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Array ypyyyiy,
No. 129.
50 Centimes.
lO Cents.
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Vol. IV. Ho. 6.     KAMLOOPS WAWA.        June, 1895.
The shortest way to learn,
the Shorthand is through/
the Chinook, and. the short-
est Way to learn- the Chinook
IS throutfh the Shorthand.
0n, the cover oj- this paper
you. houvc all tUott i's necessary for learning this System.^ Shorthand.
...-Take the Alphabet at the.
fop of next pag^i dvuLgo
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fo ctactph
er every w/or.
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that comes alona. You.
'Will hotrdly have deciphered all the matter on this
cover* wWtm. you. vi/{[[ be '""
Surprised .to jind.yourje.j-
familiar vvith otll the 'secrets of this shorthand.
•   This pcxperis novo prodi*.
ced by Photo Enqravfhtf.a
process which allows space.
for nearly fivt times as
mwxh rearU'wa as"I^J-oT'cT
<9ne paqe. of- this contains
as mwm as five, paaes of
the former numbers.   By
comparing the space, occu-
oitii by £V.tf lish text m^ull
type ancl the same, in Ph.;-'
K,oaraphy,'a$ iVi next poor*,
it will be seen^ thatov.4 pao-c
ir. shorthand is eaaal to
%or)0 pages ordinary type..
"his pope ^issued ynoy\\h-
ly, at. $, i.oo per annum.
Post Stamps accepted. English , Cctncxctiom or l\. $..
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Apprenez. laSteno^ra. -
phit d raitie,fltM. Chin^k
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la Stenogra-phie,.
It nV oc pas de chemin
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par le Chinook , eit" il v\'y
ex. pas ole chemt'rt p'lus-
cowr): pour appren^re.
le Chinook a-w-e, potr loc
Sterioqraphie .
La. Stehoaraphie Puploye
eslrwne Ste'no^«-phi«-m-
vuverselle*, s'adoptant- •
awsst j-acilement oil towtes
les langwes, mortes ow Vv
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lisees.
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lanaaqe, um'versel, ce^t
foh plus {exult CflAX. \l.M>-
J/ipiiA.; il s'oLpprer.otmil-
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Adressez a ITditcur Jxa
Kamloops Wavi/a
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you need only WAtrA if out.
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This system of Shorthand wai^i'ot-
published in Trance by the- IXcploye, Brothers , in 1^67. _ It wols first taaaht to
the ln.diot.ns of British Columbia , <xt
C old water, in the fall of Wo.
A novel idea., some wVllsay.. to .
teach the, Indians to read shorthand.'
Would it noi be, better ft> teach them
common writir\a\ Somebody remarked in 1M1: They are. not abte. to
learix the old hand writing, how
tan they learn  shorthand?__BecaM5e
this shorthand is one. huwdred,noiy
one. thousand. timt% Simpler thocr.
the old Writing. Any one can Uourviy
it in a-feW how.rs, and become,  expert in it in a few days'.
Thousands of Indictns alt over •
this country are now able to read
and write  this shorthand .M"ost  of-
them [tArY\<L(L it in two or three olayj.
They are thankful to God for the,
blessing of bet no able to read    the
shorthand. —"We receive riowdhey
5ay, more. instructions in one Week
thotn.we could Uarny before, in, Seusrr-^il
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CHINOOK AND FRENCH VOCABULARY Vol. IV. No. 6.
KAMLOOPS WAWA.
June, 1895.
*
This publication is enlarged by four
pages. It is now 24 pages, instead of
20, from cover to cover. The more
support the little paper receives the
more it will improve.
The two next pages are devoted to
a lesson in Chinook; in fact, they contain the Chinook method in English
complete enough to allow a person to
learn to read very readily from it the
Chinook in shorthand, and to understand mostly everything in Chinook.
. Page 84 is a picture of the Sacred
Heart, the plate having been presented by Mr. Ph. A. Kemper, of Dayton,
Ohio. Many thanks indeed for the
kind gift. It is very appropriate for
the month of June, which is consecrated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus,
with the object of reminding men that
their Saviour has a heart full of love
for them, ever burning with the desire to make them happy for ever in
Heaven.
Nothing more opportune, also, than
the Promises of the Sacred Heart to
its devout worshippers, which find a
place on page 85, having been translated into Chinook by his Lordship
Bishop Durieu, of New Westminster.
Mr. Ph. A. Kemper has published a
collection of the above-mentioned
Promises in 235 languages. Tt is a
very interesting collection to possess,
and is offered at a very reasonable
price.
