From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
Cape Times is a South African daily newspaper from Cape Town founded in 1876 by then editor Frederick York St Leger. It was the first daily paper in southern Africa, and soon became one of the principal newspapers of the Cape. Modelled on The Times, its primary target was the poor working class, as it attempted to expose early government corruption.
In 1928, the newspaper published 7 letters written by Arthur Conan Doyle while he was lecturing in Cape Town.
By Conan Doyle in Cape Times
- 17.11.1928 : Does Spiritualism Really Matter? (letter)
- 21.11.1928 : Spiritualism is a Very Happy Creed (letter)
- 24.11.1928 : Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Reply. The Philosophy of Spiritualism (letter)
- 27.11.1928 : A Correction (letter)
- 27.11.1928 : Spiritualism and Suggestion (letter)
- 03.12.1928 : Spiritualism Exposed (letter)
- 05.12.1928 : Conan Doyle and Boer Monument (letter)
- 15.11.1928 : Detective Fiction. Conan Doyle on Random Topics