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Array Vol. IV. No. 3.        KAMLOOPS WAWA.
March, 1895.
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The views of this issue show : the
one, the little chapel^ at North Bend;
the   other,   the
Brass Band.
Ch.Uliwhack   Indian
This number, besides the Monthly
Budget on next page —which is equal
near.y to a whole number of twelve
months ag^o-—contains two pages of
Oid Testament, two pages of New Tes-
tame.iit by Bishop Durieu, and two
pages of a very interesting paper,
"The Sugar Cane Bell," of which a
detailed description is given on page
4-0. Those six pages are equal to 32
pages of the issues of 12 months ago.
Chinook and English Catechism is
unavoidably left out of this issue.
,
Send ten cents for No. 124 of this
paper, . where full instructions are
given in English for learning the
system of shorthand used.
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Send ten cents in postage or coin
for No. 122 of this paper, where Chinook and English Vocabulary is found
complete in one page. In the same
number you will find a Chinook and
French Vocabulary complete in one
page; and in another page''sufficient,
instructions in French to learn the
Chinook jargon. '-.-;..'
About 350 Indians of the Shushwap
tri be spent the interval between
Christmas and New .Year."at- Kamloops. The time was'spent according
to the following rule: At 6 a.m.,
'rising ; from 7 to 8, morning prayers,
Holy Mass and instruction ; from 8 to
10.30, breakfast and household work :
from 10.30 to 1.30 p.m., meeting in the
~ChttfetjMsm^iouses^:^0=-to=5f=^leisiir=e=
hour for dinner and out-rloor work;
from 5 to 0.30, Rosary, night prayers,
Benediction and sermon; 0.30 to 8,
supper time, etc.; 8 to 10.30, second
meeting in the Catechism house;
11, bed time. The time at the meetings in the Catechism house is spent:
Istly, In a revision or repetition of the
instruction; 2ndly, Reading, trans-
lating and explaining a..chapter of the
Old or New Testament published in
the " Kamloops Wawa:" 3rrlly, Studying, in groups of two. three or four,
another chapter or two from the
"Kamloops Wawa;" 4thly, Explaining a, few questions of Catechism ;
5thly, Practising some piece of chant,
or music; 6th ly. Writing, or copying
some portions of the materials revised
during the meeting, etc.
How quickly this shorthand is
learned by the Indians, is evidenced
from the fact that, at Yale, it was
sufficient for the missionary to write,
in large characters, on a sheet of
manilla paper, a few lines of Chinook.
As many as cared for the study circled
around, and, with, the help of a couple
of bright fellows, went on repeating
the lesson over and over again until
it was perfectly well understood by
every one. Then a new lesson was
written, and before night a third one.
In less than two days the little band
was able to study by itself out of the
"Kamloops Wawa" papers.
Most of the Indians learn first, to
read the words, then, after a few days'
practice, they become able to distinguish the syllables, and, last of all, the
letters. But there are in every camp
a few Indians who can read by spelling from the beginning, and they soon
teach the others the proper way of
reading and writing.
Michel, from Soda Greek, who
learned the Chinook writing a year
ago by himself, has devoted much
care to help his people. There are
already 20 subscribers to the "Kamloops Wawa" at Soda Greek. Soda
Greek is on the Cariboo road, about
175 miles north of Ashcroft station.
W "■
Indian William, at Canoe Creek,
is trying hard to bring all his country
people to the knowledge of the Chinook writing. . Early in January he
sent 10 names from Canoe Creek as
subscribers to the " Kamloops Wawa."
Canoe Greek is 1)0 miles north of Ash-
=crof t —— : : _:  '...'.        	
At Kenim Lake, about 120 miles
from Ashcroft, Emi.le Toimaskret and
his people take great deli eh t in the
reading of the "Kamloops Wawa."
John .Jackson and Peter Kwa.l, at
Lillooet, "Morice Saxy, at Pavilion,
and Fra.ncis Joseph, at the Fountain,
"are' very anxious that all the people
around them shall become acquainted
with the Chinook paper this winter.
