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ROAD CYCLING League Five Miles [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

ROAD CYCLING League Five Miles The five miles road race, held on Saturday afternoon by the Goulburn League Cycle Club was well supported, and resulted in an exciting finish. '. Cooper made his re-appearance after a short spell, and was unlucky to be beaten, as he was caugliht only half a mile from the finish. .. First away was Cooper, glosely:fol lowed by M. Larcombe, and then a' big bunch, including Laker anl, A., Pooley. ."Five .seconds later .followed W. Pooley .and W... Bushi, then. C. Pooley .:and W. McLaren,: while last away wvas that brilliant youngi chanip io n ' J ack .P o o ley . " . : ... . -'Rid ing:stronglySH.. H. H 'Laker," .: W\: Pooley i'and'iBosh-* moved; steadily through, the.fleld: until they hit the fiiittibtii ut' thy were?closely, followed b ;yC :Pooley i.:fand: . Pooley:.- It was not ;uhtil: the last 100 yards' that it was 'Dossible foi tihe sccratchinen to i;:Iiln the i.print: for :tlie. line a blanket woiuldl have ,covered the thlree first riders; W::Pooley....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINES FOR S.P. BETTING Sequel To Recent Police Raid [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

FINES FOR S.P. BETTING Sequel To Recent Police Raid Fines totalliang more than £50 were imposed at the Goul burn Police Court this morning on three Goulburn men andia youth, who each pleaded guilty to charges of having used premises for the purposes of betting. Tle'charges were the sequel to a raid carried out by members of the Metropolitan Anti-S.P. "Flying Squau" at four different premises on Wed nesday afternoon last, and the de fendants were as follows, the address of the premises involved being given in parenrthesis: Terence Patrick Nes bitt 19. (129 Auburn Street), Leshe George Coughlan (Grafton Street), Edward 'Albert Topham, 33 (119 Auburn Street), and Thomas .M:c Kenny, 49 (109 Auburn Street). Despite legal representations, elc Kenny, witih a previous conviction against him, was fined. £18, or 36" days,' while ::lie' P.M:, Mr. M. J .Ryan', ordered the confiscation of ££2/16 iwhich thieiralding. paity seized on ::the premises. ' Topham ;who had previous convic tioiis,? was f...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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VICTORY WAS SO NEAR AND YET SO FAR A Second Half Effort That Came Near To Success GOULBURN AND CANBERRA IN DRAWN GAME FOR CARR CUP [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

VICTORY WAS SO NEAR AND YET SO FAR A Second Half Effort That Came Near To Success GOULBURN AND CANBERRA IN DRAWN GAME FOR CARR CUP BY "FORWARD" Goulburn's effort to lift the Carr Cup at .Queanh.eyan - yesterday went unrewarded. Their challenge-the first ?of the' :I season-against Canberra ended, disappointingly for them, in a draw, each side scoring 5 points. : If ever a side should have left the field victorious that; side was Goul burn;?yesterday. ,:For 'sevein-tenths' of a tscoreless second half they. kept iplay to Canberra's side of the centrei line, and fo.r long periods 'hammeiediat their opponents' line. On half': a dozen occasions they were with in ani ace of snatchingl those: covete d-wln ning points. Once Ron. Gorman. followed. the ball overal the line .behind the posts, nilt there was great delight among the ?Ited: supporters when he came down oli: the leather. Their triumpllh-' ant yell was stifled when Referee Coltman was seen to hesitate, then. witvBe" no try." Gorman ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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WINTER TENNIS COMPETITION Congenial Weather Prevails For Second Round SATURDAY'S MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

WINTER TENNIS COMPETITION Congenial Weather Prevails For Second Round SATURDAY'S MATCHES VWith brilliant sunshine pre-. vailiing, players taking part in the second round' of lthe i G.D.I.'L'.A.'s winter tennis coin petition on Saturday afternoon .enjoyed. the inatclhes. The afternoon's round resulted: DIVISION ?I.:- -.,i P.M. 2 . nilivad 1 Hale and' Truelove v Orford? and Lynch) 2 606 Iss Harrlsonaind Miss Hatswell v. lrs. Chapman, and, Mrs. French, -6 x6-5; : :Hale and Miss Harrison Rv HI.Orford asd Mrs. Chap'man, 4-6' i Hi Truelove and ,Misis Hatfswellv.C:'ynch and Mrs. French 64; 4 . Hale and iMiss Hlatsweli lvH Orford 'andiiMrs French, 2-6; -Trut love;. and M:l:ss Harrliison- v`: C; Lynch and sMrs Chapman,1-6 , allway1:. 6 sets 45sfgames M.2 2 set 26 games. :x Swoodlanid andia Dr. Kennet_ 'v A" Cook andS ?ieredith.. 6-,~6i Miss Caldwel oiand"i M!rs. IKenhetti V Mrs: A Cook and Mrs. S: Meredith dith 6-1 Dr. ICennelt aid rs ien nett V S; Mereidih aid Mrs A Cook 3-6 R. Woodland ian...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

