'The cast is filled with Australian players, with Arthur Tauchert in the name part and Constance Graham playing Mary Brand, the young housekeeper at old Black's station, who becomes the wife of Joe, the painter. The couple take up farming, but Joe leaves his farm on a business visit to Sydney, and there becomes entangled in the affairs of his sister-in-law Barbara, who has been instrumental in the destruction of a dress belonging to her employers. Joe pays for the dress and takes Barbara back to the bush with him. A bush fire is the means of effecting a reconciliation between Barbara and Harry Black, who has lately been freed from an unhappy marriage.'
'Production of "Joe",' The Mail, 13 September 1924, p.15.