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THE CLIMATE OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE CLIMATE OF AUSTRALIA. (TEOX A COBBBPOaSXSTj Among the pipers reed et the Beth meet the BrlUi lug of the British Association relating to Australia was one "On the Constituents of the Atmosphere." bp Mr. Samuel Mbeeman," whose experiences in the various colonies, in cluding New Zealand, extend over sixteen pears. In bis paper he advanced the theory that the atmosphere of the globe does not universally commingle, as entertained hp winds meteorologists, on soooont of the trade and equatorial belt of calms; so that them is a difierence in the volume of its consti tuents for the support of life, canted by the 'Immense disparity of men sad ani mals in the north ana south hemispheres and the carboniferous deposits. In Illus tration of his theorp, he referred to the known laws of atmospheric currents; the geographi cal distribution of winds; the analysis of the constituent elements of the air; the botanical and geological distinctions of the two hemi spheres, and certain special effects ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NATIVE PHEASANT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

1 IHIJ "NATIVE PH&LSA&T. ; (O V& WHTV* 01 TKM ifMMMUM., liwfa* dam. i^'iswl wri tt en by h ooireipondeot «jf ti» i|Vi1iin>tiw^" wti%' ;Qb.:,|lb)ijU||%;4r Smdbvnt), which p»p«r Iim torn «h*Bengsd ; t^jwrre, in you* l*»t Pftt V} V NotrZe*lui4 eotrapoadent (Mr, ChroUh), and Ithink with' mkiywopriety.too-MMud ttb fcfeilly «k th# JW Jtmf. '"idit' iwwWn* W «2^brW^i^S^a»b(»li»h | tuihint Wmjt 1 my dio wutuw, j?erh»j>», i' | to demur to aome oftheetatement* of Mr. Moulden, whiohseemto bebeaedon no better | foundation than the "ttadiiions" of the blaoks^-not the most reliable authorities, I tnsy add, 'on sutjjaefi of baturel history, I may be permitted to premise tbe following remarks on thsautyeot by adding, that moat of tbe reliable portions of Mr. Moulden'e piper bare already appeared in print eight years ago, among a aeriea of papen on natural history mitten' for and published in the Bendiijo Adcertieer. Of oouree, tbia alluaion is made in no captiouisptrit,...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PARROTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

PARROTS. TO THE SDITOB OF THE AVSTSjUUSUN. Sir,—Tkt Amtralaaa*, like ita prodeoessor Tie I'eomon, it a strenuous advocate for the preservation of natire birde. May I cmre a email comer in one of your columns, not ae their advocate bat aa the enemy of at leaet one tribe ot them f I ask this in the hope of eliciting from some one of Ae numerous leaders of your paper some hint whioh may aid me in their destruction. If there is one of Ae native birds of Australia whose whole aim and object aeems" to be " evil and only evil continually," it is the parrot On A is northern coast of Tasmania, in the vicinity of extensive forests, Aey have ever been a ouree to Ae farmer t this year is an exceptional one, and Ae cnrse amounts to a serious visitation. My bouse is situated in the middle of an orchard of about seven acres of fruit trees j Ae parrots first attacked Ae gooseberries; a few days, I may my a fevr hours, sufficed to strip the whole. One or two bushes were spread over wi A a net which ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE BREEDING OF HORSES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

CORRESPONDENCE. tfflS BBEED1NG OF HOBSBS.' iw*%t vaim oymumimmnur. , Sir,—Jf my nw <y«?mw>oed fiurmiog, :«r *oy toib like oeeopntfen, endnt-tbeend of ihreeyww, e^y, foowd ttet the *rtiel« be ndeei poatUmtwebty-fireper <*at. nwretopro daoe than it would bring la the mukovj wilinMWerhe would Mmn gtro uji doiiig (tod'-hy Kii monqy *nd tyoeto otrtnothfoj etoe.Bow b it/then, weendpeoplebreed. fngboneryeer «fter yew which they eellnt half theooet of biwedh^ tiiem^ ' tVom toiiiy yenn1 Biiwrny to n» a howwill veU.&Uen * bullock Wfted ten ehetoj tiptoe temeewiB m the btoie eCVff wVwwW': .. betwetonetorttalloekettd bt«Be b *V>«i : eoL,u>d tt turnedinto mfti• then, m have the eoetto a feeding eaeh bow bebrtagt to mwkeVwy U three yetn old (many we Are aad;tU yob* ^)--th»e yeew' .to*'* tfdll #710e.j one jrearfbr tbe man, £t Ul«,i| ' teDL SsiOe. to teio jserbted.VWetonto jtit Hie A»t eoet of mere and eiw, betM ~ wM&ttottld commend » high tab or tatet...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YEOMAN MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

