When Galahad Threepwood was in the creative process of writing his memoirs, he seldom suffered from writer's block. He found that in ordinary conversation about the home (Blandings Castle, that is), he often recalled some jolly story from his youth, and thus he was provided material for another chapter. One week, indeed, he had conversation with some different person Monday thru Friday, including (in no order) Clarence, Beach the butler, his sister Lady Constance , a guest named Sally Brown , and his nephew Ronnie Fish. These conversations brought up memories of a different story each day: one of pig-napping, one of dog nobbling, one of being bounced from a music hall, one of a fellow pawning another chap's dentures, and one of boxing a side of beef. The main characters in these tales (again, in no particular order) were Barmy Twistleton, Puffy Benger, Mugsy Bostock, Tubby Parsloe, and Stinker Pyke, and the events each occurred in a different year, between 1894 - 1898 (inclusive).
However, Gally suffered a bit of a morning head on Saturday and had a great deal of difficulty collecting his notes before sitting down to write out the stories.
Can you tell which story, occuring in which year, involving which old acquaintance, he told to whom, on which day, from the five clues below?