They are having their schools every
evening, and, no doubt, their efforts
will be crowned with success.
'Wo expect to soon receive similar
reports from Alcali Lake and William's Lake.
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THE   SUGAR   CANE   BELL
THE   SUGAR   CANE   BELL.
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Towards Christmas Eve, Chief Louis
at Kamloops received a curious paper
from William's Lake, vvhich excited
much interest and hilarity at Kamloops. The paper was got up in newspaper style. It is reproduced in miniature form on pages 36 and37. The title
is "Sugar Cane's Tintin," which is
the same as the "Sugar Cane Bell."
It opens with a dialogue between
"Sugar Cane's Bell" and "Kamloops Wawa."
S. C. Tintin—Good morning,"Kamloops Wawa."   How do you do,'?;
K. Wawa — Who are you, young
man?
S. C. Tintin—I am your brother.
Waiua—My brother! I did not know
that 1 had a brother.
Tintin—Possibly so. I am not-very
old. I am newly born. But who is
your father and who is your mother?
Wawa—I have no father and no
mother. I came by chance into the
world.
Tintin—So with me : I have no father
and no mother, and I came per chance
into the world. So, you see, we are
brothers.
Waiua—And what is your name?
Where are you from ?
Tintin—They call me "Sugar Cane
Tintin." I come from a place called
William's Lake.
Wawa—And for what purpose do
you come to Kamloops?
—Tintm^yL^Gixmu^to^ see—you?—=M=y=
Such is my
think of it?
purpose.   What-do you
people told me I had a brother named
" Kamloops Wawa." They told me so
much about my brother that I wanted
to come and see you. I want to learn
from you how to speak and teach the
people. Tell them: 1st, About the
news of the country—who is sick and
who is dead, what strange things
happen, and Avhere the people try
hard to improve themselves.
2nd. What takes place away in the
world—where they fight, where something remarkable happens, where
something wonderful is discovered.
3rd. What took place in the old
time.
4th. How to follow the right teachings of God and Christ.
Wawa—Look out, young man. I
am afraid you have become proud of
yourself. You are still very young;
people would laugh at you. You will
be sorry ; you will become ashamed.
Tintin—Not so, my brother. I am
not proud; I only want to help my
people to improve themselves. Yrou
say they may laugh at me. May be
not. If you tell them, Take care of
"Sugar Cane Tintin ;" he is my brother, they will do as you say, they
will honor; me. AVTierever I go, if I
tell them I am " Kamloops Wawa's "
brother, they will welcome me—they
will listen to me.
If you like, I will relate to you how
they treated me on the way. * By that
you will see how powerful is your
name.
Wawa—Speak.   I listen.
Tintin—I first went to the Mission.
There was an old priest, smoking. He
has a long beard, but his head is as
bare as a pumpkin.    I went to him,
and said, " Good morning, my father,
the priest.   My name is 'Sugar Cane
Tintin,' ' Kamloops Wawa's' brother."
He welcomed me,  and had   all   the
Mission   people   make   acquaintance
with me.     He showed me into  the
house.   1 went into the school-room,
where I saw 20 Indian boys at school.
1 then went to the harness shop, where
I saw  very good   harness and  very
good saddles, which the Indian boys
had  made.   Afterwards I went into
^the^carpenter--shop.^wher.e^=T^sa^v\-^=
many   things   which   the   boys   had
made.   At a short distance there was
another large house, where a number
of Indian girls are at school.   I heard
there are 21, but I had no time to %so
and see their school.     Before I left
the Mission  the boys came  and bid
me farewell, and played on. their, instruments in my honor.
I started on'my way to Kamloops.
I was on foot, and the road was very
bad with snow. I soon grew tired.
.1 heard a sleigh coming behind me.
I looked to see; it was "the stage. I
stood on the roadside, and the stage
stopped. The conductor asked me,
"Where are you going, young fellow?" "To Kamloops." says I, "to
see my brother, 'Kamloops Wawa."'
