PROGRAM OF THE BIG ‘TISER LUAU
Here is the program for the big luau at the Peninsula tomorrow. The ‘Tiser special train will leave the depot at 8:35 pronto. All employes of the Hawaiian Gazette Company please take notice and get there on time. What, ho, you luau.
Program for the day. Committees on picnic and luau, G. G. Boisse, chairman.
Luau and transportation, Charles S. Crane, S. P. Correa; games, C. S. Crane, E. Dekum, L. H. Mesick, Jack Densham, John Traut; dance, Paul Pereira; program and printing, L. H. Mesick, G. J. Boisse; official photographer, James Williams; Music, J. Kupau; refreshments, George Seyde.
Immediately upon arriving on the grounds there will be a match game of baseball between the following teams for a valuable trophy:
Hot Slugs—H. Chillingworth; p; L. Soares, c; Alfred Williams (captain), 1b; H. Williams, 2b; S. Saffery, ss; H. Herrick, 3b; James Ii, cf; F. Correa, 1f; G. J. Boisse, rf.
Substitutes—C. Estep, M. Guerrero, C. Lutz, A. Wolff, E. Souza, A. L. Eakin.
Wrong Fonts—J. Williams (captain), p; Che Bui Farm, c; Paul Pereira, 1b; L. Makanani, 2b; J. Kupau, ss; M. Pimenta, 3b; J. Pereira, cf; G. L. Samson, rf; G. Pereira, 1f.
Substitutes—E. Pihi, E. M. Thompson, Charles S. Crane, John Traut, S. P. Correa.
Jack Densham, umpire.
A. P. Taylor, official scorer.
After the baseball game the following games will be pulled off. Events are free for all. Valuable prizes for the winners:
- Girls’ race.
- Three-legged race.
- Fat men’s race.
- Fat women’s race.
- Men’s race, running backwards; 50 yards.
- Boys’ race, under 9 years.
- Girls’ race, under 9 years.
- Boys’ race, between 9 and 14 years.
- Boys’ race, over 14 years.
- Children’s races, boys and girls.
- Married men’s race.
- Married women’s race.
- Poi eating match for Hawaiians.
- Poi eating match for Haoles.
Intermission for luau.
After the luau there will be dancing in the pavilion.
Music by “The Park” Orchestra.
Train leaves the Peninsula for Honolulu at 4:20 p. m. sharp.
Menu of the Luau.
Amaama Lawalu—Mullet in Ti Leaves
Ula Koala—Broiled Lobster
Hee Maka—Raw Squid
Kamano Maka—Raw Salmon
Aku Maloo—Dried Aku
Opelu Maloo—Dried Opelu
Puaa Laulau Hoolua—Pig in Ti Leaves
Puaa Kaluapaa—Pig Roasted Underground
Poi Kalo—Taro Poi
Poi Ulu—Breadfruit Poi
Poi Uala—Sweet Potato Poi
Limu Eleele, Limu Kala, Limu Kohu—Sea Weeds
Kukui Inamona—Tuitui Salt
Maia Hawaii—Hawaiian Bananas
Wai Momona—Soda Water
[So many interesting things to be seen in this announcement.]
(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 9/24/1909, p. 3)