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r.VRNMNn nuM.r.Tix, iioNoi.iM.tt. t it rntD J- i. iio:
Rose Croix 18th Degree
Pacific Flrtt Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter Installation
All visiting member! of tla
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodioi.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 1, I. 0. O. P.
Meeti evcrr Monday evening at 7:!0
In I O. O mial. Fort street.
E. K. HENDRY. Seoretary.
c o hoitel, N a.
All visiting bro'bcra very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. af P.
Meett every Tuesday evening at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, Kiur
street. Visiting brothers cordially Ic
Tiled to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. 0.0.
T. WALDRON, K.R.8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. af P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. P. flail, Klnrj street, nt 7:20. Mem
ber of Myslio I.odc, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 3, and vUltltif
bnSUicri cordially Invited,
A. D. DOND, 0. 0.
A. . KKNWAT, K.R..
HONOLULU LODQE 611, . P. 0. C.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O. H.,
will rrjfet In their ball, on Miller
and Beretaola atreeti, every Friday
By order of tbe V.. n.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
O. Z. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.f P.
Kaets every Saturday evening at
1:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, King
RtmL Visiting brothers cordially In-
t1VJ to attend.
J. M. JOUJJSON. U.C.
A. JACOBHON, K.H.n.
HONOLULU ABBIE 140, F. O. t.
Meets oa Mm 2nd and 4th WEDNKS
DAY evanUsfla of each month at 7:30
tfclock In IC ef P. Hal), King street
Visiting Eaglej are Invited tr at
0AM McKEAODE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Bty.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. It M.
Meats every fecond and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. 0. C. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. P. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R
DAM1EN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
HalL Visiting brothers cordially lu
vfTO to attond.
T. T. McTIOHE. Pros.
B. V. TODD, Secy.
Don't start the New
1 Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
(jon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
437 QUEN 8T, TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX W3.
C. W. ZEIQLER Manager!
Phone Main 197
ana you'll get FRESH OAKED bread
Delivered to Your Home.
W. R Patterson,
GENERAL CONTRACTING AND
1168 UNION STREET. I
PHONE MAIN 324.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEGETACLB
8CFD8 FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN aw.
jsfy- fine Job Printing at the Bui
KitiK and 12 thel Sts.
If you want a good, reliable
paint to withstand the hardest
wind and rain, try Fuller's
It Is ready mixed for use and
the best made.
A small snap shot made In
to a bromide enlargement will
often make a very fine picture
such as would cost a big price
In an art store.
Dring your snapshots here.
A repla enlargement does not
cost much and the result Is
bound to be very gratifying.
No Bill o' Fare
To Worry Over
The Criterion's midday
lunch Is prepared and waiting
for the luncher. Served with
out wait or worry. This fea
ture Is appreciated by busl
nets men who have no time
to study over a perplexing
Lunch 25c wih beer.
PHONE MAIN 36.
sasjae"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
BULLETIN ADS, PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
999 out of 1,000 times you will find
It or sell It or secure It to best advan
tage through Bulletin want advertis
Client tlm doctor, go to Wullele.
Panama hats tlcamd ut the Globe
1lii Hoard of Suiiei visors will meet
Rest dip of coffee In He city. New
Try nmsell's Pine Cream, pint tins,
21 cents l)n tt Co
Don't miss Mom' Mk cmbroldei)
Bale I.nsl onlv until Tncsdn)
If your sowing machine needs repair
ing phonn Iloiiny H Co. Main 4S8.
Add to or house furnishings some
thing useful make It n gas slow.
Ilii! postjMinod niusltalc nt Oaliu Col
logi will be glien nt 8 this evening
Miss Mnrj II Krout Is u guest of
Mis V C Wilder mi I'ensacoln Blrcct.
White Leghorn nml I'l mouth Hock
pegs and chickens for rale Hoe nd this
Tlieo II Divlca A Co received woitl
I iv ruble thnt the Moaim left Silvu lb
Victor Talking Machines sold
oaa mmithl) liniments nt liergslrom
Music Co. I.ttl.
