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Fight With A Burglar

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lhomas l'leming, ot J-yndon township, has filed a bilĂ­ in chancery through his attorney, Charles R. Whitman, asking for an injunction restraining Beeman & Rummel trom flooding seventy acres of his land with water. The bill sets forth that Orson Beeman and Jacob Rummel are owners of the Waterloo grist mili, which is situated on the creek flowing from the western outIet of Sugar Loaf lake, which stream flows across Flemings' land and near the center of his land widens out into a large pool or small lake, and then flows into a narrower form until it reaches the mili pond, that for several years Beeman & Rummel have maintained at the upper end of the mili pond a flood gate, which has caused the water to overflow seventy acres of Fleming's land, that besides rendering the land unfit for cultivation, the overflowing of it with water in June and July causes foul odors to arise. Mr. Fleming asks for an injunction restraining Beeman & Rummel from overflowing his land.


Ann Arbor Argus
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