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Julius Montague (Monty) Woolf (1905–1948)

A man was killed instantly and another man received fatal injuries when the car in which they were passengers overturned three times after a glancing collision with another car in Sydney rd, Coburg, near Short's rd, on Saturday night.

The man killed instantly was Edward Hyndman, 31, Baxter st, Coburg.

Montague Julius Woolf, 43, Mayfield st, Coburg, died yesterday in Royal Melbourne Hospital.

George Everon, 26, Baxter st, Coburg, driver of the car was treated for head injuries.

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'Woolf, Julius Montague (Monty) (1905–1948)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 14 July 2024.

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Life Summary [details]


29 July, 1905
Maindample, Victoria, Australia


22 August, 1948 (aged 43)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Cause of Death

motor vehicle accident

Religious Influence

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