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SULPHUR AS A FERTILISER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

SULPHUR AS A FERTILISER. Kxperiiuenls carricd out hoth in Ger many and in J-'runco coulirmrecent re I»oj tL iw> to tlm fertilising action of flow on* of sulphur upon tho soil. In tho trial* « dressing oi !X) lb per actv, applied in l'Vhruury, a >hort timo hi.-foro tho cropb vvitc nown, had a iii'luTicial cifeet upon harh-y and r.vc. ill': InaU'il portion* i»f th,> crop* v.nr r»ti>, ami had a brighter green co lor than the untreated ; 'nil no ;u:< ount o| the (Jilk'H'iHif. in yioitl l> given. J h» Fr.-noit experiment's nere intended l'» throw lighl upon the eauV <»| th^iei tiiiMng action of sulphur. T)«o wmw inth heen >aid to ho the destruction of injurious haclcriu in tho .-.oil, and tlio conclusion of the investigator*. agrees thai Ilii~» is partly the wise. But it is ooiiclmhd aho that the chemical acUo" of t-ho sulphur has HOMO olfect. Sul phuric acid i» gradually formed, and this ; not only snplie* sulphur to the plan Is. | hut also h.lp- ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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"YOUR FLOUR OR YOUR LIFE!" BARGAIN AT PISTOL'S POINT. PIONEER'S REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

YOUR FLOUR OR YOUR LIFE!" lliVHOAIN AT l'ISTOI.'S POINT. I'lONKKU'S IMOMINISCKNOKS. I\ on-eyed anil alert, there live.-, at kew (writes the Melbourne eorrespon <loiit of the "Sun") an old man verging mi '.K), who spends his days tending his ilower garden, He is ono of tho Murd.v pioneer's of Victoria's beginning, and tolls interesting stories of tho time ulk-n tlu» foundations of tho State were being laid. His was ono of tho old country families <»t* ('.upland, whoso fortune, while never largo, dwindled down to a few thousands in tho time of his father. Thrusting prejudices aside, the latter decided to work hard in a new country, and make his own fortune, instead of living in coinparativo idle ness at hoiiM, With his wife and children, a house in sections ready lor erection on arrival, and a slock* of turniluie, ho hoarded the Canton in ISIS to voyage to Adelaide whert* lie had atrrady purchased some land as n speculation. Adelaide was only a term then. There w...

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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. Friday, March 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

CUUCA STOCK MARKET. Friday, March 13th. I . Shackell, White & Co. report: Cattle-The entry was again a small one. Competition for ' fat cattle was brisk, and prices fully up to late rates, but in several in stances owners' reserves were too high, and, as a consequence, the sales were hard to effect.' We sold:-Fat bullocks, fair, £6 10s; fat steers, light, £5 8s to £5 18s; line of springers £6. Sheep: There were 256 fat sheep and lambs yarded. The sheep market was a reflex of the cattle market. Owners' reserves were high, buy ers were indifferent, and sales were dull, though prices showed no material! alteration. We sold: crossbred wethers, good, £l 0s6d; crossbred ewes, good, 18s 3d; crossbred lambs, good, 17s 6d; merino wethers, fair, 17s 3d. Pigs: A good entry and brisk market. We sold:-Baconers, good, £$ Ss to .£3 ils; light do. £> 10s to £3 Is; slips 17s to £l; small weaners, 12s to 14s.

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. 5th March. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

nKxruco j'le; markkt. 5th March. Mason Bros report " A fair number of piss forward for this week's sale. Baconers and porkers were evenly represented, but there was only a moderate pen ning of store pigs. Local buyers were in attendance, but were not active, consequently a dragging sale resulted. Quotations:-Best baconers, j64 to £\ 4S; medium do. £3 Ss to .£3 13s; 1 iK111 do. £3 to £3 6s; porkers jC- 10s to £2 15s; stores £l 10s to £Z\ suckers and slips, 18s to 23s.