Oahu I-odge, No 1, K of P., will
meet tonight at 7-30 u'clock In K of
I' Hall. King street
Sptclnl meeting l Pacific Lodge this
evening In Masonic Temple nt T 3D
o clock Wink In first degree
Vhltue k MiiihIi'h bulu of muslin
underwent will last mil) tun da)B
longer Saturday uud MoudJ)
l'nlj nesinn Encampment No. I, I 0
O I", tnrets Mils evening nt 7,30
o'clock. Installation of olIlrerH.
There will be u meeting of the Ho
nolulu High School Alumni this even
l!ig nt 7-3(1 o'clock In the High School
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic '
You will be suriirlsed at Its cool I UK utul
preservative properties. California j
Feed Co .agents i
Taxiiiivpni wlio fall to make retuiiif
hi fine the end of tills month will not
have the privilege of iiipuillug from
The Catholic- Ladles' Aid Hoclcl) wilt
litild lis annual meeting ut the tuuvehl
this afternoon ut 3:30. Election of of-
lltcrs Is the business
The legulnr monthl) meeting of the
.luii'l llllii I ciiciiiiiwii ill 1,1111111111 ow-
clrllfH will be held thin eienlug III C
II t Hull at 8 o'clock
Hurt, the Honolulu plgii-palntei, has
Ihpii heard from In New- York lie hi
going to Culm, the lice to Japan and
from there back to Hawaii
WalklM Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Dergln. Accommodations, supplies
nitil fslf atiilri itnn ti X.ui sill I tt tt )1m- 1 ilu 1
T. "r" r.7.. I.....1" :.,. . .
i uuai. uuiuitt. imi tut ut-ai:ii. I
Mr. mid Mis. W. A. l.me ate t-xpccl-cil
In rot ill 11 In the next Alameda Iroiu
it ilnlt of foul months nlth .Mis. 1nert
liureutK ut Portsmouth. Ohio.
.Ma'a old Konn tuffen at 2"o tlm
pound Is the best thut inonej tun bu
You tnn get It, nmstud uud gioiiml
fiehli eor; da), at Homy May & Co.,
The KnUhtM or 1'jthlas will have a
Joint Installation thlH eic-ulug In llai
mouy Hall, to which nil member), of
the oidei and lulling brothers Hlioultl
The llrst regular mettliig of the Elks
takes place this eu-nlng in the new
hull. Eight applications uiu to be mi
ni on ami ull members uie reiiutultd
Hie Clirlsll.tu Endenwir suclet) of
the Centiul Union church will hold ltstlie storm
legulnr monthly huslueus mtetlng In
thu church parlors this eteillng A j HEARST WANTS NO MORE OFFICE
full attendance m lettuesteil.
The regular iiionthl) meeting of thoi Now York, Jan 4 W It Heurst has
Chrlstlbiti Emlenvtu Societ) of the uiinoiituotl thut I o will tioici again be
Central Union church will lie hi Id In,
the church jurl.qrs this livening ut 7:3'J
o'clock All members ate requested to
John Wind, :i tun-) ear-old boy ol
llllo, climbed to the top of a house
)enterdn to gather Homo papains. I It
lost lila footlns i.nd fell Into u tank of
wuter. fitnn width he was lew mil, but
died shortly ufterwards.
Thu Seasldo has plenty or surl
boards, surf canoes, Canadian canoes
etc., which arc at thu disposal of its
guets. Remember thut thu best bath
lug uud the best surf fur board ridlug Is
directly In finnt of the Seaside
Ihuollltetir Kelsti) of Convo)tiutos
has in -hod a new book lack or cub-
luet II It. h-utilirully finished lit i
tiuuiol Mirulhh uud will be round moat'
tonieiileut In the handling of thui
heavy volume of business In that olllt
Thu beahty to
a small uniiii-ulnu
plttuit Is often overlooked on account
of its size. Have u seplu bioiuldu en-' """ '" Ul" disuse. U-stunlii) llilily
largeiiieiit made ut the Honolulu I'ho- twu m'w l"B" ttl'"' ieMiilnl und theie
to-Supply Co. nnd thu plctuiu Is Hindu, '"'"' f'"" ''''"""'
a work of uit suth us would command. """ "!!? " S!ssg!ggg
a high pi Ice In an art stuie. To it
Setietni) Wood of thu Pioinotlou
Cniiimlttce Intends to commuultult!
