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No. 131,
SO Centimes,
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Vol.IY. No. 8.     KAMLOOPS WAWA.      August, 1895.
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The shortest way to learn,
the Shorthand is through/
the Chinook, olvuI the shortest Way to lear*v the. Chinook
IS thr.owojh the Shorthand".
Ow the cover of this paper
you. ha/ve, all that i's necessary j"or learning this Sys-
tewyof Shorthand .
^Take. the Alphabet cxk tkt
fop Of 'Y\txl.p<XOf*.\OLY\d..^o
on, Fo oWpher every Word
that comes along. You.
\«vill hardly have decipher -
ed all the matter on this
^over,when you.will be
Surprised, tojind'-yourself
familiar with tall the   se-.
crets of this shorthand-
•  This peeper is noto proceed by Photo Engraving,a
process which attoyi/s space
-ior-nearly^ive^times^as
much reoLoLwa cxs'before.
One page oj-mis contains
as mwcU as five pages of
the j-orrrier numbers.   By
cornpartng the Spaoz. occu-
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type cxY\d the same, in Pho--
hoaraphy,''as in next paa*.
it will be seen/ thatoncpa^*.
in shorthand is egual to
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Kot.-nloops WaWot.
Kamloops. 3.C
Appre.K.ez. la Stinoyrct -
phit a. Va.idjL c(m. Chinook
et le 6'hmook ot I'aioU- ou.
la Stenographic,    i
It n'y ex pas de chemm
plus coud pour a^ppren-
o\rc la. Stenogrocphie que
pcxr le Chinook , etil n'y
dc pas ole chemin plus
court pour cxpprendre
le ChirvDok cr-we. potr lot
Stenographie .
La StehocfrCk.pr>i<- Puploye
estrwne. Stenogfrocphve m-
vviverselta, 5'cx.kioptant"
(xwssi facile went oL toMies
les lkX.v\t7wes , mortes ou Vi'
Vantes, harbares ou. civi-
Usees.
Le Chinook est omssi uru
lanaotae. universel, cvrX
-fois plus j-aw'l< civu. \t.ld>-
locpiik\ il s'oepprenci. mil-
A tjd S=pl u s=Vite>.=De-$=rrt il--=
liers oU per'soTones ote fewfes
"nah'ons s'en sont Serviet, et
S'fn serv/eht tot<s lesjowrs.
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papier est oU unDollav-,
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Adrcss«Z a LTdfteur tiw.
Kamloops WavVtx
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HUDSON'S BAY CO. - Kamloops, B.C.
DUPLOYAN SHORTHAND
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One Shilling and Seven Pence, or
40 cents.
Address, E. DUPLOYE, Sinceny,
_____ AISNE, FRANCE.
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now in its 24th year.   Issues
monthly.    40 cents per annum.
Address. B. DUPLOYE, Sineenj, ilSA'E, Frauee.
LE GRAND STENOGRAPHE.—166,
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JPUMVJETOMS OF MEAT,
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Subscription, $2.00 per Year.
SEND FOR SAMPLE COPY FREE.
Kamloops, B.C. OTHER   PUBLICATIONS:
Bishop Durieu's Chinook Bible History.   With English
interleaved.    1 vol. bound, post paid,     .    .    .    .    .    .      $1.25
Kamloops Wawa, 1892, 1893, or 1894.     With Indian
Prayers.    Three volumes, bound ; now rare,   .    .    .   each, $2.50
COSMOPOLITAN  HOTEL,
The oldest established house in
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
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JAMES   VAI'r;
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
Dealer and manufacturer in
Stoves, Tinware. Plumbing, Hardware, Paints. Oil and Glass.
GO TO
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
■For EITIUSTITTTXIE, CAttJ'ETS,
WJXjy O 1V- S HA.jyES, Etc.
M,  GAGLIETTO,
General Merchant,
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
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or rich decorations artistically finished; also a large and varied
assortment of models for drawing.
All orders are given our personal attention, and we are
daily in receipt of liiglily complimentary letters from all
parts of tlie country. Vol. IV. No. 8.
KAMLOOPS WAWA.
August, 1896.
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A letter from California, addressed
to the Editor of "Kamloops Wawa,"
says:—"This style of phonography is
the easiest learned of any that I have
ever seen, and I think I have seen
nearly all of them."
" Le Grand Stenographe " is a monthly folio in Duployan shorthand, the
same system as used in this paper.
It, issues 25,000 copies. In the issue
of May loth last, the "Grand Stenographe" says, after the "Daily Telegraph," of London, England, that, at
a competition of stenographers before
the government, the Sloan-Duployan
stenographers have taken the first
rank, at a speed of 240 words per
minute. It adds that 300,000 "Sloan-
Duployan Methods" have been sold
already. The Sloan-Duployan is an
adaptation of our system to the English language.
