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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

[?] [?] i'y'ANNivF.RSAnv Dav.— The day set apart to commemorate the founding of tbe colony of New South Wales was well kept in our district. Commenciug in the far north, the Moruya folks had grand doings at their bridge opening ; coming south, Cobargo had its annual race meet j Bega, a schiol pie-mc ; Canolelo, a cricket match ; and last, but not least, Eden had its Jiegatta. . licports of all these events are given in this issue. Bank or New South Walks. — One of the Inspectors, Mr. Black, paid a visit to the Bega Branch last week, and ex presses liiins'elf highly satisfied with the progress of the .business since the Bank was established here, a little over twelve months ago. The Bank authorities have purchased a site in Auckland-street, ne\t to Mr. Thomson's residence, and intend to erect banking premises as soon as some of the many buildings now in progress are out of hand. TriE Bhidoes. — The contractors for the Frog's Hollow bridge will ' break ground ' on Monday, and have alr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

Hollo wat'b Pills,— In cases of chronic' indigeBtion, disordered -liver and general de bility, these Fills are wonderfully effective. They indeed have so general and powerful an effect ohthe' wholis'system, that they clear away or. ward off most of the ills that flesh is heir to.' They, cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, correct bilh'ousness, give tone t-r the Btomaeli, excite a healthy appetite, produce -sound sleep, -and impart increased energy to both mind and -body. The . admirable pro perties of these -far-famed Pills.^re too highly appreciated to require . lenthenea Encomium here, as tbey are resorted to hy rich and poor of eveiy nation. The cures they effect are not temporaiy or imperfect, but are seen in a rrarvellous and most beneficial', change throughout the entire body, which enables it with renovated powers to resist the approach of ftitare attacks' . - ' Anotheb New Coffin.— The Jast new thiugin coffinB is thus, described by the ' World ' You are placed in a glass b...

EDEN REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

EDEN REUATTA. Stew amis — Messrs. G. P. Keon, P.M., S. Solomon, J.P., B. Russell, Hubert Keon, R. B. Hays ; Umpire— Mr. Manby ; Starter — Mr. Neilley ; Secretary — Mr. R. B, Hays. ^ V . The snlendid 'harbour of Twofold Bay looked its -best on Wednesday, its waters sparkling in the sun and ruffled by a smart north-cast breeze. The recent rains had clothed the hills on which Edeu stands lii a bright green mantle, and these, enlivened by pic-nic parties in every shady spot, pre sented a beautiful appearance. Great preparations- had been made for . Wednesday's event, 'nnd, everything that' would float, down to the family washing tub, had been brought up to the highest state of perfection for speed. It seems it is along time since Eden saw such a day ; some of the old-antidiinvians (Gundagai floods fix the date' of the last Regatta as inn -(?7 rnmi'nic- uv Ui VI, «UU n^iu giwv cences of that event. On Tuesday evening the visitors from long distances made their way to the Port, and far in...

THURSDAY, 27th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

. ' THtmsDAY, 27th January. No. 9. — John Griffiths, county of Auck land, parish of Puen Buen, 180 acres, section 13, anjoining southern boundary of John -Grame's conditional purchase. No; 10. — Edward Tyrrell, county of Dampier,' parish -of Narira, 80 acres, at the south-east corner of William Blacka's :58''flcres. '. ; No.* 1 1 .—George Sercombe, County of Auckland, parish of Mumbulla, 100 acres, -section'1'9, starting at north-east corner of portion No. 81/ to include only all vacant lands between the 'county ' boundary and the Brogo River,- to include the remaiining frontage ori the river. , ? .No. 12.— George M'Paul, county, .of Auckland, parish of Puen Buen, 100 acres, i£ecti6n.21, adjoining former selection, v /Total Receipts. ,- ' : ' 1 ': £ ' e. d. .Ob cpnditional purchases ... 145 0 0 145 0 0 ? Ajea selected — 580 acres.

