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Open Column. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "ARGUS.") [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

©pea C/Otamffle (to the editor of the ' AnGBs;') Sir, — Five other residents of th« Craigie district besides myself became guerautors ? tJ tho Postmaster-General for interest o-a co&t of erecting telephonic communication and operator's salary, but owing to tbe prohibitory stock tas of Victoria, the great reduction in the value of all stock, and me bad times commercially, the receipts have not come up to expectations, and consequently vre were called upon to make good tho deficiency. Correspondence has been going on during the past twelve months, and our greatest difficulty hither to has been to get us all to meet together so as to come to an unanimous decision. Having sought the assistance of our worthy representative in Parliament, Mr, W. H. Wood, who, by the contents of his letter to me of yesterday, hsis managed to possibly reduce our liability by 50 per cent unless we are pigrheaded enough to refuse to adopt his suggestion. His let ter, which is, appended, apeaks for its...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Delegate Land Court. WEDNESDAY, 11th FEBRUARY, 1896. (Before the Local Land board, Messrs. A. C. Betts (chairman), H. M. Joseph, and W. R. Newton.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

-- -Dielegate. Land Court. Wednesday, 11th Fedruahy, 1896. (Before tho Local Land Board, Messrs. A. C. Belts (chairman), H. M. Joseph, and W. R. Newton). C.L, 94-18, COO acres, Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd. ; confirmed for 600 acres, ront 2£d per acre. C.P, 95-9, 80 acres, and C.L. 95-3, 240. acres, William Clear, jun. ; confirmed for 80 acrea and 240a, rent Hd per acre. C.P. 9S-13. 156 acres, Donald H. McKay ; confirmed for 151^ acres. C.P. 95-24, 40 acres, and C.L. 95-15, 120 acresj Samuel Crawford ; no appear ance; nest sittings. A.L. 95-16, 300 acres, Chas. Commons ; application withdrawn. A.L. 95-18, 640 acres, Norman G. Wait; recommended 640 acres, rent 1-^d. per acre. . , A.L. 95 19, 1220 acres, Donald H. M'Kay ; recommended 1920 acres, rent Id. per acre, A,L, 19-20, G40 acreB, James Haydenjj; yecommonded 640a, rent Id per acre. ? ALs. 95-25-20, 640 acres each,. Win. Ryan ; recommended 640 acres in each case, reqt 1^-d per acre each. A.L. 99-2, 200 acres, Arthur Stua...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

'?Ao Wo Hardaker* v ' PRACTICAL WATCHMAKEE, JEWELLER. ' l and ELECTEOPLATEB. ? ' (Next door to Mibo Wiioon'e Dressmaking ' ^ \ Eotablipbmenfc). . Every description of WATCHES, CLOCKS, ' , JEWELLERY, &.c, cleaned and ropairod. Ahh Woee Qdicelt and Neatly Executed. CHARGES TO SUIT THE TIMES. (?Zf IToto tha Addre^T : WILL.IAM STREET, DELEGATE. -~ '' FKE5DBBIC DUKE Surgical and Mechanical ' , ' DEWTIST, COOHA. Niat vi it, MOIfDAT, MARCH 2Qd till /I SATURDAY MAllUH ?-Sfc Dayo Only -S \ Teeth Pdinlo«Bly Eitraofcod under Nitrous Oxicto Qao f 1

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

MOWS 2SEL& MotCS. ? Altogether about £'10e-00O,000 worth of gold has been -won in Australia. ? Yankee Doodlo ib pure blended Vir- ; ginian. — Advt, Sir George Dibbs only received hie nomination to tho Savings Bank manage montship b\- a majority of one vote. It io computed that N.S.W.- will receive ? 80,000 tons of wheat from California during the lirat quarter of the new year. Smokors who once try the now Yankee ? . Doodle take it before any other. — -Advt. Dr. Hodgson, whom Mr. Copeland de feated for Belmore Division, advocates compulsory voting. The truant elector had better beware. . ?',?.?? The conference oikPromiers in Sydnoy was a substantial step in tho direction of Federation. Tho Ministers unanimously recognised the necessity and urgency of union. R. D. Meogher's father died before hearing of bis sou's arroa'fc. Ho heard, however, of the confeasion and disin- ' herited ' Dick ' In favor of his aunt. Yankee Doodlo Tobacco increased its yearly oale over 100 percent. W...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

