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EDGAR ALLAN POE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

ZDQAR ALLAN POE. A. witer in the Tituvrille Herald gives the following vrflttkring sketch Sfthbe illfated author of " The Raven" tm.llother striking poems and tales: * I never saw a p:eture that looked like Poe.- He didn't look like a man. lIe had a light, boyish huilhl, a small, tiervous, thin face, with a sharp, hatchet nose. lie always lorked like I . _ e,.with.l!is..tomach up against his l.ck-bone, his hands in his trouser's pockets, his body bent as if from choice, and hopping quickly along. ltB a drenchie roorter in a rainstorm, looking for some whisky cellar to drop into. He didn't know what a motal treponsibility'wa., and lie could tell lies faster - thanT - -B- who wa s hardly everkoown.t3 tell the truth. +' When Poe lived, 'away fromtn all Sretlatinn,' in a tumble-ilows little H)ouse at Fotdhamn his wife was lyirg, \'aitbout any niurinhmeat, on,a sick I ed.:.: Nathapliel; P. 'Willis, -who ad mirM 'a'id Appreciated the. wayward g.ulus,"' wtit the asistlance of, a few others...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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It's Claim as a Curative. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

It's. Claim as a Curative. It has now lecome the' fashion with the larvetors or discoverers of remedial agents to claim something little short of iufallibliity and universality of cure fur their respective agent-. Messrs. Sander and Suns do nothing of the sort. They have conflieuce that their essence possesses many virtues; but the full extent of these they do not know yet. They are now collecting data, and they ate most careful and searching in performing this. It is quite sure then that their eucalypti easence can fairly assert itself to be a graid panacea for many of the Ills that flesh is heir to. In Scorlet, T.yphoid, or aoy case of Frer no thing will protect better agtinit coutagion than a few drops of the essence, poured in the palm of tie hand (aud rubbed in, in order to liberate tile vapors), or sprinkled over the cluthes, The perfume will be noticed for a great length of time. For Children attending chools the same mode mAY L- adplll.d. In Ecaes of Stcnsn. a tewr uowyry..-...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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THE NOVELIST. CAPTAIN BASCOM'S DEVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

THE IOVELIST. ?iAPTAIN BDSCON'S DEVIL. Travellers from New Jersey to the City of New? Yor*, in phasing over' the wide espa soi)of taltMoafoj r which lies tieerween the Pissaio and Hackensack Rivers, cannot but form aWd iP4ai aLtIb*.loselness nWhflh. must have characterised that region when civilization had not enroaedihd upon its borders, and the canoes of the red man were the only,boaj'oisb?: traversed its waters, with thle exep. tion ofa few rude crafl4.belopigleg to, the. white settlers ob tli' ailjjoiing lands. Newark at thenino of which we wriC~iC -iet hi' few inhabitauts. Scarcely a grave had.boeen dug in the, groWudýtl.bleh{iho'w eaclobe~dbýlbuild. lags, and lying in the centre of the busy city,aholds within:lts ,bosom'1he ashes of hundreds who lived and died yeasrs eforeeobr gt iitfathers doffed the k- *loit?io?ihbilinml? eh . t + , Then, as now, Snake Hill lifted its front above thb) stirrosniding waste, affording from (thll' reoetope -which crowned its summit a look out, w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

DIED BLACK.- Suddenly, on 21st inst., Cork-   hill, Cape Bridgewater, Joshua Black, aged 76 years ; deeply regretted. The funeral will leave for the ceme- tery at 3 o'clock p.m. on Saturday, the 23rd inst. Friends are invited to attend.  

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REALISTIC IMPERSONATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

REALISTIC IMPERSONATION. 'I say, girls, said a little blue.eyed Yafikee boy, 'iet me take yqur.cqudy, and wo'il all play chicke.'' ' Is it nice,' enquirei bhlf-a-dozen- six-year olds in chorus. ' Nice I You bet. Let me' show you. I'll lay the candy down here on the; step, Rad you all go down there, and come up when'you Lher 'ne call like a rooster.' They retreated, and gathered in a. group-ebout ten feet off, while the buy got on his knees, with his head over the candy, and began to call, ansd strut, and flap his arrias like a rooster's wings. 'Cluck I cluck I cluck I and--all, the 'little girls came rutiing .p cand .. bent: to. pick up the candy, when the little fellow opened his mouth and took it all in at one gulph. 'Olh ! you mn-an- boy,' they cried, 'you have t~kin all our candy.' 'LThat's cause 1 plhybd ('soobter.' said time boy, rooster; alw(ys calls the lhens up w'len heo flds a grain of corn, and and then picks it up himeelll'

