You may recall that Augustus Fink-Nottle, while staying at Totleigh Towers, Totleigh-in-the-Wold, learned to overcome his usual diffidence and become a forceful personality through a tip from Jeeves that gave him the psychological advantage. His secret was to jot down scathing little notes on the contemptuous traits of those around him, so that he could summon these criticisms to mind and gain dominance over those tough eggs who formerly intimidated the dickens out of him.
When last seen, this notebook had five pages devoted to comments on the traits of his host, Sir Watkyn Bassett, Dictator-in-training Roderick Spode, Constable Eustace Oates, the curate Harold "Stinker" Pinker, and the Dog Bartholemew. Included were observations on the way one of them looked while eating a knockwurst, on the view of one of them waddling (as seen from behind), on the hideous wheezing snore of one, the flapping ears of another, and the eyebrows of one, which seemed to knit themselves together in the middle to form a single eyebrow that was loathsome in appearance. On pages one through five, then, were these brief jotted notes, which varied in length: one was a mere 200 words, one was 250, and 300, 350, and 400 word entries (in no particular order).
Being the fish-faced, newt-fancying chump that he is, he proceeded to lose the notebook. He particularly wanted to remember the comments, but as is usual in these things, he seems to have forgotten whose offending trait belonged to whom, and how many words to the comment were on which page.
Can you help Gussie out, by reconstructing the contents of the little leather-covered notebook from the six clues below?
Note: "After" does not necessarily mean "immediately after" unless so specified.