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COMMERCIAL. KERANG PIG MARKET. Friday March 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

COMMERCIAL. KI-RANG I'lC; MAKK1-T. Kriday March 13th. Andrew S. Muir & Co. report having held their usual fortnightly pig sale ill their bazaar oil the above date for which a ^ood supply of both fats and store pins came to hand. Prime baconers were in strong demand, and ruled firm at late rates. Light weight baconers and porkers were a shade easier than the previous market.. Stores met with Rood competition, but prices were much easier than the previous market. We yarded 59 fats and 43 stores. Quotations: Prime baconers ,63 17s 6d to £-\ 7s; 1 iff!it weight do. £3 6s to 13s: porkers IDs 6(1 to £,1 17s 6d; stores, best, £> 8s 6d to Li. 14s others £i 16s to slips £\ 7s 6d; roosters Is id. Land ,SAI.I:S. Andrew S. Muir & Co. report having sold on account of Mrs K. Royan, her "Glenroy" Kstate, con taining 1332 acres freehold and 400 acres leaseholcf together with the whole of the stock, plant, and household furniture at a highly satisfactory price, Mr Ogilvic Wat son,...

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GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

GUNBOWKR. , . j Everybody here is looking for ( ward to the local Hospital Demon stration which is to take placc next Sunday on a pretty spot at Stony Crossing, just across the Gunbower Creek. A special and delightful feature will be the performances of the crack lichtica Federal Band. Many visitors are expected, for whom afternoon tea will be pre pared. Several members of Parlia ment, intend, if possible, to be present, and a fine gathering is cxpected. The collections will be divided between two deserving in stitutions- the Gunbcwer Hush Nursing Association and Kchuca Hospital. Ax KXPIVRT IRRIOATIONIST. Mr. Jacobs, a successful Mildura irfigationist, who has been visiting the Swan Hill and Rochester dis tricts during the past week or two, declared that the former settle ment was famous for its crops of tall thistles. One of the secrets of his own success, he said, was the fact that in his milking shed he kept a vehicle on four wheels and capable of carrying 15 cwt. of manure. Into...

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MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

MACORNA. The monthly meeting'of the Pro gress Association was held on Saturday night last; Mr. J. An drew, vice-president, in the chair. Approval was expressed at the great improvement in the water supply. It was decided-to remind the council of their promise to put a stone crossing for foot traffic op posite Mrs. Frascr's store. It is hoped that this work will be com pleted before the winter. Some of the footpaths here are about 30 feet too wide. The Association hopes in time to have them narrowed and loan led. This would- widen the | road, which would be an advan j tage. I A meeting of parents was called for March 4th to elect a school committe, but as not enough put in an appearance to form a quorum the meeting was postponed until March 12th. The attendance that night was better, but it was a diffi cult matter to induce seven persons to nominate for- the committee. Mr; Darvall was electcd president, Cr. R. Richardson correspondent, and the other members were Mrs. Darvall, Messrs....

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"GRINNINIG" POLITICIANS. AN AMUSING BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

-"GRINNINIG" POLITICIANS. ; AN AM USING JtANQUJiT. America's iamous Gridiron Club, which exists Tor tho purpose ol ban queting-nmi "grilling" public - celebri ties,'. "uiitort-uined"'.' many guiwts at Washington one night rcceiiily, mclud mg nearly all the members ol . ilia .Cabinet, .several representatives of for eign Governments, .senators, repr&.sonta t»ves> and men- prominent in business ami pioR'Sbioiiul Jiie.- President Wil son,, who was conhned to the White Houso by uitluenza, was tho only not able absentee, and his placo wa<? taken for tho owning by Mr; Marshall, the Vice-President ot the United States. After dinner many ilhistratiot^ were given by nieinlKrs oi tho .club with tho object of showing that pubhc banquets aro not.nece.Hsarily. dismally lormal a I fairs, and that much may be done to replace tho long speeches by an element,-, of ooinedy and pantomime. To fulfil its purpose the Gridiron Club will not , bo content until tho* formality of public...

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STATIC SCHOOL ACQUATIC CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

STATIC SCHOOL ACQUATIC CAK XIVAL. , A public carnival was held at the Kerung water tower baths on Wed nesday afternoon, in aid of funds to provide further accessories for the State School baths. There was a large attendance of enthusiasts, in cluding a dctatchmcnt of boy com petitors from the Cohnua School tinder the superintendence of Mr I'eart, the head master. Follow ing were the winners in the various we vents: SWIMMING. School Hoys, any age, 50 yds, C. English 1; J. Robinson 2. Girls race, Sisters 1 and 2. ' " ? Men's race. 60 yards. G. O'Con nor!; J. W. Hamilton 2. Jioys tinder J3yrs, first heat, Rangott 1; 2nd lieat G. Perrin; 3rd heat H. Dunn; Filial, Binns 1; Rangott 2. Breast stroke, 60 yards (men), R. Simmons 1, S. Roberts 2. Hoys Breast Stroke J. Robertson 1, K. Binns 2. Most graceful dive A. Roberts. Ladies Dive Miss Turrell. Squadron Race, Swan Hill School 1 and 2. Young Ladies Race Misses: Tur rell, 1 and 2. Hack Sroke A. Roberts. Messrs F. Ii, Beaurepaire (State scoo...

