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Casterton Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

UCasterton Hospital. The June meeting of commitee :as held at the Mechanics' on Friday last, the President, Mr A. E. Smith, in the chair, and pres ent also, Messrs W. D. Davis, J. E. Down, .1. A. Edmonston, E. F. Hughes, J. Jeffreys, W. Nicholls, J. E. O'Neill, 11. Rotchford, and L. H. Slade. Apology for absence was received from Mr G. K. Veitch. On letter asking that the writer be considered an applicant for position of probationer when there is a vacancy, it was agreed on motion of Messrs Hughes and Jeffreys, that the writer be asked to apply again, whenever a vano anlcy occurs. when applications to fill the nosition will be invited. " Mr T. H. Jeffreys, Casterton, wrote: "Just a few lines, thank ing the nurses and doctor of the Casterton Hospital during my sickness. While I was there, I was well pleased with the way in which I was treated. I was not neglected once, and if ever I get sick again, I shall wish to go there, as it is a grand place, and I shall give it a good -name. :I...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

` - - _ Tolcet the TIMOB. -I11m now putttiet np m7l FralunOI . 0 .1tLJLLDM Coughs Authma, and B uonchitt. Unto (wortha Uhitaimnt IM(udi I)rnilfRI Guinea a bottle) In t tttie. 1. Z.. auId :10, por bottle )) Cautorton. COJCHS F r Whidren'a H.«Lki ; Cough at Night. tWood.* Great P.'r'"",i-mint Carr, 1I6. O NNINGTONSI IRISH ROSS C OONSTIPATION. Constipation is the root of the majority of complaints. The only true remedy for Habitual Constipation and .the many ills dependent on a weak and inactive condition of the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels is California SSyrup o Figs It is pleasant to the taste and prompt, gentle and thorough in action. Doctors everywhere recommend it because it strengthens the organs, whilst at the same time thoroughly but gently cleansing the system. Hill, LONDON. 7 ? +eck 'tOl. SYDNEY. IF.WOMEN ONLY KNEW. The way to be well is to keep the kidneys well. Whnt a lot of backache there is among women. And little wonlder. A wonman' work. and care, and ,worry are onough to. ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLIFTON HILL v MERINO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

CLIFTON HTILL v M TERTN) 'I'io follonwig ig the rarm n ke'led to rt'presenl Clifton Lill on W 'edonenv in the above minteb:-Gil , aibd, :fuh Ici-, Richanrkson, OMearo. Clode, No. worki. itiwell, Tote, Co;;rie IPotterson, Iforth.; Owen;) Emnergenies : Gilt. fenny, weldh.

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Association Matches DIGBY v MERINO. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

A.4KdctlntohI Mateches DtC TG y MIR NO. Withi thIIe biggeSl c'rowd of sjwctators or the ocoqlt in atttmidotiee. teooio repro. sruting thooo ulhu tncht t. Mlorino on Satnurday when the gml e an e one of the moast Jkeenly contested :that has beent played at Merino for niany years. Up to within a minitite of time, :Merio led by..the inarrow 'margin of one point. .Jnst in tile nick of time, however, Digby got home with n'goal, and thus won tby 5 points. I First Quarter.-Plny twas very even for some. time .after the start,, until. Digby from a free kick passed to Taylor in front of goal anid tie two Ilngs wrere raised " for Digby, the inuarter -siores being, Digby-l.l1 AferinoO.0. " Second Qouarter.-Plly was very Iflt ndl . even: for some' tilie iuntil ligly,. after a bit of clever passing, liised tip by landiig the hall in the safe arms of Miltne, close inl, nid it goal snii'the resilt. Shortly after, a violent eollision tonk pllice betweeni two lri'ililt plinyeri, whlic stoppled 'tlhib...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. Melbourne Matches. [BY WIRE.] Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

