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THE INSTRUCTOR'S CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

THE INSTRUCTOR'S CAREER. The following are some of Pearce's per formances : — In Victoria beat Atwood, Moi.'is Ewaas, Jack LonTj, Seabf :;jlit, Mar tin M'Caffoi-y, Dan Leahy (ttfice). draw with Andve Cbrtatol, de'ep-ted Chi-',U)1 bbree weekfa a'.jcrnards. After seveitil other matcbea in Melbourne, In which Pearce was successful., lie tiave'.ed tl'ioujh the nriucina.1 Australian towns, offeinar £25 to auy man able -o gam a fa'C I'.cm b.:m in 25 minutes wrestling, or any person whom be failed to down i'i 10 uimui«s. During his tour he beat over 30 ineu, nerer tak-ng mote than fix minutes., and reeev losing a fall. He offered the fcai.ie sum to any man perforunag 1-'6 foals of strength. At Bro'ien Hill he defend Dave Green and W. Williams, ana in nve monilis at the Barrier ho vested and conquered over 20 men, including W. Dr'bcoli, Joe Northy, Dick Guy, Jack Maddiibrd. and Dan Lee. After leaving tl-o Bc^'ei' Pearce returned to Melbourne whe'.e lie held the position of atiiletic aad gym...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

Labor Notes. The Labor Party of Queensland are jubilant at their success in the second jatoh of elections. Fifty-two mem bers have now been returned out of the 72 seats, and the strength of the parties, as far as can at present be udged by returns, is ; — Ministerial, 34 ; Opposition, S ; Labor, 7 ; Inde pendent, 6. The Labor Party ? lpst a «eat at Bundaberg. ax tne tormai declaration or tue poll for North Brisbane Sir Charles Lilley said he was not a little proud of the confidence which 917 indepen dent electors of Brisbane North had shown in him. That vote was entirely independent and above the influence of any menace from any institution in thiB city. He stood before the elec tors that day defeated for the first time in his life, but ee intended to try again. He knew how the majority against him had been obtained, and when the time came, as come it would, it would be for his successful competitors to pay the price for that majority, It has been decided by a public meeting at Char...

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THE CLUB ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

THE CLUB ROOM. The promises in Collins-street, situated near tbe Coffee Palace, leased by the Hobart Athletic Club, having undergone thorough renovation are now complete for the use oc persons desiring to cultivate a taste for at'-letfc exercises. The club, winch con sists of the leading gentlemen of the town, was forti'uate iu securing t-o services of Mr. Harry Pearce, the well-Vnown athlete as instructor. Since Mr. Pearce receiccd b-s coumiiss'on he lias gone hea-t and soul ?nrr\ Iiis wnrl- and haa the sa-'B?aci;ion ol Uoowing that he has under bis cUarge a large room, 90/t. loag, fitted with all appl'ances necessary for ath'.eies.as well as double roivuiar machine, wj'ch reraised becomes a chest e':-auder. Anovel-;y i'dIto daced by Mv. Peavce to Ausaal'a is a French climbing board, also a set of French bai-belis. There are ivro fast punching ba'ls and a slow one, giving the novice in puTfilism an idea how to punch. Tlie Grecian rings afford ample scope for body exercise, whilst t...

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HOBART ATHLETIC CLUB. SOME LIVELY CONTESTS. THE MILLER-WELSH 8-ROUND GO. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

Hobart athletic Club. SOME LIVELY CONTESTS. THE MILLER- WELSH 8-ROUND GO. The opening of the iiobart Athletic UluD hist Monday evening was the occasion of bringing together our local sports and members of the new club to witness a series of boxing contests. The gymnasium was well filled, and the anangements proved to be admirably adapted to the re quirements of the boxers and the audieace, Mr. Pearce opened proceedings at about li:ilf-nn_qf K liv a short snAnnh. He trusted that patrons would give him every assist ance in keeping things orderly and good humored. The apparatus of the gymna sium could not be seen tbat night, but lie would be pleased to show any person in terested during the day. Bill Evans and George Smith were then announced as two friends in a four-vound go. The play was very lively, Smith evidently was two much for his man. Bill retired af tor three rounds. Lyons and Lewis furnished an amusing exhibition which caused no end of fun, and then two t liends stepped into...