**~ , Current Topics. ^ - By Wayfareb. The idea that Federation can be pushed -forward by some six or Beyen pursy , ' gentlemen, solemnly meeting in Sydney, ' -winking at one another aB thpy Bit down . ,-to a luncheon — lasting for two solid hours by the Post-ofHoo clock — in the Colonial Secretary's Office, then, smiling ' at each othor as ' thoy dine together in ;the Hotel Australia, and finally putting their tongues in their cheeks as the?y toddle off togother arm-in-arm to a ttheatre afterwards, causes a smile. These artnual oonferoncea of Premiers -will no ' moro assist the Federal idea than the Primitive Methodist Conference, or the ,/ Weoleyan Conference, or conferenceo o£ , any othor denomination. Besides, this ' last oonforonco was not oven a ooufer , ' enco of Proraiors — it was a meeting of Ministers only, tict,, and nothing more. ' The subjects, discnsoed at tlio conference , 4 Wero all of great importance, hut they 1 could not he settled at a picnic of Premiora 'and Min...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Laws Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

Laws Mating t© Newspapers. 1, If subscribers order the discontinue anco of their periodicals^ the publisher may continue to send them:' till arreaia are paid. ' ? '? 2. If subscribers refuse or neplect to take periodicals from the post ofiice or otner pmce to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered the periodi cals to be discontinue. 3. If subdcribers move- to other locali ties without informing the publishers, and their papers are sent to their former ,«? direction, the subscribers are responsible. i^Si^\ 4. The courts 'have decided that 're- '^P^ fusing to take periodicals from the office ^V or removing or leaving them uncalled ' for, is prima facie evidence oi' intentional „ t w fraud,' x^\\ 5. i f subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are Lound to gi\e no tice to the publisheis at the end of the- f ' v time that they do not -wish to continue- } taking it, otherwise tho publishei is ' iv authorised to send it ...

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Fitful Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

?:? ,'? ? ??-?'?!? v;1—:' ?/(.'*- .-.? !jf^i'ii)-rfviafi-i./;;:,-j, ;/. ;';.ii !;.'?? .!,. V-' , ?_ ; ? '.: ./;CBvi;pwHEua.3:v^^!;v;;-i;:^^-;^ :M^'~'J^fW«''?ne3uead)^^Tbo;^:'y'i feather ; ;'ia, still veiy'.w&?mJ!-,l:;%quo$eo^::''^ .this to indicate. .,the ^'reniarkablefseaQpn':'/ ft;!-' ?%?,- .?^®ny.^8 ?e?Deriencingj:..:;JIeye'-;in ?::'.?? ';?!? Delegate, .tqo^/tlio last few; riights-liate? -'If^f been .hotter .than many Mooaro ?midsuinT :;: j v^r Vnor nights.. Water is still, scarce ;;iii';; 0:- M '-;' inpfny., placea( ;.It oaems that Wvalonff ;v ? . hao Lfad.some trpnblp over its ^ater, sup- : '.' ' , .' : ply.- ? ^liere ,^G/t^o ,.^ams,; and neither V ; ti' is.sufficient'fpr'tiao .^piace;... The. .people V; ^ liayo hold meetings, sent lottora, wprked :'- li.- '??? ''??! the. rn'einber, done exerything. possible .. to ' i , :,f ' .gefaprpper water dam. ? -As they;liavB.'; ;]';li; not yet oucceeded I suppose they. are/all, ?.'?'?$?? oaying:. Waterdain shame 1.. ?.?? \ .'?.??...

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Postal notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

' Postal notes. -Sl v ' The public are now afforded tho oppor- ' lv tunity of transmitting famall sums of money through the Post within the colony, and to Queensland, Victoiia* South Australia, and Tasmania, bv means of Postal Notes. . Postal Notes of the following values may be obtained at any Money Order Office m the colony on payment of tho poundage specified in connection there with : — ' Value Poundage Value .P'd'ge s d d s d d 10 1 5 0 ' 2 16 1 7 02 2 6 1 10 0 3 3 0 1 ' 15 o 8 4 0 1 20 0 4 New South Wales Notes when paid in the other colonies named, and those of euch colonies when paid in New South Wales, will bo subject to a chaige equal to tho poundage payable for Notes of similar value sn the paying colony Persons may remit odd pence up to fid by afhsxng unobUtorated postage stomps - to the face of the Postal Notes, and the value^ of the etumps affixed thereto will be paid-on presentation. A Postal Note may bo crossed, and the postmaster shall refuse to pav ifc t . to a ban...

