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TELEPHONE GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

TELEPHONE GUIDE 06 Abbott & Mason, Moatone. 110 .. Aldook, R., Bcaumnnaris. 10 Alloendalo Stud Farm, Mentonae. 08 Alnutt, G. T., Cheltonham. 102 Amess, R, L., Cheltonham, 158. Baldorstono, J, T,, Mentone. 80 Ballantyne, J. M.,, Mordialloo, '48 Barnett, W. H.I, Moorabbin. 240 Baxondale, A., Mordialloo. 2,5 Bavington, S,, Mordialloc, 6 Beaumaris HIotel, Beaumaris, 157 Boeavia, G, I,, 'Moorabbin, 155 Bonazloy, J., Choltonham. 170 Book, J, T. D,, Black Rook, 100 Book, Vie., Black Rock. 111 Benovelent Asylum, Chelt. 184Y Billings, W, M,, Carrum. 100 Bingle, M?s; H. C., Sandring'.m 91M Bishop, F, C,, Chelsea. 183 Black, A. H.,.Sandringham. 178 Blannin, A. L., llackl Rook, 177 Blonoowe, J. R., Mentone. 1.08 Blyth, MIrs,. E. F,, SandringhIam 224 Bradshaw, 1, E. I t., onai, 10 Bridge Hotel, Mordialloe.. 97 B]3gidino. Convet, b~bitoi, .. 171 Br6waiW. J, 0.; S nidrii u!dI 380 Buohaun, ., MRenton.. 91J Burrows, R, M., Carrnihi 28 Butler, J,, Choltonhlaw, 330 Camorou, L., Sandringham. 11...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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THE DAIRY. WHAT IS THE MATTER? [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

TIIE DA: Y, WHAT IS THE MAITTEI ? Talkinlg. with a farmer not ' long since about the present demands up on the man who tills the soil, he said : "Sometimes I got almost discour agpd, It seems as though . the col leges and ,you editors were crowding the farmers along faster than we know what td do, It didn't used to be so. The demands for this and that cliange are couiing thicker and faster." We do not wonder that some farm ors feel like this, The minds of men are getting greatly stirred as to the necessity for more and better know ledge, for better meth~ds concerning 'the handling bf our farms, The very conservative farmer, like our friend above quoted, does not feel just clear that those things are just rilght so they feel uncertain, Likeo honest men, they want to do what is for the beat, They do not feel like ad mitting that they have beoon wrong in their understanding of their soil. They will confess that it does not act as it used to twenty-five or thirty years ago, Like most me...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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INFLUENCE OF FATNESS OF COW AT CALVING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

INFIUENCE OF FATNESS 01 0 oOW AT CALVING., An examination of the records of oficial tests with Holstein-Irlosian cows by one of the American oxperi mental stations showed that the fat content of the milk for a short time at the beginning of a lactation pe riod may have little relation to the real average, fat content of the milk produced by ,ihny partidular hnlmal. Investigations with cows. of various breeds and in different conlitions were carried out, and' it is concludedO that, providing the cow is underfed after calving, the percentage of fat in the milk for the first 20 or 80 days of the lactation period is in fluenced to a considerable exstnt by the f?tness of the cow at calving. In some cases this influence appeared to extend to a certain degree for at' least three months. A novel feature of a wedding cels. I;ratod at St. John's, Brooklands, near Manchester, recently, was the singing by the bride's sister of the well-known sentimental song "Be-' cause," during the signing of ...

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Terribly Tempted A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XV (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

Terribly Tempted A SIRIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. OHLAPT'IEI XV (Continued.) "It does, indeedl I" she said, struck with his manner "Now, if you, Mris. Stamer, were quite satisfied with Leolnard's deepest love, you would not sit here, day aftor day, hour after hour, with only books as your solace." ' "Weo may continue ar't in heaven," she said wistfully, but she crimsoned and clasped her hands. Long hadL she pondered tn the ouri ous anomalies, injustices, and ironies of lifoe. ho nuight be lonely, be oven forsaken; but hereo, on this now thres. hold of art, she could takoe her place; here at least was an aim, and repose. must come. Someno word afflatus hluh stolen into her brain. "'y the way, have you read these transations of Schmerts I lent youP" he asked. "Yes i They are crude," "Schminerts is no stylist; but there is immense depth and originality in his ideas." "Do you-do you think Leonard is ohangedP" she asked, softly, after a pause. She know then why Maudsley had lent her Sohnm...

