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FLOGGING CHARGES OFFICIALS WITH SJAMBOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

FLOGGING CHARGES OFFICIALS WITH SJAMBOKS. It is now supposed that the allega tions of flowing and ill-treatment of Indians relate to an affray which oc curred nt the Pallengeich mino on No vember (says lteuter\s Capetown correspondent). According to a report published by the "Transvaal l,eader," the facts are that the mine manager. Mr Hutt. went to Hattingspruit on Government instructions to gather together the In dians who had left Ballengeieh to take part in the protest march into the Transvaal. They had been arrested on the border and sent. back to Natal by train. Tin* Indians quietly followed Mr Hutt back to the mine. In his abser.ee the Indian women ap I'l-are! and harangued the Indians, de nouneiiu: them as cowards and foul*. The Indians, numbering about oi)0, be-i ^.iu runnine; from the mine, with the 1 apparent intention of beginning afresh ' the march to the Transvaal. Mr Hutt followed with three or four officials, and headed them off. The Indians be gan • throwing volleys ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEXICAN ELECTIONS VOID BEATEN GENERAL COLLAPSES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

MEXICAN ELECTIONS VOID I BEATEN GENERAL COLLAPSES I Affairs in Mexico are still in a state of chaos, and matters have not been improved by Congress annulling the re cent Presidential elections and fixing new ones for July next (says "Lloyd's Weekly," of December 14). A telegram from Presidio, Texas, says:—Fortifications have been hur riedly thrown up round Orinaga in the expectation that 3500 rebels, under Generals Herrera and Urbina, will at tack that place in a few days. A telegram to "The New York Times," dated from Marfa on Wednesday, gives a graphic account of the arrival cf the Federal refugees from Chihuahua. It fays:— "A gaunt figure General Orozco, half fell from his horse yesterday evening, and collapsed to the ground at the Fed eral headquarters at Orinaga. He had been riding night and day since Sun day in the effort to keep the irregular forces from bolting. He was compelled to leave the Chihuahua civilians at the mercy of the rebels, who were pressing the Federal reargu...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARMS BY STEALTH CUSTOMS EVADED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

ARMS BY STEALTH CUSTOMS EVADED. The arming of Ulster has been going on quietly for the last live years. At first the rifles purchased were part of a number originally made for the 'ian Army, but never actually put ' > service owing to the decision to « vpt an improved type. These Ttalian rifles (writes Mr R. Montague Smith in "The Daily Mail" of Decem ber G), of which about 25,000 were purchased for Ulster, are not so pre cise as the * modern service weapon, being long in the barrel, with an un usually large bore and a high trajec tory. Nevertheless they are very deadly weapons, shooting accurately at a distance of 1500 yards. Each rifte has a clip holding Ave cartridges. * These rifles were bought in Ham burg, and shipped from there to Dun tlee, Leith, Newcastle, and "West Hartlepool. At one or other of those ports they were transhipped to a boat bound for Belfast, often consigned as hardware, electrical equipment, or ; even pianos. SECRECY OBSERVED. These operations were carrie...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRUGGLE FOR DOG COLONEL AND WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

STRUGGLE FOR DOG COLONEL AND WOMEN As the result of a quarrel in the street over a valuable Pomeranian Colonel \\\ H. Yielding C.B., D.S.O., C.I.U., uf Kent (Jar\U-\y**, KaUnjr, wus summoned at Brentford on Tuesday for assaulting Mrs (Jordon Sarrar and her daughter, Miss Mnrjrarot r:ri;ee Sarrar. neighbors f reports "Lloyd's Weekly," November :5'»). The do£, it was alleged, was origin ally driven to Miss Sarrar, who b*nt it to Colonel YielJlntr's daughter. On the hitter's death the do?? went t<« the colonel, hut ultimately Miss Sarrar £rot possession of it a train. JVliet'-Court proceedings resulti d in an ord-r !*«>r the dos to b._> «iven up or a payment of £10 to be made. The Liu had been tendered, but refused. Miss Sairar said the coI.up I tri« d t i snatch the doi? from her ;md her im-tbo: in the street, lm'. Mrs Sair.tr raii-:ht the animal and ran into tlw h"us» with it. Two police oflicer.* eorri'bw.i (<<i. add ing that Colonel Yielding s...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAND AND LABOR PREMIER'S VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

