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Vol. IV. No. 2.     KAMLOOPS WAWA.    February, 1895.
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The shortest" way to learn,
tUe Shorthand is through/
the Chinook, and tUe short1
est Way to learn/ tVie t^hmook
is throuojh the 5 north aiid.
Ovl the cover oj- i"kis paper
you. hocve, all thai i's necessary for I taming this Sys-
tem.of Shorthand.
y-Tctkt the Alphabet at the.
fop of next pcxae., and.go
oa/ ro cLficibher every vVord
that comes alona. you.
will hocrdly have deciphered  all the matter on this
covtr, Wntn you. will be
Surprised to jind yourself
familiar with a.(I the   secrets of this shorthand.
This paper i's novo produced by Photo Enaravfrta.Ok.
process ivh~iclvallow^s space.
for nearly five times as
much reacU'wa asbefore.
One pacre. of this contains
as much as five, pa.qe.% of
the former- numbers.   By
compavma the spcxa. occupied by ZYmUsh text ih/uH
type tand. the same. iV.Pho-
fii>ara|>hy,'as in next paq«.
it wdl be see^u thatompaa*.
iVi shorthand is eawal to
to* 10 poLq-cs ordinary type.
This paperisswed/wc*^-
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Tost Stamps accented. English , CanaoUoun or U.S. •
*>„•>-»j i.> THE   DUPLOYAN   PHONOGRAPHY
Duployan Phonetic /4lptaiM.
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"Rules. /• Write sounds o^/y.
1 J. Avoid dnyles.
III. Write I andr upwards.
Remark. The whole shorthand is there :
you need only work it out.
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This system of Shorthand wasjrirst
published in Trance by the PtuployeBVo-
th«rs , in 1*67. _ It wols first lau&aht to
the Indians of British Columbia. , a.t
Coldwa.ter> IVie. fall of iW-
A novel idea., some wYLI Say,, to .
teach the Indians to read shorthand.
Would it not be. better to teaxh them
common writing^. — Somebody remarked in i^l: They are. not ctbteto
learn, the old hcxnd writing, how
car* they learn  shorthand .—Because
this shorthand is one. hundred,,nay*
on*, thousand, times Simpler than
the old Writing. Any one. can leari-v
it in a-few/ hoars, and become,  expert in it in a feiv days'.
Thousands o\ Indians alt over *
this country are now otble to reoiA
and Write   this shorthand .M'ost 'of-
them learned it in two or three.days.
' They are rhexnk fwl to God for the.
ble.sSiViq[ of beinar otble to reaA   the,
sV.ortha.rid. — "We receive. Y\oW,tkey
5cxy, more instruction/ in one Week
than.Vl/e coutd leartv before iVv. Several
months, when. We. had no othei" Way
o\ learning than- by end. repehhons.,,
Many of them can now beg.w     to
learn, the palish Iotnaatx^<. ,for
the vVn'ting of which this shorthand
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Why. not adopt this syitcm  of
shorthand for use in/ the English
SchooU. a$ it is used eocte^srVely >
to areat advar^taj^., throuahovut"
France, and Lower Canada..
Children, can learn, to read this rho-
noctr cvphy in XvJo We^ks, with a fifteen/
minute lesson, every day.-Then,   instead o\ ott'ctatioA, txera'ses rr.«y   l>e
Written m shorthand,on the blackboard
or otherwise, to be transcribeol into ordinary writing. Used m that Way, thiJ Vho-
noar«xphy Would become, ol powerful means
o^ teaching orthoartx^ny. besides that,
pupils trained in thest Way, would
cow* out o\ School perfect Srenoorcxpners.
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Vol. IV. No. 2.
KAMLOOPS WAWA.
February, 1895..
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December 25th, 1894.
In order to appear in time, this
paper has to be prepared and autographed 30 to 40 days ahead.
Ashcroft is a small town along- the
Canadian Pacific Railway, 200 miles
east of Vancouver. It is the starting-
point of the Cariboo district, Avhere
considerable mining is clone, and it
is exciting increased interest this
season.
Bonaparte is a small river, which
runs southward into the Thomson
near Ashcroft. Ten miles up that
stream is situated the village of the
Bonaparte Indians, who had all come
together, numbering 120, including
children, for the missionary visit, 22-
29 November.
Clinton is 22 miles still further
north, a settlement of 200 white people,
along the Cariboo wagon-road. One
half" mile west of the town is the
Clinton or Pelh-tekrt Indian village,
of about 30 souls. Some 30 more came
up from High-'Bar,, on the Eraser, 25
miles west, and spent five or six clays
with the missionary. This little band,
the last to come to the knowledge of
the Chinook writing, has taken great-
interest in it, and made much progress, evidence of which is given by
the fact that 30 of them are now subscribers to the "Kamloops Wawa."
