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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU MAY 4, 1953 18


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Colonial Secretary's Office
No. .105. 28th April, 1953.
Government Notice No. 96
dated the 4th May, 1949, de-
fining the boundaries of Ma-
gisterial Districts in the Out
Islands is hereby amended by
deleting therefrom the item
headed "ABACO" and substi-
tuting the following therefore:
ABACO
HOPE TOWN Headquart-
ers at Hope Town, Little Guana
Cay-Bounded on the North
or Northwest by the Channel
between Whale Cay and Great
Guana Cay, thence to the
North end of the locality
known as Turtle Rocks, on the
mainland of Abaco, thence
across the land to Matthew
Point on the Western Coast and
thence to the South end of the
Woollendean Cays.
This District Includes the
mainland of Abaco and all the
adjacent Cays to the South-
east and South of the line de-
scribed above as far as Hole-
in-the-Wall excepting however
Sandy Point, Rocky Point and
Cross Harbour and one mile
inland from those places-and
also excluding Moores Island
and Cay Gorda and the small
cavs adjacent to those two
Islands.
GREEN TURTLE CAY-
Head-quarters at Green Turtle
Cay Bounded on the South-
east by the Channel between


Whale Cay and Great Guans,
Cay, thence to the North end
of the locality known as Turtle
Rocks thence across the main-
land of Abaco to Matthew
Point on the Western Coast,
thence In a line running South
by East to include the Wool-
lendean Cays.
This District is to include the
mainland of Great Abaco-Iit-
tie Abaco, and all the Abaco
range of Cays situate to North
and Northwest of the South-
east boundary described and
extending as far as Walkers
Cay Channel.
This District also includes, as
a detached portion, the islands
known as Moores Island Cay
Gorda and the small adjacent
Cays and also the settlement
of Sandy Point and Cross Har-
bour and Rocky Point on the
Southwest part of Great Abaco
and a radius of one mile in-
land from those places.
M.P. 6161.


No. 106 28th April, 1953.
Rules made under the Mar-
riage Act Chapter 87, and pub-
lished for general information
are attached to this Gazette.
M.P. 9594.

No. 107 29th April, 1953.
The sub-joined Notice given
under The Acquisition of Land
Act (Ch. 265) is published for
general information
M.P. CLO 1017 C.










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NOTICE

Given Under

THE ACQUISITION OF LAND
ACT (Ch. 265)

WHEREAS it appears to His
Excellency the Governor in
Council that the land described
in the Schedule hereto is re-
quired for a public purpose.
NOW THEREFORE, it is
hereby notified that it is the
intention of His Excellency the
Governor in Council to acquire
the said land for a public pur-
pose to wit: for the purpose of
implementing the Agreement
made with the concurrence of
the Government of the Baha-
ma Islands between the Gov-
ernment of the United King-
dom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland and the
Government of the United
States of America concerning
a Long Range Proving Ground
for Guided Missiles to be known
as "The Bahamas Long Range
Proving Ground".
All persons interested in the
said land shall within 30 days
of the publication of this no-
tice state in writing to the
C -on1il Secret-r" of the Colony
the nature of their respective
interests in the s" 1Ran and
the amount and particulars of
their claim to compensation
for such interests.
SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or par-
cel of land situated in the vici-
nity of Kemps Point (known
locally as Bone Fish Cut
Point) on the Island of Eleu-
thera, Colony of the Bahamas.
British West Indies, as outlined
on a map, numbered F53A13254,
on record as enclosure 65b in
MP. 1017C of the Crown Lands
Office (and by this reference
made a part bere f) and more
particularly described as fol-
lows:
Beginning at the centre of
a brass disc set in concrete at
the intersection of the mean
high water mark. on the west-
ern coast of the Island of
Eleuthera, with the wsterr
boundary line of a tract of
45.5 acres originally granted to
Z. Thompson and others (see
Book G2 page 118 in the Crown


