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POLITICAL. NOMINATION'S FOR THE LACHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

POLITICAL. ' I NOMINATIONS FOR THE LACHLAN. Political matters nro tho all absorbing topic iu HilUton just now, and we boliove the comiug contest will bo tho kardest battle ever fought for Tho Laohlan teat. Tho nominations wero formally announocdbyMr, J. M. Fullarton, Returning Officer, on Mon day ut noon, iu tlio prtcenco of a small ciowd. Ho said ho had reoeived three nomi nations, whica wero all in order, ani were aa tollowa .? — CHARLES -: : . LLE BROOME, physi cian : — NcfcfirAi d by JohuDunoau, Laoh lau MaguitT, Thomas Lowrie, John Williamson, '?'?Htobot^ Stovcnson, David Jones, and Willium Jams. JAMES GEORGE CARROLL, Agont, of 3 Adelaide-street, ' Woollihra, Sydney : — Nominated by Ewen Mnollae, James Knight, Joseph Bluolcer, William Byrnos, Allun Mclnnes, and Henry Phillips. A second nomination of Mr. Carroll was signed by— Nicholas Frederick Smith, Cliurlei Null, Cb.rle.! Lynn, Frederick Tucker Donner, John Hollis Butts, John Flynn, William Percy Ritchio, Jamoa Forrest, Jamo...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

Forty Years of Rheumatism and Three Attacks of Influx sa, DR; WILLIAMS' TINK PILLS EFFECT A MARVELLOUS CURE. «' Until a short timo ago I had not known for 40 yeara what permanent relief from pain waa,' Thus apoko Mra. T. J. Thomas, of Heathcoto, Viotoria, reoontly to a reporter. How groatly Mrs. Thomaa suffered from rheumatism, repeated attacks of influenza, onlargomont of tho livor, nnd inflamation of tho kidneys ia vividly shown by her remarks. ' I am ovor 71 yeara of age,' alie continued. ' It waa aa near as I can reinomber in '07 that I had tny first attack of rhoumatism, and these have fo'owcd mo up, ou nnd off, for 40 years. About niuo years ago my troubles wore added to by enlargement of tho livor, and thi3 in itself moro than sufficient to kill most people of my age, was aggravated by iuflammatiou of the kidneys. As you may imacino, I w*s in a very critical oonditiou for a long time, and when just about to pull to gether again auothor aevero attack of rhen maj m brought mo d...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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FARMING IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Tho Committee will be glsd to reeeiro all kinds of Farm ImploT.onts on the ground, and will award certificates wbero the jsdgos oouBider any exhibits worthy. Clasa 2— For the best collection of agri cultural implements. First prize £10 10/- — £2 2/- preseuted by Varooe, Lynn aud Co., _ XI 1/-, preseuted by J. E. Varcoe, Esq. ' £' 7;-, preaented.by sooioty, seoond £1 2/-. ?Entrnnco free. Claaa 3— For tho bast Multiplex Plough Tirst prize £3 3/-; second £2 2/.. Throo entrios, or only 15 rut prizo will bo awarded.

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FARM & DAIRY PRODUCE. SECTION P.—PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

FARM & DAIRY PRODUCE. SEOTtoN P.— i'ltODVOE. Clans 1 — For tho best lib butter (fresh) Firat prizo 10/- ; second 5/ Clasa 2— For tho beat ham. Prizo 10/- ? Class 3— For tho West side of bacon. Prizo 10/ Clasa 4— I'or the be«t 21b loaf of bomo outdo bread, mudo with hoiuo-wada yeast. First prizo 10/- ; aeoond 2/G Claaa 5— For the bestoua dozen home-made eoones. Fir«fc prizj 10/- ; seoond 2/6 Chaa G— For tlio beat bottle of tomato siiuoe. Prize 10/ Clasa 7— For thu best bottlo of pioklea. Trizo 16/ Glasa 8— For tho beat boms-inada jam. Firat prizo 10/- ; second 2/G N.B. — All jams to bo in transparent jara. All Exhibita iu oIhsjos 3 to S to bo mado by tho exhibitor. Claaa 9— For tho best variety of oakes. Prize 10/G Speaiitl prize of n Photograph album of viesva, valued at £3 3/-, presented by W. V. H. Biddell & Co,, Sydney, for tho best variety of oakes mado with I)r. Lao's Baking I'owder; secoud XI 1/- proscutud by M. MeOann, Esq.,

