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Application for a Wine License. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

=n Application for a Wine Ic License. set - re. A ?iU interest was displayed at the Court ed {Houe r. Tuesday whet. the application of Mr oge ?. C, Hill for a colonial wine license was opened on before a Lieensing Bench consisting of Dr. nd Blackall and Mr. F. Campbell, Js.P. ng Mr Woodward appeared for the applicant, and MLr. Garraway appeared nn behalf of the ide local branch of Good Templar., and 95 persons, en whose signatures were attached to a petition. a Sergeant Willis opposed the application. m- Mr. Hill wasa first called, and stated that he led was not aware of there being any demand for a ad wine shop. ed In cross-examination by Mr. Garraway ap m. plicant stated that his son signed the application ng on his behalf. His residence was at Balmain. rae In reply to the Sergeant he stated that there ow was a wine license at Kempsey but it was not his run in connection with his store. He had no share in the proceeds. IF this license were ,f granted he would share in the proceeds...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman's Christian Temperance Union. THE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

Woman's Christain Temper. ance Union. THE ANNIVERSARY. Ow yesterday afternoon esme 55 ladies, and a number of cenilemen, principally members nf the above Union and the I O G.T., gatherei in the Protestant Hall to celebrate the anniversary of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. The president of the Union, Mrs Stewart, oa. coupied the chair. Tho proceedings opened by singing the hymn " Going By " Prayers sere afterwards of?red by the Rev. Wm Stewart who before resuming his seat read the 146th psalm, which the Union have adopted as being peculiar to their departments. The annual report was read by the secretary (M a A. Cameron) and received with aoclamation. The report was satisfactory ih every detail and pointed out the salvation the Union hra been to the distr;ct, and its rapid growth during the put year. Owing to the absence of the treasurer the balance sheet was not submitted. The president announced that there were several of their de. partments not yet filled, and the Union s...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Indigestion and Biliousness. COMPLETELY BANISHEL BY BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

Indigestion and Biliousness. COMPLETELY BANISHED BY BILE BEANS. Twn following case of Mr. Elliot Watkins, of Lady Robinson's Beach, Rookdale, is a fitting illustration of the wonderful efficacy of Bile Beansin curing the most severe eases of Indigestion and Biliousness. This gentle man says:-' For a period of over four years I was a sufferer with Indigestion and Bili oensesa, the symptoms wlioh troubled me most being a dizziness in the head, accom panied by a languish felling, and a most per. petual sud intolerable headache. My stomach was 3istended after eating, and violent gnaw ing pains attacked me in the chest, breathing being at times most distressing. I was also greatly troubled by fits of vomiting, when I would be utterly prostrated and temporarily deprived of eight for aperiod extending over hours. I consulted several doctors, who pre oscribed for me, without giving more than temporary relief. At the solicitation of a friend I tried Bile Beans, though I did not anticipate an...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XVIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XVIII.--CoNr0NUED. Mrs. Ponsonby was about thirty years of age, short but well made, with auburn hair which her women friends declared was natur ally brown. She had a soft trainante voice and a handsome pair of dark eyes, .but her nose was too long to allow of her being cor rectly styled a beauty. In, fact, as a child and a school-girl she had been pronounced ugly. When she married she somehow sud denly developed into one of the smartest and most fascinating women inLondon. Women said it was the way she dressed and the way she flirted that made her a favourite, while men spoke of her wonderful voice and of her. charm of manner.. Lionel Ponsonby, her husband, could see no fault in her and loved her dearly to the day of his death, about two years ago. She had worn the deepest possible widow's mourning and even a charming apology for a widow's cap for some months, and then, finding mourning unbecoming, she had at the end of the year drifted in...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BYWONG [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

BYWONG (From Our Correspondent). MoiamNe :-Prospecting work with a stisfactory results is still being carried on here. A crush. Ing of five tons of stone sent by Mr. O. Wake field to the Dairy Oreek Battery, from the old Robbins, Cartwright claim, gave a return of loz. 4lwts to the ton ; this being consilerad highly payable, as the ore was taken from a reef averaging a foot wile, and broken out from a depth of about GOft. deep (another In atance of the class of pruospecting done in the early days of this field). This claim had been abandoned for years prior to Mr. Wakeiebld taking it up quite recently. Mr. Shepherd I.-' still raising and crushing with his hand power battery very g'od stone. A cake of gold weighing g ia. 9.lwt was obtained last week from a small quantity of stoane. Mr. tershaw is getting some nice sp.cimrol atene from a reef in Clancy's old claim. The shaft he Is working in was one of the first shafts sank on this field. Mr. J. Gallagher's surface show close to the D...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