Page 86 shows'an illustration of the
Sechelt church, built by the Indians
in 1889. It is a very fine church, richly
decorated inside, possessing all the
necessary requisites for divine worship. It does very much credit to the
Sechelt 'Indians.
^^Th^^thTee"p^gesr86r87^aiid=88rare-
equal to eight or ten pa.ges like this.
The writing, which appeared at first
so small, has become natural to the
readers of the "Wawa," and is as
legible to them as this text is to the
ordinary reader. Even more so. Compare only the characters on page 80
with the letters on this page.
Page 88 is devoted to Hygienic
Counsels, by Mgr. Kneipp, whose
picture is shown at the top.
Page 89 gives the portraits of a
group of missionaries working among
the Indians, who were together at the
dedication of the Sechelt church, in
June, 1889.
Chinook and English Catechism,
left out of this number, will be continued next month, and thereafter.
Pages 94, 95 and 96 are 2 A- x ty, or
half the regular size.    They are in
tended for a pocket-size prayer book,
after all the plates are made. The
work now goes on very slowly, owing
to curtailed means. Should subscriptions come in more liberally, six or
eight pages of the same kind could be
issued every; month.
'* Welcome to the Bishop," page 96.
was lately worded up by Rev. Father
Le Jacq, O. M.I., Superior of St. Joseph's Mission, William's Lake. The
notes adapted to the words are the
only ones at hand to the samerhythm.
Other tunes to the same words, if received, will find place in some future
issue.
***
Holy Week at Kamloops.
As early as dawn of Palm Sunday,
upwards of 400 Indians had already
gathered at Kamloops for the exercises of Holy Week. About 100 more
came in during the. week. Naturally
with such numbers, most of whom
could join in the chanting of Gloria,
Credo, etc., at High Mass, and the
responses to the Litanies, etc., the
ceremonies were very impressive,
especially the Adoration of the Cross
on Good Friday, which lasted about
one hour and a half, the 500 people
choosing to adore the Cros^ by triple
prostration. 250 Communions oh Holy
Thursday, 100 more on Easter Sunday,
450 Confessions,—such were the results
of the Exercises.
■■",  ~dr:'  ' ***■
In the April number a description
was given of a pretty old book.
Another volume, still older, is at
hand. It is the Commentary of St.
Thomas Aquinas on the Epistles of
S tT^Paulr^prm ted=afc==Pa,ris^by- Jeh an-
Petit, in 1541, three hundred and fifty-
four years ago! The book is still in
verv good condition.
***
The new Price List from James
McMillan & Co., 200-212 First Avenue
North, Minneapolis, Minn., the largest
fur dealers in the North-West, has
been received, and can be referred to
by any one at any time. Their advertisement appears regularly in this
paper.
The "Wawa," ueing prepared in
British Columbia, engraved and printed in Eastern Canada, mailed in bulk
to Kamloops, to be thence distributed
to subscribers as from the Editorial
office, has, consequently, to be got up
at least- forty days ahead of date of
issue. matfayf
First Lesson in Chinook*
An'kate
S.T.
ma'mook
sa'hale
e'lehe
pi
ook'ook
elehe.
Kopef
chok
pi
poola'kle
mitla'it
ko'pa
ookook
elehe.
Pi
S. T.
wa'wa:
Tloos
. cha'ko
light (la'it).
A'yak
chako
light
kopa
elehc.
S. I.
mamook
ka'kwa
kopa
iht
son.
Kopa
mooct
son
S.T.
mamook
ookook
sky (skat)
nsa'i'ka
na'nich
kopa
sahalc.
Kopa
tloon
_.stm	
lalcay
mash
chok
kan'awe
kan'amoxt
pi
Iaka
wawa
poos
salt
chok
iaka
name (nem)
Kim'ta
Iaka
wawa
poos
chako
dry (drat)
elehe.
Kopa
ookook
dry
formerly
God
made
(the) above
land
and
this
earth.
Only
water
and
night
was
on
this
earth.
And
God   .
said:
let
come
light.
At once
came
light
on
earth.
God
made
thus
on ,
the first
day.
On
the second
day
God
made
that
sky
we
see
in the
above.
On
the third
day	
He
cast
the water
all
together
and
He
said
that
salt
water
(be) its
name.
Afterwards
He
said
that
become
dry
the Earth.
On
this
dry
elehe
Iaka
mamook
chako
kanawe
ikta
tep'so
pi
a you (a-u)
HeloVina
stick
pi
kanawe
tloos
flotvers.
Kopa
laket
son,
S. T.
mamook
son
moon
pi
tsil'tsil
kopa
sahale.