Lands Office) and now said to
be in the possession of R. T.
Symonette which tract is also
the eastern boundary of lands
claimed by Samuel Johnson, go
thence by 22 courses with the
meanders of said mean high
water mark on the western
coast of the said Island of
Eleuthera as follows:
North 42 degrees, 27' West,
490.1 feet to a point, thence
North 43 degrees, 36' West,
614.3 feet to a point, thence
North 71 degrees, 32' West,
442.3 feet to a point, thence
North 42 degrees, 10' West.
624.1 feet to a point, thence
North 07 degrees, 29' West.
452.1 feet to a point, thence
North 03 degrees, 55' West,
348.3 feet to a point, thence
North 50 degrees, 57' West,
823.2 feet to a point, thence
North 73 degrees, 35' West,
317.9 feet to a point on the
northwestern boundary line of
the sa'd lands claimed by Sam-
uel Johnson which is also the
southeastern boundary line of
lands claimed by Rufus John-
son and other heirs of London
Johnson, thence continuing
North 73 degrees, 35' West.
346.1 feet to a point, thence
North 83 degrees, 06' West,
1051.7 feet to a point, thence
North 30 degrees, 54' West,
219.6 feet to a point, thence
South 86 degrees, 14' West,
370.4 feet to a point, thence
North 23 degrees, 14' East,
342 0 feet to a ooint, thence
North 03 degrees, 12' West.
913 7 feet to a point, thence
North 11 degrees, 56' West,
1214.3 feet to a point, thence
North 20 degrees, 24' W\st,
95.3 feet to a point on the
northwestern boundary line of
the said lands claimed by Ru-
fus Johnson and other heirs
of London Johnson which is
also the southeastern bound-
ary line of lands claimed by
heirs of July Johnson, thence
continuing North 20 degrees,
24' West, 1437.1 feet to a point.
thence
North 34 degrees, 00' Wesr,
1051.0 feet to a point, thence
North 60 degrees, 49' West,
299.4 feet to a point, thence
North 31 degress, 32' West,
1080.7 feet to a point, thence
North 38 degrees, 25' West,
646.6 feet to a point, thence









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North 10 degrees, 55' West,
562.3 feet to the centre of a
brass disc set in concrete,
thence leaving said mean high
water mark through the said
lands claimed by the heirs of
July Johnson by five (5)
courses as follows:
North 54 degrees, 51' East,
51.2 feet to the centre line ot
the existing public r o a d,
thence continuing
North 54 degrees, 51' East.
518.9 feet to the centre of a
brass disc set in concrete and
designated "A", thence South
35 degrees, 12' East, 3382.7 feet
to a point, thence continuing
South 35 degrees, 12' East,
178.6 feet to a point, thence
continuing South 35 degrees,
12' East, 1385.0 ft. to a point on
the southeastern boundary line
of the said lands claimed by the
heirs of July Johnson which is
also the northwestern bound-
ary line of the said land.
claimed by Rufus Johnson andr
other heirs of London Johnson,
thence leaving the said Juiy
Johnson lands and through
the said lands claimed by Ru
fus Johnson and other heirs of
London Johnson South 35 de-
grees, 12' East, 3211.5 feet to a
point on the southeastern
boundary line of the sa'd lands
claimed by Rufus Johnson and
ci er heirs of London Johnson
which is also the northwestern
boundary line of the said lands
claimed by Samuel Johnson,
thence leaving the said lands
claimed by Rufus Johnson and
other heirs of London Johnson
and through tne said Samuel
Johnson lands by seven (7)
courses as follows:
South 35 degrees, 12' East,
1124.2 feet to the centre of a
brass disc set in concrete,
thence continuing
South 35 degrees, 12' East,
37.9 feet to a point, thence