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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THE LAND QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

THE LAND QUESTION.. /: Sta,-It is with great pleasure I have read th1ladmirable lectures o.f '1t. Dow"'ea'd 1rofeaMsorPearson utpon."the questior of'a progresr et land. tax. These .cotributioes to the diacuselon and 'explanations of thisg subject are 'of the highest value to the Lilrl:pparty atthe present time, in view of the-approaching- colteet at- the ballot box. There In. one 'apectrof the land questlon, averer;'wthich appears to mne;at ai ny tlte of equal Importasnee to a-tax upon the land with which the 'State-lhs parted s and thatis tboet!obtaining a .proper retial! frnm' tihe squgaters.ftorohe land which they Ilire frinm the State. As they have:net dealt witlk thil side of tile matt.r. Ilfake.tltls opportunity of placrig the' following feels' befure your renderJ'and;the country. They are of lsucht a character an to need 11o argutnellt to enforce thle lesson-which they: teach, -bht they. wilt demiand tile serious. attention of every elector before' mnny ioutlhs are past: Firs...

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ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER KENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER The K _ I of fesra b.ai I tf gra'sooplstt aeamer, arrived in u ?on''s ai ?.ysterday:: on her maiden saua ge. She !s in-clrge, of Captain O. X. , i b'4ll iewts' lMils port,.and it was j a f air sIolyeggstcthalt non Vesselest her .siaesass aver arvedi here in better orde'and t?dUdittost- aftr; a lv,,g r4~" thani se' issL edbi3 ehdsEst rifpurtusly ci ai..Ain all the passengers, of whom there re ab?mnt 800, are' In eyelfis health. At 4the tiermination of thLen)pyagean-address, signed by the' pa -eger,--waS--pteCented to Caltain -Glibb aecompaqtled;wtthlra purse of~soilelns, acnd'. similar complimentary "'ddreses ~were pre sentd to the chief offleir, Mr.Ticelhurst,and :tlhW"hisefenghneer. The Kent, which' was .bull'lnienrs. .Money and Wigtam's building yaed'latIBIla kwall is a sister to the Durham, and :tsemrbles that vessel very closely. ;ier lenirth from the fore part of the steu to 'the bead-of the stern-post 'i 286 ft. 4-in; nmain bread(bthto outside of plank, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

a Gl n: an Lmited. oao .,el a, , ,,.- ? • do n AS ? , ,, t";. v'1"°ý ?°"" "EW' STEAMSHIP 'Pi,,?rVE S ..1ELBOURNE esaiwrrmnambool, 3iUst, bad S:niu lr:yMOIii : il' R' EO& . ,M,' thei kais at th owCeA ad olnn .:3 I ' - ry ?. 'A, ;loi,,o ot . . ,,", ,e, t, c O..R. - .M LBOURNE.. - o9 ?,d eas l ap ilat a 'b " ., , teAir Ml"Lseta at t AJ o Uad AhSipp * o~ta~stteadantei to bonve7 pagaeneu t i for po ers' l age .b1 l ' o`ry rot'a Ret l .. ,e & l st e tCot ill ,ter.liloned noi. I. ,, wit a ri e (3) , O .tober, Iso t . The Wrzguambo61l Steam Nfavigatidtn oIng a on a SI tEAIt RS WPerlle. SAIL A :~ ·--~- FLLOW--?J- Ov H t F. om , eu nonl s t~o r mo Portseod.a : )0 ot , Tuldsda lDec. o 19, ."r y;2n ,erly. j?¢llhiw 1t agas t Dlee Co. pan~ wdoll; es osr t l ed nsa r Ds o m a Pwdit y, thr.() %rilftiii? ol?day; Exarslona nTiMoket Avaiairle for turn to it in . One Month. S n... .. ... . a o 1okrEl4 .and Assoage money apply to p w. P. A S: ' ON Agent. Jullastreat, Prt lani. COBB, as C...

