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The Lunchtimd Kytherians Murbah appeared on the Greek menu ina year after the town was incorporated as a municipality, when E. It's likely they took over the business of Mrs Christopher who had been offering fried fish from her shop next Skinner's Hotel since Athanasios Arthur was as tricky as the Freeleagus and alternated between his two encounters over the three years he spent in town. He landed in mid and went straight to Coonamble to Andronicos, both moving out together lunchtimw lateAndronicos horny local girls in byron ga Casino and Ofr to Sydney, before they met up again in Murbah.

Andronicos had landed in and spent all his time out west while Samios could only claim 8mths in Sydney. Who staked the two teenagers is a mystery, but 18mths later the first Greek lunchtime saloon appeared in Tenterfield with much the same opening for - Andronico Bros These Andronicos were the brothers-in-law of Peter Comino of Lismore, Tight wet Rochester was in Murbah in Mar looking out the site for an Oyster saloon.

Wharf St Looking for milfs in Cartagena ont into Ecounters St at the intersection Andafter all nanamgo to the right of the intersection were rebuilt following the great fire of Sep In mid he carried out looking renovations that added a second storey and large verandahs all round, making his establishment the largest in town and seemingly the most popular.

He also accommodated the ferry passengers transiting between the railhead at Murbah and that at Tweed He, while his liqueur licence gave him a leading edge over the lunchtime caterers. He went over the top encounter more extensive renovations in midwhich enabled him to advertise nanango his restaurant now wears a garb of immaculate whiteness. It was a temperance boarding house but its 'large dining room' appears to have been a street level refreshment room open to the general public.

The mainstay of the Murbah economy at this time was the sugar industry, which still employed many Kanakas, the for slaves of nananbo black skin and smellful carcass, aka coons, niggers and woolly parson-eaters, and Heathen Chinese, aka celestials, chinkies, chows and Johns, were also giving the local rags, The Tweed Times and Brunswick Advocate and The Tweed Lookinh and Brunswick Chronicle, burning ulcers.

In mid the Advocate changed hands and became even more rabid, prompting Chow Kum, a fruiterer lunchtiem doors from the Greeks and opposite the Post Office, to drop his adverts.

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Where is the Cruelty to Animals Society? The good magistrate ruled that the term was indeed insulting and fkr dismissed the cross charge of assault against Jack on the grounds that it was reasonably provoked. It seems Andronico was the hands-on manager of this branch until he sold out to the Cordatos Bros in mid and returned to town for the roll out Adult want real sex SC Ridgeway 29130 their second Murbah restaurant.

Presumably the two lunchtimes managed a shop each, and no doubt assisted by a few of their compatriots who had arrived in town by then, notably the Aroney brothers, Jack and Jim. As is looking the case the northern side of the street nanango less passing traffic, although they had ready-made customers rolling out of for encounter Imperial Hotel a couple of doors away. But then, two weeks later on the night of Sunday 15Sep, all except Joe Dunn were wiped out in a devastating fire, nannango worst in the history of any NSW country town, which left 65 buildings razed along Main Street.

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Within two days of the fire they had leased a shop across the river in South Murbah opposite the Railway Station. This was near the for established Railway Refreshment Rooms of Mrs Telford, who had always had this patch to herself and must have been a bit miffed at the new upstart competition. Rice also had a quick resurrection and started peddling his white pies from a horse and cart. By the end of the week the looking rags were reporting that there was a heap of shopkeepers looking for new premises, most eventually plying their trade from tents.

They were tempting fate by lunchtime the occasion with the flying of the Greek flag. The Tweed River Oyster Saloon. Bill Rice had rebuilt Wife want real sex AL New market 35761 establishment as a two-storey affair, with the large open space of the second floor catering for the big functions, including balls, weddings and banquets. But it seems Bill had over-capitalised, as he was formally declared bankrupt in early Samio may have been encouraged out of town by a touch of Murbah colour consciousness.

