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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 August 1866

SWnrtttS ïtttellljett«. ARRIVALS. -August 20.-Sea Spray, S3 tons. Mills, mas- ter, from Sharks Bay. Cargo-30 tons sandal- wood. Same day.-Palestine, 427 tons. Captain W. Johnson, from London, with general cargo; and 47 steerage passengers, and a Surgeon Superin- tendent. Bate of departure, 1st May, 1866 111 days out. 21.-Favourite, 46 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay and Port Gregory. Pas- sengers-Messrs. J. Bateman, H. Gray, Mas- ters, Burns, Kelly, Lewington, Willis, and I prisoner. Cargo-40 bags flour, 90 casks oil, and a quantity of sandalwood. 2S.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, E. Pettit, mas- ter, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers W. Forrest, Mrs. Forrest, Miss Simmonds and G. Flower. Cargo- 41 trusses hay, 32 kegs butter, I cask wine, 3 pkgs. bacon, 3 do. leather, 2 bags gum, 5 do. wheat, 59 do. potatoes, I case eggs, and sundries. DEPARTURES. August l8.-Hying Foam, 36 tons, Cobb, master, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Dr. Elliott, Mr. Smyth, and T. Anderson, wife and 3 children. C...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 August 1866

FOR ADELAIDE. THE Schooner LETTT, GRAHAM, Master, will sail for tiie above port about the 30th instant. . \ For Passage apply-to - . T. & tí. .CARTER A<Jo. Fremantle, Augußt 1866. ^-?? I- ? I !?? «J - ???????^????-- ? ? » I ????.M Sale of Real Property in fi w " -.Fremantle, By Order of the Mortgagee. O» MONDAY, THE 3BD OF SEPTEM BEB NEXT, AT NOON, IE. SAMSON WILL Sell by Public Auction at his Mart - _m Fremantle :- - THOSE eligible and well-known pre- mises adjoining the Castle Hotel, elate in the occupation of Mr. O. Lodge. ALSO, The Fremantle Town Lots 537 and 557, situate near St. John's Church, and comprising excellent building and garden ground. Terms-at Time of Sale. MËW.JJ.HÂRW00DA1C0. . WILL sell by Public Auction, at North - Fremantle, on THURSDAY, the 30th I ' instant THE whole of a Tannery Plant, con- sisting of Curriers' Tools, Tables, &c., &c. A quantity of Leather of different de- scriptions. Water-tight Boots. . Household Furniture....

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EVENTS OF THE MONTH. August, 3rd, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 August 1866

EVENTS OF THE MONTH. August, 3rd, 1866. The sale of the Woongong stock and effects yesterday, attracted a large attendance of pur- chasers and prices ruled high. The cattle were by no means of first-rate quality, but rea- lised from £4 to £5 per head for cows, with calves. The Estate was put up at a reserved price of £1050, but no advance being offered it was withdrawn, but has since been sold at that price. On Monday night two convicts levanted from the working party stationed upon Barndon's Hill, but they were tracked and recaptured on the following day by the Perth Police, at the foot of the Darling Range.' On Saturday last during the dinner hour, four convicts escaped from the works at the Fre- mantle Bridge and were not missed until the muster for recommencing work. The police are upon their tracks making for the hills, but had not re-captured them according to the last accounts The Emma arrived from the north-west- coast during the height of the gale on Monday afternoon and ca...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 August 1866

DEATHS. EVERETT.—At Bunbury, on the 22nd July, Mr. James Everett. ANDREWS.—At Koorin, on the 31st July, Mrs. W. Andrews, aged 32. ARMSTRONG.—At Fremantle, on the 10th August, Mr. Alexander Armstrong, aged 69. Holloway's Pills.—The mortality from diarr- hœa and bowel complaints is alarmingly high at the present time. That appropriate doses of Holloway's famous Pills will cure all bowel complaints, is known to thousands whose lives have been saved by this excellent remedy. Whether the laxity is caused by suppressed perspiration, sudden chill, indigestible food, or acid fruits, these Pills will be an all-sufficient   antidote. They will allay all irritation of the bowels, ease the griping pains, remove the an- noying flatulency and remove all disposition   of sickness. Holloways Pills should be taken, if possible, at the outset of the disorder, when they will give immediate relief and restrain     the diarrhœa from running into either...