PROFESSIONAL ,.OPTICIAN W///. OPTICIAN A(ELS - l MT EIAD "'Optornetriss and Opticians :TECTTLAtTY VTsT'J' TI'TIS DTS TRTCT EVEI?Y E~ER KS, and may be N lt,., p sd 1 113 at tIle day. 11 to. p. BUN!?E : Lake Ceorgc Hotel, Friday 34th May, 9 to 4l).m. TARALGA: Monday. June 3, Argyle Hotel. 12 to 4 p.m. CROOKWVEIL: 1Vebste:'s. Jewellers, Friday, 7th June, 9 to 4I p.m. -Moultbuu Elruilg n9?tl MdONDAY, MAY 6, 1940.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

??UNERAL';. . I "l't-IE Rdlatives' and Frieiidls -of th' late MRS: MARY STACEY, relict of the h tb GEdRGE TACEY' aci mother o Claude,'Geo e,Roy;l Darrell, arl.and Alm , are rsect: ,fully.linvLed to attend: e·:Fuie 11he!Al d, 'ly- lo.ved Maotl ,:' vhicl ,wll hl?lb ,h0e yl.latelbresihlelcet8- h m-' shie ,St eet, at. 1.:8 a" ,loImn rro.W (l,Tuesda ) for the Chur h of?En laid' Polrtion f the Gener I ,Cem tery. W. E. I nes, A.F.D.A., Fu~iera Di: ector, G ulburn. Est.. l850(' TI IHt R latives and, Frl nlls of ldeu lenal t-Colonel C. J. 1tolfo.rt and. Family. If Mosman, ar respec fully invited I attend the F neral f his belovel Motherl-i-law and' their Granldm ther. MARY S'IACEY, hich will leats 8 Hampshire Street, 0oul1 hbrln. a 3.30 To-morrqtw "(Tile (lay) for the - of E. portioq of, the Gen eral Cetetery. W. E. Jones,'Ftineral Directorl se M.U.LO.O.F. . fItONA'rTIQ\ GE No. 1 3 F CICERIS anll embers o.of the o aove Lodge teo espeetfull in vitelto attend th Funeral of heir este? ned Siste...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BICYCLE AND CAR COLLIDE Young Man's Narrow Escape [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

BICYCLE AND CAR COLLIDE Young Man's Narrow Escape SIn a colliion betwcen a motor c?ar and a I:ic-cle at the inter "section of Iloulrke and (old ,smith Streets early on Friday" nighllt a young Goulbuiln man . ig:narrbwly escaped serious injury.. xHe ias .Ronald IK tching, Qf. ( E lesmero Street, the rider of tlie cy?le, iho was.subsequently taken 'by ami bulance to.the District hospital,suf ferinig fron probable. concussion and . severe shock: :iHi'tching.': was riding. west: alonig Goidsmith Street and wvas about to iturn into Bourýiet Street whe he was involved in ) a? collision "witi. a car driven;-,,it-;is 'understood .lby ;.Irs: ICuningham of tinghorne Street vl iwas turning, intol' Goldnsith .troet safter traveliingalong,'Bourkl So :far asfcansbe ascertained, the- " cyclisEt vas thirown forward off i ht acns.,', crashisming'idntn"the car anil com?ingto rest on the riunning board.h:;g e ar was niot .dil~eimagd to any ex.. `tenti :iutit is nbt known' rhat dam- age resulted .to it...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