CANDELO. CRICKET.—BENBOOKA V. CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

CANDELO. Cricket. — Benbooka v. Candelo. This match was brought on by our Ben booka friends challenging Candelo to spend their Anniversary, holiday at home defend ing theirlaurels, and contrary to the general opinion, a very easy defence was made of it. Wren (capt.) won the toss, and sent Ben booka to the wickets, iheir scoring was making very little progress until G. Ward handled the willow, and made some good hits for his dozen, the balance of their scorc.being divided amongst three batsmen. Benbooka being disposed of for 31, Candelo took her place at the wickets, and with the loss of four wickets were within 5 of their opponents when time was called for lunch. This was partaken of at Host Brown's, where a very nicely decorated and neatly arranged table awaited justice from the lovers of cricket. Ample justice being done the edibles, play was resumed. The re quired number was soon scored, and Can delo's last wicket fell for 58. M'Pbail played a very 6teady defence nearly through t...

Original Correspondence. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. (To the Editor Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

Original Correspondence. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ( To the Editor Bega Standard.) '' Sir, — Can you inform us whether any. steps have been taken to carry put the arrange- ; ment made at a meeting held . at Kama ruka some months ago, when, it. 'was decided to get another clergyman to residg^ at Candelo and hold services at Kamaruka, - UolomDO, woiumia, occ.f. . bo lar as we are concerned, we have heard no more of it, and never see the sign of a clergyman,. 'I ani, &c., n CHURCHMAN. Colombo, 13th Jamiaiy.' ' '? ? [ We art . informed that the Revd. Mr. Faunce resigned -his charge. xif. the w.esjtem _ part of the district atHhe.en'd of the, year. , The Churchwardens at. Kamaruka have the full amount of stipend required i guaranteed, and have written to the Dean at Goulburn to appoint a clergymarir ; ; but . it-.seems ,there_ are, nope to spare. The Bishop. is now on ni6-;way back, to .the colony, and it is understood Trill bring several clergymen with JiirapWheu ; fib J doubt Candelo ...

CANDELO C C. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

Candelo C. C. ? Firet Innings. I M'Phail, bSeccombe ? 28 J. Keys, c Langley ? , ? 2 A. Wren, C J. Ward ? ; ? ? ? 0 H Wren, b Langley ? X W. Wren, run out ? ? ? ? 8 A. J. Cook, run out ? 1 R. Grant, b Robinson ? ? 1 A. O. Cook, c Irvine ? ? 3 W. Grant, b Seccombe ? ? ? i 3. Celhns, 'b Seccombe ? ? .'.v.. ? 0 W. Collins, not out ? .....T™ ? 4 sundries ? ? ? ...A'.,,.; ? ^8 - .',r 68

COBARGO ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

COBARGO ANNUAL RACES. j Stewards — Messrs. J- Tsrimton, P1. Quinn, A. Hukins, John Coman, D- Tar linton, Thomas Mooney, William Allan. Judge— W. D. Tarlinton, Esq.; Treasurer and Secretaiy — T. M'Manus ; . Starter — Mr. A. G. Sutherland ; Clerk of the Course — Mr. L Jessop. The Cobargo Annual Races were un fortunately arranged for Anniversary Day, the day fixed for the opening of the Mornya Bridge, and thus it -was pretty certain that both places could not be well attended. We do not know ,« ho is to blame for the clashing of these two events, but are inclined to think the Cobargonians bad.the precedence. As it was, many from the 'north of Cobargo were drawn off to Moruya, and the attendance at the Races was not so good as in previous years,, but with a small sprinkling of Bega visitois -a; fair muster was made up. The first race on the programme was THE MAIDEN PLATE o£ 20- sovereigns, for all maiden horses ; weight for age.-lj miles ; oneeveut. Mr, Gannon's b g Free Selector; — Mil...

LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, 20TH JANUARY, 1876. Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

LAND OFFICE. Thcbsdav, 201th January, 1876. Conditional Purchases. No. 6. — Frederick John Newlyn, county of Auckland, parish of Puen Buen, 40 acres, section 21, being measured portion No 11. No. 7-:— Thomas Kent, cotlnty of Dam pier, parish of Tanja, 40 acres, section 21y adjoining eastern boundary of his former selections. No. 8. — Joseph Sercombe, 6ame county and. parish, 40 acres, section 21, adjoining southern boundary of his 60 acres.

