Maoriland Worker, Volume 2, Issue 14, 9 June 1911, Page 14
A company of bandits, foFovrihg their trade, accumulated, a mass of -wealth. Counting the sum, they formed a "corporation," and called the sum "capitalism" ; and whoever travelled on the roads was obliged to pay a toll to pay interest upon this "capitalisation." Finally the people who had been robbed joined together and unto the judges (i.e., the law) and petitioned that the bandits be compelled to return to them their property or its value ; but the judges (i.e., the law) gave their decision that as the bandits were "in possession," and that they were legally incorporated, the sum was "capitalised," and it would mean "confiscation" ; and behold they called this law and justice, and it was so unto this day.—Rev. Geo. D_ Coi_E____>i-.