PUBLIC NOTiE (Advertisement) AUSTRALIAN M1ILIT'ARY iFOI(RCISC --EASTERN CO3I3MAN). 7thl D)IVISION ANI C1OIR'S Ti'OOPS, A.I.I,. 11,000 IREClItUITS REQUIRED) APPLICATIONS are invited for Re cruits for. 7th Division and Corps ro O p s ,. . . " . . MINIMUM' HEIIIGHT:, ': 5ft. Gin; ,ninimudinm ,5ft. ',51i. in special cases. Meni 5ft .4in. may be ~edically ?exalni??,t andi'applica i: tions willl be ?'eld 'for rfefrence if ?"i bsecitentlt-Yrcqu red foxAA :O.CG., A. A P Ca.;,and: cefrtii appointniednts .RA2NK:AND .tF E::-;British suib jects, 20-35 year For technical :duties, Army FielWork-shops, up to 45 'yeais. WARRANT !AND NON COMMISSIQNED ?OFFICERS. lh exiceptional .' seag, British'; sub ?]jecatsup to.40 ye?irs: :Parents, con e: nt :ncessairy w'?iere'::: Iapplicantsilt "'are under xthe. lage of: twenty ione t "E .years :...' MEDICAL STAND RD: :iClass 1only. A?liout 11;00 reculits: anrre li req ed 'or' thie follaoing. arms: 'Cavalry isecha?lseld ..ont ?riosed, .Artillery :Field;' Medimni ...

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RELIEF WORK IN GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

RELIEF WORK IN GOULBURN The annual Incetin, of the (ollullrn ifellef " Society was held in the Town Hall on Fri dayv niC'ht, the Mayor, Ald. T. P. Manion, presiding. Expressing-.his appreciatlon ,to ll rho :had, assisted :' thdo societty,;last' ear," Ald., ?aiaion said'th it'i?hoci ty felt last teiyr that.?they'wvould be, 3ailed upon' to do a?.'loti'ore thaia ictually was the case This year how' wor"'et udd e. d th. speaker;> 'would no' vas sonasyother pe orwar 'We certainly.h ope to; get some rconue tihi ;i'eaur; but?-h d" ii t't. c pecnt- it . ill' be- anything ;:lilke'o bet s caruotined Aid M nion ho much poverty this year a s in' 'the Future. `'' letter .was ,read from th'. sce taryof'he, Milisters' Fraternal' ?R D.Attn&rnse ?stating tinat the ater, !mrg wmonth. .whreprelseh. thedso t'ty.:th`: e that represent'stives tof the churches iioulid attend iii addition ,to' repr sent[rtives from "social?orgasnisation:i vithii the churci' Also tabled at the meetisg was aI lett...

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Dr. Koht Is In London [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

Dr. Koht Is In Londor The Norwegian Foyeign: Minister; Dr. Kohot, is.in London to 'consult with the British Govern~ment..:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

ENTERTAINMENTS IFORo D5DAYS delN S iE uR Gener E Scintillat ng WHAT -EVERY GIRL EVER LONGED FOR CAME HER WAY-WITH MORE THAN SHE BARGAINED . FOR .. . CH4c01OO Produced by 11NITE (Nut Suitable for General Exhibitlon.) Pn lu Columbia .J LL p u i lV J +1d plso OUtNI U 1 hcolour "'' I Chapter :: "O ~VERLNDWTH l 'rCRO.. - FLORIST I'Ov '4JdW ainy arrt Fr'tiai • (i, hlr'n.d) 22.l. -\WCTlla .-Speelality. '.WREATIIS and the Finest Floral ,?V5qrt, Cutq Floiwers, etc..rTt e , GoUI .-,3'48., ' ay or night. *' ":. : '., SnrEitit tor WXeaths, iodtl'li9 , Spra?JCu. uLd o-(C l,, etc. Ry l<iyl, MALE ATTIRE for ' ,VEVN NG WEFAR JT'S not i l'l'iciLnt to .ealr : - well-cut IDininer St it or "Tails"; Ith accessories i re ljust as importtil to the well- resseil mln. . I-Have youor ress Slhirts, o.llars, Vests and lies iprolerl hlulil dcrdii 'Jiy... MODER LAUNDR^ CO. I'Phoe 77 A____ iurxl Str'ei - The Warm Things omen W ar ;,' | ] in Winter ; [T A i ' them . thoroughl} .cllea i id and freshened ...

