WHEN WAS A YOUNG ‘UN, HIS CHEEKS NECKED WITH DOWN, HE DREW HIS FIRST PAY CHEQUE TO HEAD INTO TOWN. THEN UP SPOKE HIS FATHER, ‘SON, HEED MY WORDS WELL — KEEP CLEAR OF THE GIRLS AT THE RAILWAY HOTEL’ W.G. HOWCROFT.
Source: When was a young ‘un, his cheeks necked with down, He drew his first pay cheque to head into town. Then up spoke his father, ‘Son, heed my words well — Keep clear of the girls at the Railway Hotel’ W.G. Howcroft. | THE OLD PROVERBIAL RECOVERY