South 65 degrees,
802.1 feet to a point,
South 35 degrees,
912.6 feet to a point,
South 05 degrees,
794.3 feet to a point,
South 29 degrees,
5.2 feet to the centre


disc set in
southwestern
boundary of


10' East,
thence
09' East,
thence
08' East,
thence
29' East,
of a brass


concrete on the
right of way
the public road


leading to Governor's Harbour,
thence along said southwestern
right-of-way boundary

South 29 degrees, 29' East,
455.5 feet to the centre of a
brass disc set in concrete on
the eastern boundary line of
the said Samuel Johnson lands
which is also the western boun-
dary line of the said lands
granted to Z. Thompson and
others, thence leaving the said
southwestern right of way
boundary along the line mark-
ing the western boundary of
the lands granted to Z. Thomp-
son and others and the said
eastern boundary of said Sam-
uel Johnson lands South 30
degrees, 09' West, 564.6 feet to
the point of beginning and
containing 307.60 acres more
or less.
(a) The said land comprises
portions of four original
grants:
(i) A portion of the
tract of 450 acres
granted to William
Johnson in 1803-see
Crown Lands Office
record in Book K
page 29.
(ii) A portion of the
tract of 100 acres
granted to Vinier
Bethel in 1790-see
Crown Lands Office
record in Book G
page 24.

(iii) A portion of the
tract of 100 acres
granted to Esther
Bethel in 1804-see
Crown Lands Office
record in Book K
page 37.

(iv) A portion of the 30
acres granted to
John Johnson in
1853 see Crown
Lands Office record
in Book G page 190.

(b) The tract of 307.6 acres
being acquired is shown
on a plan numbered
F53A1 3254 which can be
seen at the Colonial Sec-
retary's Office or the
Crown Lands Office in
Nassau, and at the Com-
missioner's Office at








118 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Governor's Harbour,
Eleuthera, during normal
business hours.
Dated the 29th day of April,
1953.
(Sd.) A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
Colonial Secretary.

No. 108 1st May, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor met
both Houses of the Legislature
in the Council Chamber on the
evening of the 30th April, 1953,
and assented to the following
Acts:-
No. 7 of 1953-An Act to
amend The Exchange Control
Regulations Act 1952.
No. 8 of 1953-An Act to
amend The General Loan and
Stock Act 1952.
No. 9. of 1953-An Act to con-
firm an Agreement concluded
between the Government of
the Bahama Islands of the
First Part, the Honourable
Geoffrey Denis Erskine Russell
and his Associates of the Sec-
ond Part, New Providence
Hotel Company, Limited, of
the Third Part, and the Cor-
rigan Company of Nassau,
Limited of the Fourth Part.
No. 10 of 1953-An Act to
grant to Employees of the Gov-
ernment of the United Sates
of America assigned to duties
In the Colony in connexion
with Co-operative Technical
Assistance Programmes and
Projects and accompanying
members of their families ex-
emption from Liability to pay
certain taxes.
No. 11 of 1953-An Act to
amend The Airports Board Act
1947
No. 12 of 1953-An Act to
amend The Penal Code (No
3)
No. 13 of 1953-An Act to
amend The Education Act.
No. 14 of 1953-An Act to
amend The Public Establish-
ments Act 1931.
No. 15 of 1953-An Act to
amend The Public Establish-
ments Act 1931 (No. 2).
No. 16 of 1953-An Act to
amend The Public Establsh-
ments Act 1931 (No. 3).
No. 17 of 1953-An Act relat-
ing to the Pension of Herbert
Granville Walkine.
No. 18 of 1953-An Act relat-
ing to the Pension of Herman
Pyfrom.


