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20580:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

Zak and Ramona Nedianu. A new generation of "cafe kids"

Saturday 4th July.

Two of Vio and Ayesha Nedianu's children. Vio, a native of Timisoara in Romania, came to Bingara when he saw the search was on for someone to take over the Roxy, saw what had been done to the cafe, and fell in love with the concept all over again. Ayesha was originally from Jordan.

Vio and Ayesha and five of their eight children - Amira, Zacharia, Ramona, Latifa and Hercules - have left Brisbane and their family Italian ristorante behind to make a ...

20579:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

A new generation of of "cafe kids"

Saturday 4th July.

Four of Vio and Ayesha Nedianu's children. Vio, a native of Timisoara in Romania, came to Bingara when he saw the search was on for someone to take over the Roxy, saw what had been done to the cafe, and fell in love with the concept all over again. Ayesha was originally from Jordan.

Vio and Ayesha and five of their eight children - Amira, Zacharia, Ramona, Latifa and Hercules - have left Brisbane and their family Italian ristorante behind to make ...

20578:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

Many meals were served through the Roxy Cafe's opening week

Saturday 4th July.

It was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian style cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical interest in the region:

North_West_Magazine_Composite_A.pdf ...

20577:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

A large crowd gathered on the inside of the Roxy Cafe

On the first few days of the Roxy Cafe opening. Saturday 4th July.

It was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian style cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical interest in the region:

20575:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

More customers lining the entry of the Roxy Cafe to get in.

On the first few days of the Roxy Cafe opening. Saturday 4th July.

It was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian style cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical interest in the region:

20573:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 11.07.2012

First few days of the Roxy Cafe opening. Saturday 4th July

Customers lined the entry of the Cafe to get in.

It was a momentous occasion - the first time in 46 years that the cafe had been re-opened as a Greek-Australian style cafe.

Download pages from the North West Magzine pertaining to the opening of the Roxy Cafe, the Orange Festival, Bingara, the 150th anniversary of the Bingara Public School, and places of historical interest in the region:

North_West_Magazine_Composite_A.pdf ...

20518:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by North West Magazine on 05.07.2012

Welcome to new-look Bingara Roxy Cafe

North West Magazine, June 25th 2012, page 3

Photograph: Vio Nedianu, left, and his assistant, Davinder Bobby Singh, are looking forward to the opening of the Roxy Cafe this week.

Almost half a century since it last served a milk shake or a mixed grill, Bingara's Roxy Cafe is again open for business.

The iconic establishment once a part of the magnificent Roxy Theatre complex in Bingara's main street, will re-open its doors on Wednesdy to coincide with ...

20517:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 09.07.2012

The Roxy Cafe. An Australian and Greek-Australian icon establishes permanency.

Photograph: Vio and Ayesha Nedianu working feverishly on Saturday the 30th July, the third day of operation of the Roxy Cafe. Between the annual Orange Festival, and the 150th Anniversary of the opening of Bingara Public School, Bingara was 'buzzing'.

The Roxy Cafe, Bingara, known as the Peters and Co Cafe, gains a very long term operator.

This means that now, within the Roxy 'complex' there exists 4 fully operational and fully established components - the Roxy THEATRE, ...

20516:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by North West Magazine on 05.07.2012

Welcome to new-look Bingara Roxy Cafe

North West Magazine, June 25th 2012, page 3

Photograph: Vio Nedianu, left, and his assistant, Davinder Bobby Singh, are looking forward to the opening of the Roxy Cafe this week.

Almost half a century since it last served a milk shake or a mixed grill, Bingara's Roxy Cafe is again open for business.
The iconic establishment once a part of the magnificent Roxy Theatre complex in Bingara's main street, will re-open its doors on Wednesdy to coincide with the town's ...

20510:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Peter Makarthis on 09.07.2012

Two Peters at Roxy Bingara

Peter Makarthis (Mc Carthy) Principal Researcher, and Peter Giannes of Inverell, at the Roxy Bingara NSW with promotion for the Roxy Museum Committee on Orange Day 30 June 2012.

Contact Peter McCarthy by email.

20465:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Vasilia Uhrweiss (nee Margetis) on 21.06.2012

Cosmopolitan Oyster Parlour in Pitt St, owned by the Comino brothers - my grandmothers uncles

It is the building immediately next to the Hotel in the right hand side corner.