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

Half-Holiday Association ALTHOUGH Wednesday next (polling day) h&s been proclaimed a Public Holiday, ths stores will only obasrve the utnnl Half-Holiday. - F. KOPKE, Seoretary.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

REGULATIONS 1— Eutrioa will be received from niombera and non-mombers and oncli exhibitor will tie required live oloar days previous to tho exhibition to doliver to the asorotury an entry iu writii g, iu forms, aupplied by tho Sooioty, apooifyiug in whut section aud class or classes his exhibita aro to be en tered. Except when specially mentioned. oaoh exhibitor shall bo subjeut to an entry fee of half-a-orown for membeis, aud five nhilliugs for noii-uiembera. Lato entries double fee. All snlrios must ba ac companind by fobs, otherwise (hey will not bo received. 2 — Entry tiolteta will be isausd to oach ox hibifor. Partita in chaw) of exhibits will to produce their t-utiy tickets to tho attendant at the gate before admission.. 3— All exhibits must ba tho bona-fido pro imrtv 'f tb«-.;xbibitoiii. Exhibitors of stook ; ivilt 'bu inquired to furmsu 1'uit punicularo *4,9 in' ago aud podi«reo of oaoh oxbibity Ttluo tho breeder's name, whero such ia Vno'vii, aud mib othi r information aa t...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. The Ha*. J. J. Jennings will conduct eer wm at Naradhun school honfo on Sunday. The Lord Bishop of Riverina 13 expected to preach at Christ Chnrob, Hillston, on the first iSundity in next mouth. '; Shkauees are beginning- to put in an appear nrico i* eonsii erablo numbers, and a good many aro travelling per biko. For Children's Hacking Cough take Wood's Great Peppermint Care, 1/6 and 2/G. The raana er of Natadhan station informs as that lambmnrkinjr is completed on that property, the return being 70 per oent. On Monday lust the river was running about Ift deep past Willantbry. The water is now Within two or three miles of the town, but how muoh further it will travel is uncertain. Schoolboys are informed that the first verBe of ?? God Save the Queen ' has beon ohosen for the competition for commercial hand-writing in Section R, Class 2, on Sbow day. At the looal lands tffiee on Thursday tho following application? -vero mudo:— j. F. Edwards, homestead selectio...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. SECTION Q—NEEDLEWORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

I MISCELLANEOUS. Suction Q — Needlework. Class 1 — For tho best plain hand-needlo* work. Not over thraa artioles. Ptiio, trophy, praianted by lfenrs. Turner and Handeraoa, Sydnoy. Class 2— For the bast darning of an aid sook by girl under 10 years. Prize o- CUis 3— For the bast pair of kiittfi woollen socks, Prizo ij Clase 4— For tha best darning of an old Book or stocking ; merino or wool. Prize 5/ Clasa 5— Fur tin- best fancy wool work. One article. Priao &/- Class G— For tb.. best drossed doll by slrl under 1-1 years. Prizo 5/ Clues 7 — For tbn best dressed doll by girl undet 10 year-, Vrizu 5/ Class 8— For the beat collection of fancy work. TbrdO articles. One ».*Hoh Drawn Throad, Ivory, and Mount Mellick. Pr'Z', Brouzo ueiitre piece, v«lur £2 2/-. j rumbled by D. Jolcs and Co., Sydnoy. ClaeB 9— For tho beat done up whito ahirt and collar. Prizo «/- Class 10— Fjr the best little girl's dress, by a giri under 10 years attending school iu Hillston. Special prizo 10/G, pres...