No. 19 of 1953-An Act relat-
ing to the Pension of Kathleen
Enid Albury.
No. 20 of 1953-An Act to
provide a pension for Fred-
erick James Smith.
No. 21 of 1953-An Act to ap-
propriate certain moneys for
the improvement of the Out
Islands.
The foregoing notices num-
bered 105, 107 and 108 are pub-
by command.
A G H. Gardner-Brown,
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 520/II.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


IN THE SUPREME COVRT
Probate Side

No. 73/1953.
WHEREAS Leroy Cleveland
Mitchell, of the Island of New
Providence, Architectural
Draughtsman, has made ap-
plication to the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the
Bahama Islands for letters of
Administration of the real arid
personal estates of Cleveland
Robert Mitchell, late of the
Island of New Providence.
Tailor, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at
the expiration of fourteen days
from the date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Actg. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
25th April. 1953.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 71/1953.
In the estate of Dimitri De
Lovel Neverovski late of Dol-
phin Square in the County of
London in England.
NOTICE is hereby given that
after the expiration of four-
teen days from the date hereof,
application will be made to the
Supreme Court on its Probate
Side by Richard J. B. Curry,
Esquire, Attorney-at-law for
the sealing of Letters of Ad-
ministration in the estate of
the said Dimitri De Lobel
Neverovski, granted to Pauline
Frances Neverovski, Adminis-









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 119


tratrix by Her Majesty's High
Court of Justice in England on
the 29th February, 1952.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Actg. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
27th April, 1953.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 68/1953.
In the Estate of David Edward
Levy, late of the County of
London in England, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
after the expiration of fourteen
days from the date hereof, ap-
plication will be made to the.
Supreme Court of the Bahama
Islands on its Probate Side by
the Honourable A. Kenneth
Solomon, Q.C., for the sealing
of Probate of the will of the
said David Edward Levy,
granted to Joseph Levy and
Robert Clarke the executors
named in the will, by the prin-
cipal Probate Registry of the
.High Court of Justice In Eng-
land on the Twenty-fourth
day of December, A.D., 1952.
JAMES LIDDELL.
Actg. Registrai.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
27th April, 1953.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
29th April, 1953.
NOTICE is hereby given that
any parson interested in op-
posing the registration of any
Mark appearing hereunder,
may, within one month from
the date of this Notice, lodge,
at the Registrar General's Of-
fice, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a
notice of opposition, in dupli-
cate, in the Form 7 in the Sec-
ond Schedule, Trade Mark
Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of oppcsi-
tion, a fee of 1 is payable in
respect of each application op-
oosed.
CLASS 41
2310


Application No. 2310, in respect
of Mattresses, Box Springs,
Bed Springs and Seat Cush-
ions.
Applicants:-Karr Spring Com-
pany, a Corporation organ-
ised under the laws of the
State of Michigan, United
States of America, having a
place of business at 12 West
Fourth Street, Ho 11 an d,
Michigan, United States of
A m e r i c a, Manufacturers,
trading as Karr Spring Com-
pany who claim to be the
proprietors of the above
mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
Harry P. Sands, Esq., of
Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:--29th
April, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
29th April, 1953.
NOTICE is hereby given that
any person interested :n op-
posing the registration of any
Mark appearing hereunder,
may, within one month from
the date of this Notice, lodge,
at the Registrar General's Of-
fice, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a
notice of opposition, in dupli-
cate in the Form 7 in the Sec-
ond Schedule, Trade Mark
Rules 1947.
On filing Notice of opposi-
tion, a fee of 1 Is payable in
respect of each application op-
posed.
CLASS 47
2311
CROSENE

Application No. 2311, in respect
of Bleaching liquid, and
other preparations for laun-
dry or cleaning purposes.
Applicants:-Crosene Manu-
facturing Company, Limited,
having a place of business
at 70 Southampton Way, Lon-
don, SE. 5., England, Manu-
facturers. trading as Crosene
Manufacturing Comp a n y,
Limited who claim to be the
proprietors of the above
mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
Harry P Sands, Esq., of










120 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:-29th
April. 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.



IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 76/1953.
WHEREAS Eustace Myers,
Esquire, of the Eastern District
ot mue Island of New Provi-
dence, Bahamas has made ap-
plication to the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the
Bahama Islands for letters of
Administration of the real and
personal estates of Donald
Louis Victor Myers, late of the
Eastern District of the Island
of New Providence, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the
expiration of fourteen days
from the date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Acting Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
30th April, 1953.



Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P.,
1st May, 1953.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT.

TAKE NOTICE that in ac-
cordance with Rules 68 and 69
of the Rules made under The
Trade Marks Act, notice in the
forms 14 and 15 as prescribed
by the said Rules have been
sent to Macleay Duff (Distill-
ers) Limited of 64, Waterloo
Street, Glasgow, C.2., Scotland.
Ihe registered proprietors of
the undermentioned Trade
Marks:-Nos. 496 & 498. In
Class 43 the registration of
which expired on the 1st day
of May, 1953, and in accord-
ance with Rule 70 of the said
Rules, notice is hereby given
that the renewal fee of the re-
gistration of the said Trade
Marks has not been paid.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.


General Post Office,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas.
25th April, 1953.
List of Registered Articles
remaining unclaimed at The
General Post Office.
Albury, Harvey
Algreen, C.
Adderley Mrs. Julia
The Anglo American Hotel
Armbrister, George
Bethel, Mrs. John, Blue Hill
Road.
Bethel, Miss Gloria
Bowe, R. S.
Bullard, John
Brown, Fred, President The
Independent Order of Brothers
& Sisters of Love & Charity
Best Lenox
Bonamy, C. J.
Bain, N.
Clarke, Miss Deloris
Carey, W. A.
Collymore, Bertha
Carey, W. B. Carey's Grocery
Cartwright, Cleaver
Curtis, M. Albertha
Dean, Vincent
Dean, F. A.
Dorsett, Margaret
Davis, Mrs. G. I.
Foulkes, Mrs. Gertrude
Farrington, M.
Ferguson, Miss Condace
Fawkes, Mrs.
Ferguson, C.
Farquhson, W. J
Francis, M. A.
Grant, Cessie
Gibson. Bert W.
Gay, Alfred
Grey E.
Grant, Charles
Gibson, E. C.
Gibson, W. D.
Gibson, B. W.
Hilbrom, Jerome
Hunter, B. J.
Higgs, Mrs. Beatrice
Hall, Samuel
Johnson, James
Johnson, E. V.
Johnson, Miss Clotilda
Jolly, Lucelle
Johnson, Priscilla
Johnson, James, T.
Johnson, Feli x, Paradise
Gardens
Johnson, Gerald K.
Johnson, Elliott P.
Knowles, Louise
Knowles, E. L.
Knowles, Alex. c'o Willing-
ton Knowles
Knowles, George E., Knowlep









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Grocery, Blue Hill Rd.
Knowles, Ted, Rise & Shine


Knowles, E.
Knowles, Mrs.,


Sears Addi-


Knowles, Willis, Taylor Street
Bar
King, K.
Lutastawki, T.
Malher, Willie
Misklewhite, Ruth
Moss, Kenneth
McDermott, A. Brandon
Miller, A. L.
McKey, Eafrom
McKinney, Mrs. K., Kemp
Road
McKinney, Bassal
Newbold, Mrs. Kindley
Newton, Arthur, Moongrol
Bar
Pratt, Rev. Chas.
Poitier, Sheddie
Roberts, Donald L.
Russell, C. D., Skyline Club
Russell, William
Rhodes, Mrs. Kent
Sands, Nehamiah
Seymour, Mrs., Adelaid
Smith, Harry, Blue Hill Road.
Elmorocco Bar
Smith, Duke
Smith, Lorenzo
Stubbs, Mrs. Clifford A.
Turnquest, Miss Annie
Taylor, Jaqulin
Thompson, W. W., Board ol
Trade
Virgil. Florie H.
Williams, R. L.
Williams, Cyril
Wilson, L.
Woodslde, Ashal B.
Wright, Garth L.
C. S. THOMPSON,
Postmaster of Bahamas.

