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EVENINQ BULLETIN,"H6'n6lULU, fTHTTHURSDAY, 8EPT. 28, 1911.
lluvuill.nl Si i'iiiiiI llcgri e.
Honolulu I hlpl Hi gup.
pHIDAYi:. ' '
At Visiting ni'mbtrn oi ue
inter ur rordlHlly lUTlted to
sMcMl'sieotlngB of locnl lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
tt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' Tth Ao.
QIEFICIAL AVIATION, elation, cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Metis iwr first mill tlilnl Tuesday
n,' nli inc. nth In Ciati rully Hill, I O
U I' IhiIIiIIiik lilting brothers cur
dl.illv lnlttil to nlti'iiil
v .1 HolllNSoN. Sachem,
i: V. TODD, C or It.
f OJJOI.ULU LOSEE, G16. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No 616, B. P, O.
Clks, mcctu !ii their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday eve
olng. Visiting Ilrotliere arc cordially
'ntlted to atteni. -
n p n isn.N'iinha, is. it.
01:0 t. Ki.uncfnL. sec.
7K&. McKINLEY LODQE. HO. 8,
K. of P.
titttt evsry 2nd and Ulf Saturday
nenlng at 7-30 o'clock In K. ot P.
fUIl, cor. I'prt nud llorelaula. Visit
I uk broth cordially Invited to at
laud. F. F. KILI1BY, C. O.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K. R. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P,
.Meili eviry first and third JYldriynt
T 50 ii'ilnck, l'jlhlnii Hall, corner llere
tiiul.i nnd Fort streets. Visiting broth
ers inrill.illy Invited to utteniX'-.
S I)(CCKi:il, C, C.
O II KINK, K. of Tt. A. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0E.
.Mills on second nud fourth Wcdncs.
.i i.... ..r .....I. ......ill. nl 7fIA
iiVIih'Ii. Iii Sin Aiitiuilii Halt, Vineyard
rlreet u ii r Kmini Vlsltlnn brothers
ire J tt it il In ntt ml
(li:o A DAVIS. W. IV
A M (' -M'COV, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
mi' 'lumini; i loiupliti' line of
SUMMER AND FALL MILLINERY
Al o tin tile!, imwltlis JilIXjUht.1,
riiimr" niiil H'nncl TrlniinlmT-
Hotel Street - Opposite Young Hotel
m:i tii i i. sni iiction now on
i MISS POWER'S
Bo-Aon Uuildinij Fort Street
fUK Sitiiidny MRS. F. S. ZEAVE, at
I I In i r us in the Yoiiiir Imlldlnn,
1 will open up new lines Iii Shirt
wailts, Coats null Novelties iccilvid
Manila and Madeira (Embroidered
Collars, Cuffs and Handkerchiefs
Daby Pillow Slips
' J ,
1027 Nuuanu Street
. BEGINNING JUNE 3
All thiTHMj at Reasonable Prices
Watilcly Hull it tin II per year.
lUHli: F M HATCH liua returned
from ii islt to Hawaii
(10Vi:itNOIt FHEAH made nil offl
clul call on Commander llujea of the
SECRETARY 11EHNDT will leave
for (lie nialiiliiiul shortly on i purchas
ing (rip fur Dlmoml Ac Co.
CHARLES 1'OtlUK will return to
.Maul mi tho Clauillnu tomorrow.
I. I.. SCALES, of Miles City. Mont.,
Iiat leturiieil to the coast after lslt
lug llnliolulil and the other Islands.
INSPECTOR T II (111IKON of tho
ileii.irtuient of eilucatlon In expected
Inn k on the sit inner Slerru tomorrow
MANA(Ii:it PFOTENHAUER of
lluckfcld Co la today receiving con
i;r:ituhttliiiiM Twenty-live eurs ago
today he urilvod In lloiiotulu
CHARLES I' WOOD, vice-president
of tin' Hicakwator Company of Phll
udellihla, and .Mrs Wood, returned
) extendi) fioiu a trip to 1 1 Mo.
