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Frightful Accident car Auck— land. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Frightful Accident car Auck— land. ONE of those terrible[?] which often happen through [?] those whose duty it is to attend to [?] at about 10 o'clock on Friday morning at the.Union Sash pud Door fac tory, Mechjiiucs* Bayj named Jphu 3irown> Hot-pise: witnessed, the accident; J:. The. lirat that issras: known t<f it was tha^the youth, with hi? arm torn :to ribbons, staggered rotmd taimin who wtraattending on the next machinee' sV*?n? ' <?'?: knowledge ;.pt';tbs? ' constriictiott Pf "tfip^ planing niaciliioe, pthe''tnauns-r-'.'-vt* wfcich : fthaiatjctdssnt: happened is eatily infeirea. ,>Xli?ia£u(ik?i£ imxtA, imd -oil-caurwasfoorid under thelpaehutealso i : clea^y h --.ii?ds?ater:;st^ Ipwan hiul been for tjhree- or fonr yearw etsi ployed at the?a?iws-macliine pand Boioiig i asKlse. followed the instrtlcti?*sjps?en him, ?it.ssriMt highly improbable thStsmy^rra - Would-XresnlK-.': H?V however,"-hadJ:;be?n:'- : kno%rn to 1,,?n freer iho'mat-biop'to e?l its be...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Conditional Purchases. The following conditional purchases were made at the Land Office on Thursday hut: — Matthew Thomas Moore, 40 acres. County Northumberland, parish Warkworth ???. adjolnm?: the; south of" his, : conditional .purchase of: CO acres made On ; thef6th Aagu.it; 1R70, and running to adjoin -..- "Charles conditional purchase ..: on tlte west.. Deposit. £It>.. : - ? ;- Samuel Keely,^195-acres 2.roodz 24 - perehcv ' . coiinty-XorthnmberUnd, 'parish Wark worUi; -adjoining the northern befun ?daryof J. Cohcroffs 17B acres- 2 roods. . No.>70.-and the eastern boundary of : Pestus Tong's 500 acres, being the land I "'. - advertised for sale at Singleton' on the ' 20th Auguft, 187-J. Ueposit, £43 18*. 3d Emma Jean Cobcroft, S20 acre?, county Northumberland, parish Warkworth ; adjoining and north' of Festus Tong's - 500 acres. Deposit, £80.' Samuel Xeely. 124 acres I -rood 16 peTchcs, connty Konhumberland. parish Wark ? worth ; adjoining the north-east comer of his condit...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blondin's Frist Appearance. (Abridged from the Evening News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Blondin's Frist Appearance. (Abridged from the Evening News.) THE world removed performer race his first exhibition -on Saturday afternoon in the canvas [?](the largest, in the world), erected- for the purpose in the " : Domain,' near St. . Maty 1 * Cathedral. ! Punctual ;to the . second— 4 : o'clock— Bhmdin, dressed in a. full suit of chain armour, came' frohi- his dressing. tent, howe-d rapidly in acknowledgment of the burst of cheers- that groe-ted him, and'in an instant was drawn up to the giddy stago' at the ponthem end of the riipe, "iiow 62 feet in height. ? Tliere was no preliminary j chalking of the feet or hesitation lo im- J press nnon the upee-tators the' fact that he- ] was about to do' something woiKtcrfuL ; Blon.iin doesn't set about his feats with the air of a young lady at last consenting Ito sing. He was on the rope in a second, and with a linn step inarched over to the music of. the band.. Clutching the rope, i as it were, with the- hollow of his feet, j Blondin p...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Singleton Police Court. Tuesday, August 25th, 1874. Before Mr. W. C. [?] J.P. DRU[?]MNESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Singleton Police Court. Tuesday, August 25th, 1874. Before Mr. W. C. [?] J.P. DRU[?]MNESE. John [?] charged with the above offence pleaded guilty and was discharged- <*> [?] The name prisoner pleaded guilty to a chaTge Isis penost ' oa the?