AIRPORTS BOARD

Notice under Rule 19 of the
Bahamals Airports Rules 1952

Re-Opening of Harold
Road

It is hereby notified for gen-
eral information that the No-
tice under Rule 19 of the Ba-
hamas Airport Rules 1952 pub-
lished on the 17th April, 1953,
is hereby amended by substi-
tuting for the date "the first
day of May 1953" appearing
therein the date "the first day
of June, 1953".
Accordingly that portion of
Harold Road which lies within
the boundaries of the Airport


at Oakes Field in the Island of
New Providence will be re-
opened to traffic generally as
from and including the first
'day of June, 1953.
F. H. CHRISTIE,
Chairman, Airports Board,
29th April, 1953.


NOTICE


LABOUR OFFICE

Family allowances will be
paid to dependents of recruit-
ed workers at the Labour Of-
fice during the week commenc-
ing Monday, 4th May, as fol-
lows:-
9 a.m. to 1 p..m.
MONDAY A E
TUESDAY F L
WEDNESDAY Me R
THURSDAY S -Z
HERMAN PYFROM,
Labour Officer,
1.5.53.



NOTICE

ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT

Consumers are hereby noti-
fied that all electricity bills for
the quarter ending 31st March,
1953 have been rendered, and
these accounts must be settled
before the 21st May, 1953.
Bills should be presented to
the Public Treasury at the
time of payment. Persons not
having received a bill should
apply at the office of the Elec-
trical Department and request
a duplicate.
(Sgd.) E.. C. KNOWLES,
Clerk to the Electrical Board.


NOTICE

TO ELECTRICITY
CONSUMERS

During Coronation Week
from the 1st of June to the 6th
of June inclusive, the Eelectri.
cal Board will provide electri-
city free of charge during the
hours 7 p.m. and midnight,
for external illuminations
erected on buildings adjacent
to thoroughfares, parks cr
other public places, under the
following conditions:-
(a) Consumers wishing to


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22 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


take advantage of this
offer must apply to the
Electrical Department on
the prescribed applica-
tion form such applica-
tions will not be accepted
after noon on the 23rd
May, 1953.
(b) Installation must be car-
ried out by Licenced Elec-
trical Contractors and
shall have a minimum
connected load of 250
watts and must not ex-
ceed 6000 watts. In no
case will the installa-
tions be accepted for
connection where the
existing service to the
premises is inadequate
to carry the additional
load.
(c) The wattage of each
completed installation
will be determined by
measurement and the
estimated quantity of
electricity consumed by
the installations during
30 hours use will be de-
ar,-iT t-rm ers electricity bill in re-
spect of the quarter oi
rr-nth ending June
1953.
(Sgd.) E. C. KNOWLES.
Clerk to the Electrical Board.


REDEMPTION OF BAHAMAS
GOVERNMENT DEBENTURES
5,000 Telephone Loan 1950-
53-(issued 1938).
25,000 Telephone Loan 1953
(issued 1938).
35,000 Electricity Loan 1953
(issued 1938).
Owners of Bahamas deben-
tures issued under the Tele-
phone Loans and the Elec-
tricity Loan listed above are
informed that these deben-
tures will be redeemed at the
Public Treasury on and after
1st June, 1953. They will cease
to bear interest from that date
Holders of Debentures who
desire payment of the princi-
pal and interest due to be made
to a bank for credit of their
accounts, should endorse the
debentures to that effect and
the debentures should be
lodged with the Treasurer not
later than 25th May, 1953.
Owners who desire to draw the
amounts personally should in-
form the Treasurer in writing
It would be appreciated if this
Information together with the
relevant debentures could be
submitted to the Treasurer by
25th May, 1953.
H. R. LATREILLE,
Receiver General and
Treasurer.
1st May, 1953.




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