TO LABOURERS COMING TO
CUBA BY THE S/S "MANATI"
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the stearrer "LiLan ti" are free to go to
"w=0ork to T-lhate-7 place tey ray
If the labourers are willing to go to the Manati Sugar Mill
to work they should ask while on board the said steamer "Ma-
nati" for a card which will grant them the following privileges:
FIRST:-They will be entitled to a free return passage on board
the "l.inti" steamer to the port from which they sailed.
SECOND:-Once returned they will be given back the money which
they paid for coming to Cuba on board the said "Manati"
IN ORDER TO OBTAIN THESE PRIVILEGES,
they must deliver the card mentioned above in which card it must
be plainly stated and certified that they worked a whole crop on the "MA-
NATI' Sugar Mill or its Colonias, to which effect care must be taken by
each labourer to have the Manager of the Mill or the owner of the Colonias
sign this card.-
IT SHOULD BE KNOWN BY ALL JAMAICAN
LABOURERS coming to Cuba that the MANATI mill pays be-
tter wages than any other mill on the Island.
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 Ma-
nati Mill and see by yourself that the above statements are true but
should you not be satisfied you can go to whatever place you may