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Beaudesert War Memorial, Beaudesert, Queensland

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The Beaudesert War Memorial

The Beaudesert War Memorial is a heritage-listed Cenotaph at the corner of William and Brisbane Streets, Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia. It was constructed from 1919 to 1921, officially unveiled on 11th November 1921 and added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21st October 1992. It is one of fifteen memorials throughout Queensland's Scenic Rim region. War Memorials in Australia are frequently distinctive in that often it is not only the dead who are commemorated, but all those from the local community who served, especially in The Great War. Being a nation just thirteen years old at the commencement of that first world war, and noting that its first great army was composed entirely of volunteers, Australians justifiably sought to show honour to all its Diggers.

Beaudesert War Memorial

A (very brief) History

In late 1915, Councillor Thomas Plunkett publicly declared his support for erecting a monument in front of the Beaudesert Town Council offices in Brisbane Street, on which the names of every enlistee be engraved. This was endorsed by Councillors William Drynan and Henry Bruxner and Shire Council Chairman William Walker. A subsequent meeting of council in February 1916 endorsed the proposal and established a sub-committee to see it happen, including Councillors De Burgh Persse (secretary), M S Smith, John Yore, Henry Bruxner, William Drynan, William James Barnes and P Lillis.

It was decided in February 1917 that the monument be erected on the corner of Brisbane and William Streets on the triangle of grassed reserve, on which stood a flourishing tree that would need to come down. This caused a great deal of consternation between opposing camps of thought. The corner remains the 'centre' of the town to this day, at the junction of what were the roads from the Nindooinbah (east), Kerry (south) and Telemon and Bromelton (west) Stations, and Brisbane (north).

In early 1918, Barnes resigned from the committee chair citing time pressures as Shire Chairman. Persse was appointed to the chair. Several new committee members at this time included Montagu Selwyn Smith, Frederick White, Christopher Collins, Dr William Beet and Frederick Wilbraham. Within a week, subscriptions to the memorial fund were publicly solicited. Members of the committee led by example, with large donations from Collins (£100), Persse (£50), White (£25), Beet, Smith and Bruxner (£10 each). The average male weekly wage was then £3/10/-, or $7. Then things came to a screaching halt. The Repatriation Board disallowed public subscription for war memorials until after the war, after all, public donations were still needed to fight the war! When subscriptions were reopened in early 1919, it was agreed to limit the budget for the memorial to £1,000, £800 of which had already been raised. Collins succumbed to the influenza pandemic sweeping the world and was replaced on the committee by Hugh Lindsay MacDonald.

The foundation stone was laid on 10th December 1919 by Mayoress (wife of the Mayor) Clara MacDonald.

The base was constructed by August 1920, in time with the visit to Beaudesert of the Prince of Wales (future King Edward VIII). De Burgh Persse did not live to see the completed memorial, succumbing to protracted illness in March 1921.

The memorial eventually cost £1,340 ($42,500 in 2021) and was the fourth most expensive memorial in Queensland. On the morning of the unveiling ceremony a sum of almost £205 was still short of meeting the costs. However, a flurry of donations were made that day, not only meeting the construction cost but a considerable amount towards a maintenance fund also.


The Cenotaph, that is, a monument or empty tomb erected specifically in honour of those killed in a war, comprises a sandstone obelisk ten metres (33 feet) high. It is 'guarded' by reclining lions. At the front of the monument stands a most-relaxed white marble digger with an open shirt, pipe in right hand and rifle slung over his left shoulder. On close inspection, the trigger of the rifle is mistakenly reversed. The memorial lists the names of the 524 locals who participated in The Great War, with a separate list of the 91 who paid the ultimate sacrifice, and the 33 who died during the Second World War. Small plaques commemorate those from the Korea, Malaya, Borneo, and Vietnam conflicts. With a total of 557 names records, the Cenotaph is a substantial monument to the family history of the region. There is a separate palm grove and plaque in nearby Jubilee Park commemorating those from the Vietnam War.

Ten submissions were received by the war memorial committee, with the winning design that of Standard Masonry Works of Melbourne. Before construction could begin, however, the site needed to be levelled, a tree removed and attention given the water tabling. In March 1920, Standard Masonry Works were released from the contract to build the memorial at their request. In July, the tender of William Edward Parsons of Brisbane was accepted. The carving of the soldier and lions was completed by Sydney sculptors, Messrs Oldfields.


