Shetlopedia - The Shetland Encyclopaedia
- The first introduction of the Blue Hare into Shetland.
- The Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fisherman first established the Fishermen's Mission in Shetland at the Old Tolbooth
- First motor garage in Shetland opens in Lerwick.
- The Drystad, in passage from Iceland to Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland was abandoned by her crew at an unspecified location near or on Shetland during or before 1907.
The Caspiana (A484), a steel hulled steam fishing trawler, of Aberdeen, Scotland drove against an unidentified pier in Lerwick Harbour and sank. All of the crew were saved.
Death in Lerwick of Robert P. Gilbertson, donor of the Gilbertson Park and the Peal of Bells for Lerwick Town Hall.
The Lerwick wooden fishing lugger Blossom sank near Score Point, Bressay following a collison with the Lerwick fishing lugger Maggie Helen.
The Marec (A148), an Aberdeen, Scotland owned and registered steel hulled steam fishing trawler grounded and was wrecked on Hoevdi Grund, Foula.
The Jean Baptiste, a French registered wooden hulled fishing sloop struck floating debris and sank at a position approx 6 miles SE of Foula.
The Hirondel (G 340), a French registered wooden hulled fishing lugger was wrecked in St Ninian's Bay, Bigton.
- The new Lerwick Fish Market opened.
The Parvaim (BF 403), a Portknockie, Banff, Scotland registered wooden hulled steam fishing drifter or trawler on a fishing trip out of Lerwick, foundered and sank following a collision with the Great Yarmouth, England steam herring drifter Twenty-Eight.
John Bruce, the eleventh Laird of Sumburgh, dies in Edinburgh.
Clousta Hotel burned down.
Author E. O'H. Milne was born.
Official opening of the Dunrossness Central Public Hall. Built at a cost of £370.