***
Another adaptation of the same
system to the English language is the
"Pernin" Shorthand," which is now
greeted with much favour in America.
Nearly 500 of the leading schools and
colleges have adopted it.
***
If you want to see how the simplest
S3rstem of shorthand in the world can
be adapted to the English language,
send for the "Duployan Shorthand
adapted to English," by C. Brandt,
S.J. Adaptation authorized and approved by Mr. E. Duploye. Price,
forty cents, or one shilling and seven-
pence, post free. Address: E. Duploye, Sinceny, Aisne, France.	
These three adaptations of our system of shorthand to English do not
differ very much from each other.
Each uses the same alphabet, with
the exception of a change or two.
The alphabet xised in the "Kamloops
Wawa" is also the same; only an
effort is here made to make our pho:
nography read the same way exactly
in "English as in French, and so also
for all other languages. While in
other systems the monogram that
sounds ' " wa " in French represent
"ow" in English, the "Kamloops
Wawa" has the same sign to figure
the same sound in both languages.
The second number of the " Sugar
Cane Tintin" has comedo hand, and
appears in this number of the
"Wawa." It gives a description of
the new church at Sugar Cane, which
was opened on July 10th. 1895; also,'
on page 119, the new building for the
William's Lake Industrial School.
On page 116, mention is made of the
Pope's letter to the English people,
and the prayer for England, a copy
of which is found here :
Prayer for England.
To the Blessed Virgin:
O Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of
God, and our most gentle Queen and
Mother,   look down in   mercy upon
England, thy "dowry," and upon us-
all  who  greatly   hope  and   trust in
thee.   By thee it was that Jesus, our
Saviour  and   our   Hope,  was   given,
unto   the world,  and He has   given.
thee to us that we might hope still
more.    Plead   for   us,   thy  children,
whom thou didst receive and accept
at the foot of the Cross.   O sorrowful
Mother!   intercede for our separate
brethren, that with us in the one true
fold they may be united  to the Supreme Shepherd,   the   Vicar  of thy
Son.   Pray for us all,  dear Mother,
that, by faith fruitful in good works,
we may all deserve to see and praise
God together with thee in our heavenly home.   Amen.
A double space is given this month
to the Catechism questions, which
were left out of the last two issues.
***
The "Kamloops Wawa" exchange
list has been increased lately by the
following:
2G. "B. C. Commercial Journal,"
Victoria, B. C. Weekly. $2.00 per
annum.
27. " The British Columbia Gazette."
Published by authority. Weekly.
$5.00 per annum. Now in its thirty-
fifth volume.
28. "The B. C. Mining Journal,"
Ashcroft, B. C. Weekly. Issued first
at the beginning of last May. $2.00
per annum.
29. "Comfort," Augusta, Me. A
well-known paper. 1,250,000 circulation. Only 25 cents a year. Issues
monthly.
30. "Donahue's Magazine," Boston,
Mass. A beautiful magazine of over
100 pages, with profuse illustrations,
half-tones, etc. Monthly. $2.00 a year.
Send for sample copy. 1H
EDITORIAL   NOTES.
31. "The Pilgrim of Our Lady of
Martyrs," 27 and 29 West Sixteenth
street, New York City. Monthly.
50 cents a year.
.32. "L'AbeilleParoissiale." Monthly.    Only 50 cents a year.   Address,
T699  Notre   Dame   street,   Montreal,
Canada.
33. "Maria Immaculata," Fauque-
mont, Holland.
34. "L'Etoile Stenographique de
France." Bi-monthly. One dollar per
annum.
35. "L'Eclair Stenographique Illus-
treV' Monthly. One dollar per annum.
36. "Pernin's Monthly Stenographer," Detroit, Michigan. One dollar
per annum.
"Kamloops Wawa" thanks all the
above papers for their kindness in
exchanging.
*
Remember, there is a "History of
British Columbia" now published,
which should find its place, in every
house in the country. It may be had
by applying to the author, sending at
the same time the amount for the
book, $3.00. Address: Alexander Begg,
22 Kingston street, Victoria, B. C.
***
- This system of phonography has now
adaptations in French, English, German, Armenian, Chinook, Salish languages in British Columbia, Danish,
Flemish, Italian, Latin, Spanish, Portuguese and Turkish. The German
Method has already reached its fourth
edition, and the Flemish its second.
The French. Method Complete has
already exhausted sixteen editions,
and the Abridged Method seventeen.
Herewith we give the rules, etc., of
the Indian Total Abstinence Society
-o£HRritish=Golumhiat^which==is=now^
established throughout the country :
...........  Council. No...	
