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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Anthony Horderns' for the Universal Bicycle. FRANCIS BIRTLES, the intrepid long-distance Cyclist, selected the UNIVERSAL BICYCLE for his great ride all round Australia, and completed nearly 17,000 miles on the jonemachine over bush tracks and desert country. The UNIVERSAL carried a total weight of 2i cwt., giv ing perfect satisfaction to the record-breaker, and adding to the renown of ANTHONY HOfi DERNS' as Bicycle-builders. CyclistB all over Australia ride the UNIVERSAL BICYCLE because It fa t roadster that miy - be relied upon to give perfect satisfaction. ?m Built of B.S.A. Parts, ! Stock . Models, or to Order. THE UNI VERSAL BI- ? . j CYCLE, as rid- { den by Birtlec, ffi9[ with Eadie two speed Coaster Tilrfi Hub, free wheel j^EESh on both gears, - I j back pedalling and front rim brakes, fitted '? with Dunlop Price, £12 10/ Fitted with Dunlop Tyres. UNIVERSAL BIGYCLE built to order, or stock models. ^ , With bcemnic Tyres, j FRANCIS BIRTLES ON THE UNIVERSAL BICYCLE, ' BUILT AT A...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Give y ourself a Chance Tliere would be a great deal less serious illness if people took proper precautions when they are just a little out of sorts. Self neglect; a tendency not to take precautionary measures until one is seriously ill, cause a lot of unnecessary suffering. There are particularly two danger signals that ought not to be neglec ted — shortness of breath after slight exertion, such as going upstairs ,and a headache with bad appetite at breakfast time-. People .with these symptoms are always the people who fall victims of disease easily, be cause their blood is in an impover ished, impure state and their power of resistance is low;. The way to enrich your blood, is to feed your blood. Ordinary food can not help you to nourish the blood it you are out of sorts and already 6n the way to illnesR. It is necessary to take concentrated blood food and fortunately this, can be obtained in Div Williams' Pink Pills for £ale People, the most wonderiul blood building medicine ever...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RURAL TOPICS HERD TESTED CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

B RURAL TOPICS 'V7-'hERD .-BBSTlCO; GA-TWaE- SALK. j '''j ' Messrs.; Virtue, Nol. l,e and Co.,; o£ -? -' V ivisijiore and Hangalow, carried out ih'6 ? -second ' sale uftljer the herd tes Vi; ting records in this district on Jxon day at O. E. ?Johnston's farm,, ot. Helena. The first sale was Mr. D. ? f\ , A Elliott's early in the year. The , prices & t both these sales show the value of herd testing from a sale 8t?vV: goint of view, in that animals were |fv . bought', not so much on appearance |;f . ' or type, as on their actual coirt mercial value jas butter jieMers. A r?; . buyer had t0 guide 'him the year s ; : official return from the particular animal he happened to want, and was thus enabled to estimate to a '** ~ nicety what her capital value is. Dairy cattle fetched up to ^26,for ?'-vfArd heifers 'to £15 ea.ch, and pod ^r-~' dies to £-5. -Sows with litters fetch «d to £9 5s. The average' for ? ih* -whole herd was £l() 10s. The prin . ' ' ciphl buyers were members of t...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

? ' A - ' . t - ia.O^ER|LL ijLi^Mdneer A Valuator Oldest District Auctioneer A Commissioner Xor Affidavits and Sworn Valuator under Real Property Aet Sous ASent fob— , ;OpxtoniSstaterOornmal Rothery Estate, Corrimal - larrell B Subdivision, Balgownie I ? ... Russell Yale Subdivision^ Bellambi .-—Artia' Subdivision^ Bulli ' I McCauleyPark Estate,Tbirroul Goledale Subdivision, (Medale Cithofi and all Tarttanlar S^ora Fbbb ~ , . / . J [?]

