The Cape Argus
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
The Cape Argus is a South African daily newspaper from Cape Town founded on 3 January 1857, by the partners Saul Solomon, journalist Richard William Murray ("Limner") and the MP Bryan Henry Darnell.
In 1928, the newspaper published 4 letters and 2 articles written by Arthur Conan Doyle while he was lecturing in Cape Town.
By Conan Doyle in The Cape Argus
- 17.11.1928 : In Touch with the Other World. When Spirits Intervene (article)
- 19.11.1928 : The Bible and Spiritualism. Dr. Conan Doyle's Rejoinder (letter)
- 26.11.1928 : Rev. Robert Whyte and Spiritualism. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Reply (letter)
- 03.12.1928 : Mediums and Prophets. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Rejoinder (letter)
- 10.12.1928 : Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Reply to Certain Criticisms (letter)
- 15.12.1928 : Conan Doyle and Houdini. The Facts about the Fairies (article)
- 12.11.1928 : Arrival of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Health and Lecture Tour of Africa
- 22.11.1928 : Life After Death in the Third Sphere
- 26.11.1928 : Spirits in the City Hall. Messages from the Other World
- 28.11.1928 : Spiritualism and Cigars. Sir Arthur's Questions to a Critic
- 01.12.1928 : Conan Doyle and Houdini: Could the Famous Magician Dematerialise Himself? (3 photos)