'You will like this flashing drama of Australia's outback because of the thrills; because of the glorious romance of it; because its [sic] "Dinkum Aussie;" because its hero is a real man; because its heroine is one of Australia's own out-door sunset girls–and won't you love her! You'll like it because of all that–and more! If you've never been out in the bush, come now! If you do know the glory of the bush–and maybe its hardships, too–we won't have to ask you to come to see this picture. The lure of it will get into your blood–every old memory will crowd your brain–you'll smell the gum-leaves and the wattle–it will take you right back home. See Snowy Baker in a hundred new stunts; see him take a header with a horse into the river; see the great kangaroo hunt with hundreds of kangaroos and horses; the buck-jumping in the stock-yard-and all the thrills that run riot in this big feature!'
'Northcote Theatre', Preston Leader, 16 November 1918, p.2. (Via Trove Australia)