CHIEF (ll'..Ni:it 1IAHSON, captnln
of the tut; Navajo, Cleika Dunn and
Caiiiu or tho Naval Station, yesterday
begun their olllclal "hlku" In compll
aiue with tli ph)slcul test regula
tions i: J l.OItl), of the Ixird-Yoiing En
gineering company, ramu oer from
1 1 Ho, where hi- Ih engaged In break
water contract work, to attend the
opfii Iiik of bids on the llrst belt-road
AltCIIIIIAI.I) N STHEETEK, of tills
city, left yesturduy ufternoon for San
1'iuUcIkco, where lie will Hull within
ii few days for Honolulu, where he has
accepted ii position In one of tho big
Migur factoilcs of that city. I'liHadenu
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A horse Is wanted Head llulle
ti u want ads.
Captain Miicaulny has put In live
solid days on the witness stand In the
Celtic Chief case.
Co to I law all & South Seas Curio
Co 's store nnd get those "Mutt" nnd
Jeff" stutuettes, $1.25 pair.
Tomoirow Jordan's begin their
Bir.it special offering of silk hose ut
the remarkably low price of three
pairs for $1.00.
The appraisers have made their re
tuui. In connection with the estate of
tho lute Julia Adelaide May. They
altie the property at $19,634.55.
Tho 1-ulinlnii laud case was again
befoio Judge W. J. Koblnsoii this
morning having been continued from
Iho time tho uttorney-general left.
John Cahrul (lied nn answer tilts
morning to the suit brought against
'U5U In the circuit court by Mlnnio
Cnliial. He denies all the allegations,
Further hearing wub continued to
llay In tho case In which Oumphor
claims damages from Whitln In con'
ncctlon with nn automobile accident
that happened In 190G,
Henry .May & Co. will receive by
.the S. S Sierra tomorrow morning
-J"iu3h.Xillfornla fruits und vegetables
In-seuson Also "Puritan" Creamery
butter and Primrose poik sausages.
Tho hearing of evidenco In con
nection with tho murder charge that
Is being pivferred against the Ko
rean, Chune Ik Hal, was finished to
day und the nttoruejs maclu their ad
ilii'ssea to tho jury.
AV. Pfotenhauer has filed a petition
i nthu circuit court asking for lem
lioniry letters of udmlutstratiou to be
Issucii tn him In connection with the
estate of the late II, IT. Hcnjes, who
died Intestate, nt Wolshadeii, Oer
mnny. The liearlng of tho evidence In con
nection with the murder churgo
against the Korean Chun Ik Hul Is
cxiH-cted to llnlsh up Honietimo dur
ing today. The defendant will finish
giving Ills testimony tills morning.
Yesteulay he stuted that he saw the
decfuhed fighting with Yee Man Jo.
HARDWICK DOES NOT
BLAME SUGAR TRUST
SAVANNAH, O.I., Sept. 13. Tho
high prlii- of sugar Is nut thn result ot
manipulation on the part of the Aimr-
Icau Sugar Hi-ltnlng Company, but Is
thn direct result of luck of production
of raw sugars, nicordliiK to Congress
man Hardwlck, chairman of the Con-
glt'sslou.il coiiimltteu Investigating the
so-ialled sugar trust.
"Tho fact that the Federal Sugar Ito
lining Company, the opponent vl the
nlU'Kid sugar trust, has been putting
up the price of Its product to a llgure
I'Vin gn alcr than that of the American
Sugar Ht-llnlng Company shows that
tho Increased tout Is from a lack of
production," mid Hardwlck today,
"While my committee will luvestlgnto
the lidded -cost of sugar when we meet
ugiiln in October, I have no Idea that
ve will tint It comes from the efforts
of the 'trust' to make the people pay
morn fur sugnr than It Is worth. Tho
Cuban crop Is short, the lhiropcun beet
sugur crop Jo short and so s tho Amer
ican hett sugar crop It Is natural that
thcro should bo nn advance."
, About eighty per ceut. of tho
voles of tho Federation of Illinois
Central Employe havo been received
by Iho federation, and 75 er cent.
favor a strike
Tho Hurley Tobacco crop of Ken
tucky, which lust j ear was estimated
to bo 30t).00'),OQO iKiunds. will not
rmnutit to moro than 50,000,000 thin,
year, It Is believed.
