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CURIOSITIES OF LUNACY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885

CUO IOSITIES OF LUNACY. Tulilik are cases where blows on the head have .benefited tlhe brain, and produced extraordinalry changes for the better. Mabillion was almost an idiot till, at the' age of ?weity-six, he fell down a stone staircase, fractured his skull;, nd was trcpanned. From that moment he becamne a genius;.- Doctor Prichard mentions a case of thrce brothers who were all nearly idiots. One of them was injnr:ed on the head and, froin tha time he liiightened up and is ieoN: ti. uccessful barrister. Wallqnstein, too, they sayi was a mere fool till hefell out of a window and awoke with enlarged capabilities. A patient in an asylum was the victim of many delusions. He was paying oil the-National Debt,;:going into partner ship with ilBaron Iothschild, and form ing a .lodge of female Freenmasons. One day anl epileptic patient, irritated at beingpercretuellyasked tob uyimaagin ary shares, gave himi a tremendous blow onl-the bridge of the. nose. From that time he improved rapidly, ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885

STOCK SAL:E . Messrs Teague and Co.'s usual monthly stock sale was held at their yards yester da ..: The attendance was very good, ndl the bidding :,keen; Nine hundred cattle were y3arded and all disposed of except a smallline, which,will tbe offered;to-day. The"'top rprice for fat': billocks was £9; sIores frees £4 -to £6h: lTihA itiituiiThthI of sheep ever offered-in Euroa--5000 were `all idaced '?cepta aniall liine: The. highest price was 10s. Young pigs sold well at. 13s. .Horses, 'as , usual, were a drug, in cons quence of the .high rc serves. - Messrs: Slee, Ogilby, arnd Co.'s sale on Friday was a most. successful one, 400 cattle were yarded aid all disposed of with the exception of. two pens, at very satisfactory irices. Fat ciiws went up to £7; and ell forward stores realised £G bs. These'were 1,100 store sheep placed iat very good figures: "The attendance was good and the bidding brisk. There were several enquiries for fat sheep, but noi?e were offered..:; Messrs. Sle?e, Og...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885

A YOUNG GENTLEMAN in good position would like to CORRES POND with a YOUNG LADY with a view to MATRIMONY is Tall Fair and Young under ri. Photos exchanged. Is a native and would like p:autner s:amo. Write soon or you may lose a good chance. A. L. F., Jaonas street, Tarn- - dale. Chlurch Xsti4e'n. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SHE REV. F. L. WILSON. will conduct Divine Service NEXT SUN'DAY as follows :-SMorning, "Violet Town at 1 11 o'clock. Afternoon, Balmattuml sub ject: "General Gordon." Evening, Euroa, at 7 p.m., subject: " Revenge v. True Nobility." WESLEYAN CHURCHI, EUROA."• QERVICES will be conducted as .fol lows :-Euroa, 11 a.m., Rev. James Lowe (Farewell Sermon). Even ing, 7 p.m., Mr. W. S. Reeves. Prublic otIcecs s t SHIRE OF EUROA. P - PLANS of'the SHIRE, price 5s. can be obtained on application to the Sec retary or by enclosing Postal note for that anlount. By Order, SAND:. WHITE, - Shire Hall,. '..Secretary. Euroa, March 12, 1885.' 1itszoall Enslaprove"ment 3 A %us55ication t RIE -:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885

..:.- ·- - -- . - .-- _. 3--'- - FOR !..PAPER B:AGS, S TEA PAPERS, V.. STATIONERY, &c., TRY- THE ".':AD:iVERTISER"; Office. , ALLENI TIoEFT TO ' SGeiG al Storekeeper, TC, ^tHiNMONGER, .. HasI lwayk on~ liad for -sale o ;:- f ill kindlZ f' Buildigg materials, " 'Bricks, SGalvanised Iron. Lime . .. - SCement, Fencing wire, (best brands.) Cash Advances made against. Graii andil 0l. - Agent. for the Commnerccal; Union Fire A nsurunce Moclety. M.elbourne, S Agent'for tlhe MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY :-OF VICTORIA. Agent for M'Corinack lReaper and Twine Binder, and other. Agricultural inplenent., including : DOBIE'S SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION CHURNS, The most]Labour Saving Churn Known. Cash Buyer of all Farm Prod FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES. O.N THE- SIIORTEST NOTICE. SMUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VICTORIA (LIMITED.) . Head Office, 79 Little Collins -. st rco et. lbu yc-, - For Life Ass'uriafineaid Endowtndnts. Policy HIIlders Diride the Profits. i- r Thomas Loader, (T...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885

