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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 September 1895

\•< »l. •">. NO. 32. --' POO CHOW EXECUTION Details of China's Restitu tion for the Massacres. „„,;!; HASTY THAN IS USUAL J • te n : :, mm <l Chinese Beheaded ; ,ikl Their i'<-ads Hung I p in I'ublic Place* as "Warning. jfew V< rk, Sept. 21. —A cablegram to the World from Foo Chow, China, cjts the details of Tuesday's executions | have just been received. After the; iminilai ins had refused, Friday, to exe cn te any men implicated in the mis iiouarv massacres, the American and British consuls wired to Peking. Mon- ■ day i!i'' mandarins received the vice- I ror's order to execute seven men. At i 0 „\] i k Tuesday morning Consul Hix- ' gon, Lieutenant Evans and Mr. Greg |;lV , u!< British consul, proceeded to1 the yjimeu gate, where the mandarins i M t awaiting them. When the foreign- ; ers took their seats the drums were! beaten, a salute lived and the crier shouted three times: "The court is open." Then the condemned men were brought speedily from their cells. ! Ti...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 September 1895

TpH EIsLANDER CULVER BROS., Publishers. Entered at the postoflice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION P.'UCE, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING BATBSi Display standing ads, ?1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, er week, sin- j pie ccliimti measurement. Reading business locals, Mid notices, ! i?uch as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents | per line for first insertion and 5 cents per j fine each week thereafter. Legal noticos, at customary lesral rates. All communications to Tin: Islander must be signed with the nanio of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but a3 a guarantee of trood faith. The Official Paper of San JjianConnty THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1895. "THE FARM HOME." Some time ago the Kansas City Times, in an excellent editorial on tin- Farm Home, gave expression to some ideas which are well worthy the con- , sideration of every farmer's son who is inclined to imagine that he sees the hand of destiny beckoning him to for sake ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 September 1895

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. Governor..... John EL McGraw i ipiitcnant Governor Frank H. Luce ■ Kpcretary of State James 11. Price j state Treasurer, Ozro A. Bowen Attorney General W C Jones k ipt, public Instruction Chas. W. Btan j t •. kI Coinniissioner W T Forrest Un ( W. H. Doolittle i Congressmen 1. S. C. Hyde ■ j ( John L Wilson ' Senators — } Watson C. Squire j SUPREME COUKT. Chief Justice • • :..T J Anders L f U O Dunbar _ .. j IJ PHoyt Associate Justices, j \"^ZZ\'^JG P Stiles j 1 4 '. Klnion Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. Rnnerior Judge J It Winn ffiyClerk g Klijah 11. Nash Joint Senator Fred C. Harper tentative J. L. Murray ; Auditor v A - H- l teri Treasurer <-'• M- ri> lck, 1 ( 11. L. Carter Commissioners, ] .......I. 11. Nichols ° ( William Graham attorney W 11. Thacker Sheriff. •*> ewton Jones ] Assessor E W Harrison : Surveyor ...A. P. Vaughn j 2,,,,' of Schools Hey. T. I. Dyer ; Coroner Dr. Gco. S. Wright | Commissioner U S Court II I) Allison j — i : THE : ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 September 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Absolutely pure I nniarried American Women. It appears that in 1890 the number of women of all ages in the United States WM 80,554,370, of whom 17,183,988, or 66.24 per cent, were single. The impor tant fact for our present purpose is the Bomber or percentage of marriageable women who are, in fact, not married. It is found that about 10 per cent marry before the age of 20 and a very few be fore 16 The unmarried are made up of maids, widows and divorced persons, the last of which classes is so small that it ■eed scarcely I* considered for the pres ent purpose." Omitting the actual num bers and using percentages only, there turns show that between the ages of 20 and 23 about 53 per cent were without husbands; between 25 and 'SO, about 28 per cent; between 130 and 45, about 20 per cent, After this the number of wid ows increases so rapidly that from 45 to 65 the unmarried amount to 2(5 per cent, and of women over 86 years of ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 3 October 1895

