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|Kamloops Wawa, Issue 125|
Three columns on front cover in English, Chinook shorthand and French, all (apparently) discussing Chinook shorthand; The Duployan Phonography; December 25, 1994 summarizes missionary visits to the district by Mgr. Termoz of Grenoble and Rev. St. Onge of New York; Our Monthly Budget; Sugar Cane Tintin; An Apology; Monsignor Termoz; Rev. L.N. St. Onge; Douglas Lake; Coldwater; Dead; Bishop Durieu's New Testament from Christ's Chasing the Vendors from the Temple to The Patience of the Job; Okanagan Prayers; Our Chinook Indian Catechism; Prayers in Thomson; I. Purely Chinook Words (150 words translated into English); Indian Calendar for 1895; advertisement for Stenographie Duploye
Historical note:Photoengravings of Mgr. Termoz and Rev. L. N. St. Onge (p. 18); the Chapel at Douglas Lake (p. 19); Indian group at Douglas Lake (p. 24).