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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

Ta— Iilgj jqwwo ww «i <a im dM* AuS/Anderton • Imr M. MMA ROMA WELDING WORKS OXY AND ELECTRIC ARC WELDERS Weldnrs of all classes of Steel Malle able Cast, Brass. Copper, Aluminium, Stainless Steel. Die Oast. Also Hardfacing to all Wearing Parts FABRICATING TO OEDBK. R. RICHARDSON, Proprietor ARTHUR STREET MARANOA CORDIAL WORKS rOE TOOT, OOKDIAXiS HTNQ 21 BOH/ ALL DBINKS TRUE TO LABEL 3. TBAMAOOHI, WYKDHAM ST. Printed anfl Published by Higgtns and t''ox[oo, successors to Alfred RoMn son & Co. (Western Star), at the ofBce of the company, MoDcKWall Street, Roma, by J. Hlgglns sad T. Foilee, McDowall Street, Ban. (Established 1887) ANDREW M^IEE 70 Pitt St., & 1 Ca^tlereagh St. SYDNEY Bulk Ready llubbed Cigarette Tobacco 25/G pel lb. Copes High Card Flake Cut Pipe Tobacco 38/10 per lb. These Prices Include Postage. Hail Orders to 70 Pitt Street. Said 0s Tour Old Pipes For Eepairs. Harley's DANDRUFF LOTION Anttopttc «4 cleansing, will ritelhtl; famove all tnm of...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VARIATION OVERSEAS IN PRICES FOR INFERIOR AND COARSER TYPE WOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

VARIATION OVERSEAS IN PRICES FOR INFERIOR AND COARSER TYPE WOOLS A Winchombe, Canon Ltd. report says that at some markets at " which sales have been held recently abroad and in Austra lia, some variation in prices (or inferior and coarser type wools has shown. In a general sense, however, values have ruled firm and there is no reason to expect a downward trend in rates for most types. Bradford ^.tim.* for to,» "» Hrjinoiu " f (0,,s and \zx»»" =ii ■—; » u.« »«!»• of eouii-iiiuuttfacturus arc take risks when so much money >s - * ms ana wi* clothes rationing >» the ^n,w^ u dovfl, stould c^eri^uce »u .>ai months throughout 39U The United Kingdom . «*« ^ woollens and worsteds »n 19« 104,740,000 square yards and ^ 59 544 000 lb. far above pre\io s p SfquaUtie, and considerably «cced "Vl!ne7\ome tr.de Should teBVilt » a y u „nf» consumption in the Britis ' ,s Manufacturers made from the8JL staple have extensively combated to Great Britain's oversea revenue. The value of the export...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

K. A BMATH B. Com. (University of Queensland) . AHA. AATTG. Public Aeconntant, Auditor mid [ T*x Agent, i MlDOWALL STREET, SOMA ' V«xt CommonirfltJtk Bask. AUSTRALIAN estates 00. LTD., soma. ROMA BATTERY SERVICE ABTHITB STBBBT, boma PHONE 218 Agents Queensland BatteQ.es Pty. Ltd. Oar, Badio, Homdighting and Motor I Qyde Batteries. Diamond Dry Batteries. I All make*. Types and Sixes of Bat teries Bebuilt, Eepaired and Be-. Ichiaxged at a reasonable coat, all work guaranteed by a Battery Expert- All Tosting, Fitting and Distilled Water BENT All batteries available N.B. TorAlITTour Lnpneenag Requirements. STEEL WOKE TO YOUB OBDEK. (Write Us For Quotations) STEEL WATEB TANKS STEEL TANK STANDS STEEL MOTOB GUttlDS (Immediate Delivery) MAP1CR BROS. DALBV. Head Office Phone 167. Factory Rhone 407. I DAY-OLD PULLETS AND CHICKS the best by tebt White Leghorns, 14/ doz., £2/5/ for 50, SA per 100; AustralorpB, 15/ doz, £2/10/ for 50, £4/10/ per 100; Bhode Island Beds, 18/ doz., £2/15/ for 50 £5...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SWIMMING RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