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Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago, [By Riegel.1 (Continued from our lout.) After inspecting the Nook we pro ceeded to the northern end, where, on the eastern side, lies one of Dame Nature's many freaks — the Tesse lated Pavement. This consists of a large space of flat and almost level rock, which is divided into squares by flaws in the process of formation in suoh a manner as to give it the ap pearance of an immense piece of pavement. Our next move was for the Blow Hole, and proceeding thither we came to a place where we had to walk over some flat rocks, in -which was the deep imprint as of a human foot, and close alongside a small round hole. TIub, we were informed by our guide, was the spot where Tasman landed from his boat, the impressions being made by his one foot and his wooden leg, as he stepped on the shore. Inwardly concluding that the party who be lieved this explanation was as soft ob the rock must have been on Tasman's landing upon it, and swallowing the information with a su...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

eLAOKEI^Y. ' But still hie tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting clack, Set all men's ears upon the rack.'— Hodibrib. The Melbourne theatres are doing bad business of late. In some quarters the daily press is being held particularly re sponsible for this state of affairs, as those that know say the public becomes nause ated by the fulsome and flattering criti cisms served up by the papers quite irre spective of the merits or demerits of the piece or company. So it turns out that the more the press puffs the smaller the attendance. Our local press should make a note of this. Last week ' half screws' were heard of in Melbourne. Geo. B. Sims and Robert Buchanan have been collaborating. Their latest play, 'Black Dominoes' — no connection with Pink of that ilk — was produced at the Adelpbi last month. The lady-whistler — Miss Ethel Baynton — who warbles at Melbourne ooncerts, and who is described as a 'pretty young English lady,' by some Melbourne scribes, is a Tasmaniain hailing from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

:;irrl «p h b a vmm STkr u. I ?'!?-? OONTMnJffftiiSUOCESS OF \ I ^WALT€« 8CNTLEY, ' 'One of the greatest living aofcors.' —Melbourne Standard. Will be Supported by the Full Strength of a Specially Selected COMPANY OF AETISTS, In the following Great Standard Dramas. TO-NIGHT. The Powerful Psychological and Sensa tional Drama in which Henry Irving made his name and fame, 44 The Bells.' MATHIAS (the Burgomaster) ... j ? WALTER BBNTLET I To be followed by the Charming Comedietta, in one act, The Day After the Wedding i\ MONDAY, MAY 15th, THE LADIES' NIGHT. Bulwer Lytton's Eomantio Love Play, The Lady of Lyons, OB, LOVE AND PRIDE. Claude Mblnotte ... Walteb BENTLET TUESDAY, MAY 16th, Shakespeare's Ihhobtal Tbaqedt, 'Macbeth' MACBETH ... WALTER BENTLET WEDNESDAY, MAY 17th, GEEAT SCOTCH NIGHT, Under the Patronage of the Scottish Com munity of Hobart, ' Rob Roy.' Bailie Nicol Jabvie ... Walteb Bbktlbt THURSDAY. MAY 18, COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TENDERED TO Walter Bentley. Particulars See Daily ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

THIS DAY, SATUEDAY. Brownell Bros. will hold a GEEAT CLEARING SALE FASHIONABLE EEMNANTS EVEEY DESCEIPTION. DRESSES. MANCHESTER. Tasmanian Tweeds Calicoes Serges Flannels Meltons Sheetings Amazon Cloths Forf are Epingles Shirtings British Tweeds Flannelettes Shot Eepps Hollands Bengaline Tablings Cashmeres Cretonnes Art Muslins Ribbons FUENISHINGS. Laces. Carpets, Linoleums, Matting, Oilcloths, Boom-papers, etc. N.B.— Must be Sold Regardless of Cost. BE0WNELL BEOS., 80. 82. 84. LIVEEPOOL-STBEET, Geo. L. Nettlefold Wishes to inform his friends and the public that having disposed of his business in Liverpool street he has TAKEN A LEASE OF THE BILLIARD - EOOM, EOCK HOTEL, and placed it under the manage ment of Hie beotheb, and being also in constant attendance himself those who patronise the room can rely on being treated with every respect. M TAP FIELD, . HOUSE, ESTATE, & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, STOCK EXCHANGE, COLLINS-ST. The Cheapest Shop for ALL SMOKERS' REQUISITES is W. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

