The St Patrick's Cathedral bell was a gift of the St Pats branch of the Hibernian Society. It was cast to the order of Bishop Byrne by the firm of Matthew O'Byrne of Dublin and was consecrated on 17 June The bell was named 'Patrick'.
James Mark's original drawing of the front elevation of St Patrick's Cathedral.
Illuminated Addresses. When William Brennan was appointed Roman Catholic Bishop of Toowoomba, two illuminated addresses were presented to him, one from the priests the other from the people of the diocese. These exquisite paintings were the work of local artist Ralph Weppner and show St Patrick's Cathedral, symbolic grapes and wheat and Darling Downs scenes including Mt Tabletop. These addresses have been presented in the traditional scroll form mounted on leather.
Documentary evidence suggest the Murphy's Creek sandstone on St Patrick's Cathedral was cleaned and treated with silicone as part of the renovation. It was again cleaned and treated in