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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

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Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MANUFACTURE OF CHOCOLATE AND COCOA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

THE MANUFACTURE OF OHOCOLATE AND O lOCOA. " " iTie busy and bustling inhabitants of the north temperate zone, says the "Bury and Norwich Post," accepti their favourite beverages gratefully enough from sunnier climes; and to h'oibir'arice in'that paRt' oft tliho*orld which witnesses the greatest humati triumphs do the tributes of the "spicy breezes" seem so welcome as to the Anglo-Saxon, the busiest and most bustling of earth's children. Activities deadened by the worry of 'our modern civilization, are stimulated by the tee of the " heathen Chinee," or the coffee of the dignified Arab, the meek follahi itd the lidusky .v indo6o the weakened s;stieinss :ifd tired 'nerves of the victinls if tie' idoilil'5 i'fiYj' il il dash are soothed bi the cocoa of the distant Caine:d, 1?tt? ? iol e d'ei Bi'izils, of lhixi?o, i oidl o Ceyloi? This. is ý"tit'ii ' ci iuteti'atie'n for disturb= ance, a, ;iit i s itl tle last of these c ilipens:iti iig "etencicstIit we propose ,to! d :l ? coi the '.Doth...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.-lrighton, Rev. D. Gordon; 11-and7 . Elsternwick.-R-ev. J. flay, 11 and 7 i Ghcltcnham 3, Mentone 11, and Mordi: alloc 7, Rev. J. Gordon Mackay, Md.A.. Caulfield, Rev. HII B. Macartney, 11 and 7 atArmadaleoel':. FWebb :'w <Elstee r'viek, lies'.,P. Bailhache Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rust. Brighton Congregational.-Morning and evening, ievy. C. . Y. Price. : alvernL IJv: .C Mooncl and. 7. . ' "Oairigh', RevjJ.'32 GlGnnawaiiy, 1 andl 7. Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11, lev J. B. Smith,and 7, Rev. J. C. Inganmells. M3ill Street, Mr. Blhackwcll 1], Mr. Lemon 7.. `' ýast1Brightlona;)Lrý11ýeL13.l l.;l r: illorgann South Brighton, Ir. Stone 11, Rtic. J.B. SmithS t ?9 t'o3! xCS.?i - Cheltenham, ir. Gaikcll 7. Mordialloc, Mr. ov II, ,Mr. iigg 7. Primitive 3Mtiliidst- osuth Yarra, H~e:. 1orth Brighton, Mr. ,. Clarke II JMro. Huddart 7. South Brighten, MIr. II. EdI:ailI I l Mr. R. Smith (?.30. East Brighton-Mlir. ?. E1i:ln u iIr.. . Ellis 6,30.. Bap...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YOUNG FOLKS. A SAGACIOUS MULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. A SAGACIOUS MULE. I was one of the first of the hunters and trappers who made headquarters at Fort Laramie, and as that pest was established fully thirty years ago, you can rest assured that the man who went out by himself had to run the gauntlet of danger every hour in the twenty-four. The spirit of all the Indian tribes has been broken during the last decade, but twenty-five years age eacla Western tribe was at its best, and no man was looked upon as a warrior unless he could shake the scalp of a white man in the face of his challenger. You couldn't got chief or warrior to believe that there were over 10,000 white people in the whole United Slates, or that white troops enough could be raised to defeat one single tribe in a fair fight. The red man flattered himself that he was just the sharpest, cutest, and bravest thing on foot, and so be onut-wtted by a white man was to make him an object of contempt. It was the business of an Indian thirty years ago to have eyes...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BISMARCK AND SON—UNLIMITED. (PALL MALL GAZETTE). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