11.I Iutna+ a.Il' tIhalnlny I1 i\llninrjie Sanerdn 3 \ftileht lyd 1011et8 MeiliniariiH 14.9 lint' livgtr4ty 16 " (h'elnng 911 bennt Canond3.15. 1 Cnlllngwoodt 11.12" hnnt 1 geonidon 9.9. Sunth Melbourne 7.12 bout llichmou Fitrnoy 10.18 bent. 9t. KIldno7.ti, 7 A'iAOtl:ATIOC. Toart Nt~olbmirn'anini6 thia 'tNorth : ldt. ~bo nI1' I. Wihllnmmeown 8; bent Iirtgliton 7.8 llrtutowlnk 11.8 bent hIenettdnit1 714. .Prahrnn 19.12--bnt Fontnrrny 9.It bortitnote 12.5 bent tlnwittorn 11.9_

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1914. Glenelg Election. Liberal, or Labor. Question for Electors. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

Printed MONDAY & THIURRDAY EVENING8 I MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1914. , Qlenelg Election. Liberal, or Labor. S Question for Electors. Tan announcement that Mr Charles Warburton Saunders Paramor, Caster ton, has been selected as Labor candi. date for Glenelg, to oppose the sitting member, Mr If. J. M. Campbell, M.L.A., is indication that the party light for seats in thle Victorian" Legislative As. sembly is near at hand. The contest inthia case must be as between diverse political principles-measures, not men. It is therefore quite unnecessary todis. enss the question of lMr Paramor's per sonal fitness as a candidate for Parlia mentary honors, of which he modestly suggested in his short address, that he himself had some doubt. We all know him personally as as estimable citizen, who in private life has earned the re. spect of his neighbours and fellow ettizens, It it permissable, however, to point oat with regard to the respective candidates that, apart from the political views they res...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Adelaide Races. [BY WIRE.] MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

ms- I'1I(IE 4 t, N M}T lICHOUN }s,, Sn nIrdti3 ''ii inzr \\'Veltrn -Wfl'ltdon .1 'dtli. ollihI'2.t A yprit-i :1. V A, 'I s 111. Old Conirse rI':u?-Aldjiruihli Bol I, Iylvil "_'; sd3 l'jisln:1 Dirs. II L.sn 1111103' ('inI -O rvit I1. Ilnmbliirg IBell, ; Frinarl'trreit 3. Ire. 11. 'Ian G.ang I niwni' l 9iuiaen l'iri Irior 1, Arise E;}nsterni Sepn 3 Norwood II oiidie: ji --- nrl B1ent I, I Woernin 2,ljinhIjlile t.t

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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The Senate. A Misleading Argument. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

The Senate. A Misleadlng Argumllent. The attitude of Labor members of the Federal Parliament with regard to the double dissslntion is distinctly amusing, though as distinctly mischievous, be. canae it may mislead electors, who do not fully consider the situation. These Labor members argue, as mentioned in our wire to-day, that if thle electors en. dorse the action of the Liberal Govern. ment, they will be sanctioning the de. struction of the Senate. This is, of course, utter nonsense. The Senate stands in the Constitution, as a chamber to protect State rights, and, in the in. terests of the people of Australian. to cheek, hasty and ill-considered legisla. tion. The House of Representatives is, however, the People's House, endowed with the power of the purse, and the right to formulate a polIey of legislation and administration for the benefit of the people. When the Senate, as it has done recently, takes np the attitude that it may override the will of the people, and take cammand o...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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SPORTING. Flemington Races. V.R.C. Birthday Meeting. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

,-SPO1TI'ING. Flemuington ,Races. V.R,C. Hfirth?lay Meethig. [REL1IOTIHlNE, Saitrday. York Ifrirdlh lace.-Sir Pritin'(Inrn), 09.5. 1; liereiqine, 9.7, 2; Mc.\lpin. 12.1,:1. 9 starters. Iletting: to 2 Eltie Kirk, 'l's winnIerI Won -hy 'to leingths tiime in ... . Iltout Clubs' ip.-Anllnr rinn (h1igh 'i), 11.1 17 I: Shl etroker. ., "! : Itigh lIegree, I1.5, :13. Polly kirk nd All 11rag fell. slarters. Ilettingl Evens' ;sinner. 'Pon by I1 lengthw: tiue 5.27ji?. - Rloyal Il[ndiclap.-Golden Wire (Tish-l er), 8.7;.1; l Dhuldhuc l 3.ll. I2 TEl I.ro, 7.7, :I.; 1 starters. IBetting : to 2. 'ton by Ihalf an head; ltime 1.15. SIfopetonon Steeplehanse.-Thle titeor (Rlobertson), 10.10, 1 ; Southerly, 9.0, 2; Tergni, 9.0, .1 0 dunliers. ettling: 2's Fosterton, 7 ' winrier. . Vou by two lengths; time 1.17.1 . ltartletr fell. Snndringhnin lindieap.-Sylmanniore (Redfern), 8.2 (inchuling 7 Is pennalty). I p;Allanford, 1,7, 2 ;tleert? 8.12,:1 3. 10 sotantlers letting:. 7 to4 Meeruit, i's winner. 'Won i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