I YEOMAN MISCELLANY. Sa« or oatatm Won «' Bwrmoo.— l le hoHbigof wrtoAlM!-^MlM''«r:<nloDU i « a «» pred^nr^oaigo «d though tome nillBeiiHTtoejtoV., •tflrrt in tUrtingtricii Mla,ibe^i*lilti* doubt lie ttS «• Domit.ri— i'ilS ^!®8i3BKP fa^ eortt, ^ Itti*' dwtwjtiioe L™. __,, »fe»» ay.tfryiiwiont to aSSSSesa#***-1 S$*pi pbtBu •odtheUd," ^•oenug *«w4Sbt. I"* SM" tejjSP? ua womms These Hiqh brought St. 91 per gallon Others were dirpoeedof for f~" 4s.8d,, 4a. 9d,, and St. per gallon. The Mutoat reellied 61. end St. 61 per gallon In quarter-oaski. The at tendance of boyere wit not very numerous, and wai oonfined chiefly to the publicans, though teratal Bondigo jentlemen purchased for their print® uae. . Alter the tale had con tinued for tome tune it wat a topped, at the pricei realiaed were not considered equal to the value of the winea. The remaining stock" waa open for private sale. In the room were bottled eamplea of Mr. Bruhn'a wines, from the Emu Creek vineyards. Had the eal...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRIAL OF REAPING MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

TRIAL OF REAPING MACHINES. (FBOlf THE VYEETOE OBSESTXB.) Die trial of reaping machinea exhibited at i the recent agricultural ehow took plane on Tuesday, Dec. SO, in the 27 acre paddook on Sir. John Palmer's farm. The day aras nil that ooold be deond for the occasion—beauti fully clear, with a fine bracing wind blowing. There acre only, three maohinea entered, die others, Hewn. Hutchinson and Grant, notj putting in an appearance. The judges for the occasion aren Ifems. M*Grane, IDOneer, end ] garage. The amount set down for each w»» i taro sere, and n knowledge that hut rear the - work to performed in a rery short apaae of time, made them mom anxious to do all that could be done, not only to srin the priiaa, but aleoto edipae last year'a petfoemaaee. The entries were— Hutchinson and Walker, ante James Elder, dtbrer, and Thomu Sandltwd, tfiter.' ; Sir. Hoodie, with Darid Palmer, drirer, and Hugh Hoodie, kilter. Sir. Henderson, ante James Foster, driver, i and Sobert Stewart, titter. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEAT CURING. (FROM THE WEEKLY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

