Shetlopedia - The Shetland Encyclopaedia
- The French registered wooden hulled fishing lugger Jeune Albert (G278) wrecked in St. Ninian's Bay, Bigton. It is disputed in the available records whether this occured on the 23rd or 28th of the month.
The French registered St Jean, a wooden hulled sailing vessel, classified as a Destroyer, wrecked on or near Shetland.
The British registered wooden hulled sailing smack or sloop Brothers Gem wrecked at Aywick, East Yell.
The British registered wooden hulled fishing smack Shamrock (1902) sank approx 9 miles SE of Score Point, Bressay following a collision with the Great Yarmouth steam drifter Thirty-Two.
Andrew Smith, 77 Commercial Street, wins Sinclair's Beach case against Lerwick Harbour.
The Barbara Ann (BF1927), a zulu fishing vessel, of MacDuff, Scotland, wrecked near Baltasound, Unst.
MP Cathcart Wason announced his intention to withdraw from the Unionist Party.
Wooden fishing smack Brucklay Castle sank at a position approx 1 miles S of Bressay Lighthouse following a collision with the lugger Unity of Inverness.
Cathcart Wason notified his constituents that he had applied for the Chiltern Hundreds and requested their support to re-elect him as a Liberal.
Gilbert Bain Memorial Hospital opened.
Lerwick Central Public School opened, by Sir Henry Craik.