The cceiif stiatenment' tlith Lordl Wolseley's eyesight had oeen considerably affected by the climate of the Soudan twas incorrect . It. is probable' that the Dominion of Canada will send a force of 30,000 mIn to tal~e part in the camlpaign in the Souda?s. : It is reported that offers have been re ceived fromi the colonies to send to I;idia contingeits amounting to 50,000 men in the event of war between England and Russia. Tie Observer states that Earl Granville forwarded on Friday an ultiimatum to the Russian Government demanding the with drawal off" their. troops froim Afghan teuritory. The English and Russian Governments liaive snit immense orders for cartridges to mnanufacturers in the United .States. The Aanuer of Ca.ul is sending re-in forcemineits to the Afghinn frontier. The military authorities in India have despatched re-inforciments to the British garrison at Pisbin and Quatta, which coin mand the Bolan Pass. The Emperor William, of Germany, is urging the Czar to come to ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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VIOLET TOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885

S.VIOLE.HT T.'OWS I- Les. . The annuil meet of the above club t-ok place on Tuesday last, under most fayor.lble mispices. Tih day was beautifully bright, the entries were iiumerous fir the vario-as races, which were well contest.'d throughout, and a large attendance of the public 'evinced the increasiug iln cr:st with which thl Violet Town Iraces are looked forward to. Visitors arrived from nll parts of tlhe district,, by ral,, wa3 gonette, buggy, and ":Shanksl s lpoiy." Most of the Euroa rai-ing folk p troni ised the railway, although not a few preferred the pleasant country driei of twelve miles. The only dr.awb.ack to the d.y's out ng wai caused bW the vagaries of tile ubiquitous '"dust-fiu.l," who lh!d the road from Violet Town to the convinciilg ground in strng force, and clothed the p:s~seLngers il a: dense, yellow dust-cloud. The coirse was marked out 'by lags, placed at inot rrals, and tile races were fairly visible from every point. .Tlie stewards had made all theitr arrang...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885

RL I. A N .p . BO R U, BEST OLD IRISH WHISKY, MIanufaictured by Young, King ind Co, of Belfast. Agunts .for Euroa : J. E. I-ANDBURIY and CO, Slirit Meirchlints, Eurosi. T II M OYLE, .. (Late Lod QLficfer, :Syh,rur.) GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL . AUCTIONEER, Stock, L;d, Id, nsurance and (. ?eal Conniiission Agent, S. E V\M OUTTR* 1Busine.ss of all .inds witlh the Lands Department Conducted. Agento for . Royal Fire Insurance Company. Colonial Mutual Life Assuroance S.iotl.y, (Limited.) TO FAI.:IMERS & ..HIEIlS. Tfhe:Eand Iourt;la;?ce ? sltýak of, lVi(ctoriaI (oLilsited). EsTr,?uanisu 1St4. LIEAD OFFICE: Collins Stiet East, il Melbourne. The 'Hio Ilou) I. D. Reid, Chairman: Tholmas Smith, Esq., I?; G oi'go Wilson, Esq.,J.T.P., Patrick O'Brien, Esq., J:.P. John Finlay, Esq., J.P. Willi:am MCllullll'tic. AdvanceCs made on Frcehold Estate within the Colony of Victori;a for fixed periods, at lowest rates. Special attention is called to tlhe facili ties olffered by this Complany to borro...

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EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, March 11th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885

SUOIOA. KISRE CO-ulCIL. Ired5aed y, March 11th, 1885. ".The usual meeting' of the Council was ield td-day. - P':ea-EN' : CoulnCillors Cibson (president),:, McGdine;~-ss, Galihaui, Duncan,.: -'Neelands, Crosbio, Hehir, Birketta t and Grattan.. The o-utiird =correspondence having been read, that inwards was considored' and dealt with as followis : ? :Fromthe Central Boaril if Health ls a stagnuant- waterholeo in, Honeysuckle striet,' Violet Town, near'Mr: Kelly's.- . Received. - From the Government Statist asking . 'for returns'of'stock slaughtered:. To be attended to. Froni the Chief Secretary requesting cooperatioii in ensuring adequate repro- sentationuof Colonial products iat Co!onial and Indai Exhibition.- Received. Fromn J~. F . Daniel, secretary, asking for a donstio?i: to: assist in `,e stablishing '.? a chair of mulsie&c.-Received. From, the shire of South, Shhpparton requestingl payment of half coits 'ofpump at' Pine" ILg '-ItReoeivedil -The Euroa Slhire Council not'...

