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3702:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 05.02.2006

Bingara Theatre. Memories recalled. August 9, 2003.

"It's much like it was in the '50s" . . . former projectionist's assistant Dennis Miller. Photo: Paul Mathews

Roxy lives again as little town's cultural hub

By Peter Cochrane

August 9, 2003


Back in the early 1930s Bingara was a town going places. At least that's what.... Peter John Feros, Katsehamos, (Mitata)- George Ernest (Proto)Psaltis, Katsavias, (Frilingianika), and Emanuel Theodoropoulos Aronis, known ...

3655:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 14.06.2004

Paragon Cafe, Katoomba, NSW - view looking into store with water fountain display on the left

The Paragon Cafe, Katoomba, NSW, Australia is a 20th century, Kytherian cafe "time capsule".

Note:

1. The Simos photo gallery surrounding the upper part of the store.

2. The original glass counters.

3. Original chandeliers.

4. Original ceilings.

5. Fine woodwork and craftsmanship.

6. How incredibly busy it is. On the day I attended all tables were full, at all times.

3654:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 14.06.2004

Paragon Cafe, Katoomba, NSW - original milkshake makers, metal milkshake containers, and sundae glasses - in situ, 2004

The Paragon Cafe, Katoomba, NSW, Australia is a 20th century, Kytherian cafe "time capsule".

Paragon Cafe, Katoomba, NSW - original milkshake makers, metal milkshake containers, and sundae glasses - in situ, 2004

3653:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 14.06.2004

Paragon Cafe, Katoomba, NSW, Australia -

The Paragon Cafe, Katoomba, NSW, Australia is a 20th century, Kytherian cafe "time capsule".

"Penny" Vending Machine, surrounded by film posters, in situ, 2004.

3652:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 14.06.2004

Saraton Theatre, Grafton, NSW, Australia - Walls and Screen surround with speakers

For more background on the Saraton Theatre - see entry; "Saraton Theatre, Grafton, NSW, Australia - Looking to the stage - the World Heritage stage?"

Photograph from website at:

http://www.nsw.nationaltrust.org.au/saraton2.html

3651:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 14.06.2004

Saraton Theatre - Grafton, NSW, Australia - refurbished walls

For more information on the Saraton Theatre - see entry; "Saraton Theatre, Grafton, NSW, Australia - Looking to the stage - the World Heritage stage?"

Photograph from website at:

http://www.nsw.nationaltrust.org.au/saraton2.html

3650:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 14.06.2004

Saraton Theatre, Grafton, NSW, Australia - Looking to rear entry into theatre

For more information on the Saraton Theatre - see entry; "Saraton Theatre, Grafton, NSW, Australia - Looking to the stage - the World Heritage stage?"

Photograph from website at:

http://www.nsw.nationaltrust.org.au/saraton2.html

3649:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 14.06.2004

Saraton Theatre, Grafton, NSW, Australia - Foyer

For more information on the Saraton Theatre - see entry; "Saraton Theatre - Looking to the stage - the World Heritage stage?"

Photograph from website at:

http://www.nsw.nationaltrust.org.au/saraton2.html

3648:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 29.09.2004

Saraton Theatre, Grafton, NSW, Australia - Looking to the stage - the World Heritage stage?

From:

http://www.nsw.nationaltrust.org.au/saraton2.html

NATIONAL TRUST REGISTER
Approved and entered 24th November 1999

GRAFTON Saraton Theatre
95 Prince Street

OWNER: Notaras Bros Pty Ltd c/- Mr Angelo Notaras PO Box 513 Rozelle NSW 2039

LESSEE: Irene Notaras PO Box 82 Woollahra NSW 2025

LGA: Grafton City Council
PO Box 24
Grafton NSW 2460

3647:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 29.09.2004

Bingara - Roxy Theatre - magnificently restored - Kevin James Cork's Thesis

Some of the early history of the Roxy Theatre has been recounted by the (late) Kevin James Cork, a great phillhellene, and phillekytherian, in his unpublished MA Thesis, University of Western Sydney.

