The left-handed batsman played a knock of 154 in the first Test and he followed it up with a score of 335 not out.
Hazlewood picked up the penultime wicket soon after the dinner break and Cummins finished off the match when he threw down the stumps at the non-striker's end to run out Mohammad Abbas.
At the dinner break in Adelaide, Pakistan were 229 for eight -- still needing to score another 58 to make the hosts bat again.
Lara, who was in Adelaide attending to some commercial engagements, said he was getting ready to meet Warner.
David Warner picks Rohit Sharma to break Lara's 400 not out Test record, recalls Virender Sehwag's encouragement
Lara's 400 not out is the highest individual score in Test cricket which came against England in 2004.
Warner had played an unbeaten knock of 335 runs against Pakistan in the ongoing day-night Test at Adelaide and was on course to break Lara's individual score of 400.
Skipper Tim Paine waved his players back into the pavilion at 589 for three ahead of the second day's dinner break with Warner on the 10th highest Test score ever, also a personal best.
Warner played an unbeaten knock of 335 against Pakistan on day two of the ongoing day-night Test at the Adelaide Oval.
Warner scored the triple ton against Pakistan on day two of the ongoing day-night Test at the Adelaide Oval.
The 33-year-old, playing in his 81st Test, began day two of the day-night second Test in Adelaide on 166 and wasted little time in racing to 200.
Warner was not out 166 and Labuschagne unbeaten on 126, following on from their 154 and 185 respectively in the first Test at Brisbane.
Warner plundered 154 in the opening Test at Brisbane last week -- his first Test century since a year-long ban for ball-tampering -- and he maintained that rich vein of home form.
Labuschagne who scored his maiden Test hundred in the first Test against Pakistan at Brisbane was seen using the 'light saber leave' during the first day of the second Test at Adelaide.
The hosts, who have been unbeaten so far in the five pink-ball Tests they have played, reached 70/1, losing Burns for four before rain once again came and umpires called for an early Tea.
Pakistan need to win to square the two-match series, but the odds are heavily stacked against them, having lost 13 consecutive Tests in Australia.