Local residents photographed at the Arltunga Race Meeting (on 6 November 1913?). Back row, 1. Aboriginal man, 2. Lou Scharber, 3. Harry Lake, 4. Ben Webb, race starter, 5. Charlie Du Bois, race secretary, 6. Stanish O'Grady, Govt. Assayer, 7. Jim Turner, 8. Ben Wauckington, clerk of scales, 9. Possibly H. Hughes the handicapper, 10. Larry Rosenbaum (or Bill Gallagher), 11. Albert Wallace/Wallis (face turned), 12. Louis Bloomfield, 13. Matt Dowdy. Middle Row: 1. Fred Cavanaugh, 2. Alf Turner, 3. Frank McGowan, 4. Tom Cleary, 5. possibly Jimmy Meggins, 6. Fred Barrett. Front row: 1. Bruce Wallace, 2. young Aboriginal boy drowned at Atnarpa, 3. Jockey Jim, 4. Unknown Aboriginal young man, 5. Baden Bloomfield, 6. Police Tracker Bob, in uniform. See 'Advertiser' article 29 November 1913, page 17, column (d) : 'The Arltunga Meeting' which may relate to this occasion. According to a researcher, Standish O'Grady was the son of Michael Standish O'Grady who migrated from Ireland with his 49 year old mother and three brothers. They lived at Tothills Creek and had four blocks there of 250 acres total, approximately. Standish I think went to the School of Mines Adelaide and may have worked for the Northern Territory Government as well as an Assayer. He had a brother and lots of cousins. His father built the Carrieton Hotel. His mother died in Adelaide. Father Michael Standish is buried at Salisbury old resident's cemetery. According to a researcher, 'Man fifth from left back row is not Standish O'Grady. The man at the end of row is.'