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LATE FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

"LATE FOOTBALL •Cleltenharn Jniolos are requested, to be ini a tendauoe a tthe railway, plus not Isper than 2 p in. to day, ,s i, ".? onve.?rneo leaves thereat thait Mnle fo' Gat denvale, IElrteruwiok are in great: fettle: thi?: asoqn, ar.d it is believed that thev ,il pirobably have thB.seivioes or Dirialdso,; ~yho, played ith: Isedul, Iik eague 1t season, Tha (im~,er nle l"ady suppontors: eontertain ,he. visiting "lub i. With ifterlntiun te, 'I'hliis is,ta tilng tha. migliht po lfI'pg 'JO b ahiken oip by ,ldyl .FUppioi ti$ of other clubd, and so ht d to ureate a much bet;tor leeliitg. ie'tween onotestinum tamas. The fo!hlowiIt weie the godlkiokers f,.r Bhmok Iook list Satt'day, 28 18 .--.ampb ll 0, Creon 3, \Whit?ey2l : ;a'sS, Carter, HlRIv'O, Godon OariOrl. vn, 2 oach; DJi'idseoll, OtisIp, Blaok mmsn on eh eiohl . Blacmk Rook: ,it mnet ,ooabbi?n tAd:in;F at \oo6ablin,, Playelrs and pp;oi to: ii'. rcqiesieqitoirl I-mert the, rim, l; Oa; m¢?ePk ti3la,(,l fiho?k at/ 1;45 p i!,i:; ai...

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HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

iARRIERS. (';,rrl;b~ 'n0 ith Envi~more~ ·hRI rier), th 1 ethllam-Mordialloo hat, riers hi. · 4 .' miln pk lun-. at, Meh tnr" 1 i.t Siatnrdi?y. 'The p esi defl' C ', IT Kell. .r .11IItonh, :1 I .i vl,. c;, e-presidc1 (C . Vn.allnco) w r'o larent to ghivA the olub a star? oft T'h:. pack, with_, l., Wilson, as pace,,l 1ft the b.iths anttd marde towards "_Chelt?anbatr, tbhe a:t'os oa:ni., acmning aroind by tho Moor dilih.e, station. The paok lined utp on t;h Iauch for the two-mailo run in. The lpace was made very wnarip at the start, and some of the pack was left behind before the first quarter mile, Although the first man home was an Enniamore man, he had a hatrdstrnuggle to keep ahead of Daad .MCa.nley, T.ho order in which they finished was G. Hair (Ennis), Dad McAuleh (Chelt), R,' Cook 1l1ins), Globetrotter Wilson, Poppy Kt kland (Chell) The fact of some of tl e Ennislno ole men having to oome home in a motor car, shows that the pace was a welter,. Next SSaturday the club meets at Ke...

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

TENNIS . '!h" penling for the ses~ou 1(14 of the.Cheltenhbam Tennis Club fool~ phoo. t:n Saturday afteroon Ilnst and wais fvored by fine weathelr and a largo~" nttendance The vice-presidont' (J.- ir~ ,ntty) in , short speech, wel. ccr t;isitor ?i and wished success to the ct 0 ]I uring the ftorroon tea was vr-?evd by lady membels and ft nm, n . jyablic match was played wtit I I Wintianra club, resuilting in an , th?le visitors by ,7 names to 4". 'irdatra woere roepresenteil by s11·... ·':r, Miss Augwiu, Mo,?ors JTro?, .?r:onar, Tylor and Cullhb, and (C hsdi\ in by the Misses Chlaudlehr, Cnliu:. ' Peeres and Robinson, Mes, a Ch nn," Forenm-In, Ray isad Wo,:d

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The Panama Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

The Panatia Exhibitf . Australian fanoiers will be (liht ad to learn that the ('oioniweltalth is to be represented at the Patisina Ex 'hibition. The enterlprisiug 'fanier, .Mr. W.W'. Scott, of the Aheoifeldio Poultry .Ji'arn, Cheltenham, has de cided definitely': to ,tpC:ieai teiai,-of Aiutralinubred *'birds to theo gret world's' fair on the oooasion of, the opniiing of the Panama Canual, Mr. Scott is now in possession of ono of' the most'oextuensiv farms inl Vitorin, and he. isia breeder of the go-ah~l'l typeo;, never sticking'.at trifles when an opportunity offers itself to widen his sphere of knowledge The'Puana?ia Exhibitibn will boe a world's record breaker so farl, .as poultry is bon cerned, aind Auistralih, promises. through MIr. Soeitt, to be well repro 'sonted. Some time ago the Chelten 'haiin fncier joqlnoyeil to Greilt Bri, tuaiin inad broughit oat. ' flo team of 'stu'd 'birds, incelding numerous varie. :ties, and hiw breeding operationk have be?n-?.vwondorfully. sinicesf...

