'The incidents of the story are connected with the adventures of a young Englishman, who is accused of a crime of which he's innocent, and through which he has to leave home and all associations. On the way to Australia he rescues the daughter of a wealthy squatter, who falls overboard in mid-ocean, and is rewarded by a position on the squatter's station. Through the jealousy of the manager, he meets with many adventures, which are realistically portrayed. A prominent feature of the production is a bush fire and an exciting ride for life.'
'Amusements', The Register, 12 June 1912, p.5.