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THE LAW OF GRAVITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

>rt«>Jl , .- ill I ? ? ' , THE LAW OF GRAVITATION. -.¿ging beneath an apple tree Sir Isaac New 1 "ton saw an apple fall to the ground. His en- quiring,mind led him to investigate the cause, and' the * result was the promulgation of the theory now known as the law of gravitation-a -system^ which at pnce won the assent of the * leaimed world, and by means of which the mo- tions of all the known heavenly bodies are ex Slained, and those of the yet unknown can be etermined. A singularly comprehensive prin- ciple is that propounded and carried into prac - tice by Holloway. He divided all the usual '' diseases into two classes-those arising from imperfect action of the digestive organs, and those proceeding from impurities of the blood. ' These two classes of disease he treats by means of his celebrated Pills and Ointment, two skil- fully prepared remedies which have been most ~ successfully used in all the habitable parts of the globe. His unparalleled success has made , his name a...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

?vvxt*$QUlettct. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Sç W. A. Time». *\ SIR,-Having unintentionally misled some of my brother settlers, by reporting that the tax upon sheep, for defraying the expense of admi- nistering the proposed Scab Ordinance, would not be urore than J62 per head, I should be ob- liged if you will enable me to set myself and others-right upon the subject. I am authorised by His Excellency the Go- vernor to state that the words in the last para- graph of the 27th Clause, empowering the Governor to increase such contribution, were added at his suggestion subsequent to the issue of the Synopsis, and were consequently unknown to me until I received a copy of the Bill itself. That in the consideration of the Bill in Council, if objected to those words might be struck out. I may also state, so that there might be no mistake in the matter, that His Excellency stated in Council, that should the Bill be passed, into law the duty on tobacco would be reduced to 3d. per lb. ...

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THE ISLANDS OF MALAYSIA. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

THE ISLANDS OF MALAYSIA. (From the Australasian.) Up to this time the intercourse between Australia and the islands of Malaysia has been of the most restricted character. Except- ing an occasional cargo of sugar and rice from Batavia, we have had no commerce with those fertile, beautiful, and rich islands, in which the Dutch and the Spaniards have been settled for centuries. There are many indications, how- ever, that this state of matters will not last much longer. The exertions of the Queensland Government to establish a Torres Straits mail ; the ready response of the Netherlands-Indo Government to the Queensland appeal for as- sistance; the efforts of the Dutch merchants to bring the products of Batavia under notice in Sydney and Melbourne ; the relaxations of the hitherto protective laws of Java ; and the visit of an influential deputation of Batavian gentle- men to Melbourne, to bring under notice the projects originated in Rotterdam and Batavia for steam communication along bo...

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MISCELLANEOUS. THE JAMAICA INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

MISCELLANEOUS. THE JAMAICA INQUIET. The official report of the Jamaica com- missioners, with an appendix, has been presented to both Houses of Parliament. The report is a lengthy document oc- cupying 41 pages, but its " conclusions " occupy less than a page. The total number of deaths caused by those en- gaged in the suppression of the rebellion amounted to 439 ; the total number of dwellings burned to 1000 ; and the number flogged, although uncertain, cannot have been less, the commissioners think, than 600. Their "conclusions" are, in brief, as follows :-That the dis- turbances were owing to a planned resistance to lawful authority ; that the causes leading to it were manifold, but were principally a desire to obtain land without rent, want of confidence in the legal tribunals in disputes affecting the - negroes, personal hostility, and a wish for the death or expulsion of the whites ; that although the original design was conceived in the parish of St. Thomas, it spread with sing...

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OTARD ON MANURES FOR VINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

OTARD ON MANURES FOR VINES. 1. Marl.-When the ground is caky, and too thick, chalk, or rather anything calcareous, is the remedy. The most available is marl. Marl divides itself into three spe«ies, which shade imperceptibly into each other, shell-marl, lime marl, and clay-marl. A distinguished French authority, M. Pavis, says that marl decidedly improves the quality of the wine. M. Otard doubts this, but says that it decidedly hastens the maturity of the vine. The best method of using marl to vines (on the stiff clayish soils be- fore mentioned be it understood) is to put with it alternately layers of dung, very thin, and mix the whole well up. 2 and 3. Another system of manuring, prac- tised with considerable success, is to sow be- tween the vines, and plough the plants in. In France, the lupin is very much used for this purpose. In colder climates rye or vetches will answer. Another very available manure oi the same kind is to plough in boughs and branches of trees. In the south o...