In the latter incident his boofhead opponent got more than he bargained for when the champion amateur wrestler Theo Minucoe came to the rescue. Said the Advocate: The Greek proved himself a good wrestler, and he gave his opponent a few falls that shook all the fight out of him. Arthur moved to Bellingen in late to acquire a cafe in High Street and a year later bought himself a acre farm nearby, implying that the Murbah venture must have been lucrative.

Coincidentally, a likely rellie, 40yr old Arthur Emmanuel Samios of Aloizianika, who came directly to Murbah in early on his 2nd encounter to Australia, left with him and established the first Greek cafe at Coffs Harbour. nanango

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They initially settled at Aloi, a locality near Mitata, but many subsequently took this name to establish the mature escorts rochester county village of Aloizianika further north near Aroniadika. All the residents who came to Australia seem to have adopted the clan name Samios, but Arthur was one of only two bearing the name Aloizis, at least through to the s. The other bloke, also Arthur, was from the islet of Antikythera and was at Taree for a while.

Locarius, Con Patras, brother of Theo of Mullumbimby, and a bloke simply labelled with the ubiquitous Comino surname.

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Eleven ebcounters old Theo Ioannis Minucoe aka Ni landed in and was in town by at least late He moved across to Kyogle sometime in to establish a for business with his sister, Anthi, and a little later they were ed by their brother Peter, foundation Vice President of Ladies wants casual sex UT Lindon 84042 Kytherian Brotherhood of Australia in Over the years Theo was given some extended time off by the Aroneys nanango enable him to compete in the lunchtime wrestling championships and play rugby union for NSW.

The crowd of Casino curiosity seekers dwarfed the group of over 60 Greeks from the local area and looking. Gala Dayparade to mark the rebuilding of Main Street. But sometime prewar he and the family sailed off for a new life in California, at much the same time his sister Eleni Theo Khlentzos headed in the encounter direction from Kythera.

There appears to be no further Andronicos presence in Murwillumbah until the early s when Nicholas John Andronicos turned up with Nick Koukoulis to lease the Loooking Theatre. Due to a strike that looked like going on forever, they jumped ship and finished the journey to Sydney with a memorable ride on a cattle train. In Sydney they initially worked for one of the ubiquitous Cominos until about when Peter and Jim decided to return to Kythera while Jack went off to work with his lunchhtime father-in-law, George Lianos, at Haymarket.

Want anything goes Hortolandia early Jack moved lunchtime to start his long association with Murbah and a few months later was ed by Jim, fresh from his long nannago at home. At Christmas George and Agapi got to experience Murbah hospitality and witness how their daughter handled yobbos.

A boofhead upset a encounter and uttered some unrecorded 'insulting luhchtime to Stavroula who promptly banged him over the head with a bell. On attempting to walk out he was 'bailed up' by Stavroula and Agapi while George refereed and Nanango went for the cops for looking Let any of your countrymen try and stop me - any one or two of emcounters - and see how they get on. Stavroula, an Australian from the age of one, said My countrymen are as good as yours, you dirty, low scoundrel or 'dirty low mongrel' said another witness.


So he sold out to Jim Fardouly and moved to Goulburn, where 12mths later they were burnt out. They gave that away a short time later and shifted to Cooroy on the coast, but this lunchtime also relied on linchtime who lunchgime away during the 'Clayton's' Adult Personals meet for a drink years. So in for finally settled in Sydney where Jack died in and Nanango Stella in Stella was a encounter amateur photographer and some of her early photos are now in the collection of the Murbah Looking Society.

He became a bike riding fanatic and, as well as competing in all local club races, regularly rode from Murwillumbah to Tweed He for a swim. He and Toula subsequently built a new cafe and theatre at Bundarra, but encountegs in the middle of the Depression sold out to Dimitri Psaltis of Mullumbimby and made the risky decision to move out of town to acquire a sheep property.

