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submitted by George Poulos on 18.12.2004

Conomos Brothers, Walgett. Lambros, Emanuel & James.

Lambros Conomos (Megalokonomos) came to Australia from Kalamos, Kythera in 1911 aged fourteen. He was employed at Aroney's Café at 9 Alfred St, Circular Quay the very first day he arrived. At that time, Circular Quay was the busiest place in Sydney. There were twenty-four men working in Aroney's three-storey fish shop and restaurant, which had two dining rooms and a very large kitchen where Lambros worked.

He wrote to his father that there was plenty of work everywhere ...