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    THE Science Museum, South Kensington, was re opened to the public on Tuesday, January 1. The museum has been closed to the public for nearly two years; it has, however, been open without interruption for students. As compared with 1914 conditions, the extent and the hours of opening for 1918 are somewhat reduced, but the greater part of the museum will be open free on every weekday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Sundays from 2.30 p.m. to 5 p.m. The collec tions contain many unique objects of great interest as representing discoveries, inventions, and appliances that have been of first-rate importance in the advancement of science and of industry. Such objects as Watt's engines, early locomotives, steamships, flying machines, reaping machines, and textile machinery are records of British contributions to the progress of the world; and it is gratifying that these can again be made available for inspection by visitors to London from all parts of the United Kingdom and from distant parts of the Empire.

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