But it is half-past five, and I must go and take my cinchona bark.
It also includes the most useful teak as well as the rubber-tree and the cinchona.
Much of the land is cleared of forest trees and covered with tea-plants: cinchona also is cultivated, and with great success.
At Tji Wangi there were 500 acres laid down in coffee, and 300 in cinchona.
In some cinchona bark a system of lactiferous vessels is found between the liber and mesophlum.
The white flower is specially belonging to the cinchona 'rogo' of Apolo.
Finally, both coffee and cinchona are transported by coolies to the nearest railway station.
Quinine made from the bark of the cinchona tree is perhaps the most important.
The extract is astringent, and has been used in tanning, and as a substitute for cinchona bark.
Incidentally he introduced there the cultivation of cinchona.
cinchona cin·cho·na (sĭng-kō'nə, sĭn-chō'-)
Any of several trees and shrubs of the genus Cinchona, native chiefly to the Andes and cultivated for bark that yields the medicinal alkaloids quinine and quinidine.
The dried bark of any of these plants.