The Cenotaph was unveiled on Wednesday 28th September 1921 by the Governor of Queensland, Lieutenant Colonel Sir Matthew Nathan, before a crowd numbering some 1,000. New Mayor, Montagu Selwyn Smith, who had been elected earlier that year, was unable to attend the ceremony owing to his wife's death just five days before. The duty of host fell upon (now) Deputy Mayor, Hugh L MacDonald.

Following the National Anthem, Sir Matthew recited the famous stanza from Laurence Binyon's poem 'The Fallen'. One minute's silence was observed, followed by the Last Post and then Sir Matthew read the names of the 91 local men and woman who had made the supreme sacrifice. Thirty-one wreaths were laid by dignitories, families and charitable organisations. Colonel Newton, representing returned soldiers, addressed the crowd, thanking the people for the memorial erected in the honour of fallen and returned soldiers and nurse. The ceremony concluded with the playing once more of the National Anthem.

The Great War

Paid the Supreme Sacrifice

We look at the names listed on Cenotaph without considering some of the immense number of decisions to be made in a project the size of Beaudesert's War Memorial, such as who to include and the size of the lettering. If 25mm (1in) lettering was used, so that the names could be read by passing traffic, then just 333 names would fit. This would increase to 406 names with 17.5mm lettering. The final decision was 12.5mm, so that 506 names could be included. The names include those who enlisted in Beaudesert and Tamborine Shires, as well as those whose parents lived in the shires and those born in the shires but no longer living here at their time of enlistment (if their families desired their inclusion). Additional names were added from Canungra, Logan Village and Jimboomba, then regions all closely associated with Beaudesert. A total of 524 names. By reducing the free space at the top of the panels, all names would fit.

The Beaudesert War Memorial-listed soldier to first lose his life was Herbert Cooke, killed in action on 30th April 1915, just five days after the Gallipoli landing. Percy Read was the last, succumbing to his wounds on 10th July 1919 in the Repatriation General Hospital, Greenslopes.

Thomas Rabnott was the youngest to lose his life, three days short of his eighteenth birthday. The eldest to die in the war was George Glasby, at 43 years 1 month.

Three of these brave ANZACs were awarded the Military Medal (MM) for their gallant deeds and one appointed Companion of the Distinguished Service Order (DSO): Robert Alford MM, George Prentice MM, Giulio Reynolds MM and Major William Markwell DSO.

One nursing sister is amongst the memorialised, Sister Agnes Corfield.

Five sets of brothers and an uncle-nephew combination are listed on the memorial.

Of the fatalities, four were commissioned officers (Major, Captain, Sister and Second Lieutenant), eighteen were non-commissioned officers (Sergeant (2), Lance Sergeant (1), Corporal (10) and Lance Corporal (5), whilst 66 were Privates / Gunners / Troopers / Sappers / Drivers. The ranks of three are presently unknown.

As expected, Infantry soldiers bore the brunt of mortalities (62), with Beaudesert Digger fatalities drawn mostly from the 15th Battalion (10), 25th Bn (10), 49th Bn (9) and 26th Bn (8). Other Infantry battalions represented are the 41st and 42nd with five each, 9th, 31st and 47th with four each, 52nd with two and 23rd with one. Ten Light Horsemen lost their lives, six Artillerymen, five Machine Gun Corpsmen, two Engineers (one each from the Pioneers and a Field Company), a Signalman and a Nurse. Unit of service of four fatalities are not presently known.