<t]rinstBat; bat tberebeins ex- '"?'""'' "??'^**''" r^^*"— —~-"? 2Vie&y, landlord of tbff TtadWnan'K 'ituna*' Hotel, obtained an eyteaawMtt' of bis pvblicac'e licenee to a booth ux the rsce-oearse for' Wednceday tai Thursday, the 26th and 27th iastua t. ;: , "'.-\V^'.^ , l:->^?nsrrK' , CA356OAOB.' WfUuxm- CJiemm ?s: with having used aiiosive language towcrds WilUain V!nceut Shade on the 17th inet. Defendant pleaded not Ruiky. TUe complainant was e£&u:i:eti, rj'tcr ! which Jhe defendsat incde s. (;'.=is-:acnt I : cootradictorj- of his eviflcjicc. Wiliiain Vincent Sbade, \v.\<lli-r''t uft!:<> Cocrt House Hotti, dejK>tc:3 : ':.? re membered tSio iTtfa of the: prt.T.<.'...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Sydney. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Both the New Zealand Polynesian Scheme and the Education Question are exciting great interest in Sydney at present. The former is popularly thought here to be very 'good idea; but on the latter; opinion i very xoueh * divided;"; Some go in ft.r" tlii j -Pahlic School System. Rome for the: Dcnorni national, and'some for mi: amalgamation: *o '. botk. systems.?:.-:.':,, :fi' -.-?? :>?:-: v'?";.-.;;? /,", : "i D?i Vaa Hcekerenand his partner Wen ?:put on.their trial toward* the latter? end .0 last week; AVidow "reeeirimjrae'renycan" . and the;Br. being-, discharged, mncb to thi ': disgust of Jtlre;towjKpeoplc-': .Their,, opinion A 'H.- tit**/ the prosecutrix ' (Phoebe: "Hank*; should be'pnt on brr trial 'now;' ?'". -;? - There "has been, prckt ixmiinribtiOTr these lev days past as -rc£arda tie conduct of ilmlaau Arabella Goddard, and >C i* said: that if \?bc ! danw to shiivr herftvccfacrc again, "the on ?musical natives T> of, Sydney- will give...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Saturday, August 29th, 1874. Before Mr. George Jarman, J.P. remanded. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Saturday, A ugust 29th, 1874. Before Mr. George Jarman, J.P. remanded. James Melvor was brought up in custody charged with having absconded From the hired service of Mr. W. C Browne, M.L.A., to whom he was board ss an apprentice.' The same prisoner was farther charged with having stolen irora his master a £5-m.te. He was remanded on both cliarges till Tuesday, the 1st September.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Maswellbrook. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Maswellbrook. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 28. A meeting was held in the hall of the School of Arts, of Wednesday afternoon for the purpose of receiving the report of the committee appointed in June, last. and considering tlie question of f ?jrrniug ? an Agricultural Assitciatioii for the Upper Hunter. The attendance was hirge and influential, most of the lauded proprietors j ?i 1 Jet ling- tt ?tt-[> oplc li ing in attend ??c I' c r *.*. c, oefll, ed bj t r Vmr i tit?l 1 , 1 ?-1 Vfttr it fe*>*. uli i c c \ i in o' i ti i e't tlr nin ii ' tie 'li v it >*.e<' b*. <lr Utltiger *"( <1 v\ 4 lb *. ?. — Lite < ,nn.on ( T _t - „ - c ?x_Li_ t-> for--i - ?i" mitl i<l \_,r-ettlliiral An?cMti(j frr the Upper 11 ttnte-r,. with ?l view u£ inviting the co-ojieration -of the- Hunter -River As, stx-.ir.lioD." Mr. Tremble ."e.*.****.; tho. irVrYCr of tho second, resolution. ".Thata'coiri-' tnitte***- be ippumled" to draw Up a code...