. Speed changes mado without passing through
Intermediate gears. Double cone high gear, with Increased surface. Direct
drivo on high gear. Dust and ollproaf ttansmlsslon case cover Instantly
removable for Inspection or adjustment of clutches. Drain cock at. bottom
of case for flushing.
Klght-lcad Hill Precision Oiler, with sisht-fced attachment placed on dnsh
No waives of any kind. Absolutely forces oil through every feed at compara
tively low pressure; but If, for any roaxon, oil congeals in tho tubo, as Is
possible In cold weather, the pressure Increases to 100 pounds to tho squaro
Inch nnd drives the oil to tho hearing. This oiler Is an especially good ono,
and means tho proper lubrication of all motor parts, without any readjust
ment, In any temperature. Pressuro U mechanical. No air pressure No
gravity feed, reeds all bearings except transmission hearings and pinion
shaft bearing. Transmission gears run In oil, and hearings nre constantly
bathed In lubricant. Pinion shaft bearing at rear axle Is equipped with com
pression grease cup of ample size, sufficient to caro for -100 miles' travel. To
tench this grease cup, left handdiole cover in tonneatt floor. Through same
opening, plpo plug In differential housing enn be removed. Differential re
quires fresh supply of lubricant only for each 1,000 miles.
Longitudinal shaft, with special heavy, hatdencd nnd ground universal coup
lings, enclosed In grease-tight metallic case, which Is provided with plug
for replenishing grenso. Thus theso couplings constantly revolve In lubri
cant, dears completely protected from dust, water, mud. etc. No nolse
lirecdlng chain anywhere. This nvoi Is Jack-shaft, unnecessary friction, nnd
those unsightly gprockot-boxca which make entrance to nnd exit from ton
nentt dangerous, especially for ladles. Absence of sldo chain also permits
handbomcr body design than would otherwise he possible,
AXLE, REAR (FLOATING TYPE)
Special axle steel, having tensile strongth of 100.000 to 110,000 pounds to
tho squaro Inch. Spur differential, Drop forged gears. Special Tlmken rol
ler bearings. Most accessible axle ever built. Axlo, differential gear and
differential bearings can be removed without the ttso of jack or pit, car re
maining supported by ttyo wheels. No load on driving axle.
exceptionally strong, one-plcco I-beam, Mangancso bronzo. Tensllo strength
90,000 pounds to the square Inch. No welds; therefore of uniform strength
throughout, and always of uniform width, permitting steering connections to
Constant circulation of water assured by gear-driven centrifugal pump.
Vertical tube radiator. Fan bncic of.raUlnlor and secondary fan cast in fly
wheel. Radiator fan driven by friction clutch, securing proper suction of
nlr without possibility of accident to fan or adjacent parts.
Particularly effective expansion chamber produces a practically noiseless
exhaust. Muffler "cut-out."
DUSTPAN r'T ,.r. -v,,. -
Permanently attached steel pan, tightly covered with heavy canvas, prevents
motor parts becoming affected by dust or moisture, and acts as a sound
Wlnton Air Governor, covered by baslo patents, and consequently used ex
clusively on Wlnton car, gives motor an Innumerable variety of speeds, all
of which are at the command of the driver, without shifting gears or moving
levors. Operated for constant or varlafjlo speed by cither foot button it
lever on steering column,
Screw and nut design. Yoke and block Joints. No ball and socket joints.
l.emolno type forward steer front axle. Oil hole plug on steering gear case,
Spark and throttle lovers above steering wheel.
Throe. Two hand brakes on driving wheel hubs. Single band brako on
drive sliafu Brake surfaces Increased 25 per cent, over previous models,
Insuring greatest possible factor of safety.
Direct and Immediate access to all working pnrts of motor nnd transmission.
Hand' hole covers (8x5 Inches) on crank case and transmission gear case
removed by turning hand wheel. Lett half of crank caso easily detached to
permit quick and easy removal of crnnk shaft, pistons and connecting rods.
Upper half of transmission senr casa likewise detachable, affordlne easy re
moval of alt transmission gears anifrhnfts.
