Friday, October 24, 2014

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editions: [1922] [html] [archv]
notes: [Th] [G&S] [Dent] [] [wbks] [rw] [images] [hyper]
Delaney: [0] Useen: [] [cp] maps: [Dilly] [Simon] [other] [*]


amid rumpled clothes: whites of eyes swooning up. His nostrils arched themselves for prey. Melting breast ointments (for him! for Raoul!). Armpits' oniony sweat. Fishgluey slime (her heaving embonpoint!). Feel! Press! Chrished! Sulphur dung of lions!

Young! Young!

pseudo-intrusion 10LB41:

An elderly female, no more young, left the building of the courts of chancery, king's bench, exchequer and common pleas, having heard in the lord chancellor's court the case in lunacy of Potterton, in the admiralty division the summons, exparte motion, of the owners of the Lady Cairns versus the owners of the barque Mona, in the court of appeal reservation of judgment in the case of Harvey versus the Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation.

'The Freeman's Journal for 16Jun04 reports, on p2 under "Law Intelligence... Law Notices This Day," that the lord chancellor, sitting in the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division "(Before the Registrar, 11:30 o'clock)," would hear among others "In Lunacy" the case of one "Potterton, of unsound mind, ex parte... Potterton, discharge queries, vouch account" (col. 4). "King's Bench Division - Admiralty - 1:30 o'clock - Ex Parte Motions. Summons - The Owners of the Lady Cairns v. the Owners of the barque Mona" (col. 5). "Yesterday, Court of Appeal," in column 1, contains the report of "LITIGATION ABOUT A POLICY. Re Arbitration between Havery and the Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation Limited - The Court reserved judgment."'

we heard her "rustling from the admiralty division of King's bench to the court of appeal" around 3:09 so this could be almost any time before we see her again from the cavalcade at 3:33
1909 map

Phlegmy coughs shook the air of the bookshop, bulging out the dingy curtains. The shopman's uncombed grey head came out and his unshaven reddened face, coughing. He raked his throat rudely, puked phlegm on the floor. He put his boot on what he had spat, wiping his sole along it and bent, showing a rawskinned crown, scantily haired.

Mr Bloom beheld it.

Mastering his troubled breath, he said:

— I'll take this one.

The shopman lifted eyes bleared with old rheum.

Sweets of Sin, he said, tapping on it. That's a good one.

(did Joyce look for porn here too, c18yo?)
very likely Bloom got his dirty postcards here

we next see Bloom at 31 Wellington quay as the cavalcade crosses Grattan bridge... possibly only a minute later? [map]


streetview now
1909 map
simultaneous with Dedalus kitchen

The lacquey by the door of Dillon's auctionrooms shook his handbell twice again and viewed himself in the chalked mirror of the cabinet.

Bloom saw Dilly here already two hours ago!

"chalked" (items for auction were labelled with chalk)

Dilly Dedalus, listening by the curbstone, heard the beats of the bell, the cries of the auctioneer within. Four and nine. Those lovely curtains. Five shillings. Cosy curtains. Selling new at two guineas. Any advance on five shillings? Going for five shillings.

p217 above: "Where's Dilly? --Gone to meet father" (he'll arrive momentarily)

if the curtains were Dedalus property, the money's going elsewhere.
"Those lovely curtains" must be Dilly's thought-- the auctioneer would say 'These'

intrusion-source 11DD7:

The lacquey lifted his handbell and shook it:
— Barang!

this bell intrudes at 4KB24 1.5 miles north "The lacquey rang his bell. —Barang!"
father conmee's ankles had also already intruded there, so this is after conmee gets off the tram.

pseudo-intrusion 11DD9:

Bang of the lastlap bell spurred the halfmile wheelmen to their sprint. J.A. Jackson, W.E. Wylie, A. Munro and H.T. Gahan, their stretched necks wagging, negotiated the curve by the College library.

streetview now, 1909 map

[info] ('handicap' means they had different distances to cover, 'sch' is scratch meaning no added handicap)
'Half-Mile Bicycle Handicap -
J.A. Jackson, 10 yds., 1;
W.H.T. Gahan, sch., 2
Also competed-
T. W. Fitzgerald, 30;
A. Henderson, 50.
Time 1 min. 16 secs.
Second heat -
W.E. Wylie, 20 yds., 1; [29yo in 1911]
A. Munro, 35 yds., 2.
Also competed -
T.C. Furlong, sch.
Won by three lengths.
Time, 1 min. 17 secs."

33yo lawyer in 1911
31yo priest in 1911
30yo priest in 1911




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