wt!i former Indiana residents. He
wants them to send urtlcles on llnwali
to their home papem, us spetlal un
it Ih iibout Hawaii ure being sent lo
thu Indianapolis News by E. I. l.jwls,
a special eiriespondut. The Huckc)u
Club has Lecn asked to do similar
work In Ohio.
Philip J Thompson, who Intel) ar
rived fium Honduras, was not hiii
pilsod to hear of thu levolutlouuiy out
hieak lu that country Ills biulhei
l.olds u eoiilldentlul position with the
(Jou'rument und told him he expected
tiouble about Christmas He su)u uu
English s)iidicate, ti)lug to get 30,0UO
ncies of lauil, stirred up disaffection
lu his opinion tho lovoliitlou would
soon be otei, nnd the Government bo
That's right, five there are others,
but these are the Important ones for
you and yaur eyes;
you frown or squint in looking
at an object;
your eyes show an intolerance
they tire, ache smart or wa
objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These are a few of the points that
point to the need of glasses, points
that point to uo.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May A Co.
Additional Cable Newa on Page 1.
GERMAN ARMY OFFICERS SEEK
llorlln. Jan. 4 Pour nlUcem of the
gcneint stuftil the (leriiiiin urni) hauM)clt III Its cafe. That the saloons
sliu ml fin Jai when the) will hopbine leferred to nro allowed to run
attached to the Jupanese uuny for tv.tij 0W tolutlou of the law and with-i-am
fur the purpose of stud). 0,t uIcu Interference thero In :io
TERROR SEIZES CZAR'S OFFI
SI. Petersburg, Jan 4. The nsfas-
HluntUsu ol Ofmi.iI Von ilei
.. ., . ...
the l'refitt tit Police, has stiutk tenor
niiiiiiiL, Hit rank)- til the olllclals.
BRITISH INSURANCE WON'T
Uindoii, Jan 4 All the Ililtlsh
HiimtitH tompunlcs Inn,- repudiated
theli ll.ilillll' foi any losses occasioned
b) thu inrtluiuulie ut Valparaiso.
BOYCOTT IN CHINA IS SPREADING
I Hliuiigh-il, Jim 4 'I he Isijeott
I uguliiHt American goods Is spreading
I BLACK SEA SWEPT BY BLIZZARD
Odessa, Jan I A blizzard Is raging
here uud ull trullli Is ut a standstill
There tiint In en Lii-nt Iiish .if llfi. fiiiin
JAPANE8E SHIPPERS PREFERRED
.N'ewiliwaiii;. Mauchiiila, Jan. 4 III
r.ll shlpmeutt made over the Mau
dlin lu rallii) fioiu this Kilut Jap
linen' shippers me given ever) ef-i-reni
HUNDREDS STARVING TO DEATH
Shanghai, .Ian 4 III thu famine ills
tiltt liuudiedK uiu d)lug fioni sluu.i
'Iiiii and fioiu the cold The work ot
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TYPHOID FEVER RAGING
Siruutou, I'iiiii., Jan. 4. An tpl
ih lull- or tMiliuM rover has biokeii out
ueio. Thole luio been u thousand
ull"'K "f "I' ' iM'l sen-nt) deutlis
for the Adellna Pattl,
Hawaiian and Rough Ri
der Cigar; and Edge
worth Smoking Tobacco;
this tobacco is guaran
teed. Everything for the
smoker here at worth
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GRAND JURY CRITICISES
(Continued from Psaa 1.)
moral purposes. In one Instance a sa
loon, not equipped with small rooms
as ulioic described, allows women to
iiuestluu. In another lustaucu tl,u sn
loon runs its cafu attachment with nb
volulely no concealment In regard tc
I the open violation of the law regulat
,lng the sale of liquors on Sundu)s.