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DISTRICT COURT. BEFORE His Honor, JUDGE ROGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

DISTRICT COURT. Before Hia Honor, Judge RoobR«. Dean and Daid v. G. Manns. This was a claim for gooda Bold and dolivorod. Verdiot by oonfession for £45 10/5, with two wit nesses espouses. Mr. Bolton appoared for plaintiffs. E, Brissenden v. E. A. Luke, olaim of £83 0/9J. Mr. Bolton for plaintiS ; Sir. Harris (instructed by Mr Raff) for defendant. There wuo a set oft of £55,' and tbe whole case reBolved ioto an adjustment of accounts. A verdiot whb given for tho plaintiff for £40, wiin cosis. I11 (vie other esses set down for hearing settlements wore arrived at. . The business concluded at 5 p.m., -vheu the court waa adjourned sine ttie.

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HILLSTON QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY, JULY 15TH, 1898. BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE ROGERS, [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

HILLSTON QUARTER SESSIONS. I Fciday, Jult 15th, 1888. Befoee His Honor Jiroaia Roseeb, The above court opened at 10 a.m., Mr. C Robcrtsou, P.M., representing the ShoriS, and the legal gontlemcn present wore Mr. !!? Harris, Crown Prosecutor, and Messrs. G. A. Bolton and S. M. Rati, solimtorj. Before the formal business of the Court commcuced, Air. Robortson welcomed His Honoj JuJge Rogers to Hills:-n, congratu h'tinc him 011 his appointment to the cirouit, auri uJJirjr liiftt uot only the pooplo of thia dibtriot but that those of tho whole of tho south-western districts shoul.! bo well pleas- d to have presiding at their high courts a judge poE3--»ping tbo ability and reputation ot His Honor Judge Rogers. M--. Bulton, 011 behalf of Mr. Ruff avd hittioolf, ttU-j cou^ra'ukted His Honor at:d expressed tho hope that tho present uppoiut niont was but a att'p ia tho directiou ot fur* tbor pr'. motion. J ud;»o Rogers thanked Mr. Roberton and Mr Bolton for their kind expressions of welcome, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

For Asthmatical Coughs and Cnlds take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/fi md 2/ (J ? Lachlan Electorate THE following it an extract from ths letlur of a well-known elcctor of the Lachlan distriot, now resident in Sydney. 'Very glad to hear that Carrell will oome off on top. It would b« a shame for tbe Lachlan electors to reject him aftsr he has been working so mach and so woll f*i hiHcleatorate. He isa slavs to his duties, and he is therouglily wrapped up in the wolfareof thedistrict, besides tbis hs is no fool and by his gentlemanly behaviour commands the resp6ct of his party and of the Q ovommont also . THE CLUB HOUSE HOTEL, HIGH-STREET, HILLSTON. fIRST - CLASS Family Hotel. Every comfort and Convenience. Special terms for permanent boarders and families. JAMES O'DONNELL, Proprietor. latter mU ^ Motel I-I I L L ST ON. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION COMBINED .WIT II' * CIVILITY AND CLlSANLlNEaS. BEDS Is. ' MEALS Is. FREE STABLINU. JAMES LAWLER IVupric'tuc. The Gladstone Hotel, HILLSTON. ...

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Presbyterian Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

Presbyterian Concert. Tubus waa a very good attendance at tho I eouom-t given on Friday evening, 15th inst., in aid of the Presbyterian Manse Fund. The concert took ylaco in Finoli's Hall, and aB u ooiueexuonco of a very reasonable tariff the demand for front seats was, in excess of thn supply, and thero was a large per oeutago of country resident' amongst tho audience. The proceedings coinmrncou punotually at the advertised time, the opening ovortur' being oontributcd by the Blisses Jennings. Mr. W. H. Clayton was programmed for a couple ot a:ngo, but wo:- uuublo to fulhl tha engage ment, and Mr Fullarton stepped into the breaoh and contributed a capital leudition of bis favorite old soug ' Let mo liko a Boldier fa'l.' Miss |Ashwnr'h sansr vry sweetly a pr?t!yV.-nja\ e .. i I. e. ' T e- . . !e\ u. ! i-scii.' A duot ' Tne army uud navy, ' (baritone and tenor), by MeBsra. Morrion audFullartou was a really good aiid deservedly applauded, nnn trHmtb::. Miss Briw uV - .-r -h considerabl...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

