Some of the advice isn't so bad, when taken in a different tone. The person who stays at home should keep the place looking nice, and no one likes to be greeted at the door with a litany of complaints. But it should be framed more as a way of showing love and appreciation rather than subjection.
Though on the subject of wifely duties, my mother (born in 1946) thought it was her duty to be awake at all the times my father was, to keep him company or fix him a snack or what have you. When they married, my dad routinely slept 4 or fewer hours a night. After about a month of her exhausting herself, Dad finally got it through to her that if she wanted to "do her duty" by him, it meant getting all the sleep she needed and being happy and healthy.