Drinks lire served In plain view of the
public, thu ordinary screen or swing
lug doors not being In evidence, no
doubt to better inform the passers b)
that llipiorH muy be obtained on 8 mi
lay, without thu purchase of menU
In-','"' "'" uBKc-8i tu u.u uc-xi i.eK
""atnro the c-nuctnient of remedial leg
I'""0" ' ""e premises.
PAWMIROKINO AND EXTORTION
Instances hao coma to the attcn
Hon of this (Irani! Jury where parties
lesldent of Honolulu huu been charg
cil extortionate rales of Interest fur
sums burrowed by them. While the
CnunI Jury feels Justlflo.il III making
thu above statement, )ot the evidence
iiece-tKUr) to convict thu purtles loan
log money at such extortionate talus
teems to be Impossible of procure
ment uud, owing to the Federal bank
niptc) act and recent legislation puss
ed b) the Tenltorlul Leglslutuio rig
crousl) uiifoited by tho proper olll
cluls this evil we may say has practl
Tho (Irund Jury begs lean tu ieiort
further that under the gulsu of pawn
bioklug licenses, persons holding such
licenses, instead of currying on and
operating u pawubroklng business, uiu
us u mutter of fact conducting thu bus
iuess of bii)lug uud Helling second
hand articles, whuiub) they are able
tu defeat thu lustrictlous of tho law
leguidlng usurious rates uf iuleiest
The method Is thut u person desiring
r. loan, Instead of pawning thu article
noils thu samti outright, with an op
tloii to repurchase within u short pu
l,.l .if II, l ... 1. Ullll. ...... . It. nu
I v '" " "'"" b"-""J "
,..kk ,,f Ilu. miinniil Iniiuul
lesents lu many cases un uclual pay
ment of intuiest by thu person selling
tho article, of 160 und over uniiiially
This Uraml Juiy bulluvcs that uudci
existing conditions u business curried
on stittlly within thu provisions of the
piiuiibroklug uct would not bu pi oil t
ubli) lu Honolulu,
DEIIENTURE AND SO CALLED CO
Complaint having come tu this
(3 1 ami Jury or thu condition und meth
oils or thu Hawaiian Realty and Ma
turity Compuii) und the Cooperative
llomu I'm chasing Society, It made u
thuiough iuvt'Stlgatlc. und obtained
lull icpoits on their present condition
wlin the ic-sult thut a most uiihiitlsrac
tor) stale or uffalrs wus found to ex
ist. Thi'Bu two companies have been
ic-foried to thu Attorney General's De
puitiuunt for such action us muy bu
The (1 i.i ml Jury recommends thu
passage of un uct b) the Terrltoilui
l.tglslaluie providing for pioper Ilie
cscipts to bu Installed In or upon
buildings wheiu tho same mi' bu net
ess.uy ror thu piotcctlou or Ife
Thu luuiitis or this Instill lion are
piopcrly caitd for us rnr us posslbl
Willi Urn menus al Ihe inmiiuiiiil uf Hi"
Huperltitenileiil. We nml that mental
ly tlernligul pittluits on lrunsiortH eu
mute from the PhllllinlliPS are I ellig
dlsrhnreetl and sent to Oils asjliim,
Jlins nndiilv taxing Its resources III
seems to the Oralid Jur) that Ihe I ed-
eral government should bear the or-
peine of caring for these patients.
We recommend that the iloimltorles
nnd sleeping rooms be made inosq-ilto
proot, considering this to be absolutely
necessary for the comfort and ?ood
henllh of the Inmates. We recommend
that a roinmlltce of the Legislature
thoroughly Investigate this as) tutu,
particularly In regard to thu wages
paid, tho method of commitment of the
patients, and generally for the furtbti
Improvement of the Institution Itself.