IMPORTANT SALE. R. W. 'STEWART Hua RocoUcd iustruolious from MESSRS. SMITH and PRINGLE, — to — Sell at Public Auction, — ON — Thursday, 28th Instant, AT HILLSTON, THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK-IN-TRADE OF THE Blacksmith & Wheelwright ing- Business, Carried on by JOHN H. BETTS, including   fill the LATEST APPLIANCES in the TRADE. Sula to oonuconoo at 11 o'clock, sharp. ;TEBM!'— OASEI. Mr A. L. P. Cameron, 'Who is a Candidate for the SuH'ranes of tlie ELECTORS of THE LCHLAN. Will ADDRESS MEETINQ-S at tho Times and Places specified Is* low HI LLSTON, Monday, 13th M-r. HOPE, Tuesday, 10th GILO UN NT A, Wednesday, 20kh .NYMAGEE, Thursday, 2 1st EREMERAN, Friday, 2 2nd EUADALONG, Saturday, 23rd CUDGELLTCO, Monday, 23th HILLSTON, Tuesday, 2(ith Mr. J. G. Carroll, WILL ADDRESS The Electors of the Lachlan IN FINCH'S HALL, OS MONDAY NIGHT, AT s O'CLOCK'.

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 30 July 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS fjROM OUR pPECIA L, pORRESPONDENT SYDNEY, Friday. Flour, roller, £d 15s. toLlO ijs. ; wheat-, nominally, 3s. (5cl; chick wheat, 2s 9d to 3s ; bran, 7d ; pollard 7fd. At the stock sales yesterday best wethers real'sed to L 3s fid., medium from . .Gs Gd : ewes, prime, 10s Gd ^ medium from Ga. Best bullocks from Ly I s. ; medium from i/3. Later. There are no fresh political developments ' this morning and nothing; will: be done till the whole situation , is discussed by the Cabinet next week. Whilst the question of Coali tion Government, is being freely discussed in political ano business circles, it is generally favoured by the latter There are still a number of returns incomplete, but will not alter tlie present position of the parties. Mr. Ly n e says that i f M r. Reid attempts to dangle with ?'Federation lie will be knocked kite high, and does not think there is any chance of a coali tion. Mr. Copeland considers a coalition the only means of getting rid of the in...

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THE ASHTON DYNAMITE SHELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 30 July 1898

THE . ASHTON -DYNA - / MITE SHELL. Hitherto -it lias been con sidered by ^experts impracti cable to fire dynamite from a gun charged with gunpowder under * present service condi tions, but Mr. Ashton in his recent experiments at the Williamstown rifle ranges, has shown that dynamite can be fired from .an ordinaiy field piece. : iv. . u-pounder: gun, mounted on four wheels, was used. It was about 8 feet , in length; and weighed 4 owt. A charge of powder, weighing 2-cPb,/ this being abo.ve its registered firing capacity, was put in and tamped, and then thc shell charged with gelignite was put 111 at the muzzle,' The sliell was a hollow picco of bronze ; but it- is intended -for regular . use ,. to make it of forged steel, and the trial showed that it could resist the force of the gu n 's discharge. Four or five .shells were fired, and; 0*1 each oecusion the ex plosive compound within the shell was kept intact. One of the interesting' features of nis shell is that it may be fired from ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 30 July 1898

? :??????? . UM I'.IMMJ.A.S Were dosorihed i-. *.».»« diitLionnrif.i at portable penthonses t« u.rry in a person's hand to screen him from violent rain or heat.' They wore ijurodnood -will: s'une trembler into Knyhind ah nit- 1 77v%». punplc, even to-day. ohjuol to usin^ ih in, and prefer on a iniuy day to get.wei, know, inif- that wlien th-.-y ^ :t hoine' a dose of ' ,o;fo'« .SclinappK will act ai a o ruin pre ventive tticiinsi tlit-ir catching i'ol.( u U wvll.to rom-mher that :hi.s n ?, »or isimitated gT'u i'ly, .and t ? buy whole bullies to engird polling tlie genuine liquor.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 30 July 1898

