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TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. LOXUOX, ?lanunrv AS. The Cnlonial Institute, which proposes to hold a Colonial Exhibition in London, lias appointed a committee of inquiry as to tlie practicability of the scheme. January 21 1 111 tlie application for anew trial in the Bagot case, judgment is reserved. A crisis lias arisen. President M'Malion disagrees with his Cabinet with respect to important changes in the army. The Presi dent objects to the removal of ollicers merely on account of tlieir anti-Kepublican tendencies, and it is probable he will resign if the projected charges are persisted in. Later— Marshal M'.Mahon has resigned the presidency, and t,!:e delegates arc now pro ceeding to elect liis successor. January 30. There is intense excitement in Pairs over the crisis. M. Jules Grevy is mentioned as the probable successor of Marshal M'.Mahon. Later— M. Jules Grevy has been elected President of the French Republic. It is stated that Marshal M'Malion retires into private life. Further advices from t...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

WANTED, Genkkw. Si:i:vant. Apply, ! Mrs. Ritaut, The Manse, Wagga. lj j \X7'ANTIiD, a first-class Cook. Apply at : T T the Criterion Hotel, Wagga. li WANTED to PUliClIASE, a LIGHT : WAGGOXKTl'K. Apply to Hour. Cassis. lj TTTAXTEI), a Man to milk and make j V* himself generally useful. Apply, , A. Mackav, Golibagiinibalin. Ik WANTED, a Hocsemahc, also, ail ; Ei.deiii.y Woman, to look after i children. Apply to Wm. Bitowi:, Masous' ! Arms Hotel, Fitzmaurice-st. Ik WAXT15D, by a respectable Married , Couple, Situation on a station — ; wife, working housekeeper ; man, general j servant. Have first-class references. Apply, j E. 15. Lkysiios, News and Labour Agency | Office. li j GOOD FEED OATS wanted in quantl- j ties. Samples and prices to A. and K. Amos, Railway Camp. li Fowls i fowls : fowls : TURKEYS & DUCKS *. Wanted to Pcbciiase 2Q0 Couple. Highest price given. Apply at Criterion Hotel, Wagga. jx TT7AGGA AND ALBURY ItAlLWAY YV CONTRACT. Tendeks Wanted for large ijuautity of...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

SYDNEY. Tuesday, I n.m. Official information has been received to the effect that Russia, Turkey, Spain, and Natal are unable to be officially represented at our Exhibition. At au adjourned meeting of the proposed Co-operative Meat Company yesterday, reso lutions were carried that the company consist of 20,000 shares of £1 each. The following are elected directors of the Randwick Asylum : Messrs. John Davies, Penfold. Watkins, Renwick, Cane, Graham, and Josephson. The Hon. \V. B. Dalley lectured last night to a large audience at the Quid Hall, the subject was ' The Spauish Cathedrals and tlieir Builders. ' The proceeds were de voted to St. Mary's building fuud. The French war vessel Victorionse per formed several successful experiments with the electric light last night, in the presence of several thousand spectators. No further information has been received regarding the Domain mystery. The following team is selected for the re turn match with the Englishmen : — The two B uinerman'...

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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

PASTORAL NOTES. Messrs. Wooldridge and Wreu, of Dcnili- j qniu, report sale of S30 ewes on accouut of W. llobb. Mr. Jas. Maun, of Deniliijuiu, report sale of 235 fat wethers on account of P. Sniythe, +_n \ffltlinuraiiii nn-^ Rlnnlf i Messrs. Moore Bros, and Co., of Forbes, report sale of 400 sture bullocks, on account of Messrs. Booth, Oakden, anil Brown, to Messrs. 1!. aud W. Oakes. Mr. J. S. Brown (of Dubbo) reports liaviug sold in conjunction with with Messrs. G. M. Fitt and Sou, 2000 fat sheep, ou accouut of Messrs. It. and H. Waters; also iu con junction with M. J. l'\ Clements, of Batliurst, 53 head of fat cattle, on account nf Messrs. Chambers, Sjriatt, and Co., Merri Merri. — Dispatch. The second annual sale of Mr. James Wilson's yearliugs took place at St. Albaus on Thursday iu the presence of a large as semblage of sporting men from the metropolis ? and Geclong. The majority of the Mel bourne visitors left town by the ten minutes past II o'clock train, and as there were pl...

