The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 11 (February 1, 1936)
To Fit the Crime
To Fit the Crime.
And mention of our earliest form of haulage brings up a suggestion which would not only promote road safety but would provide employment for many teams and drivers and rejuvenate a vanishing industry. Let all serious offenders against the laws of motor traffic be sentenced to so many days, or weeks, of travel in a State bullock-waggon, along rough back roads, the offender to sit on the floor of the vehicle and play patience while the official driver carries on in the good old way!