Green’s Dictionary of Slang

doughy n.1

1. (also doughey) a baker.

[UK]‘Jon Bee’ Dict. of the Turf, the Ring, the Chase, etc.
[UK] ‘A Blowen in a Alley Pigg’d’ in Comic Songster and Gentleman’s Private Cabinet 35: For Sal took to the sweep again, / Cause doughy had lost his member.
[Aus]Bell’s Life in Sydney 13 Sept. 3/1: An out-and-out, mill took place [...] between two Sydney Amateurs — a Baker and a Blacksmith — both well known to the Fancy. [...] Doughy appeared the bigger man, although there was but little difference in their respective weights.
[UK]Flash Dict. in Sinks of London Laid Open.
[UK]Kendal Mercury 3 Apr. 6/2: Billy [...] minds ye dosent blab to mother about Joey pricking the vicker for a dolphin (stealing bread from a basket) ven doughy (the baker) was piping (looking) through the glaze (window) at the pictures.
[UK]Paul Pry (London) 15 Aug. n.p.: Upper Crust the surly Doughey’s wife [...] not to think quite so much of herself, but to be civil to her customers.
[UK]Hotten Sl. Dict.
[UK]Sl. Dict.
[UK]J. Newman Scamping Tricks 90: But if you think I am a white-faced doughey [i.e. baker’s man] I am not, and you had better fetch a batch of dougheys and start them at work.
[Aus]Sun. Times (Perth) 5 Jan. 1/1: The civic boss had a severe tussle with the local baker [...] doughy subsequently danced on the bumptious Bumble’s bingey.

2. (Aus., also doughie) a cook.

[US]J. Greenway ‘Australian Cattle Lingo’ in AS XXXIII:3 165: doughie, sod maker, water burner n. A cook.