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SERICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

SERICULTURE. - ALt a meeting if the shareholders of tihe Ladies' Serlcnltural Association, held in the long room of the Melbourne Town Hall on LMonday last, the 18th inst., Sir George F'. Verdon In the,chair, Mres. Bladen Niell, who was received with great applause, spdke as follows, as reported in the'Age of the 19th, on the subjtct of Mr. Coppin's resolution to the effe o :-'' It Is proposed that a new company be formned for the purpose of oulti vating silk and grain, and such otherkilndred pursuit as may be deemed advisables the company to' consist of 60,000 hlsares at the rate of £1, to be paid up at tho time of allotment; the operations of the company not to be restricted, and the ,title .to be 'The. ?uitsnlli Laies' S Bilk ;0Vmlpaoy +(Lisiltted),'" Mrs. Bladen Nelll spoke at some length' in support of the resoltibn, and pointed ount that the repeated failures in Europe recentiy in tiuwrear?ig of silkworms satould enibeurage Australian sericnlturlsts to persevere more sealously...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, December 19. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

rOM OU owit OWN OttlRESPONDENT. J, t ; Tu ntetyi Deceu?e u, r 10. The motion of no confidence hse beenl pepatlione .: :utirl?" to-nor'fnw -'-"private ??esbers nillt,'-- and the- Ooverlneut nar firm in the intenlien to treat:it aa tere brutun fulmle to decide It otenly and o t to allow .shelr¢ oiltlon to' be' affected' ,b iea disage. Ofw e orlhe uetlnn tdl c esie of otitchof its importance", a' althoug'' the dllisios' Is Ikaly.to be closer thn the tlntsteril _ep porters laine, lt Is pretty well understood that it will not be arried, atd. the public ainnot, therefore be eapected to aftect a s keen interest in a matter whlich ho as Onpales crocern for them. The faster that ;-?'bH0 ulinea ibeinl llmlge, on with, a?d Shat a motion witch is wususlly reco?ansea em of the first importnoce should it' quietly lar??e tdo i bem dtsrussed e parte 'of tele rcIrdler prlate members' bnusinnes eof ,ore emptied .of interest,+ the . hole ueatlo? i ,and, the debate llt, t' alt, itkoti :mdtee?n?Eoidie, ...

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KEW LUNATIC ASYLUM BOARD REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

ILEW LUNATIIJASYLUII HOiARD .~ IIIORT. -:, The board appoilled to inqhire into the internal mnnigmennst if. ile' IC Ke Lulsitil ,Asylllum haveu virtually 'onsclusd tlislr labors, and their relarlt will tiles r.y be for warded to the Chief ?eeretary.' t.l snse of tlhessllsat vrllumnionus, exitaustlve alnd care fully d igested,,reportse. thlr .ru it;v5Yr been stlomlltvd:to IPar hunlens l asd ?sltpver'lll;ty be tllIshiL of the outo?CIC, It ".lust5 lb Croi ede tl thtlt It .repre?eny s ai vas nlasnsot of laIr nolid altemllso on tlhe par ollfl tlhe elir nann, Mr. Miickt-y, sill Mr. Wel b. who, in addition to taking lull shiortlhund naire of the evidence, bl.n nrted as necrt ary to the board, and afroded vsinable ar?si,anco in dithtslg and nspilingll'the ,ilseri.tls upon' which tho re.irt Is fouisnded.: The i'lnqnlry arose ot o0 certnl, ,harltes brollght?atll?nt a nimbelnr.f the ofleersi and itteldmostl, who were charged by ,inal.MS Kee, formerly a fem.le wor.ier in the IIstituilton, with ...

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A GOOD OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

A GOOD OPENING. The travelling agents; ,who; visit:. Vicksburg have a' nw way of getting at husiness. : The'othor day when one rapped at a door, it was opened but ad' inch or two, dand thle woman called,out, "Don't waJt ltrytlhiug.' ' Madam',' in t'errogated the ,agent, ' you' have t2.' sister?' ',Yes,?nnd' the dnoF opened 'a little more. £ Aild you haven'.t lhearn from her lately?' 'No.' TJ;ti youi don't knouw that-thant-she-' The, womanl opiened 'ide the door,antd x-. citetily asked, ' What is it? What has happened tob hr?' ' Then you haven't heartd?' ' No! no! is tucy dead?' SYou" r sister Lucy, madam, is not deal; bit-but--' ' But whit?' sihe wildly inlltitie, an he stepped up be side her. ' Y'or istor, madam,' heo replied, unlocking his valise, 'pur chased five boxes of this superb, enogi r: blueitit, anl earlevtly'bntrents you to buty at' least oino lux; price only. 15 ('cats.' She dMlidl et see it; and, tas hIu passed rapidhlly ll'ough the lir, asth glanced at hiis flying co:...