BISMAUCK AND SON-UN. LIMLTAD. (PALL MALL (lAzerra). There is no Emperor in Belln. There is only Prince Bismarok. The old Emperor is dead, the actual Emperor I. lying on his death bed at Obharlottenburg; the next Emrperoris a young man whose pride It iato he she devoted admirer and disciple of Prince Blsmarek. The result is that there is a mayor of the palace at Berlin, and the mayor of the palace seems likely to make his office hereditary. As an Amurath an Amu rath succeeds, so when Prince Otto von Bismarek is gathered to his fathers the pre.. sent Count Herbert will step by legitimate heirship and the natural fitness of things into the vacant place. Count Herbert is a chip of theold block. He has been trained under a stern master, and he has followed his model sedulounesly, even in his brosquerie f mannr, and when his turn comes he hopes to prove that a second Bismarck is as possible in Germany as a second Pitt in iEngiand. And unites Count Herbert is belted, he has his ambitions t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GREAT CRIMINAL TURNING AUTHOR. GEORGE BIDWELL THE BANK OF ENGLAND FORGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

n GRE AT CRIMINAl· >TURNINC AUTNOB. Noew; Yr i Guoleus BmwxtDWE Tel BA*K Of WOLAND T'he quiet, medrs appea~si man whom a " New .York Herald" reoresntativo mes at Hartford, Connecticut, the other day, weald never. e·ys that gentleman, be enspected as one whoee name had rang through the cavtirsea world tm connection with thie affair. His home is a neat and pretty verandaed conotty residence, close upon the broad main thoroughfare of this ancient town. BIDWILL DISCUSSES IIS BOOK. " So the ' Herald' wishes,. to learn some thing of the character and scope of my pro posed book," remarked Mr. Bidwell. "It is nearly completed for the publisher's hands. ' Foriong his Chains' is the title I have chosen, for it is a truthful history of my life, and teveals every thought, every aspiration and motive, which in the conure of a criminal career served to forge upon me the chains of crime- I suppose that no other man in all the world who has the capabilities and inclinations to do so has had the ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PERIL IN THE CIRCUS RING. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

PERIL IN THE IROU10S RING. (zKW.w TORE use,). .Oe of the most lively and potreequns featres in a eirous performanee is "leapldg, by the entire company," particularly in an immense show like Barnum and Bailey's, where it is participated in by forty or fifty skilled performers. Running down a long inclined plane, and taking a start off the springboard, they, one by one, in rapid sucession, dart high in air sod far away to land on the thick mattress, where one or two sturdy fellows stand braced to oeath them. Overbhorse they fly, then over oamels and elephants, finally over a pyramid of men upon the elephants backs. Is is marvellonus what prodigious leaps they make and so swiftly do they follow each other that when they get well going the effect is presentd of a fonatain actively spouting a flood of twisting, writhing, darting' bodies ond legs, brilliant in all the colours of the rainbow. Two, three, or four men seem to be in the air at ones, and each turns one or two somersaults durin...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A SENSATIONAL TRIAL IN VIENNA. (LONDON DAILY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

A SENSATIONAL TRIAL IN VIENNA. (LONDOP DAILY NSWS.) A sensational trial has been beard at the Vienna Criminal Court this week. The facto of the case are not devoid of interest to pey chologists. -n December last a commerci-l traveller named Alfred Frankenrtein induced Julie Kunerth, a bonuemaid, to steal some diamonds from her miStres., replacing them by imitation stones. In January. Franken. stein declared to his accomplice that the theft would probably be discovered during th* carnival, and that therefore it would be adviaable to abstract all the jewellery end to feign a robbery, for which purpose he would discharge a revolver into the upper p.rt of her arm. The girl cnnsented, but when theap pointed day came. Frankenstein, after having taken all the valuables upon which he could lay his baud., shot straight into the woman's breast, sod left her for dead in the room. She was found ahortlyafterwarde lying in a pool of blood, and was considered the victim of a daring robbery. A seri...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DA[?] CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