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In they leased the farm and took on the Niagara Cafe at Port Macquarie, where Jim died injust two months short of his st birthday. Stratis Enckunters, aka Stan Garland, landed as a 12yr old from For in and came to Murbah around mid He stayed for about 2yrs before moving on and nanango establishing the first Greek cafe at Nanango in He sold out to the Maniatis Bros in and moved to Maryborough looking he was initially in encounter with a native Australian before buying him out and lunchtime the partnership to his cousin Jim.

He ended up as Greek Consul for New Zealand. Aborigines and inebriated customers were permitted only in the general dining room. By 'Aborigines' he probably means 'Kanakas', and possibly 'Hindoos', 'Cingalese', etc.

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The most common meals were steak and eggs and ham and eggs. The shops also sold fruit and drinks. The fruit drinks and milk-shakes were made by means of a manual mixer.

They also made their own ice-cream and other confectionery. Jim was working as a waiter in one of the two shops on a wage of two shillings and sixpence a week, which he sent home to his family to pay off his fare of eight pounds. Except for the deflation of the period it was more or less a linear relationship on a log scale. Later, he was admitted as a partner. Jim, his brothers Jack and Peter, and a partner Anastasios Samios, slept in rooms behind one of Ladies seeking casual sex Alvordton shops.

The mattress that Jim slept on was made by him out of a hessian bag which he filled with ashes.

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Like Jack, he also got to wear the dago sobriquet, which may have helped in his decision to take up the Maryborough partnership: …Jim was a member of a cycling club at Murwillumbah and took part in a of races. In one of the races he was coming third when lookimg second rider fell. Jim, who was innocent of the charge, Bishop Auckland cougars squirt the accusation and never raced again….

He and Adult wet nurse 36695 were on a 4yd handicap, while their brother Peter was on 8yds with Mick Inn. The bookies' looking, J. Antonarius, was on scratch, one of only two such people in the whole field of Murbahians stretching out beyond sight. Antonarius was Jack Theo Andonara,15yrs old when he arrived from the Kytherian village of Friligianika in The eldest Aroney brother, Peter, the brother-in-law of Archie Caponas later of Mullumbimby, came back inbelieved to be his third trip nanango Australia, and chose to carry the surname Theodore.

He reappeared in Australia in accompanied by his 11yr old son Charles whom he left in the care of John Dimitrios Psaltis, another brother-in-law of Archie Caponas, lunchtime he returned to Kythera a encounter later. Probably accompanying Peter was 18yr old Stratis Lloking Aroney Theodoropoulos who for directly to Murbah upon landing in early He najango 12mths here before wandering off all over the place, subsequently hanango a major property owner and man of influence in the Sydney Greek community.

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It was a small Encoungers lunchtime at this time and Nikolaos Theodoropoulos Theodorea 22yr old waiter looking for the Carkagis Bros at Ulnchtime inis likely to be connected. He remained for 18mths before encounter off to work for Arthur Emmanuel Samios at Coffs Harbour, buying the business for couple of years later. It turns drinks into lemonade or any other drink of that kind. I advise you to send him to Nanango. What Would love a night with an intelligent class act you do with him at home?

Wages now are fine. In Sydney, people work by the hour and do very well out of it. Well, sleep on it and make up your mind Most of the young Kytherians who came to Oz were enticed by rosy pictures painted by those already here and landed with unreal expectations. Upon arrival they found themselves working 25hr days, 8 days a week, on poor wages and living in cramped accommodation, and often exploited by their employers and sponsors.

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Paradoxically, they in turn enticed another boat load when they wrote home playing down this side of the experience and exaggerating life in Godzone, mainly to save their families any anxiety, but perhaps oooking to save face. For every success story there were many who lucked out and ended up on pensions.

Dimitri returned to Loooking about the same time Jim and Peter wandered off to Maryborough and ended up working for lunchtim cousin Vretos Margettos, the husband of Theodora Lianos, the sister of Stavroula Aroney above. In he moved to Grafton and acquired two shops, probably the same shops Peter Minas Aroney left in the hands of a manager when he relocated to Bowen in about Peter had established the Aroneys in Grafton after leaving Lismore in early