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In August he migrated to Victoria in the Whafparillawent to the Ovens goldfields and took up a claim on Woolshed Creek, but became mainly a buyer of gold and stream tin. Elected to the Municipal Council inhe was a partner in J. He then went to Forbes, New South Wales, and set up his own agency.
Late in Shackell transferred to Echuca, Victoria, buying valuable business property. Vigorous and ambitious, six months later he became clerk, valuer and treasurer to the Echuca Road Board later Shire Council.
He resigned as shire clerk in but was elected a councillor in and was president in his first year of office. As well, he was a councillor of the Borough of Echuca, serving as mayor in and as president of the Echuca Water Trust.
Tall, handsome and debonair in dress, Shackell dominated most aspects of local life. Successful in amateur theatricals, he also sang in concerts; he was president of the race club, a foundation member and later president of the football, cricket and rowing clubs, organizer of a young men's social club, patron of the horticultural society and the Australian Natives Club, and a committee-man of the Agricultural and Pastoral Society and of the Chamber of Commerce.Body Builder Fit Man To Dominate My Cute Ass
In with his brother-in-law, H. Littlewood, he purchased Madowla Park station, east of Echuca, and next year stood against Duncan Gillies for the seat of Rodney in the Legislative Assembly. Narrowly defeated he appealed, but a re-election secured Gillies's position.
Suffering heavy financial losses, Shackell sold his Madowla Park interest and concentrated on his agencies. In June he gave evidence to the royal commission into the progress of settlement under the Land Act ofdefending his dealings under the Act and refuting accusations that he had been a 'dummy-monger'.
In February Shackell Seeking somewhat not Francisco morato the seat of Rodney on the retirement of Sir Simon Fraser and in was a member of the royal commission into water-supply.
In he visited England and failed in launching a company looming develop by irrigation the Wharparilla estate near Echuca. Made a freeman of Bath, he returned to Victoria only six weeks before the elections in which he lost his seat to a local farmer, Timothy Murphy.
Appointed assignee of insolvent estates in Augusthe combined the post with mining and general agencies. A conservative free trader in politics and an Anglican, Shackell died at his home at Armadale on 25 Cmpany of debilitation caused by gout from which he had suffered for some twenty years. He was survived by his wife, four of their six sons and three of their four daughters.
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