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Array NO   199
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Vol. X.. No. 4       KAMLOOPS WAWA.       December. 1901.
123 Church Street
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KAMLOOPS WAWA,
December, L901.
THE SLAY AMEN.
OctoqerS, 1901,'the Right Rev. Bishop
Doutenwill. in company of the Rev.
Fathers chirouse. Le Jeune, Tavernier
and Ballot, went up by the steamer
Cantos from Vancouver to tin- Slay*
amen Indian village, celled IPechossem,
facing Van A ado at a distance of eight
miles and about 100 miles from Vancou-
The Indiana there have just finished
b nice little church, entirely decorated
Inside with metallic ceiling.
Wi- arrived there at about eleven
o'clock a! night and went to the church
which was Illuminated for the occasion
tin- Indiana most heartily welcoming the
Bishop and priests, and thanking them
for thin visit so much longed for,
The Bishop In his turn complimented
then for having succeeded In bringing
t<> completion that beautiful chapel,
which they built to tin* honor of God.
Next morning at 8 o'clock the church
was blessed by the Bishop and the Holy
Mass was celebrated in it for the tirst
time.
in the evening Benediction of tli��-
Blessed Sacrament was given, Another
meeting took plaoe in the old church,
which becomes now the Catechism
House and we it-ft on thf steamer's return trip at about four o'clock in the
morning, regretting only that we had no
more time to spend there. Together
with then: church, the Indiana have rebuilt their houses, and have them all
painted white, and the village, very
much like to the Sechelt one, sits very
pleasingly on the sea shore looking like
a wide arc of houses, with the church
in the middle, and the big trees of the
forest forming a background, and en-
Oiroilng the village from behind and
both stdea
AT THE'SECHELT.
We arrived at the Sechelt aliout noon.
The Sechelt Indians were all in wait for
US. Over 200 Indians were gathered
there, for the visit of the Bishop and
Priest*. The time was well spent from
the start, between exercises in the
church and at the meeting house.
Friday morning, October 11th, a large
Crucifix was blessed and erected on an
elevated pedestal, near the church.
The Bishop left on Saturday morning, so
as to be in time at Westminster for the
opening of the Orphanage, whieh was
to take place on Sunday, October IBtb.
The afternoon of Saturday was spent
la hearing confessions, and on Sunday
soornlng about If* received Holy Com-
���tui.Htn.   A large number also received
the new Scapular of the Sacred Heart.
of which mention was made in the last
issue of the Wawa.
We left the Bechelt, i>y the Comox,
Sunday afternoon, and arrived at Van-
cou\ er the same evening.
CANOE CREEK
Four day's later the Hi. Rev. Bishop
Donienwill, the Fathers Chirouse and
Le Jeune met again at Clintou.236 miles
north <if Vancouver, on their way to
Canoe (reek. Mfty miles still further.
Where they arrived Saturday noon.
October 19th. ��ReV. Father Thomas,
fn>m Williams Lake, was expecting
them with about MO Indians gathered
there from ail parts of the Williams
Lake District.
\ regular mission was preached to the
Indians; Mass and Inst motion every
morning at ���'>.:��> a.m., and ('atechism and
religious teaching, etc from iu to 12.
Same again in Hie afternoon from 8 to
B followed by prayers and Benediction.
Again at s p in. there was a meeting,
when the religious teaching was illustrated by magio lantern projections,
which attracted so much the Indians
attention that the meeting would last
till 10 and 10.30 p.m.
Sunday morning the new church was
blessed: Tuesday afternoon there was a
ceremony, and Thursday evening) the
blessing of the bell, also a pronation
around the village in honor of the Blessed Virgin and St. Joseph.
Friday morning the Bishop left for
Williams Lake, and the Rev. Fathers
Chirouse and Le Jeune returned to
Clinton and thence Father Chirouse to
Mission, and Father Le Jeune to Kam-
loops.
NEW  CHINOOK   PUBLICATIONS,
The prayers for the Stations of the
Cross in Chinook have been reprinted
lately from new plates, so disposed as
to enable the hinder to place chromolithographs of the stations on the pave
opposite to the respective prayers for
each station.
These Stations of the Cross are intended to be hound with the Indian
Prayer Book, at the request of the
Indians themselves.
Moreover, there has been printed a
leaflet of 10 pages of supplement to the
Chinook Manual. These 16 pages contain: The promise of the Sacred Heart,
to the H. Margaret Mary: the Litanies
of the Saints: and a few pages of questions on the last end, which are not in
course of the Chinook Manual.