Ono pedal and two levers control all transmission cinches and brakes. Wln
ton operation Is the simplest In the world. Learned In half an hour.
All cylinders, pistons, piston rings, crank shafts, valves, universal coup
lings, and transmission shafts aro ground to tho accuracy of 1-10,000 of an
Inch. ThlH means perfect fitting machinery, absenco of destructive friction,
tho use and not tho waste of power, lengthened life of tho working parts, and
Intotchangcahlllty of parts.
On the subject of cylinder grinding, that well-known automobile author
ity, tho Horseless Age, says;
"In automobile engines tho cylinder walls are necessarily thin, and
when tbe surface Is finished by boring or reaming, thero Is a continual ten
dency of the iron to spring away from tho cutting tool. If thero are hard
and soft spots In the Iron, it Is almost Impossible to have tho boring tools
cut a perfectly round hole, as tho Iron in this thin shell wlii spring away
from the tool and cofno back again after the tool has passed on.
"With grinding, however, this Is not the caso, becauso there ts not the
pressure against the walla of tho cylinder with tho grinding wheel that thero
1h with a boring tool."
All materials in which strength Is required such as stock for frames, crank
shaflB, connecting rods, axles, etc. aro exhaustively tested on our automat
ic nnd nutographlc 200,000 pounds nlehle Testing Machine, before acceptod
for uso In Wlnton manufacture, That test sIiowb how many pounds pres
sure or pull to tho square inches the metal withstands before It cracks or
breaks. Consequently, we know that tho material wo uso Is absolutely safe,
that It has marvelouily greater strength than Is required. We don't guess.
This teat assures that Wlnton buyers get the strongest automobile mado.
After proving our metals to bo tho best, wo carry out ovory precaution
to put Wlnton cars together right. Experienced Inspectors scrutinize all
work. No slip-shod carelessness Is permitted. Safety Is the keynote. For
Instance: every nut in every Wlnton car Is securely held In place by a cot
ton pin. That same carefulness, exercised throughout our factory, makes the
Wlnton accident-proof, so far na critically careful manufacture can make it
Uldo inombers of one-piece, channel-section pressed steel, reinforced. Motor
and transmission carried on drop frames. No sub frame.
Dlstlnctlvoly new and particularly artistic and practical design side-entrance
body. Dust-proof tonneau. Tonneau foot-rest (patent applied for). Scats
six. First quality, deep, spring upholstery.
We do not manufacture tires, but always endeavor to furnish on Wlnton
car j the beit tires that can bo purchased. Our-regular equipment (Its tho
standard clincher rim.
Main gasoline tank, 17 gallons, placed at rear of framo under tonneau. Aux
iliary gasoline tank on dash. Oil tank under front floor board at left Bide of '
frame. No water tank. Water carried only In radiator and circulating sys
tem. Main gasoline tank haB locked cover.
Fuoi supply sufficient for ITS to 200 miles. Oil supply sufficient for 400
mllos. Water supply sufficient for 100 miles. Water supply requires re
plenishing at the rate of one or two quarto per week.
Excellence and elegance of finish will continue to bo a Wlnton characteris
Twc-slde oil lamps, horn and full set of tools. Locked tool box carried on run
8UMMARY MODEL K
Cylinder Bore .-. ,....;43-i In.
Piston Stroke i ..' '. .'..' 5 In.
dear Ratio , 3.2 to 1
Springs, Front ' .33x13-4 in.
Springs, Rear ; 7 45x13-4 In.
Wheel Bane '. .' 8 ft .7 In.
Tiroj , 34x4 In.
a.igc (standard) 66 1-2 In.
Length over alt - 12 ft. C In.
Width overall B ft. 9 In.
Height over all 5 ft. 9 in.
Body U row t tor Green, Wlnton Maroon, Royal Blue and Wlnton Red,
Running Geur Brewster Green, Wltion lied, Wlnton Buff and Royal Blue,
YON HAMNI-Y0UNG CO., LTD.
-, r ,y , , Garage, Alakea street. Telephone, Alexander Young Hotel, Private Exchange. S SxfALi
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