TRAIN SMASH. l L.N.W.R. Coach Overturns. SIX INJURED. I MANCHESTER. Thursday. The Press Association Manchester cor- respondent telegraphs:— Early this morning the London and ICorth-Western express from Manchester to London met with a mishap shortly after beginning its journey. While travel- ling at a slow speed, a middle coach- one of fafteen--when crossing the points, swerved on to the adjoining line, and after being dragged for a short distance was thrown on its side. The engine and other coaches kept the metals. The occupants of the coach were violently shaken, and six were injured. NAMES OF THE INJURED. John Hughes, of Winter-street, Cheetham-hill, Manchester, was detained ii hospital for several hours suffering from shock and sprains. Other injured men were Sergt. Beavan, of Salford, fractured too; l'te. Ernest Ilindk, West Gorton, injured hand; Geo. Spiller, West Gorton, bruised head and legs; Sergt. J. F. Warren, Altrincham, cut. ear; Geo. Henry Hay dock, Shipley, Whitefield, shock and bruised back. The train continued its journey to London after about an hour and a half's delay. One of the passengers stated that the accident occurred too suddenly to cause a panic. They were all thrown together m a heap, but soon made their way out.
LOCO MEN'S WAGES. Request for Conference With I Sir A. Geddes. LONDON, Thursday. The Associattd Locomotive Engineers and Firemen on Thursday afternoon sent a letter to Sir Auckland Geddes, request- ing a conference on Friday with a view to a definite result being reached on that day in regard to the present wages dis- pute, which affects the whole of the loco- motive and electric train men in the 1 country.—Exchange.
} GOING NORTH. I (Neath Three-quarter Signs I ii for Hull. J.. The Neath Rugby Club will in the coming season be without the services of A. Broham, one of the most promising three-quarters to don the All-Black jersey for many years. He has "gone North," having joined Hull Kingston Rovers. It is understood that a substantial sum v m I paid down to secure him. Broham, who met with an accident in the ooneluding stages. of last season, I played a brilliant and consistent g JDe. J Showing fine resource and dash; and pos- eessing plenty of stamina.
.WHITE ELL.IHANT? I j Swansea Guardians and I Dryma, House. ) At the Swansea Workhouse Committee- j on Wednesday, Mrs. H. D. Williams in the chair, the question of a feeble-minded boy was discussed, and it was staged that the authorities wanted to send him to Drymiuu House. The relatives, however, were not willing for him to go away, as, if he was sent to the Drymma House they would not be able to visit him. Mrs. Harris moved that he should re- main where he was, and not be sent away, stating that the boy was indispens- able as a baker's assistant in the Work- house. Mr. Dewitt, in supporting Mrs. Harries, e-aid that Drymma House was nothing but a white elephant," and that no one should be sent theere unless they „ were quite strong and able to do hard work, as they would have to do.
CARMARTHEN FARMS. I Serious Effect of .the Drought. I "Water is alarmingly scarce in the Mynyddcerrig and Pontyberem districts of Carmarthenshire. Rivers and wells are drying up and farmers in some dis- tricts have to carry water for their cattle from considerable distances. The grass is scorching, and corn is maturing before it io; half grown. Itfilk production in East Carmarthen- abire has been reduced to one-half the normal supply owing to the drought.
FOR THE CHURCH ARMY. I The public are. generally apeaki?%. weary of flag days, but that on behakol the Church Army on Saturday will pro- bably create a good deal of interest. The Church Army has done, and is still doing. great work among the troops, and their activities along thd Rhine still continue ,TCie pre<v|rd8 of the coming effort in Swansea will go partly to the support of this work and partly for providing homes for the children and widows and other de- pendants of the deceased soldiers. The souvenirs to be sold will take the form of paper and metal medallions, which are memorials of hu.. victnrv
SWANSEA CHILDREN. I The Swansea Workhouse Committee on ednesday discussed whether two children should be lfcft with the father a discharge soldier, ur with the mother It was alleged by the husband that the wife had lerlan unsat:sfactory life while he was in the Army. The mother stated that she had.always done the. best she could for the chil- dren, and stated that her allowance while her husband .was away was onlv 17s. Gd. Ultimately it was decided that the children should remain with their father. •Mins. H. D. Williams stated that ^the Government allowance had been the nlaans of sending hundreds of women to prostitution
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TRIBESMEN OUT Attack on British Convoy. LONDON, Thursday. According to an Afghanistan telegrab: An attack on our outposts by tribesmen at Buluches is reported. Hand to hand fighting took place, and fairlyr heavy losses were inflicted on our troops. The attack arose out of an attempt to interfere with a British convoy which the tribesmen knew to be passing. This illustrates the fact that although peace with Afghanistan was signed on Friday last, troubles on the north-wes- tern frontier are not yet at an end.- Press Association.
