"They're hopeless. The older ones aren't much better. D'you see? All day I've beenworking with Simon. No one else. They're off bathing, or eating, or playing."
"All i'm saying is we've worked hard, that's all"
"We need shelters."
"Are you accusing--?"
Jack has been hunting for boars the whole day but with little success. But then Jack finally finds boar, but he misses the shot. This is important it shows that Jack puts hunting above doing anything else, like building shelters for the others.
When Jack returns to back to the home base he finds Ralph and Simon working on the huts. Ralph then tells Jack that only him and Simon have been working on the huts, as the other boys where either hunting or just playing around. This is important because it shows that the other boys just what have fun instead getting rescued or having basic needs.
Ralph and Jack then disagree on what the properties of the group should be. As Ralph whats to build the shelters and maintain the fire for rescue, but Jack whats to hunt and have fun with little care for rescue.The importance of this is that its hows jacks true nature, at being that he only whats to have fun.