Teraet the YtI~s.-1 s u.w re law ap my Fm .)rel lt. (3 .UIU .LKl11 4otu Anthris, and Iiennobitl Cur (worth w1 beguist mud DraaKctet domes a bottle) to uottles. Ia. Re, and ON per bottle Uagtertou. LAXO.TONIO PILLS Aro a safe and certain remedy for Bil. iouslees, Constipation, Liver Troubles, Inlatulence, Anmemia, etc. - ..I.. ". -, - ,?., REXONA. The {ýpld ;'Heelu , i0, nn Ointmenit rbtcb Leli wiltb remmrltbl. rapidity. 17.11k. ibg oid.f hloa.4 ointment,. whioh " YIWI.la, wn their otion, ed5dgg emote Its ou000 aftr e v apf Utiorae. Bold in trian uuikr pt. it dand 3/ nradonhGreat Peppermint OCre,'. Fonr Coughs and Coldse, never fallR;· 110. . OU -CANNOT F' 0Ir f001)O Whoie, i nr-digesti i is i out of order. . DR. etIEI fiN'S DOElSTIVE -TAHULES fligoMt what you . ýO, rhureoyh-curintuthe entiNý'nC hyour intueetIunr . Prkoe. 1/0 .ye-Strit in. The effects of eye-strain are far-roach tig atd destructive to mental and phyIlcal developlment. The strain Inever ceaoes during waking hours. The...

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Almshouses. The Carmichael Bequest. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

Almshi onse. T'rIlu U?jitra ciitl I le'll.st. TUndler thc will of IIhe Inle t?l OCar. mielinel the slim n(C £000 wans rlft nAllbo 21) yenros Rgo' fr elrrlion of ,.slmshnloes in thl' CQns(crton- Iospitnl-groillndu, the said almsllolluses to Le under conl'rol of .the lospital Comniiitie. 'This ~lni tihns eeon increased throlgh interest. necllnl. lation tinr between £000 ·l a £1,000 Ipoudt'ls,.?llhich' nlr iow at distposal of tiLe lospitn ICommittee for rerection and furinishingi of thle sulggested thiiildings. For some ti l? plst, ithe Coommittee hIln heen eonisilderinllgRthei best neans of utIilsing tlhis money, alnd ot Ilhe loln nmeeting on Frilday, it was nrrniged thtllt lie suelloinmllnittl e to n?wllllh this business had leel i entllrllsted (inilluing the Presi. denllt-A[r . A. .'Smlitl--M?ssrs ,1. F. I)own, T. JeTfreys. ,. A. Silrest?le, and G. K. Veiteli), be ulllthloriedll to engage Mir Vilson, Melrllbourne orehileel, iex plain whint, is reqllired, annd get )liiim iI prepare p...

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Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

Merino. Oar railway stationmastar, Mr S. F. .Walters, has received notice of transfer on promotion, and to hold himself in readiness for the move. Mr Walters has been station maste'r at Merino for about three and a half years. lie has been very popular with the public; and is, itis understood. regarded'in the ?d-. partment as a thoroughly capable officer. Mrn E. Hnssen, who has been sutffer ing for some time from an internall cont. plaint. has been so low lately as to cause bis relatives and friends much anxiety. He is at present laid up at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr James Anderson. Merino. The old football ground in Mr Sil. rester's paddock, where so many friend ly and exciting matches have been played in the past, may be set down as" gone for ever, as far as fonthall is concerned, as the.poits of a telephone line now stand across it at right angle.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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LATEST NEWS. Melbourne. This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

