|Kamloops Wawa, Issue 124|
|Description:||Editor discusses early years of Kamloops Wawa, its successes, and thanks the Pope and other Church members. Discusses Wawa's use among the Shushwap Indians. Our Monthly Budget; 5000 Chinook words equal 7500 English words in one page; St. Agnes, Virgin and Martyr; Here and There; Letters from Belgium; Acts of Pope Leo XIII; Happy New Year; Notre Colonne Francaise; Duployan Phonography English Method; Group of Shushwap Indians; Bishop Durieu's New Testament from The Presentation to Marriage at Cana (pages 8-9); Chant and Music for Christmas Time; Shushwap Indian Temperance Society and Promise; Our Chinook Indian Catechism; Our Indian Catechism; How Lycooso Learned to Love Christ; Indian Calendar for 1895.
Historical note:Photoengravings of Bishop Paul Durieu, O.M.I., Bishop of New Westminster, BC (p.3); and of several men and women, possibly Shushwap, several of whom are named (p. 7).