There has also been printed a 04-page
continuation to the Shuswap Manual,
containing all the Shuswap hymns that
were published in the various numbers
of the Wawa. !*��,1W0 and 1001. also a
few pages of Catechism question*
which are not to be fonnd in the old
manual. 96
While at the Seohelt some of the
Indians came and ex tressed their wish
of having a manual of instructions
where they could find the Gospel and
approximate explanations for every
Sunday of the year.
The work is going on already and 82
pages of it win be given ont with the
March number of the Wawa It will be
continued then in the following Issues
completed.
THE LATH REV. I.   N. ST  ONQE
November27th we received a tele
gram from St. Hyacmthe 1' vv> an
nouncing the death of Father L N. St.
Onge.    We recommend  him  to   the
prayers ��.f all those who will read these
hands.
The ttrst time we h sard of R ������.   i.   n
St.   Opge   was  by   a   letter   from   him
dated  from T,��>>     X   Y.    March  22nd
1902, asking for a copy of the Kamloops
Wawa. which was then in its tirst year.
Then again another letter dated Mas
1st, 1892, where we read:
"Four days ago. I began to examine
the elements of shorthand you sen; me
and in three hours I learned every sum
it included. Til'' next ^\.i. I went to
work and began to decipher the mean
Ing pf the contents of the Kamloops
Wawa and wenl through i:i one day.
Now I can read in it pretty readily and
write it faster than I can read it.
"I am proud of my success because I
thought I wa< too old to have tin-
patience, and membry to work it., and I
must thank you for having been the
means of my learning it. 1 am proud to
enlist myself as one of your pupils.
Though my hair is white as snow   1   see
one is never too old to learn *   I
have shown your paper to man;, of my
confreres   and  they   admired   it    very
much. They were somewhat Incredulous when I told them that your Indians
corresponded with you in Shorthand,
When you write to me next. I would
like it very much if you would send me
some postal cards or letters in short
hand as specimens of their work, to
show our confreres on this side how intelligent our western Indians are when
properly taught."
May t7th, 1888. When you took me
up at my word and sent me two letters
written in shorthand. I was at tlrst
afraid I had presumed too much of my
ability in stenographic literature. I
was almost sorry that I had asked you
to will > In shorthand. It was the tlrst
time I had ever seen shorthand either
in English or French. The letters
really scared me. But I went to work,
ifnd after an hour or two I succeeded
in deciphering all but two or three
words which I mastered-, oil second
trial. -w    ���   #    <  .w \: ��� ���-
��� ������I-was very much pleaseij.when I received Willlam-Oeresttn's. pvstuV -card.
I will write to him by this mnll..'i    ��� -���
He   corresponded   also   in    CMnooU
shorthand   with  Damlen  Maxlme    1511
Larue August from Shuswap   Charley
r'rv and a few Others
The same year he donated  to  the
Indians of of this country 200 copies of
(Jilmour's   Illustrated    Bible    History
which   were  bound   Interleaved with
the translation in ('hinook.
CHRISTMAS    \T  THE   K \MI.' K >PH
i\;��i \n  RES! RVI
We had ������; good Christmas lime ai
Kamloops By Bundaj Decembei .'.
most of the Indians were in attendance
The regulations were as follows Risinti
at 5:80 a m    at (1:80 Mass and In^truct   i
In the church at 9:30 to 11M meeting in
In the Catechism House Then free
time for all, for the manual work attending to the horses and oattie bring
Ing in feed and fuel, until 1:80     At   I '���"
p.m   prayers and  benediction  In the
church,  followed  t>y Instruction uius
: rated with the help of a magic lain em
We had a series of catechism Tableaux
U) in cumber   which proved  verj   In
struetive and  Interesting,     It docs not
do to pass too many of them at a time,
but as we had ample time between
Christmas  and New    Year   we exposed
six or eight every night, and could ex
plain them extensively.
The church was pretty welldecorat
ed   for  Christmas  night,   the   principal
feature being a new  Christmas crib
which   pleased the  Indians very much
About 180 received Holy communion m
the midnight Mass
The exercises were followed very re
gularty during the whole time, and as a
reward most of the Communicants were
attain admitted to the Sacraments of
Penanoe and H Eucharist on aooouni
of the New   Year.
old Martin from the North Thompson
Indian Reserve, died at Kamloops.' on
December .'toth and was hurled on the
tlst.    He was about 99years of age.
A number uf photographs were taken
during the meet ink' at Canoe Creek
and the parties concerned have been
waiting for them ever since. The rca
son for the delay in the delivery of them
m that they wer'e,prlnted in Vancouver,
and the light being so scarce durum
November aud December.. It has l>V-en
impossible to print them all before .this
time. By the, time this paper is .issued
most of them will have been forwarded
and the balance will follow trl ":\ .short
time. QUARTERLY   REVIEW  IX CHINOOK.
97
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