You are going to hear a lot about Kevin Cork, and his cinematic research, at kythera-family.net.

Writing in the 1990's, about Cinemas's that needed to be preserved in Australia. no 4. was the Roxy Theatre at Bingara.

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3645:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 13.06.2004

Paragon Cafe - Katoomba

Many of the walls of the Paragon are adorned with friezes depicting scenes from Greek history and mythology.

This is another of those friezes.

3644:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 13.06.2004

Paragon Cafe - Katoomba

Many of the walls of the Paragon are adorned with friezes from Greek history and mythology.

This is one of those friezes.

3643:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 13.06.2004

Paragon Cafe - Katoomba

Quiche water fountain, still on the same counter, still running, and still prominently displayed towards the front of the shop at the Paragon Cafe, Katoomba.

3642:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 16.06.2004

Paragon Cafe, Katoomba

Still making and selling the most superior cakes, chocolates, candies & fudges in Australia.

3641:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 13.06.2004

Paragon, Katoomba - Street frontage

[This is the text which appeared in the original advertisement to sell the Paragon business and freehold.

The original advertisement can be viewed at

http://www.nationaltrust.com.au/paragon.asp

Note that Kytherian descendants operating a long-standing Real Estate Business, sold the property for Kytherian descendants of a long-standing "cafe" business - in Katoomba.]

**SOLD**

"The Paragon"

Commercial Investment ...

3610:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 12.06.2004

Ella and Dave Sophios outside the Blue Bird Cafe, Lithgow, NSW, Australia

"This photo was taken outside Dad's Bluebird Cafe in Lithgow, where he met my mother when she came to work for him.

The Bluebird Cafe is classified by
the National Trust."

- Peter Sophios, Mittagong.

For more information on the Sophios family - 2004 visit their website at

http://www.hinet.net.au/~sophios/index.htm

3595:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 25.10.2004

Jim Kepreotes - Gunnedah - in his 40's

Jim Kepreotes - Gunnedah - in his 40's.

For more detailed entries on his involvement in the town of Gunnedah, search under Gunnedah, through the internal search engine provided on the site.

As with many other photographs of Kytherians and Greeks in Gunnedah, the original photograph is held in repository at the:

Water Tower Museum,
Anzac Park
Gunnedah

PO Box 244
Gunnedah
NSW 2380

02 ...

3594:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 26.12.2004

Theo Fatseas - Gunnedah business identity

Theo Fatseas - Gunnedah business identity.
He lived in Gunnedah for 30 years. Theo owned the Monterey Cafe. He had two children, a boy and a girl. Both married and living in Sydney.

Theo Fatseas died on the 10th July, 1997.

[Information from Theo Kepreotes, Maroubra.]

It would be great for family, friends and associates to elaborate much more fully on Theo Fatseas's life.

As with many other photographs of Kytherians and Greeks ...

3593:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 09.06.2004

Busy Bee Cafe, Gunnedah, NSW, Australia - frontage

The Busy Bee Cafe is still a landmark in Gunnedah's central business district. When Loula Zantiotis came to Gunnedah in 1954, Nelson and Neate bootmakers was next door (Pursegloves) with Heath Bros in the shop next to the old Grand Central Hotel (Target Country).

See other entries in this section under Loula Zantiotis, and the Busy Bee Cafe, for more extensive histories.

See section People, subsection - Nicknames for more information about the Zantiotis family from Ayia ...

3592:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George Poulos on 25.10.2004

Acropolis Cafe, Gunnedah NSW Australia - facade - 2004

Acropolis Cafe Gunnedah, NSW. The Cafe has long since closed, but the facade still announces the name.

The original owners were the Melitas Brothers, whose name has always remained on the facade.

Kytherians Emanuel Kepreotes and his business partner, Peter Veneris, bought the Acropolis Cafe from the Melitas Brothers, and in the late 1920s they also bought the building. They ran the business until 1945.

For more detailed history see entry entitled "Gunnedah, ...