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Pretty soon our government will be engaged in censoring what we hear, see or read.

Or maybe they will just tax it.

Most likely they will do both.

At the moment we only have these paper mongers trying to censor what comes into our homes.

Censored Littles Living Age

No problem with the above statement. We should keep an eye on “What Boys Read.”

Censored What boys read

However, they have just crossed the line. They say boys should not read about Ned Kelly.

Obviously this rag of a newspaper has connections to the English aristocracy in Australia; the same aristocracy that my dear Ned had to fight day after day after day.

Now you take a look at Ned and tell me he is not a handsome fellow that every child should emulate.

Censored Ned Kelly

I wish I had a more updated photo of Ned for you but this is the last picture they took before they hung him.

And young boys like to read about exciting things.

See here? This is Ned at his job.

Censored Ned Kelly in Drag

Ned went to work most every day with his brother Dan. They liked working together. The family that “preys” together, stays together.

Censored Dan Kelly

However, LITTELL’S LIVING AGE continues beating a dead horse.

A year and a half after their first try at censorship they continue to go after Ned.

Censored Little Living Age Inside the cover

So now we should have all the children reading fairy tales?

Censored Magic Ring

Take a look at these lead-ins to fairy tales!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Censored Boys Dividing Inheritence

Censored Giving away children

Censored Evil Queen

Censored Monsters

Censored Snakes

The next thing we know they will not want the children to know about William McCarty!

 But for now let us listen to some good music.

And read a good book (or two for the price of one).


Censored Sneaky and ShamelessAdvertisement


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