Kopa
kwe'nam
son,
Iaka
mamook
kanawe
heloima
fish
kopa
cthok
pi
ka'nawe
ookook
kal'akala
klas'ka
fiv
kopa
wind.
Kopa
ta'ham
son
S.T.
mamook
mow'ich
pi
kanawe
ikta
koo'li
kopa
elche
kaMwa,
moivich
kim tec
S. T.
wawa
tloos
nsa'ika
mamook
man
poos .
ka'kwa
nsa'ika
tscm
earth
He
made
come
all
things
grass
and
many
different
trees
and
all
(the) fine
flowers.
On
the fourth
day
God
made
the sun
the moon
and
the stars
in the
above.
On
the fifth
day
He
made
all
/ (the)
{     different
fish (es)
in
the water
and
all
those
birds
which
ny
in the
wind.
On the
sixths ._
day
God
made
the deer
and
every
thing
that runs
on
the earth
like
deer.
After
God
said,
let
us
make
man
that (he be)
like
our
figure
pi
iaka
ta'ye
kopa
kanawe
ikta
mitlait
kopa
elehe
Ia\oa
S. T.
eslwm
tanas'
elehe
pi
tanas
chok.
Iaka
mamook
klas'ka
kanamokst
pi
iaka
cskom
ookook
elehe
poos
mamook
iht
man
iaka
i'tlooilh
kopa
ookook
elehe
man
Iaka
mamook
klatzva
iht
se'le
ookook
sele
tuck kan'sih
alke
memloos
S.^T._
mamook       made
and
he (be)
chief
over
every
thing
(that) is
on
earth.
There
God
took
a little
earth
and
a little
Avatcr.
He
made
them
together
and
He
took
that
earth
to
make
one
man
his
body
into
this
earth (en)
man.
He
made
go
one
soul
this
soul
never
in the future
dead.-
God-
name
ookook
chi
man
Adam,
ka'kwa -
poos
waiua
elehe
iaka.
S. T.
nanich
kanawe
ookook
Iaka
mamook
pi
kanawe
klaska
tloos
name
this
new
man
Adam,
as
if
to say
earth
.he (is).
God
saw
all
/those
V     (things)
He
made
and
all
they (were)
good. FIRST  LESSON. IN   CHINOOK.
.83
1
Notes and Explanations.
S. T., abbreviation for Sahalc Taye
—the above chief, God.
The Verb mamook.
PRESENT.
Ncvika mamook—I work, or I make.
Maika mamook—Thou workest.
Iaka mamook—He works.
Nsaika 'mamook—We work.
Msa'ika mamook—You work.
Klaska mamook—They work.
PAST.
Ankatc na'ika mamook—-I did work,
I made.
Ankate mcvika mamook—Thou didst
work.
Ankate iaka mamook—He did work.
Ankate nsaika mamook — We did
work.
Ankate mscvika mamook—You did
work.
Ankate klaska mamook—They did
work.
FUTURE.
Alke ncvika mamook—I shall work.
Alke mcvika rpiamook — Thou wilt
work.
Alke iaka mamook—He will work.
Alke nsaika mamook — We shall
work.
Alke msatka mamook — You will
work. -      ,
Alke klaska mamook — They will
work.
Other Verb—wawa.
present.
Na'ika wavca—I speak, etc.
Maika waiua, Nsatfca waiua,
Iaka wawa. Msatka wawa,
Klaska wawa.
~TPast.—AnJcate ncvilcaxuaxua, etc.
Future—Alke niaka wawa, etc.
And so on, in the same manner, for
all verbs.
Poos na'ika mamook, etc.—If I work.
Natka kopet mamook—I have done
working.
Remarks.
1. The word tloos is used as an imperative form : tloos na'ika klatwa—
let me go; tloos maika chako—pray
come; tloos iaka mitla'it — let him
stay, etc.
2. Sahalc elehe — the above land,
heaven; cold elc?ie--winter, when the
earth is cold; tanas tuarm elche—
spring, when the earth begins to get
warm : warniclehc, the summer, when
the earth is warm ; tanas cold elehe—
autumn, when the earth begins to
cool. Na'ika, elehe means my garden
or my country, as the case may be, or
also my place, when in a room or in a
specified place. Ex.—Stay in your
place—tloos mcvika mitlait kopa maika
elche.
3. Kopct. Hep.—Hep means the first,
ahead of.   Kopa Hep—at first.
4. Kopet means, in first instance,
done, finished. Naika kopet mamook
—I have finished my.;work; Na'ika
kopet makmak—I have done eating.
As it is here it means, only, nothing
else but; kopet chok pi poolakle—only
water, etc.
5. Chako is a wonderful word in
Chinook. It helps to give a hundred
different meanings to other words.