City Transfer Co.
JAS. rf. LOVE
TAI LOY COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS OF CHINESE JADE JEWELRY GOLD AND
CORNER NUUANU AND HOTEL
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN LINE
The Old Reliable Myra, Once a Familiar Figure In the Pacific,
To Fly the New House Flag Mongolia Due This After
noon Honolulan and Santa Rita Depart From the Port
Several Inter-Island Steamers Sail Tomorrow Sierra
in the Morning.
nuslness with tho American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company Is said to
havo increased by leaps and bounds
within the past twelve months, ne
cessitating tho acquirement of addi
tional tonnage. I
Word has been received hero that
the American-Hawaiian has closed a
deal whereby the well known steam
ship Melville Dollar, one of tho fam
ous "Dollar Lino" boats will soon tly
the American-Hawaiian house flag.
The big steamship conipany Is alsl
reported to havo secured a charter In
the old familiar steamship I.vra, '
which for years was a factor In Paci
fic shipping and on more than one
occasion, visited Honolulu during the
stirring time following the Amerlcnu
.occupation of tho PhlllliQlyes.
For some tlmo the I.yra, together
with the Hyadcs, now a Matsou
freighter, nnd the Pleiades woro op
crated by the lloston Tow JJoat Com
pany in a freight service between Se
attle, Tacoma and Japan and the Phi
lippines. With tho addition of tho MelyJIle
Dollar and the l.yra, the American
Hawaiian will havo a fleet of vessels
In tho Pacific second to none. This
company have at least ten lurge
freighters In tho Western ocean. The
Melville Dollar Is a three thousand
ton vossol while tho Lyra Is ruled at
nearly six thousand tons. The latter
steamship has been engaged In a ser
vice on tho Atlantic nnd Is to be
brought around within a very short
News has been received that the
California-Atlantic Steamship Com
pany has Increased its service to
handle the Increasing offerings of
freight between this coast. New York
and tho middle west.
It has churtered tho steamer Port
laud In Now York and will bring I'
to tho coast, tho steamer Tumplco,
which Is now loading In San I"ran
clsco, and the steamer Seward. The
latter was churtered from the Alaski
Steamship Company. Tho Portland
has a cargo capacity of 3500 tons, and
tho Seward about 4500 tons.
Transport Dlx Departs for Manila.
The United States army transport
Dlx with several hundred home und
mules was dispatched for Manila l
tho way of fluuni at nine o'clock this
morning. The departure of tho lux
was .attended vv Ithout any undue ox
(Itcment though , several utteinpls
were made by the stowaway gentry to
gain tho decks of the yessels and a
free passage to the Philippines.
Schooner Searles It Ready for Sea.
The lumber brought to the )orl In
tho American schooner Hubert Searles
has been discharged und that ves
sel has been hauled to tho quarantine
wharf for a fumigation. Tho vessel
Is being made ready for sea and It is
Iho Intention to dispatch tho Scarlea
for Pugot Sound this afternoon. The
vessel will gall In nullast.
Manchuria Here Thli Afternoon.
To last uccounts tho Pacific Mull
ilncr Manchuria from Hongkong via
Japan ports should nrrivo off Iho Inn
ho r nt four o'clock tills afternoon and
ho nlongsldo the Alakca wharf by six
o'clock If all goes well with her many
passengers on board. The vessel is
to dlschargo 1250 tons Oriental cm go.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
I Mont Rouge Wines
About sixty passengers havo been
booked tor the Coast In the vessel
which Is expected will sail for San
Francisco on or about ten' o'clock to
S. 8. Sierra, at Sea, Sept. 21, 1911
8 p. m. 528 miles from port, 78 call
in passengers, 20 steerage passen
gers, 147 sacks mall and Wells Fargo
Express matter Will be off jsirt ear
ly Friday morning. Will dock at the
Oceanic dock, foot of Fort street.
Mall to Await Sierra Malls.
The Inter-Island steamer W. (1.