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, February 1. Messrs. Harrison, .Jinks nnd Dkvlin', report:— 1040 yanlcd, sonic of wbieli were exceedingly prime, the most noticeable belnp ft dnft from the noted Trinkey station, and would average about 80011)8 ; these made 17s per lOOlbs, which may be considered lop rates for prime quality. The sales throughout M-ere exceed ingly dull, which was in a urcat measure caused by so few country buyers beinir present, the carcase trade not being disposed to operate largely whilst beef was bcinff sold at such fabulous prices. On Thursday 452 were yarded. Result nf 6ales were simply compatible with Tuesday's quotations, say— 17s for liyht nnd prime, 15s for medium, and l*2s for middling. Fal Sheep.— 8014 penned, fewer than for sonic time past ; but the fact of the carcass butchers having some 10,000 middlinpr sheep on hand they were not disposed to Increase their stock, excepting for prime quality. These were fully 9d to Is better, but for low ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

Shipping. ORIENT LINE OF STEAM-SHU'S TOR LONDON. VIA THE SUEZ CANAL. The following full-powered Steamships, built and fitted expressly for carrying Passengers 011 long ocean voyages, are each of about 4000 tons register, and make the voyage in al-out 40 days. They are litteil with punkahs, attached to the main engines, and steam-heating apparatus on the most approved principle, and are thoroughly venti lated for the tropics. They will be dispatched as below : — Steamer From Sydney From Melbourne LUSITANIA ? February 5th February 15tb GARONNE ? March Mi March 15tli JOHN KI-DEH.... April -till ? Apnl lStli ? F A It K S. First Saloon . . ? (30 to 75 Guineas. Second Saloon ? 5J5 Guineas. Third Class ^enclosed uabinis) .. 20 to 22 Guillens. Open Bertha (for men only) . . £10. Canal Dues— 8s. in addition. Passages from Loudon can lie granted in Sydney. For further particulars apply, in London, to F. Green and Co., and Artdcrson, Andcr-, son and Co., Managers of the Orient Steam Navigation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

Special Advertisements. HASTINGS CUN1NGHAM AND COMPANY (LIMITED), WOOL HROKKllS, STOCK AND STATION Alii; NTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street, West, MELBOURNE. WK beg to notify the Wonlgrowcrs of the Muri um bidgoe, Lachlan, and Darling districts that we arc prepared lo make liberal advances on the most avourablc terms upon the Ensuing Clip of Who], and also upon approved station securities Having made extensive additions to our already com modious warehouses, by which their storage capacity lias been doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies: and as we strictly confine our busmen to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, cither directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times he secured for their con signments. All Wools, &c., comimr forward, coastwise or by riv...

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SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Friday. Jancarv 31. Messrs. MoRTand Co. report :— Wrx)l : Demand pood, at about the prices recently current, especially as re gards greasies. Of washed wool the lots available were below the average in condition, and were notso readily 1-Iaccd. The quantity arriving is becoming more united, and so Boon as'the wools to hand have been dealt with, the season will be almost over. We held u sccond sale this day for the disposal of small lots and remnants of clips, and quitted nearly ever?- line offered oi sausiacioiy raiucs. rnecs ran;re as rono«3 Fleece, 13d to 18Jd : greasy, 7d to 10d per lb. Sheep skins in fair supply and brisk request, but values hardly so firm. We sold a large number at 3d to (iid per lb., according to condition and quality. Tallow : Market more depressed than ut late sales, and very little business done. £22 to £24 for medium quality ; beef, £25 to £27 ; mutton, £27 to £2S |-er ton. Hides : Supply in excess of requirements, and althou...