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Seaside Scenes and Reminiscences. "Break, break, break, At the foot of thy crags, O Sea." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

if ill! 9. 18! |is«inceii::;| R W Jrt ^^^M^^:^^^f^^'^-'f-- |f;&r^4?V-)^A^.fcnd;foot-of thy cra^B,:OS»ai' .' . ..- : !'/ !'}\ So ':'. sang ! Alfred, Lord Tennyson, that : sweet Biuger of not long -ago,- ore borne ;..~- on such, a tide as moving seemed asleep, he crossed - tho bar, 'put out to Eoa.': And Lord. Byron- loved thoe; Ocean I and ? has told ua he waa ' ao it were a child ';?: . of tuee. Many otuor oweot. singers have found rich food for the muse in ' the illimitablo blue,' for the Soa is evor changof ul. Its ourfeco, sensitive in the extromo, answers to oach movement of the air above — now tieinbling, and rip pling when the zephyr fano its face ; now'dancing in delight with the fresh north-ardor ; now, vhon tho wind blows fitrongly, it is frowning, Trotting, thun dering on tho rocky reofo r nd orugs, and boating, soaring on the Gundy ohuio But in ther -:alm, I cry a triiiio ti- tho ' dolce far niente.' How ploisant to li.- on the golden sand, and, like tho lotuti-ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

'XTTTILL the person who took Cl»ud, by ' ' T V 'mistake, from the Aesunbly Hell, Delegate, ? on tho night of the 17th March, kindly return same to Asgus Office. Delegate Pound. IMPOUNDED from Town Common, by order . of the Truoteea, ono BLACK HOESE, branded like E off ohouldor, coro baok. f If notroloacod will bo oold at thio pound at noon on Tan oday, 2nd April, 1898. GEOEGE T. UOEEISON, : Poundkcopar. o. ?-??? ? ' &&Q E3was?d 'ftTHTTIIiL bo givon by mo for ouch informa .'?'. ' vv 'Hon (room! or otborwion) ca will lead . to a eonvin'i.in of tho thiof or thiovoa who atoli my 8HEEP from Willip end Biddi. , This Eowurd will hold Rood tor 12 months. ? ' ? ' ' . D. RANKIN. .' Dele ate, 12th LI -«oh, 1806. ?'?;'? *??; .' ' EKDT.UCE. A'' ,NY PEE8ON found trasip'naiair or intor ; furing nritu 8took on t-« Junction or ;GUnroy Enaa -vill ba pro30ou'«d without ro ? epac't to psraono. . ^6/2/96- ' A. M. WRIGHT. '???'?????» Stair of Delegate Lodge, - . ? '?'??;?;;-???:;??.-'?'??...

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Chinese New Year. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

? -. .'.?;? ? ,.';?'?.?':?? ? fM q^'.U.;.-.:KI-. ;;:,?;,/.?:??;: ?;.-!; . -.-. ?:; ? ?(By.'K/JS.ci^MroLa'&iBqdHD^WT.)-' ./ {{.-...';?;?;-? ..;?,-?'? ,;-x (poo^nued.:)^-' : ... ;-.' '\ .-;?:?! TifE '' priest filled each; 'cup, or bctsin' 1 nrther,' with' ttin/ The candles: ; at ' the 'ddbt' as'-w'ell'as -the -lamps ineid*^ were already ? alight Joe : laid LongMlow under contribution, and whispered in our oar, thus': 1'hon the hoathon ciobped their hondo ond ? prrijMi ,-?-.. ? ' ' ?? ' Tlint ocviSd t oymif»htb^j And' they thought ot tho pig with ilia up -. .?? 'tight tail.'-'. . ;.... .-:?. ? .-. .? ,? ? , And they trail d.in tuoir o--cr»t glco. ?-? ?Rather, tlioy^ci-o^cad tlieir arms bvor their heaving,; raanly ?cheats;-- ? The front row ia. about to open an iiitpreafcing .perform ance, go every Chink in, the church bows, or rather nods his head,' three times, wjnilDt tlio -ouddon loot Ox coieniuity is enough to mako even the deflant tail - of the pig drop down; No doubi'- th...