Led; Mule a hy i 205CA6ES i '-' IsT El 'W Winter Clothijig ;l ? ?1 and I ? : 10 CASES j of the i LATEST STYLES ? i — it of Materials for bis TAILORING DEPARTMENT jj Although he has entirely given up I his Drapery Business, he reminds bis a patrons that he is continuing his ; TAILORING & CLOTHING ' 3 BUSINESS ! ,!J ? '* at % ? , j 80 Murray - street, f this being now | HIS SOLE ADDRESS. i MEN'S SUITS, MEN'S OVERCOATS, BOYS' SUITS, : BOYS' OVERCOATS, JUVENILE SUITS, juvenile overcoats, i the biggest stock ?? in theIsland. 80 murray -si ree t e ! ! IMPORTANT NOTICE. EDWARD MULCAHY j begs to inform his friends in Hobart ,i| and throughout the Colony that, rift having disposed of the whole of the 1 J Drapery stock in his late establish 'f» ment, 96 Liverpool-street, to Messrs. ! W. Henry & Co., he is now giving his entire attention to the -i — « T A I L 0 R I N G , t CLOTHING, -j ? and ' i MEN'S MERCERY business, which will be continued at : 80 MURRAY - STREET, which will...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

MINING NOTESHNB TIPS f_B* ' G»omi?,'3 lamggladto find that mV#' tips' lam Streams, and^Junctions all ittJpro^edinaBie: stook(Jnarkeb,i(9ueenB also impepyedandthen dropped; but this might .vjave been ex pected inasmuch as some - holders were, aniriousto take advantage of the rise ana: fcnyinto lower^nioed stocks, and a fall *f. sixpence frightened the timid ones into parting. -Some*f-those who sold at the., SoweBfc*flgure -MaohSd^hissreek are now Al.«Bs«» *l*aiMltni4 liiMr njathA fdinraa in this holders should not permit - the jealous vaporings' of discharged employees to frighten them. The Queen mine now speaks for. itself, and like good wine 'needs no bush.' To purchase Queen shares may now be regarded as making a good invest ment. There will be a further rise in this stock shortly. Westerns have been rising rapidly and will see ajhigher figure. The output from the mine is good, and there is a lot of talk about dividends in the near future. The directorate will act wisely in starti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

r-Y APPOINTMENT. William Beecroft, VETEBINABY SUBGEON, BATHURST STREET, HOBART. 85 YEAES' PBACTICAL KNOWLEDGE. Instructions from Country immediately attended to. A few TESTIMONIALS selected from many: W. Beecroft has bad the oare of my horae that roe eo badly atekscl. 1 have every reason to be rail satisfied with his treatment. It was a ease leeding much oare and skill, both of whioh were Aly supplied by the vet. in Question. I have no leStatfon in reoommending him in a similar class -foase. EDwABD L. 0B0WTHEB, M.D. llsroh 20,1886. ? Bib —I wish to bring under the notice of the publio generally that a very valuable »ire horse of Une was taken very UL and I telegraphed to Mr. Webster and several other of my friends in Hobart md others, in the hope to find and fprwardan Dxpert in the matter of veterinary surgery. 'After m£y efforts in several directions I at last secured theservioes of Mr. Wm. Beeoroft, who left Hobart md attended to the matter assiduously, and through bis skill and p...

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NURSES' HOME BAZAAR [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

Nurses' Home Bazaar A bazaar was opened on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock by Lady Dobson in the new Nurses' Home, Argyle-street, the proceeds of which are to be devoted to purchasing articles necessary to complete the furnishing of the building. In the course of her remarks Lady Dobson stated that the Government were not in a position to provide money for all the furniture re quired for the home, hence the bazaar to properlv equip the building. The atten dance was large and the sales were brisk, at the close of the day cIorb upon J3100 being realised. The various stalls wore presided over as follows: — Vegetables — Nurses Hedberg and Roberts ; fancy work — Sister Kirby and Miss Ogilvy (Rich mond); provisions — Mrs. Oldhain and Nurse Orrj poultry, etc. — ifesdames Bright, Butler, Wolfhagen, O'Brien, and Howard Wright. The articles were contributed by «x-patients, the nurses, and thoir friends, who all responded liberally. During the day the Chief Secretary, Hon. Adyc Doug las, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