SWIMMING RESULTS Men 'a 66 2-3 Matron: K. iiuupt, B. Bracker, 11. Cherry. IS 2-5 sees. Junior Boys' 66 2-3 Metres: 1st heat: D. Booker, I). Balier, B. Pryor. 57 1-5 j 2nd beat: P. Partridge. C. Viekcry, M. Partridge. 34 7-10. Rub Junior Boys' 66 i!-3 Metres: N. Grant, K. Pryor, G. Halier, 62 1-5. Girls' 66 2-3 Metros: T. Julius, A. Knitter, M. Schneider, 65 1-10. 6ul» Juuior Girls' 33 1-3 Metres: L. Miscamblo, 8. Wilson, 28. Meu's 33 1-3 Metres: K. Haupt, B. Bracker, P. Arthur dead heat. 82 8-6. Junior Boys' 88 1-8 Metres: 1st heat, D. Booker, B. Pryor, D. Salier, 24 8-5; 2nd heat, P. ..Partridge, D. liynch and 0. Vickery, dead heat. Sab Junior Boys' 33 1-8 Metres: 2nd heat, P. Partridge, D. Lynch and C. Victory dead heat. Sub Junior Boys' 33 1-3 Metres: 11. Cherry, N. Grant, G. Salier, 25. Girls' 33 1-3 Metros: M. Schneider, A. Knitter, T. Julius. "5 3-5. Midget Girls' lti 2-3 Metros: J. Neal, P. Conway, N. Burton, 17 3-3. Midget Boys' 16 !2-8 Metres: 1st heat, B. Thompson, T. Bali...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Show Cattle News TWO DIVISIONS FOR BEEF CATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

Show Cattle News TWO DIVISIONS FOR BEEF CATTLE Tlit; beel initio bcciioii 01 our lU-ia ltoma auovv is divided into two miuu uivisious, tauu cuttle imu tat came. Dealing wilh tlie uiud cattle, n win be seen iioui the Show fbciieaule iu>. (Shorthorns, Homed Heretords find i'ol led Jirccau are provided ±01'. 111 1111s section, the prize money Jius been in creased troai 1st prize HL/l/, 2nd prize, a certificate to first prize £2/2/ uiid second prize 1U/C. I11 the (Shorthorn classes, tlie £5/5/ trophy for champion U11.1 uunsui-d by Mr. aud Mrs. i1. McGuirk, latfl ot' the Hotel iioma, is to he won twice in succession or three times 111 all. This cup was won. last year by Mr. Clar ence Schmidt. In the Horned Hereford classes, there is also u special prize ot £2/2/ attached to the champion hull, donated by Mr. A. E. Donald. The stud cattle schedule has been very much improved this year, with the includiou of a champion bull of the (Slioxv with a special prize of £5/5/ donated by V. L. an...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

W (merits ltd. EASTER SPECIALS Large £3bster 12ggs.. attractively decorated ouch 2/ Small Easter Eggs, us above each V3 16 028. tlas Edgell Green Pens each 1/3 30 tins Edgell Green PeaB - - «*ch 2/ li oz. ting Tyne Herrings iu 'fouiato Sauce cac.li 2/lj 4 oz. tifis Norwegian Sardines c&ch 1/3 4 oz.'tlns Norwegian -Kipper Snacks each lid. 26 m. tins IXL Pie AppleB » each 1/9 1 lb. bundles Pure American Greaseproof Paper each 1/4 BIG BUYING MEANS BIG SAVINGS 1 ease Boaella brand Assorted Jams contains 4 doz. lj lb. tins caso 73/ 60 lb, tins Hibiscus Clear Honey each 45/ Add Freight and Postage Free Packageing and Delivery to Bail. <jw*tS!igg«»zv ■ fflOflSTAJffS AND GfiOCtfliCS f> 0 V* li N ST 8 R i i # A N E AssoaiXrxojr vxBBKBLAmD pastoral bupplibs ptt. ltd., BOWES ST., BBIS&UOl. FARMERS' CENTRE PTY. LTD. TifKlt, Tractor and Agiicaltiiral Implement Engineers DRAYTON STREET, DALBY, PHONE 108. FARMERS! TRUCK OPERATORS! If yott are considering purchasing a ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Blackouts On Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

Blackouts On Sunday ' Interruptions to electric supply will ■ [and Power Company carry ont eseen- ] tislvrOTk-tm' tktt stpplj- mtting. i The whole town area on a/c current > will Vie affected between' 7.3D a.m. and 8:80 a.m. and between '4.80 p.m. and 1 6.801 Ail a/c consumers north of Arthur j Strefet, ' including George, Edward, j Lov'ell and Charles Streets will be cut off from 8 am. to 6 p.m. D/c consumers in Bnngil Street be- ] tween Arthur and Charles Streets will ; be-cat ott' from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. '

Publication Title: Western Star
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WAR LOAN PENNANT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

WAR LOAN PENNANT Roma receifod her 10th War Loan Pennant Award this week when the Loans Organisation Committee banded over to the Town dork a special red pennant award which the town and district obtained for exceeding their quota in the Sixth Security Loan. Anal I'd during Sept ember last year. It ia understood that the quota in the current Seventh Security Loan, opened on March 22, hae already bees uceeeded.

