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Use this option if your browser will not open the folders. There are those who turn away in haughty scorn from a woman who has lost her virtue, who would nevertheless willingly receive her seducer to their homes and friendship In the eye of Heaven above us, whatever society may say, the sin is as great in him as in his frail sister.
Register, 20 May , page 2f. I have been patiently waiting for some of our city ministers to call public attention to this deplorable state of things. But, no. These sleek, well-groomed, well-attired 'Sons of Heaven' are dumb when it is a question of public concern. If our spiritual leaders Cannot our cultured and spotless divines exert a little of their holy influence to stem the stream of prostitution that runs through our favoured city like a mighty river.
Register, 22 December , page 3. Introduction The year of saw agitation within and without parliament as to the ways and means of regulating the prostitution "industry" of the State - the following extracts and references from newspapers over a period of all but a hundred years will, no doubt, be of interest to those in the community who have expressed opinions for and against the decriminalisation of the "oldest profession in the world". Newspaper References Under the heading "What Are the Police About" the Register of 15 April , page 3c has a complaint from a citizen: Can you inform me how long the neighbourhood of Weymouth [sic] Street and Light Square are to be infested with brothels, and when the inhabitants are to be rid of the music, dancing, revelry and the mob of drunken blacklegs who idle about there all day and live on plunder and prostitution at night?
Thanks to the Emigration Commissioners for sending us the scum of the English and Irish workhouses These unfortunate and degraded beings parade the City in groups by day and night using the most disgusting language If [convictions] were made here, the nymphs of the pave[ments] would have a wholesome dread of "Ashton's Hotel" [Adelaide Gaol] and rather than enjoy free quarters at that gentleman's establishment they would learn to observe a proper respect towards the public. Adelaide Times, 2 August , page 3f.
The following comment is made under the heading of "Irish Orphans and Their Protectors" in the Register, 6 February , page 2e: A number of pestiferous dens exist in Light-square and its neighbourhood, which may be considered the moral cess-pools of the City of Adelaide.