Mr. Merrill to Mr. Blaine.
Honolulu, August 29, 1889.
Sir: Referring to political affairs I have the honor to inform you that, since the episode of the 30th ultimo and the judicially defined power of the King and cabinet, referred to in my No. 257 of the 6th instant, peace has prevailed and the people have pursued their usual avocations undisturbed by disquieting rumors.
At the present time sixty-four persons have been arrested in connection with the insurrection, variously charged with treason and conspiracy.
The trial of the insurgents will occur at the regular term of the court in October next.
I have, etc.,