sunrise around 4:00am
10:00am: page 26, hockey
"Stephen would have gotten off the train at Landsdowne road station at approximately 10:32. He would then have walked down Landsdowne road, over the bridge at the Dodder, passed down Newbridge avenue, passing the house of mourning (the funeral carriage having not yet arrived), crossed Tritonville road and gone down Leahy's terrace to the strand, arriving there at 10:40. As it would have taken about ten minutes to get off the beach [east beyond the pumping station on Pigeonhouse road] and back to [just northwest of Watery lane on the route of the funeral procession] this situation leaves only twenty minutes for the action of "Proteus." Tight, but feasible, providing Stephen was a brisk walker." (329-30). James Joyce's Dublin 28-29.
At 16.450, DB Murphy will claim his ship arrived at 11am, seen also by SD: -- We come up this morning eleven o'clock. The threemaster Rosevean from Bridgwater with bricks. I shipped to get over. Paid off this afternoon. There's my discharge. See? D.B. Murphy, A.B.S.
11:10am p86 "Are we late? Mr Power asked. Ten minutes, Martin Cunningham said, looking at his watch."
11:20am p90: "Twenty past eleven. Up. Mrs Fleming is in to clean."
"After one. Timeball on the ballast office is down. Dunsink time." p147
"Now that I come to think of it, that ball falls at Greenwich time." p159 (so, after 12:35 or 1:35?)
1:55pm "Two. Pub clock five minutes fast." p164