SHIPPING MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

[?] MER1MBDLA. Depahtohk — John Penn (s.), 200 -'lipi Cap- j tfliu Shecd, for Sydney, 21ft inst. Fn.ssengei's : i-s. E.u.-lcrlon, Mins ' Kcsterton, Mrs. Mewil, Missj-Mewilj Ma .Gordon -Miss rc^, II alib, Klrfi. Gleeeon, iliss Glccson, Mtt.; W lute,' I Wrfwrp. ltilehin/Kcsterton. Brown, Nolan, Dans, j „^jiuUopi,,Qnd 5 in thcjstcerflgc. ^ .. AniiirviiD — John Penn (f.)- -200, tons, Captain Shccrt. from Sydney, via Tarthra. Phkscu-«ts : Miss Maiming, Mrs. Spcare and 3 children, Mirs Tnvlor, Mr. and Mrs. J. «? Hussey, Messrs. H. Jfiiehie, Kcrrieon, -M. ovSilonion, M-Kcuzie, WnlVer, '. .iiliean, Askew, and 12 in the steerage. I .(Vt Grown, agent.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

. : ? ...,. i : ? ?' ! Illawarra Steam Navigation Company; '? ! WEEKLY Strainer between SYDNEY. MKRIMBULA, TARTHRA, Hud ., EDEN. . .. ; . .. Prom SYDNEY every' TUESDAY at 9 a.m. From 'EDEN & MERTMBULA on FRIDAY ' ? rmoriiing. On al| occasions ' calling ot ? ' ? TA'/iTRA'cach way, weather permitting. Fflrep and Freiglits at ViTyLowRates. .. NOChnrcemode for.' Meals during, the voyages oftheseBteanterB. Agents : Merimbulfl, Mr. Vincent Brown ; . Eden, Mi.Keon ; and at Tarthra, Captain Sergeant; Sydney, 14th May, 1874. * Regular Communication Between ? : SYDNEY, EDEN, and TARTHRA. fJUHE splendid clipper brigantine ? : ^ DE LLE . Doted for her last hud regular passages, will in future RUN 1 REGULARLY ;bei ween ' Sydney ' find Eden, chllidg at Tarthra each way. For fullparticulars as to, dates 'of. 'sailing and ? ates of freight,, apply to S. 4 H. SOLOMON, ? , ' Eden. . _ . Business Directory. : : ? : s. bkowijv A IJ C T TO NEE R , . . LAND AND COMMISSION AOBNT. Carp:street, Bega...

REPORTS. R. R. BLIGH'S REPORT. Bega, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

EE PORTS. B. B. BHGH'S REPOBT t - ? ' i- ? Begn, Januaiy 20. I.ij 1 1 hwre-to rcpor} ealc-of lG0«ta're cpws.fir,. ac count of Mr. Jolm Brown; at £3 p'orlica'd ; pur chased by— EvanB, Esq., for the Bodalla estate \ * * j.oi'BcitT^iTtTr's ^bpokt- ' V Melbourne, Januiny 19. - Fat Cattle. — 1 ,103 were forwarded for to-day's'* sale. Prime beef was barely' rcpi'csciite.l, good nnd medium preponderating ; a pood company, rind weather favourable, caused the sale to stnrt 'briskly at an aiivnnce of about 10s on.last week's quotations J^pirited biddings wire maim ained nn-l nt-!rii-a flnsofl firm Annfn. 1 Q '/ tioris bullocks L12 to L13 2s fidi good ; ? do L10 to L12 : others from L7 upwards ; cows, up to til'. - ' Btoro Stock.— In pood demand. 1 sold — about 50 inferior cattle, m lots, up to hi 2s 63. j MEBBEtS. fcXLUNKEBAND SPABKB'S JiGPQBT. I ? EaBt'MaStland, January 14. ' ' ' - Store Cattle.— The prevailing drought tends to stay transactions ; in fact local sales are duller ? . ?than the...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

OOilteEGI'AL. BEOhT tSTAKDAIlD OFFICE, Friday evening. ] AVc received the following prices current | . by telegram this (Friday) evening : — iktSKEY PMESTLY & Co'fi PBICK LTBT. ilhj Electric Telegraph.) £ e. d. : ^M«izo ... ... ... ... 0 4..6plrbus Hides ? ... ». 0 o * ' lb J Tallow ? ' ... --.30 0 0 ' ton /Pigs ... ... — — ' » * ? lu Bacon ? . 0 0-10 ' ' Butter... '... ... 0 1 3 11 ' Cheese ? ? ... 0 -0 G ' CMts ? ' ... 0 3 0 ' busl Barley... ? ? -0 3 4 ' ' Wattle Bark ? ' ... 7 0 0 ' ton A Blour ? ? — 13 0 0 ' ton C3 Sussex-street, Sydney, 28 January, IS? 6 , - ? '? ? J. JUnLtmir's Piuce I.ist. {By EUctrlc Telegraph.) » U. Butter .:. ? 0 1 '3 per lb. ' Cheese... . - ? ? ... 0 0 7 '? Bacon ? ? ... *-? 0 0 $ ' Hafns ? ... i.. 0 0 10 ' Maize ... ? 0 4 4 per bus. Bark ... ? 7 0.f0 per Inn. ? 'Flour ...' ' ? ? ' '... 13 0 0 ' Tallow... ... ... ' ..._32 0 0 per ton. ' Pigs,perlb ? ... '0 0 5. 82, Susscx-slrect, Sydney, 28sl January, 187C ?

