Planning Minister John Day said Rechabites
Hall, a former theatre and bank, could be used for retail, food and beverage, and creative spaces, while Perth Hostel would suit offices or boutique accommodation.
The History of the Rechabites
and the Jeremiah Literature.
The Crystal Fount and Rechabite
Recorder reprinted "The Death of Wind-Foot: An Indian Story" without change from American Review text.
This one is captioned "Independent Order of Rechabites
Which is why, in 1837, the longest-lasting temperance organisation of all took his name and called them selves Rechabites
John's world was not innocent of fiction, even of religious fiction, such as Tobit and The History of the Rechabites
Why, for example, is the History of the Rechabites
(also known as The Story of Zosimus) not mentioned in chapter 2?
So several societies - like the Band Of Hope, Rechabites
and The Good Templars - sprang up, trying to persuade people to 'Take The Pledge' and abstain from alcohol.
3), while various traditions about the mysterious tee-totalling Rechabites
of Jeremiah 35 appear to have been popular in the Tannaitic period.
The Independent Order of Good Templars included tobacco in its pledge for juvenile members in Australia,(14) while the Rechabites
, another temperance lodge, campaigned for juvenile smoking legislation after 1900.
They were competing for members and sought to offer the best possible terms: the Rechabites
, for example, urged that medical benefit be extended to dependants, and the National Association of Trade Union Approved Societies proposed that all societies should pool their assets to create a comprehensive medical service.
We're all moderate drinkers, give or take the occasional pint, proper little Rechabites