Frank Fewster Chamberlain opened his trading store in Riviera, a village north east of Pretoria. The store was located on a stream where ox-wagons trekking to the Lowveld and Mozambique would stop for watering and repairs. Uncle Frank's shop supplied produce and second-hand building materials to dairy farmers In the Moot valley. The earliest surviving document of the family business - a receipt for the first instalment on the property in Rietfontein, now Riviera, bought by Frank Fewster Chamberlain in December 1903.
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