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tuesday, September 1st, 1874. Before Mr. James Smith, P.M. HASSETT v. MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Tuesday, September 1st, 1874. Before Mr. James Smith, P.M. HASSETT v. MOORE. Plaintiff summoned defendant for hav- <*> ing unlawfully assaulted him. The defendant was bound over to keep the peace for six months, himself in £10, and two sureties in £5 each- and pay coots lie. 6d. W ArntiATJOv. Elizabeth Gardiner sued Henry William Smith for the 'support of Jier ilieRitiinate child, of which fhe alleged dofendaut was the fnther. Defendant w?s ordered to pay 5?. week ly lor twelve months, nnd costs£2 Si. 6d. AFFILIATION. Isaac Hunt was surnmoncd by Sarah Lord for neglectinjf'to contribute towards the support of his alleged illegitimate cliild. Defendant was ordered to pay 3s. 6d. per week for twelve months. ABSCO.NlMKtt. James IScTcor, on remand, was hronght np in enstody, charged with . having ab sconded froin hi* apprenlic-sliip. Prisoner was coinuiittcd fi.r trial at the next Coirt of Quarter Seseions, the iudju tares to be cancelled. Tho same pristmer wan charged with...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
West Maitland. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 31, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

West Maitland. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 31, 1874. Presentation to MR. Benjamin Lee.- On Tuesday evening, in the presence of a large number of persons, an address and tes- <*> timonial were presented to Mr. Lee, late ber of Parliament.for, West Maitland. as a; .slight;recognition and appreciation oZ thei .many services rendered to the electorate dur ing tlie tizae (teci years) he represen'tedit in. McW. iL&sailb,Mayor, .oc cupied : the "chair, and. after ait, appropriate speech, in which .he enumerated tbe many btnetiU; JUr. Lee. ..secured: for MaiUand, he read-the address prepared by the committee, ;and concluded by presenting the testimonial,;' which consisted of two valuable sets of- silver plate,, worth . aboht. fifty. ponnds. . After .an elotjteiat' reply; from. Mr.; .Lee, the company "adjourned, to Ftdford's Hotel, to wind up thei siffairjby a. banrjnet. ?; About fifty or sixty gentlemen sat down to'the spread, which was ) all that cpuhf he "desire...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

The Singleton Argus. "SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND PEAR NOT." LET ALL THE END THOU ATM'ST AT BE Tw.v CpcsTitY'ivTiiJf Gon'tt, Asn TuuTit'te."

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

I "I _.e-. - c s- " /?" :i r! - quarter i-e-e .-* t no c -?-_ "cms of .U'vc<- . r — „ '-, Fast uich und under .. . 'S. na *j|S Every adiiitnual inch or li-vlf-incj '2s. tkl. *o| Advertisements of two lines — 2s. 00. PM Births, Deaths, and Mirria_-es... £?. Cd. KB Business Cards per rraarter ;,. 5305. Od- R No advertisement booked raider 3s. |9 A liberal allowanes will he made ier Ad &£ -rertiaemenu continued for ,?-veripd, over St -four weeks. It mast be distinctly understood, ? that, unless coontertnandesL advertisements. B will be coatmned and .charged, for.at the siiir*! mt I *, i B Anr person ordering Advprtfeeinents or B Printonff on behalf of a Committee formed B -or to be formed for any public purpose, wdl B be held personally responsible for tlee same. B The "STHGLETON ARCCS" and UPPER B atJNTER GENRIIAL ADVOCATB, is M transmitted immediately .?f tor pubhearion to IS parts of this and the surrounding districts, B att well as to every part of the colony. S ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1874. Our Local Institutions. