|Kamloops Wawa, Issue 128|
|Description:||Description in English of contents and particulars of drawings inside. A brief history of missionaries who serve in the Kamloops area. Editorial notes. What is Chinook Anyhow?: in English, the editor reminds his readers that Chinook is a jargon and gives a brief ethnography of "British Columbia Indians." Discusses the extent of the use of Chinook. Description of prestigious institutions with subscriptions to the Kamloops Wawa including the Smithsonian Institution, British Museum and Laval University. Plead for funds. Our Exchanges. List, Description, Editor lists and describes 25 other publications in English; Our Monthly Budget. Month of Mary; Death notices; Our Future Prayer Book; Our Indian Catechism; Bishop Durieu's Old Testament from Chapter 36 to 39; Bishop Durieu's New Testament from Chapter 28 to 29; Our Future Prayer Book; Indian Temperance Society; Regulations; Remarks; Promise (pages ends with blank pledge form for the Indian Temperance Society).
Historical note:Photoengravings of St. Louis Mission, Kamloops BC (p. 69) and The Sechelt Village (p. 70). Also includes sketch of the Shushwap Center Church and sketch and floor plan of the Hallowt Church (descriptions in Chinook shorthand).