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TO 11LE EDITOE. Sir, —-To-day is the eecond anniver.-.ii'v of the day uuui which the brave British explorers attained the South .Pole. All honor ti- that, achievement-; Awl \he port of Ob-go. from whence the polar oxfod:tir.;i s-aik'd, has honored itself by erectin; :-> th-'ii- memory a noble cairn, overtopping- ihe rocky % liil's above the spot whrro r.i:--ir ship lay in our harbor. Ail eypr- should be tuned to it to-day. Tho tablet sets forth thu names of env brave a .id devour! :,nc-n, and tell.- their storv. I think that this monument is the ino'st eorable memorial in Otago. and that Port Chalmers is to !>:.• congratulated upon its Vklth of visim and encruv in erectin-' it, —T am. vie.. ' J.G.M. ■Tnnnriv 18.

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CAPTAIN SCOTT AND THE SOUTH POLE., Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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CAPTAIN SCOTT AND THE SOUTH POLE. Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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