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HOYTS RITZ "Raffles" Is Grand Fun [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

"Raffles" Is Grand Fun. ". Proof of the fine' cntertain-; I .ent value to'le foumnd in tihe Ui.ited Artists' sc"ccr yc'sion .of: tie 'rscitautiIg. English -play;, "Rht'lcsf,!' wnas.lpriovidcd b the,. evident enjoyment. whiich l arge week-cend audiences- "dic'rivdci,, froimi the: filn, whiicl' is how . sliaing at .the': Goullhiurn Hlts . 1 . itz.; ' :' - ' ' ' . , . ": ; :oCmbinlnig light adventurei.wlth icharirting .:rouaq acu -and .'.; pii enyl:ty?' ibrigh t 'clean'huliumnouti, is,? Rift i'si is':;. t6r/,'which', has :'btidei : old bef.or'ojpn: ,tai)6 a stage:iand lscrcen,:bi.b.-relietiioii hhaa: not: spoillt its' gay: charmrt nea: deo tractbdi hany way;twroi the fhasclnsi linnoe of lthe.many clever: sitiatioeis niii *vhich? tlie. plo t'abai hd:ds ;:j..i,'i :,: ';:..' ; -' h Di·rectori :Sanalieli: Goldtwyn :'has gathered teogether an, admirable hbani'd of Eiinglish pl..'layers to':ensuri6 : the necessary atimosphrei' and. as a rsilslt n'6tr'i'e of .,thhe' cast .cani h:e', fa'ulted'...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SHOP EMPLOYEE LOSES PORTION OF FINGER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

SHOP EMPLOYEE," LOSES PORTION OFF::.INGER ': Goulburn ,shop:. as'ssistani:.: hcl: s:a :smnall .s'ctlIon of,. her 'loft".., fa e ' slicer nachineshortly afte. Imi'd-day son 'Saturdayi ''i +Tle :girl ~ýwas; IItssj, ieana;ýannon,~ ! -9' o of= El'eanor a $ ree East '?Goul born; rwhoisn plo'd,,at Newman?. imalgoods?hp' ,801 Auburn Street.! ,,nls amnoni 'ilt . unde tood "was licing some. meatisfort customer wiothithe blade, "'hch'ticut.'hr h the`; fies 't' at slantiigg gle,- remov:=' igL;.'half':: i;i,:, ,fingernail?,; nd ',, ?" al. ~ potlon.of-t;:the:: f:,inger 'I.:;ltself*:,?

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Changed Mind At Ceremony [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

Changed ' Mind At Ceremony NEW YORK, Sundy: A girl who. was being married in a sinall Alrizona town to-day changed her. miid: in Ablio .middle of the ceremony. "Just a minlte." she said to Mr..Sillas:?: Hall: J P:; who wats offictatiilg, Tiriin 'ilt to' the bridegroomn slie .'said," 'l:r' tint siire 'I ant to niarry you." fl-e replire,'t: "That csuits me.";Tie: y then wnllkcd out. of tl he: coiii tiroolii. M: I-Itill lroplied thiq ,Bible. in astonishtillent: The retiriilng resident o thle \Westein: A lusnt iall ai ':Voni'is:.A?' "toui .IAthletlec Assoeiation: saihr' a in' Perth' ,th it dirtugs ..ai ttinila-its` orne gien to sansoni gi rls. boefo: ovemnts,

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PLANTS WITHOUT SOIL Result Of Experiments At Kenmore Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

SOIL Result Of Experiments :At. Kenmore Hospital: "Fertilisers and the soil-less growth of plants;H:'Hydro . ponies,. or "Aqua-culture," were terms suggested i afo : very informative address by Mr: A: L. Ross, who has been'. conducting experiments at the Kenmore Mental Hospital in the art of growing vegetables and flowers with?iout any soil,? given before the Gdulburn Rotary Club. i-:' ` ` ': I Mr.;iDRoss has ndthing;, to *do with, gardening?ihe ;assured::hiis sliqteners 'that'heo as' not a gardener--alidihe: fiapp'ned to°.;realise lthat': Kmnmore vrita;t its facilities was suitable for sonic-experiiinents WVith lhin: became liot:a qa::iestion 'of. growving -to rsee Where :one flourished:, butilof seeing. to it that 30 grew .whore before one grew; lhieo estimated. t tht by,:. usifg theo spray he -had devised there -he cdbildl'iow on .a thirtieth of an acre w'h'itan ordinary mian wotild irow oii r f:.Itoss i'? sci.enitist:,: : an qwas, iiintire'sted;( he sai ain learningrwhe= 1hor .;...

