"The proprieties in deportment, which concerts require, are little different from those which are recognized in every other assembly, or in public exhibitions, for concerts partake of the one and the other, according as they are public or private. In private concerts, the ladies occupy the front seats, and the gentlemen are generally in groups behind, or at the side of them. We should observe the most profound silence, and refrain from beating time, humming the airs, applauding, or making ridiculous gestures of admiration. It often happens that a dancing soiree succeeds a concert, and billets of invitation, distributed two or three days before hand should give notice of it to the persons invited." http://www.victoriaspast.com/TheBallroom/deportment_in_public_places.htm
And so, by god, he's not going to tolerate anyone coming into HIS house and having a gripe about this or about that, nosiree. Mind your manners, young man, or you will find yourself facing some serious deportment.
Just ask Scott Parkin, a US "peace activist" who was booted out of Australia without any explanation other than that he was a risk to Australia's national security. It's being blogged about all over the left side of Australian blogdom, so I won't go into details. But you really should take a look at this case, because it highlights where all the Patriot Act type of security measures are headed in Australia, America, Great Britain and other paranoid places.
Read all about it at:
http://smh.com.au/articles/2005/09/12/1126377249471.html (who is he?)