Publication Title: Western Star
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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

TOWN TALK Congrats, to popular Bob Badgery, who thin week received word that he Had pitssed his second final law ex aminations, and Is now entitled to be admitted as a solicitor. His admission will be moved at the next sittings of the Full Court. Bob will be Joining the staff o£ Brisbane -solicitor, Mr. G. B. Cuppaldge. In tolvn this week meeting oid friends was Bergeant G. Dickson, former' Roma-lte, now stationed in Chinchilla, Oddfellows chuckled last week.at the story told on their visiting' State Grand Master, Mr. S. Conrad, ilr. Conrad, who Is a railway employee, was travelling from Charlevllle to Koma with his party when the train broke down. . He shed his coat, and climbed on the engine to help In mak ing successful replies. Back irom holidays Is another rall man, Mh J. C. Griffiths, who has spent a month 'ih 6an(Igate. Mr. Griffiths, Incidentally, tells T6wn Talk he in tends to nominate as an independent aldermen, one of' his platform planks being the abolition of the Counci...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

Upper Manna Bushmans Carnival In Aid of Mitchell Ambulance and Injune Bush Noise TO BE HELD AT "CHARLIE'S CREEK" via MITCHELL April 16 & 17 1949 8—NOVICE OAMP DBAFT, Of £22/10/> For all horse* that have never won a damp Draft oyer the value of £15. First Prize Oup ; valued at £6/10/ with £8/10/ added money, 2nd £5, 3rd £2/10/ and sashes. Nomination £ 1/2/6. 1—MATPEN OAMP DEATT of £18 First Prize Oup valued at £3, with £5 added money. Second Prize £3; Third Price £1 and Sashos. Nomin ation 12/. 2—BULLOCK RIDING. First £3, 2nd Price £1/10/ and Bashes. Nomination 4/6. TXMB PERMITTING 4—ADULTS' "BENDING BACE. First Prise £1, 2nd 10/ and eashcB. Nomination 2/6. 5—FLAG BACE, Adults. First £1, 2nd 10/ and sashes. Nomination 2/6. TIME PERMITTING 8—CHILDREN'S BENDING RAOE.I9—CHILDREN'S FLAG RACE. First First 10/, 2nd 6/ and sashes. Nomin-I Prize 10/, 2nd 5/ and sashes, ation free. I Nomination free. CONDITIONS The Committee reserve the right to alter or abandoo the programme. Thi ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

have much pleasure in announcing the arrival in roma (gfpffs newest and finest! cm creation it . ^ ihey invite you to SEE this outstanding mode on * their showroom floor from Holiday 4th. April to Friday 8th. fjMW photo o> the first 1949 Ford to be sold in the iRama district. It arrived in town this week, and will be delivered to-day to it* owner, Mr. C. Aisthorpe, of Mount Abundance, '^Glamour" car of the New Year( the 'Ford will-be loaned to the agents, Maranoa Traders I r Ltd. fpr display purposes in their showrooms from next I j ! Monday to Friday (See page 6.)

Publication Title: Western Star
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CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

CAULF1ELD KHABTOUM HUEDLE, 2A1. 05iT. (1.15).—ltcpcater 1U.13, Cable Isewa J.U.4, lialiin U.H, Golden Buzzard U.1J, UorUuu. Foil 0.11, M.arsula 0.11, fciu William O.y, Majestic Fox O.ti, (iuldou , MarJi y.o. tumoral u.o, Man o' War a.o I iied Kambler U.d, Hedge a.4, Hetty Loon 9.4, Mostago U.4, (Jliici Pilot Cubbadar 9.3, KomoLia 9.3, Prince btuart U.J, Aujudicutor 0.0, iiuby, Tain 0.0, borambola i^ad 9.0, Uold Moliur U.ll, Jung Bali ad ur B.U, baxondale 9.U. oBKOwa two-year-old haudx OAP, lit., First Divisiuu (i.o5).— Sereue Star H.i, WiliiaKu b.z, Dusky iiose i.l'J, Marcus 7.12, Zezette 7.1.1, Simon Pure 7.1o, Burmead 1.V, haay Vere 7.U, Free iiick 1.1, Port .bad <■< Gay Venture 1.5, ttimuel 7.a. Warm Welcome 7.5. OKKONG U'WO-YEAE-OLD HANDI CAP! tiF., Second Division (.ii.ilU). — Dornoch 8.6, Victory Law 8.U, ialieru 7.12, On Time J.la. Currency 7. lu, Bariiiili V.O, King's Counsel V.a, Uoyal Eaviiie 7.9, Pur Felt >.7, Step Asidu 7.7, jxuchat 7.5, Sir Loch...