Photo name serial No. rank unit enlisted death loss of life age at death notable facts the Wiki Tree
Robert Dudley Alford MM4356Sergeant25th Infantry Battalion16 Sep 19152 Sep 1918 Mont St Quentin, SommeDied of Wounds25yrs 5mthsthe fourth cousin in his extended family to be killed during the war
Edwin James Barnes-Private31st Infantry Battalion19 Apr 191623 Sep 1917 SommeKilled in Action19yrs 2mths-
Frank Bayly3698Private25th Infantry Battalion15 Jun 191710 Jun 1918 SommeKilled in Action19yrs 11mths-
Edward James Bishop6546Private49th Infantry Battalion7 Jul 19165 Apr 1918 Dernancourt, SommeKilled in Action25yrs 9mths-
Edmund Parnell Bligh380Private31st Infantry Battalion20 Nov 191510 Apr 1918 Bouzencourt, SommeKilled in Action33yrs 6mthsa paternal great great grandson of William Bligh
Charles Henry Blunt5779Private9th Infantry Battalion31 Dec 191525 Dec 1917 FlandersKilled in Action27yrs 6mthsone of two brothers to lose their lives
Joseph John Blunt6960Private15th Infantry Battalion12 Jun 19167 Jul 1917 FlandersDied of Wounds33yrs 6mthsone of two brothers to lose their lives
Ernest Booth199Sapper1st Division Signals Company14 Dec 19143 Jun 1915 GallipoliKilled in Action24yrs-yet to be connected
John Buckley2041Private42nd Infantry Battalion15 May 19169 Jun 1917 Messines, FlandersKilled in Action--yet to be connected
Edward Chesworth Burgess504Private3rd Machine Gun Company23 Jun 19165 Oct 1917 Ypres, FlandersKilled in Action21yrs 4mths-
Ernest Calvert2053Corporal42nd Infantry Battalion14 Feb 191631 Jul 1917 Ypres, FlandersKilled in Action37yrs-yet to be connected
Arthur William Claydon141Private41st Infantry Battalion28 Dec 191524 Dec 1916 FranceKilled in Action26yrs 4mths-yet to be connected
Herbert William Cooke425Private15th Infantry Battalion23 Sep 191430 Apr 1915 GallipoliKilled in Action21yrs 6mthsfirst on the memorial to be KIA
Arthur Joseph Harold Corbett3247DriverAustralian Mounted Division Train27 Feb 191719 Oct 1918 JerusalemDied of Illness20yrs-
Agnes Beryl Corfield-SisterQueen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service-2 Feb 1916 Alexandria, EgyptDied of Illness24yrs 10mths-
Henry Joseph Cotterell140Lance Corporal41st Infantry Battalion3 Jan 191616 Apr 1917 FlandersKilled in Action24yrs 7mths-
Alfred Edward Cronk1629Private49th Infantry Battalion15 Nov 19151 Sep 1916 Mouquet Farm, SommeKilled in Action21yrs 2mths-
George Henry Cronk3266Private47th Infantry Battalion13 Aug 19158 Aug 1916 Pozières, SommeKilled in Action23yrs 5mths-yet to be connected
John Francis Crozier2634Trooper2nd Light Horse Regiment4 Jan 191611 Jan 1917 Suez, EgyptDied of Wounds28yrsone of two brothers to lose their lives
Robert James Crozier2635Trooper2nd Light Horse Regiment4 Jan 191611 Apr 1918 JerusalemDied of Wounds21yrs 8mthsone of two brothers to lose their lives
Frank Curtis714Private47th Infantry Battalion13 Jan 19175 Apr 1918 Dernancourt, SommeKilled in Action27yrs 2mthsgrandson of the man for whom Curtis Falls is named
James Cuthbert714Corporal3rd Machine Gun Battalion24 Mar 19178 Aug 1918 SommeKilled in Action--yet to be connected
Alfred John Dauth714Corporal3rd Machine Gun Battalion-17 Aug 1917 Seymour, VictoriaDied of Wounds27yrs 0mths-
Andrew Day142Driver2nd Light Horse Regiment21 Aug 191411 Feb 1917 Angara, TurkeyDied of Illness-prisoner of war of the Turks
John Scott Derrick1940Private15th Infantry Battalion16 Feb 19158 Aug 1915 Lone Pine, GallipoliKilled in Action28yrs 1mth-
Alexander Arthur Duncan3550Private5th Machine Gun Battalion8 Jan 19163 May 1918 Netley, EnglandDied of Wounds26yrs 9mths-
Charles Dunn2062Private42nd Infantry Battalion30 May 19165 Apr 1918 Amiens, SommeKilled in Action20yrs 0mths-
John Dunn1703Lance Corporal4th ANZAC Camel Battalion4 Jan 191628 Mar 1918 JerusalemKilled in Action--yet to be connected