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LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

? I LA.ND NOTES. I roMIXfJ LAXl) SAIiKS. «N»row'ii ? Fob. 14. j l)ciiili»i'in Feb. 14. ' llay ? Feb. 14. j Albury .. .. Feb. 14. Land -The fxlluwin^ selections were taken up at the iniilurniuntioneil iiluuos -n Thursibiy last : — Ai.iu'iiy : IX Pells S0at Mullen^anrii'ii : t». H. Blake 40ji, Craven : (inl.ljjbr-mnh ant] Paricer 32D:it CJuroircry ; .J. Kisunltauur 105a, Craven. Dknjmuvin : J. Kiel. I 120a, oomity Tmvnscnil parish Omar^i : J. M'lV-maM lifi'Ja. cinpity Tmviisenil. p.irisli Purtlaninvi. -Ii.'N'nAGM : .J. S. Fiiltcr 40a, ; .1. f»):».sseoek 4'-a, ('-«?)! to ; .1, ('hiirlL-swijrlli. sen, tfiM.i, Money Money ; P. ] M'firatb 4i\i, O-mba : W. F. Fraser 120a, Muttaina. i Y(iix-i: o. J, Hilly 40a, Illume: T. Smith .T20a, | Moppitv. lf.w : ,i. (JaiuerniHMOa. cunt Townsenri i parish Campbell : li. L-. Cameron 04U.1, -l«-. j ( rown Lands .SaJjKs. -Crown lath] s.ilus will be i 1ii.li 1 fit 1 1n- mi.lnrnn'iil idiii-il i il (.11 -1 iti:s naiiii'il r— I Waooa, March 1*2 Lot A, Nr-. 17...

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JOSEPH DURDEN'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

JosKHi Di rdks's Statemknt. J am a labourer m the eiunlov of Cornwell, Mixner, and Co., mil way contractors. 1 was suffering from general debility, evacuation of blood, and tho general symptoms of an excessive strain. On Jan. 10, 1 went with a letter from ttie firm to Dr. Wren. lie read the letter, and wrote across the face of it an order for in v admission to the Hospital as au in-door patient. Left him and went direct to the Hospital, where I arrived at 3p.m. I presented the order to the supvrintenduut, mho, auei a buoii ume, oraerea me away to the river to bathe, together wiih another patient.* The super intendent came down almost immediately after to fish, and as we were disturbing the water he ordered us out. Went back to the Hospital, when the old woman, the matron, told me to put clean clothes on. Told her that the elothes I had with me were damp, and should be aired before they were fit to put on. She sent 111c word that she had felt my flannel singlet, and that it was damp,...

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THOMAS CLAOWELL'S STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

Thomas OalhwkMj's Stattmkxt. J 1 am head groom and in charge of tho stables for I j Cornwell, Miuier, and Co. About the middle of j i November last year 1 drove in the tympany's express i a man namnd Patrick O'hoghlen to the Hospital. He | h;:d sustained very severe injuries can-ed hy a harrow ! filled with earth falling on the top of him. On my j arrival ;tt the Hospit d 1 saw no one for some time but- I I a few patients. At lasl J saw au old woman. 1 asked j ; her for the superintendent. She told me he was tnt ! 111, an. I she could not take the tutu in, but sent me t away to Dr. Wren. 1 went to the doctor's house, hut j he was not at home, and was then sent to Dr. Large, j who instantly gave 111c an order for his admission to ( the Hospital, promising to follow and attend upou the 1 man himself, which I believe he did. Independently of the time (over au hour) it took* mc to bring him in from Hie camp, 1 was driving the man about for two '. hours from first going to the Hospital t...

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JOHN M'LAUOCHLIN'S STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

John M'IjAI'qiimn'k Rtatkmknt. I am a driver in the emplov of (lornwcll, Mixner and Co., railway contractors. About the first week in tho year I went tothe Hospital sutTcring from WiLrht'iu the eyes. 1 hail an order from the firm. 1 w;ls iugre.it pain and unable to see very well. I saw th? warder who said that he could do nothing, but that 1 must go to Dr. Wren. 1 aske.1 when the doctor attended the Hospital and was told by the warder that became whenever it suited him \ then wont to Dr. Wren and tdiowul him the order. He, after looking at it. said that it was all a mystery to him. Out-door patients he had nothing to do with, aud as for Mixner he kuew nothing of hirn at all. He was very abrupt and independent, I returned lo tho hospital and was then scot to l)r. OVonnor. I went and saw him whon he told inn he could do nothing but make me an indoor patient if I wis'i.el. Replied that. I did not wish to go as an in pitiout, JMid hc_rgcd that he would give some wash or oilier to reliev...

