On the ship manifest he is listed as Andrija, Andro is a nickname, English is Andrew or Andy.The manifest shows his last residence as Lucija (Lucy in English)
There is a place near the coast called Lucija.But the issue here is that FILIPOVIC (translates to Pillipson in English) is a avery common name.
Here is the correct original spelling for SHIMACH... ŠIMAC, which would sound like sheemahts.
Here is the ship showing Josica SIMAC, with children Dragica 10(may be Caoroline in English), Stanko 7(Stanley) and Ivan 4 (John) Former residence Zelenje (but is more likely Jelenje)Destination to husband/father Michael Central Restaurant Aberdeen WA
Name: Josica Simac Arrival Date: 26 Sep 1906 Age: 32 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1874 Gender: Female Race: Croatian Port of Departure: Liverpool, England Ship Name: Ivernia Port of Arrival: Boston, Massachusetts Friend's Name: Micheal Simac Last Residence: Hungary
Josica actually shows up on another page of the manifest, but her name is crossed out (this happened sometimes) and her former residences shows as Jelenja.
Name: Lozica Simac Arrival Date: 26 Sep 1906 Age: 32 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1874 Gender: Female Race: Croatian Port of Departure: Liverpool, England Ship Name: Ivernia Port of Arrival: Boston, Massachusetts Friend's Name: Mibra Simac Last Residence: Austria
Both PERUŠIÆ and ŠIMAC are found in the current online phone book for Jelenje (translated means deer)
There is also a man on the same passenger list, Filip BRUSIC (line 3 on the second manifest) who came from Grobnik, near Jelenje, who listed Michael SIMAC as his destination.
And this looks like the family in the 1910 Aberdeen census! Wah actually shows Mike on the census and the last name is SHIMAC not Shimer and even though the wife is listed as Clara, the husband and 2 sons match
Wah Shimer 41 Clara Shimer 36 Stanley S Shimer 13 John T Shimer 9 Mary Shimer 2 Joe E Shimer 8/12  Tony Auton 31
Robert Jerin Croatian Heritage Museum Cleveland Ohio