William George Earley167Private41st Infantry Battalion18 Jan 191610 Jul 1917 FlandersDied of Wounds--
William Fraser3687Private25th Infantry Battalion27 Nov 19155 Nov 1916 Flers, FranceKilled in Action--yet to be connected
George Ellaby Glasby6974Private49th Infantry Battalion11 Aug 191612 Oct 1917 Ypres, FlandersKilled in Action43yrs 1mtha nephew and cousin also killed in the war
Lyle Stewart Glasby5094Lance Corporal49th Infantry Battalion14 Sep 191525 Apr 1918 Villers-Bretonneux, SommeKilled in Action23yrs 8mthsan uncle and cousin also killed in the war
Sidney Leo Graham2179Private49th Infantry Battalion28 Mar 191623 Aug 1918 Brookwood, SurreyDied of Illness23yrs-
Albert Edward Harper-Second Lieutenant4th Pioneer Battalion2 Aug 191531 Dec 1916 Longueville, FranceKilled in Action21yrs 6mths-
Owen Eugene Hayes4714Private25th Infantry Battalion16 Mar 191524 Apr 1917 Vaulx, SommeDied of Wounds23yrs 10mths-yet to be connected
Frederick Ernest Hillman1010Lance Corporal23rd Infantry Battalion19 Apr 191519 Jun 1916 Armentières, SommeKilled in Action21yrs-
Vincent Alexander Hinchcliffe2328Private42nd Infantry Battalion19 Apr 191511 Feb 1917 Durrington, WiltshireDied of Illness31yrs 7mths-
Henry Albert Holdgate2881Trooper5th Light Horse Regiment18 Jan 191610 Nov 1917 Gaza StripKilled in Action37yrs 8mths-
George Holloway5377Lance Corporal9th Infantry Battalion6 Oct 191524 Apr 1918 SommeKilled in Action32yrs 1mth-yet to be connected
Ronald Horan2377Private47th Infantry Battalion21 Jan 19162 Nov 1917 Poperinghe, FlandersKilled in Action33yrs 11mths-yet to be connected
James Hunt5846Private25th Infantry Battalion10 Jun 19164 Nov 1917 Birr Cross Roads, FlandersKilled in Action22yrs 1mth-
John Hunter3504Private49th Infantry Battalion25 Oct 191626 Sep 1917 Polygon Wood, FlandersKilled in Action22yrs-yet to be connected
Alexander Innes1935Private41st Infantry Battalion24 Jan 19164 Jul 1917 Messines, FlandersKilled in Action22yrs 6mths-yet to be connected
Francis Jennings6794Private15th Infantry Battalion20 Oct 191618 Sep 1918 Jeancourt, SommeKilled in Action23yrs 4mths-
Joshua Jenyns2170Private25th Infantry Battalion12 Jun 191529 Jul 1916 Pozières, SommeKilled in Action28yrs 6mths-
William Jurd3068Private49th Infantry Battalion17 Jun 19153 Sep 1916 Mouquet Farm, SommeKilled in Action21yrs-yet to be connected
Walter Kerwin243Private31st Infantry Battalion10 Jul 19159 Feb 1917 Dernancourt, SommeDied of Wounds25yrs-yet to be connected
George Kirk7000Private9th Infantry Battalion19 Sep 191610 Dec 1916 At SeaDied of Illness22yrs 10mths-
Noel Lahey2743Sapper11th Field Company5 Aug 191510 Jun 1917 SommeDied of Wounds25yrs-
Solomon Lane2348Private41st Infantry Battalion5 Jun 191611 Feb 1917 Durrington, WiltshireDied of Illness21yrs 8mths-
Thomas Langridge780Corporal2nd Light Horse Regiment15 Dec 191418 May 1917 PalestineKilled in Action25yrs-yet to be connected
John McAuley5381Private25th Infantry Battalion3 Feb 19166 Nov 1918 FranceDied of Illness23yrs-yet to be connected
John McDougall1688Private47th Infantry Battalion23 Dec 19157 Jun 1917 FlandersKilled in Action25yrs 8mths-
Eugene McGowan179Trooper2nd Light Horse Regiment23 Dec 191522 May 1915 GallipoliKilled in Action27yrs-yet to be connected
H MacLean--------yet to be connected
Alexander McLeary1725Sergeant3rd Field Artillery Brigade6 Sep 19142 Mar 1919 Lambeth, SurreyDied of Wounds27yrs 8mthsone of two brothers to lose their lives
Roy McLeary2281Corporal52nd Infantry Battalion4 Jan 19165 Apr 1918 Dernancourt, SommeKilled in Action21yrsone of two brothers to lose their lives
William Markwell DSO-Major2nd Light Horse Regiment29 Apr 191631 Oct 1917 Beersheba, IsraelKilled in Action27yrs 10mths-
Robert Martin5073Corporal26th Infantry Battalion3 Jan 19164 Oct 1917 Zonnebeke, FlandersKilled in Action30yrs 0mths-
William Millar5374Private25th Infantry Battalion16 Feb 191623 Apr 1917 SommeKilled in Action22yrs-