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Local Intelligence. GOLD CRUSHING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

? . ; ' -Local ?flBSsMSjfeEce. GOLD CRUSHING. Fhoji a crushing of 2i tono of Btono token from the Coolgardie miue, Dallick r- nora, 19ozs of gold have bean obtained.

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Delegate River. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

©©legate ikivep (fbom our correspondent.) : A splended shower of ram full here on Thursday last and als:i one on Sunday. Everytning was sorely in need of the re freshing elemont, anrt the proauecta for fltuck aro none too favourable this winter unlosa wo. havo an unusually gaod Autumn. ?Mr. Juhn McDonald of thin place start ed for Biiirnmiale last w»-ek with a mob of iiortiQa. Bun v»yng» an i a good mar ket Johu ! : . I nave been tomowhat interested, not to way amuot'il, at tho novel manner in which '?? Oi-pheus' and your Crai^ie cor respondent have net about forming their Mutual ' Admiration ' Society. Fir^t. ' Oiplibus' . auggesta' the idea. ' CraL'ie says. ' I wont ; I m a member alroudy ; perhapa I will, that is if otc.' Tli- n Cr;-.igio rubsaganat a ' stumpy' tali» of '?OrpheuB,' and poceed3 forthwith to pull it to pieces. ' Orphouo' retaliitas by culling his brottio. corresponds nr. all cr\e sweetest names he. can find in the dictionary -f still the ungenerous C'raigid remains...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

. . ' CRICKET, Tombong and Delegate meofc on tho local ?wicket on Saturday. The following ? teams are requested to be on the ground not later than 11 o'clock: — Tombong : ; Tierney, Connor, Eppelsturi|l(2), Nelson, Wright, Pink, Clear, Walcott, Ingram(2) i ' Delegate : Ford, Kemp, Wood(2), Wutson, Me Donald, Stutohbury, Martin, Kebby, ? Dawson, Reading ; emergencies, Keating, -'. . Coote.

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Bonang News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

Bonang Mews- 'Vv:i (FBOM A CORBESPONDENT.) -.--? 1 MiNrNo'has been tho main support of this N place for, yearo, but of late this industry has been retrograding, which has caused , moat of tho people who follow its calling , ' 'to roll up ' Matilda' and mate tracltBfor fresh fields and pastures new, and leave Bonang to ho in, that silvan bolitude of yore. Thore is no doubt but that there are rich repfs undiscovered in this remote . part of Victoria. Owing to the wiiy in which this place ia situated for the want of means of ingress rrxd egroos it is ?ery hard to gat enterprising and practical miners to come into the place, everything; being at such a disadvantage. We .are blocked from getting our goodn from New South. Wales bv c, prohibitive arid.im poaterou3 borde? duty, nnd from Victoria: by almost impeccable roads, 1 think tho eoonerv.wo pa$ federation tko bettor for this part ,of -Victoria. , , . , ? I will givo a oraail o'^otch of tliO:topo graphy of fchio placa which I thiakia ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

NOTICE. rilHE Undersigned will receive PRODUCE i JL at Millingtoa'a Eooms, Delegate, on ; Friday and Saturday 1 of each week. Hiffhost CASH Price given. W. K. STONE. Auctioneer's Notice. G. B. MABDISON (LATE OF BOMBALA) DESIRES to inform the Residents of DELEGATE, and Burrouudiuf: District, ' ' - that he haa COMMENCED. BUSINESS ??. slT- M13E-1B-B&TE, ... Offics, BoubaIiA Street (opposite Goodman's Storo) aa an AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, LAND . ? — and — ; ? . ; ? GENERAL COMMISSION AGENCY. ALL BUSINESS relating to the LAND and , , INCOME TAX a spaciality. ' . Agent for Life, Fire, and Acsideat Insur ance Companies. ? ??-,.?? Account Sales Promptly Rendered. €overnmeni Advertisement. « LAND AND INCOME TAX ASSESS * MEN I ACT OF 1895.' NOTICE iB hereby given under section 30 of the abuve At. that RETURNS OF LAND AND INCOME for tho pnrpose3 of the assessment of Land and Income Tax are re qaired to be farniohad to the Commissioners ofTkxation.-at their Office, on or before the -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

