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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY, ATJUST 2,1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 August 1862

"SMTmnAY, ATTOOT 2. 186*. A PirncvLTT li«« interposed itself in j the way uf Mr. IIEBSEKT'S .projected virât tu .Ëngland, A niisoir^eristarKlirig lias arisen with reference to die appoint- aient »f the acting-head of the Govern ?nient daring Iiis absence from the colony, «liioh has resulted in thc resignatiOD of the CouoMa*. TBKAH UER. j As Parliament wa* not then cutting. Mr. MacnacctE luid -no opportunity of giving a public explanation of thc reasons which Iud led to Iiis ««««ion from the Government, trat through the press. He tua therefore addressed -a letter to the Ouurwr, appended to which is the offici cial corrvepoudinioe relating to the trob ject. Wc give tin's lotttr, together with the whole <«f tlie correspondence, a place in oar .ookmirtr, VT« s Deere! y regret thc retire ru cut from office of Mr. MAORI NEIB. AS a ¡rulific man, he has shown no hrillianey of talent, bot his «marient ioasncas and rtraigbtfurward conduct, have deservedly wun for him the confidence...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 August 1862

To the Membors of tho Church or England. (lie mpics-t nf lim Loni Bishop /*. of Iii» liioccac. . Ott.-.Hon «ill !«. made on Sunday Morning. Ihn 3i.l Aui<ii<l, fur our Suffering I'« How-«'on ni rv Men inlh.i Manufacturing Dlutrict* of ICngl**"!. A Upc dal Sermon will Im preached. T. JUNKS. U<«i<li:ul Minister. Presbyterian Vhuvcñ. Oil Xl NO SRHVN1E, in thc J»I OlirMCI!. »I 1! o'clock; Evening Ker«ce. in the CV»ar Horne, at 7 o'clock. Rockhampton School of Arts. flMIE usual MONTHLY MEETlNfi ? ofthct'ominitloo will lie held a». I lie r<mrl llouec. on Thuraday livening. Hie "Iii August, at half past wren o'Hock. G. A. OEN TA AFFE. Hon. Secretary. 'ILL visit ROCKHAMPTON in a » * few days. WANTED, a M AUlllKD COUPLE as Cook and Housemaid. Kefcrcrces roiuircd. Apply to A ROM EH ft Oo. Gracemere, 24th July, lhOi SHEARING will commence nt Mantuan Downs, Nogoa Uiver, on thc 1st of October. ltoi-KiuMrroN ME. W. D. CAVANAGH, Practical PhmMo...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 August 1862

COMMERCIAL. M. WOBBTAU» rrport*.-thar« no great change to ! BF" hi tb NI market atora but «ar« ; thr «rant «if a«arktad>aaMir<iaatakml)^L>aail«ñ|<attMareaH)t | «aaal to tba drauod. Vumrroua uvftiiri,* f.tr «xl ! moddtani bave bam mada, but trota «br fra* tn tor wirket, I fcaae ban unable tu erlert tl« ^ualily rr «airad, taat aaetiaa «ancati.*« ara for Horns io (air 1 r*««U!oc, from 'Í\S t« tis.; ditto, inferior aad ' arnarrama) CT «a CIS Iva Ufo «aira sf tmbrakta Kock j a «kinf Balloctl-The market «naltered; »Bl I aflat tab flay «iv bead, brios UM fu-rt draft of tor Moan. Maapbernaa Im. Blore Cati lr.-Vo traoairtiiaiu to rr port ibia vrrk .rill ha** imo brad fa. lo-p-ctioo io abi.Dt a lortourut. I fc brae.-The rn-ri. rt bara. UrtnanJ my ',ri>e_ toad'-Sold tbr «bole of Ah« Ferablll Caatr; alto SMallotoMaulo tba tem otb f ot Edington, at Tan- { *et.^cloi5 prawa. TaUaraaU'a Sala Ta«dr, Eaawtrret. i BIM», LU*» «IT» «-«. report_Hon»: TKr demand Tor lu*»** d...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 August 1862