LAND AND LABOR PKEJIIHIVS VIEW. "We have met to inaugurate an or ganised movement whose primary pur pose it is to Inform and to stimulate 1 public opinion as to the urgency of i land problems and the nccessitv of j I land reform," declared Mr Asquith at a dinner to inaugurate the new Central Land and Housing Council. i Dealing first with the condition of the rural population, the Premier said the prospects of the mass of the aurhul tural community depended on the 1 waives of the rural laborer, l "in Durham and Northumberland the average weekly earnings of the agri cultural labour were 21/ and 'SI/. . 7n Oxfordshire and Norfolk they ranged from juM below to just above 1;V. "What do 1 mean when 1 say 'mini mum \va1 mean a wa:;o such as to ensure to tlie laborer of avcra^* indus try and prudence reasonable conditions of living, anions which I include the ability to pay commercial or economic rent for the house in which he lives, "The* three salient features of the l.ousin:-; conditions...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VOLUNTARY INSURANCE GAIN TO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

VOLUNTARY INSURANCE GAIN TO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. (By Margaret Dougjns^in "Tho Daily Mai!.") If the compulsory Insurance Act had I no other defects, the multiplicity of cooks would probably spoil the insur ance broth. The officials of friendly societies who have for years past car ried on their quiet hue magnificent wcric have; now to he in constant touch with a number of committees, referees, audl I tor?, and inspectors, while the Insur 1 nnce Commissioners are always hover : ing in the background armed with a spoonful of new regulations, special or ders or provisional special orders, to stir Into the refreshing decoction. This multiplication of authorities is not only costly to an absurd decree, but it will restrict the free development of the mutual benefit societies to a very serious extent. No movements In his tory have been more spontaneous, moro true to national tradition, and less ham pered by official interference than the friendly society and trade union move ments in this c...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRIZE ESSAYS TEN GREATEST INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

PRIZE ESSAYS TEX GREATEST INVENTION'S. The "Scientific American" offered prizes for the three best essays on the 10 greatest patentable inventions of the past -fj years. Mo two competitors selected the same inventions. In fact, only one invention, that of wireless tele graphy, was conceded unanimously to belong to the group of the 10 greatest. The vote on aeroplanes was almost unanimous. But beyond that there was no unanimity, The conditions of the contest stated that greatness would be measured in terms of practical success and general usefulness to mankind; the competi tors were limited to machines, de vices and discoveries commercially in troduced in the last 2'* years, and special emphasis was laid on the fact that the inventions must be pat entable, although not necessarily patented. 'The following 12 inventions secured the highest number of votes, the num ber printed after each representing a percentage of the votes given:—Wire' less telegraphy, 97; aeroplane, 75; X r&...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN A LONDON WORKHOUSE CRUELTY AND NEGLECT [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

IN A LONDON WORKHOUSE [ CRUELTY AND NEGLECT (By Chris. Massio in the "Dally Mail.") I do not want anyone to think that my present abode Is a place of uni form harshness and cruelty. Oh the other hand—setting aside the casual ward, which is one of the worst in the metropolitan area — my present abode has a particularly good name for leniency and fair treatment. My contention from tho general is this, that cases of cruelty and neglect do happen, and always will happen in institutions of this kind while in mates have , no audible voice and no impartial judgment on their griev ances. . . . I shall take for the special purposes of my article a circumstance which happened some time ago. Of parallel circumstances 1 have a good and vari ous collection, but this one is chosen on account of its incontestable accu racy of detail, and because it covers ground which otherwise I should have to trace separately. The facts are these: A man whom I will call H. was admitted to the in firmary attached...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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MAGAZINE MOTOR CAR VAGARIES OF WRITERS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

