[Found under: “KA HUAKAI A KA MOIWAHINE KALELEONALANI NO ENELANI.”
There were tables as well with Hawaiian food: lehua poi, fish from the fishponds, fish from the sea and schooling at Pohukaina, that is Likelike street today. Kulolo was made skillfully in large bamboo internodes [punaohe], baked until done; While making kulolo in bamboo internodes comes from the kupuna of long time ago, it was beautiful; and thereafter, these kerosene cans of the new age came around that we see these day.
[The above is an excerpt of George Pooloa’s description of the celebration of the marriage of King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma.]
(Alakai o Hawaii, 1/23/1930, p. 2)