The Hobart I Exchange.! STAFFORD BIRD AND CO. ? Having secured convenient and com- H mbdioufi premises in the New Market H (Exhibition Building), Hobart, we H liavo removed from our old premises, H 1 Davey-stroet, and are now carrying H 3D business as H Property, Produce, Stock, and Share H Brokers H House, Land, and Estate Agents Wt Shipping and Carrying Agents ^B General Merchants and Commission ^R igento . H Everyone wishing to buy, sell, or lease fl| Souses, Lands, Farms, or Orchards, should W& communicate with us. ^H Careful attention will be given to all ^M commissions for the purchase or sale of ^M Stock, Shares, Produae, or other Property. |H No better Depot or Saleroom can bo found jH in the city for Farm, Orchard, Garden, and »J Dairy Produce. ^9 We solicit regular consignments of Bacon, |H Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Hay, Oats, Wheat, jB Chaff, Potatoes, Vegetables, Fruit, etc., and H undertake to return the best prices obtain- H able. fl| Consignments of all kinds may....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

Jas. Sargeant, STOCK AND 6HABEBBOKEB AND COMMISSION AGENT. deBires to inform his town and country friends that he has STABTED DOING - BU6ENESS as above and will be pleased to ', receive oommiasions. Address, HOBABT STOCK EXCHANGE or 85 Murray street. Royal Aromatic Q Condition Food for HOESES, CATTLE, FOWLS, PIGS, &o. Secured an Award Melbourne Exhibition, 1888. IN BAGS ONLY, 8s 6d. *j None Genuine without our Trade Markand Title. Manufactured by W. BOON & CO. 10 ABGKYLE-STEEET, Hobart. GAS ENGINE FOB SALE, very cheap, 2 4-man power. Apply Paton and O'Brien, Clipper office. fi Robert Jackson, tl THE PEOPLE'S LPTEBAEY PABULUM - and POCKET FBIEND, tS STILL STUDYING HIS FBIENDS' INTEEESTS, BOTH IN KEEPING THEM j WELL INFOEMED WITH FULLEST SPOBTING NEWS and supplying it at Lowest Prices. SPOBTING STANDAED ... 8d. I EEFEBEE ? ?.. 4d. SPOETSMAN ? i. 3d. AUSTEALASIAN ? 6d. CLIPPER ? ??? Id. 102 LIVEBPOOL-STBEET. - B. BEETT, 78 Collins-street, FISH ?MONGEB and Poulterer. Fre...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

Football Notes. [Bt Book.] To-day Hobart 25 v. City seniors will; phjy# non-premiership match on (he asso ciation^jground at jJisdon, the proceeds of whiohrWe to be devoted to making,improvo montsin the ground. . Mr. Marsden hopes, that sufficient will be raised to defray the/ cost of laying the water on to the players' room and oneforftwo minor improvements. Thomas, an Adelaide printer, will pro bably be appointed umpire to thoS.T.P,A. ' ?JFhVfi&irway were to have played the nest 25 to-day, but for some reason the reaana ujacK declined at tne last moment to play. It is rumored that the Locos are particularly strong this season, and that they refused to play to-day because it was not thought advisable to expose then hand. The difficulty with regard to the umpir ing does not show any sign of improvement. So far there is no word from the Victorian Association, and it looks as if there is going to be a deadlock in football. Let us hope that the clubs will show common sense and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

A Marvellous Medicine! Relief In 10 minutes FOE COUGHS, OOIiDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. INFLUENZA, SORE THROATS, Em, NO REMEDY EQUALS DRAKE'S Pectoral Balsam of CARRAGHEEN (Ob IEISH MOSS), (registered). It is the Most Popular and Success ful Cough Mixture in Pharmacy, and is everywhere recommended by the faculty. It Soothes the Inflamed Membrane Breaks up Irritating Mucus, Allaye Coughing, and Induces Repose. As a Family Medicine no household should be without it. ~ Obtainable at all Chemists in Is., Is. 6d., and 2s. 6d. Bottles. SOLE PROPRIETORS, Drake and Co., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS Corner MURRAY AND COLLINS STS. HOBART. l ? ESTABLISHED 1834.

