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THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY.

COMPLIMENTARY CONVERSAZIONE. BRILLIANT GATHERING.

One of the most brilliant social events wit- nessed in Sydney was the "conversaziono" tendered by the laity of Sydney to the Hier- archy of Australia on last Monday evening in the Town Hall. It was estimated that not less than 1500 guests were present. Together with His Eminence the Cardinal, all the bishops, with exception of the Archbishops of Adelaide and Hobart, were at the social gathering, as

were also assembled on the occasion the Clergy attending the Plenary Synod, and a large num- ber of the Priests of the Archdiocese. The scene, on the arrival of His Excellency the Governor and the Hon. Margaret Brand, who were accompanied by Capt. Sloane Stanley and Lieutenant the Hon. F.W.S. Egerton,     A.D.C.'s, and the Hon. Gathorne-Hardy (private secretary), was decidedly picturesque and beautiful. The Vice Regal party was re       ceived at the main entrance by Sir P. A. Jen- nings, Sir W. P. Manning, Mr. T. Dalton,   M.L.C , Mr. John Hughes, M.L.C., Mr. R. E. O'Connor, M.L.C., and Mr. John Lane Mullins,     as representing the organising committee; and   Bishop Higgins, Monsignor O'Brien, and the Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran, as representing the   Cardinal. Tho vice-regal party were escorted to the dais erected under the southern gallery, Mr, Wiegand playing the National Anthem on the great organ. Close by the dais, waiting to receive them, were the Cardinal, the Chief Justice and Lady Darley, Major- General   Hutton, the Bishops and other prominent clergy, as well as other members of the organ- ising committee. Lady Hampdon was to have attended the conversazione, but was prevented doing so at the last moment owing to a slight indisposition. General regret was expressed  

at the absence of her Ladyship. A number of the guests were introduced to the Governor. The Hon. Margaret Brand was presented with a handsome bouquet on arrival, and Lady Dar- ley was also the recipient of another equally handsome. The promoters of this great social gathering were Sir P. A. Jennings, Sir Wm. P. Manning, Messrs. Thomas Dalton, M.L.C. George Day, M.L.C, C .G. Heydon, M.L.C, John Hughes, M.L.C., R. E. O'Connor, M.L.C, John T. Toohey, M.L.C, John Bridge, Clarence Bridge, Dr. John Donovan, Messrs. James Fitzpatrick, B.W. Foley, F. B. Freehill, James P. Garvan,   Valentine Heaton, P. R. Larkin, H. M. Makin- son, John Lane Mullins, Capt. T. O'SulIivan,   Messrs. R. Prendergast, Frank Punch, T. M. Slattery, John L. Watkins. On Mr. John Lane Mullins devolved the onerous duties of   secretary, and he discharged them with marked courtesy. The committee of organisation and manage menit received the warmest congratulations on the splendid success of their efforts. Every thing was perfect, the decorations, refresh- ments, and general arrangements meriting the highest praise. During the evening M. Wiegand played several selections on the grand organ, which wore much appreciated. His numbers included "Grand Marche Pontificale et Jubilaire dedie   a Sa Saintete Leon XIII.' (A. Wiegand), "Communion in G," (Ed. Batiste), "Selections         of Old Irish Melodies," Fantasia Operatic,"   "Faust" (Ch. Gounod), Improvisation of "Adeste Fideles," Idyll .No. 1, " The Storm"   (A. Wiegand), "Communion in F" (Jules Grison), Orizaba Gavotte (A. Wiegand), and "Coronation March" (Meyerbeer). The vice-   regal party left shortly before ten o'clock, but   the majority of the guests, including Cardinal   Moran and the bishops, remained until 10.30.   