MEAT CUll IN(1. (fbou thb webki.t kkws.) Amongst the cvervdny affaire of common occurrence which take place before our faces, end almost pus unnoticed, is tbe curing of meat in order to prerent it from fermenting and decomposing. Yet iiow many other com mon events pass tinder our hands, the why and .wherefore of which see subjects of as little inquiry m the manipulations aud process of preserving meat. livery book on domestic cookery contains several recipes; nay, maga rides, newspapers, abound in recipes of all kinda for effecting this desired purpose. Yet how much do we sec bad, how much useless, how much a dead loss! The greater part is too salt; and the evil of saltpetre, so injurious to the meat, so detriments! to health, aggra vates the mischief. How little in realitv do the bulk of mankind know—how much do they pretend to know! Of ail the early risers who light their morning tires, how many understand or think about the theory of com bustion f Tlioy believe that by tire appli...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VEOMAN'S PAGE. RACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE YEOMAN'S PAGE. HACKS. It would have been more correct to giro precedence to backs, in tbe generic eense of tbe term, tban to introduce cobs and galloways first, for the word " hack" not only includes these, but is really a most comprehensive one besides, ranging from tbe fast-trotting butcher's horse, with orvrithoul breeding, to the thorough bred cover hack, a hunter in miniature, nnd himself no menn performer across country, with n suitable weight on his back. Every saddle horse not too large is a hack, there being scarcely any limit in the application of the term, except that he should be rather small and decidedly' hardy, compact, and capable of enduriug bard work and rough treatment, as the word implies. Excepting hunters, showy town horses, and chargers, for which there is such a limited use here, and ladies' pads, which are more in demand, all Australian saddle horses are hacks, aad the very perfection of hacks they ■used to be before they wcTe so widely improved, as somo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. (rBOK TBS . A. RIGISTKE, DEC. 16.) It most be admitted that toe news from the northern settlement is very unsatisfac tory. The party Is thoroughly disorganised. The principal officers ate at hue with the Government Resident, and he has substan tially confessed that his role over them for ell usefhl purposes is at an end. Though the expedition has been some months on the Adelaide River, absolutely nothing has been done towards the tutvey of the land or the settlement of the country. This is cer tainly a serious matter, which demands the attention of the Government. It seems strange that'Mr. Finalss should have allowed his subordinates to live in com parative idleness for so many months, when work was to be done. It would certainly epptat to be his business to find them employ ment. He is a man of the world, and has had considerable experience, and be ought to have known that nothing would be more likely to disorganise bis company, to make them quernlous and di...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK. Wednesdat, Die. 28. There have been no changes of any conse- j quence to the produce market. The amount of business transacted has been of course small; but, so short are the stocks of flour on band, that several parcels had to be pur chaseid for present use. Prices remain on- j changed; and wheat from South Australia is j not yet coming forward in sufficient quan tity to allow of any opinion being formed as to bow pitcss are likely to rale, either there or here. The South Australian farmers are tending comparatively little wheat Into market yet, and set in to be bent on keep ing up prioes if they can. New oats are coming forward rather more freely, bnt horse corn generally continues doll of sale. There has been no excess of bay as yet over and above the quantity required, so that prioes remain unaltered. No suitable piece of wheat near enough to town has yet been offered to the committee of the Port Philip Society, so that no arrangement has yet bee...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON DAIRY FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

ON DAIRY FARMING. Artificial summer and early autsmu feed is necessary to continoe cows in fall milk, and in winter, mangolds and carrots are of great value to supplement the meagre growth of the pasture grasses in cold and stormy weather. The greater the length of time man golds are kept after being pulled the more they are reliebed by stock, and acquire a ripeness and mellowness of flavour similar to a late-keeping pear or apple, which arrives at maturity perhaps three or six mouths after being taken from the tree. The various green crops, as maise, mHldfc soighnm lucerne, perennial red clover, prairie grass' and chicory, supply everything that can be desired for securing a proficiency of fodder in spring and summer. Mangolds and carrots have been proved by various practical agri culturists and dairymep, both here and at home, to produce the greatest quantity and best quality of milk. Now, it should be borne iu mind by dairymen, that each resnlta are not at all fortoitious, bat we...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIVER NAVIGATION (FROM THE RIVERINE HERALD, DEC. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

RIVER NAVIGATION (nox tbi iiTEEnnt hibild, bio. 17.) Thirteen veers ago the Government of South Australia offered a bonus of £4,000 to anyone nlio would place two iron steamers on tho Murray. They had been brought to see the greet advantages tint would accrue from baring the river navigated i but they were apprehen sive that it could not be ascended higher than the junction of the Darling, and they undertook to pay the sum of £2,000each for two steamers to reach that point. From the evidence given by Captain Francis Cedcll before a select committee of the legislative Assembly of New South Wales, in November, 1857, it appeal* that it was required that the steamers should be constructed of iron, as it was thought ad visable to have that description of vessel on account of their strength and lightness. There was very great difficulty inbnUdingeven wooden vessels in the colony at the time, and iron ones werewholly unprocurable. The Lady Augusta, a wooden boat, was built by Captain Cadel...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE YIELD OF GOLD. (FROM THE [?] DEC. 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