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Deduction , in prices '.'? '^;* - ? /'. . ^ /...-.of --?-?? -. ??; . ?;? - - ? Forti Gars*/ /: ., Owiiig to the iucreased output of ihe Canadian Factory (where all Ford Cars ^ imported into Australia are manufactured) tbe following rod need prices will be effective from tie 1st MARCH, 1915. Five Passenger Touring Car £195 (Sydney) 1 Two Passenger Runabout ;£1$0 (Sydney) I / These Prices are subject to alteration if landed costs are increased. S The Ford Co. will manufacture 40,000 Ford Care in the Canadian Factory, the B largest Motor Factory in the British Empire. K 1000 Ford Cars were sold in IjTew South Wales last year, and over 60 Ford Cars B have been sold each month this year. B _. ' HERE ARE THE REASONS. I The Car itself, the low purchase price, and the small- upkeep expense. B The Ford Car has proved itself -time and again— proved tliat it is the most suit- ~B able for Australia's rough- country,— proved by the Ford -Record of 40 miles to one .W gallon of petrol — that it is...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Mr. James Lindsay, ^ DENTIST, Opposite Monument; over Wood* Music Stoz$ CROWIf ST. WOLLOJTGONtt. Telephone 44 Imperial Hotel CLIFTON. VISITORS to Clifton will find this *New and Up-to-date Hotel replete with erer j modern comfort and convenience. Good Attendance, Good Table, Homely and Comfortable. _ Elevated, salubrious position, overlooking the ocean. Foil Board, or separate tariff. Terms Moderate. Best Brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits always stocked. George Williams Proprietor, I £1(000 PRIZES £1|000 Woek op Abt Wobk op Abt Value - First j Value £600 ) Great Prize ( £500 Or Twelve |Months' Trip Bound the World and £100 in Cash for One Person, or Eight Months for Two. Note.— The Committee, , having paid full value for the work'ol art, ami prepared to find a purchaser for same at the advertised amount if the [Winner so desires, also for the Sec ond and Third Prizes. Second, value £100. Third, value £50 And 97 other prizes, totalling £1,000 Eight Hoars Great Art Union , 69th year ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Wollongong A., H. and I. Asso'. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Wollongong A., H. and J. Assn'. A special meeting wofl held last Tuesday, Mr. J. B. Thomson in the chair. Present, Messrs. Sudden, Por ter, Cook, iFraser, R. O'Donnell, 'Johnston, Parsons, Spinks, M. A. D'Donnell, iLang, Sutton, Rathmell, Todd, Grieve, Boys, W seman, Tay lor, Parkinson, Carr. Stall, Stum Dles. Routine matters having been con sidered, a discussion respecting the amalgamation of the Shorthorn and fllawarra breeds of cattle followed. It seemed to be the general opinion, that it was advisable to assist in the amalgamation, 'and Mr. John ston was appointed delegate. The offer of Mrs. Bode xof ber sports ground/ for the showground was considered. The opinion wa® ex pressed that even if the terms ap peared liberal, a considerable sumot money woutd Ue -necessary, and th^,t it would be injudicious, if, indeed, it would not. be unlawful, to spend t-«bllc money on private property- It was filially decided to abandon the; Idea. The Green ground came in lor full consideration^ T...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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South Coast Bakers—Their Award. THE STATE PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

South Coast Bakers— Their Award, THE STATE PROPOSITION. ? J ' On Saturday the members of the South Coast Bakers Branch of the Association met in the Harp Hotel, ?the general secretary (Mr. Halliday), And heard from himi an explanation Of the award which was gazetted last week. Mr. Tj. Elliott presided. Me. ETalliday expressed pleasure at ^ so good a gathering on such short .... notice. The sitting of the f Wages 1'' ' Board, he said, was more in the nature of a conlerence than a hear g„ . jng of claims, as neither side called any evidence. The employers' repre* K gentatives .were very good fellows, find treated them well all the time. I They put up a very strong argu & ; ment against the employees' 'claim, |-, * but, he was - pleased to say; they 'were amenably to reason. The aw f- axd .was gazetted last Wednesday, £ and came into operation from that ?day, but he would not expect them fe to -enforce it till Sunday, which iwas * the. beginning of the week. f 'Mr. Halliday the...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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STANWELL PARK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

