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Arthur St. John Colliver enlisted from Ballarat East on 8th August 1917. He was 36 years old, unmarried and a horse driver. He had been born in Ballarat. He was posted to 29th Infantry Battalion, with Regimental No. 5006. He served for 625 days in Australia before he was embarked overseas. On the 30th September 1918 he was killed in action in the fighting near St. Quentin Canal. His name is recorded on the Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, France.
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