I STEAM TO I Vier DENIFOS.-We piTceive thai our »litily <;ontrfiipoTary, tile Courier, in the lat<«t issnr to hand. -state* 'hat <>»>ro ic somi: pnihahility thal the tender for the 0011 toyiUiu- of tho Port Denison mail will not lie «wx-i*|rttrJt as tile (vovi'iunieiit were <Jiit posi it to jrive the pr.-fereticc to an overland route. We have no rrftson, however, to con- clude that the information vre published in our hist »a» incomti, as the same pout » In ch brought the paper referred IO, aldo oouveyed te> Ut. Bassett, the intelligence that the tender had turn awjtttd, and that tile steamer Murray of 150 tong, bad been pur- chased hy the firm for the trade. Scnool, OF ARTS.-We understand that a lecture will shortly be delivered in aid of this institution by Mr. S. il. Hutchison, on California. PHBFNOXOOY.-Tty advertisement in another column, it will be Reen that ¿Ir. \V. 1>. Cavanagh, practical phrenolofprt, who'has recently ...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR TO MR. MACKEKZIE. Government House.Brisbane July 29, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 August 1862

His EXCELLENCY THE GOVEUKOR TO MB. MACKEKZIE. Government Home. Iiris-ham Jnly 29, ÏS62. HT DBA* MACKENZIE.-As at our inter- view tuis morning you declined positively to withdraw the tiMgnstion of your office of Treasurer. tendered in cobseqnence of your recent unforthnale disagreement with your collea^nes, I am constrained, though with much repret, to accept it. I should not do justice either to yon or t<> my own feelings, were I not to take this opportunity of expressing my S'il se of your highly honourable «ooduet iu office, and of your constant zeal for the public Service. I need scarcely add that t am confident that our personal relations will always re- mata unaltered. 1 remain, my dear Mackenzie, with ranch regard and esteem. Ever yours, very faithfully. O. F. BOWEN. The Hon. B. B. Markomtie,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 August 1862

Queensland 8(eun Navigation 1 Company. IV panmaneè at a resolution passed at * meeting of ahateholderi In the above fcompaBT, appUoatioü» «ill be received for UM additional khan« to be allotted by Haan*. SHAW, CAPPEH, h CO., Bock hampton. JOHK STEPHENS, SecreUry. EEFEBRING to the above adrèrtise faeat. the poblic ta informed that topi ia ot tfca original jMoapaelaa and bro» f application for abana caa ba had at «ur office. SHAW, CAPPER, & CO. Cheap and Direct Communica- tion between Rockhampton and Brisbane. TpHS well-known, fiat sailing steamer M. WILLIAMS, commanded by Captain Cottier, will make three trina a month "between Srisbaoe and Bockkampton, oom- ! xsesciug the Stat «eek is Juîv. JOHN «."GOLLAN*. j Pro. Manager. A. il Ti. Co.'« office. 1 Sydney, Jone 17. J Bte am to Brisbane. a'HE A. 8. N. CO.'ß STEAMER - WILLIAMS will leave Rockhampton for lkiabane, cm the following days : Toenda?. 12th August Saturday 23rd do. CEO. D. WKPB. Agent, Ri iguana. -Kfc^ FOB LONDON Jfcg...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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[No. 5.] MB. MACKENZIE TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR Treasury, July 24, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 August 1862

[Ko. 5.] j MB. MACKEVZTE TO Era EICEHJEVCT TUE OOTEEKOB. Treasury, July 2*, 1802. MT ET.»« SI&GEOHOE,-In conscouenec nf a disaçroairieul with my colleague* aa lo the manner in which like Government should be dimed on during thc ahaenix' of thc Colonial Secretary in Knglaiid, and with the {»articular* of which your Excellency ia no doubt fully aware, Ï heg respectfully to place in your hands my retignafion of the office of Colonial Tn-j suTvr, which I now hold, trusting that you will bc pleased to accept the same. I remain, my dear Sir George, Yours Terr truly, R. R. M AOKKSZIE.

