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No. 134.
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Vol. I¥. No. 11.        KAMLOOPS WAWA.     November, 1895.
THE WAWA SHORTHAND!
The simplest system of Shorthand in the world. The easiest to
learn. A hundred times easier
than the old writing.
Two million people (2,000,000)
throughout the world already-
practising this system of phonography. It is adapted to over
twenty different languages.
Can be learned without teacher
in one to three hours.
If you are a stranger to Shorthand, take this paper and become
acquainted with this useful art.
If you have failed to learn
-Shorthand-owing—to-the-compli--
cation of the system you adopted,
or from want of time, do not give
up, but try this system, and wonder at its simplicity.
Time is precious. You will save
time as soon as you are acquainted with this phonography.
THE KAMLOOPS WAWA!
SHORTHAND AMONG  INDIANS
A   Newspaper   in   Shorthand   Circulating
amoog the Natives.
Two Thousand Indians reading and
writing Phonography	
The Plainest Proof of the Simplicity
of the System	
A  NOVEL  IDEA  TO  TEACH  THE
INDIANS SHORTHAND.
HOW  CAN INDIANS LEARN SHORTHAND?
Because Shorthand is a hundred, nay
a thousand times simpler than the old
writing. Any one can learn it in a few
hours, and become expert in it in a
few days. Many of our Indians learned
it in two or three days.
If you are a lover of curious specimens, you must have this paper, it is
" The Queerest Newspaper in the World."
Subscribe for this paper, and help to
civilize our Indians, to enlighten those
who were sitting "in "darkness and
the shadow of death."
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Address: " EDITOR WAWA, KAMLOOPS, B.C."
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operator's touch. The TOUCH is LIGHT and ELASTIC ; the depression of the keys is ONE-HALF that of other machines ; hence, practice
only in manipulation and fingering is required to become a skilful
operator. In VARIETY of WORK it exceeds that of all OTHER
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r Vol. IV. No. 11. KAMLOOPS WAWA.       November, 1895.
Volume IV. of " Kamloops Wawa "
will soon be complete, and a certain
number of copies will be bound at
once. The volume, bound in red cloth,
with calf back and corners, will cost
$1.50. Those already having sets can
nave the same bound in the same
style for 50 cents, including postage
both ways; or a cheaper binding, the
same as former volumes, for 35 cents,
also including postage both ways.
*
At Liege, Belgium, says a correspondent in Mr. Duploye's paper, "La
Lumiere Stenographique," shorthand
is how in great honour. The number
of stenographers has increased these
last two years from three to thirty.
They are French, Belgians, Dutch,
Irish, Italians and Prussians. They
receive, every month, twelve copies
of the '" Kamloops Wawa," which
they find very interesting. They say
one day's study is enough to master
the Chinook, and then one is able to
understand and read fluently.
The ^largest musical house in the
world is that of Lyon & Healy, Chicago. They have, for thirty-one years
past, furnished most of the band instruments used in the United States.
They will be pleased to send a catalogue of musical instruments to any
one writing for it. Their factories
produce over 100,000 musical instruments annually.
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The "Kamloops Wawa" exchange
-list^has^been^increasedJateljLJjjLthe^
following:
37. "The Illustrated Phonographic
World," 45 Liberty street, New York.
38. " The Ave Maria," Notre Dame,
Indiana.   $2 a year.
39. " The Virginia Stenographer,"
published monthly at Richmond, Va.,
at 50 cents a year.
40. "The Harvest," an organ of Catholic works. Address, Mr. J. Costi-
gan, Bishop's House. Salf ord, England.
A monthly, well illustrated. Only one
shilling and sixpence, or less than 40
cents, per annum.
41. "The Poor Soul's Friend and St.
Joseph's Monitor," published at Chud-
ley, Devon, England. Same price as
the preceding.
42. " Le Messager de St. Antoine,"
Chicoutimi, P. Q. Monthly. Only 25
cents a year.
■" The Illustrated Phonographic
World," for June, 1895, has a fine article on the " Kamloops Wawa," with a
reproduction of the first page of the
"Sugar Cane Tintin," of last March
"Wawa." Many thanks. The "Illustrated Phonographic World" is, besides, full of highly interesting reading for all concerned in shorthand
matters. The price hereafter is only
50 cents a year. E. N. Miner, editor,
45 Liberty street, New York.
***
On page 162 of this number the Chi-,
nook vocabulary is given, as complete
as it is necessary to have it for the
rapid learning of the Chinook Jargon.
