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He was hopelessly old-fashioned and judging by the way he tried to throw his weight about he must have thought he was still in the Army. Frazer frankly admitted that he had refused to do any further work till Ratcliffe left but denied making any rude gesture. Wylie attributed the trouble largely to a clash of personality and outlook. He himself thought that Ratcliffe was a little conservative and perhaps too authoritarian. Nevertheless he felt that Frazer had been deliberately provocative and that he must support the foreman.
For some unknown reason Mackintosh had decided 'to chase' him on this voyage. He also stood by the statement he had made to Briggs that the Boatswain had called him 'an idle Irish bastard'. Peters suggested that his correct course of action should have been to report to the Deck Officer or the Shipboard Liaison Representative if he felt that he was being victimised by Mackintosh. O'Leary made no comment. Trying another tack, Peters asked if he had enjoyed a good leave between voyages. O'Leary said it had been all right.
He had asked O'Leary on one occasion what on earth was the matter with him and had received the reply, 'Nothing'. The Chief Officer asked if there were any domestic problems which might explain the alteration in behaviour- perhaps worries about money. The Boatswain replied that he knew nothing of the man's personal affairs and did not consider it part of his duties to 'wet-nurse' the crew. His job was to give orders and see that they were carried out promptly and efficiently. Asked how the matter had ended, Mackintosh said that he had sent O'Leary off duty and called over another seaman, Bill Cookson, to retie the lashings.