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PLAGUE OF MICE Reported From West Wyalong [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

PLAGUE OF MICE Reported From West Wyalong WEST WYALONG, Monday: IFarim ers in thhe: south-west "are trapping :aiidi: poisoning hundreds bof thousands. of nice ;which have assumed almostint plague proportions.. S,On?ýal?m?st every farm the: mice may':bee seen:in daylight roundi. utn protect ed's'tacks or -. n'sheds: which? have not, een m8inade nmouse-prioof' but 'their main movemen-ts are. mnade at liht They have been dr ivenii into farms; and: even iinto the towns: for:slielter: by thle a in'maid cololer weoather; a'di. although they hae: not yet .done anty extensive .dtninge: onf a ,wide font,;' they are causin conll cet .a roaioiers and town?spoople: Somic- .'farimicr I halno. vcei' :r 11i0 a(rld i ' tii d ' (h li~ tii jIlicrts ,f.x:o oullt of' lle ioe ,the ids u' Enormous tallies from t'rapping and loisoning .are reported.." One farnmer at ?Burgodoney, .xear !Tulli bigeail 'is repobid to have tr'ap?pled iearly -3(0000 in .27 dlays.-, r B. B T2 King' of Kurriajong Park, also, nea...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ADVANTAGE OF EARLY PRUNING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

ADVANTAG E F (EARLYPHRUN.ING , aWher0 t large n .,areyas of; t:reesi:" N iiaye toi beh'an'dlodilt is adivisk a:t blet miaokeiian'r eiiy st'aro":gltwi ; Othifworik of lprosinig. anilsgi 'a Laonger ?e'asdnfo.: ..:,,.:i - i.Pruning ds .-ofte'n66 too piog' delayed,. 0o the idetrinieiit;.ofithe lat ?s;wlinter': anllSiaprig iorchard .operationsii;:i iTtie :;idepairtmental :. haind book I'runlifg'.,diseisses and;' illustra6tes in detail ,the treatinent. ofi: the:varidous kii ds. of fruit 'trees ddiclt ivatedi:conii mierciic.l.lh;, ittliis State. There ils Der"' haps .rioo iway in 'which.l heph otenitial prpdtuctlvlty' of ia fri. t t',i'ree is' .fso' comnim oily red'dced'ab b. th e iefflcl enit'iiperforrimni.i~ce. o the .,operatoi uindesl/discussioni ' ind any g'Sn oeier nlt anlriadi iiin' nossession of ..c'n, o thlls nt:ialiotrlttieleo gldeillo l oiil ,..;be *tel.l~adviaidd?tobiaddli to':h'is lib.'ryr S.is obtaiiiabfle- froidmithoi DepD i''ment f? ,Agri:.culture ' ]o' " 3OCA': 0";.{'.

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TWO MEN KILLED Plane Crashes In Victoria [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

TWO MEN KILLED Plane Crashes In Victoria ',.' MEIoBOURNEd Monday: Two men' were killed instantly when a Tiger Moth plan~e crashed from a height of 25Oft neur Canipelllfleld late yes terday afternoon aniid was destroyed by flames: The tirciraft lia'd been performing aerobatics abovee the Bioadmeadowse nflitary aml).' The' vfiinls were0 Clarence Codke, 25 ,of Highett Road, Highett assist-j ant "instiuctor: of thed Victoitin Aero Clilb, anl' Cha les Hake, 38, solic~tor, of 'Alibury Neivw :SoutfiW:Vjiles:. . Cooke wais in: thlie froit seatt of the dual-contiirol machine in which he was :givig. Hiake instructibon Ini .ierobatlcs: The:. plance went through ;several loops at 'a heIght of ,'about i 00ft above ithe -camp'.:, then flew away to the north. It' weiet, into' s spin at a heght of 5ft,"lid craislied F L iMES lBAULK iii IESOCUEIt) .'M\r. Frederlck vans; of CaimpbDell fIeld,, sitidd thiat: te liplaine rolled out of..heg loop andthii i ivoent' Into a tailslpin hi' engiine roared asIf ...

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MEN ON THE ALERT IN A CONVOY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940

MEN ON .THE ALERT IN A CONVOYI:. Impressive picture of a British freighter convoy at sea. A watcher on an escort ship scans the skies for enemy aircraft while several merchantmcnt .have their boats swung out in the Sdavits ready -for. any emer -- gency.

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