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SELLING FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

SELLING FERTILITY. ']]»'. JiMiiuui.uieo iH icrlilily is a bu g. r and broancr prubi.jm'"'in..n now tu utilise Homo res.iuiivs to auvaniatv-«, aitU now io buy lot uwiAvrs coono.uu any. mo t..inu j- ...mm a u»k li.m u., "Uuw iMCi.ii fi ruiM.\ <>ut I .riling JiiJiu ^ my b;11 ot i>:;tnv food h'oin which we draw a Mnali s*np]).y each ytai . it is xio« uUr a Inn i.4 v.ue.u- co li.: drawn on cacti year ui..d exhausted, lv.-cau->o a ;> con stantly uocivmg n»w n,od lm-n ;:ie. ductty ,> piauU, ueaiher.ng ur :-.i'.n.. . and u;i, r autiiOfbr Unt civppr!-;; Uv\. 'iciO'.jf Lnerr'Yaiue loi temporarily av lousw .J'nis pistil J'<»« «i i'. Do ng snipped c;if in buuotyeggH, hay, corn, jippk-s, wheat-, cotum, potatoes, and in every m-iier or up that goes to market. /ue icrtility .hat goes olf in erup.-» never return* to Una land, lint some crop*, or part ol' them, stay on iho iiirm. I'm-so arc tlio crops thai aio ud to Muck and the manure iv luun.d to thu lurid. A H...

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KERANG. ST. PATRICKS SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

KKRANG. * ST. PATRICK ,S SPOKTS. The St. Patrick's Sports Club -held their annual. meiting at .Alexandra- P?rk on Tuesday m .glorious autumn weather, a circum stance that greatly favored the at tendance, which was a large one. and also the enjoyment. A particu larly attractive feature was the ?playing of the St Augustine Or phanage Band, which specially journeyed from Melbourne in order to be present. Dressed in dark uniforms with red facings, the juvenile performers headed the afternoon procession to the grounds, among those following beirfg the scholars from the local Good ?.Samaritan School, all arranged in "Whtte. aiul each with a conspicu ous piece of green ribbon'pinned to .his or her breast. Later the musi cians discoursed a choice pro gramme of music from the band stand, winning universal expres sions of admiration for their dici -jlline and skill. The equestrian -^events attracted fairly large fields, and there was some good racing. "The proceedings passed off w'.'hoat k li...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER It ciinui ns i« shock tr> probably «} per ocnt. of married women .to r«i.1 thf othi-r lmifiuiiu Unit in hn\ uijl P"> mUnl nt the nllur, or in tl"> ''est T0«" of thoir parents house, or wnoroN < r 11 JO most intonating ceremony in which thov l.i.vn tsikei, part »<>s perform* t" ;,!".v Hu.ir liiKliiincl-i, they hn<1 Inttl huim'Ivi's open to t.he nrcnsntions Immhd out. witli hn-ntli-suspeiKliiiB iroo dotn l.v Imly sj».*rtk»'rs at. » ineetinu of thi- Women's I'olitic.it Association Mm previous ovniiiK- Tlio lndy »i>Tkor,j prov.-d to tlicir oivn satisfaction, mnl presnninhlv to that of the.reform on thinnsiasts who formed their nndiono, that. tln> word "ohev" in tlio marriiiRo si-rvico was degrading (o both hnsbawl and wife- that it was at tho root of every itisiilt and injury to tho com munity; Hint it land.- out man to !>« n tyrant, woman a slave, nod Rave tho child wrong views of niamel life; in short it was a disg...

