That's the thing with this; I think your best bet is to find a program for Olympic lifting first and then go from there. I honestly don't know enough about how that sport trains to be able to say how to structure it, but I know that getting weight from the floor to overhead is pretty important, so I think you could pretty much do any event on any day and be fine.
Axle/log?-That's getting a weight from the floor to overhead. Should be good on any day.
Stones?-That's getting a weight off the floor. Should be good any day.
Yoke/Farmers?-That's keeping your core tight and moving feet fast. Should be good any day.
Truck pull?-If you're wearing the harness, it's just getting the legs moving. If you're arm over arm, it's getting the back moving. Should be good on any day.
I assume weightlifting tends to be more full body than bodypart split.