THE WELGOMI RAIN. But Only a Very, Very Little Fall. It was only a very little, but it wae truly welcome. The tiny 6riols fell on the thirsty earth, and the little blades Ql weary yellow grase sucked them up ae fast a6 they ML The trees, unable to derive much sustenance from the parched ground, turned every leaf into a cup and drank the drops with the greed of a des>?rt traveller.. And by 8 a.m. not a trace of the softly sprinkled moisture wgs to be found any- where in S'wanaea; despite the dampness from midnight to 5 a.m.—Save that the g ntr.T-«nd« sfck* ttubref* -*««•; & little fresher. As to tba comperciaf value of the rain to the farmer, and the manufacturer who depends on water power, we may write it down as nil. A DPWNPOUR SOON? "Just a. trace — probably about a hundredth of an inch," Mr. Walter Webber said it was—not a very substan- tial addition to the tenth of an inch the month has so far given Swansea. But Mr. Webber. of whom, probably 'the holiday- makers will not t nice things, expects a good downpour before long from the thundery, cloudy conditions prevailing.
I SHELL I-NTH- E DUST. I Thoughtless Swanscaites Ask For Trouble. [ A few Swansea people have apparently been dumping their war souvenirs with, out any thought as to the injury they may cause others. Men handling house refuse a day or two 65no ust prevented a shell—a nine pounder-froni passing into the des- truct.or. and a sraa ler one, said to have been used in connection with "mines, was [ also discovered. These must, have been carefully concealed in rubbish bins or they would probably have been feea by (he Council employ:? before they reached the destructor, and while the chance ?If f'H sq?a-rse at! a nine pounder ?etiin? .thenare-uce' usjoot-icwi the risk is by no means inconsiderable, and is great if the ammutiieation • is smaller. The person who dumped" his nine pounder might saa;ly have caused at least very serious injury to Council employes It will be seen from our advertisement columns that the Borough Engineer is asking that there shall be no repetition, and that such ammunition shall be handed over to the police. The common sense of the appeal should ensure a proper response.
COMMERCE OF THE DAY. I BUTTEE MABKET. j Cork. Thursday.—Firsts 374s.. fresh butter 280s. CATTLE MARKET. Bristol. Thursday—Better supply of beet for r.vadine: best made 79s per êwt. live weieht. Sheep very short sunoly: regular tjon price for best. 141d No pies. Few store cattle. Trade quiet owinf to drought Milch cows. 12.8 to £,)8 with £50 as excep- tional figure. London. Thu r-sd ar.-Metrouolitan Market. -A fair entry of fat cattle and sheep at to. day's market were allocated or sent down to kill at regulation price« according to grad-¡ ing. MEAT MARFHET I London. Thursday. -Centrai Market—Beef, fair supplies allocated Scotch English, Irish lone and short sides. 8s 6d.: imported frozen. 6s. to 6s. 6d. Muttor. and lam g. fair i supplies of imported Smtob, English -and I Irish. 9s.: imported. 7s. Veai in small sup- ply. Enerlis-h, 7s. Pork limited offerings: Emrlish and Irish. 10s. 8d imported. 9s. 6d. I
FELL FROM THE PIER. I A boy named Joseph Le-e, of Prince of Wales-road. Swansea, iell off the Swan- a?a Pier at nbou? Svp o'clock on Wednes- I day eve?n? sustaining a fractured thigh. He was taken to the Swansea ) Hospital, where he was detained. )
OUR BRAZILIAN VISITORS. 1 Civic Welcome. The Brazilian commercial delegation, who arrived in Swansea on Wednesday i evening, were accorded a civic reception at the Guildhall on Thursday. The dele- gation consists of Dr, Souza Bandeira, M.l.C.E., representing the iron and steel industries, Dr. Robert Simonsen, abbat- toir, refrigeration, etc., Senor Felix Guis- ard, textile industries, Dr. Ferreira Al- meida, civil engineer, Dr. Hannibal Porto, Amazon trade, and Senor hoie ?wtef.ary; and attached to the delegation fwe-ro Messrs. R. J. McKellan, W. S. Bar- clay, G Berks, T. Askworth, and J. Ha&fceldl>u: In addition to members of the Council and omcials, the following were present representing comercial interests:—Messrs L. E. Prettre (French Consul), Le Bars, -E. P. Jones, H. de Sousa (Brazilian Con- sni). H. de Silva (Portuguese Consul). F. W. Gilbertson (president. Metal Ex- change), E. B. Hills (secretary of Federa- tion of British Industries), W. Tnrpin (Richards, Turpin, Shipping, Ltd.), R. Francis, E. Ruch and Suberton* (English Crown Spelter Co.), and