Expressions of interest to lease Rechabites
Hall and the Perth Hostel in Northbridge open today, marking the final stage of the State Government s $6 million revitalisation project for William Street.
Matthew, and the late antique History of the Rechabites
, attributed to a holy man by the name of Zosimus.
Treasures she has unearthed in charity shops and at car boot sales include a hanky of the teetotal Rechabites
Friendly Society and one commemorating the 1935 canonisation of Thomas More and John Fisher.
In 1902, the Workmen's Union had monthly meetings; the Rechabites
and the Shepherds had temperance concerts; there were bazaars, flower shows, and weekly dances during the summer.
We invented friendly societies, hospital clubs, the Rechabites
, the Co-op, credit unions, the miners' libraries, the Mechanics' Institutes and trade unions.
One of the pictures is labeled, "Independent Order of Rechabites
high movable conference August 19 -25 1933" The other, has written on it: "1st Battalion the Manchester Regiment July 12, 1954, exercising their freedom of the city and marching through Manchester.
The rest of us are only a sweet sherry away from the rechabites
Calling themselves Israelites, Hebrews, Canaanites, Essenes, Judaites, Rechabites
, Falashas, or Abyssinians (Ethiopians), they were founded primarily by West Indian immigrants.
Immediately to the south of the Britannia Inn/Poplars, stood, since 1872, the timber hall of the Independent Order or 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
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.