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CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

CARRUMN The Reoreation reserve committee metL on Thursday night at the Fire station to discuss the speoifioations for clearing the oval as drawn up by Messrs H, Rigby and W, M. Billings. Certaln minor adjust ments were deemed necessary and tenders are now being called in our advertising columns. There was no patriotio celebration in the township yesterday, This will ta;ke place n Monday Jnn, 8th, The ohildren will be trested to a -picnio dining bthe day and a picture show in the evening. Promine!t rPildents and oM'fler, of the Firo Brigade complain bitterly of the indifference and apathy of the ro sideuts towards what should he a first considerntion with them. If an outbreak of P!ro occurred in the dis trict, tihe member., of the above would be expected to turlll out and do theoir bcet to-quoll it,' but in th~ face of the poor support reecived ?rom the rosi dTnts, these shouhl not be disappoint ed if the brigade failed to do so. Three times recently oefforts hIave been mnado to hold...

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CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

CHELSEA, In order that the ratopayers and residents may have a more intimate knowledge of the proposed eleotrio lighting soheme about which they are asked to vote at the poll on the 6th prox., The Electrio Light Co. intend to hold three publio meetings, one at eaoh of the townships in the first week in Jaune, The meeot. ings will probably be at Chelsea on the 2nd June, Aspendale 3rd, and Carrum 4th, Very oreditable results have been achieved by soholars at the State sohool in the swimming lessons given them by Miss Ruedi and the head teaoher, Mr G. H. Rogers, The Royal H-Iumane Sooiety and Queen's medallion was won by Arthur Nau kivell, This is awarded to the child who is most successful in resoning and restoring the apparently drown. ed, Senior oortificates were awarded to Elva Roemus, Marjorie Connan, Stuart Bannerman, Arthur Nanki veil, Flrank Nar;kivall, Herbert Bar. foot, Ivan hlMorto, Johni Cannon, lhugh liht. Junior certificates to Leonard Cown, Hugh Hart, Horbert IBafoot, Li...

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SPORTING. MORDIALLOC GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

SPORTING. .i\ifRDIALiOc o OL tCLUt?. COompetitlon for trophies presented by Mr 2, W. bChapman, natd by the Clnb' probf?rsiai nal were held ]ast Yaturday, under the 'most favorabl, condilions, 1 hme weather wasn glor'ios whilst the fairway a;d greens showed a ,marked improve m nt, owing to the recent iains, i"he resul of the moilLning's pay ,nve the sercIetr,, 0, H, ? ogers, a lead, his gro., .?or, 89, being made up of two 4 's-the ibest 'gross score for tho day, 1'hi, wm, ht,,ten by J. 13 Woods in tl.e ,fierir'orm. his card showing 4-12 72. ..ll doubts as to the timxl re, tillt an lshed when L, J. Eglelton ha3ndd in lis card with a net score of (iU6, his laidicap being 20, The ladieh' comn petition was less exciting. i? R oly ,'ix teok out eards to ntay the nitw' holes. Mrs L. J. Egleton emulated her butband by catryhng off theladles' .ttp9hy with a net scor,'of, 42, n Miss Ioris Cook, the only scratch pla er who took outa caid, did the round in 50. The best cairds were-Men : ' Sc. ...

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DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

DANDENONG MARKET. r Dairy Cattle:. A fai' Fupplly of, milkers and sprincors, withll a larger iproport?o? than usunal of cood qtality rcows. 'l The market wan deoldely firmer, 'pe:iltll; for gnord sorts, Restnmilkors £9 10s to ~12.' s,s extra to£14 17s 6, oodrl to ,'9, others from x £4, best springers £8 to £11, goiod ,8 to ,'1 10s, 'Tl" following weore tho prlnhlpal lote- 7iikore: ?eossrs F Einsue del . to £1& 17a Od,, avernaiiga`ll il: Bb~oman co at £12 feP H Potter, 2 to £11 28 td, t Corrigan ro ati 110 7sIlnd,i HG Galillla 3 to L10 28 lid, 1) Master. one at 10, P J. Webb 4 to L9 ~5s, J Kirlkhmn ono at L2 12s 6d, QLe~n iu 2 2 to L9; ' T adigai. 5: to/to L8 17a8 6d, TP Wil\lns .2 to LR 17llsol Pri?,?,iB a T Rogers 4. to ,11, D. J lkuArk" I1?,t.L) 2e??t: 1 Ordidh 4 to L 1,10s, ( It I.clio5e to L147 -0sa lish' cows to IS 10s, store .(QvfS to L4 5, yOilgig .cttle 28s to 50s, 'Piga-A olderato sulpply of all desorip. tiosi alnd rates flr,", " halvte. A. fal supply andhigh. rates...

