When those notorious twins Claude and Eustace had been ordered into exile in South Africa by their otherwise mild-mannered Aunt Agatha, they both refused to go because they had each been smitten by the lovely Miss Marion Wardour to whom they had been introduced by Bertie. Instead, they hid in Bertie's apartment considering how best to win the lady's love. When Eustace was spotted roaming around London by his uncle, things became uncomfortable to Bertie who, fearing the wrath of his Aunt, demanded that none of the twins should ever leave his rooms without a disguise. To this end, the twins arranged a false beard, a pair of lucious whiskers and a large nose. So equipped they could once more venture into the streets of London looking for suitable gifts to present to Marion.
Starting on a Tuesday and ending on the following Sunday, they each exited three times dressed up in one of the items of subterfuge. Both used each item exactly once and only one twin dared go out per day. Had the poor uncle not been at home, recovering from the shock of seeing what Aunt Agatha claimed to be "the ghost of Eustace", he might have spotted one of them outside the Drones club, strolling in Hyde Park, wandering down The Strand, lunching at The Ritz, taking a rest on a bench at Picadilly Circus, or entering the Harrod's department store. Not necessarily in that order, though. During these excursions, the twins in no particular order brought home flowers, a box of chocolate, a bracelet, a cigarette case, a poetry book, and a pretty scarf.
When the week was over, Miss Wardour and Jeeves embarked on a joint scheme that put the twins on the boat for the colonies and one of the most stressful periods in Bertie's life was over. But that, as they say, is another story. Can you, with the help of the clues below, determine which twin went where, on which day, disguised how, and what item was purchased during each excursion?
Note that for purposes of this challenge, the term "whiskers" does not include beards, and is a separate disguise.