E. W. Stewart (British Mannesmann). I. MAYOR'S WELCOME. u. The Mayor (Councillor W. H. Miles), extended a very hearty welcome, and re- ferred to the great compliment to Swan- ftea in being selected as the one place, in this part of the country for a visit. There was a number of industries of various character which would impress, and pos- sibly instruct the visitors. Swansea gratefully recognised the fact that Brazil was the first part of South America to enter in with the Allies in the great war. He referred to the possibility of increased trade relationships between Brazil and this country. Brazil was a country of S^eat possibilities cknd capable of great developments in minerals, timber and ag- riculture. For some considerable time there had been trade relations between the two countries, and the Consul in Swansea had (mid that before the war there was a direct mail service bet-ween Swansea and Brazil. Swansea would be glad to see that renewed as early an pos- sible in the future. I BRAZILIAN TRADE. Replying on behalf of the delegation. 'I ,Dr. Souza Bandeira thanked the town and Mayor of Swansea. It was nlways i srood to find when visiting a town some natural feature which would remind one of one's native country." I was surprised to sea the likeness between your boautiul bay and, that at (here the speaker gave a name, which was not quite distinct at the end of the room). Swansea, he was told, was one, of the largest metallurgical I districts in the world. Before the war Brazil used to receive from Swansea many *»^s»dwcts, especially patent fuel and tin sheets, and. they hoped that in the near future Swansea's exports to Brazil w-ould g?e&tly increase. And we hopo that the Aliips that will go there will come back with our exports to this country. We have iron ores, we have timber and many other -prod nets we *an supply, you with," added Dr. Bandeira. The Mayor remarked that as the dele. gation had arr¡ged to visit Messrs. Ivitiat and Sbh? works, the present function would not be prolonged. He hoped to :séé- the- company present at 'lunch.
I ,I PEACE IN BREAD. I Swansea Bakers' Strike Ended. On Wednesday evening a deputation of operatives conferred with the Employers' Association, and, on assurance from the Association that there should be no at- tempt at victimisation, and that the whole of the strikers should be re-in- stated, it was agreed to recommend a gen- eral resumption of work on Friday morn- ing. The question of wages was waived (In aount of the announcement that the arbitration had been fixed by the Gov- ernment for Tuesday next. i The deputation's report was presented to a meeting of the operatives in the Working Men's Chb on Thursday morn- ing, and unanimously accepted.
4; PARIS TO COPENHAGEN. Copenhagen, Wednesday (received I XhurSday).The French Goliath aero- plane arrived to-day. The actual flying time from Paris a distance of 700 mlies, was 83 hcui-r Router. i
I IN MUMBLES ROADS. J [Where the Big Craft Will Lay-t J Neither the Corporation nor Harbour i Trust authorities have as yet received ] any official notification as to the detinite date of the visit of the Fleet to Swansea. The berthing places of the larger ships will, of course, be the Mumbles Roads, where there is ample depth of water and absolute safe anchorage. Some of the warships possess 6uch tre- mendous beams that will prohibit their 1 being docked at any of the docks in the Bristol Channel, but several of the, smaller craft can be accommodated in the King's dock if expediency demands such a couree. The regrettable feature in connection with the great naval visit is that Swan- sea at the present time cannot boast of having any passenger boats whereby the public would be enabled to inspect the Fleet. No doubt some of the up-channel- owned pleasure stoamers will, for the occasion, arrange to visit Swansea, and run special trips during tbd.a.ta.oi tho Flpet, in Swansea Bay, and Mr. David James, the manager of the Mumbles and Swansea Railway, will with his custom- ary foresight make special train arrange- ments, giving the Swansea public and visitors an opportunity of viewing the Fleet from the Mumbles Pier and ad- joining bays, from whence an admirable and uninterrupted view of some of Eng- lacii's finest warships can be obtained. Efforts had been made recently by local gentlemen, including Lieut. J. Hodgens, O.B.E., to get such visits, and to see Swansea included.