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[No. 3.] (MR. HEBBERT TO MR. MACKENZIE.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, July 10th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 August 1862

pro. *.} MB. HwÉimr TO mia, UACKMMIXK, Gofenial Secretar/* Office, Brisbane, fnly 10th, 1862. afr DUI afaCaaasTK,-I hara deferred ?until na« «asaitiag, jour letter recored ye* terdey, in order that I ought not do mo without «dna tom WV' il km. Although yo» ny that 'veoir determination tn the matter has not been sa»**]" armed at, I »lui oonaider thal, on re 'ikrliOn. yon narr be lad to beHere that it has been formed without coficient rea-otu I have offered to the GOT ern meut to resign tay office absolutely, if by that means my ?absence ia England, widen is na» voidable, aright ba rendered lew inconvenient to the Kxecntire. Hie Governor and my other two HMUeagnCS «ppesr to de-ire thal 1 should not do so, bot that I shall retain office, mating m-^tfcj-nà tprovnaoo for the conduct of my department during my absence on lr»rc I'ndpr such aa aiiaugniient it would be, not only tul- um--ry, bat, I Oma, undotirihie that any of the Tlw iTjintu Mfumtin should asuume 'the position of the«o«d of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 August 1862

POST OFFICE NOTICE.— The Post-       master General has notified that mails     will be dispatched by steamers to and   from the Northern Ports, whenever op-         portunity offers, and that the notice of   11th July, requiring an extra penny   stamp to be affixed to letters conveyed by   other than the regular mail steamers, is   recinded. The arrangements of the   mail steamer, Queensland, have been al-   tered, so that she will depart from the   Northern Ports, on her return trips to   Brisbane, as under:— From Rockhamp   ton, not earlier than 6 p.m. on Monday, or by the morning tide on Tuesday; ar-   riving at Gladstone on Tuesday, and Maryborough on Wednesday; leaving   the latter port on Thursday and arrivi...

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BRISBANE MEMORANDA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONENT.] MONDAY, July 28th, 9 a.m. RESIGNATION OF THE COLONIAL TREASURE [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 August 1862

BRISBANE MEMORANDA. [raen oem ows OIBBXIPUSDEKT.] MOSDAT, July ¿Sdi, 9 a.m. RESIGNATION" OF TITR COLONIAL TREASUEEK ! PA MD. IRA'S box is gradually opening, and j the sjptome of political convulsion arc ; i>ecomtiig nrore cvi.lent. ïn other «vcrds, j Mackenzie has resigned the Treasureisliip, ; and evidence of the dishonesty of mah für* nf the other members of the Ex unitive toivards ltira is now patent to the world. Although there have been not a few di;^i£reemcT:ts between the members of the Biiniitry in times in gone by, and a split, sooner or later, was looked upon as inevitable by our knowing carda, thc. present disaster lias come about in a manner not creditable tn Mr. Mackenzie's colleagues, which can be easily explained in a few words. Herbert is going home, as I before told TOO, and the members nf the cabinet knew that he was going long enough ago, although, Ins, poor innocent 1 didn't know anything about it when the Maranoa giant. Jack the Ferrett, auk ed him whether he...

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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 6 August 1862

To Oe Editor of the fíutktín. SIR,-?Iy .iTijrrt in trespassing ripon \ ? nf space ia tn ask .-1. Whether it is tlie in lent u>ti <>f the cricketers of Roek h.lupton tu allon- the practice of that ti 4.]e game to fall to the ground ? 2. Where is the C.Q.C.C, and «lu« »re ihev at«.'U ? I'mfkienov can never be obtained vitfiout pi act ice, «id it appears to m<% ti it at present, it bi.i» fair tn i«s>.uie tn ?.her - f the tranv di«irraf»»fol **<l-fnirf?ts" that nov stain the moral re paulion ot U^ckliamptoa. -WILtOW

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Correspondence (The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments of Correspondence.) To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 6 August 1862

Corrfsponkncf. JTfc» Editor -m »lï not bc i-wponriH* *»r tit* MbUmeuU of Corre*{H>ii'lenta.j To the Eiitor of the Bulletin. Sm.-Were vee married it nuoM frratify "Judy" not a little io rc-ji'v to t lie in «jniiie» of "Quiz," although at the same lime s/ie would pity liim, for he cmld not have l>een awalx when lie wrote abnit fiJJotiiny in ike leake *f <in rf)<j. Il i- ver)- certain '" Quiz " did. not be- gin his existence in an ^yy-^rll, ihat how ever. is fio ronson why his brains should not lie a/Idled. With regard to ourselves «?<. were not hatched, we " grmccil like T>ffy," «nd th» (in-sent litter is an evidence we are not A-ad. Now for the argument. it lei reasonable to suppose that *? Quiz " expecting to see a f.orth mini - her of *' I*uuch," must have tead the third Sn., and consequently the reason win- it w. s suppressed, viz..-" That an ill-feeling might he caused anions mem- bers of this cofiniiiiniiy, ' we having beard tliat fra' p...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MORNING MERALD. (Per favour of the Rockthampton Bulletins.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 6 August 1862

