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Because many of these troops arrived with different equipment to that used by the British, supply of ammunition and field repair of weapons quickly became an issue, restricting their capabilities in battle. The Government resolved to make Australia independent of British munitions and armament supplies. In the decision was made to establish a factory for the manufacture of small arms in Australia. SAF Factory from the hillside above, A number of sites had been put up as suitable locations for the new factory. In the Lithgow Progress Association and the local member of Parliament Joseph Cooke who was later to become Prime Minister began lobbying for the consideration of Lithgow as the site for the proposed small arms factory.

In local identity Mr William Sandford, the proprietor of the Eskbank Iron Works, added to the lobbying by proposing an extremely good offer of land, a coal supply, a rail siding and preparation of his iron works for the production of suitable steel. This offer was never taken up. Other advantages of building the new factory at Lithgow were evident. The town was serviced by road and rail. It had a thriving iron works, coal, and limestone, and was afforded protection by its location in the western foothills of the Blue Mountains. In land was purchased and building of the new factory commenced.

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This can only be attained by using automatic machines, attended by human beings working with almost automatic precision. The only skilled labour required for the manufacture of small arms is that for straightening rifle barrels. The remainder of the work is done by boys tending automatic machinery. Four serious offers were received. Doubts were expressed that a rifle could be manufactured to British standards by any foreign machines. World War I, - From a Melbourne newspaper Nobody was Saf seeking and date for the weekend in dubbo expect that the world would be plunged into the conflict of World War 1 which began quite suddenly in July The fledgling factory was still not up to its full production potential of 20, rifles per year and ni 13, were wewkend to the Army between July and July Upon the outbreak of war the Factory immediately set about increasing its security.

The grounds were lit at night wnd around-the-clock armed guards were employed. The Factory had enough raw materials in store for about one year of dor, and frantic efforts began to annd enough raw materials and skilled seekend for the increase in rhe in the years to follow. A second shift was introduced to cope with the workload. During the war employment at the factory peaked at just over 1, men. Lithgow at the time was unsewered, roads were dirt, and public transport was virtually non-existent. Lithgow's long cold winters led to miserable conditions when added to the huge im on the town's existing services, and the critical shortage of accommodation.

People were living in appalling conditions in small over-crowded and sometimes condemned houses, tents and even crude humpies. Although the situation was frequently brought up the Goverment did little to alleviate the problems. And it became worse as the war progressed. Though not always justified, complaints about the quality of Lithgow rifles had plagued Datd Management since production began. The factory had its own quality assurance program, but after further complaints Military inspection of factory production commenced in Army Quality Assurance continued on at the Factory from that time. Between the wars Erecting the new Vickers building Following WWI Lithgow suffered the pain of severe decline as employment was lost from the Factory, the coal mines, steelworks and shale oil works.

Calls for the Factory to take on commercial work to save jobs fell on deaf ears - the Government knew that this would create problems in other areas and placed strict conditions on allowing the Factory to seek outside work. Despite strident protests and lobbying, employment had reduced to just over men by mid Rather than close the Government factories down completely the Government ordered that they be reduced to a skeleton or 'nucleus' workforce to maintain capabilities and preserve skills in readiness for when they would again be needed. The factory was kept barely ticking over by building more machine tools for its sections and making and converting rifle barrels for the new Mk VII ammunition.

The rest of the production consisted of a mishmash of small uncomplicated commercial work including toasting forks, washers, air brake parts for trains and other items for Government Departments including artificial limbs, aircraft parts and hand tools, In the Government changed its position and encouraged the Factory to seek commercial work. This resulted in profitable and long-lasting work on shearing handsets, parts for cinema projectors, golf clubs, and spanners. During the economic Depression of the 's the cost of producing Australian wool climbed above the world buying price. The Government ordered the Factory to copy the expensive imported shearing combs and cutters and thereby saved Australia's most valuable export industry.

The inevitable raft of complaints by the importers fell on deaf Government ears. From to building extensions were carried out including a 3-story building to house the manufacture of the Vickers machine gun, a steel storage building, and the General Machine Shop - the factory's machine maintenance area. Further extensions were erected during the - 39 period for the manufacture of the Bren light machine gun. SMLE rifle production ceased in and resumed in At the outbreak of war in the demand rose toper year, increasing again in early toper year. On top of this was the increased demand for Bren light machine guns and Vickers machine guns, Lithgow being the only manufacturer of the Vickers outside of Britain at this time.

The factory struggled to cope with not only the increase of production for the Australian Army, but also pleas for weapons from Britain and other Commonwealth countries. Following the evacuation of Dunkirk in the British Government requested that all available Australian weapons be sent to Britain to replace losses. The Australian Government complied by sending 30, rifles. Air raid precautions were completed in the second half of Factory windows were blacked out, sirens were installed and lighting rewired so that all lights could be immediately switched off, critical factory records and drawings were replicated and stored, shelter trenches were dug, and a concrete water tank installed to increase fire-fighting capacity.

The penetration of Sydney harbour by Japanese midget submarines prompted the Army to build and man anti-aircraft batteries containing four 3. The factory itself mounted Lewis light machine guns atop the archway between the Toolroom buildings, later replaced by more modern Bren guns. The Lithgow factory could not keep up with arms requirements. A new annex factory was erected at Bathurst some 40 miles west of Lithgow. This was followed by the erection of feeder factories in the surrounding towns of Orange, Forbes, Wellington, Mudgee, Cowra, Young, Dubbo, Parkes, Portland and Katoomba, which was never used.

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