I B-RITISH RTD CROSS. Pare Wern Hospital Returns Thanks. To the Editor. Sir,—Pare Wern Officers' Hospital closes ih's week. Please permit me to thank the Pm-e for their kindly help during the long war. We are all greatly indebted to 3fies Dulcie Vivian, Clyn Castle, for th46 mansion, and I know Miss Vivian is de- lig-h ed w'th the loyal support of tlle citizens of Swansea for gifts of food and subscriptions for the maintenancp in this hospital of 437 officers and 622 eoldisrs. The Castle Steam Trawlers Co. have sent a big weekly gift of fish throughout the war. Mr. David Jajnos has given free farer on the Mumbles Railway and f. tiominal fare for the town trams, wh/ch has been tremendously appreciated by the patients. To the very many others who have helped me I am most grateful.-Youm, etc.. Wm. Cann, Commandant. P; rc W-arn Red Cross HospHal. I August 11th 1919.
PREMIERWANTS NO THANKS, Mr. Bgoiar Law told the Commons I yesterday that Mr. Lloyd George doe- not desire any motion to be proposed in the House thanking ..hi TO for his services.
I The Circulation of the "Cambria Daily Leader" is Larger than the I combined sale of all the Evening Journals sold in Swansea.
Berlin, Wednesday (received Thurs- daY).-Aoooroing to the Vienna papers, the Hungarian Government have arres- ted Garbai, the ex-President of the Soviet Ct(irernment.-Prfts Association War Spatial. i ',i .y. y
EXPLOSIVES BLOW UP. ——-—- ——— Eight Killed and Four Injured. Cherbourg, Thursday Explosives being dumped into the ee a. off the Island of Palle yesterday blew up, killing eight and wounding four men.—Reuter.
PEMBROKESHIRE SHOW. Big Attendance at Haverfordwest. Over 3,000 people attended the Pembroke- shire Agricultural Show, held at Haverford- west. CATTLE. Welsh Blaek-Cup by Lord St. Davids for beet bull two years and upwards: Messrs. E. and R. Davieg. Bull calf: Mr. D. G. GnfStbs. Dairy cow in c-alf-or milk: Mr. Wiljiam Morris. Best yearling eifer: William Griffiths. Heifer calf: William Griffiths, who also gained the silver da I aiven by the Welsh Black Cattle Socjfety. SUver modal b; the Welsh Black OatHe for bezit black bull: Mers. E. and R. Davles f"Lammistan Marquis"). Best bat of yearling steers: Messrs. Reed Bros. Aty other pure breed, bull. two yeare and up- wards John Llewellyn. Yearling hull: J. G. Phillips. Bull calf: Sir Charles Phillips. Cow h? calf or mitk B. J. ?pwc'Is Two- yMT old <' n. J. HoweVi^ijest yearling ?<ifpr: Joe:a!) George BeJ?r n'T F Chart s P?mp. B Beat bu?) ? the yard of any otber brc?d than W?!? Blacks or ()..I"'tlemartin: John Llewellyn. Best female: .? (. (" Cl-yrx ,Boy*l ,Ec*« ?'?/ ?HB?F. Te?rl!n? r?m: Capra n 3. H. HoW?lw, MF.11. &am lamb: 1 and 2. Messrs. J. Philpin and Sons. Pon of three ewe lambs: 1 and 2, Mcaars. J. P ilpin a.nd Sons. PIGS. Breeding sow: Captain J. H. Howells, M F. H. Boar: Mr. W. Hancock. horses. Oa t mire with foai at fcot: Mr. Ptnip Lambtoii s B d op Bess. Cart mare with foa) at foot: Mr. George Morris, Lady Premier. Cart foal, bred by exhibitor: Mr. Phiiip Laanbton, bay. Yeartinat oolt. or filly for agricultural purposes: Mr. William Griffiths, bay. Two-year-old gelding or filly: Mr. A. Philpin, bay. Thr"-yc--r-rld gel(ling cr filly: Mr. William Williams, Jewell. Four-year-old and upwards: Mr. W. T. Da vies, bay Sb re horses: Mr. George Morris, Lady Premier. Hi,nter brood marit in foal or with foal at f-ot: Mr. John Williams. Miss Buckley. Foal: Mr. John Williams, Victory. Yearling colt or filly: Mr. W. L. Busbell. Bese. Two-year-old gelding or filly: Mr. Josepu Mori is. grey. Three-year-old gelding or Ally: Mr. John Gibbon. Ca.ptain Brown. Bluing Lo.