VOL. a. NO. X>. \V.\R WITH ENGLAND s What the Irish Con vention Declares For. (i; , \ KYS HISTORY REVIEWED „.. |I:ili<ml for Urn British iiovern- , i.i Sbowa in the Declaration .if [•riiuipU-H Adopted. , _:>, Sept. 28. —At today's ses the Irisli convention, O'Neill << St. Louis, uhaiiauui of the • on nsolutioiis, read the ful declaration of principles: Kiple of Ireland are a sover [reland is by nature sep , every other country, and the birthright of her people. ! was known throughout Europe us a nation long before the dawn of tiity, and was the home of civ ;i when England was still bar- E?ngland*B claim to authority ■ land originated in force, and 11 maintained by corruption and ii. Her title by conquest has been perfected, inasmuch as the .pic have continuously, by con stitutional agitation and revolutionary vents, resisted England's power i.;i\ <<]<•;! to destroy her unlawful iacy. "Ireland is deprived of almost every right which the American people dearly ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 3 October 1895

The Islander CULVER DUOS., Publisher*. Entered at the postollice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. hukscmition price, tl.sopcryear.... ; ... ::i: Strictl.v '" advance. \I)VKKTISIN« KATES: Display standings. SI.OO per Inch per month. y» cents per inch er week, sin rle ctlnmn measurement. Iloadins business locals, and notu-es. Huch as Wanted, For Sale, etc.. «>■«*"» per line for first insertion and o cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin: Em*""l*" most be signed with the name o» < writer, not necessarily foi .P» ll(!"' hut aaa guarantee ol good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd, 1895. THE FAIR AM) ITS LESSON. The Northwestern Fair at Whatconi last week was one of the finest exhibi tions of the kind ever given in Western Washington. Never before has th-re been such a grouping together of splen did specimens of the varied products ol Wh'atcom, Skagitand San Juan coun tie...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 3 October 1895

— OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. gXATK OFFICERS. John H. McOraw fi^«nior;; Viovornor Frank H. Luce 10" „- state James 11. Price I §>" t:U-V< ' i^v Osro A. Bowen |& I:'T;..v'Vd'.:: WC Jones •■:;;•■> li.- Instruction Chas. W. lUan i.-:l >llhll „ ssi.mer W T Forrest gjd Commissioner. Doolittle S. C. Hyde W* ( John L Wilson IJ H. Squire „„««««»■'" , s. C. Hyde |O"K (John L Wilson j.jtor' I Watson C. Squire SUPREME COUUT. , .... T J Anders CV.ef JlI"U f U O Dimbar / J PHoyt ' , c i:tte Justices, c P Stiles ** I Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. . . i., ( j«t(. J It Winn ?op«rio^,"k g "" Klijah H. Nash County.wer* Fred c. Harper Join 1 s«gSve.r. *• L. Murray BfP'^ (11'-v A. H. Slitor Jioditor CM. Tucker sur#r... • ( , L. Carter . : irors I I. 11. Nichols Commissioners, 1 William Graham W.H.Thacker ,Utor" e5 " Newton Jones f!i« rlfl ' " E W Harrison i«** sOl ;.' A. P. Vaughn ';r' r Vs;hools'"'.'. Key. T. I . Dyer M' 'V llo0ls~;;;_. Dr. Gco . S. Wright glS^jonerUSC^irt II I) Allison I*"'1 *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 3 October 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gort Report ABSOLUTELY PURE SAME OLD GAMES. WE ARE PLAYING THOSE INVENTED BY THE ANCIENTS. The American Indians Played Baseball. Cricket, Lawn Tennis, Chess and Check ers Date From Away Back—Novelties In (iainrs llarely Catch On. Few of the hundreds of new games j that are invented every year become j popular. bey may be seen in any toy | .•tore by the score—lawn games and parlor games, games of cards and games rtf ball, games for young and for old. : They are a melancholy sight, for not j one of them will ever take the place of the old standbys of infancy and boy hood. Even the Dames of most of them will never be beard of by the majority of American boys and girls. This is the | logic of history. It seems an easy matter to invent a j game. The best games are so simple, j yet a popular game was never yet in vented. Every one of them has grown, and the best of them have been growing ! for hundreds of years. Scientific men ! tell us that ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 10 October 1895