Established at.........  .by the Grand
President of the Indian Total Abstinence Society of British Columbia,
on the..... .189
All the members of this Local Council,'
called the. Council, and numbered. .....-. .promise and bind themselves
to" follow the Rules and Regulations, and
Usages.or Directions, of the Indian Total
Abstinence Society of British Columbia,
the principal of which are contained in
the following Statutes of the said Society:
Indian Total Abstinence Society of
British Columbia.
I. The Indian Total Abstinence Society
of British Columbia is an association of
Indians desirous of applying themselves
earnestly to the practice of the duties of a
good Catholic and of a useful citizen ; desirous, also, of assisting each other to
check the passion for fermented beverages,
and thereby to avoid the awful evils originating in the abuse of intoxicating drinks.
II. The end of this Society is to make
its members more particularly acquainted
with their duties as Catholics and citizens,
and to enable them to 'fulfil those duties
in a becoming manner.
III. The Society having for its object
the moral improvement of the Indians in
British Columbia, shall establish branches,
one for each locality. Said branches shall
be called Councils, each Council to receive
a.name and a number.
IV". Having also for its object to check
the craving after strong drinks, the. Society binds its members to pledge themselves to abstain from any kinds of intoxicating drinks or fermented beverages for
life.
V. In order to strengthen its members
in their war against the devil of drink,
the Society obliges them to avoid bad
company, and especially the company of
those who are addicted to drink. The
Society obliges them, also, to shun the
places and occasions wherein they would
be exposed to the danger of breaking
their pledge of total abstinence.
VI. They shall also faithfully comply
in every case with the enactments of the
Indian Act of 1886, by giving information
of the person from whom, the place where,
and the time when intoxicants have been
procured by them or by any other Indian.
VII. Moreover, the associates shall be
strictly faithful to the practices of. their
Church. They will approach the Sacraments every time the priest comes to their
village ; they will pray together eyery day,
and will have a meeting every, Sunday in
order to renew themselves in their good
dispositions.
A^LTIi=Should-any=member-become=guilty=
of a breach of his pledge, or of any bad
behaviour, he shall,' during the aforesaid
meeting,-appear before the local president
of the Council, or before the watchman
holding his place, ask pardon of the
scandal given, renew his firm purposenot
to offend again in the future, and receive
a public penance from the local president
or the delegate of the grand president.
IX. The Society will be under the immediate control of a grand president, who
will be no other than the Bishop of the
diocese, who shall himself, from time to
time, name a delegate to visit the various
Councils of the Society.
X. But, like all other well-regulated societies, each Council has its local government peculiar to itself, composed of a local
president, named also tayee, and some
watchmen,  and  also  a treasurer,   all  of EDITORIAL   NOTES
115
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whom to be selected and revocable by the
grand president or his delegate.
XI. It is the duty of the local president
to see that the rules he faithfully observed
by the members of his Council. It is his
duty, not only to admonish, but also to
impose the penances in use in the Society
to such members as may fail in the duties
imposed by the Society.
XII. The duties of the watchmen are to
aid the local president in the discharge of
his functions, and to call before the local
president during the meetings the members who may have failed in their duties,
or given scandal by their misdeeds. The
first watchman will supply the local president's place during the hitter's absence.
If the first watchman is also absent,1 the
second will take the president's place, and
so on for the other watchmen.
XIII. The initiation of a hew member
will always take place in a general meeting, and in the presence of the associates,
who will thus become witnesses of the
pledge of each member of the Council.
XIV. On his initiation, each member
will pledge himself by a solemn and public
promise, the form of which is given below.
He will sign his name, or make his mark,
in the register of the members of 'the
Council of the Society, as a visible testimony that he binds himself to the following :—
■ 1. I pledge myself and promise to abstain from every kind of liquor and of
fermented beverages for life.
2. I pledge myself and promise to observe faithfully the rules and regulations
of the Society, and to follow the directions given by the grand president or his
delegates.
3 I pledge myself and promise to perform a public penanCei.to.be designated
by the grand, president, his delegate, or
even by the local president of the Council
of— the-Society7^every^time=T=be^fou7id==
guilty of immorality, gambling, assisting
at a patlach, at a tamanoaz feast, or at
any meeting or ceremony forbidden by
the Society.
4. I pledge myself and promise to pay
to the repairs or decoration of the church
of my village, each time I break my
pledge of total abstinence^ according to
the following scale adopted in this Council: $1.00 for ahunbnptized; $2.no for'.a
Christian ; §3.00 for a communicant"; $5.00
for the president and watchmen of the
Council, or the chief and watchmen of
the village.
