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HYPHENATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 October 1898

HYPHENATED. Mary had a little word, A word as cold as — snow. And everywhere that Mary went The word was sure to ' go.' Wberever she might stray ; But to them all that little word Was all she had to say. However warm their hopes might be, However deep their woe, She laughed at them, and in one calm Cold syllable said, ' NO.' But when I came and minded not The scorn she seemod to show, To my persistent queries bho ? At length replied, ' N-No.' Tnat literally ' broke the spell ;'' She's mine ! Which goes to show Tbat when they hyphenate the word It'» ' Y«s ' they mean, not ' No !' — ' Fuck^ ? '-

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CURIOUS COINCIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 October 1898

A CURIOUS COINCIDENCE. Great amusement was causod amongst the large congregation of a Birmingham church re ceutly by a curious coincidence which occurred there on a Sunday evening The orgauist of thn church has the gas-tap regulating the chaucol lights uuder bis control, the object beiog that duriug the sermon the lights shall be turned down. The other Sunday aigbt the orgauist brought his little son to church, and placed him ou tbe stool Inside him, entirely out of Bight of the congregation. The gas-tap immediately behind the stool attracted the attention of tho youngster, and whilst bis father was not looking ho turned it round. The result was that oil the chancel light! were ex tinguished, much to tbo surprise of the wor shippers. The surprise gave way to amuse ment when, just as tbe verger had entered and was relighting tbe gases, the curate commenced reading tbe collect : ' Lighten our darkness, we beseech tbea.'

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN AFRICAN ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 October 1898

AH AFRICAN ROMANCE. A strange Btory is told in Mr. Wiawood Reude's African Sketch Book.' It is tho ro mantic story of a Portuguese adventurer. D'Almeida, tbo hero of it, was a student at tho University of Cqimbra, and his friends designed him for the Bar, but he bad a roaming disposi tian, and his imagination was fired by accounts he had read of a mysterious kingdom in the .UVWl.ui V* *...Wl»B. UU UUM tMU UUifcU Ullia ILJUg— dom was called ' The Ivory Land,' for the inhabitants make their hedges and cattle pens of elephants' tusks. Gold was also said to be abundant, and the women of surpassing beauty. Here was a new world for him to discover. Who can tell, thought be, what itraugn and monstrous races exist in that unknown land ? There unicorus und tailed meu may yet be found. Or perhaps it may bo a lofty and salu briouB plateau, inhabited by a cultivated race, resembling tbe Egyptians, or thu Incas of Peru. He sailed to San Paolo do Loanda, und started for the Ivory Land ar Kingdom ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IS LAUGHTER A DISEASE ? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 October 1898

IS LAUGHTER A DISEASE ? Laughter is a disease. This has been proved by numerous cusei which have come uuder the noticeof eminent Beurol!igistB,who have declared even moderate laughter a symptom of nervous hysteria. People have died af laughing. From Austria comes a curious account of a man suffering from a nervous disease that mani fested itself in paroxysms of laughter. The patient was thirty years of age, and' bud been subject for three years to lits of laughter, which occurred at first every two or three mouths, gradually increasing in t'requeucy to a dozen or more » day. c Tho attacks occurred especially between nine ia the evening anil 6.50 o'clock iu the morninc, and in greatest frequcucy between b aud 6.30 o'clock. Some occurred also duriug the day, however thp patient happened to be occupied. In the intervals between the attacks, and immediately before aud uf forwards, the man was perfectly well. The attacks set in with a tickling sensation arising from the toes oF the loft ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOOKING FOR HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 October 1898

LOOKING FOR HIMSELF. It was during a convention iu Louisville, and people from all over tbe State, politically inter ested and otherwise were taking udvantage of the excursion rates. As 1 returned to my through sleeper from New York at one af tbe wayside stations, where I hud snatched a hasty but soul-satisfying supper of fried chicken and corn bread, I was cor.troHtrd by a long, lank, j swaying specimen of the central Kentucklau, who proitrvtid his uncertain st.^nd on tlm lower step of the cur by u mere or less firm trip on the twe hmd-ruils. His long coat-tails flapped about bis thin legs, his collar was very high and much too big for bim, aud hit, silk hat cf tbe faRUion of 10 years ago was tilted in a mildly rukish fashiou over one eye. I made a polite but unmistakable movement toward tho cur He did not move ' 1 bug pardon.' 1 said cautiiusly. ' Scusuble,' said bo rashly wav ing one bund. ' Beg pardou, I with to go in,' 1 said, more vigorously. He did not move, but he smiled a s...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
O'CONNELL AND BIDDY MORIARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 October 1898