Sir Patrick Jennings, who has not been seen   in the social world for some time, was in full court costume, and was seated near the vice-   regal dais, where he was constantly surrounded by friends. Besides the visiting clergy and the clergy of   the archdiocese, the following is a complete   list of those who were invited to meet the Cardinal and the bishops, almost all of whom were present : — His Excellency the Admiral, Sir Joseph Abbott (Speaker of the Legislative Assembly) and Lady Abbott, Colonel and Mrs. Airey, the Misses Airey, Mr. and Mrs., John Armstrong, Miss Armstrong, Mr.   H. Austin, the Misses Austin, Mr. Harry Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Allen, Mrs. Acheson, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. A'Beckett, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Arnold, Mr.   and Mrs. J.S. Abraham, Consul-General for Costa   Rica, and Mrs. J. H. Amora, Consul for the Nether- lands (Alkemado, A. Van), Mr, and Mrs. S. Ackman, Mr. and Mrs. John Ahearn, Professor Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. J.Allison, Lady and Miss Allen, Mr. R.     Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen, Signor Anivitti, Mr. and Mrs. H.C.L. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. W.     Andrews, Miss Andrews, Dr. and Mrs. Atock, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Alpen, Captain Ash, R.N., Mr. and Mrs. A.. Ashdown, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Barton, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Betts, Miss Betts, the Consul for Denmark (Mr. Theodore Boeson), the Clerk of the Peace and Mrs. W. R. Beaver, the Chief Secretary and Mrs.Brunker,   Judge Backhouse and Mrs. Backhouse, the Under- secretary for Public Works and Mrs. Barling, Mr. and Mrs. C. Brandis, Clerk of the Executive Council, Mrs. Budge and Miss Budge, Mr. and Mrs. H.S.   Badgery, Dr. Bowker, M.L.C., and Mrs. Bowkcr, Mr. Alex Brown, M.L.C, and Mrs. Brown, Mrs. and Miss Le Gay Brereton, Mr. V. le Gay Brereton, Dr. and Mrs. Blaxland, Mrs. Bourke, M. and Mme. Blanc, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Aurdekin, Mr. and Mrs.

W.H. Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. John Bridge, Miss   Bridge, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Brindley, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Black, Consul- General for France (M. Biard d'Aunet), Consul for the United States, America (Colonel Bell), Rev. F. B. B. Boyce, Inspector and Mrs. Brennan, Miss Brennan, Mr. and Mrs. C. Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest   Bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Bridge, Miss Bridge,   Mr. Boyd, Mr. Norbert Bridge, Mr. Charles Burdsley, Mr. Frederick Burdsley, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bryen, Mr. G. Bryen, Mr. and Mrs. A. Balchin, Captain Birrell and Mrs. Birrell, Mr. and Mrs. F. H.   Barlow Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Barlow, Mr. W. Barlow     and Miss Barlow, Bishop of Bathurst (Rev. Dr.   Camidge), Bishop of Goulburn (Rev. Dr. Chalmers),   Bishop of Grafton and Armidale (Rev. Dr.     Green), Bishop of Newcastle (Rev. Dr. Stanton), Bishop of Riverina, Mr. and Mrs. Becret, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bacon, Mr.   and Mrs. W. F. Brennan, Mr. and Mrs. John Baxter,   the Misses Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Brient, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. John Blakeney, Professor and Mrs. Butler, Mr. H. E. Barff (Registrar of the University), Mr. Thomas Butler, Mr. and Mrs. G.J. Barry, Rev. Spry Bailey and Mrs. Bailey, Miss   Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Brown, Miss Brennan, Captain and Mrs. M. Boam, Dr. Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brunton, Mr. and Mrs. W. Brigs, Mr. E. W. S. Byrne, Master in Equity and Mrs. H.F. Barton, Mr.     Brophy, Mr. A. Boesen, captain and officers of H.M.S. Boomerang, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bastian, Miss Bastian, Mr. Joseph Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Brown, Mr. and. Mrs. A. Beaumont, Mrs. Boyle, Mr. and Mrs. J.   E. Bowes, Mrs. and Miss Benbow, Mr. A. C. Burke. Mr. and Mrs. A. Collingridge, Captain and Mrs.   