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When he heard "Kamloops Wawa"
he took me up readily, and gave me a
free ride down to Ashcroft. X had the
same luck with the conductor of the
train from Ashcroft to Kamloops, and
thus I sec you now.
Waiua—How are. vour tillikoms at
William's Lake?
Tintin—Before starting on my way
to Kamloops, I wanted to go and see
all my people around William's Lake.
I went to five different places.
When I started there was no snow on
the ground, hut when I came back
there Avas plenty of it.
Sugar Cane —My country's first
name was not Sugar Cane. It was
the white folks which gave that name
to my country. The proper name is
Pelch jjc kshihshihshen;
There is a bell at Sugar Cane, and
my people are building up a tower for
it. They are building a new church
at Sugar Cane.
In the morning, when the bell rings,
a number of the people hasten to get
up, and go to church for the morning
prayers; but a feAv do not listen to
the bell, and stay in their beds,which
pains me very much.
I counted my people at Sugar Cane.
I found 45 men, 41 women and about
20 children. One man and one woman
are blind.
Soda Greek—There is a bell at Soda
Creek. It is quite small, but it rings
Arery loud. E\rerybody listens to that
bell, and they do not tarry to get up.
They are becoming very good; nine
women made their first Communion.
They haAre no belfry at Soda Creek,
but the church is '.very nice. It has
been painted all over this summer,
which is a great improArement.
Father Marchal   did   the work,  and
he  is  quite  a mechanic.    When  the
.-church is-finished-and painted it will
be A'ery nice.
I did not see eA'erybody at Alcali
Lak e. Th ey say . wh en they arc a 11
together they number upAvards of 200.
I found 15 blind people at Alcali Lake.
What could be the cause of that?
Last spring, a man from Alcali Lake
shot another man. Avho died after-
Avards. Now he is punished tor it.
He himself is in jail, and four of his
children are dead. He had five children, and only one is now left. Be
careful not to shoot at other people.
They are not, like deer, to shoot at.
Canoe Greek—At Canoe Creek I
' got'very sad. There is no bell there.
They use a -cow's horn instead of a
bell. It sounds like the bellowing of
a bull. It says, hoo ! hoo ! hoo ! When
I heard it I Avas ashamed, and left the
place.
Canoe Greek people"..want to build a
new church. They haA'e already all
the lumber on the place. They will
also buy a bell, and do away with that
horn.
Canoe Creek Reseiwe is Arery small.
I saw about 60 people there.
Kenim Lake—There is no bell at
Kenim Lake. They haAre a church
there, but it is very small and A'ery
high. Its roof is A'ery -high' too. and
' very" sharp, something like the edge
of an axe. Kenim Lake people are
good, but feAv—about 50. EArer since
last June they are sorroAving OArer a
little girl, 12 years old, who Avas
drowned, and Avhose body they have
neA^er been able to find.
They say they are going to do away
with their coav's horn and buy a bell ;
so I Avas Arery much pleased.	
There are not Arery many people at
Soda Creek. I counted about 60 altogether.   None blind.
While at Soda Creek I saAv a big
machine they call a threshing machine.
There are no small fish at Soda
Creek, but there are plenty of salmon,
plenty of berries, plenty of deer, plenty
of cattle, plenty of horses and hay.
Alcali Lake —There is a bell at
Alcali Lake. It is of pretty good size,
and sounds quite loud. The people
there 1oatc to hear the bell. When
it rings, eA'erybody hurries to go to
church.
Their church is not quite finished
yet.   It is quite decent inside.   Rev.
" Sugar Cane Tintin " wanted to go
and see the Chillcoten people, but
they did not receiA'e him there, neither do "they know about the "Kamloops Wawa."
Then follows a letter from Chief.
William, of Sugar Cane, and another
from all the Sugar Cane people, recommending the Kamloops people to
take great care of "Sugar Cane Tin-
tin."
The paper ends Avith the adA-ertise-
ments. Moyse Shakiah's boots have
grown too small; he wants to trade
them for a cap and a butcher's knife,
etc. m
4S
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