Brooklyn Eagle February 22, 1897 • Maspeth, L.I., February 22 ‒ Complaint has been made against Henry Bosse, the horse bologna man, to the Newtown board of health on account of the alleged unsanitary condition of his place. Bosse has been carrying on business in the town of Newtown for over six years and during that time the health board had received frequent complaints regarding him He declares that the present one is not well founded. At his hearing before the health authorities on the last complaint, Bosse testified that during his six years business in Newtown he had killed 25,000 horses.
Originally published in the June 2013 Juniper Berry Magazine
AMAZING STORIES: Killed 25,000 Horses
Brooklyn Eagle February 22, 1897
June 2013 Table of Contents
- Water Rate Increases and the Systematic Failure of Government
- Business Spotlight: Queens Optometric Eyecare
- New Business Spotlight: Walter's Delicatessen • Maspeth
- Juniper's Jewel: The Pullis Landmark
- Interview: BRIAN VICTOR
- Looking back to JPCA's roots
- Fr. Bob
- BERRY BOOK REVIEWS: African Wars ‒ A defense Intelligence Perspective AND An Age of Miracles
- Killy's Korner June 2013
- A look back at the Community Singers of Queens
- RED-TAILED HAWKS of Juniper Valley Park
- Neighborhood History: Hockey on Caldwell Ave.
- AMAZING STORIES: Killed 25,000 Horses
- Tony Avella: The People's Choice for Borough President
- Summer Allergy
- AMAZING STORIES: Mrs. Singer, of Newtown, Says She Slept Through a Murder
- Andrew LaSala Joins Crifasi
- Teacher Evaluations: The Scam of the Decade
- AMAZING STORIES: A Lady Instantly Killed Ushered into Eternity in Four Minutes by a Railroad Locomotive
- Crowley's Broken promises motivate Juniper Juniors in Clean Up
- AMAZING STORIES: Think Street Names a Joke
- Mr. NOISEE!
- Summer 2013 Juniper Valley Park Concert Series
- Residents Speak Out!
- For Sale: Flushing Meadows Parkland in Queens
- AMAZING STORIES: The Maspeth Murder
- JPCA's Holden to be Honored at Slocum Remembrance
- Recycling Expands
- 104th Pct: Crime Scene • Do Not Cross
- New O'Neill's Restaurant Opening Flag Day June 14th
- Welcome to the New Met Food Supermarket on Eliot Avenue
- Praying like it's 1962
- AMAZING STORIES: THREE MORE DEAD INFANTS
- AMAZING STORIES: A Mysterious Patient
- non-citizen voting
- The "Queen" of the Chain
- OP-ED: Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act (PPACA)
- The New York Connecting Railroad (NYCR): The Construction Phase
- AMAZING STORIES: Danger of Being Lynched
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