FUERNI?'URl M?WN -'Y COUNTR .Y RESIDE.NTS I ,?. wI.N . 03T SUITE. l n lk O tsa'pel try aul. lulsh, compris We c'v a:lt.'u. "n., r 1 i y. . 'r.;- f >.11 ;in- Settee, l'air of Arm Chairs, two t;e t h..." u a Y rc , : , , tatI i. .1 sw 1 Chsi", mtll two Occasional tlhe ua:,, qUiA . (. eht ? hl?r d. ic ,litir. '-"lTut )te-mantel, Bevel S~ ? r ,I I lid Ootagun Centre Table, Slri.h C('4 er i,,toaot, and Side abl. ............................. 8 8/ '_ ! DINING 1ROO1 SUITE. '? ". ' , I 2. 'wo Eaey Chairs, 6 Carved Back S' ir tr , C v. P- ." Chai-r, and Large Couch, all Springo i l r I v.1 G.I . ) ,uor; Deal eared and Upholstered in Leather. +h- ."- , 1) It?. ..-il . Cihe-t, 13,uol SIDEJI' ARD, with bevel (Ilass ' ..t..ed. B. t)OVIRMABNTEl.and Dininc S atr. ::. , ,itlh ne ,h' 't,~ ? 1 T Ul. ...........................; £10 10/0 C, oA ss Ui-0, .. a `13j, )~ al, S -,~el :ail , rn. i 2 *''i'-v_ _ ick| Cih I ,ir, WVa.la't Col, l ........ £9 90 DctlTrr I 1WFDSTEAD. S !l Size, Pr: K, ITop, Bras...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

Local and General. A case of measles is reported from Bangen dore. Currcumawxon begins shearing on the 14th November. ErrRAORDINARY wheat yields are expected in many portions of Queensland. ALHxADr a rapid growth Is visible in pas turage. OnuwarsonDasos relating to trout Ashing and fishing in general held over till next issue. '- ;Tas no-confidence motion is still being debated in the House of Representatives. Tau lowest tender for alterations to the Mich elago erile range was £101 1/0, being the tender of W. F. Fielding. It is understood that Mr. McCalister, of Bungendore, has disposed of his butchering business to a Mr. J. Sheedy. WrrK the recent rains, according. to press reports, ( the prospect of the wheat harvest throughout the State has considerably improved. Massa. Wooxesa Raos. desire us to draw the attention of our readers to their change of advertisement in this issue. Txa rainfall was lighter at Bungendore on Tuesday night than that of Queanbeyan, only 61 points being re...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Notices. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

Church Notices. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9. ?aaRCH OF ENOLAND.-Queanbeyan 11 a.m and 7.30 p.m.-Rev. W. M. White, Minister. Canberra 11 a.m.; Lanyon 3.80 p.m. Rev. P. G Smith, M.A..'Minister. METHODIST. - Queanbeyan 11 a.m. and 7.30p.m.-Mr. J. Gale ; Wattle Park 11 a.m. -Mr. G. Southwell ; Wattle Park 7 p.m. Mr. J. K. Kilby; Woodfield 3 p.m.-Messre E. Davis, G. Shumack and N. Southwell. Rev. W. Stewart, Minister. PRESBYsrERIA. - Queanbeyan -11 a.m. ". The Adorable Saviour.'r 7.30 p.m. " The Unpardonable Sin." Canberra 3 p.m.;Exposi. tion Service, Thursday 7.80 p.m.--R--ev. J. Fussell, Minister. ROMAN OACnoLIo-Queanbeyan at 8.30 a.m.; Tuggranong at 11 a.m.-Rev. Father Hyland, Priest.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN, L'T Hold AUCTION SALES on all Advertised Dates of SHEEPSKINS, FAT STORE STOCK, HIDES, FAT TO K STATION PROPERTIES, TALLOW, MARSUPIAL SKINS, HAIR, HORNS, BONES, L GRAIN W . ZE. OATS. LEATHER, BARK, which includes Comr Our Consolidated Charge mission, Cost of e C Warehousig, Insu for Selling Wool is 2 . rance while on IShore, Cataloguing, &o., &o. SELLING BROKERS ONLY. IrP'PROMPT RETU RNS, Liberal Advances, Expert Valuations. SEND All consignments of Wool and Produce to SYDNEY, Fat Stock to FLEMINGTON. ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE to Harrison, Jones & Devlin, Ltd., sydney. ADVIOnI TO MOTHERS l-Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting tooth 1 Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of MRs WiNSLOW's SOOTHING SYRoP. It will relieve the poor sufferer im mediately. It is perfectly harmless & pleasant to taste, it produces n.tural, quiet sleep by re lieving the child from pain, and the little ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