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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MARCH 13th., 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885

. PUBLISIIED EVERYT FRIDAY OIORNG. FRIDlAY,? ,· TA CIH13th., 18857. Owing to thie ?cngth of the local* coun cil report, race iieetingand ;thler nmatters, :oir-leiding ariticle iind iiteiestiig coiuntry cor.slbondeic.; is oidivoidably. croivdid ou?ot Tho.inoniappearacuceof several busi-: uessadvertisements is diue to the sameo cTuiesda yn'.n?,: S -Patrick's Day, has' been gazettid . bankoliliiday in Euroa; on accouint of the races to be held on that d:iy I"Thoe usual \ iLdnesday half-luliday will be heldon Tuiesday. The silver cup, priesentcd by -Mr ,"W. Willimiis, of Williamstown, for the winner of the Euroi Cuip. at the forthcoming meeting; is now. on--view at, the -Euroa Trading Company's stoce. It is a splciidid spccimen of .the engrave?s' art, and Well worthy inispection.. The Shire Coiincil dan W-ednesday held the longest sitting on record since its for imation. Colincillo?. paticntly sat froni 10a:iii..to.10 p.n!., with -short intervals for refreshments---a strcten of 12 hours...

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CORRESPONDENCE. OUR CAVALRY CORPS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885

OUR CAVALRY CORPS. (TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE ADVERTISER.) Snm,--In your issue of the 27th ultimo I noticed a correspondence between Major Slee and the Defence department re the formation of a Cavalry Corps. The reason assigned for the refusal of the offer was our " Too great a distance froml Melbourne and Sanldhurst, and there being only one drill instructor." I should like to know, sir, have any steps been taken to call a public meeting on the subject. There is the more reason. for this,' for every   English telegram brings us news of the very strained relations, existing between' old England and notably Germany and   Russia, not to speak of the present struggle goig on in the Soudan. ' Surely it is not possible that there is only oue   man in the colony capable of imparting "cavalry drill" if so it does not speak very highly of the foresight of the   Minister of Defence. While on the subject I might ask how is it that Euroa, which b...

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KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

( o s RO OR tw CORLRE'SPosNEwTi). . Pho weather is still keeping very dry, and it is all the farmers cry that more rain is badly wanted, as a great miaay h]ave commenced . ploughing, and lthe ground in some parts very harId. We had Ssome very rough w~ind here lately, and every appearance of rain, but it has all cleared off again. The grass is beginning to look greed in most of the plLddocks : and if a few heavy showers would come Slýlougling iwoul l-oon -be in full' swinig. A great many peolple are troublled with sore eyes in this district, tile cause of which is unknown. Many 'of our farmers have held back their grain in h.pes of an improvement in prices, but now they are selling for less than they would have received in the commencement of tile ? meason. Some lave not sold any wheat for three years are being forced to sell now at reduced rates. Opossums are becoming very pleutiful all round here,' and no doubt will do a lot of harm this year, if they are nlot promptly attended to....

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MARRAWEENEY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

(1RO1 O1~R O'?, CORnESPON, E ii . Threshing is finished in tihs district, and the result I am happy to ,ay is very r- tisfactory. " praiinised ii lii" la nst to rend you a few of the priucipat: yieilds. T.ie following is fol.m the s,':eniiint of the mnanagers of the machine :i I=ir. Wooley, 7 'Bags ? e: Acre MIr. Steen, .... 8 , " Messrs Ellis Bros.S ' ,, SsMr.- Myers,-' 8 ,, S Ir. Sessions,' : ' ..... Mr. W. Mackrell, . , Mr. Bush,. 8 sIr. Rowell, 8 ., ,, Air. Murray, 7 , . Mr. N?agel; ' --lessrs..1. Smart, 28 acries for 2001)lags, -)said.Bros., anid lculGeuy niarl S bags. Mr. Jackson ihad only thr?eshled ) acres, when I got the return, and had got 101 lags. This is the reltuurn fr oats, wlsd;it 'in general turn~ed out verv po'ly. 1 ain .:dalso happy..-to report the entire satisfac "tion given by the threshing inathiiie, . vwhich put through most of the crop re ported on, Mr. McKermnin of Bal;nattuii ibeing the owner, iuisnaged by Mr. A. "tGordon; ?ho sncc?ede.l iii giving the ifar...

