'The drama concerns a man who has a liaison with a Maori maid. Returning to New Zealand in after years, a chief palms off upon him a young girl as his own daughter. Believing the story to be true, he takes the girl to Sydney, has her educated, and introduces her to society. This Maori maid falls in love with her benefactor, but the complications which ensue are finally solved by the discovery of the chief's deception and all ends with wedding bells.'
'Hoyt's De Luxe', Table Talk, 17 March 1921, p.28 (via Trove Australia).