MAGAZINE MOTOR CAR VAGARIES OF WRITERS One of the most remarkable pro ducts of the twentieth century Is that triumph of mechanical engineering, the Magazine motorcar. It has been remarked" that the gentlemen who write the slowing advertisements of "Houses to IjfsV* have obviously never lived in them.*' It is equally obvious (says 'Motor News") that the worthy folk, who ' write, in the popular magazines, hair curlln? short stories about motorcars have never driven In them. It was, of course, inevitable that with the rapid advance of the motorcar - in popular favor there should be a cor responding advance in the popular imagination on tine subject. In this case the proverb must be reversed, _^for assuredly the short story-tellers make fiction stranger than truth. There are several different models of the magazine motorcars, but, so far as essentials are concerned, the 1 specification is common to all. It fre- I quently has eight cylinders; seldom 1 fewer than six. It has a gigantic I ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

A Happy New Year to All. Wo take off our lulls to the Past; \vu take oil our coats to the Future — ever - increasing trade demands it. I extend to everyone—tlio hundreds who are my customers and all other good people whom 1 wish were my customers—a Very Happy Now Year. ENJOY CLOTHES COMFORT daring 1914. If during tlio past 1913 you have felt that your clothes have not been tlio best procurable for the money—if you have been dis appointed as are most men who send their suit order to Mel bourne, resolve now to rely on STAJIMEUS' Smart Styles and pleasing prices- if, however, you are one of the many pleased Stammers' Customers, I would appreciate your kindly recommendation to your friends. In Turning over your New Leaf—De cide to Get ail clothing Needs from ERNEST T. STAMMERS QUALITY TAILOR AND MERGER, Yarram and Toora. GENTLEMEN livery time you hive a Turnbull .Shampoo you feel more " lit " and refreshed than you were before, livery part of the head is thoroughly and effectively clean...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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POLICE SAMARITANS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

POLICE SAMARITANS "I think it is right that Iho pul>)lc should know they hsivo rnc-n like this in their police force," said Captain Jacobsen, a Scandinavian, in telling the "Daily News" on November 14 of an act of humanity by a sergeant of the city police. Captain Jacobsen has charge of a Scandinavian shipping- bureau in Fen church street. This little affair, lie went on, has so touched me that, whether the sergeant i likes it or not, I am going to tell it. Jiecently this police officer came to me and said he had found in a city street at night an elderly seaman, stranded and destitute. The man was a Dane. The sergeant kindly said he did not want to lock the fellow up. , The man was a seaman all right, and 'locking him up, said the sergeant, would do him no good. The police man had been feeding the man, and had fixed him up in a lodging-house. Captain Jacobsen explained that of course he got numbers of such cases, and had to lie careful, lint he invited the city police officer to...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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SAROJINI NAIDU POETESS AND LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

SAROJINI NAIDU POETESS AND LEADER. Mrs Sarojini Xaidu, B.A.. whom Mr Edmund Gosso describes as "the most brilliant, the most original, as well a? the most correct, of all the natives ol Hindustan who have written in Eng lish," and who is in England, hat been interviewed by a representative of tho "Westminster Gazette." Mrs Naidu, who is small in stature and frail-looking in appearance, is a typically dainty and sweet-tempered woman of the East. She is a student, orator, and a poetess—a poetesr who dreams continually of that land of which she has said: "My ancestors for thousands of years have been lov ers of the forest and mountain caves, ^reat dreamers, great scholars, greai ascetics." Mrs NaUlu comes of a widely re spected Brahmin family of Bengal. OJ her father, Dr. Aghorenath Chatto padhyay, who is well known in India, she says: "My father is a dreamer himself, a great dreamer, a great man whose life has been a magnificent fail ure. I suppose in the whole of India there are few ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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EMPLOYER BEAT TYPISTS "RUSSIAN PRACTICES" [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