Te Callagllan Style-Book Send a POSTAL CARD for the latest CALLAGHAN STYLE-BOOK. It's worth sending for whether you happen to need Boots now or not. When the Style-Book comes to you It's just like your stepping in at the Callaghan hop to see what's newest and best. The photographs are absolutely true. TheCALLAG OAN BOOT is for all sorlts od conditions of men and women, but more especially those who must have a Boot which gives absolute comfort to the feet as well as style. CALLAGHAN BOOTS AND SHOES are designed to be, when first put on, a home for the feet-not to inflict breaking-in pain. The long wear and cornfort and good style of CALLAGHAN BOOTS makes them a thrifty purchase. Write tfr our Style-Book. Mailed FREE. The Style-Book is the complete up-to-date medlum for getting the latest style and finish in comfortable Boots and Shoes You will nere regret sending us a postal eard asking lr our e tyl-al?QeL Model No. 0 Poet Pa?d, 17/6. "I sm thorou hly pleaed with the lootae they are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. I In Advance, (Town) 2a 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2e Gd ,, ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. -o B3 THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. TWO FAMOUS REMEDIES. DR. SOUTHAI'S GOUT & RHEUMATIC PILLS Are a safe and effective Cure for Gout, Rheuma tism, Rheumatic Gout, Sciatica, Tic Doloreaux and Rheumatic Pains in the Head and Face. They are quick in their action and wonderful in effect. These Pillse ea sam n bottle met sI-, $1s l, pest *a. ROSE'S CELEBRATED EYE LOTION Known throughout Australasia as a safe and complete Remedy for all EYE Complaints. celd by all Ohemlete and Srekeelpe.lra Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers H. A. ROSE W CO., Chemists, 531 George St,, Sydney. Correspondence Invited. The only Pharmacy open Day and Night. TwO T'mAsM: L'BILLY' & 'GLDENIA' YOU know "BILLY" TEA of course. Everybody who is anybody, knows "BILLY," it has been the standard drink of Australians for half a century. " BILLY" Is the. King of ...

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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH AR[?] Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

w rift W 10KR" :'r* :g r °*Il' Qnealibeyan Time., EB':gendorao iijror & Captain's Flat Bsiner. FRIDAY, OCVt GER 7, 1904 Txui .? ~rD V?,AT ACCY?.T.-Tho AL:ditor. Gener.l'-. unlai rep rv 1on 'the 1.ubilc accounts pne"sc-tu i.;i :,irit oi plain speking, aed deal ing w 't the trt iness *'f s: oe. agriculturists in rega,' . re.:yayneut. far seed wheat and fodder S upplied te a?eerts that it iL abundan',lv evident et r:,, ,,y far .ers althMLlu benefited by the ,ilt honnt fIst . rveat, " pers?!?ently ignore the hltit io.. o re ay," though under the form of appl? ti" a"p'onmpanying each anpply the real. iienw inildorook to pay the Strte within two snothba t~er Ahe suvceeling harvest the full cost of supplies .-During 1902 3, the value of ,needwbehat e-o. fodder supplied to farmers In distress, under the conditiun mentioned, was £82,014 ; and the repaymei.ts made against this t amosunt ,inring 1903 4, war £44,642, lealing a balance outstanding of '£37,372 on the opera tiona c f the 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Chat with a Monaro Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

