Thomas Joseph Carr, archbishop of Melbourne from 1886 to 1917, wearing a strange miter/cappa-combo.
Carr's predecessor, James Alipius Goold, bishop of Melbourne from 1848 to 1878, archbishop of Melbourne from 1874 to 1886. Supposedly bishop Goold, when he became old, did not only grow physically weak but also "difficult in temperament" (whatever that means). He certainly looks like a bish you don't wanna mess with.
Here's a nice one: James Moore, bishop of Ballarat from 1884 to 1904. Magnificent miter, great gloves, charming chasuble and miles of man-lace. Way to go, your Excellency!
Daniel Murphy, bishop of Hobart Town from 1866 to 1907. He was not only a popular shepherd but also an astronomer. He even addressed the Brisbane congress on the conservation of solar energy once. When he celebrated his golden jubilee as a priest in 1888 he was granted the title of archbishop honoris causa.
Laurence Bonaventure Sheil, bishop of Adelaide from 1866 to 1872.