|Other Names:||Rathlin (?-1901), Kilnyana (1901-?), Mandalay (1916-1979?)|
|Smith & Johnson [The partnership of Alfred Louis Smith (1830-1907) & Arthur Ebden Johnson(1823-1895)]|
|Owners:||Alfred Kirkpatrick (1882-?), Mrs E M Perkins (-1892), Southern insurance Co Ltd (-1901)|
|Occupants:||Alfred Kirkpatrick (1882-1885), Thomas Smith (1886-1887), Mrs E M Perkins (-1892), Mrs A W Fraser (-1901)|
|Description:||Large two storey Italianate villa of 10 main rooms with double height verandah facing the the sea.|
|History:||The site formed part of Crown Allotment 7 and was purchased by Alfred Kirkpatrick in ca. 1880. Smith & Johnson architects designed the house in 1882 which was named after the Queensland station on the Warrego River that Kirkrpatrick owned in partnership with Edward Quin.|
|Source||Description or [note]|
|1.||Argus 1880.10.29 p.2||Sale by Auction: This day at three o'clock on the ground, being subdivision of Crown Portion 7 into six valuable allotments. In the estate of the Late Thomas Jackson ... [description follows].|
|2.||Argus 1881.09.19 p.4||
Commercial Intelligence: Messrs Richard Gibson & Co report having sold, on account of Mr Mars Buckley, his Murweh Station, on the Warrego River, Queensland … Messrs Alfred Kirkpatrick and Edward Quin, of Wilcannia, being the purchasers.
|3.||Argus 1882.02.23 p.11||
Tenders: invited by the 27th inst. for erecting residence for A. Kirkpatrick, Esq, Esplanade, St Kilda. Smith and Johnson, architects, Market buildings.
|4.||Argus 1885.10.17 p.8||
To Let: Furnished or unfurnished, for one or two years, Murweh, Esplanade, St Kilda.
|5.||Argus 1892.03.23 p.2||
Sales by Auction: This day at twelve o'clock, Rathlin, formerly Murweh. [description follows]