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ROBERT M'FARMER STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

llottKHT M'F.UUIKN's SfATKMKNT. i am a laborer in the employ of Cornwell, Mixner and Co.. railway contractors. On the *»7Mi December, last, while in charge of ahorse and dray, the animal trod upon ivy foot, seriously injuring it, the grc.it toe nail being tr.uuplcd off. I w;is in -rrcat pain and could j not walk, Was provided with a horse and an order for admission to the Hospital bv Mr. Mixner Orx mv | arrival at the Hospital I saw the warder to whom 'l ; ii.iuucu iue oiuei ami asKca nun l! J eoulil be attended - to. He replied that nothing could be done for 111c th -re. He returned the order to nie and directed me to apply to Dr. Wren at his own house. I went to Dr. \\ rcn, to whom I gave the order when he ordered me to return to the hospital and wait till he would come. Went back aud waited from one o'clock till five, hut neither Dr. Wren or any one else came. 1 then left and went to Dr. O'Connor who removed the nail aud dressed my foot, for which 1 j)aid him his fee of lialfa gu...

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JOHN POR[?] STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

.Ions Pokti;ii's Statkmdm. I am a labourer in the emplov of Cornwell, Mixner, and Co., railway contractors. On the dan. while working in the No. 14 cutting, a large piece of rock fell from the surface striking me on the head and knocking uie senseless. J was driven into the Hospital by the head groom, by Mr. Mixner's directions. When we arrived at the Hospital wc had to wait nearly ten minutes before wcs.iw au old woman. I asked whether the doctor avis there, or when he wouM he there. She told mc lie had been ami gone. Wo then went tn Dr. W rcn. I was told to waif While dressing mv head he repeated that he should expect to be paid. The driver hail gone to fetch a gentleman who knew Mr. Mixner to pass his word l'or the payment. 1 do not know the gentleman. I was told bv the doctor to 1 return on Saturday, 2f»th inst., to his house at 11 fore noon, when he would re dress mv bead. I attended when I was sent tothe Hospital, where I waited from 1- noon to 4 p.m. before 1 could he attende...

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3. (Before the Police Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

POLICE COURT. Monday, February li. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Drunkenness. — James Murray, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was tincd t'2, or in default oae week in gaol. Sarah Delanty, similarly charged, was dismissed with a caution, and Patrick Broby, also charged with drunkeuness and using obscene language, was fined £2, or in default oue month's imprisonment. Kiotous Behaviour. — William Stevenson and James Clcary, iu custody charged with this offeuce, were lined, the former 10s. an l the latter os. , with the usual alternative. Tuesday, February 4. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Detaining a Watch.— Alex. M'Donald appeared on summons and pleaded not guilty to a charge of detaining a watch, the property of William Gordon. From the evidence it appeared that the watch in question had never heen in defendant's possession, but was taken by his partner and held hy him as security for an account owing by the plain tiff, and the Bench accordingly dismissed tlie case. Assau...

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DISTRICT COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. (Before His Honour Judge Forbes) R. ARNOLD V. W. RUDD. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