LATESTi NEWS. - Melliiirne. This's ln. Inorree'st.--Frost nnd : fog.: i. , rniiy morning. fur'nll ril 1d Produce larkrekol;r\1i clh :il 1 l,lni d (millnlg) .1n.,; mhnll tn io.l/, he ito In1i/, hnrlej.?(P'iltii)./' / +f i rip) :/:?S. _ tI i edr lrchlishl',.i . sni ' oL , i lsnte_ l i le ilny thnLt Romnin Cntholi?s .i11 ill disrygnid pnrt3 litlins a thel Stole, elections alnd vote: obidy for tinlidldater?"lWh. furor i soparlte grnnt for. Cnltlolic sollool. - A ,iAlrderer took refuge in i lhireh sleeple'nl Iludln-Pesnt,nnd for three days dofended:liniself ngninst the polier with n Browning revolver. '. 'hroe police of. fleers ??ere kille'd nndl:ll nol wounded. Evenlt~inlly :ihe mu nlnrderer? glue nimnelf Ip wheln ppenled toIny 3, priest. Coinim~isoio er M'Ki, omint?y General Booll 'to Cninda to:take 'p Snilrllion Armny"lffnirs, asn thie St L:awlsnellre dis. nstlr wans'n eriticimnl' frn llm lrrvenr, iid thant lie Ariyn i'illendenvour to ilnl onut faults iwhih enused I he . ivine rebuke....

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Tront for the Glenelg. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

''rTiiit for the (filenaig... ,Mr il: S. lfayes, Hon: Secretary Cas tertoi.\Angling Society, is in receipt of 'cnnnmuilicntioii fronm Mlr .1, M.; Semmen,. Chief Thspector of Fisheries, with -inti nlition that 1000-yearling troutn will he sFnt fran Bnllnrat on Mtonday? next, Junoi l, tI. Castermton for liberratin in the Gl hnelg rii?r. Mr. Sr enemns inti imotes li atn Ie tslih will lie sent', in charge of two'inlspeetri, iin'.lnmt 30 cans, and that' thi Sociely :will h-e- expected' ti arrange, feed of cost to the del artntmlmt. for conveyanieof the can, to thie variou' points on the river ?'lhere iis proposed to liberate ?t Ili.oy trnot.. :I a Far. cular wlhich is eijlosed witlh' iir rSmili imons' letter.'it ispniiin'tled iii' tllint' tiii fish, whicli are stipplied free felchairge by the' department, are of estimated mine of tid eiclh, pllus inst of cnrriage. so th.it It is? lesirahli core shonuld tie taken ii ordei Iint, as few. as ipnsnihle ?any hIe lost in transit fsra? the hatch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

A Sign of Quality :---A.O.B. MALEE BROS. ' There's None of the Spider & Fly _ / Business about Us Iase. non . of the "sanylo-to-gotyb -a" peO j it n, adi thier's none of the "Jolly-gld.ato-getout" feellng with you. No I ea0s you come In you're sorry to so out and leave so many othe] gooed thles* bobhid you. And thor's. always smo tblhag frshr are than tie freshoet olowherr. And or proseot figures r. a enaplo Io all ia the "Art of LOW Prslla I r Y n'II Y liiy talk Iabout othflier Mtoler Cycles, You mu y aigue from 1 turni g tillNight, BUT thorn'n NO BEITER Motor ((yclo than Malee Bros' Special. Three and a Half H.P. NOTE Mr THarold Jackson's overland ride to Central Queens land from Caaterton, on this particular make ot Motor Cycle. .This long ride has brought out to view the good qualities in the building and construction of the Malee Bros' 'SPECIAL Motor, which speaks volumes for Motor and Rider. Agents for ROVER, PREMITER, and other makes of Motors. SMlee Bros' SPECIAL Mot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