A Chat with a Monaro Pioneer. THE other day a well known pioneer of the Monaro district looked in at the " Stock and Station Journal" office, and during a chat gave some very interesting reminiscences of his pioneering days. He arrived in Sydney from the old country in 1856 and with his parents went straight away to the Monaro district, where he has resided ever since. In those days the living was very rough. There were no banks, no schools, no- churches. Payment was made for everything by note-of-hand. The wool was taken to Sydney by bullock team from Cooma to   Sydney, and it was principally disposed of to Mr. Cooper, of the Waterloo Store. The wool was worth then from 23d to 30d. per lb. The teams used to camp near the two hotels known as the " Woolpack " and the " Dog and Duck." The bullocks were belled and hobbled and fre- quently they wandered off into the scrub towards Botany during the night. Next morning the teamasters would collect the bullocks and drive up Br...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XIX—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 October 1904

'1116 Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XIX -cONTliNUED. 'Well, now comes the important part of the communication, what was to prevent all this love o.i both sides outing in a happy marriage ?' ' Oh, mother, you know, you must know that Philip is dreadfolly, poor, aid that he can hardly afford to stop on in his regiment. I felt sure you and father wculd never have let mo marry him, and yet I don't like to give him up 1 I had an idea that if we waited a little while, thipgs might right themselves and I might be able t.o marry him. He has an old aunt who, when she dies, is going to leave him some money, and if I had a little of my own then we could get on all right. I do Lo hate being poor that I have made Philip understand I can never marry him till he can afford to keep me.' ' Have you ,indeed ?' said Lady Trenton, with a slightly veiled sneer. ' Well, if that is really the case there is not much harm e done. A girl very much in love as I almos~t feared you might ho would not g...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 October 1904

WOMEN Tt Ls as good for women as for men. Women often times need a vitalizing tonic. Wolfe s Schnapps has always heen a fine thing for "tired" and $uffcring women. Wol fe' s Schnapps is an old honest all-round tonic* beverage and household remedy. You get nothing but lasting good from its use. ASIt FOR WoIfe's Schnapps and TAKE NOTHING ELSE. TO STAND 'HIIS SEASON AT GI0DGENBY THE 1HOIROLGIIIiRED STALLION a I.1El Za1cS)OMW. (A beautiful rich brown horse, standing 1.) hands high, foaled Noveember, 1897. Half-brother to Air Motor's dam., Sir Hercules Can-pPe Yattendon Paraguay Cassandra rove ___Alla Grey The Baron Lady Horton, imp. PocahIonts 1 3Touch - and- Totone go The Marib'ro Flsherman Rose d'Florenoe Ilsmlet (Vb.110.and A.J.C. St. oliel Ledger. cesof Den. Stookwell ugark Marchioness F tzrolando Touchstone Atherstone Lady Harriet M Whirlpool, Imp Scutari Midis Iarinella TERMS-Single mare £2 10s. Reduction for two or more the property of same owner, All marosto be paid for and remo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. MICA WBER'S DESCENDANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 October 1904

* MR. MIOAWBER'S DESCENDANTS. No nineteenth century personage has bequeathed a more numerous progeny to the twentieth cen tury than Mr. Wilkive Micawber, tha man who t was always ";waiting for something to turn up." I. As with the progenitor, sn with the progeny I they turn up nothing themselves, but wait for I something to turn up. Theirs is a career of a patience. They live upon hope and die fasting. Mr. Ceo 1 Rhodes was'in no way related to the Mioawber family. Be went to South Africa to a make his fortune, and not being content to wait until something turned up, turned up something , himself, and a very good turn up it was, viz , - ditmonds. When Mr. Rhodes left England to f to seek his fortune he had youth on his side, but not good health. How he succeeded in win"ing good health and an immense fortune all the world knows. But note that the good health came Brat. That is the natural, the inevitable ' order : health'flret, and wealth second, third, 7 fourth, perhaps opt at all-bu...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 October 1904

