TO LABOURERS COMING TO
MANATI SUGAR MILL
LABOURERS COMING TO "MANATI" SUGAR MILL ARE FREE TO GO
TO WHATEVER PLACE THEY MAY DESIRE IF THEY ARE
NOT SATISFIED THERE.
AS SOON AS A LABOURER ARRIVES AT "MANATI" AND BEGINS
TO WORK HE SHOULD ASK FOR A CARD WHICH IS GIVEN
TO EVERYONE AND WHICH ENTITLES HIM TO THE
He wil be given money enough to pay his fare back to the place from
which he originally came.
In order to obtain this privilege it must be stated plainly on said card
that the labourer worked a whole crop at the Manati Sugar Mill, to which effect
he must have this card signed either by the manager of the mill or the owner of
the Colonia where he worked.
It should be known by all Jamaican labourers that the Manati mill pays be-
tter wages than any other mill on the island of Cuba.
The Price for cutting cane is as high if not higher than at any other mill.
You will not lose anything by coming to. work to the Manati mill and see by
yourself that the above statements are true.