-s g, Id ng or mare: Mcesrr.. D. and P. A. DgLvics. Cob. not isceetiing 14 2: Mr. W. L. Boshell, Dolly. Four-year-old ) geiding or filly: Mr. Joan Gibbon, Zodiac, j Four-year-old gelding or filly: Mr. James Kees, Seldom Seen. Best hunter, not under taree years: Baroness de Rutzen, Bed Rover. Best ilun.,iiig iior-,e or mare: M.r. G. iiathiaii. jumping horse or mare: Mr. JanitB Leal. Oarriagi 00.88 not exceeding 14.2: kr. 11. Prothero and Sons. Carr.age horse, 15 hends and over: Mr. ii. t. HaU, Wooa L-opard. Bert two pounds cf Duiter, slightly saited: Mr. Josiab George, Camrose. B:st 101b. eask of butter: Mr. George Jenkins,, Lower Haythoc j
A LATE DRINK. <625 Fine on Swansea Landlady. At Swansea Police Court on Thursday Jessie Jones. Voen.see, was summoned for selling on her licensed .premises, the Trafalgar Hotel, Swansea, intoxicating liquor during prohibited hours, at 10.40 p.m. on August 2nd. Thomas Pe-sk (36), barman, wa* sum- moned for aiding and abetting in the said offences. John Morris, D. Lodwig, E. Scour- field, M Williamson, were summoned for unlawfully consuming the intoxicat- ing liquor. Mr. Rupert Lewis prosecuted and Mr. J. Vaughan Edwards appeared for de- fetidant-s J.essie Jones and Thomas Peek. Inspector Bowen. in evideno?, said that at 10.40 on the night of the alleged offence, he visited the Trafalgar Hotel in company with oiher officers. In on* room there were fifteen men sitt'ng around a table on which there were a number of drinking utensils. ftepljung to Mr. Vaughan Edwards, witness agreed that the day upon which the house was vis;ted was an exception- ally busy day: THE DEFENCE. Addressing the pench, Mr. vaughan [ Edwards, on behalf of Mrs. Jones, pleaded guilty to a technical offence, and on behalf of the barman, Peek, pleaded guilty --So far as Mrs. Jones herself,was ooncerned, on this particular night she was in another pairf of the house. As a I matter of fa-et, 6 h e bad ginn the bar- i, iictionii that he was nci to mrve drinks after ten ololoqk. The bar roar., however, had disobeyed the instructions, and, of course, tefehnicalCy Mrsi Jones was to blame. Mr.. Edwards reminded the Bench that the house was raided OD ths Saturday before Bank I Holiday", and the house was packed wiib customers throughout the whole I evening. Mrs Jones and the defendant Peak gave evidence, the latter agreeing that he had acted in direct contravention of I he expbeit instructions of Mrs. Jones. I A STIFF PENALTY. I Alter a long retireinent, the Chairmaen (Mr. Dav:d Thomas) said that the Benct had oom to th' æncl U6ion that the CMe was one of the worst that h?d come before them for a I"g time. De- ifndants had acted in defiance of the law, and the Bsnch could accept .,no escuse at all. Mrs. Jones and the bar- man ought, to know what their duty w&s. Mrs Jones was fined £2" and de- fendant Peek .£5. 'Addressing the other defendants, the Chairman said that they were re4lly the cause ot the landlady being prosecuted. They would be fin.?rl X3 3s. each.