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THE WRONG WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

Judge Pitnan iso ondef `he t?ictors of tile B?iuktown pqblic'. ,l e Last-B i rq Botriiiarddver' sda h applicants to call upon thojudggr A t ainy or two aftirtirads Mb t s. aj a advertised 'for a cook, and -_ affernoon `': aIish gii. ca! d, at a th house to oltain the. place. The ?u.q d was at tihe porch at the timed; ain en she enterod he mistook .bher' r,. shIqolmishress, and said io he:rl I: , 'Did you come about that place?. ' Yes sir," se answered ' 'Oh very, well, thllen; take ast d I'll run over a few things it oriI`} to e ascorrain 'wlit ybour ,qualif?catioap lp Bound Afria.' ' 'If you 'le?se, sir, I dp'dt wIe what you mean.' I say yfounid Afries, ' Bou--Bnou-icgorCar I don'tl k??'w what 'ou'li'~erfer'rin?' to' ' Vytihiktu , said 'thie ju.ge ~ta you ' tell rue 'ether "amph·'loe '. .. .ad..b .r a pieosp i li T ' e nyou iotieer I'never bad anuythingto tie with asuh tliings at mt ldst. pli e.' 'T'hen it, must ih-ve 6cena curli sort of ai institution, said thal9 j4u g Probdbly yo...

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RIGOLLOT'S PAPER IS SOLD IN THE THREE DIFFERENT FORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

RIGOLLOT'S PAPER IS SOLD IN THE THRIEE DIFFEREtNT FORMS. I. In Boxes containlng 10 leaves of I decimetre square surface; that shape is the most convenient for Loome treatment for family and travelling usec 2. In Rollers forming a single strip,a con venient shape to put a lnmapism girdle round the bioly tin cases of cholera; 8. In ouxes containing 25 leaves, model of the national navy and mariue Hospitals. DEPOTS: for Wholesale, rue Viellie-du Temple, 26, P'sris.-For Betall, in every Drug store. "To preserrve all the properties of the Mustard. to obtain easily, In a few minutr, a decisive effect, wilh the least possible quantity of medication, such are the proh lems most successfully resolved by M. Rigolloet consequently, his leaves' sinapism should be kept iI all families, for, the quick revulaien so obthined Is a medication of the moment, the opportunity at whicih t re quired in many diseases, &c." A. BOUCIIARDAT, Professor of hygiene at the School of Medi cine of Paris, Me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 22 December 1876

-(8SPBOIAL ADVER'IS MENTB;: T;TON W.. HILL, Mterveyor- and Arehitect, :.. , ALSO 3URVEYOR :under the TRANSFER OF LAND STATUTE. Offceklat E. Cummings' Timber Yards Peroy-street. Portland. 'Mrs. Henry Balding, -L YEARS AMATEURI PRACTITIONERI ~;l:,fI : OF HOM(EOPATII,. , L.vet Dean Cottage, Luntl-street, ;_.::..a - - _, : ': ortland Coaeso indo'Eboas-Froi Ia to 6 a.. iHardwwood Timber. ;A'L:.ARGE assortment of Sawn 'tituber } from the DENS SAW BMILL'.'con stantly on hand. Orders executed with spatch. E : DWIN CUMMINGB, "CI,.:." Agent for Messrs Price, Sons & Co. iTo WOOLGROWERS _. and FARMERS. TnfH.odeligned ts aboyaroS1;' n. Wool, I Tallow. - aloand Sheepskinsl Or-will make cash advances on same, whether for sale in Melbourne or shipment" to' Loudor. .... . Shipping expenses on al'' toduer at orrent rates. P. W SIIEVILL .: . Successor to Thoma Must. .Portland, 6th Nuvember, 187t6.1 '1 c. ,,:MISS3 DUFF, Milliner and Mantle Maker.' . -GAWLER STREET, ?= O W I A., 1T D, TNIENDERtB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

