Parties of bluejackets are moving off with one playing a tin whistle, to which some are singing.
The boy had a tin whistle, and once in a while he would blow upon it.
Curlie sat cross-legged on the floor blowing on a tin whistle, or rather several tin whistles, one at a time.
Capt. Wainwright had been toying with a tin whistle which he had pulled from a bonbon.
You may be the Boolooroo of the Blues, but you ain't even a tin whistle to us, an' you can't skeer us for half a minute.
Wisht I had a tin whistle or somethin' and I'd join the orchester.
He held up a small instrument that looked like a tin whistle.
To play a bass of any kind on a tin whistle must indeed have been “no joke.”
He believes that he can hold back the mighty traffic of life with a tin whistle and a raised right hand.
We did not know how to play a tin whistle or beat upon the tintinnabulum.