Finally here are the answers that have been submitted for the Quiz posed by Queens fan Mark Seaton. Most of you agree, however there are a couple of variances, you can decide for yourselves which ones you think fit best.

The sun shone BRIGHTON the day that we set sail for the ORIENT in a ship with a HULL riddled with holes. As we sailed down the river which LEEDS to the sea, we waved to the fair maid leaning against the old MILLWALL.

The CREWE was made of Scots, Irish and others of the CELTIC race. The exception was the cabin boy named CLYDE whose job it was to STOKE the boilers. He was illiterate but won our HEARTS with his STIRLING efforts to improve his READING. He was sent to COVENTRY by the other villains who had brought their ARSENAL of weapons on board. They were a rowdy bunch and after a drinking session, they did infact WREXHAM furniture.

The voyage made my MOTHERWELL. She had not had a holiday FORFAR too long. The AYR did her CHESTER lot of good.

We landed LEYTON in the day on the SOUTHEND of the island below the hills where the natives BURY their dead. We crossed a MANSFIELD and entered a dense FOREST where the WOLVES roamed freely. We PRESTON, RUSHDEN regardless and eventually met a group of game RANGERS dressed in LINCOLN green. After a day's journey we caught dark fish in a BLACKPOOL and tried unsuccessfully to get milk from a herd of wild cows. They did not like getting their HUDDERSFIELD.

At last we came to our destination, the home of Hawaii's monarch, the QUEEN OF THE SOUTH. She greeted us with a friendly ALLOA but was very upset as her NEWCASTLE had been smashed when the WALSALL fell down. While her new PALACE was being built, she was forced to live in a sumptuous VILLA. When we found the treasure we put the LUTON the ship, determined to put it in the HALIFAX, NORWICH, BRISTOL building society when we arrived home.

That night we had DUNDEE cake, CHELSEA buns and some OLDHAM which made us all ill!!!