Before I answer I just want to point out that when I was in high school (long ago) I was 5 foot 11 and weighed between 85 and 95lbs. Now I weigh between 180 and 190. I've tried a lot of things over the years. Some worked, some didn't. Bodyweight did.
As Mark Rippetoe says, training doesn't help you build muscle, recovering from training builds muscle. Starting strength is a barbell strength and mass program that is based on 3 sets of 5 reps at 3 exercises 3 days a week. Texas method is even more sparse, with one day at 5 sets of 5 reps of 3 exercises and one day of 1 set of 5 reps of 3 exercises per week. If you are really pushing yourself at your strength training, you will need a lot of time to recover.
This routine is probably a little light. You could do all four of those exercises on Monday Wednesday and Friday without difficulty to start with. You will eventually outgrow this routine, but there's a more advanced one, developed based on my experiences with Starting Strength and Texas Method in my answer to your previous question (I want to get ripped. Can bodyweight exercises do the job?) which will go a long ways towards helping you build muscle using bodyweight.
In particular I'd like to reiterate that you need to keep volume low and intensity high and maintain consistency over long periods of time. Another thing that I'll point out is that in order to build muscle, you'll need to be eating more. Adding large amounts of whole milk and eggs to your diet, and remembering the rule "meat with every meal" is a simple way to add sufficient protein.
Note that bodyweight routines will take longer to build muscle mass than barbell routines will. However, you can build a lot of muscle with body weight. It's time to just get started. I'd like to see your next question on bodyweight strength/convict conditioning be on a specific point that you're struggling to get past, instead of trying to make sure that it will work before you start.
And when in doubt, listen to Goku.