Hospital Presentations.-Three pre- sentations of gifts were made to the General Hospital on August 31. On behalf of the Caffey group, in the Tent Hill district, Messrs. Bauer and Keen presented the hospital with a bed and invalid's chair. The Toowoomba Motor Cycle Club presented the institution with a wireless set, to be called the William Nairn Memorial, in memory of the late William Nairn, who was killed in an accident while motoring on a racing track. Mr. George Cos- sart, chairman of the board, accepted both gifts on behalf of the board. Mr. Cossart then presented the Mothers' Hospital with an obstetric bed, which was accepted by Mr. R. Turnbull on behalf of the institution.