TO TUE EDITOB OF TBE STDSEi" MOS Xi.\ G HERALD. (Trr /nour of the Bociiampton Bit Uti».) Sin.-I hare since my return from fbe : Gulf of Carpentaria, been in your paper ¡ a letter from Mr. Peter McIntosh, dated . 2et>, May. My frieti i. Mr. C. fl. Dutton, is noir auveitt in trie Mitchell District ; »*en be it-tarn*. Mr M>:*irt<t*h »ill, no doubl, ' nfe-ee a t -tirturlory answer. In the m<>anwhile I may obrere that , wit'i irfereiice to Mr Mclntoiii a three ! <MW> .ywi^au jsionaauta hf jullul .* ' lure quoted twmity «ich, a» the «ra.«nt of radi evident« in nut Wurth « straw, lo * letter dato.! fil h FeirtcmVr, IrMil, to tlie OoWial Scctvtary, Brtartatie, I stated timi '- whir: tin rn una n question aa to veracity, the evidence ahooM lie taheu «ii oath." Such evidence rtmat lie taken in open Otiri, in order that tho tenon? troth may be ftirf at. Neither the i Government of Queensland, ttor tlie .aftfjurii of Mr. McIntosh, «jar« accept Ulta c...

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BRISBANE. (S. M. Herald's Telegram, 31st ult.) Wednesday, 4 p m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 6 August 1862

BRISBANE. (S. M. /fasta"* r*Jegram§, 31*/ täl.) A Laser, meejine was brid last ni^ln for the I purj«OM" «if raÎMiii: fonda to ast-ist tu reli*-v- j in«; tlie <!iiJtle>*.<1 KntiliKb workmen, ilia I Excellency the Morenior presided. It wu» : T< solved to appty ful«cri]rfii>n« toward frat ¡ni; the capense of the outfit and em- '. barkation of tbe tiinroployed op. rm i v.* t.> 1 Queensland. !

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 6 August 1862

BUNK ROBBERT. - A correspondent writiug from Genoa, on the 1st of May, gives the following details of an extraor- dinary bank robbery perpetrated in that place .-" This city has been thrown into the greatest excitement by a robbery, perfectly unparalleled for its magnitude and audacity, which has just been com mitted on M. B. Parodi and Son. the well-known {tankers. To day. at half past one o'cl'jck, a band of armed men, about 20 in number, entered M. Parodie bank, situated iu Strada Kuova, one of the most frequented thoroughfare?, «nd overpowered and tied down to their desks all the clerks w ho were seated in one large room with their employers, these latter being treated in the sauie manner; mid while some of the intru- ders held their captives still with loaded pistols and drawn kuives held to their throats, the others made a clear sweep of all the notes and cash «ithin reach. The sum taken amounts to 735.O00Í, Messrs. Parodi having unfortunately the habit of keeping their balanc...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 6 August 1862

ROCK if A MPTOX POLICE COVBT. Ar<sv**T I. Bcf.re J. Jardine. Esq.. I'.U. j »I i< l>:i,'I lircwiaVi «ru fined 'M*, fur ilrutik- i <eni>f*s l.oui« Ra\field «ras hmuRrit lnTore the Oouit f.»t fitd.tin£ in thc j u'Iii: street*, ^.wm diMïdssed. Alignât 2. Refore J. A l-aruaeli. Esq.. J P. Alexander ltetifrrw was lin«) 40s. for bein;; drunk, ann vaicp inmlttnK lan^ttajze Io default ot |iaytueut, lo be Imprisoned for forty-eight liour». August 5. Öefoie V. I». Ms,n».6eM, Esq, Mayor, uno J. A. I.amach, KMJ., J.P. William C. Gardner ». li. Murray. Thia wan H cliarg*- tor u*itnt olmoriie lan^ia^e. llie ll.i.ih tined difeudaut IVs. witti uonta. Aiumut 4. id-fore W. J. Brown, Esq, W.t-.U., and t*. O. Manfield, Esq, Mayor. John Gillyard wai brought tiefore the Court. rhaij;-d with stealing £fi 10».. the prorierty of Joseph Waltos. The prisoner ara» committed to take hts trial At tb« Cir- cuit Court to lie held at Marj borough, on the itu rV|>tetnl«r ti' ...