O'CONNELL AND BIDDY MORI ARTY. Ia Mr. Madden's entertaining ' Revelations of the South of Ireland ' is an amusing ac count of a scolding match which took place be tween O'Conntrll and a notorious huckster woman who kept a stall on the quay, near the Four Courts, Dublin,, named Biddy Moriarty. This was in his juvenile days at the Bar ; he JJliUCU UIU1HOI1 UU UIB HKIli 111 tUD UbC Ul OvfUHj language, while Mrs , Marinrty's voluble impu dence wan proverbial. Bets were laid as to the success of O'Coanell in the wordy war. I give the recoutre in Maddnn's wordB : — O'Connell was rery confident of success ; he laid an ingenious plan for overcoming her, and, with all the aaxielyof anardentexperimentaliat, waited to pat it into practice. He resolved to open the attack. At this time O'Cnnnell's own party and the loungers about the place formed an audience quite sufficient to rouse Mrs. Moriarty, »n. public provocation, to a due ex-- hibition of her powers. O'Connell commenced the attack. ' ' ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROMWELL'S HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 October 1898

CROMWELL'S HEAD. L It is nut generally known that the head of OHrer Cromwell bus been preicrved to tbe present day, and is the proud possession -f a surgeon at I'olkeslone. The Frotector died of ague at Whitehall, in 1G58. Hit body ww em balmed and buried ir: Westminster Abbey, where it remained until after the Restoration. It was then exhumed with tbe bodies of twe nthurs. tr.ken to the Red Lion in llolborn. and. on the unniveriary of King Oburlcs's death, rimovcd to Tyburn, where the bodies were hunir in chains. Subsequently they were tuken dowu and beheaded, and the heads were fixed on the roof of W«ntmiii»ter Hall. Cromwell'* head re mained there for upwards ot twenty tears. An October gale carried it down into the courtyard below, where it was discovered later by a soldier. It ntH Bubtcquently purchased by a dealer in relics, named Kustcll, who aFterwards Bold it to tho authorities of a iiiuicura. After being ou exhibition for many yarn, it was purchased by a rich antiquarian f...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LONGEST LAWSUIT ON RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 October 1898

THE LONGEST LAWSUIT OH RECORD. The famous ' Berkeley ' quarrel, which lasted for sewn generations (189 years), caused the longe.it ebuueery suit ou record. It com menced shortly after the death at- Thomas, fourth Baron Berkeley, iu tho fifth year of tbe reigu of HenryV. (1416), und terminated in tbe BBTrubu ycuL ui luc icuzu ui rjaincft i. \iu\jaj. It arose out of the marriage oF Elizabeth, ouly daughter und heiress of tbe above baron, with HichardBeaucli'imn, Earl of Warwick— their descendants having contimmlly sought to get possession oF tbe castle and lordship of Berkeley, which not only occasiouod the famous lawsuit in question, but was often' attended with the meat viulent quarrels- on both' Fides, at leant during the first 50 years or more.' In tbe year 1469 (the teutb of Edward IV.)? Thomas Talbot— second Viscount Lisle, great grandson of the above Elizabeth, residing at WottoB-under-Edge— was killed at Nibley Green, in u famous skirmish between some 500 uf his owu retainers ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

RAGES! RAGES! RACES! fA DA.Y'3 HORSERACHSTG ? — ON— BOXING DAY (28 Dec, '98) WATCE FOR PROGRAMME. MRS, A. TEAOET, Promoter. ' Guntmoai.— ftdited, rrintcd and published, by Patrick and. James Sullivan, sole proprietors, at the office, Sheridan Street. -TO STAND THIS SEASONAT Black Springs, near Coolac, THE BLOOD STALLION, Irish Home Rule. IRISH. HOME RULE ib a .dark bay or browu horse, stands over 10 bauds high, bred by Mr. A. Town, of H-jbartville. -He is by Julian Avonal, from Richmond Belle, sister of Richmond, Boswortb, Palmyra, Segenhoe, Warwick and Superb, Ly Marilyrnong, froin The Fawn ; The Fawn by The Premier (imp, ), from Meloaina (imp.), by llarkawny. Elome Rule took first prize for 2-vsar-old colt and cliumpion prize for the best b ood homo oa the Cootumundra Show U round, 1886 , first prize For 2-year-old colt at ihe Tumut Show, 1887 ; first prize, Goulliuru Show for 2-year old colt, 1837- Home llule's foals ran first and second in theSiro*' Produce Slakes at C»otumundra...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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THE STORY-TELLER. UNDER FALSE COLOURS. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