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Proposed Station at Parker's Road. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

Proposed Station at Parker's F oad. At last Monday's Concil lmeetinw, n, letter Was received from Mr 0. R, Snowbkll .M.L.A., in the course of whiob he ~stated that he hnad seen the Railway Commissjoners regarldine this proposal who had intimated they were not pi'teared to reopen the matter, Qn tlheih i"oent tour of in. -peotion of the line bthey had noted that settlement bad not ailraiced at that spot ,-He, Mr Probal surhi . gested that the Coanril shculd make the road leading from the ailway to the beaoh, this would possibly hasten a larger settlement there, Cr White in movipg that the letter be received nrged that Mr Snowball should be' asRed to arrange for ~ dleptation to the commissioners, In his opinion their attitude was inconsistent, they had already spent a lot of money in constructing a statlion at Seaford, where there was praotioally no populition. They were also con. sideringp tlhe ereciinn of a station at Edithv'ale Read: where the permanent vrpulation' was, no larerv th...

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SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

SAND RINGHIAM. A most enthusiastiu gathering of residents filled the Public Hall last Monday evening, to bid adieu to Mr. 3illespie, who, for the last eighteenr and a-half yours, has' illed the posi tiont of heaond teacher of the. State schlool, and who is now retiring from the Department. The chnir was taken by Mr, do IToelell Story, the chair. mani of the school committee, and tlie audience was one of the most repre sentativo ever seen in tlhe district. The eovening's. proceedings were divided into two parts. In the earlier portion a programme of musioal and elocutionary items was gone thrqugh, Tlhe entertainmentl; was opened by an overturo l4v Miss Bates and Miss Groves, followed by an addiess fromr the chairman. Messrs. Day and Bird rendered a duet, after which enmo a song from ,Miss Sut.ton One of the best received items on the programmn was Mr. Toohey's de soription of£ how , rank outsider lowered the ten mile horse-racing re cord, and lostlhiis tail in the effort. Mr. Turner ...

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The Matches. CHELTENHAM v MOORABBIN. Cheltenham Wirs. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

The Matches. HELITENHAM v MOORABBIN. SOheltenham Wirs. The meeting of the above clubs, which took place at Moorabbin on Saturday last, was looked forward to with interest by the supporters of both teams, and a good close game anticipated, each being on top of the ladder for premiership honors, and doubt was manilfest which should tumble down a rtung, The ground was in perfect order, having received much benefit from the rains that had fallen the day or two proviously, and the weather (from the spectators' point of view) delightful, wi h the result of a good attendanot of enthusiastic followers, Cheltenham looked well after their spe'l, and took the field with con fideuce. Moorabbin also considered their chances rosy, and were in the pink of condition F. Biehl for Cheltenham, was in doubt as to stripping on account of a cold but was eventually prevailed upon to don the unifoim. Burns of Moor sbbln, was alloted the onerous duties Q.uties of rover, in place of Scudds, who so faithfully...

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An Effective Instrument. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

'An Effeotive Instrument.. - A atorY wllh a g Imly dramatice tur, is .told " of 'Joli nl ight while nin- a. v;islt to Ircldfid. The famrus sitatosiiiin i. went wilkling onb. day i '-the -County T''ipieorary Seeiong a man w:ith?h?is coat ff 3 iobrkling in thl fieolds, he went up and talked to him: ' '"Are you the tenantof this. farm?" Irigst began. S"Yes," replied the man., "You have a coimfortableuplace???" "Yes, Indeed, coml'fortalle orugh," "You haye a. good landllord ?" "Yes, I have no coli?plint to make of hln.'.' "lie has made the place conmfort able for you ?" "Not at all; all that you seeC I have done mnyself. I have builk and ir'ained and fenced and done every thing with my own hands and my little bit of money." "Then you hold unlder a long lease ?" "Not at all; I never saw thoe like. I hld from year to year," "llit then you must have groat ronlidenco in your landlorid ?" "'Yes, I have confldence enough." "]lut assuredly you must hold somn sort of instiument 9 You can not he...

