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50 p.m.the prisoners are examined for the detection of forbidden articles, and at 7.55 they are marched off to bed.the workday is thus about twelve hours in summer.but while, as a rule, the hours are the same for all, work is not altogether measured by time, but according to the capacity of the individual inmate, and where the tasks imposed are unfulfilled at the close of the day, owing to evident sloth or insubordination, some sort of punishment follows.the dietary on ordinary workdays is as follows: morning.coffee with milk and bread.noon.peas, beans, or lentils with potatoes; vegetable soup with potatoes; cabbage or turnips, with potatoes (the portion of potatoes allowed is 750 grammes for men and 660 grammes for women); or fresh fish and potatoes.evening.soup, made with rye or wheaten flour, bread, oats, buckwheat, rice or potatoes.(of bread 550 grammes are allowed to each man and 400 grammes to each woman daily).at easter, whitsuntide, christmas, and on the emperors birthday, beef or pork, with beer, is given.twice a week 100 grammes of meat may be served to men, and 80 grammes to women, instead of the fat which enters into the noon meal.once a week cheese (100 grammes) is served to men and women, and once also a salted herring.the whole of the prisoners are kept to work of a kind suited to their strength, capacity and sex, their employment being determined by the director and the resident doctor together.the principal methods of employment are the following: (1) farm work on the provincial estate at eichelborn, for which purpose men are farmed out as required.(2) building and earth works in connection with provincial institutions and undertakings.(3) a series of industries carried on within the walls of the house.(4) works on the buildings, both within and without.(5) domestic and culinary work such as baking, washing, cleaning, sewing, etc.the baking alone is a very serious task, for a thousand mouths have to be fed every day, since the two large ovens provide, not only for the labour house itself, but for two other large public institutions situated not far away.in the weaving shop there are fourteen handlooms for linen, the yarn for which is bought.the work done by the carpenters is various and thoroughly creditable.furniture in request for provincial institutions is chiefly made, such as tables, benches, chests, chairs, toilette tables, and the like, and some of the work i saw would compare with the best products of free labour.we have just sent out an account for £2,000 worth of goods, said the labour master with pride.the business of cigar making is not, like the other departments, carried on by the labour house on its own account.the plan adopted is for labour to be farmed to tobacco manufacturers, who send the raw material with a skilled overseer to direct the various processes of preparation.the administration undertakes no responsibility for the quality of the work done, or for the material spoiled, though, on the other hand, the wages charged to the manufacturer are very low, _viz._, 75 pfennige or 9d.per day.the various employments detailed in a recent official report included locksmithry, joinery and carpentry, basket and chair making, tinning, masons work, roofing, painting and plastering, weaving and spooling, tailoring, boot and shoe making, saddlery, hair sorting, bookbinding, cigar making, machine turning, repairs to tools and implements, copying, manifolding, baking, butchery, knitting, sewing, laundry work, farm and field work, and road making.the weaving department produced 45,547 metres of stuff, the tailoring department produced 158 complete suits and 2,890 single garments, the sewing department 5,099 bed coverlets, towels, shirts, aprons, handkerchiefs, neckerchiefs, etc.; the shoe making department 748 pairs of shoes, the carpentry department 1,319 articles of furniture, and so forth.the total value of the goods produced and of the labour farmed during the year was £6,164, which more than covered the cost of food and clothing.formerly the labour house had its own farm, but this was separated some years ago, and it has since been conducted as an independent undertaking, though still by the aid of forced labour.men are lent to the farm manager as required, at the rate of 60 pfennige or 7d.a day of ten or twelve hours, according to the season, and some forty or fifty are always employed in one way or other on the land.the labour house buys its rye for bread, its milk, its butter, and its potatoes from the farm management at the full market prices, though, on the other hand, it sells to the farm all the implements of iron and wood which it is capable of supplying, and also makes its repairs.in the year 19078 of an average _personnel_ of 330, there were employed in domestic and other work for the institution 152 persons, while 142 were employed on work for the provincial administration, 50 were employed by outside persons in farm, industrial, and other work, and 10 worked for officers of the labour house.the entire cost in that financial year was £24 18s.9d.per head, this sum including food, clothing, materials, and administration, and of the total expenditure the prisoners earned by their labour £7 13s.10d.per head, leaving a deficit of £17 4s.11d.per head, equal to 6s.71/2d.per week, to be made up by the province

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