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THE CULTIVATION OF THE ONION. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

THE CULTIVATION OF THE ONION. (From the Australasian.) The Portuguese method of growing the fine white Lisbon onion is to make channels or small gutters to intersect the onion ground, and in the dry, hot weather to convey water into these, thoroughly saturating the ground about once a fortnight. Sandy loams tolerably retentive of moisture return good crops of onions ; these soils require heavy dressings of manure. The black crumbly soils are well suited for the union; these soils do not throw up weeds, and require less manure than most soils, though ground can scarcely be too rich for this vegetable. Well-rotted farm-yard dung, night soil, bone-dust, guano, or super-phosphate are good manures for this crop ; salt is bene- ficial at the rate of 4cwt. or 5cwt. to the acre, also top dressings of soot. Onions are sown in beds 3fft. wide, for small supplies; in growing them extensively, sow them in drills at lOin. to I2in. apart ; this will admit of hand hoeing, The ground being pre- par...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

THE SOUTHEBN INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. Incorporated linder th.e "Companies' Statute, 1864:." CAPITAL: ONE MILLION. PAID-UP CAPITAL: NINETY THOUSAND POUNDS. ©trectoró : The Hon. S. G. HENTY, Chairman. FRANCIS JOHN BLIGH, Vice-chairman. J. H. BLACKWOOD JAMES LORIMER H. SEL WYN SMITH WILLIAM BOYD Suttons W. KERB THOMPSON PHIBBS TURNBULL JAMES WHITE ROBERT GUDEMANN. decretar» : DA VID MOFEA T. Head Office : 31 Queen Street, Melbourne. BRANCH OFFICES: LONDON BOARD OF DIRECTORS. OFFICES : No. 2 MOORGATE STREET, E.C. THOMAS HAEBOTTLE JAMES McEWAIT WILLIAM A. OGG JAMES EAE TOM EAT HENEY WHITE. SYDNEY BOARD OF DIRECTORS. OFFICES : No. 22 Bridge Street. GEOEGE KING I GEOEGE PAEBUEY E. G. MASSIE JOHN TODD. AGENCIES : CALCUTTA MAUEITIUS ... ADELAIDE BEISBANE SWAN EIVEE ... HOBART TOWN LAUNCESTON ... DUNEDIN GEELONG POETLAND WAEENAMBOOL MESSES. SHAND, FAIRLIE & Co. EICHAEDSON & Co. JOSEPH DARWENT. HENEY BOX & SON. BICKLEY & Co. BOYS & HALL. W. K. O'KEEFF...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

, Sale of Real Property in Fremantle, By Order of the Mortgagee. ON MONDAY, THE 3BD OP SEPTEM <K BEE NEXT, AT NOON, IR. SAISOI Win Sell by Public Auction at bis Mart , in Fremantle : THOSE eligible and well-known pre- mises adjoining the Castle Hotel, ^ 'late in the occupation of Mr. 0. Lodge, ALSO, The Fremantle Town Lots 537 and 557, situate near St. John's Church, and comprising excellent building and garden ground. Terms at Time of Sale. ALSO!!*! (To follow the Sale of Beal Property), Will be offered that superior and -, strongly built schooner-rigged vessel the " Speculator." This vessel has just un- dergone a thorough repair, and is known to be a good sea boat, well adapted to the coasting trade. Terms at time of Sale. ALSO!!! Will be offered, a quantity of Wines, Spirits, and Oilmen's Stores ex "Pales- tine," and other recent arrivals ; and Mr. Samson having received instructions to close several consignments, will sell all these goods at reduced prices, and many o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