This Juiy ndtlses tho enactment ol,
:i law iiiovldlng for the appointment!
of a Hoard of l'hslclaus whose duty it
shall be to meet at the As)lum twite u
month or oftener If necessary, for eon-
puliation with the Superintendent n
gaitllng the tare and treatment of the
The Territorial prison was thorough
ly inspected and found In good onlci.
The food good, well cooked and sufli
dent. The premltes clean and sani
tary. Wo recommend legislation pro
viding for suitable work for prisoners
committed for misdemeanors. There
Is need of a new roof on the old prison
building. Thero should be couciele
lloors to renlacu the old wooden floor
We retommend thu establishment of a
hospltnl for criminals afflicted with In
fectious or toiitaglous diseases. At
present there are four cases of piilmon
nry tuberculosis In the prison and
there Is great danger of this disease
contaminating healthv prisoners.
The police station wus visited by tho
dram! Jury who found the premises
clean nnd sanitary but the building
much In need of lenovntlon. We sug
gest that a plan be adopted for the
confinement of female and Juvenile
prisoners at as great n distance as pos
sible from the males.
OIHW INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
We highly praise the present olll
clcnt management of this Institution,
there being much to commend. We
find these buildings lu need or general
repairs and recommend Increased ap
propriation for that purpose, lllrlt
sent tu this Institution should be given
longer terms of commitment for the
rcnt.oii that light sentences release
them before the) can ic-celic substan
tial benefit from Ihe Instruction anil
discipline which this plate affords. Wt
recommend the establishment of n s)s
tern uf rewards for good conduct unit
thut n porttun or thu earnings of the
Institution be devoted to this purnose
Dated Juntiar) -till. 1907.
0. C. POTTER,
J M. McCIIESNEY,
J. J. I.ECKER, '
C. J. CA.MPUEI.L,
H. M. LEWIS,
rilEI) L. WALDRON,
.1. II. SGHNACK,
K. E. RI.AKE,
II. (I. MAYS,
P. S. LYMAN, JR ,
W. II. HEINE.
E. U MARSHALL,
(Continued from Page 1)
have been thu main olnts on whlt-h
tho nibcommlttoo on legislation bus
conceiitiated its attention, uud those
points will probably bu tho ones with
which tho Central Committee and tho
Senators und Representatives eleot
will deal ut thu meeting next Monduy
jOuu of the most Important of these
as far as the Counties uru concerned Is
Ihe! proosed law tu have the corpora
tlous puy their Income tax In the
County where their business Is local
ed. At present all thu plantations, for
Instance1, uru paying their Income
taxes in Honolulu, where their plates
of business are locuted, according to
their charters, oven though ull tht-lt
property Is located lu tho other Couu
ties. This has been very profitable
for the County of Oahu, as tt has ru
celled its halt share or these tu es
but thu other Counties lost corrcspou
dlngl). It will be remembered that
they fought in thu courts to have
these tuxes paid where tho property
was located, but lost, Now, ut the
Legislature the other Counties will
liuie tnelr innings, and will uudoubt
tdly see that thu law making tho In
Lomo taxes pu)ablu whoro thu prop
erty Is locuted Is passed. Of course
thu pussuge uf this law will meun u
grout loss lu revenue fur thu County
of Oahu, but us thu members fioni the
other Islands will combine, to puss thu
law, which will bu to their common
beiiuflt, thu members from Oahu will
Imvu to let it pass,
Thu liquor law hus been tho subject
of some discussion. It presents man)
Intel estlng iiolnts, or which Ihe pro
posed provision to oxcludu Orientals
us license holders Is the most inpoi
lant, us It luyoltus u question or cou
stltutlonallty, on which the entire law
might bu Invalidated. This K)lut line
not been decided ou by thu committee
Thu law providing ror Couuty boards
of education is another Important
piece of legislation which Is being con
Hltlerwii b thu legislative sub commit
toi The plank of thu platform which
cov . . this point gives such boards
conn J, subject to thp Hoard ot Pub
lie li .traction. Tills expression Is
mi tier stumping tho members of the
HAS (iOOD WEAIHER
Big Passenger List For
Honolulu And For
The steamer Sonoma arrived Hill
morning nt in II from the Coast,
bringing innll nnd ninny passengers for
this city, as well as a very l.sre.0
through passetignr list. She met noth
ing but good weather on the way tluv n
and n very pleasant trip Is reported by
those on board.