A few words are omitted because they
are of very rare occurrence, and would
make an unnecessary burden for the
memory. Special mention will be
made of them in future numbers of
the "Wawa." In this vocabulary all
words borrowed from French and
English have been left aside, and the
"Chinook" words only are recorded.
The more one confines himself to the
words in this vocabulary for expressing his ideas, the purer his Chinook
will be. Whenever the Chinook vocabulary is not sufficient to express
one idea, an English word must be
used,—the simplest and most common
that can be found. A short way to
master this vocabulary is to read it
over, and repeat every word of it once
a day for a week or so, or, better still,
read it over every evening before retiring, and again the first thing in the
morning, until well mastered. If that
reading is made with proper attention, three or four days will be sufficient for most people. ~
The apostrophe in each word of the
following vocabulary denotes the accented syllable. The pronunciation
is the Latin pronunciation, in which
the consonants sound the same as in
English. Whenever the "j " or "eh"
occur they are sounded as in English,
but the vowels must be sounded uniformly as follows:
"a," as in "fat."
"e," as in "met."
"i," as in "fill."
"o,"asin "no."
"oo," as in "good."
The vowel " u " is to be sounded as
in "use," except the word "hnmm,"
where it sounds as " u " in " us." The
consonant "h" has a strongly guttural sound wherever it appears, except in connection with "c" and "s"
in"ch"and"sh." 162
CHINOOK AND ENGLISH VOCABULARY, CONDENSED.
• <&*> •
aVke,
al'ta,
cin'kate,
a'yak,
a'yas,
a'yoo,
cha'ko,
chi,
chik'min,
chok,
dret,
e'he,
eh'pooi,
e'lehe,
ela'i-ten,
e'lo,
enata'i,
es'kom,
ha'ha,. .
ha'lale,
h'loHma,
humm,
iht,
ik'ta?
ik'tas,
iVep,
ip'soot,
is'ik,
i'tlooilh,
kah,
kak'shet,
ka'kwa,
kalla'han,
~kaVkala~,
kaVtash,
ka'mooks,
ka'nawe,
ka'namoxt,
kan'sih,
kap'ho,
kap' shwala,
ka'ta,
khell,
kho,
khow,
ki'koole,
ki'lapai,
kim'ta,
ki'pooit,
kis'kis,
kiu'tan,
kla'hane,
kla'howyam,
klak'sta,
klas'ka,
by-and-by
now
formerly
fast
great
many
to come
new
metal
water
direct
to laugh
shut
the earth
slave
none
across
to take
awful
to open
different
smell
one
what?
goods
first
to hide
paddle
flesh
where
broken
like
fence
birds^
useless
dog
all
together
how many
elder brother
to steal
how
hard
to reach
to tie
below
to return
after
a needle
to drive
horse
outdoors
poor
who?
they
kla'twa,
klis'kes,
klooch'min,
kloo'nas,
kenim',
kolan',
komtax\
ko'pa,
kopet',
koyookoyoo,
kwan'sem, \
or \
kwa'nesem J
kivash,
kiua'ten,
kwe'nam,
la'ket,
le'le,
lep'lep,
lo'lo,
to go
mats
a woman
perhaps
a canoe
ear
to know
to, in, at
finished
a ring
always
afraid
the belly
five
four
a long time
to boil
to carry
ma'ika,
ma'kook,
mak'mak,
mash,.
masa'chi,
mem'loos,
mit'lait,
mit'ooit,
moos'moos,
moo'sum,
mow'ich,
msaHka,
na'ika,
na'nidh,
na'xoitka,
nsa'ika,
thou
to buy
to eat
to throw away
bad
dead
to stay at
to stand up
cattle
to sleep
a deer
you
I or me
to see
yes
us
o'ihat,
o'ihoi,
o'lali,
o'lo,
oo'kook,
oo'poots,
ow,
pa'ya,
papoos',
pasi'si,
patl,
pa'tlach,
pel,   .
pel'pel,
pehl'ten,
Pi>
poo,
poos,
poos'poos,
road
to exchange
berries
hungry
this
the hind part
/younger
I,       brother
fire
child
blanket
full
to give
red
blood
crazy
and
gun shot
if
a cat
poola'tde,
poo'lale,
sa'hale,
sa'ya,
saka'lools,
O CV    VliJL m
sa'plel,
se'le,
senmoxt',
sia'hoos,
si'essem,
sit'kom,
skoo'koom,
snaz,
sta'ld,
sti'ujilh,
ta'ham,
tahmoo'na'k.