STANWELL PARK , On Friday evening, March 19th, a party o1' about thirty guests as sembled at the residence of Mr. Geo. Kickett, of St an well park, the occa- , «ion being the celebration* af' the i sixty-fifth birthdays of Messrs. Geo. j Rickett and D. Hopkins, both of I whom are friends 'of many years' standing, who, together with their wives, were the hosts and hostesses of the evening. 'Amongst the guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Fos ter, senr., Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Fos. ter, jnr., Miss Foster, Mr. and Mrs Wilson (late of the Edinburgh Hotel 'Bathurst, hut also well known on the Const), Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James, Mr. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. TV. E. Cullam, Mr. and Mrs. Wolflngton, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Perks, Mrs. Bartlett, and several young friends. IA' very pleasant evening was passed and numerous toasts honored, aav ?bngst which was 'The Tqng,' by W. jr. Cullam, J.P., supported by Mr. Griffin, and 'The Allies,' by Mr. G. Jlickett and Mr. D. Hopkins, all Join ing heartily in sing...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

The Ladies College - of Sealth ; 4 OXFORD STRBBfT, ' SYDNEY. ' Medical Superintendent and .l^ady Consultants in attendance dally Hours : 9 a.m. to 5.80 p.mu Fridays additional from 6 p.m. tili 8 p.m v Saturdays, 9 a.jn. till 12.30 p.m. !' 'Consultation iorjm' forwarded %o f ny address upon application. j | All correspondence to be addressed j to1 The Medical Superintendent, Dapt 70, Indies' College of Stealth,' 54 Ox i«rd-stre-?t, SydneV, ** , , ? . * ? ? * ± ' ll^rOTOR Trira ln'»' roomy and'oomfortabl* 1U. GndilW» Tourittr Q»r can be arranged ' io all South poast Besorta. Terms m. derate, j 0ar ff«r liire da3^. €. Klliott, 'pnone 1^2. , I Wollongong erWMlongong Hoteland Boya -| I AtredHote! ;-:^v v;;-- Vs. V ' :;V ^ v-;:r - I Cmw ECZEMA ^ y 1 From the slightest rash or pimple . ' EC2EMA spreads until the whole ? £ tIL body is in its grip. j mm ^o matter bow the terrible disease M. M W manifests itself, either dry, scaly, or ?V mattery, this splendid remedy Cures the worst case of E...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BULLI SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

BULLI SHIRE COUNCIL. At the- meeting on Monday last the i following j.were present' Crs.- J. Dav idson (President), Tresidder, Co*il son, llobinson, Harper, Kirion, Cot terell, and Wallace. ! Correspondence. W. Davis, Keiraville, applied for the Christmas holiday pay; others' received it, and he had been em ployed three months prior to ihte {holidays.— liequest accede'd to. iAn amended plan forwarded by Mi Cox lor the re-subdivision Ada'oas Eatat-? — to re-subdivide three lots in to . two—was accepted. E. Purnell, Hale-street, Woonona, wrote slating that he had been ap proached by several .ratepayers in that street concerning the neglected condition of the thoroughfare. It was asked that steps be immedi ite l.y taken to bring about a bettir state of affairs. — Referred to ' Fingin eer lor report. Municipality of Iforth IlLa-warra wrote asking co-operation in matter of asking the Railway Commission ers to allow the 4.50 p.m. train from Sydney to stop at all sta tions from Clifton to ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Red Cross Concert at Corrimal [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Red Cross Concert at Corrimal, (Our Correspondent.)' The concert organised by the Red Cross Society, Corrimal Branch, and held in the School of Arts Hall on Thursday of last week, resulted suc cessfully; the building Was comfort ably filled with an audience wJiich showed its appreciation of good mu sic. The stage, at the instance of a number of Bed Cross liadies, had been given a drawing-room appear ance, the furnishings being loaned by friends; British and allied flags .were displayed in prominent Positions on the stage. The committee acknow ledge their indebtedness to friends for their various forms of help, 'so generously given. iA; Sweets Stall, presided over by Mesdames Dixon and Blaker, assisted by the Misses McGeachie, Donnelly and L' Dixon, and Master Willie . Bye, was arranged in the ladies reading-room, ana dur ing intervals was largely patronised. A Union Jack, formerly a gift to the Corrimal branch of the Bed Cross Society, Was disposed of dur ing the intermission,- Mrs....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cokeworkers' Union Asks for an Increase. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Cokeworkers' Union Asks for an Increase. The following corroBpondeiice baa passed between the Iliawarra CoW workers' Union and. the proprietors' , Association:— '( The Secretary, Iliawarra Co'k«wo«tB i'roprietors' Association, Sydney. Dear Sir, — At the District Council Meeting of the above association, held at Bulli on Saturday, February 13th, 1915, we were instructed by the said Council (on behalf of the il iawarra Cokeworks Eimployees), to make the following request to 3rour association:. — (1) — That an Advance of one shilling (Is) per day Ue made to all adult employees, with proportionate advances to tall persons other than adults. In asking your association to give favorable consideration to this req uest, we beg to state that some of the reasons that the claim lor in creased wages is b,ased upon are ? as follows:— (a) The nature of the wqi is such that it required skilled worK men to perform ^ the w0rk efficiently and satisfactorily -to the manage ment. This is clearly proved...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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A Clifton Case (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