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Atoms of Items. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

Atoms of Itemiis. tRain badly -wanted hero. Tallaroook races on 26th inst. Australian winesunpopular in India. Gelong water supply contaminated .by poisoned rabbits. . - Imperial Government strongly in favor.. of an Australian nmivy. An old fellow, 100; years of agc; burint to death at Bairnsdale.. Satisfactor1y rIonress being made dupli catimng the North-Eastern line. Anii ehcaimpieint of all the Victorian 'forces during Easter week. , grant of £'20,000 pissed by thle "Home Gove?mnmenft to the fataily of late Gdneral Gordon.;: A society started in Melbourne to secure skilfiul nursimg:for. the sick poor in theiri owa home.. . Earl Derby, by Gj A: Sala I Very able, but wumc'tah: in .tiper anid will ; not the m in for the post. G. eelong;: Ti?sday. Two youths rowina on the rsver. Boat upset. Boy named atea xed 11 ye-irs drowned. SThe -Sadi?atioii':Arnsi ? idllei Sisters' Home,' ii Fit'roy,' supplied"216S mileals and 618;beds during the last month.!! ,. Mir. G. A. Sal: delivers his lis...

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St. Patrick's Day. BENALLA SPORTS. BENALLA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

it. IPatr1cC'bs ]D'7 I BENALLA SPORTS. ('?Ro ous ow' COrtSroDrODE .T). - S - BE': ALs.5,:V iltioaday. .The. anniversai yof,:Ireland's patrl on saint awas celebrated here yesterday by a fete--the third held under the auspices of theH.A.C.B. Society. "Tlhegoodold o St. Patrick" would appear to watch the interests of those celebrating his natal s day in the :at er:'of iweather,, for his t annivers?ry is invariably favore:l with a n fine condition iof th6 atmosphere. But whether " the gentleman," who, aa we are told in the song, `" was born of decent " people," succeeded in working thl clclk of the weather. or not may be left to the conclusion of youir readers. All I have r to say is thit that oflicer was in a propi tious mood on Tuesday. A number of visitors arrived by nmormni trains fro.u different parts, and a speciaf fro:n St. James brought a fair contingent' from the direction of the Murray. lhurtly after l1 It o'clock the forces were ima!rh:slled i neloar the Catholic chtlapel,, i...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. TRAINS leave Euroa DAILY as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

RAILWAAY TIME TABLE. TP..? leave Euroa DAIL. a oll For.MIlbourne at 10.17 a.in;.,' ad .17 For Soymour.and Shepparton lilis at 3.11 p.M.." For Baiialli, W~ garatta, and . odolga, at 1]0.16 a.m.;a .55 p.n. ,ai -* For:Bhitlli at:i0;lt p.m. : : - ·· : . ···- · ·· ··YI

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

The followiing notifications ? appeared in Friday's Gazette-: : . .:;•s:.." Arpplications fori.licenses noit granted:' --iicliard G. TihoTmns, iIaurice Bowler, Jas. Ferr'igan Gowangardie.; i STIhe following licenses have been con colled--Robert ; Gourlay, TamleghllIi Isabelli?Ford, Mieiol. '' . *Applications for; : leases approved:-, Mary Ann :,Fidler,- Goramgoor;n imong ;' Michael Maguire,. Goirangardie ; Michael :Nolian; Msrraiiceney.': i :: . At"thoe umurka'h police court on Thurs diy, WVin. 13: Russell, late secretary of thEe :oyal Ridgely Lodge, I.O.O.F; .was corn mittedfot trial at thlie Sliepparton Assizesd to' =iel eldon :th 1lst M~iy on ' clarger of eibliezliing theofunds of the-lodge:' Two chargdes iinplyingideficiences amountinig to £40;:werepreferred against the accused. The defalcations, however, are-sid to ex ceed £150.+o Accused was at oine tiime in business at Bcualla : "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

