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  • Wesfarmers - Centenary Community Concert
    9 00pm Headline performance by West Australian Symphony Orchestra WASO and West Australian Opera WAO Do I need a ticket for the event The Wesfarmers Centenary Concert is a general admission event and free to attend so tickets are not required What time should I arrive Gates open at 4 00pm with pre show entertainment commencing at 4 30pm and the main performance commencing at 7 00pm We encourage guests to arrive early to allow time to park make your way into the venue find a viewing area and enjoy the picnic atmosphere How do I find further information and updates on the event Keep an eye on this page for updates on the event or you might like to register your details below or follow us on Twitter Wesfarmers Back to top General information Is parking available Parking is available on Jubilee Oval and surrounding streets around Northam However we do recommend guests consider carpooling or arranging local community buses through their Shire and sporting clubs Please note there will be some road closures around the venue Can I purchase or bring food or alcohol to the concert Guests are welcome to bring their own food and beverages including alcohol to the concert A variety of food stalls will also be set up at the venue Please note the Wesfarmers Centenary Community Concert is a BYO alcohol event only The Concert will not be licensed no alcohol will be available for purchase at the event The conditions of entry include some restrictions on the volume and type of alcohol which can be brought into the venue Will there be security checks For everyone s safety security will be present and bag checks may be carried out at the entrance to the event What should I bring to the event Blankets cushions low or high chairs if you prefer not to sit on the grass Hats and sunscreen for sun protection Food and drinks if you wish these will also be available for purchase A raincoat or poncho if rain is forecast Are there any prohibited items The following will not be permitted in the venue Alcohol quantities and types which do not meet the Conditions of Entry Tents and sun shelters Cameras with powerful zoom lenses Pets other than guide dogs For more information please read the full conditions of entry Will there be viewing screens Yes two large LED screens will be displayed either side of the stage showing live footage of the performance Is there free seating and what type of seating can I bring The event site will be marked for audience seating with blanket low seat and high seat areas All seating areas will be line marked and ushers will be present to help direct you to the suitable seating area depending on what type of seating you have Please note tents or sun shelters are not permitted Can I take photos and videos during the event Yes but professional recording of stage performances using

    Original URL path: https://www.wesfarmers.com.au/community-a-sustainability/centenary-community-concert.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Wesfarmers - Centenary Community Concert
    Symphony Orchestra WASO and West Australian Opera WAO Do I need a ticket for the event The Wesfarmers Centenary Concert is a general admission event and free to attend so tickets are not required What time should I arrive Gates open at 4 00pm with pre show entertainment commencing at 4 30pm and the main performance commencing at 7 00pm We encourage guests to arrive early to allow time to park make your way into the venue find a viewing area and enjoy the picnic atmosphere How do I find further information and updates on the event Keep an eye on this page for updates on the event or you might like to register your details below or follow us on Twitter Wesfarmers Back to top General information Is parking available Parking is available on Jubilee Oval and surrounding streets around Northam However we do recommend guests consider carpooling or arranging local community buses through their Shire and sporting clubs Please note there will be some road closures around the venue Can I purchase or bring food or alcohol to the concert Guests are welcome to bring their own food and beverages including alcohol to the concert A variety of food stalls will also be set up at the venue Please note the Wesfarmers Centenary Community Concert is a BYO alcohol event only The Concert will not be licensed no alcohol will be available for purchase at the event The conditions of entry include some restrictions on the volume and type of alcohol which can be brought into the venue Will there be security checks For everyone s safety security will be present and bag checks may be carried out at the entrance to the event What should I bring to the event Blankets cushions low or high chairs if you prefer not to sit on the grass Hats and sunscreen for sun protection Food and drinks if you wish these will also be available for purchase A raincoat or poncho if rain is forecast Are there any prohibited items The following will not be permitted in the venue Alcohol quantities and types which do not meet the Conditions of Entry Tents and sun shelters Cameras with powerful zoom lenses Pets other than guide dogs For more information please read the full conditions of entry Will there be viewing screens Yes two large LED screens will be displayed either side of the stage showing live footage of the performance Is there free seating and what type of seating can I bring The event site will be marked for audience seating with blanket low seat and high seat areas All seating areas will be line marked and ushers will be present to help direct you to the suitable seating area depending on what type of seating you have Please note tents or sun shelters are not permitted Can I take photos and videos during the event Yes but professional recording of stage performances using audio video or photographic equipment is not