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CARRUM v. CAULFIELD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

CARRUM v. CAULBFIELD DIS. TRICT. These teams met on the.prond of the first mentioned last ~JMnol, The ]ocal teallyed with only 14 mejn ~.RnPioboolboys. During the ihrst quarter Caulfleld had it all their own way; in the second Carrum put up a good fight, but from the inter. val onwards had no show whatever, Caulfield romping home winners by 20'7 to Carrum 1,.3. The best players'for Carrum were A. Gralham, S. Irwin, Hanning, and Davis.

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£ S. D. of Church and Bar. WHAT BISHOPS PAY THEIR TAILORS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

7:'S; D,..of.Church and Bar. W;iviA'TI fli.il Q'S:r S PAY rIr R... TAILORfA. '-Thc ire mo' cert~n :,lprofessions whlch you camint e nte? wilic;tl t! pn yin " hidaVy tailor's lill. There is no . choice, /ti ir bian i lbids yOU to di;i oitout : ceittiai e Oplieive art! cles of inin?mtt,: OY'?\i ciniiot begii youi' work :i tilthout inivoklng tile tal-: lo;, lir..li :'.ypu advan? i lin tiiho e Professions without furtheri heavy toll " Siake ltle 4g,. .profession. .You can t.iass youi'a m.ainations, '..eat vour dinners, get "clled," but you caunot taikoe a l'i'el iand get ito .yolk until you havo :iin. Up theil following little account : liar gownl: . " ,'.".!; wi' (andl case for same), .jdl i6s; ;.,btnds, 6s 'I all your 'siulf s ai gay in colour you mnst g'at ? drlk one for . wearing in ..douit,: say ., .ilOs. The total is £12 's, :-Aind tHio.e barristcr comes .off.. fhtly i: thft'r dia: ll W tlhen h "tiakeB thereI lie 011e .... A pai'soil is ipt in for the fdllow lng : Cassock, e0s, ; ...

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ELLINDALE v GLENHUNTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

E [LINDALE v GLENHUNTLY, These teams met last Saturday on the ground of the former near McKinnon station, it is rather nicely situated, and the rain during the week had the effect of putting it iln splendid order for the game. There is one thing conspicouos by its absence viz, a dressing shed for players to change in, the local team changed in an adjacent stable, but the visitors were obliged to do so in the open, no doubt this is a matter that w!ll be attended to when the rew reserve is obtained, Tho teams were as follows: Ellindale, T. itannaford (c), A, H?nuaford, Daik 3, C4¶mming, Cormick, Wadsworth. Buffery, Wilkinson, Howes, Morehead, Lees, M'Loghen, Thyne, Elms, Moore, Glenhuntly, Garden (c), R, Vohlander, Bulke, Eyres, Taylor, Gillion, Birnie, Bishop, Paterson, Lid, L. Laid, Kettle, Osberg, J. .'orrie, Long Cunningham, W, Hornsey, Sorkies. The ball was bounced by the um. pire at 3-10, and for a considerahle time the play was all over the ground favouring neither side in part...

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ASPENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 23 May 1914

ASPENDALE. The. friends of lMr Fuston wiil be pleased to learn that he is now re. covering from his recent naooident, The progress has been somewhmat slow, which to a patient of Mr Funston's energy has beeon all the more trying, liowever, aill's well that ends well, and the compulsory spell may eventually prove a bless aig, The footbnll match betweeu the As penidale and Chelsea Fire Brigades look plell on Sil aturday afternoon lust, in the Attlenllorough Park, The uttendanul ce was smanll, little ilnterest lieing shown, more especlialllly by tilhe Aspeadlites, Owing to the Aspen llo nmelmbers not: showilng suflentCf t.lprit do corps their tenu had to he made up of sllubstitutes from the1Chol sl mlc!mboers., Thle lgame was umpired by [Mr. Joe h1mw, lthe old-tinue league ollicial who did his dluty well, in spite of onle player, \\'who, ulnawalre of Ilis idenlltity, iiito'iiedl himi he did not knlow the rules. The ?mue was oln by Chelsea, with 10 goals 10 behidl< to Aspenlda...

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