SPIRIT SF THE PRESS. THE YIELD OF GOLD. (raoK sm aMdi. ®w. 20.) At • wMon Trfw stw*-WBag w going on on allhWde/it may be awful to over the experiences of the year m regards ana of the largest in terest* in the colony, that of mining. It is not unsatisfactory to find, at the outset, that though the laws which regu late the ■<*»'"■ of the gold-fields are still in a somewhat chaotic state, and though the qneetion of mining on private property still remains nndealt with by Parliament, the business of mining goea on tt briskly ae if no «nwli thing as a grievanoe existed. We ventured to state, twelve mnntli. ago, that the time seemed to hare arrived when mining had loet its nomadic character, and when—as a con sequence of the steady labour applied, through the help of capital, in systematic mining—the yield of gold for the future might be expected to maintain an annual avenge yield equal to that of 1863. The escort returns, of course, are no longer of any service in helping the...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTIONS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (FROM THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD0 DEC. 19.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE ELECTIONS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (TOOK TUB 8TDKBT MOBKIBa HBEiXD, BBC. 19.) At the last general election the popular cry wat free selection. At the present elec tion, now that the protection heresy has been scotched, the watchword is, tax the squat ters. It ia cnrions to notiee how, in the conrse of a few yean, the philosophy upon which popnlar cries are based has changed. When it was objected to bee (election and . nj It the pnhlio estate ought not to be treated as propetty, that it ought not to be looked to tor revenue, and that the people on the ■oil, and not the soil itself, should far Dish the cations! income. Now, however, the popnlar doctrine bee entirely changed. Everywhero we hear it propounded that the colonypoeseaeet a msgnlficentlanded property, that if this estate u properly husbanded it will throw a huge annual rental, and that by this means general taxation may be avoided. The cause of this variation In the popnlar phtiocophy is that, whereas formerly wo had to deal ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PAYMENT OF DIVIDENDS OTHERWISE THAN OUT OF THE PROFITS. (FRIN DICKER'S MIXING RECORD FOR DECEMBER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

PAYMENT OF DIVIDENDS OTHERWISE THAN OUT OF THE PROFITS, V fnum nom'i irarara ucou> foe dbcimbrh.) W« bare no Intention whatever to create alarm In tbe mind* of mining investors by taking the abore ai the basia for a few re marks; bnt our attention having been directed to one instance of tbe kind when tbe venture referred to baa already paid the penalty for ao II)-jagged a proceeding by the depreciation of Ita atbek, It may bo aa well to remind directors of publie companies of the risk they am likely to Incur In tbe practice, die illegality of payment of dividends or even inletett out of oapitai baa been eetab Itibed by freqoent decisions both In the Court of Ohanoery and tbe common Law Ooorti of England, Two cant have boon decided quite lately—tbe one. '• M'Dongall v. die Jeraey Imperial Company (llmTled)," before Yloe-Obanoellor Wood; and tbe other, " Bale v. <9eland," before Mr. Baron Martin, tried at tbe Ouiidfoid Amines. In Useln stanoe diet given, the Vloe-Ohaooel...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

NEW SOUTH WALES. We have onr files from Sydney to the 22nd inst. The Sjdney HenId says" It Is reported that s disagreement ol n serious character has arisen between Commodore Wiseman and the Test-office nnthorltles In New Zet land. It appears that the Postmaster-Ge neral at Aoteland, upon receiving the mall l>»gs for England from Her Majesty's ship; of war stationed at Auckland, directed them to be opened, and to bare all tire private letters taken on), in order that only the official despatch'a might be sent in the bags. The commodore Immediately on hearing of what had been done, got back from the pnetofher all the letters test had been sent, both official sad private, and despatched the E-k to convey them to 8ydney, to go l>r the mall steamer that will leave to- | day. 1't la said that Sir William Wiseman lassenthometotbeAdmlraltyastrongcom plaint against the Auckland officials, for their unwarrantable interfenaea with his mall bags." It is stated by the IFqppe ffappa Hz- . ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEM HALL AND HIS COMPANIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

ben hall and his com pantons. ** lh»ZTD!'Mi .tb* r°" 0»urier Sm HriuiSTv? *wn ■*• <MW *t SSL nr ™ oompuToM. It tenadir1 ?«£££?&&& MriuVT; ,S "P*® *M* grotmd 1&. tt. tto *«*.»!* —*a o»t °p ei the bill IntoroepUd | jelr vUw ol the road, and (ho three highwaymen kept juel to tar down the' off' aide of the hill at to render their hones Invisible to passers by. 1 The ft ret peraon they bad stopped war a storekeeper from Voting named Henry; this waa before alt o'olook; then another ttore keeper named Oonley, both of whom they searched, but found nothing upon them but j cheques and silver, wbloh they returned, 6oon after a lot of dlegere and others were j brought In. At about eleven o'olook Dunn ; expressed a dee!re foraomething to eat, when ' Hall told Mr, Henry to fetch six or seven , dosen of egg* out of hii cart, so that all hands j might bave a feed; meanwhile, another man wns eent to fill a large billy with water; a third eras told to make a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

