agricultural labourer


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Women make up about 33% of cultivators and about 47% percent of agricultural labourers.
Peasant as agricultural labourer or country dweller
Whereas, on an average, a permanent man, woman and child agricultural labourer in the entire sampled villages got work for 355.
At a time when states began to intervene actively in society to protect the interests of their more vulnerable citizens, the thesis reveals how the Irish state viewed the needs of the agricultural labourer to be at odds with those of the landholders in whom Ireland's greatest natural resource had been vested.
It also reproduces extracts from the Royal Commission on Labour and Wilson Fox's report on the wages and earnings of agricultural labourers.
It was not the life of a prosperous tenant farmer but it was still a good job that was far better than that of an agricultural labourer.
He said: "Clare was an agricultural labourer whose poems describe the community, landscape and birds of Northamptonshire so vividly they are fresh and real almost 200 years later.
Mr Szpyt previously worked as an agricultural labourer in Somerset before coming to Rugby in the summer.
Young worked as a freelance agricultural labourer at farms in the Cheshire area.
Neighbours described the victim as a quiet girl who lived with her mother while working as a lowly paid agricultural labourer.
The life of the agricultural labourer in Victorian times was recounted by Richard Heath who witnessed at first hand the social conditions of the 'ag labs'.
Their father, a 38-year-old agricultural labourer, was confirmed dead at the scene.
Hooda announced the ' Mukhyamantri Kisan evam Khetihar Majdoor Jeevan Suraksha Yojna' under which financial aid of ` 5 lakh would be given to the family of a farmer or an agricultural labourer in case of death at work.
The result is a story, familiar tomany Welsh families, of relocation from rural poverty to the industrial valleys, and from the unrelenting poverty of the agricultural labourer to the grim realities but fatter wages of the iron and coal industries.
Born in the family of an agricultural labourer in Bihar's Madhepura district, 18- month- old Aditya is suffering from Cushing's Syndrome.
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