Christiania, June 24, 1917. The police on Saturday arrested a certain Baron von Rautenfels, who
declares that he was born in Finland, but is now a German subject, and
two Finlanders. At their lodgings and in the luggage of these persons
the police found nearly a ton of explosives of a very powerful variety.
Part of these explosives was made up to resemble coal briquettes, and
was all ready to be mixed with the coal in ships' bunkers. The baron's
luggage also contained cigarettes and tobacco mixed with carborundum,
which can be used to ruin engines or machinery. The baron and the other
arrested persons declare that the bombs and other explosives were to be
used in Finland.