She will take on a larcc amount of
coal here, fuel In San Francisco btlnir
ver) scarce and hard to obtain. Ilei
targo for this city Is very small, to.i
sistlng of 10 cases of :ears, 12 ri'stc of
opium, 192 cases or butter 22 cnsei or
canned o)slers, C4 cases of poult ly h'.tl
ft cases of miscellaneous merchandise
The center of attraction on boinl Is
Jack Johnson, the colored prize fighter,
who with his manager, A. A. McLean,
a formerly famous blc)cle rider, Is o.i
his way to Australia.
FOR KOA WOOD
J. tl. Itothwcll, who has been visit
lug thu mainland In the Interests or
thu Hawaiian Mahogany Lumber Co.
Ltd., returned today per S. S. Sonoma.
Rothwell anticipates bright pros
poets for this enterprise. He has vis
ited the leading manufactories of hard
wood lumber lu Chicago, Grand Rap
ids, Detroit, St. Louis and other hard
wood centers in tho Middle West, and
It bus beet satisfactorily established
that koa possesses ull thu necessary
qualities ror the manufacture or high
class furniture uud interior finish. Koa
makes a veneer that cannot bo excell
ed, and Rothwell Is confident that It
will take u prominent place with the
highest grades of other mahogany. He
leports great activity In the manufac
ture of furniture, tint su)s tho demand
for it fluu grade or hardwood ror this
puriKjsu Is piactically unlimited.
committee, who believe it is nn open
question Just how much iiower thct
Count) boards should bu given by law
under thu wording or thu platform.
Tho proposed law to pass tho water
works over to the County presents still
greater difficulties. Not only would
Ihe measure probably encounter ops
sltion from thu other Island delega
tlous, but ns thu entire Territory is
benefited by the rovenue derived from
the wuter wuiks, while It tho proposed
luw weru pussed, only thu County of
Oahu would bo benefited. On tho oth
er nand, lu vluw or thu fact that Oahu
will losu much revenue by thu pro
posed Income tux law. It might be
considered only fair that sho bu glvun
this sap as u consolation.
Thu main question In legard to this
promised act Is, however, In regard tc
its constitutionality. Several eminent
legal lights have oxprcssed their o)iln
Ion that such uu uct would bo uncon
stitutional. Their point is that It
would bu in violation of section 81 of
thu Organic Act, which says that all
public property ceded to the United
States by the Republic of Hawaii
"shall bo and remain lu thu Kisses
Hon, use and control or tho goi em
inent or thu Territory or Hawaii, and
shall bu maintained, managed and
cured ror by It, at Its own expense,
until otherwise provided tor by Cou
gross," etc It is held that under this
section all that tho Legislature could
do would bu to pass a concurrent res
olution recommending the change
which should bo sent ou to Congress
to uct ou. Tho legal men also show
that thu giving thu water works over
to tho Couuty would bo to diminish
tho security which tho Territory has
given ror her bonds, and her earning
capacity, with which she has to pay
Interest thereon. Others point out
houuvcr, that tho Counties have been
glieu the tisu of load machinery an I
tools, which was in thu same status as
the water woiks, und as a consequence
the same kind of legislation could bu
passed lu regard to water works.
Tho primary law Is lu thu hands of
E. Crawford or tho sub-committee, but
he hus uot ilrufled any proposed act.
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The winter line of Woolen Oooda In
cludes all the best patterns and col
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and see them.
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