THE STORY-'LELLER. . ??.?????? S:OHBER= CHAPTER VIII. Both Pattie and the Major have ve toed any UDnece.Bearv1 fuaa, and the wedding in of the quietest possible nature, there being no guests invited. Nietta and I attend l'attie to churoh, and sign the register ua -witnesses. Then we return home, and partake of ordered. Luncheon over, there are sundry re newed congratulations and farewells, for there is .not much time to lose if the happy couple are to catch their train. Pattie has Been- married in her travelling dress, and her luggage is ready for transference to the station. Aa the time, for departure approaches, everybody but myself looks uncom monly contented, and Nietta is as gay as a lark. But I, who know that this is a final parting from my dear aunt, can no longer restrain my emotion, and burst into Buch a flood of weeping as aston ishes and disconcerts all the others present. ? ' Why, my dear child 1' exclaims Pattie, 'one would think I were leav ing you altogether, instead ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gleanings [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

Gleanings, ? ? v ? r — ? ? A Avoraan of twenty vas fined '£5, on 5th August, for 'making a book' in a Batter sea (London) thoroughfare. , A woman charged in Lon don with being drunk said she 1- _ ..I l*.i**« *-!?» n *.».» nri O/'l TTftHVD fl V» ri was the mother of 24- children. A cyclist has recovered ££25 , damages at Invercargill (N.Z ) against a horseman who had ridden him down, the defend ant being on the wrong side of the road. * .A philosophical statistician calcul.ites;thatin the year 2000 there wiH be over and above 17,000,000,000 people who will speak English, and that the other European languages will be spoken by only 50,000,000 people. The headmaster of the Grocers' Schools in London caned a pupil for absenting himself from school. Jt is stated that the boy stopped away by his father's orders. An action for £10 damages ? wfts^q^ought by the* father against'the headmaster. The jury awarded isT''' damages, without costs. A Streatham domestic, aged eighteen, . confessed at...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAIL CONTRACTS ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

MAIL CONTRACTS ACCEPTED. 1 The following mail contracts have been accepted : — Railway Station and Poat Office, Gunda g«i— W. M. E EllioH-, £3X Gundagai and Tumnt — A. Pa'erson, £1S4. Giindsigai and Tumut-, via Mucked Tree Patrick Webber, £159 10?.. GMmoro '-and Bathono — Robert Reily, Tumnt. and Argalong — Fresh tenders to be bulled. ??? ' . TumutandYellowin— H. 'Wilkinson, £39.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

? ?''? . '?? '?? |P DBSIEB to thank the public of Gundagai and sur rounding district for their generous support during the last two years, and to inform them that they have just purchased a Large Stock of Spring and Sum mer Gocds for Cash, thus saving a Large Discount. They are prepared to give their customers the b eao fit of this Discount, and are selling at Remarlia bly Low -..'?? Bates. The following Price List will compare favor ably with any ye', issued -in Gundagai. , NEW SISA&ON'S TliAb, {TJ, 1b 3(!,'auil la TABLE VINEGAR, Gd p-r 'jJiiml, i giiw ' — r—~— , ua periiOi BEST COFFEE, 10 J and la per 11). COCOA, Is i,er Ib. ' c '' SAGO, 2Jd per lb, TAV1OO&, 2Jd per,'ll-. '' WOnCESTKRSHIRE. SAUCE, 3s 3d' per do/. v, ' * '?. 1 ? ' '-. \ ox- 1 - ' - KEEXET'S BLUE, 8d per, lb.c-, ' ' S4LAD OIL, 4d-porbtl. -'t X- l- ^ IIOVS (Star Biaud) 8d per lb. - ' J V' BiKING POWDER.^d,'' 10d, lldj ls;4d, and Is Gd per lb. * ' ' ' BEST SODA BISCUITS, 6d j:er lb. BEST BLACK PEfPdP J...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A BARN DOOR FOWL." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

: 'A, BARN DOOR, FOWL.' There was a little scene, in the Assembly on Thursday afternoon, when the Premier, in response to an interjection by Mr. B.irnos paid, ' Tnko that barn-door fowl away.' Thtfre were immediately cjiea of ' Chair1' and considerable disorder, when the Jrromier withdrew tho words and ' apologised to the fowl.' The dis order inoroasod, and the Premier then quietly said, ' I withdraw, with great regret, the expressions I used to the hon. member for Gundagai.'

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

THE' CHURCHES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. . Sundav- Ofober 23— St. John's, Gnndagai, 11 a. m (H C ) and 7.30 p.m. Children's Service, 3 p.m. , A. C, Mosu.Y, Hector. .- THE CAUSE THAT NEEDS ASSISTANCE.' FINAL PRODUCTION THE SPARKLING CO1IIC OPERA, PIRATES OF - PENZANCE. BY THE MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC SOCIH'i.% 'TTNDER tho patrnnngo of tho Ccmmit LJ tees of the Liteiaiy Institute and GimcUgn Ilnapital, and in aid of both Institutions on Wednesday/ October' 26th Bjx Plan at Millar and Braino's. HAL. 13RAINE, lion. Sco. AND COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS. y/IIiJIEIiJJ^'l'v 6UND7I0/I I AUCI'lON SALK. For Saturday, October 29th W. E.'~KYLE H.iS leccned inslrnotions to sell ly public audio -, on account of t! o MiHtaina EsUle, at LiMrj'u YiiuIh, (Jnn d.ig 11,011 ubovo date, .it 12 o'clock, 9 LIGHT UNHH0IU5N DliAUGIlT MARKS ; loin nub fo.ile at foot. .WITHOUT AKJf KESERVJ3. ? - ' &$ *. -