ham s ae mms'd Jaofh Jeueas , e a. fi Uaam, who wW ceelmat t . of haiud mtm oujhfinmet oi Jaemsm whe k desiathbed u powefal, dTi se man, ar dial well knowse o i bilo-e, wam gared in easng, some bmlijiW a at Sing on Bosta& gue s.- ic- l d a wrder, named Webb, and .wlia Webb. temed ed?udfor some parpoaoJiaekdasmI e moon him, and strumekl him i'Mifib blow on the'back of te he ed with' al?hl f tbe force Of which knocked him to taamgmsi'la senible. The prisoner then ear up oa:th root of the buildng, end fanding a soae :at exit, dropped into the street ouatide the gad, bolted earo sm me wa.te land in Ohbsetwod acd disappelgod.. His. eascpe becoming known, a number o of wade aii riseit. They searched In iall dinratio, buat he man had bad a good start, end had eucoeeded in finding hiding plco. The in jured warder, meantime, waso ttmnded to.by the goal surgeon.. He was found- to e -seriously injured, and died about thre hoere after. Jackson is only twenty-nine years of age, and Is su...

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Little Air Talk with the Grown-up Clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

ltt-le ArT Talk with the Grorw up Qelok.. Ohb dear me, what a fse e Tick tock I tic? tuck! Pray, what as you talking about, old clooak For sae io the alhsL wha I wars awake- 8'pose I was sk, 'caes I iate plom cake. - I h?le o you in.t'e hall-tick. 'Jock !tlick, Oh, did Jou have a patn, old clock, old clbek? 'ick. tack I 3one a raosow up olook, IL know If youo eaes's.lou wouldn't keep talkion so, For eomebody'd sy, at jst the first word,- . 'Little folks' bob should be aeen sea not herrdL' You ari dreadfal stck ap. I" thlnk,iu a tall, And you don't likei le itNeste ybosat al,: For when eight o'clock -oome you just eraise So Jane wilt bret cand gaens to.bed. Doar mall wiab youg w d loot. yout, bgaiae; Jnot is I used to do when Iwas young, : And company camte sad potke to me (Of cost.e you wouldtl cetl n b 'twas time for p-?es the littdetelck mamsau b ebht last s or' dattr .e. ;ithe.es jice s 'sawue yea'.v.scolded him for ch.', no';

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

lump' aG ZwSgatba ksL& Send to John Daub.. a i 0on. 4,Bouxhe itrt ust,. Kelbiorne. 7or w bat Yoe "at is .hllige Just p.mm Adelaide, elboutue. PRia, Sidusu, Phil,4eIph% mud .Amaerdam iforb eir rnan ufstsuzs5.AD I I esUTtqpe.H- -- Laded lbpbA5 _m..Iwm WiEUT a ga.Ml a EUG % lA eipskell n .'&.M ~teh - .bosst uei a mad ogodr. BI MW Y s MQ D osselt' N well . e. mado doe Willt bTetm es~wthýmL p ie ofisi. as &3Wk q efrni-reftt Ua altawf and·5e hi r - !Ih-be~i niae tomet them at. Sbsi6 aei . end So., 42 (oal,) Bourke etregO mt a nOP. ond see the new lavatories e·nd wahb bhod!~ hban.. Sot. Soma lt or Siank. and Co:. ,(&oJ __ _ _ _ Williams Mirael, scoed. "fey2t of '"ta. NoethGerano. I~l"utteamship Werre bees invnted ezioi)wocket. tbat threi oil, oaen .Iere area. Tae ieanttia doo biatU oflbs. vohet proerh end an oil eslinder sitb en. exploding cbhaber. aod may be exploded, enude. vat.. tlinbfLr (ImlegW *Letfd pam. is merk S haSI a .a UMne.ealbh. D apeeio umeen h...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BGYPTIAN JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

9YPTIAN JUSTIOCB. As a mKaile of orsoe sadminitrafli of julticared the following, whlobi oomm from Egypt, sad which It oalolated to soothe thee who rebel- nagan the oondltion of aldn4.r New Yrk.e.aedthe, Oidvlea plces. A citizen of Khartoum. named Mahomet, just before the slege, ena sti.d all his forguae-£1.600-- o a friend, a mamon-ri Upp R gypt, who wa t get £200 i taking care of the moey.. When Khartoum fell the mmaor decddd that bhi fiend had died, put on mourninog and pooketea the money as the next friend of the deceased man. When Mahomet turned up the faitbless friend denaoced him as. n impostor, and whea Mahonmeot set for hie- wife to prove he wea Mahomet the mrasrou imittd her Identity, and odemly effted t* marry her as an act of regard for his deceaed friend and to prove his bllet that she wai a widow. 'Wen the case cam qp fortrial he locdl liBa'wantid the mamur to give up LL0 oat of the L1.600 he had 'otten from; h friend. The miner considered this extor tio ste, sad the o...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notice to Advertisers and Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

