Bill Turner (public servant)

Bill Turner
William Terry "Bill" Turner (1 December 188726 January 1959) was a senior Australian public servant.wikipedia
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Department of Trade and Customs (Australia)

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He was Comptroller-General of Customs between 1949 and 1952, heading the Department of Trade and Customs.
Bill Turner (1949–52); and

Departmental secretary

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He was Comptroller-General of Customs between 1949 and 1952, heading the Department of Trade and Customs.

Woolloomooloo

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Turner was born in Woolloomooloo, New South Wales on 1 December 1887.

Australian Public Service

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Turner joined the Commonwealth Public Service in 1905 in as a clerk in the Department of Trade and Customs.

Radiogram (device)

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More than 100 people attended, and Turner was presented with an Australian painting and a radiogram for his wife Annie.

Imperial Service Order

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Turner was made a companion of the Imperial Service Order in June 1953, in recognition of his public service as Comptroller-General of Customs.

Canberra

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William Turner

Bill Turner (public servant) (1887–1959), Australian public servant; Comptroller-General of Customs