There is no difference between Time and any of the three dimensions of Space except that our consciousness moves along it.
Back to the Present
His coat was dusty and dirty, and smeared with green down the sleeves; his hair disordered, as it seems to be grayer- either with dust and dirt or because its colour had actually faded. His face was ghastly pale; his chin had a brown cut on it- a cut half healed; his expression was haggard and drawn, as by intense suffering. Pg. 12
I am going to wash and dress, and then I'll come down and explain things.
Into the Future
Coming through the bushes by the White Sphinx were the heads and shoulders of men running....He was a slight creature-perhaps four feet high-clad in a purple tunic, girdled at the waist with a leather belt. Pg. 19
Did you come from the sun in a thunderstorm?
The Time Traveler invited people over for dinner at his house. At that dinner he brought up the concept of time travel. He shows the people there a model of the time machine that he had been working on. He tells them that he is going to try out the real time machine through experimental verification.
Buildings and Fruit
Fruit, by and by, was all their diet. These people of the remote future were strict vegetarians... Pg. 23
A week later, the Time Traveler's friends came over to dinner again. The Time Traveler is late and the guests start to speculate that the Time Traveler was traveling through time. He comes in and is very tired and haggard.
Don't Let Me Drown
The time machine lands in 802,000 A.D. The Time Traveler sees a white sphinx. He tries to communicate to the Eloi that he came from the past.
Meet the Morlocks
While bathing, Weena, an Eloi, begins to drown. The other Eloi do nothing to help her. The Time Traveler rushes to save her. From then on she follows him around and gives him flowers.
It happened that, as I was watching some of the little people bathing in a shallow, one of them was seized with cramp, and began drifting downstream....none made the slightest attempt to rescue the weakly-crying little thing that was drowning before their eyes. Pg. 35-36
And up the hill I thought I could see ghosts. Twice I fancied I saw a solitary white, ape-like creature running rather quickly up the hill, and once near the ruins I saw a leash of them carrying a dark body. Pg. 37