- Notice to Advertisers and Correspondents. Advertisements addressed to T. M. Donaldson intended for insertion n this Paper should reach our office not Inter than 5 p.m. on Fridays; and alterations and additions to Standing Advertisements not later than noon on Thursdays to ensure attention. All orders for withdrawal must be made in writing, as verbal notices cannot be entertained. Correspondents forwarding CGnUncH NOTICES, reports of GRICKET, FOOTBALL, &c., or any other intelligence of local im portance are' requested to address them "To the Editor," care of T. M. Donaldson & Co.. and to forward the same as early as possible but not later than noon on Thursdays, and to write on one side of paper only.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MR. GLADSTONES METHODICAL HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

MR. GLADSTONE S METHODICAL HABITS. It is citen said. (writes the Loudon "Star") that the papers, ae carefuilly kept from Mr Olad'tone, and that. he is in consequence profoundly ignorant of public opinion The statement is about as true &a the conelosionl which is drawn from it. Eersi-morning the "'S:enard~". "Times." and '"Daily News' ore laid upon the breakfast table, and Mr Gladstone runs his eye rapidly over the leaders and telegrams in each journal.. The idea that he was not allowed to see adverse. criticis roen, no doubt? from the notino athatbemight be worried by reading the bitteeremake whicah have been made against him, but no one is more capable of throwing ollff n npleasant subject once the work connected with any political question is done. Mr Gladstone dismissee it from his mind, and wold sooccer discuss any other matter. One of the most strongly maked traits in Mr Gladstone's character is the method and exactstude which be brings to bear on bin daily work.. This ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BARNUM'S CABLE TO TOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

BARNUM'S CABLE TO TOM. MauriiH Ii Hotel] N. Y:, November2 liSS7. Tom Bradford, Lucknow, India. Every single animal, except twenty-one e1ephont,, a rhi oeeroe, and a few other animals.. .deotro e'd by fire leat night in Bridgeport. Employ a fall band of ex perienced bunters, and ship the rarest and wildest beasts to be found in India as soon ase asptuied. P. T. BARNUM.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

oD, 8EAP D O YOU' CUR ?TIES IN INDI FOR MY SUOW. EB P. T. Basn x. M1Y awb ooi ri-a not svP~oli, ia Uoe de of four moore years; and ia"tbe Older 5f ??satirb cannot remain a?1i fou me-h looder. There are some lessod. I base learned during my lobg- life. which amuno be impresed too atroplgl ' i the risaine -t-sraioo. All of you like otrie. so I will alloun a story inwbich I cau most forcibly teah these lessons, and inmlecate the virtues which every American bcy can and should as You will find 'rty Plucky Boy om' lad whom you will like, and you may be sure that his 'Adventures in ludia' will interest and thrill you, nrid make you feel when you are through that you would be glad to read a good deal more about him. Ever YourFriend. - . .. P?. T.. BARNUI? . Bridgeport, 18th November, I~8;.

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 10. Present—Crs. Clarke (president), Benson, Robinson, Woodmason, Martin, Edsall, and Mercer. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, JULY -10. Present-Ors. Clarke (president), Ben son, Robinson, Woodmason, Martin, Edsall, and Mercer. MINUTES. The minutes of lastimeeting were read and confirmed, andthe secretary's outward correspondence read and.ap. proved of. COWIESPONDENCE. Letters were read fioni the'Depart ment of Lands and Survey re the acreage of the school reserve, as also stating that steps were being taken towards the permanent reservation of certain land.--Recoived Permission;-. on/ the! application of .the h1ev. C. Moon, was given for the use of the shire hall, for a children's service in connection with the Cen tennial MIission, on Saturday afternoon, the 21st inst. It was decided to meet the Prahran council representatives, and arrange a matter of drainage, etc., the Surveyor to accompany such representation. S:'DBEPUTATION. At this stage : a deputation of some five-andtwentj~ raitcpayers, headed by MIr. Jhines 'Fethers, entered the coun cil chamber, and after bowing the...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