tu fte Resirquts of tQii SIie of (Enqiui. EUROa, lApril ','rd, 1885. a ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,- In succeeding MIr F. S. Nale as proprietors of the Euroe Advertiser, we take the opportunity of assuring you of our unflinching detCnnination to make the papers reliable rellex of the news of the Nortli-Eastern District. Not only do we propose to afford an index of current topics, but our best energies will be directed to the conservation of all interests calculated to advance the public weal, to give publicity to the local requirements of individual localities, and under all circumstances to utilise the powerful influence of the Press solely on the side of truth and justice. Our only desire is to faithfully represent our constituents, and, in order to enable us so to do, we cordially invite suggestions from subscribers in the way of improvements to the Adrertiser. The district is such an extensive one, that it is almost a matter of impossibility for us, as entire strangers, to at once grapp...

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Ball in the Public Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

Ball Zi 1 the P]b'liic ]iits". SA grand ball, under the auspices of the lHibernitan .Australasian Catholic Benefit Society, St. Michael's, was hiltd an PAc. r a tctcLst"NI In "'Go Public Ha-ll, Euroa, and proved an unqualified succe?s.: 'early :00 vo taries to the.Terpsichorean shrine were in attendance, gvying to the large hall a brilliant and imp-sing npp(.aranc"".. Thise whole of, the narrangements had been left inl the hands of Messrs Walslh and Toomecy, President and Vice President, and the successful outcemnn of their labors mu-t be very satis!hctory to the Society, and prof, if any were needed, that, ii delegating working powers. to these two gentlemen, mem bers were con'sulting their best interests aund ensuring provision for every .posihlo cointingency. The magnificent emblematical banner of tie order was displayed ab we the proscenium, with picturesque effect, On a green back grounld .the name of tile Society i4 brought out in gold lettering, relieved by delicate florid or...

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VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 17. (Before H. Linard and W. W. Crocker, Esq's., J's.P.) SUMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

'ti IOLE1 TOW N3POLICfl COURT. Ticdla rs srch1 1 (Beforo U Linardcl and W. W. Crocker, Eaq's., J's.P.)' - sumLLroxs. Neaby v Drewritt. -Assault.-Asineither party's' solicitor appeared en account of. Benalla sports, the case was post oaed for a fortnight. DEBT. A crosssunmonsbesteen J. Russell and Daniel Rols, for debt on both sides, was heard.. From the evidence it appeared that the parties ýwcro neighbours, ind they both agreed to vwork togethier oil their new selection, until a fa!lihig out "ensued. ,Mr James M'vres i'as a witness" for Ro?i!s. He stated that he ahiaiys sinderotood that they both worked together neighbourly. Case dismissed. The ires. F.' : Wilsoin announced :last Sunday miorning that The Righ. tRh Loid Bishop of Melbourne woud visit Violeth Tosfi on the 16th of April for tho'pirpose of consecrating the Church of England and holding a confirnmation class.

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VIOLET TOWN ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 March 1885

(rnoxa ousc own conwESrorDenar. ST. PATRICK'S DAY-': The Violet Town Sunday school annual pic-nic c.une olf on Tuesday last, and proved very successful. The site selected fr t!he day's pleasure was in Mr Cirocker's section paddoek, which he kindly lent for thediy.. The ochildren were taken fromn the? State `schiool-in the 'marning, and driven to the place'nmentioned, whore they dl. apparvently- enjoyed a good day's fun. There wore a good iany prizes ;gitveni to: thioe ?id·ie for runing, &e., i'th'e shpe of nion?ya iidtoys. -Mj r T. Bond gave some very nice scrap books and pictures fo?r'the.girls under twelvo years of ageo. iThe young men aild :wo.men werei engiged. in dancing,i plailing ciculais, droppping the hasidkerchief, cross t ing;&?: As fdr imiself I managedto decoy a fdei young' ftioloys away to play cricket,- whichi"'et well eixu joyed. ;Then being tired I sat dbir' aid partook of some- nice fruit, nixd a'aitched the rising generation' playiig different: rga...

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