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Local wonders (continued from Friday): At the Prison quarry there are also other animal and bird tracks by the hundreds in the sandstone being quarried. No care is taken to preserve them. Every footprint is worth its weight in gold to the museums of the world. These stones should be preserved, advertised and tourists invited to see them as one of the relics of antedeluvian [sic] ages.


Felix Delonchant Manager of the Incline wood camp reports 50 men at work on the wood and dozen or more repairing the flume. The capacity of Incline …

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