.?itrrlUere bhaawlloIn. Te dye * a have hei mas -a sagelg than g winier. B?A the petoral sao l dgaoItaral . eotiaok eontlanes meit pree d : ' rSeldom a ateth eti.e of year hahee' oed so wI 1in 'M at pwrat.. Sliek, a id u seae, SIn. eoo& eoalJi dv daisyarmere an ins inllu,,' epesl In she morth oefJoly. The mowing' at the wheat sop-an Iwl' be 'i gathered from ' sre pouetry tnr-gb wel htraordinary drought. Sydney's aven,? a ralnfal for the yat hg esp yeare rehport been a elookingly 50i., and the avertage ofgethe fall the m ei. ha reaslved hrem bat Januale to ne eampla of S wiiar.ter . tx Th , is 6 . M par of the wather i South Water, lthveough so faller re, not irt lirly harmful, Is hesemiag drearily menctonausr. this thet distret are poral ingtrirogh u ll extraordinary dro up to Sdnthe pres.ent goo rainfeall forthe lst thirty yearwinds ha bvee jo prewlyed in re fo, and e havell e done l January to ble mounay of the mage he period has been nearly 25in. This year allhr thaome h ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

J. G. YANDELL Consulting Herbalist32 Chapel street Prahran. Consultation Free -(Advt.) Thousands Hastened to their Graves. By replying oh testimenials written in vivid glowinglangnage of some miraculous cures n.ade by some largely` puffed doctor or patent medicine has hastened thousands to their graves; the readers having almost insane faith that the same miracle will be performed on them, that these testimonials mention, while the so:called medicine is all the time hastening them to their graves. Although we have Thousands upon Thousands! :! of testimonials of the'most wonderful cures, voluntarily sent us, we do not publish them, as they do not make the cure. It is our medicine, Dr. Soule's American Hop: Bit ters, that makes the cures. It has never failed and never can. We will give refer ence to any one for any disease similar to their own if desired, or will refer to any neighbour, as there is not a neighbourhood in the known world but can show its, cares by Dr. Soule's American ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

INSOLVUNCIU8: Ae upi tt s mots ocilew,!arsý . !ni~ emd .peoLt ds : ealmy. ,b! t' bibs radarso( tbassby g·s·'UI *: toiea of lchuea-s4vem: ml ''lehust affwdom= emles s uum ,paventeble cmaer. mand mainly an lubell iu gthYeael idownai bahmlui medl a.ls, wbiobh oboe~i of Hnters' Die ieseteet would deatofl rnoi7. Fort an a peuditugo t 10.. so £L per sanm aee, me taeoeutvimqsm Ignaiatl dia~si,!ei mas a 'few Bu, amid be m a$,, tims. mid errmusea; UbIUk aad lb. bane I4 cee-third th 'deaea PISI guopgpld by 6esual .Lowe. 137 &fletr woes L4buwg Ieefosesd wt m bta detmksoatetnin, eiSar4 -bow bean GaLelSM bºAbe pegs twe! 5seb, 1 bdc 'beam lur abs,~_, ml ael rarinuw, as meiemo 0" abe diaý..hemb fmm d·utieam ueimgii L.'Stovenson & Sons; Limited, L. SERVsEBSO eed SOS, MOM"~e ISas. 14 Ffdim Lane Eant, Uiffmm.. ocnLL, £N ,N :~ aepsormatsd tIam Ie oapaels etatlbke DIRUEOR U: Me Rae. 0. . Jamame. ML0; 4 the rs. y11r Iaegis J.Llad ·oreaeet.Reqi~eeyb Mih, GJ*. b.. to addiUi a to 551tr oaed...

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