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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LITERARY INSTITUTE COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

LITERARY INSTITUTE COMMIT TEE MEETING-. . At the adjourned monthly meeting of the committee of the Local Literary Instiituto.'hiiltlv-'o'B^iW.ednesdny last, Messrs, Dennis^.Sinith, Harper, and Phillips, bung present, tho Musical Society was thanked for their offer to give a benefit entertainment in aid of tho funds of the Institute. Permis sion was granted tho Town Band to uaa tho committee rooms for meeting purtiosos, the first Monday in each month. Accounts, as follows, were passed for payment :— Dodd acd Co., newspapers, £2 Us ; Cornett Bros., kerosc-no, 11/6 ; M. Lonohan, cartage, 2a ; total, £4 -1/6,

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cablegrams. LONDON, THURSDAY, ENGLAND AND FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

Cablegrams. LONDON, TjttmSDA.Y , - ENGLAND AND FKANCE. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach says that it the Fipnch insist upon their claim on Fashoda ? hoV must desire to qua Tel. Tho Bi itish Govermnent, ho snys, is fully propaied to do its duty if bacVetl up by the united nation, and will shrink at nothing. AU lO'lliriluuiUll Ulftl JJIlinuu ini.VllUO- bU'LU' sign the French PienuEi'ship owing to'over btnvin.' ThoPaiisi'in press reports thit fevoiish activity prevails at Hieafc, Clorhouiy and Toulon. '

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUSICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

MUSICAL. The Premier Bund will play tho following publics programme in Sheri dan-stroot, on Monday evening next, at 8 o'clock. Mr. W.Elliott will conduct : — March, ' Ov.ly to Sec Her Faoo' Round Waltz, ' Sweet Briar'1 'Wmorre itniiuu, jvuua Aum- jj.«nLg Iiyu6 ; ? :/ ijXNTKH P-illtu, ' Sw^ct .Smiles' Round SohottiKctio,' Goncl Luck' Lintbr Quiok Mnruh, ' Mon of Ilarlroh' Rocnd Wtil'si, ''Mnybloom' ' Enshkll, March, 'IIct Majesty's Jubilee' Wkiciht '.Hod S.ivo'the Quoau.'

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. Sydney, Friday. STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

Telegrams. . Sydney, 'Friday. STOCK SALES. Best wethers )4s Id; medium, from 7s. Best bullocks, £9 Is ; medium, from £3. GRAND MEETING. Tlio arrangements are completed for a grand meeting of citizens on Monday, with regard to the municipal muddle. _ TWO BEAT) BODIES FOUJND. The dead bodies of two infants wnrf found in the wiitirig room at South Yarra, Victoria, yesterday. FIRR AT DDNRDIN. - The firo at Dnneflin partly desired Tteid and Grey's Agricultural Works. The loos is estimated at about £20,000. THE FEDERAL RESOLUTIONS. - The Assembly passed the remaindor of tho Federal resolutions without amendment. BAIN. - Steady rain fell throughout the night, and. still continue?. Light 'showers aro reported from various country districts, nnd there is evny prob ability of a break up of the drought-. Mr. Eussell savs tho prospects for good ?rains over the colony during the next, fou dayf, are decidedly general. ELECTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS COMMITTEE. The Elections and Qualifications Com mi...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HE ONLY CRACKED HIS WHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 22 October 1898

TTE ONLY CRACKED III8 WHIP. At the Tumut Polico Couit on Fri day last, Matthew French was charged (says the Adolong1 'Argus') with having used obscene langungo, on the Brunglo road ; ho pleaded not puilty. Winnie Thompson a widow, and So rah rreeman, a raamau woman, eicn guvu corroboratin» evidtinco tliat dofend:\nt was driving cattle along tho road to wards Qundagai, wh. re they met him, and whon witbin a few yards of the last namod witness, who wag carrying a baby, ho crackod hi3 whip severul times, thus frig!jtonir-g tho woman's horse, and noarly causing her to drop her baby. Mr, Thompani said she re monstrated -with him on his conduct, whon ho made upe of obscene words oomplainad of. Defendant sv.oro on oath that ho never usod tho language, but owned to having -cracked his whip tn got tho cattle ptiBt tho women, who kfji! tho midiilo of the road and block ed tho mob. The Bench found do fondant guilty, and fined him £3 with 7,s costs, - ' '? ?:1:. ' ?;? At Cowra, the .crops are r...

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