'The Browns of Bangaroo, Dad and Mum, 20-year-old Cynthia, and flapper Betty, are in England doing the grand tour. Meanwhile, their orchard home, somewhere in Australia, is being cared for by their relatives, the Forsyths, whom Ian Travers, second officer of the R.M.S. Mandalay, and the affianced of Cynthia Brown, is visiting. It is his first up-country trip in Australia, and he has been mistaken for a confidence man and arrested by the local police.'
'The Browns of Bangaroo', The Australasian, 21 August 1937, p.9.