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

/ : _ - . rr-- .-i r ? — ? - — g P * DISTBI CT DiEtlCTOBT. BEGA. . THE MAGISTRACY. Wren, Esq., Knmernkn ; J. D'Ancv, Esq DnisvRnnk ;E.HASLlNaDEN,Esq.,Cdohn WBtn ; R. RlTClirE, Esq., Daisy Hill ; C. T. Stiles, Esq., Kanoonti ; R. T. Kirby, Esq., fcrookvnl- ; R. M. Bnn,tJ-, Esq., Gipps fetrect ; M. J. Pepkn*. Esq., Carp-street; VP. D. TAltUNToN, 1-ij.,-Urendhntonra ; W.J. Lakh. Esq., l£ninerukn ; Wiu. II'Grkgor, Esq., Brogo') J. Jauncev, Esq., Anglcdalo Clerk of the Bcnrli 'J Rasistrflrof tli eDiftijct Court I Land A cent V J ? Davis, Esq. Regisd'Arof liirlliB, &c. I- Commissioner in Insolvency * Bailiff : G. M.- 4l ANSON Bailiff, Small Debts Court : R. W. Caldwell. Poutidkrcper : S. BnoWN. INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. Bcfrn School of Arts, OUrp-st.; membership, 5fC per quarter. President. Dr. Shicls ; Hon. Secretary, 0. Harrison. Open Jo members every day, except when specially engaged. I'rince Alfred Lodge of Odd Fellows, M.IT /Meetings, every' second Monday, in tlio School o...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

Church S e rlv i c e s. Church of England. BIVINE SERVICE will beheld on Sunday : — February -!, Bega, 11 a.m, and 7.30 p.m. February 13, Bega, 11 a-m. and 7.30 p.m. Pbayeh Meetings. Jellat Jellat, Wednesday, Feb. 9th. at 7.30 p.m. Barrnbooka, Wednesday, Feb. 16th, at 2.30 p.m. Bega, every Friday at 8 p.m. Catholic. gJASS will be celebrated on Sunday February 6th — JOBILEE. Eden, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. February 9tb, Wednesday — JUBILEE. Panbula, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. February I3th — JUBILEE. Candelo, 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Presbyterian. THE Rev, W, Baker will (d,v,) preach on ou Sunday J February 0, Eden. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. February 13, Bega, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. February 20, Wolumla, 11 a.m.; Bega, 7.'30p.m. Fcbruary'27, Panbula, II a.m. ; Merimbula, 7 p.m. 'Wesleyan. SERVICE in connection with tho Wesloyan Church will be held as follows: — February fith, Bega, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wolumla, 3 p.m. — Mr. Osborne. TnntawauRlo, U a.m. 1 M girl. Candelo, 3 p.m. ) Nelson, 3 p.m.— -Mr. James Latimer...

WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. (Abridged from reports furnished to the Herald .) The third New South Wales and Queens land Conference of the Australasian Wes leyan Church commenced its sittings in Sydney on Thursday the 27th instant. The retiring President, the Rev. S. w ltKinson. delivered an aaaress toucning on all points of interest since last sitting ofthe Conference. He rejoiced in the con tinuance of peace throughout the world, except the internecine wars in Spain and Turkey, and lamented that ' scepticism and infidelity, rationalism and ritualism, had spread their gloomy tenets over many minds.' Their church at home, he said, had additions of 6,000 n~ embers and 25,000 on trial for. church memberships, and the noble sum of £150,000 bad been laid on the missionary altar, and concluded a leugthy address with expressions of thankfulness for the progress of this branch of the church. The election of President and Secretary then took place, and the Rev. S. B. Water house was chosen Presiden...