Hall will be held for dispatch for
Kauai ports until Friday evening nt
five o'clock pending the arrival of tho
Oceanic liner Sierra from Snu Frati-
cslco with later mainland mall and
Mauna Los Taking Large Cargo.
There Is a large cargo going Into
tho Inter-Island steamer Manila I-tu
for dispatch at noon tomorrow, call'
lug at. lima and Kau ports on Hu
nan, ine vessel win impure Willi a
fair list of cabin and deck passen
Payne Talks of New Liners.
Keen Interest Is attached to the
promises made fty Manager W. T.
Pniie, of the Pacific service of the
Canadian-Pacific Stcamsllp Company
who In nn announcement made ut
Yokohama, Japan, among other things
has tills to say concerning Die new
liners now ordered for the- Pacific.
"The Canadian Pacific officials have
contemplated for somu time past,
changes to Improve our truns-Puclflc
service," ho said. "The Increuso In
freight and passenger traffic, oven
during the last few months, has made
Impeiatlve the securing of Increased
"Plans which have been under ad
visement for some time resulted re
cently In the awarding of contracts
to tho Fairfield Shipbuilding Com
pany, of (llusgaw, ono of tho famous
firms along tho Clyde, for the Imme
diate construction of two new boats
for tho Canadian-Oriental trade.
"Tho vessels, which will ulso ho
known us "Kmpress," are specllled us
boats of about 15,000 tons register;
they will be 670 feet long und have u
iiiecil of eighteen knots.
"In slzo u trltlo lurger than the At
lantic "Kmpresscs," thoy will have
accommodation for 200 first-cabin
pnsseugerH and 6,000 to 17,000 tons
of freight each. Tho engines will be
of 10,000 to 17,000 horse-power, und
tho fuel used will be oil, although
coal-hurnlng equipment will be In
stalled for emergency use. Tho new
liners will materially decrt'use tho
running tlmo fiuni Vancouver to Yo
kohama, "A feuturo of tho saloon occommo
datlon will ho the size and equipment
of the state-rooms, none of which will
contain more than twp berths, Sev
eral will bo fitted with only one berth,
and lliero will alsq bo suites on thn
vessels fur private artles. There
will also bo Increased protection of
tho shelter and piomcuudo decks
against wind and spray."
The now Pacific "Empresses" while
of 500 tons moro register than tho
Aliunde "Km presses" will bo the
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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First quarter of thn moon Sept. 30.
Time nut Muted In tables'.
Thursday, Sept. 28.
Sallnn Cruz via Hun Francisco mid
I'ligct Sound Arl7onan, A -H, 8. S ,
Thursday, Sept. 28.
Port Son I.uIr Hniita Itltn, Am.
slmr., n. m.
Illlo nnd Knhuliil Hniiolulnn, M.
N. S. S noon.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchant'
Thursday, Sept. 28.
HH.O Sailed, Sept. 2C: S. S. Alns
kpn, for Sallnn Cruz.
POUT ALLEN Sailed, Sept. 20: 8.
S, Hyades, for Ban Francisco.
WIRELESS S. S. Sierra will arrive
early Friday morning, with 78 cab
In passengers, 20 steerage passen
gers and 147 sacks of mall. Will
dock at Oceanic wharf.
S. 8. Manchuria, docks nt Alukc.i
wharf about 4 p. m. today nnd sails
for San Francisco about 10 n. in. to
morrow. sumo length as the Empress of Ire
land Empress of llrltaln. These ves
sels are 573 feet long, with u beam
of 65.6 feet. The largest steamer now
In the trans-Pacific trade Is the Min
nesota, of the Kill Line, which Is of
13,324 tons reglstor. Tilts vessel Is
slow in comparison with the present
"Empress" steamers, howover. Tho
"Empresses," which have been in ser
vice for over two decades, havo been
found too small In their freight capa
city for tho trudo, their carrjing pow
er being small.
MAY SING HERE
Mine. Ijponnro Oordon Harrison, who
niutlii n hit here nt the IIIJou and the
reputation of nut of the must pleasing
sopranos beard In n long time, may up
mar In u local coqcirt. Shu has re
cently returned from a visit to tho
volcano, nud while In 1 1 Mo gave two
concerts, asslHtetl by n number of Illlo
people In thu chorus. lloth concerts
wire greut silt cesses.