DISTRICT COURT. I .Sati-kday, Fkhiutaiiy 1. I (Kefore His Honour Jiulga Forbes.) j J{. ARNOLD V. W. lU'Uli. I This mms au action -to recover rent, and ! horses and sheep sold by plaintiff to de- j fendant. Claim f 127. Mr. Garl-md for i plaintiii, Mr. Fitzhaniin/e for defendant, j Defendant pleaded not indebted, and also j pet off by promissory note for £S0. The j Jndnc held that an item of £;'-!) for ivnt eonM I not be claimed, as the agreement to let was j part of an illegal agreement for the jnircha.se of a selection — such agreement buintj in con travention of the Lands Act. Tlie Court found for plaintiff for nonds sold, disallowing the defendant's set off, as the consideration j for the promissory note — a team of bullocks ? — had not been delivered. Verdict for 1 72 j 12s, each party to pay their own costs. | K. nkwsomk v. i:xixm;toh.s ok thi: late ? -John cox. j This was a claim for goods sold (a kiln of | bricks made and burnt), and for trover. £o3 j 14s were claimed. Mr. Wi...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WAGGA HOSPITAL. Tin: usual monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held in the Hoard-room on Monday evening. Present : Messrs. C. F. Bolton (in the chair), Nivon, Tugwell, Cruiek- ! shank. Hawkins, Baker, Band, Drs. Wren, ?' Large, and O'Connor. The minutes of the j last meeting were read aud confirmed. The j Sub-committee recommended the erection of ] a shower bath ; also that assistance be en- I gaged for the matron, whe was suffering from illness. The following accounts were passed : — T. Strond, paintim.', £20 Lis.; Medical Officers' salary, £25 ; Wardsman's do, £2j ; Secretary and postage, £3 fis. 6d. : lloberts, Copland, and Co., £16 (is. 7d. ; W. Walsh, meat. £0 Lis. Sd.; Bruce, bread, £3 Is. 4d ; Baker, milk, £1 18s.; Tortershell, sundries, £2 4s. Gd. ; wages, assistant matron, £1 10s.; firewood, £7 4s.; medicines, Dr. Large, £13 2s. (id.; do, Dr. Wren, £13 2s. (id. Mr. Hawkins stated that he had an un pleasant duty to perform. They were aware that ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A special inectiug of the Council was held on Monday. Present: His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Evans, Fitzhardin^e, Beutlcy, Maher, Nixou, nnd Shaw. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed, with copies of outgoing correspondence to Mr. Charles Brown, .Super* I intendent of Fire Brigade, Sydney, for I information on the subject of a fire engine, j and to the Council Clerk, Deniliquin, asking for details as to the manner of obtaining a i I water supply for the engine iu use in that I borough. A reply was read from Mr. llrown, giving ! the required information, and the Council Clerk reported that he had not yet received a reply from the Deniliquin Council. Tlie Council then proceeded to consider the order of the day. Aid. Vitzhardinge, in accordance with his notice of motion for this meeting, moved : I. That in the opinion of the Council a fire engine .should he procured for the use of' tiie borouuh. 2. That the Borough Council shall provide the s...

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MESSRS WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDERS REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, HAY, AND SYDNEY, Wagga Wagga, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 February 1879

MESSJtS. WILKINSON, M1NCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGOA, HAY, AXD SYPNKV' Wagga Waggu, I'ebruary 7. Fat Stock.— There has been a marked improvement t in the market for this class of stock, and we have every j reason to believe that prices will gradually improve for some weeks to come. Store Sheep.— Hie demand, notwithstanding the i continued dry weather, is still good, especially for i young sheep. \\ caner* and fattening wethers being j mostly enquired for. Good brecdiir.r ewes of service able ages are also in demand. We have sold 8000 breeding ewes in lamb for Messrs. IV and J. Tyson, of Corrong, to Messrs. Shauahan and Jennings, of War- | brcccan (iu conjunction with Messrs. .T. C. Walker and | Co.), and 400 young ewes to Mr. G. Power. f Store Cattle.— Market extremely dull, several lots j coming forward, and buyers scarce.

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FOREIGN SCIENTIFIC ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 February 1879

FOREIGN SCIENTIFIC ORDERS. 'Natuke,' discussing the ijuestion of the conferment of foreign scientilic orders 011 British subjects, says the sub ject has again come up in connection with the distribution of awards at the close of the Paris Exhibition, and there has been much disappointment and even bitterness of feeling expressed at the refusal of our Government to allow British subjects to accept the coveted Cross of the Legion of Honour. It is well known that many of our men of .science, as well ns others, possess foreign orders in abundance, and (hat our Go vein tnent takes* no notkv unless consulted, when 011 the ground of some antiquated regulation?, it thinks it it.s duty to refuse permission to accept such orders^ If not illegal, it is any rate weak and girlish ou t)je part of the ?ioverunient to take such a course, worthy of the days of ' good ' Queen Bess, who wished her dogs to wear 110 collar but her own, In the case of the Exhibition awards, it be* been shown that this de...

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