Norman Mitchell2631Private49th Infantry Battalion22 May 191515 Aug 1916 Mouquet Farm, SommeKilled in Action21yrsone of two brothers to lose their livesyet to be connected
Percy Mitchell485Private26th Infantry Battalion23 Jun 191514 Nov 1916 Flers, SommeKilled in Action19yrsone of two brothers to lose their livesyet to be connected
Hugh Moloney1142Private26th Infantry Battalion-9 May 1916 Enoggera, QueenslandDied of Illness21yrs 1mth-
Wilfred Montgomery5078Private26th Infantry Battalion15 Jan 19163 Oct 1917 Ypres, FlandersKilled in Action25yrs 8mths-yet to be connected
George Morris5570Private15th Infantry Battalion8 Feb 191628 Aug 1916 Pozières, SommeKilled in Action19yrs 6mths-yet to be connected
John Mulcahy5374Private26th Infantry Battalion4 Jan 191629 Aug 1918 SommeDied of Wounds23yrs-yet to be connected
Harold Nairn30097Gunner11th Field Artillery Brigade6 May 191630 Sep 1918 Ronssoy, SommeDied of Wounds20yrs 10mths-
Robert Oates7327Private15th Infantry Battalion21 Nov 19164 Jul 1918 SommeKilled in Action27yrs-yet to be connected
Norbert O'Reilly7327Private15th Infantry Battalion16 Oct 191623 Sep 1917 Menin Road, FlandersDied of Wounds26yrs 9mthsof the noted O'Reilly's family
Andrew Paxton5390Private25th Infantry Battalion26 Feb 19167 Oct 1917 Poperinge, FlandersDied of Wounds20yrs 5mths-yet to be connected
Grahame Peterson1538Corporal15th Infantry Battalion31 Dec 191412 May 1915 HS LutzowDied of Wounds23yrs 1mth-
Russell Phipps26278Gunner3rd Field Artillery Brigade14 Feb 19166 Dec 1916 North Tidworth, WiltshireDied of Illness33yrs 9mthsgrandson of Marquis of Normandy, 3rd Governor of Queensland
Edward Platt3414Gunner11th Field Artillery Brigade-25 Dec 1916 Becordel-Becourt, SommeDied of Wounds20yrs-yet to be connected
George Prentice MM291Corporal4th Machine Gun Battalion26 Feb 191619 Sep 1918 Corbie, SommeDied of Wounds34yrs 10mthsone of two brothers to lose their livesyet to be connected
John Prentice785Trooper5th Light Horse Regiment2 Jan 19152 Oct 1915 Port Said, EgyptDied of Illness20yrs 9mthsone of two brothers to lose their livesyet to be connected
Arthur Prout1893Private42nd Infantry Battalion18 Mar 191626 Aug 1918 SommeDied of Wounds21yrs-yet to be connected
Thomas Rabnott3838Private15th Infantry Battalion15 Aug 19154 Jul 1916 Pozières, SommeKilled in Action18yrs 0mthsyoungest listed on the memorial
Percival Read1966Private52nd Infantry Battalion18 Jan 191610th July 1919 Greenslopes, QueenslandDied of Wounds25yrs 4mths-
Giulio Reynolds MM2876Corporal9th Infantry Battalion9 Jun 19159 Oct 1917 Broodseinde Ridge, FlandersDied of Wounds24yrs 0mths-yet to be connected
William Salisbury9073Gunner2nd Divisional Ammunition Column27 Sep 191520 Jul 1917 FlandersKilled in Action35yrs 6mths-yet to be connected
Edward Short6468Private26th Infantry Battalion31 Oct 19163 Oct 1917 Menin Road, SommeDied of Wounds22yrs-yet to be connected
Hubert Selwyn Smith-Captain49th Infantry Battalion31 Oct 19166 Jun 1917 Messines, SommeDied of Wounds26yrs 8mths-
Sidney Stanbury2982Private31st Infantry Battalion19 Jan 191615 Mar 1917 SommeKilled in Action31yrs-yet to be connected
Alfred Stephens569Corporal26th Infantry Battalion22 Mar 19155 Aug 1916 Pozières, SommeKilled in Action25yrs-
John Stephens4783Private26th Infantry Battalion15 Nov 19153 May 1917 Bullecourt, SommeKilled in Action31yrs-yet to be connected
J Taylor--------yet to be connected
J Thompson--------yet to be connected
Charles Warner26284Gunner3rd Field Artillery Brigade10 Jan 19165 Jun 1917 Ploegsteert, FlandersKilled in Action31yrs 4mths-
Perce Watterson7326Private15th Infantry Battalion1 Nov 19164 Jul 1918 Hamel, SommeKilled in Action27yrs 1mth-
Oliver Wease2028Lance Sergeant25th Infantry Battalion26 Jul 19151 Jan 1918 Ploegsteert, FlandersKilled in Action22yrs 11mths-