EMPLOYER BEAT TYPISTS "RUSSIAN PRACTICES" I "If those practices are permissible In Russia they are'not permissible here," declared Mr Allan Lavrrie, De [ puty Chairman of the London Ses • slo'ns, yesterday, in sentencing Joseph I Marcus Copelvitz Josephson to twelve months' Imprisonment for assaulting1 Violet Sharp, of Paulet road, Camber I well, one of his apprenticed typists (says the "Daily News" of December 5). Mr Lawrie added that the priso ner would be recommended for de portation. Josephson pleaded guilty to a com mon assault,"and added: "I misunder stood my position as a master. I thought I was justified in punishing." Mr Curtis Bennett, who prosecuted, I re-told the story recently given in i evidence at the police court proceed- \ Ings. He recalled the prisoner's writ-? , ten declaration to a parent:— "I am a strict disciplinarian. . . . 1 make no distinction of sex," and went on to relate how a "book of faults" was kept. When seven faults wore entered up against Violet Sha...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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PUZZLED JUDGE MYSTERIOUS LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

PUZZLED JUDGE MYSTERIOUS LETTERS. The strango dlvorco suit in which charges against cach other were made by Mr Oran Edgar Starr, a Jlarley street dentist, and his wife, ended yes terday in the victory of the husband (reports the "Dally Express" of De cember 12). It was deeiled by the jury that there had been no cruelty by Mr Starr, and that Mrs Starr had been guilty o£ .mis conduct. Mr Starr was granted a decree nisi, and his wife's petition for a judicial separation was dismissed. The principal figures in the cafo, apart from t\:o husband and wife, are: Mr Cuthbortson, or "Gibson," the co-respondent, who was said to have visited Mrs Starr while her husband was in America. "Sammy," also said to have visited Mrs Starr. Miss Annie Hilliger, sister of Mrs Starr's maid's sweetheart. "Sammy's" chauffeur, whom Miss Hilliger believes to be a myth. It was staled by counsel that Mrs Starr borrowed money from Miss Hil liger, and that she handed Miss Hilli ger loiters purporting to come from "...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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Tarra Valley. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 30 January 1914

Tarra Valley. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) A public meeting was held in the new hall on Saturday night, to make arrangements for the sports to - be held on 8th April. The scene was illuminated by a bush fire in the vicinity of the hall, but as more good than harm was being done no concern was felt. The business proceeded, and   office-bearers were appointed. Mr. Geo. Alford was elected president, Messrs. H. Harris and E. Alford hon, secretaries, and committee Messrs. Al ford (4), Miles (2), Glover, Healey, Cross, Morgan, Nicholson, Johnston, Retford and Harris. Messrs G. Al ford, A. P. and W. Miles were ap pointed a sub committee to draw up a programme on lines of last year. At the meeting held on Saturday night it was decided to purchase a Wertheim Australian piano for the new hall, and the order having been given, the instrument will be in evi dence at the concert and ball to be held on Wednesday, lltli Feb.—the opening night—when all the leading amateurs of the distr...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YARRAM WEEKLY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 4 February 1914

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. o:o YAKRAM WEEKLY STOCK SALES. Messrs. Sweeney Bros, and Connor re port:—On Friday we had a fair yarding of stock, and told nearly all at about late rates, young stock (especially steers) bein^ in good demand. We sold fat cows £1 to £5 5s, working bullocks at £'.), store cows £3 to 15s, - yr old heifers £3 12s, 2 yr old steers i'J lis, springing heifers £5. Pigs.— Store pigs 20s Gd to 2Gs, slips 13s 9d to 17s (id. On Thursday we held a satisfactory clearing salo for Mrs. Peter Hunter, and sold everything at satisfactory prices. Through our Alberton otlice wc have sont (o Melbourne 2 trucks of sheep, 5 trucks of cattle, and 2 trucks of pigs. Tli(! duck season opens on AVcilnes tlay, lllliiiist. Local sports preparing for an outing.