Mine Harrison will remain In Ilono
lulu for several ilavs before leaving
for the Coast, and during that time
will probably npptar In some of the
siuigH that have made her famous.
Frank Mnuralz, n joung Jnpnno.io,
who was caught nt Itockavvay beuch
after n chase that lasted nearly four
ears, was sentliuck to (Ireeley, Colo
rado, to stand trial for murder.
Tho Chicago, Milwaukee ft Pugot
Sound Hallway has declared u divi
dend of 2 .1-10 per cent, uiwu Hie
(leorgo II. Stoops, who for tho last
18 years hud writton a letter every
Friday to bis nged parents is doad
til Wuyncsboio, pu.
Hov. Dr. r.dwaid Octavlus Flngg,
said to have been New York's oldest
preacher. Is dead nt his home in New
ON FRUIT FLY
Several Important mnttcrs aro to
como up before tho meeting of the
board of agriculture and forestry to
ho held nt tlnee o'clock this after
noon lu tho Senate chamber. The
special committee who bad chat go of
the Investigation of thu Mediterra
nean fruit lly question aro to bring In
their ic'isirt on tho matter ami fill -Ihor
consideration Is ex)iected to ho
given In connection with the offer of
Ebcu Iaiw to run about 100 biood
mares on the Island of Kuhoolawc.
The committee who uiu to rcisut
on the fruit tly aro reticent as to the
nature of their lopoit stutlug that it
will be given out at tho meeting to
day. It Is understood, however, that
tho matter vvus brought befoio Iho
Governor yestcrduy and that ho wis
made congulzunt of oil tho facts they
have been able to get hold of.
Tho mutter of Eheu Ixiw being al
lowed to inn about 100 biood inures
on the island of Knliooluwo is tho to
suit of tho trip which the Oovornor
and Iho Land Commissioner have Just
leturned from. Tho Idea Is that Hip
mates will spicud tho algiuobu seeds
m (Uisiffi UHDJUU f raf
f ..-i... A taI NCfiJr' f Leather lread
swrdenea stew i
Antl-SUd I - I U loujh, lleslbU, I
I Studs do prevent V nd no"' J
jA t?V S - X. sDJj
r& &, r
IN STOCK BY
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.,
Honolulu, Oahu, Territory1 of Hawaii
and that they will not do much dani
nue Low nltn wnnts tu inn nliotit
two or tluce hundred gouts for a meat'
supply. In couilderntlcii of theso
things he Is to do ccituln work for
the government such us keeping the
records of tho ruin gauges that were
established there and doing other
work lu connection with thu reclama
tion of the Island.
It the liauiil grant tho lequest tills
afternoon they will bo going right
back on the action they took In the
matter somo time ago when It was
first brought up befoio them. At that
time they turned It right down.
AIR BRAKES IN
It Is the intention to Install air
brakes on all double truck curs oper
ated by thu Honolulu Hapld Transit
conipany uccoidlug to Manager C. O.
ilallentyue, who announced this morn
lug that ut it meeting of tlif dliectors
ol the transportation conipany, the
placing of air brakes was uuthorlreil
on ull largu cuis operated by the com
pany. This order means Hint In addition
to King btieet-Wulkikl Hue, the Hotel
strect-Kulmukl line und the llcictuu-iu-Puiiahou
lines will eucli be piov bl
ed with cars lilted with tho moio
rpecdy nud powerful brake.
The ulr liruku which lias now been
lu seivlcu on thu King stiret llnu has
been found quite sullsfut tory. It Is
said to meet with favor from tho iiiii
loriiien while tho putious of tho line
lire nssuicd of u greater degleo of
safety thiough Its Installation on the
TWO BIG EXTRAS
Oahu und Houomii dliectors have
decided on big extra dividends, ull
linunceineiit of which was made Ibis
morning at thu session of Uiu local ex
change. Oahu Sugar company will pay forty-cent
extras on October 15, Novem
ber 15 und December 15, In udilllloii
to the twenty-cent regulur monthly
dividend, bringing the total up to IS
per cent for tho eur.