Portland Grammar School. oI, Nrci rPLs: MR. S. TA IOR, S Trin. Coll.l Dublin aMr U. E. k1VANS, I Lte open exhibtloner, St. John's Codll. SCambridge., SThe fourth term will commence on Wednes: day, October 4. Vacanciles for boarders. Prospectuses on application. M1BBS WALKER, ORGANIST or LV¥ • STLEFNSe, PoRTLN', aN d p'up?l the late Hertk tailb, gives LESSONS on thle PIANOFORTE. Arrangements as to teims; &c., may he mode on application. . Vacancies for two pupils. Victoria House, Tyers street, Pottlnd,dJuly 21. Portland eduaeO Sohdol, r?fIlTRD QUAIRTEt commences JULY i. 7ru, Pupils admitted at any onthe date by arrangement. Pl'pils prelared for marrlculatioh either prIvately or in the school: MIltd. COO'Ei?, Betlinck-street. LADIES' S'CHOO'L, '1 IfISS" CLARI'KP wishes it to be nbtlced IVJ that the T'lIittl UARTER wilt commence JULY 17. Fourth Quarter, October 9. Termi for day pupils, including Fedcl i Two guliseas. Ifuhlc and Singing: yMr. G. PwrTIrrsa Classes for Drawing and...

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MELBOURNE. Friday, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

M B LBOURNEo 'FB07s .OUI.OWN COttitEsrt:PONDENT :. ,: ri . day, December 8. A very important case to the publio who travel by coasting steamors, was investigated by the Steam Navigation Board. The com. manderof the Julia Percy stenamship, trading between this port and Warrnambool, Belfast, and Prt'~liarll , was charged with hiving been guilty of gross mis.colrlect. In pro. ceeding to sea with an excess of deck cargo, whereby the pasneegers' lives and his vessel were put in great peril. The President of the Board stated that somle dilliculty had been experienced n' getting evidence, but fortunately the Secretary of the Board (11r. Itees) as also Captain Drlhin (a member) were ahil to depose to tile faets. Mr. Ilees deposed that under instructions front the board he went down to tile wharf tas the stermer camoe alongside, tand io noticed the deck loaded withl balrs of wool, and that ihe thoughllt there were three tiers, certainly two tiers of bales, 0and he noticed Cithe sip had a str...

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Portland Lighted up with Gas. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

SPortlautd Li1tcted up waith Gas. ('(To the Editor of the lortland Guardian.) SSin.-I trust that as a visitor I may be permitted a liberty not accorded to residents Ipermanently located here, in' venturing on Sthis subject. In tle first place, Portland is one of tie oldest, richest, and prettiest places in Victoria. Nature Iha dno all tatt lshe possibly could do, yet it is without thit one casqntial-Gas. Portland has not kept pace with other places thait are not so cn dowed with n iture'a gifts. The best interests of tlih town are kept back for tlo want of thiis ilaluilatlIg power. Tile Colncil have, it son ms, quietly shelved tlali, and,. I think, very wisely for tilo ratopayera, as it *i possiitl in their judgement and wisdom to put such a rate on its would found. a source of incomel available for other purposes than Smunicipal gas liabilitics. I therefore address tlieso lines to.to te goeral public who may feel sufllciently interested to form a gas company. Tlh Coouncil lhavoin t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

CORRESPONDENCE, whillst admittilng thle grontcat liteary freedomal to Correspolldonts, our coluntuls will be open onlly to such ooulmlnuldationr shall be clear1y writtOn toemroatoly tttroslod, nod of -local 00 00ener Intoec0t In no wise hooldiog ouooolvoo rononnehblo for ally oplololUe tnt maoy b cdonvoyod thonrlo.

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

TABLE TALK. J Soreo SK?CNE.-- Papera audC eorrecpoI? denco in connection with certain complaints made against Judge Skinner weor laid before thenAssembly on tie Oth inst. The - eorrospondence it appears dates s.felr back as 1801, but from that time up to the most recent allegation the minister for the time being, presiding over the Crown Law Offcos blas given his decision in favour of tihe Judge. L a.ND 'SAr,.-Mr. E. Dacomb hold a sale of town allolments on the 7th inst., when an allotment 53 feet •front. ego to Ionty stooet was purchased by ?Mr. V. P. Anderson as agent for Mr. Lindsay Clarke at £. 10J per foot. An allotment on the Observatory Hill 3a 2r lS)p at .:38 per acre, was purcehasd by Mr. Tihos. J. Ward. Thoer was a fair attoend anon and tihe sale wont off with l pirit:. Suecr.s TREASURE,.-A singular acoi dent ocuered fit Mooroopna,'near Mrellhi son, on the first. MIr. Thomas, .of the Commercial Baenk, was retauning from Slopparton by the punt, wien h is horso, startled fro...

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