The Life story of George and Agapi Lianos

The Lianos Comino Odyssey


My Grandparents were Agapi and George Lianos from Kythera,Greece. Papou was born on the 9th June1873 in the village of Liananika to Emmanuel and Relia, farm owners. He was the only son and had four sisters, Irene, Kerani, Marigo and Stavroula. Agapi's birth date was in 1867.

He worked ...

20327:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Vasilia Uhrweiss (nee Margetis) on 30.04.2012

The Crescent Theatre at Fairfield owned by Bretos Margetis

Bretos owned this theatre from approximately 1924 to 1929. He also owned the Butterfly Theatre in Fairfield. He and my Mother Theodora ran both both the theatres and, a shop at 617 George Street, Sydney, at the same time, during these years.

I have written the Life Story of my father, which features in the Notable Kytherians section. My father was a Founding Member of the Kytherian Association of Australia in 1922. He was also on the organising Committtee of Ayia Triatha church ...

20325:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Vasilia Uhrweiss (nee Margetis) on 30.04.2012

Restaurant at 617 George St Sydney, owned by Bretos Margetis in the 1920s

I have written the Life Story of my father, which features in the Notable Kytherians section. My father was a Founding Member of the Kytherian Association of Australia in 1922. He was also on the organising Committtee of Ayia Triatha church in Surry Hills.

Bretos Margetis

24th November, 1889 - 12th November, 1961.

My father Bretos Margetis was named after his grandfather, who is pictured here with his daughters,and was probably born about 1850. His son ...

20275:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by James Victor Prineas on 22.04.2012

Theo Crithary (Theodoros Kritharis)

The entry for the Kritharis and Tzorztopoulos brothers on Page 147, Life in Australia, (1916), which includes Theo Crithary reads:

Kritharis & Tzortzopoulos brothers

1) Theodoros Kritharis, (Theo Crithary) 2) Theodoros Tzortzopoulos, (theo Poulos) 3) Minas Tzortzopoulos, (Mick Poulos) 4) Panagiotis Kritharis (Peter Crithary)

View / download a copy of page ...

20273:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Kytherian Association Of Australia on 08.10.2012

Farewell party for Bishop Nikodimos, 1938

The function was held in the upstairs area of the Sydney Cafe, 735 George Street, which was then owned by Emmanuel Mavromatis, who is depicted in the photograph.

I have numbered the attendees to this function in another photograph. The numbers in this entry refer to the numbers used there.

The function was held in the upstairs area of the Sydney Cafe, 735 George Street, ...

20272:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Theo Notaras on 20.04.2012

Paragon Cafe Tenterfield 1938-40 (Frank & Matina Notaras Photo Collection)

Left to right.

Theo Tzortopoulos, Irene Tzortzopoulos,Nicholas Tzortopoulos, Matina Tzortzopulos later Notaras.

The rest unknown

20271:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Theo Notaras on 20.04.2012

Liberty Cafe Canberra post WW2( Frank & Matina Notaras Photo collection )

John ? standing on the left.

Frank Notaras on the right.

20270:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Theo Notaras on 20.04.2012

Liberty Cafe pre WW2 (Frank & Matina Notaras Photo Collection.)

Spero Gavrilly standing on the left.

Frank Notaras Standing on the right.

Katina Gavrilly ( Notaras ) in the background.

Circa 1939-40 pre WW2

20267:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by James Victor Prineas on 20.04.2012

The entry for the Kritharis and Tzorztopoulos brothers on Page 147, Life in Australia, (1916), which includes Theo Crithary reads:

1) Theodoros Kritharis, (Theo Crithary) 2) Theodoros Tzortzopoulos, (theo Poulos) 3) Minas Tzortzopoulos, (Mick Poulos) 4) Panagiotis Kritharis (Peter Crithary)

View / download a copy of page 147 here:

LIA English 147.pdf

Two splendid and extremely profitable shops, located in the city of Glenn Innes, in New South Wales, do worthy honour to the Greek name. The shops, both of which stand on the ...

20264:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George S Venardos on 20.04.2012

Peters & Co, shop, Grey Street Glen Innes, NSW

Designated as a Fish & Oyster Saloon Confectioner & Fruiterers.

Owned by Theo and Peter Crithary. (Theo is almost certainly the prominent figure in the centre of this photograph).

To be confirmed are the other 3 adults and two young boys in the photograph.

They may include - Leonidas Gengos, Nicholas P Aroney, Spiro Coroneos, Theo George Poulos, Michael (Tzortzo)Poulos,Theo (Tzortzo)Poulos.

See also page 147 of Life in Australia for the ...