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The Cape Argus

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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, 2 articles and 1 poem written by Arthur Conan Doyle while he was lecturing in Cape Town.

By Conan Doyle in The Cape Argus


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