Edward Seigneur was crowned with
great success. He reported 150 words
'■a'minute in full Duployan style, without an abbreviation. As a recognition
of that success, the Association of
French Stenographers offers Mr. Seigneur a diploma of Professional Stenographer. Mr. Seigneur is only sixteen
years old. At the age of eleven he
was already able to put down his 150
words a minute, in fuil style.
His father, who was his instructor
in shorthand, took the greatest care
to keep away from him the knowledge
of abbreviations, which are the stumbling-block to so many stenographers
who would have thrived well if they
had applied themselves less to abbre1
viations and more to shorthand full
style.
Shorthand for Ibe Chinese.
We are going to have an adaptation of our phonography to the Chinese language.
A missionary in China happened
lately to take notice of our'phonography, which he set to study, and
mastered in a short time. Seeing the
-simplicity of the system, he thought
of adapting it to the Chinese language, and has already sent an essay
on the subject to the editor of "La
Lumiere Stenographique."
Actually the whole life of a man is
not long enough to learn to read and
write the Chinese language, — over
50,000 words, all written differently,
without an alphabet! What benefit
the Chinese would derive, from the
knowledge of shorthand if they once
adopted it! _„. ^ _ _
•X-   •*
A Great Success.
At a competition for speed in shorthand writing, which took place on
February 24th last, at the H6tel des
Societes Savantes, Paris, France, Mr.
A plain illustration of the usefulness
of sh or thand for Chinese, as w ell as
for any other language, was given last
winter in a Chinese store at Kamloops, where half-a-dozen Indian boys,
conversant with the "Wawa" shorthand, happened to be present at the
same time. The merchant was asked
to name the numbers from one to ten
in the Chinese language, which he
did very willingly. The names were
at once written in short-hand characters, which the Indian boys read
plainly and readily, to the admiration
of the Chinese present. The exercise
was found so interesting, that the
numeration in Chinese words was
carried on from ten to one hundred.
Nicola A.uxime, one of the boys, can
now repeat the numbers as well as a
Chinaman. v. i™ .wui«w.y. wj*"y«Vt«r*»Efc.iu*nW* ^salKy
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125
67. How many kinds of actual sin
are there ?
There are two kinds of actual sin:
one giving death, mortal; one not
giving death, venial.
68. What does mortal sin do to us?
It separates us from God, kills our
souls, and subjects it to the punishment of hell.
69. How many mortal sins will lead
us to hell ?
A single mortal sin will send us
to hell, if it is not forgiven before
we die.
70. What does venial sin do to us?
It lessens the love of God in our
hearts, and makes us less worthy of
his help.
71. In how many ways do we commit sin ?
In four ways :   in thought, word,
deed and omission.
72.    Iloio   many   capital   sins  are
there?
Seven:   pride, covetousness, Inst,
envy, gluttony, anger and sloth.
X
73. Why did Jesus Christ institute
the seven sacraments ?
Jesus Christ instituted the seven
sacraments to sanctify our souls.
74. Name the seven sacraments.
Baptism, confirmation, holy eu-
charist, penance, extreme unction,
holy orders and matrimony.
75. What is Baptism?
Baptism is a sacrament which
cleanses us from original sin, and
from the other sins we committed
before baptism; and it makes us
children of God and of the Church.
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tion ?
Baptism is necessary to salvation,
because without it we cannot enter
into the kingdom of Heaven.
77. Who can administer baptism?
The Priest is the ordinary minister of baptism ; but in case of
necessity any one who has the use
of reason may baptise.
78. Ilotv is baptism given ?
Whoever baptises should pour
water on the head of the person to
be baptised, and say, while pouring
the water, "I baptise thee, in the
name of the Father, and of the Son,
and of the Holy Ghost." ™*~.^^,v«^»;*V3K<n5S^
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79. What dispositions are required
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They must know and believe what
God has revealed us ; they must be
sorry for all their sins, and they
must be determined to live forever
as true Christians.
80. ' What do we renounce at baptism ?
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renounce the. devil,- his .works and
his pomps.
prays that they may receive the
Holy Ghost, and anoints the forehead of each with Holy Chrism in
the form of a cross, and then gives a
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84. What preparation should be
made to receive confirmation ?
To receive confirmation one must
be in the state of grace; must know
and believe in the chief mysteries
of Faith, and the duties of a Christian, and must yearn for. the coming
of the Holy Ghost in his heart.
XI
81.     What is confirmation ?
Confirmation  is a  sacrament
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82. Who administers confirmation ?
The Bishop alone administers confirmation.
83. How does the Bishop give confirmation ?
The   Bishop  extends  his  hands
over those who are to be confirmed,
XII
85.     What is Holy Eucharist?
Holy Eucharist is a sacrament
which contains the body and blood,
soul and divinity of Jesus Christ.
.86. Who instituted the Holy Eucharist ?
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