Publication Title: Western Star
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ARCADIANS DISCUSS FIXTURES PLAN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

ARCADIANS DISCUSS FKTURES PLAN A MEETING ofl8 members of the Arcadian tennis club on Wednesday night voted. Against giving either of their two courts over to fixture play as conducted iast yeai. Tlie meeting V6ted ih iavotir oi the' proposed new ty$(t oi fixtures whato by the Lawn ■■ Tennis Association selects teams from'* graded list irres-' motive ot club membership. In the event of this system bouig. rejected in favour of the old type fix ture^ it was decided to endeavour id obtain a third oourt, which would'be. used by fixture "players, and main tained by thfi elulx. ' Club members whd opposed the old i type fixtures said tKey saw no' reason! ■whythe majority of members should be deprived of tlfeir! courts to' allow a: minority of top players take, part in the fizutre*. ■ It was' also1 claimed that the old system had resultedin inter ;club and individual bittern^ses, and hindered the development tpi younger' 'and mediocre playeri % | aturf Jfl rtVour eif tlie old fix- - ' tures ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROSEHILL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

! RflSRHlU. ZIBSX PABBAMAXXA flXAKES, ,7i\ (12.45).—Holland 8.7, Horning Glory 8.7, Blonde Glen 8.7, Wcrrah Gift 8.0, f "» 8.0, Uaiimg 8.0, Parlona 8.0, Brighton 8.0, Sala manca 8.0, Teepo 8.u, Xiie Golfer 8.0 Vormentera 8.0, Penearl 8.0, Xoung Douglas 7.7, Blundstream 7.7, Ualli poli .7.7, Prohibition 7.7, HeisBue 7.7, Biver Gem 7.7, Wyalong 7.7, Autumn Glory 7.7, liOrd Veil 7V,7. Silver Satin 7,7., Grand ^MU£>7V7.. SECOND pBbBA*ATTA MIXES 8TAKTIB, 71*. (lTaO).—Avail 8.7, Spendthrift 8.7, High Legion 8.0, Bay Bex 8.0, Coronation Joy 8.0, Partando 8.0, Great Hero 8.0, Marie Jay 8.0, Boeewell 8.0, Cheerunga 8 0, Zoon argho 8.0, ALUs £lmveii 8.0, Jtfarilyco 8.0, Prinoeu Gay 7.7, Biuzmark 7.7, Swan 7.7, Snaan Bay 7.7, Nandewar 7.7, Maranga 7.7, Ponter 7.7, firing liine 7 7, Uorereign State 7.7, Bejpird 7.7,J^dy Parnora 7.7. XHBEB ADD FOOE-XBAB-OLD QUALITY HANDICAP, liM. (1.50). —Comic Court 8.4, Iolaada 7.5, Lord Desmond 7.4, Lady Calm 7.4, Grand Bomanee 7.1, Fur dan 7.0, Le Fere 7....

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DALBY PIPE BAND WILL ADD ZEST TO HIGHLAND BALL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

DALBY PIPE BAND WILL ADD ZEST TO HIGHLAND BALL Tile Highland' Ball Committee report that arrangements are 'well IX band lor taw wigTiiM.* B&U Milt Rrldiy night, with every In' iicatlon pointing to a' retard' crowd. ^ The Dalby Pipe Band is coming to Boma especially lor the occasion and it ie expected there will be 12 pipen in the band.»which will, march from the Commonwealth Hotel, .down Wynd h&m, McDowaJl and ; Hawthorne Streets to the Hibernian Hall at 8.30 P»B» He pipe band will play some of the dances, and there will also be a full orchestra in attendance. Debutantes will be presented at 8 p.m. by Mrs. Grigson (matron of honour) to Lit.-Ool. 6. B. Urqohart, wnn (Brisbane representative of the Society of St, Andrew of Scotland Out). The debutantes will enter the hall partnered by pipers and will be piped up the Sail.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