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THE FOWL TICK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

THE FOWL TICK. Circular No. 170, or tho Bureau 01 Entomology .of the Unicod Stutea De partment- of Agriculture deals with the io»i'l tick. The author bWfces that the earliest record of the occurrence of the fowl tick in America was publihhui m lS'i'2, and lio is of opinion that the post is practically identical with the Persian luwl lick. At tho present iluio it does iis most serious harm iu Texas and oiher somhern and western warm por tions of the United plates. The tieK is known ID be a serious enemy to poul try in Portia, Jndia, Southern lin>sia. Homnaniu, North and South Alrica, Australia, West imhes, Jlexien, Pana ma, and Uracil, and although Uio do mestic fowl ia the nuiinal most liciju ently attacked, turht'ys, gecM.-, pigeons, ostriches, and even canaries have been known lo Milfer from its attacks. The loss occasioned by Uio creature is pro duced iu several ways. First, death may result among poultry ot all age*, seoond, tlio vitality of tho fowl may be lowered so as to m...

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WEE WEE RUP TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

WEE WEE RUI\. ; TKXNTS. The Horton awl Wee Wee Rup ? clubs met on the ground of the ' latter on the 14th inst., play re sulting in an easy win for Horton. ? Afternoon tea %vas provided by the :Wee Wee Rup club, and was much appreciated by players and visitors. ? The first-mentioned players are ^members of the Horton club. Gents' Doubles : Peace Bros, beat *;S. Southern and Symonds, beat Cousins-and H. Southern, lost to I ?A. Southern and.F. Smith. Borne man and Hilderbrandt beat Cousins and H. Southern, beat A. Southern and F. Smith, beat S. Southern and j . Symonds; Martin and Ksler beat . A. Southern and F. Smith, beat H. Southern and Cousins, beat S. Southern and Symonds. Ladies' Doubles : Misses Peace and Hore beat Mrs Cousins and Miss Leech, beat Misses Wright and O'Brien; Misses Fehring and Morris beat ?'Misses Wright and O'Brien, beat < Mrs Cousins and Miss * - Leech. Mixed Doubles: Borneman and Miss Fehring beat S. Southern and Miss Wright; Ksler and Miss Hore :;'...

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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

AGRICt lmpmfoct clucr ©auKcs or oroharotrees dying. Usually tho grower attributes tho loss of his trees lo every known disoaso before giving the drainago system rea sonable consideration. it matters not whether footrot ho in lootious or nut, prevention m better than cure, and il such sheep as are htiuo aro removed from tho Hock, they can bo attended to moro effectually and readily, and tho disease cured moro quickly than if allowed to run with tho remainder of tho flock. Milk .should always bo heated in jack eted vessels NO thau it will not get burned. Tho practice of introducing hvtf steam into milk uk a means ol heating is most objectionable. Sediment is olton carried in tho stoam from tho boiler, and uhero water softening com pounds aro used, tho milk will become^ tainted. i)'I:i j»i,ixmni;>s viscosity at a ?r .,{. :\Z u> ;.<» d-«.vV. t«M-ot -.(liiiv jjvJir, . -...??<*.' iVv viV-osiiy. vt, jnUk nay be' by iaMng ! \u- pipettes and measuring ai o:m a qua...

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District News. MEAD. CONGREGATIONAL ANNIVERSARY GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

District News. (From our Correspondents.) MliAD. CONUKKGATIONAI. awivknsakv (i.VTIIKKJNC. Tile anniversary of the Cullen Congregation:)! Church, of wliich tl>e Rev. Iv. linker is the minister, WHS celebrated last Thursday by a public tea and concert at the Mead Mechanics' Institute. A good number of the members of the con jrregation and their friends sat ?down to- tea, the nicely-decorated tables being under the able presi dency of Mesdames J. and W. Strachan, C. IT. M'Donald and a bevy of young lady assistants. There was a well-filled hall for the concert, presided over by Cr. J. McK. King, J.l\ The contri butors included Miss Lily I'indley (Leitchville), who sang, "Love's old Sweet Song'' and another popu lar UUIHIkt in her best style; Mr. Oscar Sharp, whose song, " My (o!d Shako," was much appreciated. ,'He responded to an encore with "Down the Vale." Miss May Findlay was warmly encored for a recitation, and afterwards favored ".with the song, "Till Death.'' The Rev. lidgar. B...