    Original URL path: http://www.wesfarmers.com.au/community-a-sustainability/centenary-community-concert.html?chronoform=concert&event=submit (2014-01-05)
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  • Wesfarmers - Partially Protected Shares
    into Wesfarmers ordinary shares on Monday 9 December 2013 so there are no Wesfarmers partially protected shares from Monday 9 December 2013 the rights and restrictions conferred on each partially protected share under the Terms of Issue no longer apply and partially protected shareholders have no entitlement to be issued with ordinary shares in addition to those that are reclassified How is the VWAP calculated The VWAP is defined in the Terms of Issue It is the volume weighted average sale price of ordinary shares sold on ASX excluding special crossings and other certain trades as outlined in the Terms of Issue As soon as the VWAP over a period of 20 consecutive business days exceeded the cap price of 43 11 an early reclassification trigger occurred There was no need for the VWAP or the share price to remain above the cap price of 43 11 for any particular period of time after the reclassification trigger occurred What happens if my trade in partially protected shares did not settle before Monday 9 December 2013 Trades in partially protected shares that were not settled prior to Monday 9 December 2013 will be settled as reclassified ordinary shares on a one for one basis on and from Monday 9 December 2013 What will happen to the WESN code on the ASX All Wesfarmers ordinary shares and partially protected shares that were reclassified into ordinary shares trade under the WES code effective Monday 9 December 2013 Given the reclassification partially protected shares were removed from quotation on the ASX following the close of trading on Friday 6 December 2013 Back to top Changes to WESN Terms of Issue Why did Wesfarmers extend the reclassification date to Monday 9 December 2013 Under the Terms of Issue the reclassification was to take place prior to the commencement of trading on the last business day of the month in which the early reclassification trigger occurred This would have coincided with the period during which settlement of deferred trades associated with the capital return and share consolidation was occurring Accordingly the Board amended the reclassification date in accordance with the Terms of Issue so that the reclassification date was Monday 9 December 2013 This allowed sufficient time for deferred trades associated with the capital return and share consolidation to settle prior to the reclassification of partially protected shares What gives Wesfarmers the right to extend the reclassification date without shareholder consent The Terms of Issue of the Wesfarmers partially protected shares were able to be altered without the approval of holders of Wesfarmers partially protected shares where the amendments were considered by Wesfarmers not to be materially prejudicial to the interests of holders of Wesfarmers partially protected shares as a whole The Board amended the reclassification date in accordance with the Terms of Issue so that the early lapse reclassification date was Monday 9 December 2013 This allowed sufficient time for deferred trades associated with the capital return and share consolidation to settle prior to the

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  • Wesfarmers
    with any investment decision Wesfarmers does not warrant or represent that the Information is free from errors or omissions or that it is accurate reliable complete or contemporary or suitable for your intended use or that of any other person To the extent permitted by law Wesfarmers excludes all liability whether under contract negligence or any other tort or under any statute or at law or otherwise however arising for any loss damage cost or expense which may be incurred or suffered directly or indirectly by any person arising from the use of or reliance upon the Information The Information is not addressed to any person in a jurisdiction where access to it or any use of it would result in a contravention by Wesfarmers or any other person or entity of the laws of that jurisdiction Persons resident outside Australia may access this section of the website If you download you must inform yourself about and comply with applicable laws and regulations including without limitation observing securities laws and regulations in certain jurisdictions that impose restrictions on the distribution of information memoranda and prospectuses and the offering of securities Any item of Information must be read subject to all limitations and exclusions of liability set out in the relevant Information Forward looking statements opinions and estimates provided in the Information are based on assumptions and contingencies which are subject to change without notice as are statements about market and industry trends which are based on interpretations of current market conditions Forward looking statements including without limitation projections guidance on future earnings and estimates are provided as a general guide only and should not be relied upon as an indication or guarantee of future performance They are subject to known and unknown risks uncertainties and assumptions many of which are

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  • Wesfarmers - Basil Murray
    1917 Wellington Street The Great War ends First Chief Executive and Managing Director 1917 1925 Whenever the bush telegraph announced Basil Murray would be speaking at a local hall large numbers of farmers came into town to hear his eloquent

    Original URL path: http://www.wesfarmers.com.au/centenary-site/centenary-stories/item/103-basil-murray.html?tmpl=component (2014-01-05)
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  • Wesfarmers - Westralian Farmers’ Co-operative Limited
    change in law The Westralian Farmers Limited was able to change its name to The Westralian Farmers Co operative Limited Westralian Farmers Ltd have shown what co operation can do What heights of achievement will this company s centenary show

    Original URL path: http://www.wesfarmers.com.au/centenary-site/centenary-stories/item/121-westralian_farmers%E2%80%99_co-operative_limited.html?tmpl=component (2014-01-05)
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  • Wesfarmers - Focus on growth
    Wesfarmers stories Focus on growth 2014 Getting out of forests Centenary year snapshot Take a closer look

    Original URL path: http://www.wesfarmers.com.au/centenary-site/centenary-stories/item/188-focus-on-growth.html?tmpl=component (2014-01-05)
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