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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Fire in Yarram. TWO COTTAGES DESTROYED. BRIGADE AT WORK. EARLY MORNING CALL. EFFORTS FRUSTRATED. NO WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 4 February 1914

Fire in Yarra'm. TWO COTTAGES DESTROYED. MUUADE AT WOJIK. K.VULY MORNING CALL. EFJ'OHTS FRUSTRATED. NO WATER. Tliu town early on Monday morning, about :5.:!0, was in a statu of poll mell. Tlic (ire bull sonorously pealed, and with great alacrity the brigadcsmen were, as usual, 011 the i|ui vivo. So alert that one would tliinlc they slept in their uniforms. Civilians almost tumbled over one another in their haste to get to the scene. There was 110 mistaking the locality of the lire. That portion of Yarram known as "Foots cray" wasaglare, lighting up almost the whole town. That the cottage just previously occupied by Air. Con. O'Con nell and family, in Dougherty-st., was doomed was evident as soon as the brigade arrived. "lOOft. of hose was laid from Jaincs-st., but, alas, there was no water ' The tank at the butter factory had been emptied over night by the extravagant ones, and nothing could bo done for cottage No. 1. It was soon reduced to ashes. Within 20ft. stood a cottage occupi...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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CRICKET. YARRAM V. PORT ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 4 February 1914

CRICK KT. j YAllllAM V. PORT ALUEUT. After the first day's play tliis game was left in an interesting stage. Yar ram arrived with st vera! new men in the fighting line. Port won the toss, and Lear and Manallack struck first. Manallack made the egg symbol, but Lear batted solidly and with more than his usual force to the tune of 1 I befors he put his foot in front of a yorker from llowes. Smith failed to got a fair hold of one from Pitch and had to retire with 18. Jainicsnn bagged nine before Vale got past liim, and Torpey exactly followed the ex ample set. by his captain. CSouHen rattled up a nice bag of 16 before Howes stopped his gallop with a good catch on the boundary. Hang failed to find the iirst ball from Howes—a nasty one—but I. llobinson hit hard for 1-1 before Taylor bowled liim. N. Kobinsou played the same bowler into his wicket after breaking his duck. Favored by an indulgent field, Itussell made and Brownlow carried his bat for <S. Taylor was the most deadly ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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SPORT AND PASTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 4 February 1914

SPORT AND PASTIME. Tlio SI. Patrick's sports programme appears in this issue. Saturday next, tlicTtli inst., will be observed ;is " Ladies' Day" at tin; (jcUiondalu i ille range. Ladies' nomi nation .slioot (<iOU and 700yds) will lie lired, 7 shots r.t oncli range. Ladies also shoot for tropliies. All members and ladies are expected. Kaster is approaching. Meeting at West Albert 011 on .Saturday evening, to arrange for annual sports. Tlio Yarram 15 team on Saturday, to play tlu: A members, will be ilvs Giousc, .Miss JJodmaii, and Messrs Lalor, Uodman, Kearney and Ilenry. A meeting of committee of the picnic hack and sports meeting will shortly be held. "We hear the cash receipts total just over .£100, with more to follow. A highly succcssful meeting. The. stewards of the picnic hack and sports meeting met on Saturday even ing at the Victoria Hotel, Alberton, to decide the protest entered against Jas. Sherwood in the bicycic road race. The evidence was clear that Sherwood ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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YARRAM TRADERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Standard and Alberton Shire Representative — 4 February 1914

YARRAM TRADERS' ASSOCIATION. Thu annual meeting o'; the Yarram Storekeepers tuul Traitors Association was hold in the shire hall on Friday evening last. There were present Messrs. K. L. Grano (president), F. (J Grano, W. K. l'mtt, Jas. K«ru'.cr,* 0* l'\ Sauer, J. Iiett, \'. S. r.alor, J. V. K. Jones, A. J. liossiter, anil W. ci Growse (lion, secretary). The treasurer, Mr.*G. F. Saner, re ported a credit balance of ,£:J 9s Od, and.the number of members 21. ' Mr. Salter referred to the placing of bills in shop windows, which should not ba countenanced unless paid for by travelling shows. lie hud seen bills in windows which he had refused, be cause the fee had not been paid. The President concurred with Mr. Sauer. It was a matter that should bo seen to by all members of tlio As sociation, yet it served to show want of unity. There were tiiin who re fused to join tlio Association, nor could tlicy bo induecd to join when told of the important matters they wero aiming at. ]-[0 instanced t...

Publication Title: Gippsland Standard And Alberton Shire Representative
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