Orplnt Line 'of al Maill Steamers. For London, via Adelaide, Fremantle (WiA), Colombo (for India), Egypt, Naplie,"Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. Leoave L,?e imar. Ton., . etlboeur. Alehddc. Otwey 12.077 June 10 June 12 Otranto 12,124 June 24 June 26 Ost.rley 12,120 July 8 July 10 Orama 12,928 July 22 July 24 And fornigbhtly thereafter. The Steamers of the Orient Line are fitted with all modern and up-to-date ap pliSace. for the safety and comfort of S-g...-Paaasngenra are carried in .acommodatioin - aroome,-dining roms, .-dock acomm ation, anid ouiline a specialty. Round-the-World Rates, via Canada, United Utates, Japan or South Africa, quoted on application. Plau ure or business trips on the coast (to Fremantle, Adelaide, Sydney, or Bris be an).quqtd on application. The'Local Agent will supply circulars or fuArtibr infornation on application. Paae from any port may be prepaid 'D. L. DOWDELL, Branch Manager, 312 Collins Street, Melbourne. Local Agelrts YOUNG BROS.. C(iaatertou. Po...

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A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

A.N.A. At a meeting of committee of the Casterton branch held on Thutrsday night last, thesyllabus for " the ensning six months was drafted for presentation at the next branch meeting. The draft syllabus runs as followns-July 14, Shooting end rope quoits competition.; 28, paper by Senr. Const. Kane; August 11, Indoor sports; 28, Quarter. ly meeting; September 8, Smoking competition; 20. Impromptu speaking; Nov. 3, Nomination of olcers ; 17, Election of offilcers; Dee. 1, five minutes ns President; 15, Young Australian's night ; 29, open.

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Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

Omas8ortn Court of Potty Sessiots. : It r Oster of Justices."' June l--Messers Hughes and Somuer villa. June 18-Mesere Holmes and Rose. June 25-Messrs Murrell and Vetoch, 'July 2-Mesear Smith, Hughes'aund Jackson. - July . 9-Mossre Rose, Davies and Ittle. July 16-Meeare Somerville. Murrell, and Voeitobh. July23.-Mesasr Holmes, Miller and Hughes. Jnly 30-Mensrsa Hughes, Smitll and Carmichael.

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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

SV1iledictory. fr . R.1 Cooper, who has beeni for some time associated with tho staff of theoNational Banlk at Casterton, has heedl transferred on promotion to the VWestern Collins Street branch of the bank in` Melbourne. During his resid. lencee ii- Casterton, :Mr. Cooper wai acihre as an athlete ini tbnnis, golf, and football, and at a recenlt exnmiontion hal.won lis promotioni to thearank of :tni Lieuteninti iin the Caslerton: Conm. pIny senior cndets. . fe took his depart ure on Saturday morning, ie hut 'was not ollowed to delprt without friendly re cognition of the manly port lie hadiplnv nh as a young eitizen. On Friday iight, lie was entertained .?'t Gfrant's Albiou Ifotel by a niunmber of his friendut, who lireoenled iinm with p ease of piles, and iexpressed regret at, losiing from atnong them t n ainidabhle companlou, . anpnhie ileer of his haInk inil a valuahle maem. her nf.the various :atliefloic associationis? in Casierton.-.r i opr toote ieeknowledged the kind'expressin...

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914

News in Brief. The tncgite attached to tihe Mlbhdurte limited oxpreso broke down l t Uuw;l tog. in New South Wale., on Wed nesday last, and ai relief engine hId to be sent front Harden, which in 35 milUs distant fromt the unoene of the break.'own. he lilmited reahedtl Sydnuoy three huore late. Thue jlnadian PaI fic rltl lwAys Cooll plany in arrnliged Ihat tLu e ttvictim . the Eltllprer. of Ireland dieaeter on.theis St,: Lawret I.:, " uere accorded a pulbliu funeral.' Nellie bl'(rilrath wase tiend.,.el0l at Invercargill (N.Z.) inll Tlhuredy;i'in :do. nuilt two utonthe' titrli?nnen t orfll treatment of her daughtl r, .4j?'. years of age. The child wea au nloss :bf brnleon from head to heel. A doctor who: gave evidence deseribed the case :ane the most shocking hle had een. , For Chronic Chest Cotplai? . Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,. 1/6. Playing against Warwickshire (Eng.), Worcester. in their second innings, scored 136. Field took thle lact six wickets for two runs. Thls Is a record ...

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