Ilonoiuti unnuuiKc'S a special divi
dend of $3 on October 5 in addition (0
tho regular of $1,
Tho dividend announcement stimu
lated O.ihu'K slock stiles toduy, stock
selling between boards up to $32.50.
ail udvnmo of half u point. It Is con
stdeied probable now that tho sugar
company will lltmnco Its plans for thu
big Koolaii Ii ligation tunnel by u
special water company.
It vvus n slow day generally on tho
stock mai ket with u little Btionger do
maud than yesterday.
CONFE8SES, HE BURNED AUTO.
(leorge Spinctr. a local chaiuTeiir,
this inoiuluK lu pnllcu toiilt pleaded
guilty to a ehaigo of mallt loos Inliirt-.
the ease being Hint of thu burning of
tho Cummins touring car. which was
mortgaged to the von Ilamm-Young
conipany. Tho case Is u peculiar one
Spencir Is said to Inn.. M:itnl in n
confession that the car was binned for
Tllll Nlltlntllll VmImpvhv PmiiiiiiIouI,.,.
, decided to oxploio tho unite of tho
iinoposiM canal rmi'i Toll do, O., via
Full Wajiio. Intl.. to I.ako .Michigan,
heginnliig about November IhI.
(Continued from Page 1)
with the touchers to double up for tills
)enr mid do the best they can He
will have plans iiiade fur a 12-tnoiu
school nnd see If they can not git this
put through by next ear.
At Evvn thu city authorities are ar
ranging for mi t xtrn room by titling
up what Is a sort of hast incut so tb.it
the extra number run be taken care of.
There Is plllUlu nt Wnlaltm, and tho
tenclurs and pupils will have to di
vide up Into shifts there. Arraiige
liiilits arc being iniide to house 100 of
the chlldicn In n bull that Is clow by
This Is tmnul by n lull of natives and
they uro willing to rent It to thu city
Although tho Hoys' InduMrlal School
does not come within tho scope uf the
tuunty, they paid a visit them nnd
found that everything was going along
well. M. N Johmon, with two assist
ants under hhn, has charge of tho idll
iiitloimt dt partiutut und the bos urn
being looked nflir In good style Tho
boys huve startid on the cxciivallons
for the new buildings, nnd they aro
nlwi getting the rotk crusher which
was si ut out thcro into working order.
'Hutu will be three, schoolrooms work
ing during the session, nnd the benches
for one of IIicm' ore being made In tlui
earpcutii's simp that Is attached to the
At Kalilikll the si huul building can
only ui'coiiiuioiluti! half of the number
who want ndinlttante, and the svsttui
of double shifts will be win kid A
lequest will nlsti bo made for a new
building of about six or eight looms.
There Is ample laud for It to be erect
i d nil
That Viscount 1'clild.i, tho retiring
Japinty.o mnhuhs.ii!or In Washington,
now JiipiinoMi luluhdcr of foreign af
fuhs, will nut pass through this port
Is the emphatic statement width Con-sul-flenernl
lljeno ninilo this morning
Viscount IJthldii bus nlicady sailed
floni Seattle for Toklo. Jnu.ui. wln.r..
he will UHstime Ihn arduous duties of
mlnlslvr of tho foreign olllce.
Consiil-aenernl Ucno was surprised
to lead in the local uowspaptrs Hut
Viscount ITcbin.i had sailed from Sin
Francisco en routo to Japan lie ca
bled to San Fliint'lsco, mid us a lesult
or Ills Inquiry retvlved a cable tint
Urn new minister of foielgu affairs had
left Ho.ittlo for Japan The iiilxup
arose evidently owing to nn crioneous
l)iiin utiilul nlso that ho received
a pirsonal litter from Vlsiount llclild i
Mtjim.' that bo would have fiom Se
attle. Thn Houso p.issotl a bill authoriz
ing thu use of u situ on u government
tesuivatloii lu New Yoik haihor for
tho erection of :i bronze statue coui
nienioiiitlug the Amoilcnn Indian,
D.ill) wot I:, cooking
iiiiiw open for
Modi lulu duugf
50 13-1 in
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