"PAST fx fflSF MULLAVEVS ARE BEST CORDIALS & SOFT DRINKS "By. Theljr.Havoui They're la Ami;" Gold Medallist &N.A. 1881— Three lata and Three BrtU. OertiOeatee BJL&-0MT - MfilbotaWi 8rt'P*Uh. " Certificate* BJL& 1M7-S8. '' MULL/WEY & SON, "" Cfcariea fit. Bona —— Hume Stf _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

— m, m Home pefa^efU'wave kit will enable thewomen of Roma to. give themielves one of die fin est permanent waves they have *ver had. Full instructions. GoocT results. Complete Outfit Refill 10/ Obtainable from— JAMES SAUNDERS & SON 1 B&«L . &Q1U. fhoait 2

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STUDENTS CONTESTED 29 EVENTS AT HIGH SCHOOL'S CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

STUDENTS CONTESTED 29 EVENTS Af HIGH SCHOOL'S CARNIVAL Twenty-mile events \-ww»' keenly contested forattheanimal High School held at the Oowidl baths on. Monday •mm** . There "was a goad attendance of parents anSfriendi^Theftegioiial Dir ector of JMncntio^ (Mr.. Ai Gaymer), who presented the pennants' to the various winnere, congratulated the atndente on the manner in which the whole carnival hail been carried ont. Mr. Booker acted as starter and jodge, aBBiated by Mr. Salier and Mr. Grigs on. A splendid afternoon tea was provided by Mn. Booker..,. Honse Points: Mitchell 337, Went worifc 814» OrHBaTEW. tlhampion Boy: B. Pryor. • Champion CHrl; T. JjUIot. Boy with the most points in' the High 8cbool: B. Brown. OM irtth the iBsst pottta Ur vss v,"h- School: M. Ashney. Sey with the most points In the In te*inftdi&te School: E. Vickery. with most points in the Xnter medlato School: M. Miseamble. Life Saving Championship, Boys: C. Fulwood, B. Pryor. LifeBaving .-Championship, Qir...

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ROMA COUNCIL PRESSES MOVE FOR OBTAINING HEALTH INSPECTORS IN COUNTRY TOWNS AND SHIRES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

PRESSES MOVE FOR HEALTH INSPECTORS TOWNS AND SHIRES DOMA TWnCoancil delegates te the South Western Local Anthor ** ities Development Association animal meeting held in Ch*rie vifie on Wednesday aadyesterday pressed strongly for Government action to provttemore health ini pectors to fill vacant positions on the staffs of vaHou country shire* and town ocnndb. xaey suggested that 'the Assocla nine to the Health and. Honje Attain Minister asking that the De partment hold more frequent ■ exam' inMlotts tor Health Inspectors,. .and ' suggqaied that successful candidates /be compelled to accept positions of1 tferlpgr ,la the country. ' The move follows several abortive attempts by the Council to obtain a health inspector tor Soma, whl^ .has been without «b inspector since atfcy > last year. Town medical men are known to be frankly. priturbed about the posi tion at the town. One health authority aald this week that conditions were "chaotic," -and that the outbreak of any tnfecttousdiseMe...

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YULEBA NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 1 April 1949

UlUllllimillMllllllllllllllllimilllMl.lh. VULtBA HOIES (By Our Own OorrebpondentJ XUe Commissioner ior jmutajti (Mr. 14aioney;, visitea Itmetia. re ctutiy, accompanied oy aut. • - Crystal (general manager of uie South Vvestern Division), im. Bourne, chief engineer. Air. Wtalner, Air. Perry (assistant maintenance enigneer, &oma.) OTiH Bar. uee inec retary to the commissioner). iiepreseiHatives ot the iieiulemere Sliire Council, Councillors Langtou and Cox and the Shire Clerk (Mr. it. linm ley) met the Commissioner and jilaceu the Council's requests before Inm. illie Couucii requested a small tri angular portion of the vacant railwuy yard to bring the alignment of the main street to that or the main road. A further request was to have ' the fence- around the railway yard; aud on the main street, which is at present be ing repaired, made of the two-rail with sawn posts instead of the barb wire as at present. Ihe Commissioner suggested that the equivalent of repairing the fence ...

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