Jinaban was led forth from Palmer's house into the village square, and bound with his back to a coconut palm.
Seale (1901:54) writes that the starling nests in a hole in the dead trunk of the coconut palm and may lay three or four eggs.
Such is the saki or rice wine of the Japanese, the tuba or sap of the coconut palm of the Filipinos and the pulqu of the Mexicans.
Peters secured a single specimen from a coconut palm near Tela, in the same general region, on January 18, 1928.
These are only a few selected instances out of the innumerable uses of the coconut palm.
There are other trees that some like better, but I think the coconut palm is the most picturesque, the finest tree to plant.
Tuba is the fermented sap of the coconut palm, obtained by incisions made at the top of the tree.