The public record reveals more about Nicholas Fotiou. He sailed into Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay on the Greek immigrant liner the Cyrenia in 1955. He had come from Lemnos, a rugged island in the northern Aegean. It's not clear whether John Fotiou arrived in Australia before or after his brother but, in any case, before Nicholas came to the Olympia around 1959, he spent time in Wagga Wagga. Immigration documents suggest he was sponsored by the proprietors of the Silver Key Cafe, which had opened in 1924 under the proprietorship of Greek immigrant Samuel Apostle. "That was typical. You would gain your experience and pay off your fare," says Janiszewski.