T] JDO^MISSARIAT. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re- ceived, at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till NOON of THUBSDAY, the 20th September, 1866, for the supply of the following articles, viz. : Cord, Blind Green-Yards 288. Cotton, Lamp-lbs. 2. ' "Gimblets, Nail, 3-16ths to 5-16ths No. <>88. , Latches, Thumb-No. 72. MAHOGANY. 7in. x2|in., 10ft. 6in. long-Pieces 288. 7in. x lin., 12ft. 6in. long- " 640. 5in. x 3in., 12ft. 6in. long- " 96. Sin. x lin., 13ffc. Oin. long- " 120. Putty-lbs. 224. Plaster of Paris-Cask 1. ' Stones, Yorkshire Flag 4ft. 6in. x 1ft. 9in.-No. 16. To be delivered into the Commissariat Magazines, Fremantle, (excepting the mahogany) within three days from date of acceptance of Tender, and subject to approval on delivery. . Parties tendering for timber can obtain all requisite particulars respecting the same, on application to Clerk of Works, Fremantle, upon whose certificate of due performance of contract, payment will be made. J. H. SALE, Assist...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

TO COVER. THE colonial-bred horse LOOHBYAN. Young Lochryan, was got by the cele- brated horse Lochryan, imported by D. McPherson, Esq., of the Victoria Plains. The dam of Young Lochryan is a stannch cart mare, formerly the property of Wal- ter Padbury, Esq., out of Damsel ; Dam- sel by Hercules ; Hercules by Earmer, im- ported by M. Clarkson, Esq. Young Lochryan is a bright bay, with dark points, he stands 16f hands high. ¡Up0 Only rising three years old. Terms per mare, ¿82 10s., groom's fee, 2s. 6d. JOHN WALKER Greenough Flats, July 30,1866. TT JO .COVER. THE thorough-bred horse KHORAS SAN, will stand this next season from the 1st August, till 1st January, 1867, at the stables of the undersigned, on the following terms, viz. : ¿85 per mare for two mares ; ¿84 10s. per mare up to three mares ; and ¿84 per head for any number over three the property of same owner. Groom's fee 5s. per mare. A safe paddock will be provided for mares sent from a distance, at the rate of 2s. 6d. per hea...

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MR. M'INTYRE'S LAST LETTER BEFORE HIS DEATH. "Gregory River, 2nd May, 1866. "D. Campbell, Esq., &c., [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

MR. M'INTTRE'S LAST LETTER BEFORE HIS DEATH. "Gregory River, 2nd May, 1866. ° D. Campbell, Esq., &c, "Dear Sir,-I wrote you about five weeks ago from the Gilliott River, sending a lot of accounts and other papers connected with the expedition. " The dromedaries, horses', and men needed rest for a few weeks. I got another man named M'Leod, and two of the black boys Donald [M'Intyre] brought over with the cattle and seven horses. On the 2nd April I started in search of farther traces of Leichardt, and also to call at the port, to get some more rations. "Nothing of any consequence happened during the first week. We passed over splendid country all the way until we entered the watershed of the Leichardt River. The country then became rough and stony. It took us nearly a week going straight west before we got to the main branch, which we crossed, and kept west for one day more. The country then^ was all but impassable ; our horses, not being shod, could not stand it ; so we had t...

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THE AGE OF OUR CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

THE AGE OP OUR CONTINENT. BN THE REV. J. E. TENISON WOODS, F.G.S., F.L.S., &c. I have pointed out how unreasonable it would be for a Darwinian claiming a great antiquity for our flora to suppose the permanance of the " Australian " vegetatiou from before the eocene period to the present day. It remains to ask whether we can from any geological evidence say what the past has been. The materials for the purpose are very scanty, for I cannot call to mind any extensive plant-bed, except the yel- low travertine beds of Tasmania. These are rich in plants remains of what is probably a geological date so recent as pliocene. Well, even in that small interval, what do they teach us ? Why, that there is a considerable differ- ence between them and the present very Australian flora of Tasmania. From the few specimens submitted to R. Brown, the eminent botanist, it was seen that a very different flora then existed in Tasmania, though none of the species could be identified. The most rema...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