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

Music and the Stage. [By Krino.] Walter BePtloy aud h's clover company of jirCscs finished last week with a very good double bill on May 6. ' G AEEICK ?? AND 'CEAMOND DEiG.' His David GarWck ranks amoDg t,ie best we have seen in Eobertson's sparkling comedy. Both as the enthujiastictra^eilian and the private gentleman he appea-'ed to perfection. Bis artistic moderation i.i the so often overacted — deserves., with many o.'her fine points brought out by 1'im throughout tbe p'ay, all commendation. The ladies especially Miss VirJenne n* Ada lugot, helped materially to the ' 20 ' of the piece which was excellent. Tiie telling scene between G^.rrick aud Ada In tbe former's lodging was for above tno com mon. Reappearing a few minutes after as Jock Howieson, ti)e miller of Oramond Bi':£, Walter fJentley's oxquhitoly pa»Ky Edinboro' broad Scotch acted JiVe a spell and a transformation ou the audience. An Edinburgh or Glasgow onecou'.d not hate been more deb' gh ted with the tuorongh North Bi...

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SPOT TIT BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

SportJit Bits. The London Field of March 4th says :— Full Captain,by Millersdale — Dear Eleanor, who was purchased by Mr. ' Keatinge for the modest sum of .£10, made a capital show in the Waterloo Cup, and apart from not having the best of luck when he went down before the ultimate winner, over whom he was showing pace, he will be remembered from the fact of bis having put an end to the great Fullerton's career. Paddy Fanton was quite the hero of tne day as he led Full Captain back, and was subsequently introduced to Col. North, had stayed in Ireland. 'Begorra, sir,' was tie rejoinder, 'if money hadn't been so scarce, I'd have been over a couple of years ago to l- if e ye.' A story illustrative of the aptitude of the noble savage for picking up the vices of the Pakeha comes from Now Zealand. It will be remembered (says the Wanganui Herald) that a protest was entered against Eve being awarded the stakes in the race won by her on the second day of a recent meeting. The protest was hel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

PREMIER H DRESSMAKINGS Establishment, fjjik Noel White ANDCO.'S II SPECIALTIES ii for . :^jj AUTUMN ?'&$ and ;*4'$ WINTER ^p season, :;,t;:f ?*'??£: COSTUME COMPLETE, perfect ftl ' f« and in the latest style, ha ??r'-'.i'f. 30/- Homespuns, Meltonfl. i-;'-,*. v Net cash. Fancy Checks, Tweede, .- ?jfi Foules, Beige, etc., etc. '?-,'' /Pi Send for samples. ' -r V' COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor '.£^$ made, in any of following 'j 'A -4, materials, Plain and Fancj','-.;/:;^ Navy and Blaek Sergea '}-?.'??'% Bengalines, English anAl;';-5.i 39/6 Scotch Tweeds, Wool Diagor'if'.' | Net cash, nals, Corduroy Amazon ;s\^igi Cloths, Cashmeres, Home1* ^ijM spunB, Fancy Check Tweeds ' ; ,' ??? ?_-?£? etc., etc. ;\ v'yjl A marvel for style and price3 ' *ij; Send for samples. -AS* COSTUME COMPLETE, tailoi-- v0 made Silkspot Cheviot^. -.-^ Cotilles, Epingles, Crooc-' ':'?]£*?* dile and Flake effects ipl'r^i Tweeds and Homespun^iari'.ig 50/' Fancy Cheviots, Vicuntu6,^§| Net cash Navy and Black Sergei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 May 1893

i . -?. ? — ? ? For Sydney (Direct) THE FAST AND POWERFUL S.S. 'TASMANI A,' 2252 Tons (By far the Largest Vessel in the Trade), PEECY W. BULL, Commander, Leaves Dunn-street Pier, Hobart, on TUESDAY, 23rd May. Splendid Spacious Promenade Decks, Electric Light Throughout the Ship. Large and Well-Ventilated State Booms. Fore Cabins Unsurpassed in any Vessel Afloat. FARES— Saloon, 4Os., Return 60s. Forecabin, 20s., Return 30s. Launceston to Melbourne. THE EXPRESS. PASSENGER, S.S. 'COOGEE,' FEED. CARRINGTON, Commandee, Leaves Launceston Wharf (saving the necessity of transhipment) at 2.15 p.m., after arrival of Honart Express Train on the following days : MONDAY, 8th, ? FWR4WET&NESDAY, 17th. FARES — Saloon, 25s ; Return, 40s. Fore-Cabin, 15s ; Return, 25s. Launceston Agents: The Tasmanian Woolgrowers' Agency Co., Limited. Hobart Offices : Lower Davey-street. HUDDART, PARKER & CO., Limited. FOOTBALL. ST.F. ASSOCIATION OPENING MATCH. This Day^May 13. CITY v. HOBART (25). Tr...

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