Of the men around me some were miners working for wages and some were shareholders, each probably with a large stake in the concern. I could not in the least tell which was which. They were all dressed alike ... The yellow, clay-stained fustian trousers which have never made and never will make acquaintance with the wash-tub, invest the lower extremities of every two men out of three ...
Miners working for wages were paid from Â£2 10s to Â£3 a week.
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