Green’s Dictionary of Slang

kidlywink n.

also kiddilywink, kiddleywink, kiddliwink

1. ‘a woman of unsteady habits’ (Hotten, 1864) [? link to W. Country dial. kiddleywink, an ale-house].

[UK]Hotten Sl. Dict.
[Aus]C. Crowe Aus. Sl. Dict. 41: Kidley-wink, [...] a woman of unsteady habits.

2. a small child [kid n.1 (1)].

[Aus]N. Keesing Lily on the Dustbin 48: A ‘kiddilywink’ or ‘pipsqueak’ must acquire the vocabularies of mum, dad and siblings, two pairs of grandparents, assorted uncles, aunts and cousins, baby-sitters, neighbours and above all of other children.