Looking at the fine print, you have to be an Australian resident to win. Sooo… bang goes my shot at it.
Meanwhile, here’s the clues I’ve figured out. A quick web search seems to indicate that no-one else has got these yet, so without further ado…
Use a crowbar to open the tun
Use a crowbar = Pry. A tun? Vat. Pry Vat = Private.
Jobiska made a drink for Ian. Or Arthur.
This is from an Edward Lear poem, as has been noted elsewhere on the web:
And his Aunt Jobiska made him drink
Lavender water tinged with pink;
For she said, “The World in general knows
There’s nothing so good for a Pobble’s toes!”
What hasn’t been noted so far, however, is that Arthur Ian Lavender played Private Pike in the BBC sitcom Dad’s Army.
A Pike is also a predatory fish. The map of Sasketchewan also shows a turnpike, but there may be more than one meaning.
GI v Texas Ranger
G.I. Joe v Walker, Texas Ranger.
Joe Walker – Private Joe Walker is another character in the TV-show, Dad’s Army.
There’s a theme here. That theme seems to be Dad’s Army.
… and now I’m waiting for more clues.
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