SJiirjriitÄ Intelligent*. ARRIVALS. Aug. 30.-New Perseverance, 105 tons, Captain Owsten, from Batavia ; 38 days out. Imports 514 bags sugar, 160 bags rice, 10 drums oil, G. Shenton & Co. j 188 bags sugar, 132 do. rice, 80 tins sugar, 8 bags coffee, 385 bags sugar, J. H. Monger, Jun, "& Co. ; 130 bags rice, 8 cases gin. ger, 8 casks dates, 1 cask tamarinds, 31 bags coffee, W. Padbury & Co. ; 96 bags rice, 12 do. coffee, Carter & Co. ; 136 bags sugar, 115 do. rice, 45 chests tea, 496 pune planks, 5 casks dates, 4 bags Indian corn, 6 do. coffee, 3 rolls matting, 1 case cigars, 1 keg soda, 6 hhds. mo- lasses, 4 casks resin, and 8 pkgs. sundries, W. Owsten. Same day.-Swan, 25 tons, J. O'Grady, mas- ter, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers Messrs. G. Eliot and Gibbons, and 5 prisoners. Cargo-10,000ft'. timber, 243 bags potatoes, 1 bale wool, 15 trusses hay, 17 bags bran, 7 kegs butter and sundries. Same day.-Clarence Packet, 48 tons, H. Eng- lish, master, fr...

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SCIENCE AND ARTS. (From Chambers's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

SCIENCE AND ARTS. (From Chambers'8 Journal.) Sundry prophets have risen up of late to .warn England of her downfall. In about three .generations more, they de- clare, we shall have burned up all our coal; and with our coal, away go all our . trade and all our greatness. Of course, all the energetic part of the population will emigrate to America where, there is coal enough for thousands of years, and this busy island of ours will become a thinly-peopled agricultural country, which anyone may seize who think it worth his trouble. That the question thus raised is important, must be allowed. It has excited discussion. But no one need de- spair as yet; nor should certain facts be left out of view-namely that England .was great and powerful before she began to dig her coal; and that their inhabi- tants regard difficulty as a stimulus to exertion, and do not know when they are beaten. Some of the Friday evening lectures at the Royal Institution have presented subjects which can hardly fai...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 August 1866

Iflrttf «sjelt* * 81. i. Kim**. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sliakspeare. l^ÎDÏY7ÂUGÏÏslr3ÎrÎ8^6r FOB years past an impression has gene- rally prevailed all through the British Empire, that the institution of Grand Juries is little better than a mere cere- mony ; in many Colonies they have been abolished, and, we think, without detri- ment to the liberty of the people in those where, by the establishment of elective parliaments, there exist ample means of questioning the action of the officer to whom is entrusted the duty of examining the depositions taken before committing magistrates, and determining whether the evidence is sufficient to give a,prima facio cause for putting a defendant upon his trial in open court. But it is a grave question whether, in places where there is not that ample means of enquiry, Grand Juries are not a safeguard against politi- cal and personal oppression. To take our own colony, for...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 September 1866

THE SOUTHERN IMJEAÍÍCE COMPANY, LIMITED. Incorporated under the "Companies' Statute, 1864r." CAPITAL: ONE MILLION. PAID-UP CAPITAL: NINETY THOUSAND POUNDS. JDtvcctorö : The Hon. S. G. HENTY, Chairman. FRANCIS JOHN BLIGH, rice-Chairman. J. H. BLACKWOOD JAMBS LORIMER H. SEL WYN SMITH WILLIAM BOYD W. KERR THOMBSON BHIBBS TURNBULL JAMES WHITE Sfatittonf : I ROBERT GUBEMANN durctarg : DA VIB MOFEA T. Head Office : 31 Queen Street, Melbourne. BRANCH OFFICES: LONDON BOARD OF DIRECTORS. OFFICES : No. 2 MOORGATE STREET, E.C. THOMAS HAEBOTTLE JAMES MCEWAN WILLIAM A. OGG JAMES RAE TOM EAY HENEY WHITE. SYDNEY BOARD OF DIRECTORS. OFFICES : No. 22 Bridge Street. GEORGE KING I GEOEGE PAEBURY E. G. MASSIE JOHN TODD. AGENCIES : CALCUTTA MAURITIUS ... ADELAIDE BRISBANE SWAN EIVEE ... HOBAET TOWN LAUNCESTON ... DUNEDIN GEELONG POETLAND WAEENAMBOOL MESSES. SHAND, FAIELIE & Co. EICHAEDSON & Co. JOSEPH DAEWENT. HENEY BOX & SON. BICKLEY & Co. BOYS & HALL. W. K. O'KE...

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