The stories are sort of amusing, but I have no inclination to read any more of them. They must have been pretty reactionary when written — now they are just quaint. I suspect that within half a century they will be completely unintelligible to anyone, with the possible exception of anthropologists studying the esoteric rituals and customs of upper-class England early in the 20th century.
Note (added April 1995): this review has prompted much dissent — there are a large number of Jeeves fans out there! I think I must have been in an odd mood when I wrote the review, since I have read more Jeeves stories since and didn't have nearly that negative a reaction to them.