\ < )L. :>. NO. 34. RECEIVER IN OREGON '.urleigh to Have Charge of N. P. Property. BY IT.l T. S. JUDGE GILBERT „,,,). Ouickly Oranted, Oath b ,n and Bond Filed-The Old i:< i »i \ <tm' Iteaigriation. laud, <>r., Oct. s.—Mr. Andrew; i] Leigh, <>f Seattle, was yesterday ! ted receiver of the Northern Railroad Company's property state, by United States District j William B. Gilbert. Wednes nited States District Judge Han- j Washington, removed the old | rs of the Northern Pacific, i takes, Rouse and Payne, and uted Mr. Burleigh receiver in places for the Northern Pacific •ties in the state of Washington, j irleigh was required to give a in the sum of $300,000, which I Wednesday afternoon, with j ctoiy sureties. His order of ap- j m lit was made absolute, and or were also made removing the old j ers and admitting the second and • \ mortgage bondholders to become • - to the suit. Cited to Appear. ittle, Oct. EL —As C. W. Bunu, nicy for ()akes, Payne and Rouse, i de...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 10 October 1895

Islander CULVER BHOS., Publishers. Entered at the postoffice in Friday Harlx>r as second class mail matter. auuscnii'TioN price, 1..W per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, SI.OO per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin gle column measurement. Reading business locals, and notices such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and o cents pel line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. Ml communications to Tiik Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of srood faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, OCTOBER lOrd, 1896. THE MARKET QUESTION. As one means of assisting fanners and fruit growers to sell their produce In the Sound markets at reasonable I prices, and of encouraging consumers | to buy home grown products in prefer ence to those imported from California and the middle west, the Post-Intelli gencer is advo...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 10 October 1895

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. - > STATE OFFICERS. c ,rnor John H. McGraw r teutenant Governor Frank H. Lnce Secretary of State James H. Price State Treasurer, Ozro A. Bowen , r ney General W C Jones ciiot Public Instruction Chas. W. Btan i ,nd Commissioner W T Forrest 1'!lU „ ( W. H. Doolittle Congressmen ] s c Hyde | John L Wilson Senators | Watson C. Squire i SUPREME COURT. rhief Justice T J Anders Ulie RODunbar j Associate Justices, j ZmZJoISSi 1 ( Elmon Scott j COUNTY OFFICERS. «nnerior Judge J It Winn XnVv Clerk Elijah H. Nash joint Senator Fred C. Harper i "*»""• J. L. Murray Auditor A- H- Sliter Treasurer CM. Tucker ( V.. L. Carter Commissioners, ] ......J. H. Nichols ( William Graham Attorney W• H. Thacker s; hr iff Newton Jones Assessor E W Harrison Surveyor A. P. Vaughn j gupt of Schools Rev. T. J. Dyer Coroner Dr. Gco. S. Wright Commissioner U S Court H D Allison : THE : San Juan County Bank —:of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPONSIBILITY, 850,000 L. CLARK, President; J. A. GOU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 10 October 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov»t Report RrXAt Powder \?J*£k Powder Absolutely pure ORCHESTRAODDITIES CURIOUS INSTRUMENTS USED TO ADD REALISM TO MUSIC. The Drummer Has a Whole Raft of Ma chines and Traps to Care For—lmita tion* of Animal anil Other Sounds, and now Some of Them Are Accomplished. It would be an odd thing if in these days of realism an orchestra could not keep up with the times in the produc tion of realistic effects. The peal of tu bular bells, once hoard with so much wonderment, is now too familiar to cre ate surprise, and equally well known is the anvil, the* old friend met with so often in "II Trovatore" and many oth er popular opera and musical selections. Nowadays many theater orchestras possess quite a Dumber of instruments whose names are probably unknown to 99. out of every 100 members of the an dience. In many theaters the musician who plays tho drums also manipulates from 5 to 20 other instruments, most of which would be unrecognized by an...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 17 October 1895