'"" Douglas Lake is situated 50■miles
south-east of Kamloops, at 3,200 feet
above sea level. 150 Indians live in
the neighborhood, and most of them
assembled for the eighth of December,
on vvhich fen,sl-,,the-B._Sacrament_Avas^
exposed all day, and adorators succeeded each other for the purpose of
obtaining the blessings of Heaven on
the missions, and an increase of missionaries.
The views of this paper show : one
the Chapel at Douglas Lake; the
other, the group of the Indians in
front of the Chief's house.
Monsignor Termoz, canon honorary of Grenoble, whose picture appears in another column, passed
through Kamloops last November, on
his way back from an extensive tour
through Arabia, Ceylon, China and
Japan. His Reverence celebrated
high mass on November 1st, and gave
Holy Communion to 150 Indians.    He
examined their progress in the Chinook writing, and he was very much
pleased with what he saw and heard:
at Kamloops.
Another figure is that of Rev. L. N.
St. Onge, of Troy, N. Y., who was
formerly missionary among the Indians of Oregon. Some 25 years ago he
edited a Vocabulary of the Chinook
Jargon, now exceedingly rare. II e
was one of the first to take interest in
the Chinook Shorthand, which he was
pleased to understand after two or
three hours' study. It was in the
Spring of 1892. He soon entered into'
a lively correspondence with the Indians of British Columbia.
See our Chinook and English Catechism, pages 12 and 13. Who does not
see with conclusive proof how quickly
the natives learn to speak, read and
write English by studying the lessons
in these pages, which afford exercises
for the study of Phonography for
English exclusively, without regard
to Chinook.
Several of our subscribers for Chinook reading complain that too many
pages of the last numbers were filled
with English and foreign matter. We
hope they will be satisfied with this
issue, in which appears a.
amount of Chinook reading.
grca-ter
Just as this mini ber was read y fo r
publication, a very curious little paper-
came to Kamloops, all written in Chinook, and profusely illustrated, hear-
^hg'th^^^ —^
It will be reproduced as completely
as possible in the next issue of this
paper.
Many thanks to Miss Maibclle Justice and to the Editor of the "Chicago
Herald" for two articles of information concerning the "Kamloops
Wawa."
The articles appeared in the "Chicago Sunday Herald," of the 25th November and 2nd December, 189-1.
No.    121   of   "Kamloops   Wawa"
gives the Elements of Shorthand as.
used for English ; No. 122 the Ghinool
Method and Vocabulary
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CHINOOK -INDIAN, CATECHISM
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27
i.
22. Whence did the Son of God
take his body?
The Son of God took his body
from the Womb of the Virgin Mary,
by   the   operation    of   the    Holy
Ghost.
23. Did the  Son of God,  become
man, cease to be God?
No: the Son of God is now God
and man.
24. Why did the Son of God become
man?
The Son of God became man to
save us from evil and to give us life
everlasting.
25. What is the name of the Son of
God made man ?
Jesus Christ is the name of the
Son of God made man.
26. Who is Jesus Christ?
Jesus Christ is the Son of God
made man.
27. How did Jesus Christ redeem
■us?
Jesus Christ redeemed us by dying
on the Cross.   r;
28. Did Jesus   Christ  rise   again
—iromHhe^dead-?-
31. What will Our Lord J. C. then do?
He will take the good to Heaven ;
He will cast the wicked into everlasting fire. ;
32. Who will teach men the doctrine
of J. C. and show to them the way to-
.Heaven ?
Those whom Jesus Christ elected to
establish and maintain His Church.
33. What is the Church?
The Church is the society of all
who believe and obey those whom
Jesus Christ has elected to teach His
doctrine, and show to men tlie way
to Heaven.
.   34.     Who   are   those   luhpm  :Jesus
Christ has elected to preside over His
Church? , "•- ■■'
They are the Pope,  the Bishops
and the Priests.
35. .Did Jesus Christ establish seo-
eral Churches?
No: Jesus Christ established only
one Church, out of which there is
no Salvation.
36. Which is the true   Church  of
Christ?
The Catholic, ^Apostolic and Ro-
Yes: the third day Jesus Christ
came to life again.
29. Did Jesus Christ remain long
here on earth, after his Resurrection?.
No: He remained here on earth
only forty days, and then went into.
Heaven.
30. Will Jesus Christ come on earth
again?
Yes: Jesus Christ will come on
earth again, on the last day, to judge
the living and the dead.
man Church.
37. Who is the head of the Church
of Christ?
Jesus Christ is the head that we
do not see, and the Pope is the head
that we see;
38. Is the Church always rirjht in.
what she teaches us?
Yes: the Church is always right
in what she teaches us, because the
Holy Ghost directs her, that she may
not err. '■(*■'
28
PRAYERS   IN   THOMPSON
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