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1874. Our Local Institutions. The public institutions which any town possesses are almost infallible signs of the status of that town. Accordingly as they are commodions or scanty, handsome or sightly, many or fow, w> is the standing of the town which they adorn 'or 'disgrace l>7 . their presence. . The different states wciwe enumerated nre brought about by £hc degree .of public spirit which; animates the breasts of the resident*. If that spirit be active it will manifest it?elf in the ftize, style, and - choice of public inntitutionS; but if alto ' gethcr wdnting or only halt alive, either ni> institutions wilt be establUhcd, or else those established, will lie ao inferior as , to be a standing disgrace and censure ' tepen alt connected with them. The primary ' object wnight in establishing them is to . "promote the convenience, and social, interests of the community, besides providing "for its intellectual and moral development also. Unices their p...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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London Gossip. FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

London Gossip. FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT. To DAY's Telegraph contains a flowing de-<*> scription of the[?] of a irrable statue, to the memory of John Bunyan- The ceremony took place at Bedford. DukepierjeutiDg the efli-iy to,tlie towns men. ; An "Sari and a Dtsan, no less a. deaii than Doctor Stanley, aro to assist si. the .inauguration o£ the.-?"- great linker" whoi-e works will: ;,Kvt>. ? while: ? memory lastH. 'Several of, our;most di'stingm-Jred oralon paid the*;highest tributes to rtiinynn'n genius, and dwelt *.vitl> loving'kindness upon the bfo'of the illituraic sectary.-: ~. i,, Tlie! Wost Epd.- is! concerhed about tbe disappearance of * ea-nniu nobleearl, who having the other day gone to lli* club in n .. state of unsteadiness AV/t* locked - up in ? a room, wbe-ucebe mad** bis escape, anil lia-i not Kince been beard of; but itis -'abut re membered .thai four years ago- lie-.disap -pearrid, as.':Buddcrily,'-?nd;,otily came to . light again when- his fr...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

TASMANIA. Disgraceful scenes took place in the As- <*> sembly on Friday last.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] The repairs to the ship koupareel-which was recently dismasted at sea-are to be edwihteeted at this port. The contract will in-<*> volvo the expenditure of a very large sum of '-..' Uioiiey. ' <? .'..-? ?".-'-''? '?; On Saturday a, miner, aamcil Cray, met -with a painful accident, whilst blasting in ."??- the.Hamilton colliery. The man's arm and . , face were very much burnt through the acci ,'-'-. dent, land one of his.legs is seriously-injuretl, Tlie tin smelting works at "Stockton are still being carried on vigorously. Laatxeeck -'.; the ICembla brought ItTCtU bags of tin ore fur smelting purposes, and took back 4& tons of .- refilled tiii,- .?'?'.-:;?;.-.;-Y:':-"' -.?-.-. A robbery was perpetrated pn board'the '..steamer Maitlsnd.ou. Saturday : night during . the passage up'to-Newcastle. A man named Uacnriraam-picked Utefa-ckcts of Captain Lane, taking a number of certificates and .' other: document*. On' the ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

MELBOURNE. A man has been arrested on suspicious of being connected with the [?] minder. The agricultural implement maker are on Strike fur biglsw vvstges.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Educational Reform. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Educational Reform. [?] [?] „ to tbe i line nsstern oc the question. hoatiSry .to_'tbe popular- cry. Trat*tl?i language cxpces-dve ot hsa cSssent frocrttl? ?objectotf the moraa??t-, in ccetSned to-teH JWtersnee et> mcie-pantion,' and to , m iJ-B 1 staristrscag-tven ja suppqet of ri*e-vw? ta£R by hina ; bnt these iaina mistaking fl* imSH? of hiexeanarkaV the drift of hit ?ratthe- erijent- distaste -templatrs-thg ?ftmipl' tn snpi i nlik. ho. SlaK cation Acto-C IB6T.