\'( >i,. •"). NO. .'{s. ifjE 10 THE POWERS Sultans Reply to the Am is Unsatistactory. „,li IN CONSTANTINOPLE \ Mr.r. i ■ ■...ally I>i«turbed Over the , „f tin- British Fleet ,Ml I.iinnoM Inland. Constantinople, Oct. 12. —Late today j t became known that the Turkish gov- j ernment had finally presented the en-i vo vs of the six powers a reply to their | ikttivf note on the subject of the re- '< cent disturbances here. The reply is | t satisfactory to the ambassadors. Theporte, in its answer, enumerates the measures taken to preserve order! aU d declared that Mussulmans were not the aggressors in the recent riot ing, bur, ou the contrary, the Armeni- I an^ killed inoffensive Mussulmans. j The Turkish government added that as j soon as the Armenian refugees leave I the churches in which they sought ref use; the normal aspect of the city will be rest*nod. It denies ordering that no food be supplied the refugees in the ; chnrches, and urges that the ambassa- • dors assist in res...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 17 October 1895

'X ahblsjlaxdrr CULVER BKOS., Publishers. Entered at the postoffice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SURSCKIPTIOX PKICE. 91.50 per year Strictly in advance, i ■J.-1-U i" ADVKRTISIXG KATKS: IMmlay standing «d«, SI.OO per inch per month. "2o cents per inch, >er week, sin pi» column measurement. Reading bu«une<*«i locals, and notices, : Huch as VVanted, For sale, etc., 10 cents , per line for first insertion and 5 cents per ! fine each week thereafter. Legal notice", at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik Isi.ANnKR must be signed with the name oi the writer, not necessarily for publication, but a* a guarantee of irood faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17th, 1595. THE CAUSE OF CUBA. There is no doubt that there b a gen era! feeling <if sympathy In this coun try with the persistent, determined ami heroic efforts of the Cuban revolu tionists to acheive their independence of Spanish domination. Their cause deserves success, ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 17 October 1895

FARM LOANS WANTED. x few desirable farm loans of $200 and upwards wanted. Money on hand. In terest payable at Friday Harbor. Apply , 0 San Juan County Bank. —♦ The Darlington, Wia., Journal says edi torially, of a popular patent medicine; ••We know from experience that Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is all that is claimed for it, as on two occasions it stopped exeruiating pains nnd possibly saved us from an untimely crave. We would not rest over night without it in the house." This remedy undoubtedly saves more pain and suffer ing than any other medicine in the world. j Every family should keep it in the house, i for it is sure to be needed sooner or later. For sale by all druggists. FOR SALE. One span No. 1 work Horses, one „_-,) ii and one set, double harness. The above can be had cheap. For par ticulars enquire of Nash & Coffin, Ar-j gyle, Wash. I . THE : San Juan County Bank —:of: — FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. \ RESPONSIBILITY, $30,000 L. CLARK, President;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 17 October 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report WEH Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE WINE OF THE MORNING. Some would quaff their nectar From carves cups of gold, That like an open flower, With satin lips unrolled, Exhales a liquid fragrance Of luxury untold. Borne would quaff their nectar From Venus' poppy lips, The crimson fount of folly, Where pulsing passion sips. In drowsy dreams of sweetness, Through which time thrills and slips. But I would quaff the nectar Whose fount is ever free- Purr zephyrs from the mountain, Salt breezes from the sea. All fraught with morning's fervor, And wild wings' poetry. Take all earth's exultation! Its rosy sweets divine, Its perfumes and its purple. Its rare and fair and fine; The breeze is heaven's brewing, God's blessing in his wine. —Mary Berri Chapman. A PUZZLED PHILOSOPHER. Why Should He So Greatly Miss the ThingH That Are Not? A philosopher dwelt in a house owned by Cleoo. But one day Cleon came to j the philosopher and said, "Why have j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 24 October 1895