MORUYA BRIDGE OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

MORUYA BRIDGE OPENING. (fbom our special correspondent.) A ride to Moruya is,no joke at the best of times, but with the sultry weather we bad on the long stretch of nearly 80 miles from Bega it became really like hard work. Arrived at Moruya, all the town was in a state of intense excitement, people arriving from all parts and beds at a decided pre rri,„ ™ had worked we':l and earnestly together, and their arrangements were such as to give, so far as I know, general satisfaction. That Moruya has its bridge to replace the old ford is due to the persistent efforts of the people and to the management of Mr. Clarke in Sydney, and it has not been without many discouragements, and at many times almost in despair of ever carry ing their point, that Moruya folks have gone on and won. I am not engineer enough (o give you a proper description of the finished, or rather nearly finished structure, but to me it seems a splendid piece of work, something like three hun dred paces long, the stacks ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. BOMBALA. February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

OT7K TELEGRAMS. fFaoM otra Telegraphic Correspohdent.1 ' BOMBALA. February 4. Exhibition entries closed yesterday. Total entries, four hundred and seventy-four, consisting of horses, 125 entries ; cattle, 62 entries ; sheep', i-4 entries ; Fine ArtB and Fancy. Work, 54 entries ; sundries, 179 entries. SYDNEY, February 4. The Assembly passed several items in the Supplementary Estimates for 1874 and 1875, including a pension of £250 per annum to Mr. Hargraves, gold discoverer. The Upper Ifouso threw out Gold Duties Abolition and Impounding Act Amendment Bills. The Government have telegraped Mr. Forster, offering him the Agent Generalship. Roberts acquitted on the charge of fraudulent insolvency. ' Erin ' won the Glen Innes Cup. Report of the S3 dney Meat Pre serving Co., satisfactory. Barque ' Record ' totally wrecked at Sew Caledonia. The expedition for laying the cable between this and New Eealand com mences from Botany Bay to-morrow. Cattle. — Fat: ISnpply in excess of demand ; com...

THE CAPTURED BANK ROBBER [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

THE CAPTURED BANK BOBBER We take the following-report of the Police Court examination of the Cannonbar bank robber, lately captured at Bourke, from the Central Australian : ? ' Sub-Inspector Keegan deposed' that, in company with senior-constable Laugh ton, he went- to. Mr. Gibbs' public-house, and arrested ~the prisoner on . the charge of robbing the Commercial Bank at Cannon bar ; told him tho change, and cautioned him in the usual manner ; prisoner inter rupted him (sub-inspector) tfhile explain ing, and said he did not want any of his logic, and he (prisoner) knew quite as much as he did 5 . prisoner kicked a man that was in the bar while he (witness ) . hold of him ; he called him a thief (prisoner) said he was sorry that he did not do for him ; on 'the way to ,the lock-up asked prisoner where were the notes and other moneys ; be replied, witness had better ask the man 'who had' 'informed against him, he might have them ; asked him whom he referred to ; he said, ' Yon tlinv ? Gf...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

COMMERCIAL, JJeQA t3TAKDA7!D OFFICE, - Friday evenine. Wo received the following prices current by telegram this (Friday) evening : — Henry Peigstly & Co's Peioe List. (By Electric Telegraph.) £ s. d. Maize ... ... \ -... 0 S 10 perbusj Hides ? ... ... 0 o 4 ' lb Tallow.... ? * ... 30 .0 0 11 ton Pigs ... ? 0 0 4 ' lb Bacon ... ? 0 0 10 ' Butter... ? 0 13' ' Cheese ? 0 0 6 ' Oats ? ? ? 0 3 0 ' bus! Barley... ? 0 4 0 ' ' Wattle Bark ? 6 0 0 ' ton Jrlnur ... ? 12 0 0 ' ton fi'i Sussex-street, Sydney, 4th Fcbrary, XS76J {f. Melliday'b Pbice List. (By Elcclrtc I'elegraph.) & b. d. Butter ... ? 0 13 per lb. Cheese ? 0 0 7 '* Bacon ? 0 0 8 ' Hams ? 0 0 10 '* ? Maize ? 0 4 0 per bus, 1'ark ? ? 0 0 0 per ton. Flour ? ... 12 0 0 ' Tallow. ? 32 0 0 per ton. Figs, per lb ? ... 0 0 5 82, Sussex-street, Sydney, 4th February, 1870.

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