Expanding on @Amit's answer (https://superuser.com/a/1132659/955256) I found a way to do it in any font WITHOUT using the legacy console.
All you need to do is simply echo out the line with ALT-10 characters and then redirect it to
con and it will work!
For example, given:
(echo New-line detected rigghhhtt ◙^<--- HERE!) > CON
edit: Fun fact, it seems that you can put the redirection at the beginning like so:
> CON echo New-line detected rigghhhtt ◙^<--- HERE!
You will get an output of:
New-line detected rigghhhtt
(The surrounding parenthesis are optional.)
Here is a more robust example of what you can do with this AND carriage returns which now work, and completely independently!:
Best of all, this works if you redirect to a file as well!
> CON to