Chako alone means come ; iaka chako
.s-im—day comes; iaka chako warm—
it gets warm; chako tanas or chako
man or chako kopa elehe—to be born ;
chako tanas aias, chako aias, chako
dret aias—to grow a little, or to grow
big, or to grow very big; chako elo—
to Aranish, to disappear; chako tloos—
to become good; chako kaltash—to
turn bad, etc., etc.
6. Iht sun—one day, the first day.
7. Iht iht, or iht, pi iht, pi iht, means
a few.
8. Memloos means dead. There is
no word in Chinook to signify
"death." When speaking of "death,"
the seiitence must always be turned
in such a way as to bring in the participle "dead." At the hour of death
—"When will come the day to be
dead." 	
As soon as possible, a new edition
r\-r    .f" i". £1    /"» ."k "k-k r\ /*i •.-. r-. s^ g-\     £,]r\-%Tr\r\r\\T-    ^T/krtA V.kilnk,.T
will be issued in the "Kamloops
Wawa," and a study made of the
words, explaining the origin of each
word.
Some of the words have a curious
origin. For an instance, the word
mash— to throw away — is nothing
else than the French word inarche,
Tci-t-cn—" go your way "--very extensively used for dismissing people in
the old Hudson's Bay times.
The word pchlten—insane, crazy-
comes from "Filion," the name of an
employee of the Hudson's Bay, who
became insane. Between the French
and English pronunciation of that
name, the Indians made it pilio,
pilian, and at last pehlten, and
adopted the name to mean insane in
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Regle generale : Ecrire les Sons et non pas les Lettres.
Regle des consonnes : Seules Let R s'ecrivent en remontant.
Regle des voyelles : Les tonrne.r de rnaniere a eviter les angles.
Hota. — Lei points et accauts Routes a curtains signes s'ometteot babituellenKirt.
EXPLICATION DE L'ALPHABET DUPLOYEN
VOYELLES
A   o   Petit oerole.
0 Q  Grand cercle.
0 U (£) Grand cercle boucle.
fll/*"*1-4   de   ffrand   cerole
£k.
cercle
I
r
on a
IN*
uNv
avec"~point
1|4    de   grand
■ans point.
Petit   1[ 2  cercle  sans
point.
Petit  112   cercle  arec
point au-dessous.
Petit   112   cercle aveo
point an-dessus.
1| 4 de petit cercle avec
accent aigu au-deasua.
114    de    petit    cercle
avec accent aigu au-
dessous.
1|4    de    petit    cercle
avec accent grave au-
dessiiB.
1|4     de    petit    cercle
avec accent grave au-
deRHOUB.
CONSONNES
PE   I    Petite* Terticale.
| E  —  Petite horizontale,
Fen
Le
Petite obliqne, de gauche a droite.
Petite      oblique,      de
_droit9_&_gauche. ._._^
Petite oblique ascen-
dante.
J Grand   !| 2    cercle    en
E d*\   forrne ,iH voute.
Grand 1|2 cercle en
forme de bassin.
Grand 1| 2 cerole en
forme de C retourne.
Grand 1|2 cercle en
forme de C.
QE  I   Grande vertical©.
QE  Grande horizontal*.
Ifp v    Graude     oblique..,   do
■     \     gauche a drsite.
RIlF  /Grande     oblique,     de
""     /_dro ice _a_ gamine	
Graude oblique ascea*
dante.
pijp       Gnind 1|2 cerole poin-
Unt/T\ t$en fonnode route.
Re/
Mir.
i
•jc        Grand 1|2 cercle poin-
L*-^*y   te, en fonnodebiwrtin.
Grand 1|2 cerole poin-
GNE *)   te, en forme   le 0 retourne.
ILL     S'ecrit    coiume     plu-
•ieurs i ~~..
Se^>
Ne )
MeC
X  S'ecrit comme KS ou GZ
Signes euphoniques ZwT* N )R y K v
Les voyelles se trnceut dans le sens qui permot de les uuir
SANS ANGLE aux consonneB. Lei coiiBntu.es setracenttou«
jours dans lc Bens tndique. Les deux consontiesL et B. SO
tracent seules de toas en haut, en remontant.
pb   td  fv kg lr   m
I | v\   / /   '/   C
12       3      4 5     6
n <?n
7
j ch
s
<y
9
z   o u on en a  e e 1 an on iu un
f) Aaw^o<>0^^u^ ^   -i  * v
0  o
© r.    J w  * c   r     4    \    v   1
•eparnrlon «'«» chitfres .droits repe&ee. J
■■.&
■'"'I
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Si  "■
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