Where an injunction is sought it is not sufficient merely to allege that the proposed act of the defendant will have an illegal result as against the claimant without putting before the court sufficient material to enable it to judge of that question for itself1. Where some degree of present nuisance exists, the court will take into account its probable continuance and increase, and its present existence raises a presumption of its continuance
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