bookstall


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a shop where books are sold

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99 and will be sold at the concert and then at Woods Music shops in Huddersfield and Wakefield, at Penistone and District Community Partnership's office and at Wakefield Cathedral's bookstall.
Also on This Day: 1695: Bank of Scotland founded; 1755: Earthquake in Portugal killed 60,000 and reduced two-thirds of Lisbon to rubble; 1848: W H Smith, Britain's first multiple retailer, opened its first bookstall at London's Euston Station; 1887: Birth of English painter L S Lowry; 1894: Airdrieonians beat Dundee Wanderers 15-1 in a Scottish Division 2 game to record the biggest win in British league soccer history; 1911: First publication of Women's Weekly; 1936: British television service inaugurated; 1959: The first section of the M1 motorway was opened.
A CHARITY bookstall has been "evicted" from the George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton - because hospital bosses think it makes the place look untidy.
Solihull Flower Club, flower arranging demonstration, Caprice, by Mrs Rose-Marie Tree; bookstall, Methodist Church Hall, Blossomfield Road, 7.
A CHARITY bookstall has been "evicted" from George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton - because hospital bosses think it makes the place look untidy.
Solihull Flower Club, flower-arranging demonstration, Caprice, by Mrs Rose-Marie Tree; bookstall, Methodist Church Hall, Blossomfield Road, 7.
Volunteers are needed for a bookstall with a difference.
Bookstall owner Stanley Birch said: ``It's a very flimsy system they put in.
Also on this day: 1695: Bank of Scotland founded; 1755: Earthquake in Portugal reduced two thirds of Lisbon to rubble killing 60,000; 1848: Britain's first multiple retailer began life when W H Smith opened its first bookstall at Euston Station in London; 1894: Airdrieonians beat Dundee Wanderers 15-1 in Scottish Division 2 game to record biggest win in British league soccer history; 1911: Women's Weekly first published; 1922: Licences for radio sets started in Britain; 1936: British television service inaugurated; 1985: Death of American comedian and actor Phil Silvers.
Anniversaries: 1695: Bank of Scotland founded; 1755: Earthquake in Portugal reduced two thirds of Lisbon to rubble killing 60,000; 1848: Britain's first multiple retailer began life when W H Smith opened its first bookstall at Euston Station in London; 1894: Airdrieonians beat Dundee Wanderers 15-1 in Scottish Division 2 game to record biggest win in British league soccer history; 1911: Women's Weekly first published; 1922: Licences for radio sets started in Britain; 1959: The first section of the M1 Motorway was opened; 1936: British television service inaugurated; 1985: Death of American comedian and actor Phil Silvers.
He asked the man at the bookstall on Birkdale Station why he was selling this rubbish and was told `That's all there is.
Michael Smiles, owner of The Bookstall Newsagent at Whitley Bay Metro Station said he expected takings to be down as much as pounds 170.
There will also be a cricket bookstall and an exhibition.
David and Valerie Charlesworth, who were running their bookstall at the show, have been involved since the first show was held at Nant Eos, a stately home in a windy valley, near Aberystwyth, before being switched to the Royal Welsh Showground.
Allen Lane, director, of publishers Bodley Head, had spent the weekend visiting Agatha Christie in Devon, and looking for something to read on the return journey to London, he found only popular magazines and reprints of Victorian novels at the Exeter station bookstall.