'Voyaging from Australia to England in the R.M.S. Mangalore are the Browns of Bangalore–Mum and Dad, twenty-year-old Cynthia and flapper Betty. Colombo and Port Said have surrendered their quotas of thrills and tribulations. Now, at Malta, through the management of Mr. Gibbs–and all travellers know Mr. Gibbs–they make a Maltese cross.'
'The Browns of Bangaroo', The Australasian, 3 July 1937, p.9.