VOL. 5. NO. 36* "LIFH FOR THE OLD LINE f Reorganization ot the non Pacific Railway. NEW ISSUES OF BONDS , it«- Formed to Purchase All i rmltt'ri Coupons and Adjust in Cash the Difference. \. v, York, Oct. 19.—A synopsis of; I reorganization of the Union railway was announced this; ii. It places the mileage af-1 y the reorganization at 1,827 i mill, 1 main line. Balances due on | ling land and town contracts, i berSl, 1894, were $6,162,751,] - •! I laud-grant lands, including under contract, amounted to j I 000 acres, of an estimated value! 358,500. The total funded debt I 1 at $140,425,862. The fixed j and deductions from net earn- j ;i.-hiding interest on bonds, sink-1 und und government requirements, J ited in the pamphlet for a period j p-ears, the average fixed charges j $6,802,001. This, it will show, i Insure of the exce?s of the interest j le debt to the government, over I earnings applicable under the j nnan and other acts; of interest on j s, held on the main line mortgage ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 24 October 1895

helslander CULVER BUOS., Publishers. Entered at the postofflee in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing «ds, SI.OO per inch per month. 25 cents per Loch, er week, sin ple fchimn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 5 cents pur line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik Islander must be signed with the name of tbp writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of eood faith. The Official Paper of San Juao County. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1895. THE TRIAL OVER. In its first issue following the murder I of Leone Lanterman The Islander expressed its opinion of the crime freely and emphatically and urged the impor tance of bringing the murderers to trial with the least possible delay. That was done. Throughout the trial we refrain ed from makin...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 24 October 1895

" OFFICIAL DIRECTOR!. STATE OFFICERS. _ rprnO r John H. McGraw ?? VttMiant Governor Frank H. Lnce HSrvof State James H Price Sute Treasurer,... OzroA Bowen ».t n-nev General W C Jones '^t Public Instruction Chas. W. Btan Commissioner W T Forrest f W. H. Doolittle Congressmen j s c Hyde ( John L Wilson gen»tors — { Watson C. Squire SUPREME COURT. rhi«f Justice ; ''*.* And {"aiv f ..ft {•; J Dunbar Aw ociate Justices, j .....J PHoyt AW ociate Justices, j ; c p StUes ( Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. annprlor Judge J It Winn K'lSor Klijah H. Nash Senator Fred C Harper £S£ j:::::::::::::::fr ML Tc ua^r Commissioners, \ ......J. H. Nichols w I William Graham Attorney W. H. Thacker or ifT Newton Jones f B e" s "or7. EW Harrison Sevor A. P. Vaughn Snot of Schools Rev. T. I, Dyer kroner Dr. Gco. S. Wright Commissioner U S Court H D Allison : THE : San Juan County Bank —:of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RESPONSIBILITY, 850,000 I CLARK, President; J. A. GOULD, Cashier. A General Banking Business ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 24 October 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report R!r&6\| Baking WEH Powdei ABSOLUTELY PURE APRIL IN IRELAND. She hath a woven garland all of the Sighing sedge, And all her flowers are snowdrop! grown on the winter's edge. The golden looms of Tir na nOg wove all th» winter through Bt r gown of mist and raindrops shot with a cloudy blue. Sunlight the holds In one hand, and rain she scatters after, And through the rainy twilight we hear her fitful laughter. Bhe shakes down on her flowers the snow less white than they, Then quickens with her kisses the folded knots o' May. She seeks the summer lover that never shall be hers. Fain for gold leaves of autumn she passes by the furze, Though buried gold it hideth ; she scorns her sedgy crown, And pressing blindly sunward she treads her snowdrops down. Her gifts are all a fardel of wayward smiles and tears. Yet hope she also holdeth, this daughter of the years— A hope that blossoms faintly set upon sorrow s edge. 6he hath a wo...

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