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FRENCH ARMORED AEROPLANES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

FRENCH ARMORED AERO PLANES. it appears that tho (.Jerman War J)opartmont took the lend in protecting aeroplanes by armour plating anil al ter thistho idea was taken np in 1' ninety where several armoured Jlyers were to ,bo seen at .the hist Paris show. However, the I'Vcnch Army did.not go extensively into the ?matter bctore at tention was called to it by two events, one being the experiments made at Um Toulon arseual iu iirhigupon aeroplane* laot year, and the second the mulls ot tli;> iirst war in tho Balkans. it was then recognised that ail aeroplanes were vulnerable when llying- uelow .lUOOtt.., and with the present system oh obs.ni-*"ig, n machine needs to ily as low as ^OOU to 2ol)0l't'. in- order to «ee the state of ajlairir on the ^ronnd. It would thus he exposed to artillery and iulantry iiro,- Two solutions were pi'e sonwd for protecting aeroplaiies, Jirsf to armour plato for the men, motor and devices,. or only. to protect the aeroplauo gnns, and in this wise keep, tho ...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

Personal. The friends of Mrs. William: I.onguiore, formerly of Cullen, will be pleased to know- writes our. Patlio correspondent - that lier health has so far improved as to . enable her to leave Patho on Tues-. J day for liclntcn, en route for her.' . home at Albert Park, by Wedties- ." (lay evening's train. Mr. L. H. Manchester, veterir]- v nry surgeon, of Pyramid,'.has just succeeded in obtaining the. degree of Batchelorof Veterinary Science at the University of Melbourne. The -following gentlemen, \vero .-: elected a local board of guardians at:the annual meeting of the Mead Church of Iiimland, the' liuinber having lxien red need to" * four: Messrs O. Manners, Waite, Ander- : son and J. II. Nicholl. Miss Caroline Toll, of /I/fitch i ville, who was brought, into Miss t I Caffins private hospital last week, i suffering from an acute attack of j piietimonia lias, her friends will be pleased to learn, much improved, and the critical stage of the lines* is now considered past. Mr Dav...

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MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

MARKETS. ?MoiboujiH*, Tuo-sday. WHKAT AND OiUKii J'uUDljt-b. \\ heat.- A little, tuoiigii not- pro iuumtHMl, belter ie.lin^, iiu* been no lieuable on spot, thouga iiio hmiu-d oi Jcung and tliu low inqmne.-i hum buy ers iiitvo made iho marker a narrow mii;. I'm- purojls uiniiK^xlo, a/!IJ u> tyll) u qtiou-d, with Muali sales at >.«» . prices; while about JUUO baga ImVu Uu'-'n sold ex biding Ktoro- at 3/Uj. .. .i'1oui\*~Tha>\^;oci;raoii': price": cal consumption is £.)' delivered. ' I Bran nnu Pollard.- -Tiie Association j price lor both articles i> JCo/oj de livered. HarJey Primo Kugiisii malting k quoted at 3,5 lo 3yG, good at 3/2 to i.i, I. Pearling ha* been sold at 2/3 X" '2;,'). IVinio Cape mulling i.s hrm and searee at 2/G to 1good being quot ed at 2;' to 2/IJ. Cape pearhng worth 2,2 to -/^. Oats, -TIm market is lirm, wn.li good demand lor toed at full jprices. itood Algerian milling arc quoted about J/il, heavy fi'ed at J/10, i medium at J/t^ to 1/UJ. A fair i»i io's...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

OF MURAL INTEREST tJJy ''itusticus.") rJto message irom Tatura telling o) tho exodus of laruiers irom the im. areas is not pleasant reading. Hut, that .sort of iking must bo ex pected. llio Australian is brought ».j< io regard high j-jiaws ;tml easy-going nwtiUHis as t-no most de-sirnblo wav io work tho land, and bo Jong as wien are big spaces obtainable at low prices, no is going to go ivhe.ro thoy an- »inn<' |nan tako up uio intense culture tn;u is tho first essential to success in nt/ . Ration ;irc«s. 'J'iio thing to do i.s to endeavor to roplaco him with indus trious peoplo from older lands, where tho fascination ot tho wide spaces has not i-.\cr«n>wl iiH dfeet. it would, ol course, be inJinitoly prel'erablo to hav. I he nativo-born working tho /and as should 1)0 worked, but they cannot be compelled to resist tho call of tho big spaces, X#>ko tho ''.Legion, that novor wM 1'stWr1 th^y^yiu^t dciiiinue. to bo the "dusty foroloopotV who nro '.breaking tho...

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