tama'noaz,
tanas',
tan'ke son,
ta'tilam,
ta'ye,
te'Jce,
tekop\
tcl,
te'likom,
tep'so,
tile,
tik'tih,
tin'tin,
tlap,
tla'iva,
tle'men,
tle'men        \
tle'men J
tle'menooit,
tlep,
tlil,
tloon,
tloos,
tsem,
tse'pe,
tsi,
tsik'tsik,
tsil'tsil,
night
dust
above
far
pants
angry
bread
soul
seven
the face
to relate
half
strong
rain
a river
to pray
six
one hundred
magic
small
yesterday
ten
chief
to like
white
tired
people
grass
telegraph .
watch
bell
to find
slowly
soft
all in pieces
to tell a lie
deep
black
three
good
mark, writing
mistaken
sweet
carriage
stars
ntl,
uVkat,
ivah,
iva'wa,
weht,
ivek,
ya'ka,
yak'so,
ya'kwa,
ya'wa,
glad
long
to pour out
to speak
again
no
he or she
hair
here
there 163
EDITORIAL   NOTES.
The figure on page 164 is that of the
late Father Martinet, Assistant-General of the Oblate of M. I., who came
to British Columbia as Visitor in 1882.
He was born in France on February
10th, 1829, and died at Bordeaux on
December 11th, 1894.   R. I. P.
Page 165 reproduces the miniature
Life of St. Cecily. Over 5,000 Chinook
words, equal to 7,500 English words,
all in one page.
*#*
The six following pages are taken
by the continuation of Bishop Durieu's
Old Testament. Only two pages and
a-half are left for the December
" Wawa."
***
On pages 172 and 173 are the continuation of the History of the New
Testament, by the same author.
***
Pages 174 and 175 are of the size of
the pages of our future Prayer Book,.
and contain Hymns for Benediction.
*#*
On page 176 is a reproduction of the
Indian Calendar, which is so useful
to the Indians.
A Prayer to be Said Every Day before
a Picture of the Holy Family.
O most loving Jesus, who didst hallow by Thy surpassing virtues and
the example of Thy home life the
household Thou didst choose to live
in while upon earth, mercifully look
down upon this family, whose members, humbly prostrate before Thee,
implore Thy protection. Remember
that we are Thine, bound and consecrated to Thee by special devotion.
Protect us in Thy. mercy, help us
in our necessities, deliver us from
danger, and impart to us strength to
persevere always in the imitation of
Thy Holy Family, so that, by serving
Thee and loving Thee faithfully during this mortal life, we may at length
give Thee eternal praise in Heaven.
O Mary, dearest Mother, we implore
thy assistance, knowing that thy Divine Son will hearken to thy petitions.
And do thou, O most glorious patriarch St. Joseph, help with thy powerful patronage, and place our petitions
in Mary's hands, that she may offer
them to Jesus Christ.   Amen.
OUR   INDIAN   CATECHISM.
XVI.
136. What is Matrimony ?
Matrimony is a Sacrament which
-sanctifies—the—union—of—man—and
woman.
137. What are the effects of the
Sacrament of Matrimony ?
The effects of the Sacrament of
Matrimony are—1st, To sanctify the
love of husband and wife; 2nd, To
give them grace to bear with each
other's weaknesses; 3rd, To enable
them to bring up their children in the
fear and love of God.
138. What should young people do
in order to make a good marriage ?
They should first pray to God to find
their proper consorts; they should
also consult their parents.
139. How should parents act when
they know their children's intentions ?
They should consult the will of God,
and advise their children in accordance with that divine will.
140. What does God forbid to parents in regard to their children's marriage ?
 Gpji_exp.ressl3Lforbids^p.arents^to_selL
their children in Matrimony; to prevent them, unreasonably, from marrying the party they have chosen, and
to compel them to marry another
party against their will..
141. When a couple have agreed to
get married, ivhat shall they do?
They must not live together until
they are married before the Priest;
their banns should be published on
three consecutive Sundays ; they
should duly prepare for marriage by
learning all their prayers and the
Catechism.
142. Does the Chiirch forbid marriage between certain persons ?
Yes; the Church forbids marriage
between certain persons who are prevented from marrying by some impediments. 164
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