Three other men who lost their lives in the war had links to Beaudesert, but do not appear on the memorial.

Photo name serial No. rank unit enlisted death loss of life age at death notable facts
Arthur Stewart Munro Bridson-Private9th Infantry Battalion26 Feb 191624 Apr 1918 SommeKilled in Action27yrs 9mthswas born in Beaudesert
Albert James Lovejoy1173Private33rd Infantry Battalion5 Jan 19167 Jun 1917 Messines, FlandersKilled in Action18yrs 10mthswas born in Beaudesert
Clement Lionel Egerton Wragge647Trooper2nd Light Horse Regiment23 Sep 191416 May 1915 GallipoliDied of Wounds34yrs 10mthsconducted extensive survey work around the Lamington and Canungra districts

The Second World War

The Second World War, really an extension of the First World War, is recognised as being between 1939 and 1945. Thirty-three names of local men and women who laid down their lives appear on the Beaudesert War Memorial.

Photo name serial No. rank unit enlisted death loss of life age at death notable facts the Wiki Tree
Leonard Peter BuchbachQX4672Private2/9th Infantry Battalion3 Nov 19395 May 1941 TobrukKilled in Action26yrs 3mths-connected
John Francis Crozier404327SergeantNo.104 Squadron (RAF)16 Aug 194014 Jul 1942 El AlameinKilled in Action25yrs 10mthslost father and uncle in First World Warconnected
John Andrew 'Jack' DrynanQX21535Private2/9th Infantry Battalion9 May 194118 Dec 1942 BunaKilled in Action25yrs 11mths-connected
Hugh Richter McDonald-Private18th King Edward VII's Own Cavalry, Indian Army Corps194027 May 1942 El AlameinKilled in Action26yrs 1mthenlisted whilst a missionary with the Ceylon and India General Missionconnected
Thomas Henry MileyQX24400Private2/12th Field Ambulance3 Nov 194114 May 1943 at Sea aboard the '"CentaurKilled in Action36yrs 0mths-connected
Cynthia Mabel ThiedekeQFX22500Sister2/12th General Hospital27 Apr 194127 Sep 1942 CeylonDied of Illness27yrs 1mth-connected

Further reading

  • McIvor, Shirley and Trevor. Salute the Brave: A Pictorial Record of Queensland War Memorials. USQ Press, Toowoomba, Queensland, 1994. ISBN 0 949414 54 9.
  • Mason, David. The Soldiers & Nurses of the Beaudesert District in WW1 (1914-1919).
  • Tasker, Melanie. The Beaudesert War Memorial 1915-1921. Beaudesert Historical Society, Beaudesert, Queensland.
  • War Memorials of Queensland's Scenic Rim Region
  • Wikipedia: Beaudesert War Memorial.



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