1 A Clifton Case (To. the Editor.) Sir,— Having read the Court case , deposition published in your last issue by Lieutenant Draper, I beg to state, in the first place, that Mr. Draper Is wrong when he says the cadets used the school twice a week and sometimes three times. Well, as a matter of fact, and for the infor mation of the Public, thecadets never once used the school, as they drilled in the playground, not in the school 1 am a parent of one of the cad-, ets, and he informs me that Lieuten ant Draper or one of the sergeants always went to the jStore room — which is situated right underneath the school — and unlocked the door for them to get out their rifles. The cadets did not have acceBs to the office (where all the blame lies) . I need hardly go into details, as anyone that read the evidence' pub-* lished in Truth, oh November 29, will know what I mean. Well, Mr. Editor, as Mr. Draper is so kind as to let the public see * the exact .words he used when giving evidence at the ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

TRY THIS HOME RECIPE FOR COUGHS AND COLDS. 'r y t SAVES' 10/-. By a Qualified Chemist. The following recipe for coughs and colds is used in thousands of homes. It gives quick relief from troublesome colds, acts tjuickly in clearing the head, promptly eases sore throats, whooping cough, croup, bronchitis, asthma and other stubborn colds, and saves 10 /- . for your pocket. Into a jug put four tablespoonfuls of sugar or honey, three of treacle, two of vinegar, and a large breakfast cupful of hot water. Stir, then add one bottle of Hean's Essence. Pour into a large clean bottle ready for u se. You now have a pint of the finest family cough and cold remedy obtainable. It is equally good for both young and old, contains no poison or injurious drug of any kind, is wonderfullyeffective, keeps good always, and. is a great money -saver. 1; . ' The mixture I make from Hean's Essence is the best and cheapest cough mixture ! hiave everused.'- — Mrs. E. Delaney, Cobar,N.S.W. , My experience with ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

6 Oft ft I M A L m Corrimal mine remains idle; present indications do . not augur for an early, |JH| resumption; South Bulli pit at titpe of. writing, had Worked three days ' ' . .-9^1 for the week. ? The Balmain pit horses are being ^ grazed at Corriinal. -ifl§|| Between the war effects and indua trial troubles of various kinds, civic i|H matters have been almost entirely 3H forgotten. There is a great deal to be done, but it must perforce ba shelved for a time. * £y . The Empire Enterta iners have tho - School of Arts Hall booked for this (Saturday) evening. The company is * ; W& backed up by a good reputation- W j Sports of various kinds will be IH held in Edwards' Paddock, C0rrlmal. jm this Saturday afternoon. Chief am- ^ ong the events will be a handicap mm footrace. The Town Band will dis- , IB course a programme of mus c, and a i jBj collection w.ill be taken up and go to the Belgian Fund. The postponed surf display will be held on Sunday afternoon, 28th. N. t ^9 Woll...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