- "Thai he should tbeJT-B .pejeedto'the agitation is not seeing that any aJteTar£iott,ir? the snde through the instjgaSoo tattty of others, would"n>bhim of "AatriT nopoly of pratae maY reputst**-**-' enn??d l, hhxle>-er-*Hkce the; Act came into- sevunytWEs ago. Wewjgnat'dn, jlt V?t>iS the ia justice tor compane* him -with M*~l l£o*s*srfcx*r*o*tc ** hnt a-*rcmar*Er has, been mm* that what the Land Bill was with the; oneTcl Public Schools* Act is with the other. $1 UOBEIO-aojc would consider it a piece ,i desecrat...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Murrurundi. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Murrurundi. (From the Times.) THE WEATHER-This week came in with every promise of a pleasant [?] but we soon received a reminder of the inconstancy of atmospheric favours in the sudden change which; took, place on Sunday evening ..when the air.was unseasonably wiurm, the precursor ? pf a dijwiifaltof rain, accompanied by strviig .wiinls. frPiii the vreat. The early part of Monday. w*? very, J unpleasant, being very cold.;nnd. wot. ' k'or.some tioie dense jiniiMes of iinfrieudlv- clouds hung . about the neigli boii'rhoodw as though about to deluge us with their contents; but aprjcarancck were again to deceive./ f.ir thete paused off without molest ing a*, and oiiep ioore the suu was allowed to exerefrehis?enialinfluence., Thecontinuance of westcrty wind.* of more or less force, has, ' however, J occasioned a much 'greater degree of cold than we should othenvwe experience.; Cunioiis AcciDtnrr.—-A resident of this town metwith. an.accident uh Tuesday.last in.a peculiar siul unexpected ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coroner's Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Coroner's Inquest. An inquest was held at Doebra Station, in the district of Patrick's Plains, on Wed- <*> nesday last the 26th inst on the body of william Colling the late proprietor of the ktatiW, before: Dr; tJtenuie, tiur J-conioieeH for -t'te district :'>Tl^--deceased hKf.' hossie prevails J Monday, ?and 3 after* ' wa?Tcsia<a in a wjaerhiile hPt.-far from lain]' firm***,:- ",. " \:-.p V '-';''-:?*"'-'''*' :'.-.'-'?';':"'';": '~: - 'v : -' pp The fblfoivinrj j,^pt?' : ,'??ocej; : .eWt>ni>':i^-: ; .Messrs. John Kcenn-hsn (fonem?n), Donald McDeoald, WiKmnj, White, Job Melihett, and Henry Grey. ?'-?????'. James Collins, son of the" deceased, and residing at Dochra, deposed: Deceased bad been very umv-ell for some vv*eekp,'aiid appeared at times to'be ia low spirits. Oh ' Monday, the tlt'.li iiihi-, I? . vnisse-d my j father ;. I went in ?-arcii of Jriiu aiid was. .searching; nil through the afternoon nerd the- His body was f aftcriiOu.ii.il] a watu...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Northern Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Northern Agricultural Asso ciation. The adjourned meeting of the committee took place on Monday the 24th instant. Present Mr. A. A. Danger (chair). Messers. John Moore, T.H. Moore, H.P. I "Stacy, Percy Waddy. P. J. C. M'Douall, ?Ah-Xftnder How-man, and C Poppenliagon u (scci-etnry."> , . TJio minutes -of the prenious meeting .?were read and confirmed. . _ CoEKEsrps?e:roE. , A letter "was read .from Mr. B-wncis "White, -resigning his office as one of tlie ."VicerPresidonts of the society. .'lt 'was that tho matter ?f Mr. Wliite's resignation be left over natcl tho next .-meeting of the-committee. , SECSETA-aW's R&tOBX". Tbo secretary reported iho receipt of the .following moneys:—Mr. George JLoder's spce-ial prb-e for jumping,"£lo; entrance fees on exhibits, £21'; thirty-nine moin -bers* subscriptions, £40 Kte. ; total, £71 19-i. He also -reported (hat the following ? -sixteen new had joined the. As : -sociation :—Messrs. Samuel Wilson, John Hall, Richard Snclsoti, Sichard...

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