]':.'-:l- PUBLIC NOTICE, fdh^les Commons, ?? ^.j'.V;-.v ;''-^A' 'V jjtoV '.'?'.??'.?':?' ' .! '! :'f -? :^.(jii i-^,i::-':: -*XTfSHE8 to notify bia ?'.!'. ' V^n&JjWl ? ? * » ' many. Customers, '..'.'?,'. .-- m&wsP ? - ftT1-* *^'° ®en8IB* PnbKo, ??'. |.rv ' ^J^sSEX ''*' ^° ^ia8 Patonai!na' a ? --i^f^P large stock oflEONMON ? M^iM^M GERY, comprising— Pioks, ^-x- iffe-frrP^ Doublo end Sin&lo Mat * illiLfi. v JfflSllili tooks, Hooo, Ares, Plough ? ^iiP^ ^flfi/ 'Wheeb end Shares, Mould ^?SSL^a^a. Boards end Solo Plates, .^aygdn and Buggy Bosc3, Bu(*£y-Poles and 8 hafts, complete with mounting, and la now prepared to esocuto ALL ORDERS entrusted to hiB caro on tho Shoetest Notice. All Eepaibs to Vehicles a Speciaxitt. One trial will convince you that in all bronchos of tho Trado. ESTABLISHED 1879. DELEGATE SMITHY, Robert Watling, PRIZE HOKSE-SHOER ^?-?^4.--' - v .and- ... .-..-;-??? , . ; Genera? Blacksmith, WHILE returning thanks iot the- liberal ^ paironogo accor...

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

English Mails. Mails for the United Kingdom per the Orient and P. and 0. Co's steamers are despatched from Sydney t-- London direct every Monday.

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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

Mail Time Table. The following in the mail time table ob served at the local office : — Mails leavo Delegate every Monday, Thursday and Satuiday at 2 p.m. for Craigie, Nicholson's and Bombula, rei.ch ing latter plato at 7 p.m. Leave U.iiubala at 5 a.m. on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fiitlajs, arriving at 10.80 a.m. Li-a-\o Delegate oveiy Sundnj-, Wed uesdu\ and Fjiday for (Jon-owong at 11 a.m., arriving nt 1.30 p.m. Le-ivo Cuirowong at 10 aim. on Mon days, Thursday a and Saturdays, arriving at Delegate at 1 p.m. Leave Delegate every Sunday and Wednesday at 11 a.m. for Tombong, arriving at Delegate on return every Wednesday and Sunday at' 7 p':m. Leave Delegate at 11.80 a.m. on Sun day and 9.30 a.m. on Thursday, reaching Bendoc (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday. and 1 p.m. on Thursday, Bonang (Vic.) at 4.30' p.m. on Sunday avid 4 p.m; on Thursday, and Orbost (Vic.) at 6 p.m. on Monday and G.30 p.m. on Friday. Leave Orbost, via Bonang and Bendoc- on Sundays and Thursda.vs at 6a.m., l reaching Deleg...

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Wellesley School Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

iiiipileM ;;-^^;^^^T^;i^tj';:^e;',:iSihL' instant,, wne- ttie $J^i;-^i$S!^^ School i; ? : '* ' ?^jpiofi^.^^l^'injilbnionqy oi tho weather, ; ? ;V;j'i K^n3Fr$ay necessitated tho .postponement ;'? '??:'; !qf . the long*looked /for ovGnt until the ?following day. Many friends who would liavo bf en preEonfc, and whom tho pro jnottira were hoping Co cao, were unablo to attend owing to tho postponornoni' How . ever, tho rain on Friday was a soured of joy to many heurta. Saturday proved fine ond tho picnicrrnticsprabled early on tt o i cono of fcativiticj-^-a ouitablo spot situated near tho eoliool, and kindly lent by Mr. Chan. RobinijMi. The attendance, ?which included visitors from Delegate, t Craifiiy, and Bendoc, mimbortid ovor 100. , Eaces a^d tho uf ual picnic gamec wore started nocn rftor Jl o'clock; tho-racea toeinsr undr«r tho aup-jrintendt-nce of tho popnlnr teacher, rjr. Kobb\ . ably assisted by Men ro. T. RodwnH, Ennr. W. Clarko, T. Olivor, and V. Robi-cun. At 1 o'clock a stamp...

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