ADVERTISEMENTS. TO ADVERSTISERS. [Hie advertisements appearing in tliis part of die paper baring been sent in too late for cJaaificatkm, have not the advantage of the oouDtzy circulation.] Amusements. Theatre royal. Sole Leasee and Manager, Barry Sullivan. IMPORTANT NOTICE. The performance. at thle theatre terminate at 11 °'dock' sBcokn WEEK Otthe TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS Ot tha _ _ (] OBOEOU6 BU RLBSQUE Aod PANTOMIME. Y»hich \s unlvernily uckoowtedgad to be produced In % Style of Uop*r*U«led Splendour, Supported by the Beet Bnrieaque » And Pantomimic Artistee Is the Country, w K A hWTn "Wn N I K. THE LEOPOLD FAMILY, And A GRAND CORPS DE BALLET, ■Which ia received nightly by houses crowded to the celling wrOi tumults of applause. Great Success Of The Celebrated Vocalist and Actress, MISS HA BBIET OOBD ON, Of the Theatres Eoyal Drory Lane and Haymnrket, London. THIS EVENING, And Every Evening Until Further Notice, Will he Performed Brought Great Burlesque Extravsganea, Entitled . THE ENCHA...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. HOW BUSINESS IN THE WAR OFFICE IS ATTENDED TO. (FROM THE BUTTIES ARMY AND NAVY REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

GENERAL NEWS. HOW BUSINESS IN THE WAR OFFICE IS ATTENDED TO. (FBOH THE BUTTIES A&KT iHD NAVT BETOEW.) At the risk of being considered tedious, we will give a sketch of " life " in tlie War-office between the hours of ten and four. Let us enter the room before us; it looks cool, and there is a screen in the corner which will effec tually conceal us, while we nape our obsecra tions, from the eyes of the officials who sit at those four square mahogany desks. It is just twenty minutes past ten, so we may expect those worthies immediately. Ah! here is one. It is a quiet old gentleman, dressed in black with a white neck-tie; he hangs up his coat, hat, and umbrella, takes his seat in an arm-' chair, and gradually falls asleep. While we have been describing him the other clerks have entered the room, and are preparing for the arduons duties of the day. "An other dun," says a young gentleman, look ing at the superscription of a letter he has just taken off his desk. "Confound the man...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FLOOD DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

FLOOD DAMAGES. The following mbedulenhowi the manner in fcblch Hi. proposed to dbtiibnto the vote for the repa!ie of damage done by floods Alberton .hire £4,000 0 0 Am^intud Clu&es Botd diitrtet »• 168 10 0 Anratsbire.. 1017 6 Avocaroad district 548 16 0 BacchusMarsh road district 182 14 4 Ballsrat ablro 80 0 0 Bullsn obtn ©5 0 0 barrootkbotn ■hire .» ,, ,, 66 0 0 Bamboo, road district .. .. 30 9 0 JJeririck road district ' .. 610 '♦ O Bet-Bet shire.. .. 106 O 0 Bucklsnd road district , 367 0 0 Bon* road district ♦ . .. .. 600 0 O Bunlnyong shire .. .... 60 9 O Bylandi andGlenburnleroad district .. 1,160 0 O Camparpe road district .. .. 647 6 1 CoUc shire 192 10 0 Conewam road district 16 0 0 CoriOfcbtre 100 0 0 Cnnboume roaMlsMct.. .. .. 400 0 O Creswick shire 127 10 0 Doonybrook and Wallao Wallac road district 7 0 0 DcdSm shire 213 12 3 EUbUD road district 846 10 0 Eppfngri ad district .. .. 16 0 O Vraitkfin and Yaodolt road district .. 86 0 0 Gltnelg shire .. 906 18 8 Gls...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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