LONDON, Thursday. During his examination in bankruptcy Hoolev stated that his partner had received L47S,000 between September. 1885 and September, 189 G, though lie only put L300 into the business It cost LI 00, 000 to obtain the names ot tlie directors to the front' of the prospectus of the Dunlop Tyre Company. He could give a' list of newspapers as long as his arm which had received money for press booms, includ ing the Pall Mall Gazette. The leading American liivoa agree that Spain must sur render Cuba and Puerto Rico and accept an American pro tectorate over the Phillipines; ihe war party oppose any .?peace negotiations until Puerto Rico and Manilla are cap tured. Later. _ Ihe Japanese - newspapers favour the retention of the Phillipines by .America or England. Friday. President McKinley is try ing to ascertain the wishes 'of the nation with regard to : the terms of peace. The Jingo party, are ?? clam ouring for a retention of the Phillipines. ..The Spanish- newspapers con sider...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 30 July 1898

GOLDSBROUGH, MORT & CO, LID. ANNUAL MEETING. . The ordinary general meeting of the above was recently held in Melbourne and a satis factory report of the progress of the company was submitted. Although the exports c' wool from Australia for the year, show a deficiency of 173,000 baleb, the sales of the coa pany, showed an increase, 117,350 bales of wool haviDg bean sold in Melbourne aud Sydney, and 16,329 bales sbippr i to London for disposal, malting a total of 133, 6S8 bales dealt with during tho season. During the year £7S,750 mortgage on the company's premises had been paid off, so that the whole of their buildings and properties are now free from debt. The roport shows that the company has the command of a large per* manent capital at almoBt nomiual rates of intgrest. About £1,000,000 ia employed in the company's operations, for which the only obligation ns regards payment of interest is for the 4 per oont, per annum on the £1,191, 400 ' A ' irredeemable stock. Thus the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 30 July 1898

Sleeplessness, Weariness, Loss of Appstite. Now Enjoys Good Health ! Mr. Hiehiird Gibh.s, Merry-Street, I'loken Hill, N. S. \V. , writes on June :!rd 1897 In writing this I wish to ?wpress r.iy thanks for your more than valuable Clements Toni.-, for it has - tired me of an illness of which I do not know the name. The symptoms were similar to those described in one of your pamphlets by Mr. Patrick Quinn of this town, viz., sleeplessness, weariness, loss of appetite. My arms and bauds would lie quite useless at. times. I never knew what, it wa» to have a calm sleep ; it. was always broken by bad dreams, aud consequently unre. freshing. .1 became morose and dei. pond.int. I lost flesh 1 stren'ah rapidly. About this time I commenced n course of Clements Tonic, nnd I found almost instantaneous benefit. I hive certainly taken a quantity of Clements Tonic, but T am thankful to nay not without benefit, for I no longer suffer from any of tbe old symptoms, but now enjoy good health, and will ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 30 July 1898

A Sensation for Hillston ! The Salon Biographe AND BETTINI MICROPHONE. opens in a special BROWN MARQUE FOR Shew Heek. GIVING THREE EXHIBITIONS NIGHTLY AT 7, 8, & 3, p.m. Showing Living Pictures Life Size. NP The Biog raphe is a perfect im , □ , provement on the Cinematographe showing the Living Pictures beau tifully clear and steady, all life size, and in natural color. AMONGST the subjects shown are — The Latest Melbourne Cup (Gaulus win ning), Arrival of Lord and Lady Brassey and Suite, Cup Day, Newbaven and Traiuer, the Gold Escort from Klondike, Gladstone's Funeral leaviug Westminster Abbey, Lon don, Mexioans Lassooing Wild Horses, Street Scenes ia Melbouruo and Loudon, The Paris Express Corbett-Filzsimmons Fight, Sea Bathing, The Danoiug Girls iu New York, and a host of othets. Ladies ! See the Biographe ! And you will be delighted. I§®' Change of Programme at each ex hibition. Admission, 1/-. ST. HILL & MOODIE, Direo.ora. WOOL PACKS WOOL PACKS aooLracKsi 'v *VV...

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