"and by the reverend Charles Malone C.C., in the church of the Three Patrons, Rathgar.: (U17.545
"Stephen (once) by the reverend Charles Malone, C.C., alone," (U17.546)
in the church of the Three Patrons, Rathgar." (U17.547)
"Did they find their educational careers similar?
Substituting Stephen for Bloom Stoom would have passed successively through a dame's school and the high school. Substituting Bloom for Stephen Blephen would have passed successively through the preparatory, junior, middle and senior grades of the intermediate" (U15.548)
"through the matriculation, first arts, second arts and arts degree courses of the royal university." (U17.553)
"What proofs did Bloom adduce to prove that his tendency was towards applied, rather than towards pure, science?
Certain possible inventions of which he had cogitated when reclining in a state of supine repletion to aid digestion, stimulated by his appreciation of the importance of inventions now common but once revolutionary, for example, the aeronautic parachute, the reflecting telescope, the spiral corkscrew, the safety pin, the mineral water siphon, the canal lock with winch and sluice, the suction pump." (17.561)
"Were these inventions principally intended for an improved scheme of kindergarten?
Yes, rendering obsolete popguns, elastic airbladders, games of hazard, catapults." (U17.569)
"They comprised astronomical kaleidoscopes exhibiting the twelve constellations of the zodiac from Aries to Pisces, miniature mechanical orreries, arithmetical gelatine lozenges, geometrical to correspond with zoological biscuits, globemap playing balls, historically costumed dolls." (U17.572)
"What also stimulated him in his cogitations?
The financial success achieved by Ephraim Marks and Charles A. James, the former by his 1d bazaar at 42 George's Street, South," (U17.576)
"the latter at his 6 1/2d shop and world's fancy fair and waxwork exhibition at 30 Henry Street, admission 2d, children 1d:" (U17.576)

This PC shows Henry street where the waxworks were located at No. 30. Curiously, we see at No. 37 the 'Original Pennybazaar' of E. Marks. It may be a branch opened later as Thom's 1904 lists Marks Pennybazaar only at 42 George's street.
"Such as?
K.11. Kino's 11/- Trousers.
House of Keys. Alexander J. Keyes." (U17.585)

(Image courtesy of the ZJJF)
"Such as not?
Look at this long candle. Calculate when it burns out and you receive gratis 1 pair of our special non-compo boots, guaranteed 1 candle power. Address: Barclay and Cook, 18 Talbot Street." (U17.588)

...or variations thereof.
"Bacilikil (Insect Powder).
Veribest (Boot Blacking).
Uwantit (Combined pocket twoblade penknife with corkscrew, nailfile and pipecleaner)." (U17.592)
"Manufactured by George Plumtree, 23 Merchants' quay, Dublin, put up in 4 oz pots, and inserted by Councillor Joseph P. Nannetti, M.P., Rotunda Ward, 19 Hardwicke street, under the obituary notices and anniversaries of deceases." (U17.600)

Merchant's quay is directly across the Four Courts and King's Inn quay. The tram on this SV advertises Denny's Limerick Bacon & Hams.
"Which example did he adduce to induce Stephen to deduce that originality, though producing its own reward, does not invariably conduce to success?
His own ideated and rejected project of an illuminated showcart, drawn by a beast of burden, in which two smartly dressed girls were to be seated engaged in writing." (U17.606)
"Wheels and hoofs. She hurries out. He comes from his dark corner. He seizes solitary paper. He holds it towards fire. Twilight. He reads. Solitary." (U17.615)
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