An ample supply of powder was also secured by offering a bonus of ten per cent, to all that imported it from abroad.
Brantôme had under his eyes: "Servis foetorem non ferentibus, hostis mortui odor bonus est inquit.
The ore on the dump was in the nature of a grub-stake, a bonusfor undertaking the game; and when it was all shipped the profits would drop to nothing unless he could bring up more ore.
They were honest, simple miners, easily swayed by a woman's distress, but equally susceptible to the lure of gold; and now with a bonus after the minimum of work they were tearing out the ore like Titans.
As soon as we made some catches, I said, we would pay him his money, plus a bonus for his trouble.
Haven't I repaid you, with perhaps a bonusof a sandwich for supper?
It was an integral part of a solemn covenant that the bonus should not be diverted to any object other than the abolition of dual ownership and the remedy of "congestion.
The bonus is destroyed and litigation is substituted for security and speed.
Si finis bonus est, totum bonum erit (If the end be well, all will be well).
But the theory of the “bonus bill” was radically different.
In cases of assurance for a limited number of years, the advantage offered by this Company is still greater, no part of the profits of a bonus office being ever allotted to such assurances.
Assurances at other ages are effected on equally favourable terms, and thus the assured has an immediate bonus instead of a chance dependent upon longevity and the profits of an office.
The superiority of the system of Assurance adopted by this Company, will be found in the fact that the premium required by a bonus office to assure 1,000l.
The maxim, Bonus textuarius est bonus theologus, marks a grand ministerial qualification--'mighty in the Scriptures.
Not only should these men be paid high salaries, but I would recommend that they should be paid a commission or bonus on the increase of British Trade in the places they had to look after.
This line also Postquam lumina sis oculis bonus Ancu' reliquit is familiar from its reappearance in one of the most impressive passages of Lucretius.
Nearly all the roads were aided by provincial or municipal bonus or guarantee.
Agents were appointed in each likely State, with sub-agents who were paid a bonus on every actual settler.
Showing how the Owner of the Tankadere nearly lost the Bonus of Two Hundred Pounds.
I will give you a hundred pounds a day and a bonus of two hundred pounds, if you arrive in time.
The pilot swore a formidable oath as he perceived the bonus of two hundred pounds slipping away from him.
For a bonus of two hundred, and a monthly charter of three, I have her for my own time; wages and provisions, say four hundred more: a drop in the bucket.
Jim; and when the figure was named (it was generally two or three dollars), paid upon the nail and offered a bonus in the shape of Thirteen Star.
If they think he's worth it, they give a man a good salary and a bonus besides.
The bonus goes to the player, not to the club owner.
Provision was also made for bonus payments in the event of over-fulfillment of production plans.
As I wanted permanent, steady help, I proposed to offer a fair bonus to secure it.
Finding that Nemorino needs money, he urges him to enlist, and for the sake of the bonus of twenty crowns he consents.
Plunkett and Lionel meet Martha and Nancy, and are so delighted with their looks that they tender the customary bonus which secures them.
Ben Vickers paid a bonus to everybody who worked for him when progress exceeded the necessary daily footage.
Ben Vickers coaxed most of them away by offering them a bonus to work for him.
In acknowledgement of his peerless editorial acumen that could discern true genius at a glance, the directors of the magazine doubled his salary and gave him a bonus to keep him from being coaxed away by the "Saturday Evening Pictorial.
This German leaflet from the Italian front attempts to remind American troops of the bonus troubles of 1932--a year in which most of the American soldiers were still in school.
Hence it may be inferred, either that the hires charged are sufficient to remunerate the merchant for his outlay and risk, or that the profits made from the fish and goods sold are so large as to allow of this bonus being given.
Would it not virtually be wages, with a bonus on the amount of the produce besides?
The bonus is usually a stated per cent of sales or of net profits.
The bonus account is, in the meantime, carried on the books as an asset, and belongs in the class known as fictitious assets.
It would be manifestly unfair to charge the discount or bonus against profits for the current year, and it is customary to spread it over a period of several years, charging off a certain per cent each year.
If any such items are standing on the books it can be used to off-set bonus account or organization expenses.