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DANGEROUS OILS [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 6 August 1862

CANOE RODS OILS .Va aarcaine Lan pa AK BOW IO general j «se, «ra deem it advisable to publish the loUoarÍBg article, which appear* ia the Iee wa» of UM 12ih instant, and which shows tba dangeroas natue of the im- pure kerosine oil : "In th« rsesMM of Hay 17, under the beading of ** The Country Huirse," «ra drew attention to the (act that oil» of] et highly dangerous character had been ' importad bete, and we took the opportu .Sty of Suggesting that the aale of such ehould be prohibited. Again, in oar issue of Jana 28, we drew attention to the aame subject, particularly cautioning people against ming dangerous oils, mentioning the extreme danger which would «rise by uacrewing the top, «nd «nd replenishing « Ump after it had been heated by barning for some time. Li our iaaoa of December last year, waa Jr! ven the valuable report of Professor Watt, of the Sydney University, on the «ame subject. Since we first announced the importation hete of dangerous ons, and expressed an opinion tha...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 6 August 1862

IN . paragnipli headed " An Employer of Coidies," the Querttdwi Titrvt of yesterday mentions Captain Town's munificent donation to thc fund in aid of the liancailiire operatives ; and in eluci- dating his reference to some land which that gentleman «aid he was preparing for cotton cultivation, thc editor writes : " The 400 acres here alluded to we tie lieve consists of patt of a section of land taken up on the Logan River, the pre- paration of which for receipt of the cotton seed ts now giving employment to many persons who are engaged in fencing, dVc. We believe that for the purpose of pick tug coltan and other field operations a number of Coolies will he imported by Captain Tonus."-Guardian, July 26. A QUAUFICATIOH.-A merchant, lately ai vartUing for ? derk "who could boarcontlae ment," received an answer from one who luid ; boen " upward« of «even years in gaol."

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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 6 August 1862

.S^ijr-iif Intfiligfntf. AKainrat» iWM i-«M>eMi, «f*«m«r, OikrttaM. from j *?4r+-. 31 pt «tlIM» Vimniin-VT T iliiti, Kn. áalm, Kr ). tum, in tum, £ rhu JrT E* arraal : Hr. <**. H. «Urh«r4> Mn Utrl.iud.. ! n- Vmai uriiamat : Mn. Höfen.««. Hm ' ?«rM(<i, «tWMaii. ffetgM, B*M«Ta, JTtUUw |i««itB<Ul»tbMm|t

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THE CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT IS ENGLAND. TO THE WORKING OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (Per favour of the Sydney Morning Herald,) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 6 August 1862

THE CO-OPERATIVE HOVEMEKT IS ENGLAND. To rue WOBKIKO Mes or KEW SOCTH (Per fftrour of the Sydney Morning Herald,) OcsTLrMKN,-Haring occasion to vierit Rochdale, it occurred to nie that I might obtain by personal observation and in qniry a knowledge of the far famed co- operative institutions of this town, which could not fail to be of an instructive value to yon. Perhaps I was in some j measure led to take this trouble from the recollection of the attempt to set on foot a similar movement sn Sydney a few months before I left the colony. To enabV me to make my investigations oniier the most favourable auspices, 1 obtained a letter <"f introduction to the managers from Mr. Bright, which I copy for your information and guidance, both for inc vale of what that eminent man says, and what he docs not say, in sup- port of die co-operative principle. 4, Hanovvr-street. London, April 1,1862. TVftT Riv,-Mr. Ashworth ii the ra&ruurer of the store in Roehd ile. «nd he will gi...

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