y f ' - ' it r '7-\ ' Mrs A^ E. BARRETT, Oit88Mler & Hilllner, : - ^bmDoo* Kiosk, Thxbrovl. : ...V .. ...... 1-';1 - mibn*ry€!aes Wednesday. A SPECIAL INVITATION TO HOUSEWIVES - ' ' ' Before going eleewh&re to buy, we extend to you a cordial invita tion to come and inspect our great Window Display of OBOCKEBY, GLASS WARE, ana ENAMEL WARE, the finest on the South Coast. Everything shown is of the latest and most useful design, the quality is of the best, and as you will see, the prices are moderate i to an unsurpassable degree, , Crockery High-grade in de signs and. shapes, which range from the extremely use ful to the dainty and artistic from the most famous British Potteries. Our delicately - shaded Tea Ser- - vices are perfect dreams. Just what you want for your handsome little tea table. Splendid Stocks for replacing. Glass Ware The finest ever imported. A splendid selection! — Jam Jars, Tumblers, ? Butter Dishes, Vases, all of the most modern make and design. I ?...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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MOUNT KEMBLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

MOUNT KEMBLA. m | For this pay the mine has ^or'cel if nine days. This fortnight work will I be continuous up to (Good Friday.; ? Altogether eighteen batohelor? cots a aro being converted into CottpgeS for ;l small families, and there is demand 9 for many more. 1 The subscribers to the Patriotic 1 Funds have agreed to let their^ con tributions go to the Belgian Fun^« The concert arrianged by Mrsj *.'aw ^ vie, in aid Of the Lady Dudley, Fund, realised fifteen pounls. £440 besides materials havc'gbce from here to these funds St. Clement's Church has been well filled by the mission of Father Good man during the past few diys, Mr. W. Jones, Secretary of Colli-- t cry Lodge,, has gOne to Ballarot on 1 / - a trip which will end ,in a wpde^ngf A' social in aid of s St. Cla^ient's Church fuhds . takes place fn 23rd , April. ' ? \ 1 '/ .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

I Fashion's Favourites p - . ' : ' ' ' . F0R ' ll;-;'. . AWAIT YOU AT I Walter Lance & Co.'s, BIS-, ^ ! ^ . ' ; .? ' ' I ' | - WOLLONGONG r !:iTIlE BEPAHTMEITT. B In the variety of its Styles, and in the Richness of its Colourings, our COSTUME DEPARTMENT I: is a complete Exposition of all the Latest Novelties in Dress for the coming Season ft OurSTOCK of AUTUMN DRESSE8 comprises some of the most Exquisite Creations in the newest and ~ most lovely Materials III?®' ? . ' ? ' I? Note, we keep in close and constant touch with, the Chief Fashion Centres. If you are particular to have It \ yourClothing right-up-to-the-minute in Style this means much to you. You ought to pay us a visit. jp£%-V- ?' 1 ~ ' - ' I; New and Exclusive designs 'in LADIES' COAT and SKIRT COSTUMES in Tweed, Cloth, or Serges. I SPORTS' X30ATS in Wo ol and Felts. |T WEED COATS. CARACUL COATS in Black and Colors. | MOTOR COATS. { ? - . . N ? I ? gjgE-.V^.'.- .... ? ? — I — - ? ? . gfetfV*.- i ?? ; . ? ? , - - *...

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German Humanity League Denounces Militarism. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Germain Humanity League |H ' Denounces Militarism. * IB The following declaration address^ ed to the workers of the . world has been issued by tne Committee of clip ; H Gterman Humanity League:— '«M Dear Comrades;— Already we notice t ^ from statements in the Austro-JbLun- , ^9 garian Press that the outraged pro-' letariat of the Dual Empire at last ^ .^h| realises that the V iennese Oovern- ^9 uient has been the abject creature *3 and catspaw. of the inhuman miiita- ?? rist clique at Berlin, and that the j millions of innocemt women and chil- |j dren, suffering in want and anguish ^ in tJaiicia and Poland, are in a plight not less distracting or shame-- ;- ful than that of their Belgian bre~ ^ % thren. Austria is now seeking to *JS stop the tragedy and beseeching the % aid of the Watican to obtain for herself terms from the Allied Pow1- ^ m ers. In G«rnxant it is manifest that j Socialists' in the lieichstag have been ^ M, cowards, with one or two excep- j tions. The manful courage...

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