Carvossa, Mrs, J.H. Carruthers (Minister for Lands),   Mr. J. Cook (Postmaster-General), Mr. Justice Cohen and Mrs. H. E. Cohen, Judge Coffey and Mrs. Coffey, Deputy Master of the Mint (Mr. Cameron), Crown Solicitor and Mrs. Colquhoun, Clerk of Parliaments and Mrs. J. J. Calvert, the Sheriff (Mr. Charles Cowper), Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clarke, Captain Charles, M.L.C, and Mrs. Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Copeland. Mr. W. R. Campbell and Mrs. Campbell,   Miss E. Cross and Mr. Edwin Cross, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Collins, Miss Cunningham, Mrs. F. Cape and Miss   Cape, Mr. C. S. Cape, Mrs. A. J. Cape, the Misses Cape, Mr. A. P. Clapin, Mrs. and Miss, Mr. R.   Cope, Miss Clifford, Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Christoe, Mrs. A. Chisholm and the Misses Chisholm, the Consul for Portugal and Mrs. Collum, Miss Campbell and Mr. C. Campbell, Mr. Edward Campbell, Mr. G. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. David Curtin, Mr. A. R. Coffey, Mr. F. Coffey, Dr. Cullen, M.L.C., and Mrs. Cullen, Mrs. and Miss Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Robert     Cameron, Rev. Joseph Campbell and Mrs. Campbell, the Misses Coveney, Miss Connolly, Mr. and Mrs.   George Collingridge, Mr. a.nd Mrs. A. Cummins, the Misses Cummins, Mr. M. P. Cummins, Mr. O. Creilly, Mr. and Mrs. George Crowley, Mr. and Mrs. John. Crowe, Mr. and Miss Clune, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coffee, Miss Coffee, Mr. W. P. Crick, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. M. Canty, Mr. Joseph Carlos, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cook, Mr. and. Mrs. W. Curnow. tho Misses Curnow, Professor Pitt Cobbett, Mr. E. E. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Coogan, Mr. P. Cantwell, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Cohen, Dr. and Mrs. Collingwood, Mrs. Coveney, Mrs. and Miss Cope, Mr. W. Cope, Mr. and Mrs. Casey, Miss Carroll, Miss Theodora Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. W. Cosgrove, Rev. J. E. Carruthers (presi dent of the Wesleyan Conference) and Mrs Carru- thers, Mr. and Mrs. Curtiu, Miss Cohen, Rev. F. Clement, Very Rev. Dean Cowper, Captain Castle, R.N., and Mrs. Castle, Alderman H. Chapman and Mrs. Chapman, Mr. M. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cowlishaw, Rev. W. Closs (chairman of the Con- gregational Union) and Mrs Closs, Mrs. and Miss. Campbell, Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Clune. M. de Montfort, Mrs. and Miss D'Apice, Mr. J. and Mr. W. D'Apice, Sir George and Lady Dibbs, Mr, D. Donnelly, Mrs. and Miss Duboise, Mr. F. Duboise. Dr. D'Englesqueteville, Dr. John Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Donovan, Mr. A.G, Donovan, Flag-Lieut.   Duff, R.N., Judge Docker and Mrs. Docker, Rev. A. B. Davis (the Jewish Rabbi), president of the Water and Sewerage Board and Mrs. Cecil Darley, Mr. H. C. Dangar, M.L.C., and Mrs. Dangar, Miss Dangar,     Captain Dangar, Mr. and Mrs. James Dalton, Miss Deane, Mr. Thomas Dalton, M.L.C, and Mrs. Dalton, Miss Dalton, Mr. T. Dalton, Mr. George Day, M.L.C.   and Mrs. Day, Mr. W. Dwyer, Mr. and Mrs. T. Dent, Mr. and Mrs. A. De Lissa, Mr. and Mrs. C, Delehery,

Mr. C. Delohery, Dekkar, Mr. J. A. Delaney, Miss Dickenson. Chief Commissioner for Railways and Mrs. Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, Mr. W. L.'and Mrs. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Edmunds, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, the Consul-General for Chili and Mrs. Eldred, Mr. Walter Edmunds, Mrs. Eves. Miss Egan. Judge Fitzhardingeand Mrs. Fit/Jmrdinge, Under secretary for Justice and Miss Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Freeman, the Inspector-General of Police and Mrs. Fosbery, the Commissioner for Bail ways and Mrs. Fehon, the Bev. John Ferguson and Mrs. FergusOn, Dr. and Mrs. Foreman. Mr. and Mrs. J'. W. Flood, Mr. and Mrs. AY. IVsq. Miss Fitzgerald. Mr. N, Fitzgerald and Mrs. FitzgwaM. Mr. Kdwavd Fitzgerald, Mr, '.Richard Fitzgerald, Mr. James Fit/ patrick, Mr. Thomas Fitzpatriek. Mr. a,nd Mrs. J. Flanagan, Miss Flanagan, Mr. a.nd Mrs. .1. A. Flynn, Consul for Belgium (M. Froment), Consul for Sweden and Norway (M. C. A. Faldstedt), Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Fallon, the Misses Fallon, Miss Fitzpatriek, Mr. and Mrs. I. Farrelly, Mr. A, Farelly, Mr. Flaxinan, Mr. R. Fowler and Mrs, Fowler, Miss Faiu'o.tt, iJr. find Mrs. F. Farnell, Mr. a.nd Mrs. H. A. !). Fit '/;h ardi n go, Mr. James Foley, Mr. A. Foley, Mr. Penis and Miss M. Foley, Miss Foley, Mr. and Mis. E. F. Flanagan, Judge Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Frcehill. Dr.' and Mrs. Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fairfax, Mr. and Mrs. ?W.Carl Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Foy, Mr. M. Fennessey, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fox, 'Miss Fox, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Foley, Mr. B. W. and Mrs. Foley, Mrs. M. Flemming, Mr.' J. W. Fletcher, the Misses Fitzpatriek, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. S. Feldwick, Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell French, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Fair fax, Captain and Mrs. Fisher, Miss Finn. Mr. Jacob Garrard (Minister for Public Instruc tion) and Mrs. Garrard, Mr. A . J. Gould (Minister for Justice) and. Mrs. Gould, Judge Gibson and Mrs. Gibson, Miss Granville, Mr. C. A. Goodchnp, M.L.C., Dr. Gamin (Vice-President of the Exe cutive Council) and Mrs. Garran, Miss Garran, Mr. E. B. Garran, Mr. and Mrs. Gill, 'Miss Gill, Mr. Arthur Galton, Mr. G. W. Gray and Mrs. Gray, Colonel Gordon, Mr. C. W. Gaden,'Mr. and Mrs. Cecil. Griffiths, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gordon, Captain and Mrs.jGreen, Mr. and iYTrs. E. A. Gadon, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gow, Mrs. and Miss Gerber, Mrs. Gilhooley, Mrs. James Guy and Miss Guy, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Guy, Mr. Philip Glenister and Miss Glonister, Mr. L. M. Goldrick, Misses Grainger, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Garvan, Miss Gar van, IVIr. J. J. Garvan, Mi1, and Mrs. Frank Gum mow, Professor Gurney and Mrs. Gurnoy, Mr. and Mrs. Neville Griffiths, Mr. A. W. Gilles and Miss Gilles, Captain and officers of H.M.S. Goldfinch, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Grierson, Dr. W. H. Goode, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gullet, Miss Gullett, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Giles. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hooben, Dr. S. H. Hughes, Mr. Secretary Hopkins and Mrs. Hopkins, TJnderSecre tary for Lands and Mrs. Houston, Ma.jor-Genoraland Mrs. Hutton, Captain and Mrs. Hixson., Surgeantat Arms (Mr. L. J. Harriett). Mr, James Hoskins, M.L.C., Engineer-in-Chief and Mrs. Hickson, Mr. F. T. Humphery, M.L C, and. Mrs. Hmuphery, Mr. S. H. Hyain, M L.C., and Mrs. Hyam, the Kev. Mr. Hartley and Mrs. .Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Harris, Miss Harris, Mr. C. G. Heydon, M.L.C., Mr. .John Hughes, M.L.C., and Mrs. Hughes, Dr. John Hay, Mr. 'and Miss .Hay. Mr. Alexander Hay, Mr. M. :H. Halligan, Mr. Samuel. Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hennessey, Mr. B. J. Hennessey, Mr. L. F. Hey don, M.L.C., and Mrs. Heydou. Mr. and Mrs (J. Hepburn, Mr. John Harnett and Miss Harnett, Mr. Joseph Hayos, Mr. Alfred Hayes and Miss Hayes, Mra. Hin ton, Mr. Alderman and Mrs. P. F. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes, Mr. John Hourigan, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hourigan, Mr. and Mir,, Henry Harris, Mrs. and Miss llordern, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hor dern, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel. Hordorn, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hordern, IVIr. and Mrs. .1. A, Hogue, Mr. W. H. Hinton and Mrs. Hinton, Mrs. E. Heaton, Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Heaton, Mr. and. Mrs. A. Hewlett, Mr. and Mrs. P. Hogan, Miss llogan, Dr. Hall, Mr. Livingstone Hopk ins and Miss Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hollingdale, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Holdsworth, Professor and Mrs. Has well, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hickey, Mr. and Mrs. James Horan, Mr. and Mrs. B. Hellicar, Mr. E. Heaton, Mr. V. Heaton, jun., Mr. Vincent Heafcon, Mr. Harry Hyndcs and Miss Hyndes, Mr. .John Bardie, Mr.' and Mrs. 1). Holland, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. lloaley, Lieut. Harvoy, R.N., and Mrs. Harvey, Miss Nellie Hill, Miss Hen nessey, Mr. Alderman John Harris and Miss Harris, Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan, Mrs. John Hogan. Mr. and Mrs. M. Hughes, Mr. J. J. Holland, Mr. W. H. Howard and Mr. Matthew Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Herring. Chairman of Committees Legislative Council, and Mrs. Jacob, Mr. Jitstice Innes and Lady Innes, .Miss limes, Sir P. A. Jennings .and Miss Jennings, Mr. find Mrs. G. Jarrett, Dr. E. H. Jones, Mr, Alderman John ston and Mrs. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Jarrett, Miss Jarrett, Mr. E. Johnson and Mr. II. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jaques, Mr. and. Mrs. L. 0. Russell- Jones, Mrs. H. Elsdale In skip, Dr. and Mrs. Sydney Jones, Miss A. Johnston e, Mrs. Josophson, Mr. and Mrs. :Whittingdale Johnsoji, the Misses Johnson, Mr. J. F. Jackson, Mr. J. F. Jennings, Mr. A. M. Jennings. Mr. Hubert Kelly and Mrs. Kelly, Miss Kite, Under-Secretary for Finance and Trade and Mrs. Kirkpatrick, Mr. P. G. King, M.L.C., and Mrs. King, Mr. H. E. Kater, M.L.C., and Mrs. Kater, Miss Kato'r, Dr., Mrs., and Miss Knaggy, Mr. L. Kelly, Mr. Ed ward Knox and Mrs. Knox, Mr. A. M'D. Kelly and Dr. W. M'D. Kelly, Mr. and Mr*. John Kirkpatrick, Mrs. and Miss King, Dr. Kearney, Mr. Mortimer Kelly. Mr. Louis Kahla, Mr. and Mrs. P. Kelly, Mrs. Keenan, Mr. Adrian Knox, M.P., Mr. Alex. Kethel,

M.L.C., and Mrs. Kethel, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. King, Mr. and Mdmo. Kellermanu, Miss Kidman, Herr Kretschmann, Mr. and Mrs. George Kiss, Mr. and Mrs. John Keane, Rev. Canon Kemmis and Mrs. Kemmis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerr, Rev. Principal Kinross, Dr. Kenna, M. Henri Kowalski, Mr. and Mrs. D. Kirkcaldie. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lin gen, Miss Lingen, Miss Long, President of the Legislative Council and Lady Lackey, Deputy Postmaster- General and Mrs. Lamb ton, the Mayor of Sydney and Mrs. Lees, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lyne, Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Henry Lenohan, Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd, Mi1, and .Mrs. G. C. Loughnan and the Misses Loughnan. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Louglinan, Mr. B. Laldley and Miss Laidlcy, Com mander Lindema.n, B.N., and Mrs. Liudeman, Miss Lindeman. Mrs. Lentaigne, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lees, Miss Lees, Dr. Ln.ii.gton,' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Littlo john, Miss Littlejohn, Mr. and Mrs. H. Leahy, Mr. John Leahy, Mr. and Mrs. F. Leverrier, Mr. Thomas Larkin, Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1L Linsley, Miss Lonergan, Mr., Mrs., and Miss Langtou, Mr. and Mrs. Tames Lonergan, Miss Lever rier, Mr. and Mrs. EdAvin Lumsdaino, Captain and Mrs. Le Piitourel, Professor Livorsidge, Mrs. L. W. Levy, Major and Mrs. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Lariun, Mr. Llewellen, Rev. J. H. La,ndau and Mrs. Landau, Bev. J. Lamont (Moderator of the Presby terian Assembly) and Mrs. Lament, Archdeacon Langley and Mrs. La.ngley, Dr. and Mine. Lauro, Mr. 'and Mrs. H. IT. Lewis. Dr.. Milford and Mrs. Milford, Mr. and. Mrs. J. H. P. Murray, Judge Murray and Mrs. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meiwethc'r. Mr. and Mrs. John Mason, the Misses Mason, Mr. S., Mr. N., and Mr. J. N. Mason, Mr. Justice Manning and Mrs. Manning, Miss Manning, Under-Secretary for Public Instruc tion and Mrs) Maynard, Usher of the Black Bod and Mrs. Mowle, Mr. Henry Mort, M.L.C., and Mrs. Mort, Lady Macleay, Mr. Henry Moses, M.L.C., and Mrs. Moses, Miss Moses, Mr. H. Moses, Mr. and Mrs. John Meagher, Mr. Maxwell, Mrs. A. H. Maxwell and Mr. H. F. Maxwell, Dr. and Mrs. G. Lane Mullins, Mr. T. L. Mnllins, Dr. C. H. Malier and Miss Ma.her, Sir W. P. and. Lady Manning, the Misses Manning, Mr. \V. E. Manning, Mr. Thomas Maguey and Mr. I.I. A. Magney, Miss Clara Manning, Inspector-General of the' Insane (Dr. F. Norton Manning), Mi. and Mrs. J. A. Moore, Mrs. Mooney, Miss Madden, Consul for Austro-Hungary and Mrs. IVIergoll, Mr. George Maiden, Mr. Joseph Maries and Mr. Joseph Marks, jun., Mr. Thomas Mitchell, Mr. Charles Miller, Mr. and Mrs. P. Mitchell, Mr. Thomas Meagher, Mr. James Meagher, Mr. Miles Murphy, Mr. W. J. G. Mann, Mr. Andrew Moore, Mr. ami Mrs. John. Lane Mullins, Mr. and Mrs. Laidley Mort, Ma., and Mrs. H. Edwin Moore, Miss Makinson, Mr. and Mrs. A. it. Minter, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Macnash, Miss Marouey, Mr. and Mrs. .11. M. Makinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jainos Moors, B-ov. H, Wallaoo Mort and Mrs. Mort, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mjiclcon, Mr. and Mrs. P. H Moreton, Mr. and Mrs. I). F. Ma.rlca, Ca,ptain and Mis. Moseley, Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mathias, Mr. and Mrs. i-J. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. John Moil Ion, Mr. George Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mullaney, Cap tain 'and Officers of H.M.S. Mildura, Mr. Sydney Afoss and Miss Moss, Mr. E. D. Moll'att, Dr. and Mrs. Mills, Mr. Bayly Macarthur, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. M/Shane, Chairman of Comniittees Legishi,tive Assembly and Mrs. M'Courfc, Mr. and. Mrs. W. M'Millan,Dr. Mao ke liar, M L.C., and Mrs. Ma,ckelhir, Dr. iVIacLaurin, M. L.C., a,nd Mrs. MacLaurin, Mrs. and Miss Mackenzie, Dr. lM'Douall, Miss IM.'Cii.rtliy and Miss ]\l. M'C'arthy, Mrs. and Miss Maca/llnni, Mrs MacNiib and the Misses MacNab, Mr. Douglas Mackenzie, Mr. and Mrs. James M'Sharry, Dr. find Mrs. S. Maguiro, Miss M'Grath and Mr. T. Mi'd-rath, Mr and Mrs. Bernard . M'Bride, Mr., Mrs. and Miss M'DonaL.1, Mr. and Mrs. MacDermott, Mihh MacDer mott, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M'Novin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M'Donoll, Mr. and Mrs. Iliigli M'Lachlan, Mr. A. M'Kvilly and Mr. N. M.'Evilly, Mr. W. M'lntyro, Mr. M'lhirnoy, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.'Doriakl. Mr and Mrs. W. H. M'llngh., Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M'Inorney, Mr. and Mrs.' M'Manus, Mr. John. M'Elhoiie and Miss M.'Elhono, Dr. M'Kay, Mr. Arthur M/ Donald and. Miss M'Domild, Mr. and Mirs. William M'Leod, Dr. Charles McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. John M.'Evoy, Mr. F. S. MacDermott and Miss Ma-cDermott, Mr. and Mrs. P. MacMahon, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Macnaniarn., Mr. and Mrs. Frank M'Donakl, Colonel and Mrs. Douglas Mackenzie, Miss Mackormo, Dr. M'Donagh and MissM'Donagh, Mr. and Mrs. A. .11. MacvVrtlVur, Professor and Mrs. MacCalhim, Miss MaoDonald, Dr. and Mrs. MacCormick, Mr. and Mrs. A. Maguire, Mr. and Mrs. 'William M.'Quade. Dr. Norton, M.L.C., and Mrs. Norton, Mr., Mrs., and. Miss Norris, Miss Nugent, Dr. and Mrs. New march. 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