GOLF. This popular game, introduced by Mr. F.J.L, Dunlop, has caught on wonderfully and has evi dently come to stay if one can judge by the number of enthusiasts who daily put an an ap. pearance at the links for practice. A olub has been organised with the following offioe-bearers: -Hon. secretary and treasurer, Mr. Dunlop ; handicapper, Mr. Dunlop; committee, Meo. dames W. M. White, Garraway and Dunlop, and Messrs. Anderson, Stewart, and Garraway. A bogey match played on the links on Satur day last was won by Mr. A. iH. Garraway, who returned an " all even" card. Fol'owing are the handicaps for the bogey and stroke competitions for trophies to be played during this month for the best card returned in either competition : Stroke Bogey PF.J..L. Dunlop scratch 11 F. A. Campbell 6 22 `W:. Gare Boyd - 9 24 A. H. Garraway 9 24 . "0. Campbell 12 30 E. G. Crace 12 30 L. M bell 15 34 A. T. F. Stewart 15 34 E B. Hudson 25 . 40 C. U. O'Hanlon 25 40 R. J. Anderson 30 40

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 October 1904

Pastures Protection' Board. A aruerro of the above board was held at the Court Hoase yesterday morning. There were present : Messrs F. Rutledge (chairman), James McCarthy, R. Moore, J. Cunningham N. Powell, J. M. McIntosh, and the secretary (Mr. H. J. Dixie). The correspondence was very voluminous, most being of a formal nature, and requiring no consideration. Among that of any import. ance was a letter f From Mr. Winchoombe, M.L A., bringing be. fore the notice of this Board the fact of his having given notice of his intention to move a I motion in the Legislative Assembly for the amount of taxes received from the Dogs Registration Act (£14.000) to be placed at the disposal of the Pastures Protection Boards for t the destruction of native dogs, and seeking information regarding this menace in the Qoeanbeyan district, which the seoretary was instructed to supply forthwith. A communication from the Couneil of Advice I in reply to a question asked by the Carcoar . Board stated that ra...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 October 1904

RIFLE SHOOTING. Ar Saturday'. shooting P. G. Naylor won the first prize of 7a and J. Woodger the second prise of 3e. The soores are: Shootars G0yds TOeyde Hand. Total P. Naylor 30 30 10 70 J. Woodger 23 24 13 60 J. Beatty 21 28 7 66 R. Thompson 23 18 15 56 Pres. Rungerford 28 26 so 54 A. Fallioc 24 , 18 12 54 E. O. Moore 21 19. 19 59 Seao. Lesruond 18 21 12 51 H. Beatty 26 10 6 42 R. Moore 17 ,0 . 14 41 E. Gibbs 15 10 15 40 H. Land 15 12 12 39 J. Feagan 16 16 6 38. O'Hanlon 17 0 20 37 A. Gibbs 6 7 24 37

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAULFIELD CUP. FINAL ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 October 1904

OAULFLELD CUP. zINAL A0o01TAnaus. at lb . at lb Emir ........... 9 4 Bright Beauty... 7 7 Sweet Nell ...... 8 13 Acrasia............ 7 7 Glpdaom ..&.... ' 13 Elo .......... 7 Fits-Grafton ... 8 13 Ruenalf II. .. i. 7 5 Gorzbat . .. *8 10 Billall . 7 5 Sojourner,,,.,, 4 7 Dumont ......... 7 5 Patronage ...'' 8 7 Demas ...........7 4 -Wingsroo . 8 6 Ohaseepaot ...., 7. Macdonovan ... 8. 3 Lord Ullin's - Antilles......... 8 3 'Daughter ...... 7 1 Fairy States.... 8 0 Tarcan :........... 7 1 Ohere Amie...... 8 0 Ossian ........... 6 13 r. Bewitcher .......7 12 .Murmur ......... 6.12 Avalon. ......... 7 10 Ganyniedes ...... 6 12 Oherson......... .7 10 Ballark ..........6 1. Highflyer ..:..7 .-'9 Barr..............6 .. Falkirk ..:-... 7 9 Langwarrio .....: 6 9 As AUSrRALIAN Laom.-It would almost appear from a glance at a recent copy of a Natal newspaper that Mrs. Martel was being taken seriously in that country. The lady will be remembered hgre ay l1aying been a candidate Atr the ...

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