Supply list

The Primus lamp filled with oil for 6 hot meals
The small hoosh pot
Two compasses
A pair of binoculars
Rope: A total length of 50 feet when knotted
McNeish’s adze, to be used as an ice axe
Worsley’s chronometer worn around his neck
Three pieces of wood from the Caird’s decking to be used as walking sticks
Matches. There were two boxes of matches left, one full and the other partially used. We left the full box with the men at the camp and took the second box, which contained forty-eight matches.
Worsley’s diary

About Ernest Shackleton

Polar Explorer. Leader of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1914-1917.
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