|Kamloops Wawa, Issue 133|
|Description:||Shorthand's use to "civilize our Indians"; What Is Said of the Wawa Shorthand: testimonials on ease of learning; usefulness in teaching Salish Indians literacy; general use of shorthand around the world; brief history and uses of the Wawa; a description of useful back issues. Note that the "Sugar Cane Tintin" is a manuscript from William's Lake Mission. Our Indian Catechism; Our Monthly Budget; R.P. Fabre; Industrial School at Kamloops; Abbreviations; Bishop Durieu's Old Testament Chapters 67 to 75; Our Chinook Indian Catechism; The Litany of the Blessed Virgin; Chant for the Litany; Supplement to the "Sugar Cane Tintin" (includes sketched illustrations).
Historical note:Photoengravings: Oblate priest, no given name (p. 149).