Iil MADIN-E GERMANY." a I Carson Bust Inscribed, Ulster Will Fight." "London Daily Ñewsn. Parlia- mentary Correspondent wr;tes Mr. McVeagh was showing in the Lobby yesterday a small plaster cast ot Sir Edward Carson, bearing the words atjaoe familiar by Lord Randolph Churchill in 1886. «iUltr will fight. «md Ulster w"ll be right." L$^ inscribed on it, in clear IWering. í't'(;he Lrade mark, '.?ad? in Germany."
j BATTLEFIELD SCRAP. The total sales of material salved from Franos aid Belgium between Armistice Day and March 31 yielded ^4,003.766. Since March, says Mr. Kellaway the average sum r^absed each month has been XI,070.7131,.
CONCRETE FOR HOUSING. I Replying to a Commons question Major! Astor says the average cost of brick I houses is at present about Is. Id per cubic foot. The cost of concrete houses has been estimated at about 8| per cubic foot.
CHEAPER SAUSAGE. Orders have been issued reducing tre I wholesale and retail prices of imported meat by one penny a pound, and f is now threepence .a pound cheaper than j home-killed meat. The wholesale prices of met. both I home-killed and imported, include the cost of delivery by rail to the buyer's I railway station. ￼ The retail priced of sausages and saus- I Age meat. whether from home or imported j carcase?, h)? been reduced by one penny > a pound. I fi- ■■ ■
t BIG LIZZIE" I I BIG LIZZIE i ) Famous Warship's; i. Visit. I I SWANSEA INCLUDED i It was officially announced by the Admiralty at Plymouth on Wednesday that the Atlantic Fleet on completion of summer leave will, with the First and Second Submarine Flotillas and available light cruisers, assemble at Portland about; September 1 fOlt exercises, and proceed on September ti by squadrons to visit various ports en route to bases- where they arrive September 30. The First Battle Squadron will proceed by the East Coast to Invergordon, and the Queen Elizabeth and the Second Battle Squad. ron, the Battle Cruiser Squadron, an | submarine flotillas will proceed by the-! West Coast to Scapa. Western places to be visited include Torbay, Swansea, Llandudno, Ardrossan, j Cban, by the Queen Eliza!: i I. and the, Battle Cruiser Squadroi Swanage, Bournemouth, Penzance, A i A wyth. or Holyhead and the Clyde. bj iio Sewnd, Battle Squadron; and Folkestone, the Downs, Margate, Yarmouth, and Scar- borough by the First Battle Squadron. Weston-super-Mare, Belfast, Dunoon, Oban, Douglas, Ramsey, Greenock, Rothe- i say Ardrossan, Lamlash, Campbeltown will be visited by a new cls of sub-! marines.
I EX-KAISER'S TREASURES. Berlin. Thursday.—Several rold orna- mpnts of --reat value and two costly oil paintings in pilt 'frames have been stolen from the ex-Kaiser's study at Wilhelm. sehe Castle. There is no trace of the f thieves.-Pi-pss Association War Snecial
I ROW IN GERMAN NIIA-RKFT. Berlin, Wednesday (received. Thurs-j day) .-Serious exce-ses occnrcd during i the holding of the weekly mrket oat Bent lien yc«ter.dav a poordinec to the Zoitung a.m Mittag" stalls were over-] thrown and ?nres plundered and trod- I den under foot. Troops had to lear; the Market Place.—Press Association j War Special. i
TO-DAY'S CRICKET. Hampshire: Tester 3 wkts. Lanes: 169 for 6 wkts. Deroy: 108 for 7 wkts. Sussex: 96 for 2 wkte. 3.30 (Komptoii): Gallinata c 1, Spcarwort 2, Comtessine c 3.-8 ran Betting: Evens Gallinata, 3.45 (Redcar): Marromeo 1, St. Corentin 2, General Reed 3.-1 ran. Betting: 7 to 2 on Pomme-cle- Terre. Betting Evens Marroinecr. 4.0 (Kempton): Baal-Gad 1, Royal Diamond 2, Selra 3.—5 ran. ￼ -? ?. ￼ ???.? ￼ I • ( i "fy1;ø. i i i i < I i i ■ .■ I i s I' i ■ (For To-day's Cricket -arl( Sporting see P"ge 5.)
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